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!Trrtr. Boston Trade Sales. Sickles.
Aslor Library. Public jSfc' iJL
Europe. si German Jlivefxed
l 1 1 i . I. V ' .. 1 1 v. v--J .i v ' . . .....
xto; o tai.ii.' 1 c-
of war give us no
Simp- to gratify a bloody
. - 1 . . -. . . 4V.ii,. nun
them forHhe worse.
Pone's dominions are
1 ri the pi
- til, 1 nf mo1(l In .
indications of peace. If NapohVL "5n no t nd
000 widows Napoleon the d M made .?P'001,I.!
in both cases f-.-r what ?
aiiiDiiioii aim a suini'iue tiimuT-. , j
and my wife my son John anc-
V"ore A3 VPjtCed results-they
have all been" a mere change ot w'""" ""V VT -ii
iser.i war, w line iuv
"i sword in the
. 1 I nil' I tit V (MILL 1A& tl
one place, Hi v are severeo. uy - - ,i..ir,r."
,....t 'i . .. ,...i;.r, Vil'ity and toleration
a e the "t&rds le Lcd the Ipeaxe
alternately intereseed, and big ftss and
are said and sunS at the rutLf d sav -age des
truction of both their follower.--U hlle t Pr,?n
, , .i . And a bavonet run
through his body, the priest
.-. ,.i . . ill, irt
Peace on earth'.! Oood will 4 mcl?.!"
mockery of humanity, justice! d religion! But
cnouch for the present ! . w
The Jioston Trade Sales haA 1 Ocen unu.ua iijnn,,,
amounting to over two milli The attendance
from all sections was large, arAffi'C average prices
It was hoped that the "SiclNS- tragcuy
had ended hut it is aUrcviv 7 "V1
ta lus wile ; wiui
failnre of Napoleon to fulhl his oiT
soleinn promises to Italy. " ;
: Switzerland liad oxiesrib
Prussia had ordered herti;oQs '
Death cf the Kins of fSv7aden.
Tl.ft Africa brings tie ixews of the death of
:ktellites of a mon-
loil in the highest !
did" not tro to Knrope
:e is now
-tint w V1-
i... :. ... i:. : T tvPKnme viiui. m-iuici
i i i .. ; wt t-i.".ir:i. larce uiw"
tu a ftii. t .vnrv n nnleiit and mapmi nccnt
. . i iwi r., a, .J-aland fifty inheiht
witn uucierii ani.
ti-w or n ri;nt (luri""
iloscrted exceitt from 10 A. J
its ponderous doors turn upon thrir
few old fogies
modern love, ' tlBiti itc a nion..-
flun-j-eon dvrK, gloomy, iui ",
rf".o 2 r. ji. wnen
hinjrep, and a
tlWUl.T I'll II Uk." J
and uouty favor tci enter as sparsely
c ve-Voinz to a funeral.
way he intended ins
Iwa's a greater fool
week, and the
of the Normal
feral grand speecn-
ion of bouquets
owcrea upon tne
mid solemn rs thonah thev w"
I'oor Mr Astor ! If that is th
money to rust and corrode, h
than lie ought to h-ve been !
The public schools all cdose
1'ree Academy exercises and '
Schools havejnsi terminated ii
os, magnificent hoops, and a p
lt got up for the oecM-ion" anc
i.',;t ., i ,t, li ( ;mif to tl
'-(loin- to K-.ro,f!" Yes, -Wry Uttle spouting
"pewter mu-- p-.hiician wha-.Wrts to r.e a ponce
j,,sti e or citV iud-ve, after spc Ug a g f- r
i:.- :.. r.a n , 'iArOmC With hlS 01)1-
c i.il duties, tl.a: a trip across iAtlanti
absolutely necessary to recrui h- ealth
, . ;,, thft T:im the
"Whang-Ioodl." leaves in the nt- tlltcamer for Europe,
he will so. r.d soiue months oi"Wie couuiicui
: .1. . ,..,. nf th never reiurnea
HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM EUROPE;
Peace Concludt'd !
INTERVIEW BETWEEN THE TWO
Farther Poist, July 24. The steamship North
Briton passed up to-day. Her dates are to Saturday,
the 16th, and three days later than any previously
Peac had been concluded between France and
Alrhere is to be an Italian Confederation under the
Honorary Presidency of the Pope of Rome.
Austria conceaes j-emoaiu
Napoieon gives lxunoaray vo oaruuna.
Austria preserves Venice,
The steamer left before the e ffect of this news had
been fully developed.
The Paris Moriitcur explains the circumstance at-
tKo rrpnt neutral powers oi ,
Europe exchanged communications with the. belhg
erents, offering mediation, but unsuccessfully, until
the French Fleet was about to attack enice, and
the conflict before Verona became imminent.
Napoleon anxiotts to pt-vent Keodshed, ascer-ai-ned
the disposition of the Emperor of Austria,
ami-finding him willing, an. Armistfce was effected.
Th two Emrors had a 13 internet en on-
dav -he 11th inst., at Villa Trance.
Cyrus AV. Fieltl, of Atlantic Cabio celebrity, came
apaisen-er on the North' Briton having accom
plished the object of his mission to Engnd.
The Anglo Saxton arrived out on the 11th,
Fuom Turis. Napoleon has Issued a bulletin
..,. ,rmmmciti(r the armistice, and
Ii Ulil iin-giu, 0
l; troons on their glorious
ments. , , ,
He announces alao his immediate departure
P,r; innvinT the Provisional Command of
' i o
Army to Marshal altiant.
The London Times claims that England brought
about the Armistice. Other authorities give the
credit to Prussia. -
From Verona. A telegram says that the Armis
tice was only concluded after repeated requests from
the French, "and after Austria had 'all she wanted.
It was reported thaf Kossuth was to propose a
the march to halt. - "
The House of Commons had f
readih" the bill abolishing hur.c
263 to 193. " I
Both houses had discussed the V.
In the Commons, Russell . said P-
known of the details of the treaty ?
returned to Paris, which would . be s
Sir Russell said that . France- Jul
traordi n ary p r e p ar ation s , - aad ; tker.
demanded no esnianaxion. -
Meeting cf the Stockholders cf the Bank j
"i,n!ftiiiw;Biitifef Xorth ! Oscar- I,
" L. ... :r i 4 '..t anA V. sixtieth anniversary
- rt - l .f. V 1 . , T IT t .lllll r :1 I k
ooni on i,ne iu ui uui, i. i ."
TT;r,nf SwtKlen "tintl Xorwav;S?'l MS
Ul LI HI .5
j July, a few days after the King hafl passed ttie
I sixtieth anniversary of his birthday., lie was
Later from CalifornL
... . ;; New :Yo:
. Arrival of the Mioses Taylor. r
lor has arrived with the California 5Iu
sengers, which left San Francisoo .on! ,
brings 2,100,000 in specie. - J-U
The frigate Roanoke was'-at:-Asp55r
was much excitement on the Isthmus i
of the discovery of a large quantity f;
X.-c. in the Indian jrraves in the Chiri.
'vTsmr hundred ncrsons ' liad cone d
J . . . , T
and sereral thousand collars worta iia.
Panama. ' " - V .-",5-
" , The 'jipg7if.&bU0 .
! The following is the vote, tor. which
.? I M aine
8 New Harapclifir A
15 1 Massacbusetts '
10 I Rhode Island .
Ir-B. , Freeman, Esq appointed secretary, Kemp i
; i" ,Bittte, Iq ., assistant secretary. The t
Stockholders were in" session two days. On ,
jTiiHrsdjy'the foltowini? geutleiaen were elected
-H5irfcCiorsviz ; Ueo: W, Mordecai, Esq., lion.
. KGeo E. Badger, lion. John II. liryan, iiou.
M. " Barringer, 13.,- F. Moore, li.q : lion.
Ckarles Manly, Kemp P. Battle and J. - '.
Watson, Esq. Directors on the part o! the
Slatc-U. W. Coarts, Esq., Public Treasurer,
awi W.R- Paole, Esq. The looii
C liQ Tote in fall for Directors : t
tUe New York Day "Book V the only issue of the
rnarriasre of 2s" auoleon's Marshal, Buruudotttv
with Desiree Clary, daughter of a ruerch.ant,of
Marseilles, whose eldest sister married Joseph
Bonaparte. When Marshal Berimdutte-was
elected Crown of Sweden; Oscar was taken
from the military lyeenm in Paris, and removed
to Sweden, where lie received the titla-of Dnke
of Snt.dermania.' . Charles III. died in 1S18,
Be'-nadotie ascended the throne. Oscar
f ine, at
1. W, Mordeel
0 1 1.: lias. Jiamjr ,
George R iiaJger.
D. Mi Tar ringer,
B. F. Moore,
J-V. V' .
rIC. P. Kjti0,
"jj. Y.V. Watson,
will be entitled at the next ires
. 277 'J
" '70-J: i
G. If. Wilder,
C- H. Harrison,
V. Ii. McKee,
VV". 11. Tucker,
II. W. Montague.,
Wm. boy lan,
AlfVel..Toiies. ' t
received a titronzh military 'during his fathers
reign. In 1S17 h,o married Josephine, daught
er of Eugene Beauharnois, and grand-daughter
of th.e Empress Josephine. ' He became King
in ISli, on the death of his father. His gov
ernment has generally been marked with liber
ality and justice, lie leaves behind four sons
and two daughters.
t on :-
North Carol" na
New York - ,
Ohio- - ;
Illinois , .
Necessary to a choice,
Branches of the nev.vBank were directed to.
44P4tatttlSt!ed ' at W ihuington, I aye! tevne,
Tarboro', Windsor, .Mil ton, Charlotte, and
J- The- -raeetinir of the stockholders adjourned
and Madame Goldscljmidt (Jenny Lind)
i CrJut-ert ju England & -short ' time since,
the benefit of the r iirlft-n-gale i uutr, which
The Board ol Director
:il, ii oul'l
tu-es of mini
ti?hc moon or mother countr 1
.'.'i k iMiIii'iillhv here. ' T
f-warioed and g..ne t- .1 ones' A
number are hived daily. The.
laxation itist now, and are for!
than seven gallons of lager eac t
women allowed to i'.'.l to the e:
We bad last we ek, three re t
etcr from '.JO t '.(', which en
and brilliant thunder storm, '
damage, but eooied the bre
atm'isphere now for a week.
for b'ir country.
l,r( Iritis, in on
Mkhms K;!Toi:s :
5 nt o a eon' i'over-v
the eanvar-'s ii..-.v yiomg on in ti:
: i'.::;al li'iiiwi . l-Mwi-i-n (lov.
is!el)nfii". So far as 1 know.
-T liave no
. itli any
! iVi'Tidhip wii
. Kivself. to av
i - to oil ro.lvi:'-
ler to go
catch their breath
e. Germans have
Is, v.here a large
one week's re-
ifiden to drink more
tlda v, per man. The
iit"of their hoops.
k days, tUermom
wli" -i did much
. n t ielt us a - line
"josition to ho drrwn
o lu conni.-ct ion with
district for f'ongres
iaflow and Col. M. J
atti on' terms of per
etifn, and do not in-
t Q,r f hLIUrU. UtUiitS.
L fWWi r. lias oeen -pi'p
monarchical government lor Hungary. T arrrrreo-.ate yote is 308, necessary t
The following is the telegram oi apoieoxi tu u- ? "In 0l.der to elect the next Pn'
geme, announemg peace Democracy must carry all thash
. ,' ll i., nf tri:. and mvseif ! StntP inrdndiiur Maryland." and the StatesJ
siirneu oetweeu inn vri v. ... 0 - , . ,
o,T the fi.llowina basis: Indiana. Illinois, California, aud Oregon
n Italian Confederacy is formed, under the lion-, Transa3 shalt be admitted at the ncs.t sessiei
orarv Presidency of the Pope of Rome. .Us she will nrobably be, blaek-repivblieatv e"
The Emperor of Austria concedes his rights m above named free States will not eleCf th
Lombardy to Uie Emperor ot the rencn, wno u an,- candidnte. The - table': aboye' wi
fThe Venice, but show the democratic reader what is. to be don
.,. SI 't navt cf the Italian Confed- h, order to carry the next Presidential electiot
,:; 1 I M.itdi will be attained by democratic union
The despatch was bulletined at Paris on toe lth, anij something gained by opposition, division
v, hen French funds rose 2 h per cent. . dissensions. At oresent, the democratic pro?
The news di.l not transpire at London uinil ader apncars fu;r. Dcm. (N:H.) Standard
- i i i . 'm.cMc loit. sales were I r v i - n . -
; the oiu. iai eioMug nuui i - - -
v i. i . oi'.i din tkh dnvimr the uav tic-1 - - -
iiuiuius iu,m, a, .uj - - o - T'.nirp J.ur..-An pm foment was created u
1I!g4. uioui V .'"r of thotroatv. town la.t Thursday afternoon by the announce
I :um I'tZ ( U,W are I mPnt. about o'clock, that all the prisoners cou
says toe nrt i oPe a --y "'. f m- j . no,mtv Jal had esCaped ! T'uer wen
I r A.oiro1 nTif T : H. I'KibtJI V n in vij- jj"--- - j .
ii I UrlV Utt.LM.u, all, w , ' . .n x - .
Nap-ofeon to a strict account for having maao war (
on false pretenses, and signed a mock, selhsh ireaty
of lence, that leaves Austria ? mpr cgnabl.y Jo ttitied
in the heart of Northern Italy and commits Central
Italy to the patronacc of Pope Pius IX.
The News continues, the more closely we exam
ine the pretended pacification, thc more ftitne and
inkjuitous -does it appear, . ,
The Morning Post" contends that th.e Pope is de
prived of the substance, but keeps the shauow ot
Tl-.e London Times siivs France has spent 50,000,-
noit wn,Ti,k ctorline. and saevinoeU the lives oiny-y una wua -Bgwii
,i'Ji t.'f.hc--Wrvficwer 'iTT t!e 'army, otily to ; po.e of cr'frVing up water,
.... T " 1. A- ... r. .1 nctVl-in
f. Ml:lTl. n I !CM 111 nil 'ese lliLeie..i eii .m 1.1...
on Thursdn v evening.
met On yesterday.
? At the meeting of the Directors yesterday
Geo. W. Mordecaf, Esq , was elected President,
and Charles Dewey, Esq , Cashier
selections could not have been made,
v -We are indebted to the kindness of E. B.
Freeman, Esq., the Secretary of the meeting,
for -the above synopsis of the proceedings.
realized some two thousand pounds Lately
there was a meeting at the Mansion House at
which the Lord' Mayor presided the ol.ject of
which was to n'vscnt them with a cony in mar-
hie of Durham's
bust of the Qiu-eu, as a mark
of the regard and admiration of those interest
ed in the unpei taking. M. Otto Goldsehmidt
acknowledged the present in feehng and im
pressive terms, and said he and his wife would
receive the bust in their new home as one of its
Better penatc, and that the gift vvonid be preserved
by their children ana taeir children s chiiarcii.
f kit Ii: 5
Ur .l I
! aJ fb.-- I 1
i the thi J Ld I
' . II t
1 ..it- r
I me ot 1 1
! ored rj j
Ket h,l i
: Doi.i. vl 1 1
1 l -in ' ata
ST"-! vntevillc &
v V IT A h Ji . V .
FflNG of lids
at Fayotleville on jg ,
EM , i,v tne dav or uyr
SIX W AUU,S.
t- .1 rr':
1 vvi.. vj
Lsl & COOK.
" was -NaU:a. v..rdell, who
.. - nil 1 l 11 -
.f.i' u- vnliuOd
c o 1
llaadifcother one as,it-,h John sasse..
jlusGaty nnd olc'tatue and reprcsenu-i
I!!"-! li:-'4 '7, l r said Nalhaa
1 .whOiViU apV-UL' Jnlt nll loth o a w-
hmvVife. andcouhnct. n ,.v t ,v.-j
Uiu Ii ill pay a-'-vriL 1 11 t 'MA-
t-.i n -
t..J.', . i 1.., ,",...(:SVl"l a
! I.N 1JT,V iOj 1. - . ..VI
- -' ....-.-T,I.'.1..A1
I HSU A I) !- i V 1 VSPIJKTB
..Iii4 oaii.ag o. -
I'- - t
1 . . . .-.1 '
no'ionrer aSLOiJisiics, auu
,iv ... .
the - clumsy inferiority
from whom such
of(;i. m dh-i:;.-
aim :is inir "
1 i . . ; ' ' . 1 1 1 i ) ; : a .
fir Id 1 1 : ti: a i;!!! ii
candidal..' lor ( J 1
aveaiioa. if tie' 1
u ail..' at till" sa.U'
.a a; ail a;s 1:
vr: 1 in
four in all Newton i loycl, unaer mitnco t
death for murder in Gaston county," and two. other
white men, Walls and Stockton, and a free .negro,'
confined for stealing. It seems that v alls suc
,..e iled in p-ettinsr tins bolt from the Iodic of his own
itoor. bv- reachini? his arms throtisch the grates, a
thti op.fl!)iniT into Tho mion taassaffC. IlS then
went r-nao-nanimTiuslv to work to-releae hisTellow
captives, which he accomplished -.by breaking tho
i .i-o ,,f hot:. ! ib r; of Fiovd's cell, and onen-
' ii. . a...... K!-, ,r, .,.-,. All fiini wont lntol'HJPw
Ills; t ie oineio in 101.0 ui.ui.iiji. ri r 1 1
room near tne uoor leaurasr: -uowa jMt..7 - . ' -
- Gymnastic Drill of the Feesch Aemt.
The. distribution of the prizes at the military
gymnastic school at Joinville le Pont, has re
vealed at the same time to the public the exis
tence ef such an establishment' and the end and
aim for which it has been created. T ie solem
nity was witnessed by the Minister of War,
and all tne highest officers of the French army.
The candidates for distinction arb all officers
or subalterns, having already served, and the
object - of competition is the diploma of "Moni
sor," or rather the degree of "'Bachelor of
Agility," which' is conferred upon the most
dexterous in many sports, with a view of seenr-
nifr t lift anrao rit-me-iic oi srvuiH-a.-ivic iuiMt-i in
1 -T5 .. i i: - - .. -
, one or otherCof the regiments ot the
nrmv. The:" institution of Joinville
I itself entirely "to the im-truction ef gymnastics
nd other bou,.. exercises, wnctner impaiung
i-rength, skiil-onifracc, according to the system
;ere adODtcd.,,. We are surprised tnai eveiy
sWdicr in the French service is not an Admira
ble Crichton. The perfection ol the .mart's
we-cannot wonder at
of the British soldier,
instruction as imparted at
Six-rv TiiOcSAxn DoiXvrs in Ose Pay. Much
l,n been said for and against the Lotteries author-
;r.,t f'.iv varioKs nnrnoses by the Legisl
out to the
r-mlniniK niihhe atr.-nnst the lieortria
d V. ,
f ci iivn-ev dc Co.. iiana-iers, whose!
and manv. have been tlie caution
R LPi ni: ICIVER.ASTJ CRAJ
I 'EEKi N A X 1 G AT H )N COM A - -
wilLbe a Meeting or u.e
.... 1 , - , .1 . rn a ;
:i"fp la - it' avci u.i'i -
t Morri uii's Mills.
dfor the o.u ii se o
; . a i , t -
ipmouat 01 o-. .... ... M0NKO
headquarters are in this city. An ancient maxim
requires us to "give the devil, even, ids due;" and.
without comproi-nitting ourselves in the matter at
all, we are free to record (what is known to every
l,ndv. almost, in Savannah.) that in the Lottery ad-
vertiseo by us to b
ings, last Saturday
3 drawn m ias
noon, it was as
' entitled to the
onio Hall nuint-:-ertamed
capital prize of
sixty thousand dollars, were upon two hall tickc
o '-.o of which was in theoiiiee here, and one wu
1 he rt
pi lil ."-'
. . ,.n,.nflv matie
oscnoe 1 '.ltl "'7,' ;in-poared to
oils to ii. ounuiii- r- i . ..
1 A " -. I
si tors tMian.
sibiai 1 at
(IT is celehia
rdaint J PtsneDsia a is
aas cfd rales ihia.t
' Distance of
uventv-six miles lroin
Fa vc tit"
. . a t I'ili'i: 01
U 11 tV7 ..." -
I Chronic l).ai i-i.ea.
1 ..... .1 . . 1 1 : i 1 1
sent to IT, T. Peters,
Charleston, S. C. Savannah
Ladies, ee Cat th
man they love
enness or coquetry
'They should he
for a prou
a woman tvi?e..
who loves tnem.
often lose the
lv mere wan t-
d then repent.
aid he enYcful not to4t:e"th:s step liastilv,
d, bighminded, gifted man, will seldom ask
NS Artie'. e "of French
1 r sale 1-y
is" wholly withheld, aud who, conse
knows only how to present himself
the enemy, and hangs back with tnvk-
he.11 ushered suddenly into
beloie the enemy,
n rd . bash fii hi CSS ' w
tlie--company-01 liieihis.- iie-c o oaw iomu
hropyfr! and hearclctl iiiesi, warriors wuo
,;..-f.. ..n.l to rtabUsh the I'ooe m temporal aig-
nitv even beyond his own most sanguine imagina
game must be a
!. MelhiiTi.' got the
al thro vii his in fate
iiin to nil1. I do nc
to s ty. and that is t!
ever written to me b
he po-aiion assume
1 1 OA a 11
11: ; into t f qa-eui-s'.oas between
-. w-ithou iay authority, I hope
cd inq.ia; j in me to state cer-
" in' ma'rniac'.Hin.xiioi. . i The Times thinks the baiperor s
liuonea .J-H-.ame. aa juui .e-. ,
. , T. 'TO ... .,,.411 e .11 ' -, . ,1
:.Hl:L, .rs "I'"- , I The announcement of pence was read in tu
' , be ri a !1'"V! " - Houses of Lords and Commons on the 12th, and was
U V.C A V:': " ,.,.v,.d witl lou.l and prolonged cheers.
,n -ress. s Meet tothc action ol It was rumored at Bci hn that the Emperor of Ru-:
iemoci-atsif it he district desired Ula would soon arrive there to attend a family con-
acUnjr in oau laiin terence. touching ine uispusai ui v-iu., n
the abdication of the King of Naples.
An unsuccessful attempt was made on the seventh
among the soldiers at Naples to revolt, but they
were met by the discharge of artillery from those
who remained faithful, ami forty of them killed.
I iine i
-t a convention, lo
a; V,!- t a -
to ilr . Alleu-df Vuilia to ihsit ef-
i eel against a
o.; Iciiow. One
a con ven-
. i - , r
ue in m k i
At there is nothing in
;G(iv. Winslo.v antag
i bv his Card in the
tioa by wi
ll a ! --i t ike
oaNtie to tl
' doiiraal." and if tin; Colonel itewfiich an inference
iVom aavt i-.hiLi- he ever heard m isav. he is mistaken
in the impression mat 1 intend J to convey ,
anv other nerson has made ho impression
niiiid th tl 1 -so understood Gov. AVinsiow's letter, it Is
alto; th".- a misl-ik Gov. 1 Mnslow know that it
was. in-livid ii'dy. a eonven ior man upon principle,
as a m 'aiis .;' or -an i.i n the pi iy, as did every other
iriitl-mxa in the district with -if horn I conversed on
th- su'pject : and in reply to a ijtttr addressed by mo
to th': Gov. ha; simply slated, t at while he was ready
to abide 1 1 v th ' aetioa id' the pa and would not at
tempt to eo i-rol it. even if he tl ttoght be bad the pow
er, (u lih -!i he did not.) still lit IiOied his particular
friends, in view of tho prec. 'efts in our district,
would not t.i'c Ue' in. ii.'ioe in editing for a convention,
as such a eoars-- miuht be cou.-iritt'd into an inditi'er
ent supp -rt of him. and in the wy tend to weaken
him ii lore a convention, shou If tie party call one.
This. 1 un lartake to say, is, i jb$ut the purport of
til ' letter, and if any geatlcin Utiwill undertako the
task of pro via:; that to ie ants, joiistieal to the posi
tion of Gov. Wmslow's card, I ffea-eady to mfet them
on hu hii-ti:i:r- and contest t Position. I should
not m-.vke this r -tn irk. but for i:eason that I think
juy name has been mqiroperly Ih-at befre the pub
lic, though 1 shall not eompla: . J Jit, is. however, ra
ther unpleasant for a modest i tilike myself to hear
that his' name is a matter of pu i& discussion.
As I underston I that the act .in Vf the Duplin meet
inc; is a matter af con-iderald alk in the District
voTi will allow me to say, that inj nndersfanding of
t he i; S'ltntions adopted by on Mi ctinj;. which were
reported by ni", was that took tj ground, either one
wav or ttie'oi tier, in relaSioall ibavcation question.
Thev lett that entirely an ope jtiestion, and simply
";'. ..,.,.,; Mr. "Winslow ass ,'JMididate, either with
p ivah.mt a convention
i-illier I lie nirtv
t-ia illi d then
of his name to the convention. (f
called, then it
bis niim-; to tin'
t-;tii !i is m
biisn uus ietit-1 Sifqioth your JJaily
Arrival of the Kuropia-
THREE DAYS LATER NEWS.
Sackviixf., N. B., July 27.
Hie stenmship Europia arrived at Halifax yester
day, and her news was brought here by horse ex
press. Her dates arc to the 10th, being three days'
T lie peace news is fully confirmed, but no further
particulars have transpired beyond the fact that the
Princes of Tuscany and Modena are to return to
The result of the Treaty is generally mistrusted
Napoleon was on his way home.
The Sardinian Ministry have resigned. Count
Arese has been charged to form a new Cabinet.
Liverpool, July ltjth.
Cotton Sales of the week 107,000 bales at an
advance of d a d.
Breadstuff's, very dull, but little enquiry
thr ran out a-.
ed through tho back door into the etreet ie.,aHing-
towards the Grave Yard. The nlarm was imntft
diatly given by Sheriif Griers family before the
prisioners got out of fcight, Pursuit was made-and
Floyd (the criminal) was overtaken wiLhin.a .few
hundred yards of the Jail by Mr SamL-Al-IIarri
and a negro man named Henry. The others es
caped to the woods.
From a lone confinement Floyd was unable to run
very fast, and when overhauled was completely ex
hausted. He carried with him a small bar -of iron
for defence, and when the negro man who first
overtook him was about approaching him, he rat
ed it as if intending strike, but on the approach of
some white men he dropped it and surrendered.
He had ou two suits of clothes, one over the other
besides carrying a email bundle of clothing, thus
preparing himself for what he hoped would be a
successful tramp. Chailotte Dauocrat.
EXTKAOKDTSAKY EXHIBITION A MAN OF LEATH-
kr. An exhibition of a very remarkable and ' tin-
natural character attracted a small out . highly res-
pectaoie .umence at iuuuiumi oh iuuibiuj-
i nd if
tuff, couipeting togthr for- v
fencing, boxing, Siiibie sticK,
sio, UK e wise, is
rench soldiers so
Smith met Jones in the street yesterday.
Where can I go to got a sulphur bath .'"
I think you had better go to h-
emphatic reply. Vo do not know whether Jones
took Smith's advice, but we are certain that 'no
could not go to a bettor place for a genuine sul
Joll'ten, the great Napoleon of composers, will
pro')abl.y visit this country noxt fail, under an en-
lent whh .Mr. Strakoseii.
i"d Cognac Brandy.
J . 11. ileDULFlb.
For ale by
U. ZiIcDU FFHk
For sale by
K. ilclJl i i- ni-
I. IIS ivfiV'"n-;TTC LlOUOIbS.
- --re-. " - r
at i is j .
. . ,, t-. lav ft For sal" by
1 JAtAJti: liAUU.I .. iJ-tww -- 7 , . , - .. i.' I :.'
IDER YIN'EG Alt.
For rale by
r i- MfUt'lddh.
r'OP FIS1L For sab- by
J. II. McbL'F I MK.
!, bv J . K. MVU i, a J- ii'
e-.' l noi
Col. V.'. L. Stee
! jV.imi'.Tt ''..'. , of ,
A D-VltXTI. an
.in,- Richmond Co.. at th2 r
Robert bedbetter. l.-r. V. b.
, ana AiinS Emma J. 1'oiiTEK
not only a Tu
but a Ttimbci-idt, a Dupn., or a
lleevts al! at the same time. i he spec
at Joinviile was a most astonishing one,
t by any
to." wonder, so -ui
jf - a m Hilary cxlu
ns entii led to con
i iv e v. as it- t o
nation. The men
l.-inn. vnrps lebo
is the lebple of the District.
m'o'lit dete ratiie. If a convention
i was intende os a recommendation
cioiventiou. (Jf no convention was
was intenaeu i . i.,rccommencaiioa oi
people of the d trfct
- the people oi meu ja-fct.
lhatl'ha!l not be i lr the necess
ins or saying any thi -ginore in conni
latter. I have einip aj jt, request th
Journal'' and the" 11 eekty.- fth the request tint
lb-- ' Fayettevill'' Carolinian' ttpy and oblige
Your friend, Hv'M. A. ALLEN.
Kexaxsvillk, N. C, July 2? 159.
Sheep Kn.x.F.n iiy Ivici rxc. Mr. fj
Pnscy, near Mt. Eraddock J
ten sheep killed by,lighi
ni'rht last. He found the j
in his Oeld, lying in the sjh;
posed thev occupied when jtm
so lite ii,kc mat, ai i;rst ue ji
the fact that tljcy were deaj( J
have not even moved a litj
from their natural repose !$
examination of the locust tyj
rr mi ft'i t n ril tl v
ear a locust tree
position he sup-
uck, and looking
Id hardlv realize
They seemed to
or their heads
le sleeping. Ou
the mystery was
explained. The fluid Vad h Jfcendod the body
of the tree, following the loiis in every direc
tion over which the shcepty-
time of the shock.
Furtlier by tlie Europa I
GREAT DISSATISFACTION IN PARIS!
THE FOFE BURNT IN F.rriC.V AT MILAN !
Paris letters note much discontent prevailing
there, concerning the terms of peace, although peace
itself gave much satisfaction.
" The Siecle objects to Austrian influence being suf
fered to remain in Italy-, and calls loudly for the ex
pulsion of the petty Princes, who are only the eon-
f'crlcT-tttc.-i of Atiati ia.
Napoleon has declined an official entree into Paris
until it can be made at the head of the army.
An Austrian correspondent officially announces
the Treaty, thus :
Austria and France will support the Itallian Con
Lombardy is to extend as far as the line of the
Mantua, reschiera and the whole ef Venetia are
to remain as Austrian possessions. j
The Princes of Modena and Tuscany are to return
to their respective States.
An universal amnesty is granted.
A Vienna correspondent of the Times says three
applications were made by Napoleon to Francis
Joseph, before the dogged obstinacy of the Austrians
would grant an Armistice.
These overtures were made direct for the purpose
of preventing the mediation of neutrals.
The same writer says the Pope had been burnt
in effigy at Milan, and that very unfriendly feelings
exist between Napolecn and Victor Emanuel but
lately great chums.
It was rumored that Napoleon and Eugenic would
shortly visit Vienna, and take an airing in that gay
It was thought very probable, that the dismissal
of the Cardinal Antonelle would fullow in the way
of State Affairs.
It was rumored that Garibaldi was about to issue
evening last. A voting man by the name ot James
Stevens had advertised that ho would do many
wonderful things in the way of cutting himself np
with kniv ss, nailing his feet arms and legs to chairs,
to the wall, Scc, which astounding exploits he pro
ceeded to exhibit at the appointed hour-, - in the.
presence of a number of physicians of celebrity,
including members of the medical faculty of -Trail-sylvan'ui'Fjiiiversity,
and other learned professors,"
who were invited to the stand that they .might . de
tect any fraud or deception, if practiced. He begai
by sticking a handful of pins, up to the head, in -his
leo then drove an awl through the middle of his
and ! wrist into a chair ; drove a knife through the mus
cle of his leg ; nailed his loot to a woouen snoe, mo
nad or awl passing through the middle of the feet,
and so walked about the stage; cut his dexter-finger
through the flesh, exhibiting the naked bone, and
concluded by passing a knife through his cheek, the
blade protruding from his mouth. In all this but
little blood was drawn. ,
He also offered, to drive a knife through each
leg and hang himself from the wall, which; the.
audience mercifully excused him . from doing, f eel
ing satisfied that ho could accomplish whatever, ho
proposed. About the whole procedure there wS
in- sciri or
men, who were upon the stand, were steadily uiiedr
upon him, and any " unbelieving 1 nomas v naa- a.ii
opportunity to touch the knife blade on the oppp-?'
site side to that into which it had been thrust, of
the leg, wrist or hand. He used a. few galvantp.
rings about his person, which was probably more
forshow than anything else, as they could effect
nothing. Mr. Stevens" looks to be not more than
twenty or twenty -one yaars of age. Before clos
ing, he proposed to operate in a similar manner
upm any one of the audience, agreeing to forfeit
one thousand dollars if he inflicted pain- ' Tui,
however, was prudently deenned. Wc saw tl)
man of leather early yesterday morning, looking a$
fresh and whole, as though knife or nail had never
penetrated his elastic body.
UlO urilis;! Kiea
r . I ' 1 .
"Ml W11CS, lilll- aiDII? I open, ll-i"'u""'"r
dastic balls from, one rope to another, running
ladders cf enormous height, then bounumg
;the-earth with the agility of squirrels. Hut
L ornivnincr Wild ' most PXCititUT VlOrt'lOU of tllC
ole was the mock attack of the redoubt,. at
ich the men placed outside the '.road los-e
Jflive with the battle-axe and gnu slung across
shoulders. The trumpet sounds the assault.
nd m two minutes' lime me rcuouui is emeicu,
ttl" a volley fired from the interior, m spite ol
ip ffrpat. hei-rht of the walls, and the resistance
' - o o -.
oposed from within. 1ms
iniiinii' s ion a oe
c.o-t nf tli-it. self-endurance Avhich 1
18.'!), Mrs. Nancy
Tn ynnsrilli'on ibe 2fitb of ihiy
.i .. F . .1 ,fl SM" ' 1 ' 1 Ul 1
roe. in in" - on j;.a oi .-t " -, -
Hro-dan.i in 1775. She was a eonsisteui . eiuoe. o.
tliei'resbvteriau Church tor t5 "years. Hie was a
. ,. . i ' .: ,r.l...f a l.-iml in vtrSS KI1( P. t
all times ready to administer to
....io-tibovs. The Church has lo-th
tnfloei.no of k 't- Christian conduct b
ruJ.. le I) V
i - jj
J. K. McUUFFIE.
VJ-:, TEA. MOLASSES, RUTTK.'l
o-i!'o s: v 1 -1" and manv other
,-..o in the Grocery line.
lf-u.- J- ii-
. VI. !, K!Nl'S"l-'Oll SAi.F A P
nts per (pure, any mr.ieu i um
; ;;er quire. At liie
j ;Op SV;'P Lei
new system of
examined, as it may teach
the wants of ea r
iv prayers, aud the
.-lore it ; and the
her many virtues to hold vice in eneetv.
to tho hopes and consolationsof religion,
faithful erect her again far beyond the
Snri n"-. N. V. on the TJtli inst., in ine
'I & - . . T t ...... C
29ih year of his age, Mr. Lkox Ukandt. oi ine iirin oi
G.&Ii. braadt of this plaea.
ivorld has lo;
P.at thanks 1
we ali mav i
reach of rial t
R Af Eb'IFN T ;
FY PEMRERTON & SLOAN.
13 a 13,
.i u ao
mbled the Zouaves to us
ie whole French army.
urp the reputation of
Ability, presence of
of hand and eye are more
ultivated than strength or '-discipline. Letters
-Shaix Buxs And JfLv. July is a h
f" debtors and people who dread dogs.
1 "Riebniond Examiner of yesterday, i
fTwo nuisances are now to le found on
the net men will grub u
with h vd ro
ll A OX
J -i v n .
IS a 20
l)uiid.-. 3 7 a. 2i)
iluriai'S. t)0 a 15
Nos. 4 m 10. 1 0a ft 1.05
domk.si'ic ;o(ins -
UrnwnSln'Ctiie's. S -l a S 1-2
25 a 30 (
42 a iiii )
IS a 20
3 1 a i S
is u 20 ;
11 ' a 12
Wi a 11
10 a 10,'.; ,
M O I. ASS US
S A LT
Alum j er bushel.
f lax Seed.
20 n TO
ill! a 65
4.00 a 4.75
0.00 a 2.00
0.00 a 1.00
7u a SO
1.50 a 2 2.1
00 a 0 )
0 00 a 1 2i
00 a 0')
JAS. N- SMITH.
JAS. N. S.M1TA.
iE-VA'tNlSMES, NET OIL,
''k For Kale by
cfeil COLObbD a tii st rate article. Jtt re
tail aad lor tale by
JAS. N. SMITH.
JAS. N. SMITH.
' au'S' n i;i edy con diauiiiiea an
C 7-1.. .Ifl-. l lV'l 111 .-11lT I II 1
fljiVijiii-iiiv vi' ciiuiji'.ii.v. i-or sai
J AS. N, SMITH.
1 )." a
is New York-
iiich we nray ferva-itly
rt-Ii- - nnnnriinpih that threaten us
obiav amr bipeds that stand aud tell you to deliv-
irour mmiev or tne coat on ou o.i .
ne of these latter creatures invaded our sanc
ii. .i,- a..-t o,l nlmostidi'ovfi us crazy.
il . . - i it.i1t -t-bi linim.
ft II siooa srai ing at us nn n mm- ...i.. - -
Hi! . -.. c .1. . a..-.M 1 tl, wili- n Kent find a
A CO Ol- lUO llfVll, IlliU on." iv.. .-- -
llnniinw: and. h-avincr-satisuC-d his curiosity, oe
I his hand into an infernal Pandora's box, or
H let pouch, which he carried under his arm. pud-
a litt of figares out of it, poked it at us, and at
V Mm- inr-tant .whistled for a, brute of a dog
gie had left in tho . passage. I ins was ioo
H so we cleared out, leaving the ueg aiiu ine
Fa drtg (his master) in lull possession : out
am him not to come buck again; it he does.
ball put hiraiinpD the hands of the printers
'.- j h Buffalo they have, just at this time, a woman
Wn asj the Knitting Lady, who every day sits
id i nnt of the residence of her debtor, on Swan
ijd Jet, and where it seems she meaus to sit until
ahi I sees the color of his money.
. 7 71
is si t.tl n ff.
hfc'chair she every morning plants before her
M ki'icl lir Mil..
Shail ;a:r I'ouuj.
V li-a t,
e; rcen ,
i a 00
$10 a 12 S
00 a OU
C f.O a 6 7o J
0 4 "i a fi 50 I
6.2.) a 0 25 (
0.00 a 0 00
o.ra a 1 25 I
1.115 a 11" .'
00 a 0 a 1
1.05 a 1 10 5
1 10 a 1.15
10 a 11
4 a 0
0.01 a 1 25
75 a SO
70 a '.ia
CO a i5
115 a 40
C a 7
5 a ft?
0 a 4
13 a 14
S a' U
lov-i-pi-r pounil, J - a u
Coinmonbag, 2 00 a 2 12
r.m k. 2 i2 a 2 2
N. V. Av;l.'.
N C. Whiskey,
Ne; tli'.rii do.,
fort-a Itico. 3
Spirits p:?r gallon
wiil'i K i.t:.U
YV I N i j O v V : L A S S
Kii;ht hy ten. 2.0a a
Ti-'n by twi-lve, 2 - a
ER,' Japan, Coach,
uisU; for s.iic by
Fu mi lure
colored, best quality. For sale by
5 S. J. 11LNHDA1.E.
0 00 a 2 35 ;
o eo a 2 :,
0 i-i, a i on
. l: - h
0 a 10
S. J. HINSDALE.
Glue, lor sale low oy
S. J. 1IINSD ALE.
gPXS. A slight deline this morning.
woman, abvavs knitting. Still IS Slttllipc
iV hft cl
d debtor's door;
M. . b oil lm coominff of a female who
Lltrl J e ii ii i tiit ii.1 . v ...... - -
A steady - and
letermmed svstem of terminatms street besting
Imc mni-i fnniineneed in New York, and it will be
nersisted in till not a vasrrant alms solicitor- will
dare to go into the streets. This is truly a 'goXd1jVv.
movement. "Within fifteen vears past, says ' ecrr
respondent, the increase m tne numoer w isiry w
liegars has been enormous, ana 1 here is no reas. ' -rf
CnftUolr P-sistcnc'. as the same industry applied -i T I?'
begging would be successful in other occupation' -,.
geveraf arrests of beggars have been made alresd 7j,
and they will be continued till the city is free frs
pests. Nearly all the beggars are foreign ones, ar' -
. r - . . m t ..... M .w.
. She will give a man a steaming
If he does not pay his score ;
And hethLaks this knitting stockings
Is the darnest kind of bore,
" .' . ill
Kdon't think that a widow wonw oe so atmoy -
J'pt. . We Hiink wft could stand such a bore as
brjtSflX"but.tb.e fiends in plants that persecute people
t.-oVj .Lord. .. 1
t nroplPmntinn and it was considered very doubtful ! proiessionai in ev c ry na-ii.
-4-V44 ML i UL.. ,m -- i -r-g--aa3 ' i ..... - ct
... I Up to the 11 in, me lormauon ui uuuiuiaui jarsuu o. was a
'JLj. " ' "" " " iT.rmon rind 'nrocecded prosDerously. oOOO Laving , traces which usually foil
i r- i i. - - .
ot WkATiiEit At Nashville, Texs. In the whole
cburse'of tur existence, , says the Daily Gazelle,
le haVe never experienced as warm weather as we
Live had here for a week past.
WILMINGTON 31 A U K ET, July 28, 1S59
Tt r.i'ENTiNE. Sales yesterday of 121 bbls. at 3 for
virgin, and jjri 8.3 for yellow dip. aad l,5t for hard
'S.i i ltj- No sales this morning.
c:.. w.,i.a iv !'i.n bl.-ls. at 401 els. "51 gallon,
being a decline of 5 ct. -Pn-.v
vn Tar. N'o transactions in either article,
Cosv.-We note the receipt of 4.-55 bushels,
of which was to order, and has gone into dealers
hands, the ballanci 90 ) bushels had not been sold
when we closed inquires. .
Oats. A lot of 1,00U bushels received by dealers
aad gone into store.
d'tivcr Oil JoIIt
NhHYliUP OF rilUSPliiTFs
yi '--s. J.
I- of sale bv
NEW YORK MARKETS, July 21, 1859
Cotton ; the steamers news has caused an advance
ofct: sales of, 2,50J bales, middling uplands Ui
cts per lb. Flour (irm, and market generally unchang
ed. Wheat lias advanced 2 4 cts ; red 1,20 1,22,
white 1.31) 1,40 per buh. Corn, dull, and an aver
age business doins without quotable change. Spirits
Turpeittiae steady. Uosiu. steady. Rice has declined
4 ct. we quote at 31 44 cts & lb. - -- .
. . - ........... . -r r - r r:' fx VV-.T-VT? '
A KK It I'V-.I U 1 iUi A' yj u
The war in Europe, Cass' naturalization letter, VV iLMMf M.i rw J. McDuf?ie. Esq., of
tan,n,ritr-(ApcJinii and everv other topic of! ,. , -. ii-i.i tn rpnrcseiit this (the
l . . j 111 vi'.ji... . 1 iin 1 mull itf .. ix.- a ... '.-. -- - t r
- l'- i n 1 m-1 ml ti n. -P Tn firrfer , ) rtii.;.- -- 1'..- f-P.
t r uly plons xmmk&
owed the meals, ne
Professor Hunting, in his after dinner speech at
Hadlev, on the 8th ult., told the following anecdote
of one" of the earl v ministers of Hadlev, celebrated
for the dullness of his sermons as well as for his i
pictv, who was dininu: wit; a friend on Sunday noon 1
nor. :Th wh( ft tdiiii v rpvprpnilv knelt, except tne par
j j - - - " - j m t
A ltli- from Ttnmf. dntofl fhfi Sth S.1VS the Pope , son's brother, who. beino- oVt much fat llSUabyiS-
t-.-A antosraidi letter to Napoleon, an- f.tood with his back to tha table ana overiooKea 1110- j
bis determination to demand an f.rmed 1 o-Hrder. One dar it was summer time the par
intervention from the Catholic powers.
The very latest reported from Paris on I ndey, . ticc tho fad.
We are perfectly exhausted, Havn't had an hour s
one leg out ot the winaow
J geawuives 01 iae ueii.
"ea iUi,"Ti"V uiAeu.ci.tt-Dr
j a week. - Hun
Ss.m?air-nbhf nd while w paoiVfuPii m Keiiing
..." , -"o . - , ,
ti pieruber of our bouy quietc-!. our 1
him pudding, lie declined, saying be could not cat I
pudding before preaching, ns it always made him '
dull. I think then (said the lady) you had pudding
Tl f I .1 n.L..nnfin tO TV f 5 t : ! I
Tc-u iiniKM:i v- lavofpii : nut - f
- - . - - 1
wa that trreat notation prevailed at Milan, and ! kept twisting about, untu finding no- end to bis ab.)
that great troub.es bad also arisen at Venetia. j thanks, he broke in with" Cut it short, Parsond
That Florence was much disturbed, and that the J cut it short , the cows are 111 the garueu plajiugv
I'arisian population were highly indignant at the fa 1 with tho cabbages." ,
Ler--portions of our boay was. pa
vornr tngme. Oot into a oat a ui
biTrCiisrhrwater laan-: ieJ i.ito
itemed that we were being cook"I
id ai ' !
inz like a
with oar beau
a liule doze
.live woke up
4 found that the water ha I dried up. and v e were
"iwd out on a piece of hot sheet iron.
i'-,'- " .
Silver Patod Castors.
f. 1.x 1 e
l v ;
S. J. HINSDALE.
fevAIlcn's Hair llcsloi-ativp-
, fate dj
l':.- ' It fin
S. J. HINSDALE.
I Pongress Water
LUPULIN, ic.&o. For Pale by
H. J. HINSDALE.
-. -"4-tiTci InTigorator
L FilEfell Snurdy re
V ways ON HAM), at lio- -d
June 4. d-tf w in-tf W.N
Aa as-rrboent al-
r un-f Livor Complaints.
uri a i.iiKt -oiie.,l:int!,
i urc tjr.inio Diorvb'n'a, -
' un-i I'J'H"'!-!.
i in-t'S i e.l ivi ni ss.
. u,-t. KtiiiiJ-? L ouiFiaints,
St-e AdTcrtiscnmit in
Sanforil'H Liver InTipr.ratr.r
I ompoui'dc fc.ntirly l'r(jm Gomj
Purifips tbe Ulooil.
ruritV's the Blood.
PuOliti thn Blood,
I Oli WORK, EXECUTED JN7EYEKY STYLE OF
J the art at the 0AU0LINIAN OFFICE