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The Naturalization asd Protection Ques
tion A native of Bavaria defends,- throno-h the
Alexandria Gazette, the position ef Genf Cass
concerning the protection- dne naturalized Ameri
cans while visiting their native countries on the
onuuent or tu:oK- The ioUow-itH? extract"
his it;,-!,x ; ;,.t X -
A person can quit my native country. rCfut
molestation afterwards if he remains tiillie is ltn
one years of age, and takes his change a! at
time, of bwug drawn for a teria of military si4.
If he h-avas after he is.fourteen and befe s
twenty-oii, he leaves with his future obli"on
hanging over hwnv ?wid lie knows it. He ki?Jps if
bo- sfrwords returns he must either ihec jtke
lid ehaav.es from which he had escaped' or a
substitute. These remarks apply to thos
leave by themselves. If the father of a I1'1
wishes u emigrate, he is at liberty to take U,his
children with iihi without ditfieuly, excepico
are about twenty-owe years of age." and ever-fkS to
t.iem the. ease imty be- adjusted. lint if a
xuan over fourteen, who had been protected EY( the
government and educated almost entirely 1 the
public expense, sees lit to move off before -"has
made airy return, and leave his father and 'n'r
bphind to the pr ...te iion of strai.gerv. an' Ml he
eh nj-es uftel-wards U, i.-iurn, .e is. i.cld to t f
tioui wb.oh he hades-cape. . . f
XuiiBr.R One. One hour lost in the0
Injr by Ivitiy in bed will put back all t ''' JiiiM-
lifcss of the d iv 1
One hear gained by rising early ia v?c'b one
month in a veur . m 4
One hole in the fence will, eoet ten ts&is as
intuh as it will to fix 1 1 a ense.. '
One diisarsi' si iil spoil a Sock
One unruly animal wiLI teach all o
ll'ICKS J ami liic; hiuib sbvj v.jt.
1 .. . 1 . 1 . 1 : i. 1 . 1 1 . ,
One ci.-unl, "d
much good."' ;
tit keen a family ncr and
mak them n.i-' r.'Wc.
One v fe fnt is always tolling
neighbor dresses, and H'w utlie
will look pit aauter il
One !in!aud that is
depi-'ft-s i.ii t,y.iv.- of
as their ueih'.ors eij-
sue a.i ' ;
p?uui .ons- or
y, :s not
husband as he ought to
One good newspaper
CVeij family, and
Ono who dou"t take ft good
for it, is an unworthy citizen,
the best interest of his faisily.
paper, ifl p
and d -iegaid
T,aiif.s O'. Kii-i'ii: s-inci Wiifx Travi JUno-
In Dr. H.dl's admirable Journal of Heal ifefind
the fidl. I'.vincr : M
Our wives a id daughters lose three-! ninths (d
the l.-f.swes of summer travel by tb-e- in CCSLisable
orvers!-' iru-ft tr-ste a ad common -eiSse. in
dressing UjV a rail car or a steamboat s if they
wcrt goiE'g' to a court reception. C'annot .-fime few
gentli-men have their iftwcy fcroace, .id, there
by set the fashion by d?eip,g- tS-eir fan' tP for a
nummor travel in plain, .substantial garr-sPffts. al
io .ving no member anything beyond wl;tt saaali
enrpet-liag would contain, which fliai tJbe the
solo article which each one was tf tak fem e ot ?
.Let us all "put ourselves upon pur 1 -kaivour"
-n.i 1. ,ri ri oir dress. The fast is, the forks and
pro erieu.TR of hotels, the captains of s iamboats j
and the prouduevovs d' railroads see uie very
first glanc th status of a trayelk ;j:'ie dul
lest chamb'i"nr:,aidr the Jivost stupid cabi i'"TiPy, and
the laziest, waiter, are neither dulU-:? t 4Id. mir
Jazy, nor erring, either in the estimate Vay make
tf poople, as if by iutuitiou. "
A Divorced Wifk a Servant iiheh sband's
Family A gentleman living in this cilfinrl well
to-do, miavfied about ten years agv an tfter liv
ing with' Ids wife some five years, ho e nSjuded to
tt a ii'i", f"tf the uuh j Biuc.bb o
their o'ometic relations. The wife- as
he applied to the Courts and was sue
year jswd, and he conclude I to vs
more in the m-.'sl rivekonijil n .i-li .,
Could wo find one' who would make hi.-
pier tbara the Mrsf. In this he was sue 'esful, and
a short true after his divorcfd wifti app "ed. to him
for wort tit his family in thir eapftcity jf wervant
jrlrl. T.. situation was given her hii -she now
does tlie work in the house of which' 1 wjis' once
mistress, and beholds the endearmei 6 lavLshed
upon another which were once bestowi t iffrion Fier.
The husband daily takes his evening : ride with
his second wife, while the lirst takes ( ire of the
children during thf-ir rJsenee. Hotw t' e' dissb-and
cm erdcrre to see his former wife thus Ireiniliated,
an 1 the wife bear up under it, it is to u.- an ''enigma-.
Cincinnati Times. '
A Young Hero. A few days noja little
sou f.l' Mr, Gillingham, who resides fiear Al
cxandiia, playing near the brink 0 nfwcll fell
in. His mother hearing his crie J jave the
alarm and in a few seconds, a setror 1 son some
ciixteen years of age, leaped down lie.! stair of
the house, ran into the yard and tak g hold of
the rope slid some thirty feet to th jbottom of
tlie wll, ind arriv d tiicre in time i clasp his
legs around his littie brother, and liold ng on
to th. i..cl:et "!tli his hands to 5 istnin him
tin til assistance came and both were saved from
drowning. The Sentinel says the 1 aids of the
elder brother were ery much torn the rap
id descent along the rope-. The yjnger sus
tained onlv a slight bruise and a ery severe
lright. " ?
The Fastest Trotting Team in 'Uf World.
Tht -Ledger in the Lead. We a uninformed
that Mr. Uonuer, of the Ledger, raiisatL-fied
with distancing everything in the two hemis
phere in the literary line, has dett-nitned also
to lead the extreme adv.-ee 111 the .ygy of pri
vate trotting teams, a d with tin ts 4vi w has
purchased, from Col. Hal', the celerteu trot
ter Lantern and his mate, g'vlng :jrtl:e pair
the roiiod sum of 10,000. Mr. .Bimi pr al
ready owned a team tb.it was woi.l,hf between
five and six thousand dollars, and wlach ?ou!d
Fhow almost anything H-e w,y, but 1 Lanierii
and his mate, in abandoning the oeoa for the
road, could show him to the seco J place, he
preferred to pass, ahead through tfijjjentle im
pulsion of the above-named price. jTe should
like to se anvthing now which can tike" Ro. -
11 er. K
A iEMM-E v ampire-- A corr sbondent of
A 1 "V" . 1 1 . . . '
ine -ew 1 oi k express says that a Jissolute fe
male named Shea, recently attemj te3 the ruin
of a clergyman at Hempstead, "L. '. j.-'py charg
ing him with seduction. But the 1 yter beiiTg
probed to its foundations, a neg J7e proved
and the last shadow of a doubt di filiated, the
clergyman was declared by his o a congrega
tion and brother clergymen to be 1 e from the
slightest taint of suspicion. He w-fortunate.
Other clergymen and even laymen feny not be
equally so. 1 bis nccojnt is publ j to put
. . 1
men upon nieir guaru
'lhe Memphis Avalanche, pays " l,ftt no Dem
ocrat who has lhe spirit even of ' Sl poy, can
road Mr. Douglas's letter without filinrr' that
it is an indignity offered him and party
an attempt at dictation, which hM bound by
every principle of personal and btftical inde
pendence to spurn with contempt, a ijl resist by
every means in his power." The I.'oftheru Ad
ministration organs are very cajrkms. The
Providence Post was at first iutijgd to re
gard the letter as a hoax. , !
Starving them Opt. There is a g
of Meolr.';. the native East India General.
lower. took from the English a lot of hermetically
sealed provisions, in tin cases, and not having seen
anvthin-r of the kind before, he mistook then." fr-r
canister "shot, :.ni -fired nothing from his guns for
three days but Lesh lobsters, pickled salmon and
other delicacies, thus supplyin.; the Uriti.-h ean.p
(yr ich he w,? trjriog to starva into a surrender
viti a ot tbe teosbeei ot English provisiocs.
I zy, and
dc n''le 11
Afng in I
Terrific Gnat Storm. The Louisville Jour
nal says that a terrific storm of gnats prevailed
in that city on the night f the 6th inst.
Places of amusement were rendered unbeara
ble. They were snowed on the hotel tables
lights-placed at a distance, btreet, sanctu0.3,
and it all other places were Tights were visible,
gnats prevailed. Eyes, ears ami mouths were
exposed to the annoyance. Everybody strain
ed at a gnat, if they didn't swallow a carnal.
One of Marion's Men. At the Fourth of
July celebration in Irontion, Missotsri, Capt.
John Hall, one of Marion's men, was present.
Ue 1 a native of North Carolina, and will be
99 years of age on the 21st of September next
He supports himself by ma kins brooms ana
baskets, and has never received a pension,
hough he fought gallantly dining the Itevolu
tionarv war, at
d distinguished hiaiselt at the
b;.ttje of Guilford Cowt Houe, ... C.
15. 1731. where he Was lieuttuant of a
Cr.RLEs SfiivFR A cain. A co'cempoT
-vid-nt! V an i.rdi'iit admirer of
fie a ass.ul.u-
seits Senator, thus rejoices at tlir
produc d upon his shocked pystera by eminent
s.irgeons in Euroe :
' We are pleased to learn that ITon. Charles
Sumner is recovering. He is in I'.iris, where
he had his spinal marrow taken oat, scraped,
oaked in oil and replaced, his muscular mem,
b runes operated upon, his nerves taken out
aired! and repiaceil, and 13 in a fair way of
recovery. lie will resume his Senatorial du
ties he says."
Ilis ory of the appearance of
during a congressisMiar canvass
distrie s of N. C
TN " SHORP.IT METtTH
He cogged he ducked he
squiii.m lie paweu
i 1 1 rr-
hed he k'eltei
e p teh-
tie rearo't 'ie nu:e
ed hi surged he plurged lie brayed he
roare-rl- ho growled r lie bleaf d lie rrinned
.- lie flattered he cu-sed he prayed he sung
he begged lie threatened lie stormed he
raved he ; liundei ed lie swelled he mizzMed
hot ui) l.ke a soarrow
lioppcrgrass and died
Jac k a
Cp.o.s?inc the Mississippi on a Tight Rope.
We understand, from what we consider an en
tire!' reliable source, that Mens. Blondiu. who
recently crossed th-; iNiagara river on a liyht
rope, has determined to attsmpi the more diffi
cult but 'ess dangerous feat of walking a rope
to be st reached across the Father of Waters.
The great feat will be performed, in all proba
bility, next fall or winter, and it is highly pro
bable that .Memphis will b the point ehosen
I. for this second' great exploit of
walking ncross a
river on a tiu,ht rope. lUem-
Thunuer Storm. During the thunder shower
whfcfc- passed over thus town yesterday afte rnoon,
says the Wilmington Journal of the 0ih inst.,
the residence of George R. French, Esq.. was
struck by lightnra-g. wliieh passed nlong the light
ning tod at one corner, knocked of? some- of the
plastering iaa jiarlor, thence passed to and through
the gas meter,, which it put out of order, and stop
ped olF the gas. Luckily there was w one in the
end-of the house that was struck, and the whole
amount of damage done appears to have been re
markably small in view of the risk run.
What is Ftiqitkttk
mutter of feeling and
Etiquette is mo
em: veni i o: ui S';i:sc ,,'
solaie rule. it alters
propriety than .the abso
with every generation and
i.9 liirgely influenced
oy local enston.s and mannei
V hat is eti-
ruiette 111 1 he mi. t r, .1 .! ;,. 1
in 11 nwal district!
mail route has
to L'arlhlige, t'ia
Route. A new semi-weekly
been esiab!ilicd from Raleigh
Newliill. llavvvood 0:,LlM,r,l
Brancn, (jiulf, Caibonton, Watson's Riidge'
ana entreville. Schedule lenves Rnlu
L-urthage I uesdav and Thursihiv !.t a
Rtiffaionians ("X V.) on the
The era I
4th, had a piece of fireworks rep?esentiuir the
beanties of crinoline. When first illuminated
it was glorious in expanded flounces and flow
ers a little later and nothing but the skele
ton hoops appeared .. Unique, that.
The Fik.st Locomotivk. The -Old N'orth
Sfate.71 the first 1. .com,, live for the Vi'ilm: .r ton,
Charlotte dc iiuth.-rford Railroad was ujed'
here yester lay from Philadelphia, per Schr. Ja::,cs
Ravard. Things are being pushed forward.
A KuoxviHe paper ?njs that a wife in thf.t
neigliliorhood lias had three children at a birth.
Her husband is entitled to a divorce. She is a
very over-bearing woman.
X ew Idea A Cincinnati paper has com
menced the publication, on Saturday morning,
of tlie texts of Scripture from which the several
clergymen of that city propose to preach on
the following day.
A bo'.k about the United States has been
published iri Germany, in which the author
mention, among other equally interesting facts,
that theives and so scarce in this country that
a reward is often i ffercd for the discovery of
A book about the United Sfatef ims been
published in Germany, in which the antho'
mentions, among other equally interesting facts,
that thieves are so scarce in this country that
a reward ia often cifered for the .discovery of
A fop, just returned from n continental tour,
was asked he liked the ruins of Pompeii ?
"Xot very well," was the replv, "they are so
dreadfully out of repair."
During the shower on Saturday evening the
lightning struck a herd af short horned Durham
cattle belonging to N. W. C. ; Jamesan, of
Antrim, N. H ., killing five valued at over
The yatifin.il Iu'ell'gencoT treats at lenr.th
npou the temporal power of the Pope, arniing
that it would be for the interest of the church
for him not to be encumbered with the cares of
It is rumored that Mr. Pryor, recently of
tne estates, will get the nomination for Congress
in the Petersburg District of Virginia, in the
room of Mr. Goode, just deceased.
The Secretary of the Interior 1ms fippointc-d
Mr. Joseph C. G. Kennedy to superintend the
taking of the eighth census of the United
FinE. The Poor House of Martin county in
this State, was burned to the ground on Thurs
day last. Loss about $1,500. Fire acciden
tal. I A woman purchasing cups and saucers, was asked
Another fire occurred at Eaton. Ohio, on thelth
Inst., destroying property to the amount of $10,000.
The fifth Annual Conyenti-m of t,..- American Nor
m il School Association is to l hfM at Trenton. N. J.
on V"dnesday and Thursday, the 17th and IS of Au
The crops ia Mitsitsipui are reprcwiiti! as
a lid judge of their Vir(wc
TOR THJS CURE OF -' . ."
Headache, Sick Headache, Foal Stomach.
Pin BBUBn, Pa., May 1, IbU-
Dr. J. C. Aver. Sir : I have been repeatedly cured of tw ..:,
worst beadaohe any body can hav by a dose or two of your-- .
Pills. 1 1 seems to arise from a SmI stomach, which they clean j
at once. If tbey will cure others as they do me, tk fcet
worth knowing. Yonrs with great rtspect. ; ' " - - 'r
ED. W. PRKBLE, C ark of Steamer Carton. ;
rtitions Disorders and l.iver Complaint. - ,
ittfUTllESTOFTHJEl STEKIOB, W ASHISOTOS, D. 7 Fb 1856,.
Sip. : I hve used your Pills in my general and hospital prao
ti-e ver since you niade them, and cannot hesitate to say they,
ar the M catimitic we employ. Their regulating- actum 0
tbt li ;er is qii k and di cided, cf rHequntly ihey are an.adouia 1
rrmoly f-r dcniricDient of that organ. Indeed I hav
scUciii t'..i:t. l a case of bilious (fisfMseso olistinats that it did BOw,.
rea.iiiv viel.l Ut them. rratemaily yonrs, - - v .- u
ALONZO BALL, 31. IX, Ptiysidcm of tlie Marine Hospital. i . v
lysentery, Relax, and Worms., . . I
Tt iltirmr 11 ISTI.4NR. I IV Oo M ICH fl. 1 ft. 1 PnSw' : J ir " .
Tlx. Aval: Vour PU!a are the perfection of medicine, llieyff y.
!.:..- .K.tie my wne nn-regooa tnaa lean u-n von, auenaq oe;p-
Fi.i il piiiitiK away for months. Went off ta b doctored atf
...... .;i't b hij.li .n riTT-i'ii lior. lv ovt-IHii lurirl onintiKMi
...... ' . J . - " CT 1 ' . .
of worms Unu) fiTHi her body. They afterwacic cared her aoA -
ui;r .-iiii'i-ii -i .'ijwij ujin.j w ..j,u.j,
ha.l it bail. :.nd niv wife oit-vcd-liiuiwiih t desetf yyiir Villi,''.,' ) ?.
h:lf oili.-rarouiid us paid fiom to ttrenty dollart c ? f (trt"
bills, and fc.st m.a-h time, without bvinR cured untircly V.i.?
thu. Su.-li a n:-.lii ii:e as yr.nrs. whi H5tiacinaW poetf 4 1 f
h.jii-!--t, will be princd here. 4um J. ilUkJflt Wivaifa
IndigestSoit and Impurity tSlood
I.' i .... 1' 11 y..re itw . Ailywtt (V.myA.. Httr.m
lm. Ati.i : i have used your PilUwiUrextraoraiy snctiw
sxtraor-Hnaiy sticcisa 1
iv mv i .nuivn'id :imon2 Uiose i am Ciiiiwi
To l-i,i;.:iTO tlie OrtaillS
of dijri stkui and purify llj4e - tbaic, I
v I have ever known, ami l.'cati unJi",
di-iiilv recvnimeuU tLcni to mv friend. Tours, 3. IIlMt-.S
Warsaw, H'tomix Co., K. T4' Oct. iU. '
run Sin: 7 :vm using your C'1hartie Piiis in my practice, mijl
find tii..).i .in cxtall-Mit uraativ to cleanse to Bystem aud pU
31KACTTAJI, 31. TV
Ervsineias. Scrofula. Kins
's i:vil, Tetter,,
i ii mors, ana saii imeuiu.
r, rm a f'..rvvrti,:u Mr.chunl of ft. Louis, ft. 4 l.r..
Ttt. Aykr: Your Pills a rhe'iUB'spna of all that. Is Ki-eat
ti, Tlitrv havecuied mv Utile Uautrltter OI iiciro.ion
upon h r hand? and f-et. that hail prcv, d incurable ftr vcniij
her mot her has been lunir p-ievously afflicted with blotctios anl
niimil -s on lifr i-km ami in her hair. After otirvliilcl waucai:
!,! trb-d mr Pills, and thev have cured lien..
Ilherimatism. Xenraljria. and Cout.
Jfri'm the If. ii r. Jl ir of tlv JWiwil .W-. VI trrJ
1'I I.ASF.I Il'ilSK. SAVANN4H. 61, Jail, t), lfeiiU
IIosnr.ED Sia : 3 should !. uiiKratefnl for rite relief your si
has liiim -ht me if I did not r. nuit mv case to yoiu A cold ,
ti.-.l in my liini s unci tu-nuvht on excnwiaiinp iiei;ralK;a pnfil
whicli end. il in chronic rlienmatisni.. Notwithstondun; 1 Yl...
tl't- l.csi nhi.-i:t:.s. i lie diervspe rcw worse and worse, untilj U.
the ..civile of y.i!r cxrcllcnr. rcnt in l;itHimoie. lr. 3lacketrL
I iv.ni y.nir Vills. Tli. ir. eflects were slow, but sure. ly ptt :
ssveviaij iu the use of then! 1 am now entirely well. - g
Senate Chavbir, Uatox RofOE, La, 6 Pec, lS5.rf 4
Tip.. Ateb : 1 have beon entirely cmcd by your 1'ills of lluf :
tnatic Gout painful disease that had .ifti ii ted me fi r year
VI. CKNT PL1 lli-LlJ '
For lropsy, Tletliora, or kindred OW""1
jiiuiiiti iv.iJiiring an actire purge, tuey am au exctr.
Ftir t'otvfnes or Constipation, and
Dtnnti Pill, they are agreeable and effectual.
Fits. S!iiureision, Paralysis, Itiflamroat
an.i cvtn l a I : sh and. Hwrlial liliniliicss, hav.j
run-. i I.v the ait.-rative action ot tiiese t ins.
M..Ht of the jiills in market contain 3Jorcury, whMi,ah!Pt
a aluahie. rented v iu skilful hands, is dangerous iu apulilf'eeii
from the dreadful consequences tnat inHiiwntqr iuiiow its I . ,
tious use. Iheso coutain no mercury or mineral Slillmjfh, :.,
whatever. -. , I pill.'..
FOB. TUE RAPID CURE OF
COT GIIfS, COLOS, HfittRSENESS, ISF
ZA, BKOSCH1TIS, WHOOPING CO
a n..l fr tho relief of consumptive patfsnts in adTi
of the Uin:i-e.
We iKH-il not st.ak to the rtil'lic of its virtues,
evn-v town, and ulniost every hamlut of the Amtf
. , .- . i ...... i 1 T
ltf, woml.'l-IKl (Miles oi iiuiinonurjr t:oiiijiniiji uiiw
i-.-u.l .- ttmv.ii Xrv. few are the families in auv
trv "n this continent without some personal ex
i-ffict: and letter jet the communities any wn
it al- :.
mt nin.intr them some living trophy of its victor;
tie and duncerous d'seiises ot tlie throat and lun
i'W most- powerful nntiilote yet knowu to man ti
t.le and dangerous diseases oi the pnlmciuiry o
ie snb- n
the pleasantest and safest remedy that can be e
ile it is .'
lams and young persons. tarents wiunni naj
nn i da-
aj;aiiiwt tlie insidious etemy that steals upon tnT
T e n..-e inn: ijiiau L f;n.niiiut i o. utile c luc vu
pav-a iv. -r- n'res Sv t!jc roni:mn!ons it preven
i-ui.-r.. IL. ep it liy you.anil ci.i-e yjur Cuius while1
lit', nor netlert them WTItll no iiutiui
oxoratile canker that, fastened o the vitals, tats !
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorder. w
know ti the virtues ot this remeay. we need not
a-Mne them it is still made the best it can be.
mst. no care, no toil to produce it the most perfect,
thus afford those who rely on it the bent agent, wil
can lurnish for Their cure.
spare co ,
ible, and .
,.l. SJ9r -
rEEPAKED BY DR. J. C. ATE
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowe
A JSTD SOLD bT
S. J.. KIN
Fetry 19, 1859. ly
, N. C.
State of 2orti) Caroii
Court, of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
Henry Braswell and others
Wheat Braswell and others,
Petition for sale of slave for Part,
It appeariug to the satisfaction of th L. .
Wheat llraswel!, Ashley Braswell, Lot tinn.
and barling Braswell, are non-iesidents Q 2, t t. t
Ir is therefore ordered that publication befjft? n
v,..h n,ri;;., .. ..v.k.i, : )t ' Braswell,
i., .i iu uiiiniiiiiiiii, c pujjci pauiimivru ill
ta eiteviile, A. O., lnr six weeks, notirvi
fendants to irinear at the next Term of this
held at the Court House in Lumber ton. 'oif P
Monday in August next, then and there f
swer or demur to said petition, or ' jadgmre
fesso will lx- rendered, and the same hear
as to them. ' -
Witness, John II. Hartman, Clerk of our
at Otlioe in Lumberton, the 23rd day of
ourt to be
plead a 11-
it pro eon-
J. M. HARTMAN
June IS, 18.19. -w-fit. pr. adr
lay, A. D
State if IMortl) (Earotirf
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, I
1859. . -: ,
Joseph Thompson, Adniitistratd
Alexander H. Fulmore andotherf
. Petition for sale of Real Estate
It appearing to the satisfaction Of the J
Peter Hai lie. and wife Ann, Joseph Fulr
MeTyer, and wife Caroline, the heirs at 11
beth Towiisend. and the heirs at law of Jo
all reside beyond the limits of this State :
fore ordered that publication be made in
Carolinian, a paper published in the Town
pt Is there
Ville. N. C. for six weeke.--it-.tif3r.
to be and appear at the next term of iu
held at the Court llom-e in Lombert'
Monday iu August next, then and the I
swer or demur to said petition, or joO
If !Nt too 4tn
j tr&Au w ui ue iciiucieu,. uaa i,ue SaOMs.. JJ1
J : 1 1 1 .. . . 1 1 - . .1 '-iTll
v v to plead an-
as to them, . - .
Witness. John M. ITartman, Clerk of q
at Office in Lumberton, the 23rd day
1 ". J. Al. llAKTAll
r iM Court:
June 18, -6w - pr. of ad
ii tatc of ortl) Caroli
In Equity. . .' ;
James Braswell. Solomon Butler and. wi
1 n.11 1 ' M- ii.ii . . . . .il
uei iiiiier ami wue mniy. iiiiteoni 1
wife Nancy, Kenneth Braswell. Bel jje-ilfty, Sam
Wheat Braswell. Lotty Braswelijy ad
Darling Braswell, aud Allen Braswe Vr iiraawell,
Aaron Braswell, the heirs at law of. D.-t. i
deceased, whose names are-unknowi'-'.if-lS'". -at
law ...f Susan Braswell, deceaaeaj-t?WTO,I
are unknown. . : , rjttie Jieira
It aiimjarinfi' to mv satisfaptinn tht An
an.i iimiiosif n. i.r 11 .1. l t
are unknown, and the heirs of Saftan Bnsr'ifc6n
eu, who marrieti W Uliam Braswell. deceairl-ese
names are unknown, are non-residents-Of. tfciji
-oria i arouna. iney are nereny notinea.: app
the next Term of the Court of EQaiiTiioW
the county of Robeson aforesaid, at thrti
in Lumberton, on the 4th Monday in Septf intiei
and plead answer or demur to a Petition filed i.
Court aarainst them." for the salt- of a trnrt rif f.
and of whom sr-id plaintiffs and
at law; fctherwise the same will he heard
a decree be rendered pro con fmso again?
K. S. FRENCH, G.
Juno 18. 159.-wfit pr. ad
UVIL State, just printed and for
KJ " Camquxo'
read their KOcM. . ;4
S. - -j '
1 Tf "UOV I
) Site of
v ye. are neirs 1
I 1 , 1
f I1 ,jV' I
l m. 7
prgia tate JLiOttery,
1 " For the benefit of the
fj JASPER OUNTYr GEORGIA,
orized by Special Act- Legislature,
? 111AM ONE Prtllc Itt tVRY
MeKINXEY & CO., Managers.
. - - - -t--i
7,T?TC'T t-'.Hf-- J TNI T , fepXU.
HALVES,, QUARTERS, AND EIGHTHS
- is noi oitriox.
rrI l" t- Til l W7 "XT'
; . J.U Xirj lJuAll A.
A r1 ri s A VITJ7 D 4 V T V A T?G TrS TV 1859.
- !" t-'-" - -u " "
i! - - .-j- i . JJg TIIE
uPity of Savannah, Ga.
pCR J, . 2f TQ BE DKAWN AUG. 6,
LASS 3r,TA BE DKAWN
', C?jAil KJ Tit hp FIrawv
CliAtsS Z to be Drawn Aug. 13,
CLASS 33, to bb: Drawn Aug. 20,
XiS .34, to se Drawn Aug. 2i,
Priie of $60,000 is $.60:000.
5 PrUes of $1,000 are $5,000
2U.OO0 ;s 20.000. W
.10.000 i3 10.01 0. 2
. 5.t)t30 is 5,000. 2
4.900 is 4.000 . 2
S OOO is 3.000. 50
2.000 is 2.000. 100
1.500 is 1.500. 100
1.100 is 1 100. 100
luo are 10. 000
95 ate 9.500
8a are 8.500
4 Prlies of $-J00 approximating to $60,000 prize are $8.00
4 Prizes of 15J. approximating to 20.000 prize are C.0U
4Prizcs ct laS. approximating to 10.000 prize are 500
4- Priaes of loO approximating to 5.000 prize are 400
8 Prizes of 80 approximating to 4.000 prize are 640
8 Prizes of GO approximating to 3.000 prize are 480
8 Prizes of 50 approximating to. ?,000 prize are 400
8 Prizes cf 4.0- apppoxiiuatiug to i.500 prize are 32o
400' Prizes of- 20 approximating to 1A)0 prio are S.OOo
25 ,000 Prizes of 8 are 200.000
85,828 Prizes amounting to - -
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the
lowing rates, which is the risk :
Certificates of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets - 560
" " 10 Half " 30
" ' " 10 Quarter " 1;
- 10 Eighth " 7 50
: IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES.
- Enclose the money to our address for the tickets
ordered. on receipt of which they will he forwaided
by ist mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending in
any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers aud prizes will be sent
to purchasers immediately alter the drawing.
no r tea to coaaiSPOXDixrs.
Those who prefer not Bendidg money hy mail, can use
The Express Companies,
wherehy'money for Tickets, in sums of Ten Dollars and upward
can he sent us
AT OUR RISK AND EXPENSE,
from any city or town where there is an Express Office. The
money aud order must he enclosed in
(.overumeni Post dire Stamped Envelope,
Or the Express 'ompnnii'S cannot recnive them.
All communications sirietly contidental
Orders for Tickets or Ctrtiticates. by .wail or Express, to he di
McKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga.
-, Ju-ly 9, 1859. -tf
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.
HE undersigned have been appointed by the
General Commissioners in balLsbur3 to re
ceive subscriptions to the Capital Stock of the above
Company, and have prepared a Subscription Book,
wad ar readv to receive the same, on application to
J. II. Rceey at the Rail Road Office.
A. A. JNlClvLltiAJNr
J. M. "WILLIAMS,
J. A. AVORTII,
JNO. M. ROSE,
Fayetteville, N. C. July 2r 1859. tf
N FRIDAY, the 5th of August next, by virtne ot
a Deed of 1 rust to us, mane oy jonu a. Mc
Donald, lor purposes therein speciliea. w e win sen at
his residence, all his property consisting of about
Four Hundred Acres of Land, Stocks. &c, the Land
is valuable without improvement some good swamp
land ; up land good and well timbered, situated about
1 miles west of the Fayetteville and Coal Field Rail
Road. 25 miles from Fayetteville. The sale is posi
tive and made to close the Trust. Terms at sale.
l. McN. Mcdonald,
. July 7, 4t w
r . SEVER DEBILITATES.
IT IS COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS,
and has become an established fact, a Standard
Medicine, known and ap- t,.t. and used in such quan
proved by all that have Jl iitiesasto act gently on
used it, and is now re- S the Bowels,
sorted to with conUdencc H1 Let the dictates of your
in all the disease for 50 judgment guide you in
.-Viir-h it. ia recommended. M use of the Liver Invigo-
It has cure thousands Orator, and it will cure
Within tho last two years Liver Complaints. Ilil-
who bd eiveu up all K lious Attacks Dyspepsia,
hopes of relief, as the
M Chronic lMarrucea, fcum
O mer Complaints. Dysen
tery, Dropsy, Sour Stom
v ach, Habitual Costivcness
Acholic, Cholera, Cholra
O Morbus. Cholera Infan
50 turn. Flatulence, Jaun
r . . , -
numerous unsoncneu cer
tificates in my posse sion
The dose must be adop
ted to the temperament
of the individual taking
dice. Female Weaknesses ana may ue useu niuiw
fil'l f g V'1 Orfnnrv Family Medicine. It will cure
minutes, if two or three Teaspoonfuls are taken at
commencement of attack.
JAll who use it are giving their testimony in its favor.
4?Mix water in the Mouth with the invigorator, and
swallow both together. I'rice one Dollar per bottle.
O atliartic Pills,
Pore Vegetable Extracts, and pat ap in CUSS CASES
Air Tght, and will krep iu any climate.
"the Family Cathartic! C The Profession well
Pill is a gentle butactivej felnnow that different Cath-
Cathartic, which the pro
u artics HCl on luereui.
prietor has used in his
K portions of ihe bowels
1 n-1 . a : 1 . . . il
practice more than twen
; The constantly increas
ing. demand from those
who have long used th
Pill and the satiefact ioi
which all express ia re
gard to their use,
induced me to place then:
within the reach of all.
fl 1 ne iniuiiy
The family Cathartic
'Pill has with due refe
rence to ihis well esiab-
f a c t. been com
O p. unded from a Variety
w'ofthe purest Vegetable
Extracts, which act alike
C on every part oi me a-
C limentary canal, and are
CD good and sate in all cases
whee a Cathartic is neec!e I. such a - derangetrents of
the Stomach. Sleepiness. Pains in the Back and Loins
Costiveness, Pain and Soreness over the vi hole body,
from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, ends
ia a long course of Fever, Loss of Appetite, a Creep
ing Sensat on of Cold over the body. Restlessness,
XI 1 acbexir. -axichtJiuth.e head, all mnammauiry
jeuf-lWt-Jriner,of Ike Blood and many upases 10
vhicb flesh is heir, to" numerous to mention in mis ad
vertisement. Dose, 1 to 3
PRICE TUB EE DIMES
The Liver Invigorato-- and Famnily Cathartic Fills
are retailed by Drnggest generally, and sold wholesale
by the Trade in a i the large ,.,uns
tS. T. W. SAFOnD, M. D.v
Manufacturer aud Proprietor,
336 E roadway, Kew York..
1 1 XX of Good suited id
Cl-3 CVO CV?
A HOVEL ST1ZXE
DEDICATED TO THE GREAT GUESS PLATER
FOR SALE AT THE "BAZAAR OF FASHION.
FayctteTilTo, April 23. -tf
AMES M.AKTINE is now receiving a large and
general assortment of everything in the above line.
A prime article of Rio, Eaguira and Java COFFEE;
Crushed and Browu Sugar ; Sugar House Syrup and
All of which is offered on as good terms as can be
had in this market.
Nov.. 27, tf
The Old Dominion
TTAVING become indispensable to
all who have
tested its value
AFRESH SIPPLY ,4
Has been obtained, among which is a lower-priced ar
ticle, viz : viz 2 qt. at 1 50 and 3 qt. 1 75.
TRIVETS For this Coffee Fot (or boiling vessels of
any sort,)at 25 cts., IRON COFFEE. TOT MATS,
(or stands) at 15 cts.
' We record our own opinion formed only by d-ink-ing
the coffee made in this Coffee Pot ; but those
more immediately connecsed with its preparation, are
perfectly delighted with the simplicity and economy
of the process." Southern Guardian, Columbia,
For sale at the
W. N. TIL LIN Gil A ST.
May 141359. -tf
rnllR very thing that was needed in Fayetteville a
i sky lisiht Photoirrapbic ualery C. M. Vanorsdell
takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Fay
etteville and vicinity thai he has opened his splendid
sky-light Salloon opposite C. T. IJaigh & Sons Store,
where he is prepared to give as good likenesses ascan
be made North or South, having had a long experience
in the Photographic Art and being determined to let
none but good pictures leave his galery. lie hopes 10
receive a liberal patronage Phonographs Ambrotypes
Mellaneotypes, Cameotypes, &c.
Those for whom our fond emotions cherish,
Secure the shadow e're the substance perish.
Come all ye fathers and mothers
Come all ye sisters and brothers
Come all ye lovers and friends,
No longer now delay
Come to Van's Saloon and get .
Tour pictnre Before you are called away.
Likenesses neatly set in pins, rings. Bracelets. &c.
Instructions given in the Art. Stock for sale.
Likenesses taken at short notice of sick or deceased
persons at their residence. Also 1 udscapes and views.
April, 30, tf
T RUNK S,
MAY BE HAD AT
Two doors below
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V FAYETTEVILLE, K. C.
May 7, 1859. tf
-Bethlehem' Male Academy.
THIS INSTITUTION, located five miles west of
Carthage, in Moore County, in a moral and social
neighborhood, will be opened tor the reception of pupils
on the Second Monday in July. Tuition. $7 50, 12
and $16 ptr session. Board $7 per month.
July 2. N. D. J. CLARKE, Principal.
A Word To My Old Friends.
THOSE persons for whom I have been attending to
Banking businness for years : I am still willing
to serve ypu with the same promptness that I have al
ways done ; and to others that may want discounts.
Pension business, Ac, Ac. I offer my services, with
a promise of strict attention JAS. G. COOK.
June 27. J55. tf
KSOOURAGB HO 31 Fi
that he still keeps on, hand
SUPERIOR ASSOliTMEST OT
Paddles, Bridles, Whips. Trunks,
Traveling Bags, and Ilaraess.
made of the latest styles and best
quality for sale cheap, live doors
ciiit of the Cape Fear iiauk, &outh
t v 1
rammtmme7nr rMn reDecl.'uli I fn.
I HIS U 1 UI 1 I I I 111 U II MM
L. hi' i 'V
Tsreand treneral STOCK
trade, consisting: of &
ta.pl and V
Boots and Shoes, with a
ptTtry thing desirable in
Prime Family Gro
?Hea ilways to be had
Goods sold at the lov
S prices for CASH, or cx-
changed for country pr
August 28, 185S.
ASSETS h25l 618 62.
THIS Company bAsp in. ipperation more, than
six years, and hadri jjJ it Fire losses, araouut-
averaging its member) but tper cent.
Amount of property fe y insured, $ 1 ..r'l. 4.00.0 1
Amount premium-np4iow On handr 217,7li,s.08
DIM TORS :
D. A. Ray.
11. L. Myrover:
N.. A- Stedinan,
S. J. Hinsdale,
T. S. I.utterloh,
JU A. McKetliau.
James G. Cook,
Ai AV. Steel,
Hon. J. G. Sbp-pl.erd,
B.F l' row n i I min rftrn.
0T CERS :
GEORGE JtiNJ (LL, PKESIDENT.
P. A. RAYi J CE PRESIDENT.
C. A. McMji. SECRETARY.
. Collins and C C. .fajHrummen. Ti a vcllitip: A gents.
figF- The Compaj" avite applications.
Slav 19. 1859. f ivlv r
X UTTEm, t, Oirs L 1SK.
TEA M EH 'FANBTi ,' leaves Fayetieville ever?
S3 Monday and. ThtfrfrHV moruiuir. at. minutes
after Sun rise; and Vffl lirigron. Tuesday and Friday,
at o'clock. carrvliip paascngers and freight.
Steamer -SOUTlEl NEK,"' with a full comple
ment of Flats, m.ikei p re or mnro trips per week, ax
circumstances may ieq ! ire
The accident to ti; .Steamer "ROWAN" will b-.!
repaired in a few daara. She will then t:ike her placfc
in the line. I s T. S. LL TTEIiI.dll.
Oct. 9. I -if
:E A: 15 A It . 5.' M,
I very fine Plo; k of M'l.'lNG
4 RE just receivilsr
IL AND SUMMER GOODS, co s sting oi .Mi n
Borsr and Yoiths' ftf iTS, PAATAMlOAS AM Vt.S'lS
Alsoja'j-ne assortment of
Plain and Kiufisyi
ft 4 1 J-iaiiilkeichii'i's-.
ki l Ac. Ac. A-c.
Warranted to scll!ov?r than any Clothing Mi rehaat
Store, two doorsJjfcK-ve "Carolinian " Office.
Fayetteville, M.iraUd, 1859. -tf
TfX'tU Ali I , c.
hand, a larfy-sortment of l'o.v awl conk
lv Stoves; lin-wj.'; StieetJron : l.ewi i'i !--.
so the " Old Ioltoi O Cofl'rr l u'." I nv mi!.
Nov. 27. JAMF.S .V.i:T!N3:
OPEIIM. Ii.fi.e.i lArd. Liiiseeil and 'I a 11 n r's
O WHITE LEA i j'.urnfng t in;.! ; l-utiy ; Wiu-i-- -.
Glass and Sash offiuisizes.
f' '' j ALSO
A fresh supjplv of Pond's liiu Def-trovrr.
For sal e by J. S. -M A U '1 1 N K .
Nov. 27. tf '
FAYlffkviIJ K "iI(iTI-.l.,'
T. AVAjDMLL, PROPUIETtHl.
rPH'iS. the most commodioiir- J I . L
.Jl, 4 'i North Carolina, ti onting :tio
6i'uon Hay ami J)on.ild.-in sin 1 ts. is
ificri.ed in tlie centre of the lusi nc-s
nort.ion of the tobvuiand surrounded by nil the bunk-
inr houses, wholteab merchants and l.rincii al i.ro
duce dealers. t j
7fS Business fue
will Ond the Hotel a con yen ie'j .
uml comfortable lio
All the Stagesmr ive ano uepari
Fayetteville. An il 2, tis'.O.
from this Ilrtel.
Dr. Franfkf'iUiant's Hye Whiflty.
MITCIIEfiM 'as made an iing liients villi
Friink Wllttii.ns. to be constantly supiiTk il
his celebrated IEYJ ! WHISK El , which can he had at
his Store at all iis, by vholesaie or retail.
Oct. 111. lf5fcH J tf
HcTlTftTfjcold and Silver
TTOW to make j: easy and cheap.
end a ."' cent
i.L stamp. ac, i;et full particulars how
No 25 West l:';tii Street,
New Yoik City.
MORf NEW GOODS!!
fel! - :
I AM JUST RlJCtVINO MV SPRING STOTK OF (iOODS
in my linr. "h y were fu-lei'tnl in tm- Ni.tln rn I iti. l.y
mynrlf. with grc t cure, and t.outrht on the mit rcasinnbie
tirins. hy which liiinabted to nfT- r tin- lar-juft Hli.rk 1 m r b
fore offered to thfpi jlie. and to o.T.r thi-m gcnus-nlly
AT GKE,LV li:i)tJCLl) PRICES.
DA1SONS nr.tr l'SES..U'PLKH. I.KMUNS. Oli.VM.KS
PICKLES. 0lUiLIES AND I'RESEHYES,
fe ji GREAT VAIIIKTV ;
PERFUMERIEA'I EXT H ACTS OK VAHIOIS KINDS ;
faacy Soaps and Poinad-s :
M U Bib A h 1 N ST I i U M E N TS
fior.cca. Lnt.2ai jrf rty.f lutks.ha.jos: oliI a US, SuC.
Wing Cant R of tTery kind ;
BA SEE f: O IV WA II E
ft ii Hobby liorfes. ;
NUTS ; FINE
J43 CO.V;VO CAMHKS: SARDl.NKS
. il UKlpn A MJ I II KV l.Mi' 1 OBAI I ft-
INEPOCKl-T KNIVES: A l.AlC;i.
E;3T OF lOll T-NiONAIES. SOME
IfE; FANCY ENVKl.OCKS. AND
fi.OODS. TOio AND YANKEE
fWNS; AN A.SSORT.Vl .NT OK
IX KUUtlltiUUDS. W i 1 I S.
C1BS. USHI.NO TA KLK.
Tbe public ai
pfcliol.y inTit-a to rait una rxiiminr mv
stock. I hare
jlbt many LanJsoiui; things tba canii,t fail
JA.MrS H LEE.
Hot 1 Buildinp.
April 2, 1859.1
Xukelft Voung Negroes Wanted.
GENTLEI . Vou that have such property to dis
pose iff fl do well to jrive me a call, oi addi-rs
me at KayetCrle ; is weil understood that 1 pay
JuiiiN j. Atiil STI)NG.
March 19. a"- firm's
foliated with me, in this line. Mr John.
JL K. Dail
JU yle the firm ORliELL &
We have pj
biased the Steamer Southerner, and in
il hf a New Flat employed with her.
lil "',th their patronage may rely
t J.espitch, by applying to Mr. Da'iley on
- K. M. OU HELL.
a few days,
R. M. OTtTlELLi
March 26. 18'i9.
JOHN K. DAI LEY.
U E D S T EJ1 D S JJSTD C 11. UR S
For Sale at reduced prices, at the Auction Store
of A-.M. CAMPBELL.
Ag IU 1858. tf
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r Y'c at me I
I . Office 1