North Carolina Newspapers

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'2.0 .iLrcgjlo-ScLXon in.
ITALY FRANCS !
The Peace Every where Denounced.
HI? RAT EXASPERATION AT TURIN NAPO- j
LKON (. HAiKiKi) WITH BRING A TRAITUll! !
Fa hi-iii-k Point, Jrr.v 2S. The steamer Au-Io- i
S-.ixoi, from Liverpool, with dutes to the 20th ''for
guel.ee. passed here this crerviu. axi l was boarded
i. m- Bii-iu in i n- .'.ssiHKiKM l'i-es-.
sso.-5.-it...l !.....- 1
Tiere i. notion; additional l.y thin arrival in re
jrrd to the basis of the recently conclude 1 peace
LieLveer. l-'rer.ee and Austria.
The lei line; of discontent in regard to the peace
w.'ef.ppareiHly in ivasinjr. particularly in Italy.
The Emperor Napoleon had arrived" at St. Cloud.
Ti.e Ojicen of Portugal is dead.
1!.' Port's Paris correspondence says that both
Emperors are ennvineed that the luisis'.'or the con
clusion of peace which they hastily agreed upon is,
in many respects, imiu-.u-tiVahle.
'J'!ie r.n-li-h journals continue to ridiei.R
term - of peace.
'The Post. Lord Palmerston's orgn, attacks
proceedings at Villa Franca.
R'i the House of Simons Mr Hers mar save
ii e '-fa re.!ut:.a that works f-r the counirv's
the
the
110-de-
f"..
.ice
provide,!
Vrliaiiien
r otherwise than by
the annual
Vote of
r.-v--r-der.t .
:..; v -s An
id at Zurich
f 1 he T.o
o-i Times
i" A : :. : 1. Fra
ria, France and S.ir
;id conclude a treaty
i.ti--, the two Ihi:-h-
diilicultics with
o . ers.
1-
to he i.o L
I : ;
; 1 .
1 to have
a used
The
oniJi ovinieid ';t r Lance
.i ihiii, an I wheat lower.
;..;,iic;it of ihe L..iide.i Herald
,st activity is ;pp:;i'ent all a!on;
The Clui.nit-J -iK..-t is 1 imv; t'.-;-;i-
cd e cry three th e -and yard-,
on lent of the News ;.ys there
iidiiuid. and even indi -illation.
iO tc
rc-t m
e i'.'aiper
.r
1 t'oe ojonion ot ;
d on the i h
a: lived at St.
id i-e.-t. The F.i
! 1 ah o the la-lies
.- in waiting to
..;;r al the raiiw;:
t'orp-ai's ui.il'ti
id ready to ;cive
;i as t ;,e F.mnt ri
H classes,
it lisal "c
I ion 1 0.1
ipr.'-ss with
and osiic. rs
receive hi:
station tii
an, aod ha i
his father
r arrived he
rial Prince
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a v
the ho
of ihe
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1 laurel
on his
kissed
in his
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some
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to t :
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Fmpiess an-1
At noon,.
the
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sterling
s an I tea!
iii-tiui'c'l.
in :
. i e s oil
oilla tax.
buoyant,
en l eleas-
bee
Xa!
in s li
".til h;i
ii scrioers to tot .
..nil iiieir o' .li,'.d i
ne.v i.ihii-d r.' i':.-
1 at T-
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IliiiliS
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wai
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cred
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CGlili!.
of llerliii
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EL
TVO DAYS'.LATER
K7C V.
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i.k. An;,'.
-U'lii
ti;, unship Persia
i pia.l. with dale
irrived
lo the
oro'iia; Irom 1c
;in;l t.ii) iiiiys Inter news
i ii'i'i. ace al a ; .i ll is e.
.ai. 1 i is i:..at!ii that
I i .1- i ..-e.el ii t w! t !i ill.
N..pinuL. s exphnitiuu
eel ''d tc. meet in
d. i will not lie
'.eriii.- (.1 Peace i
a: e not re-iLssur-
.lit
at-d.
ited.
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LIVEPOOJ. iMAUXKT.
l.IViCUi-oi.L. July 2:'..
Cotton Decliii. d I 1. bnt the niark'-t was tirmer at
ih.-cio.-e. Hales f.-r tin- week liu.ni n bales.
Fair Oi lcans, s.id . il.d.Uiiie; Orleans. 7d. Fair
Uplands, 7 jd. Mai.iiiae; t"j, lands. Hl,.-!i;d.
- Stock at Liverpool li a iiiu.uaii bales, of which f.20,
t)0 1 ii.i.es are Aineiacan. Tin market clo.-ed i-t. ady.
Floor, ilnl af I0" a i'i" :d.
W in at. advanciu. n.d in morr d -luaii.l at it u ad
vnece of 1 a 'Id.
Corn I la an advancing tendency,
l'rovlsioas Hitvc a.d :Ciiaine tendency,
hosin. nrui. and L.rUet generally uucUanacd.
S, t- Turpeatiue Ij.'.s a fclis.
:.i . . dun.
Qjiiiola for cipaY closed at Oil a 9IJ-
Arrival of the Kangaroo !
ONE DAY LATEH FROM EUROPE! !
St. John's, July 30. The steamer Kanjrarno
lias passed here with Liverpool dates of the XUt,
at nmii, via tdueensdown.
Ti e eottou market, was steady, closing with a
better tone The estimated wales ou Thursday
"l-rt" 'lM, 1alo!?-
nremVtufE quiet, br.t sales wore unimportant.
Provisions dull and generally unchanged.
t onccls closed ai a I'D.
The conferance to prepare the
meet at Zurich in about U-11 days.
lii:..ii
i
Nkw l.ll.LEANS, AlliT. 1.
Mexican Affairs. The steamers Iudiaiola
and Arizona, with Rrazos dntes to the CUih. have
arrived. They bring $7:2, Odd in speei", and Tam
ico dates to the "dtii. De Gol'at'.o was at tlie
latter place actively engaged in preparing for a
new campaign, Garcia was at Ma'iaiiioras. Jua
rez's decree t i.i.iisi ;iiing the chun li propertv, had
been rithas;astie;,l!y . reel i i d in Northern Mexico.
A Conducta was oil the way to Brownsville with
OdU.OlK) in specie.
'Two hiiudred and thirty deaths from 3 ello-.v fe
ver had occurred at Reynosa.
"Washington, August 1st.
Col. Sitn Johnson, one of the editors of the late
1 Wa-ddnetaii I'nion, who several niuiiUis ago was
appointed consul to Havre, has tendered his resig
na'i.'Ti. Tile olliee, however, is not open for com
petition. So numerous have been the applications fir situa
tions in the Census I! urea it already become, (halt ir.
; order to facilitate re-pon-es thereto, prhded ihrins
' have been ;: 1 pu'vd, statin; that no addition il 1 leri
cal force will ben-quired until next year,
j Secretary Toucev has returned from his northern
! tri;i. " " !
! A letter received fiain
rehire Floyd, from V
Springs, stiiles tiiot his health is idowdy im- I
THE EE HAVS EAT EE.
IM-ssat isfiii' I vlli& I'l'aia' lui'rraiii;.
Nt'W YonK, Aug. :$. The Cunard siemnsii!
Yr.-ia. Captain ,'iuikins. arrived this nn.rning with
iverpool dates to satr.rcuv. July
I
nee and Aus-'
ut one w ek :
The Pi-ace Confir. rice bet ween Fr
r:a, v.'as fxm-cteil to take place in al
i he Sardinian representative
nail
lot been named
It was 1
Su'-diuia.
du-ve
i that none
would
be present, but
s1
le 1
leases, will acquiesce in the Axis- i
gement in a separate uriie'u'. j
d that an Kuropean Peace Con-
1 in - French arran
1 1 was snpnost
mid meet al ter the terms of peace had been
ing !
1 1 is now ii il 1 tr.ed tha
lair the aruistii e, and coi
inal state of war with A:
The ciooet- 1 t with, ti
uaabati din i t d v.
Nap:.l"Olls iojl st exv!
re -. ; ss u ri ii g c 1 a ra e 1 1- r .
Tasenns- has showed
tin n id" the ( I ra-.t .! 1 :ke
aridnia s:g
; lentlv is'i
,1
I
anations were 11 d of a verv
ity to t he ri
i-ioiiid eiov
! v taken o
.ml the IV.
11l.tr veie t
eminent had threi
a
:e su'
t has ; 1.
e.V 1
to
u r. ge
looii,
TI:
:it A.
Fevieral l-'or
pe.
gn pi
-.- had l . . 1
I'd-: a-::. ,-;
cries.. !.:!.
de-lit with pi
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n to o,:'cr
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d: -
V
l.n:lan i.
1 increase 0
ft!
e m.-oini
1 toe cotura;;.!
idetit at Paris.
for the Ainha.-s
eieon said Eur-.;
eiiiueiicein . :
; iude a nace s
Vance wer-- sat
Ti.
;vas ip.
the Nu:
;.-t to 1
e as '
i- ci i i
: ol I
dd i
he irusted
tiv.t
:.V t'L'i K V j:i.Ke.l iijXA
I' -:
i- very . !..-
i Iri m il,
U.i ii. .lew
f. !!
In t!
hive
f:-".n
bei
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lb
n r,:t.
Nr.
1 ist -- -i .n.
eons-ricteii
Urn ,UU n, f.r
this stuii-n.
., was ,.:' !
n .nd. to t ih--
w..rk. by the
r sonic weeks
uern-e ii.
e has .-.itlden-
d tl.::t i.is- hid
s : ; 'l ; .ri..ted s'
..ii'!... ',, ne.-r tin.
Pinei-i it.'.ii ef th
:'. 'CHI f,,r th'
Navy V; "d,
niariries cn
-,;ir, ic-vfir
lcwr.rth. L. S. M. (
!!. where he was in e en
1 -i ; ; ic i hi tin h-nee "t tin
he N ivy, nr. 1 bus been f
h.nse in wnitin r to com
t.n- t'..r the -iiperstrn -tr.
.,') rst ,-,-.;,'., con- iie-i
ml 1 'j: ! in t ! ii in :
.:.!.!. i ::A the nevf
verv seri'cis !cs.-.
i,iirhc-.i i ;:.: r, ;:(
the work. M i ior hvttlewnrtti is
i:-o to Wnshhvton of S-.-.n-t.-iry Tou
., ;i- to r., o -" lin j;s :;!': r liu w alls
n s;; dl he tini-bed by t iov. i ni.ient.
! n are eniployed, and this jn.rt
'ui ..rcscciited n it only as expt-ii-
;:s ; j is .villai! ,s 1 nt with .'in es-ci-!..:.i.-n.Ub!e.
.V.' Y. Di .Yew.
I.r. r N woin ti ( "it-.
s.Tbe Kansas 0
.- con 1 1 1 . 1 1 -; 1 its 1 i'i
-morrow. The Cot
, Ji.iy -J".
.iistit ut ional
and will
stitutioiv lis
: i
1 il s
;rn t
d.ivci-y. 'ml diii'crs fro
t!
iii as much as it does not extend
i;-e to negroes. The State Legisla-'T-i'npreseiitativi-s
and -I setiators.
-I 'ommiltee of the Convention" have
..i :.s tempornry capitol. the city of
Ui'liil Uistre.;
t i,.r ri .i.t oi' s
1 1. re consist
The hiwini
lected IVna
Law i
nee belli-' a onmetitor for the locatio-n. In-
die items no-.v are that tin
siitnt'ein will he vigorous'
r.-v-y its strong n, .' is'ire.-
ratification of the Con-
- opposed hy the Denio '
heing aim ''..tio'.i of the
f free nccroes. in-ohil.ilioii
i I i iite llistri -t. exclik
i
of
.ill
-c-es.
es rvatioii of" the present wesSorii
includes tlie gold regions, and all
a d a -ite l.
)'nmd:u-V.
:f whi h h
i ,
Don'tbe
; don't k
a loafer d in'tcall yourself a
cn loafer's company don't
o n i e r
ha iiir
: about loaliin
I not! ii; x and
' I'
bo;
aces- Hotter work
hnrd b r
d yourself, than sit
a rot
'iy
S'li'ir
1 . :; '. 1
after day or stand around corners with
hands in your pockets. Hotter for your
mind better for your own prospects.
Hustle about
if you mean to have any toing to
bustle IKiout lor.
P'l.T'K. II incF.
n
Aii.r.oAn. Wo pee by tlie
1-rnukiin, ,(ii-t.!i Carolina Onserver, that two;
county meetiners have been held in NoriV Caro-!
liini one at Fr.a nk lin , in .Vacon county, the!
other in Haywood at which Ktronj; resnliuioiis :
in favor , of tho JJ'ue Hidge Kail road were'
passed. It was resoived at each to send iifty '
delegates to the Tiiiinel Ili'I mass meeting, j
They promise to give their best aid to the en-I
terprise, and declare "that they are for the i
due Ridge iload, and southern cemuicice now
aim forever."
A Philadelphia clergyman the Uev. J. Cham-
hers
is very indignant with the newspapr-rs lor
say ir.
vu.l; iii.it .10 n.iie 1101110 110:11 lll.S e IIUICII Oil il
Sabbath day. Listen to his mild denial: "In the
nine than thirty-four years of my ministry' iii this
city. I defy any man who has any respect for him
self or the stifihi't.si if air,! for truth, to ;y ever
r-nti-red a carriage to rule home from my church.
I therefore charge tlie author of the above rtaie
nient as guilty of a willful and malicious falsehood."
Mile. Frezzolini is at Newport, where she will
CliC Will
Ls-atva
J
give a conce -t oa tne 5th of Aut.
cnga-ed for t ae tsoaiiog soaeoa.
t
Supreme Court
Opinions have been delivared since oar lost "as
follows: i :
liv Pearson, C. J. In Harry v. Graham, frm
Cleveland, juLlgenient of nonsuit reversed and
judgment for plaintiff. In McCoy v. Justices oE
Harnett, no error, procedendo ordered.
liv Battle, J. In State exrel, Chairman of
Common Schools v. Daniel, from Johnston, affirm
ing the judgement. In Wallace v. Boyd, in equity
from Beaufort, ,
By Boffin, J. In Morrison v. JVic.xeiu, iron,
- 1
Moore, ludirment reversed an
H venire ue novo. in
Montgomery v. ilm-ngton Kail ivoao, no,..
Hanover, uthrmtng the uugrneiu.
v. MeLeod. from Cumherlaud, affirming the judg
ment. In Ebon. v. Waldo, from Martin, reversed
and procedendo order.. In Oshorn v. Toomer, from-
l" . 11. T. I ' iilu:0
T. , . . 1 . a. I , l J rl II n i I
Ouiltord, re vers ! ami proaeuenuo
ifli.-ming the judgment. In j
l.i.ivenport, irom A-nc, aim 1:101- m j- -r, - ; 1
Davis v.
declaring
t n ,,i-d..i .n-i-ooeOUS. In
in equity, from Craven, demurred sustaiuei. uu
1 Craven, uemuricn ;
In McNeely v. Steele, in equity,
ismissing the hi!!- In Burnett vv
bill dismissed
t'rom IretlelL di
'Thompson. Petition. iVc, Petitioner upon entering
into bond for double the recovery, is entitled to
his writ. In Ildiiard v. Wilmington Rail Koao,
iv .. Vwl. :., l.vm,vit i-cversi-d and iudirmeiit tor
defendant. I n State v. M-vi!le, i 10111 liaimix. uec-
. . 1 - I.. J? . . .-I ... i v r 1 sll
.anog riiar mere is no eri r. in i .o. .- - ,
er. in equitv, from Craven, reversed.
In our last paoer it was sotted that in the Case
id t ie State v. t 'hri.-tinas. from Orange, and ot the
Sr.re v tdovd. from Meeklenhui-ir. the Court, had
decided there was no error. This was a mistake
lt' the Colllpor.-itOl"
ill h-ih instances.
Vwiv Jib.U h-ivo liHi-lt ,-rau.ta-l
i Groidea Wectding.
Tito gveat social event of the day, the mar-
nage (or we should say, uie aiiiauce. since 11
age (or we should say
is to lie conducted ou a royal scale ot niagudi-
ccnoe 1 iiclwccu tiie cuuan nuiuon iire, oenor
O , : i ul the fair Amcricaue, Aliss B
is to be !
celebrated ou or about the middle of next
month ; first in Orr.cc Church, to conciliate 1
tiie Protestant i.rehidices of the bride, and af-
teru-anl with imnressive disiday. at one of the !
lloman Catliolic cathedrals. The srolden wed-
ding has liecn post, eroed on account of the re-
cent severe illness .'if the bridegroom, as well
as to await tlie arrival of a ouk hundred iliou-1
.... . -1 . .1- f , , . I I
sun;t tinMiir tn iiiai present, nam ,um, 10 oe pre-
sented by t he gentlemnn's sister to her prospec-
. . . . "
ttve s.Ster-lil-law'. So tifl i Man a V" 7t. V1 1 il HIS !
xtv years and his fo'ir miilions of. dollars, lias
1 and aim of !
-en h;
many 1'h
had-"lin g
heiresses
more ; hat a va.ir
10 em
"ih avenii.j matrons on behalf of their
.Ian . i.ters .-. id of ni inv I-'i f t h avii n ne I
I
on tin ; r o'.vii behalf; but the atnbi
ti-
:opes of these
hnv.isrci-s ami belles have '
!)V a vouii r lady ontsid-j '
". ... 1-1 1. :
been s.idly
! heir " set,
crushed
poru
laiess iierii.ius, nut r.cu 111 ner
s 'Ventecti
and lier t
viro-in aft
years, her,
all, graceful li
ctions.
E u g e 1 ie -?i k e f e a 1 1 1 r e s ,
;ure, to say nothing of
Tiie
.O;; i'-, s 1
suspicions b'etiiling of these k:ndred
i .tes from last Ne.v Year's day, when
inder the genial influence of the season, gener
mis fortuns led li s prancing steeds, his j'ellow
; iiitei-jiveur, and his goiden self, to the house
' irraiiiated hy her presence ; since which time,
.idler a sp iv and successful courtship, the ar
dent loverhas p! ied t lie curiosity shops of Brotul-
e-aiv for e.lis worthy of
: Ad. lade' '
gohtcti tressed
I'.h'i.iv has sntij.'ded tlutii to the jolly tune
s x hn.nlrcd tiM.nsinddi.hnrs. to wit :
- One set
II ;'. i 1C ',
p ;n -( ,
and pearls, c-i-nsTslii.jr
-.i.iali, e:ir-rines and
! and diiiinoiids one
!)lie
(lie
et, b
t ojm
set e;
raids
d di
Is r luur superb tans, i
i dia.n.
wa n-li
six exquisite diamond ;
e-ii a t el. i me, woinlerfnl I
-pu.
:TiirrTr- T'".
j, n
too brdhant to enumcr
now !elnLr i
of pearls of i
be !;l.
:i I'.ic t n '.
ill j.-w
r I in
f(iii
, t.) I
l t'e sie ail. vl , a ,: - lie i s u!
ti.-e water ; and the
he one-! housatid-d.d-,
is to be cunipo.tad
A l'ea ;
::ir n;:
uf ora
, v i i , c ; i w.ii c i ) 1 1 . 1 1 : e
:u-'.e id' ;i n litii ial ve
'e;e biossnnis in jewels
el iliid s.l jip'i'ri' I i '.Vers
cii.i ra;u iea cs,
set iu irold :
-d:i.--,
- Tie- eo'.d d .th ! -v.- !-r b
"x lie sa a a ri s i.n iik her n ae ;
ir;d we may w.u-.l upwith the Ki.z ihethan item
o:' forty elaborate dre-scs, to be ' composed" in
1 i visit ty!e. After the weddhi-T and one week
of reception sticccedin it, nistcnrl of the usual
ticor, the happy pair will retire to honeymoon
;t in a " palatial" Fourteenth street residence,
in, which, with love's impatience, the fair flali-i-ee
is already installed, nuder the protection o!
her delighted parents.
In the iiutnmn, Seimr O. will introduce brs
S"i !c to his n vn Hilary laud ; ;.fier which the
o'av capitals of Europe, will be made brighter
l.v her advent and her diamonds, so they say.
7
l lb Ii i
cxaininatioii of the
prisoners :
W'i
Ih-i
;rs and Kemp,
nberl. I'iso.. i:i
barged witii s'iir.iing Itenrv
house of i!l-fi.iue on Sunday
ni
'ht.
the ban-fact of which we noticed yesterday!
if at ti.e 'o ut House to-day, before- His Hon-1
Mavor and siecial magi.-ti ate V. T. ami. I
or tn
The evidence as given 111 shows that Krainhert
v. e it to this house of ill fame on Su n'ay niht and
aim. st sinmltaiieoas'iV with his visit ws s th .t of the
prisoners Wigp and Kemp and seme few others.
'i'iiev were all drunk or had been drinking. 'I hev
h.-id'becn in the house but a short time when Krani
bel t took u a case knife from the mantle and flour
ished it before Wigjrs. Mrs. McClenny, th; keeper
i f the bouse ask.ed Kranibert for the knife which he
e;ive her. A quarrel theu sprang up between Kr.nn-
bert and IVi.
I Wiggs, accuse 1 la-.'.m'iert of trying t6 injure him
! with the knife, which tlie latter denied, saying,
'can whip you with my list an I don't want any
knife," or words to that i-fleet. Kranibert also deni-
ed having any intention of hurting Vf iggs with the
i knife "the best wa V be could, for be was very
I drunk," says the w ltncss. During the quarrel, i
Krambert went out but returned in a few minutes;
! hard words passed ; they clinched, fell to the floor,
; Wigirs on top, and w hen the Watch came in and
: sen . i ;ited them, Kranibert was-found wounded and
bleeding and very weak. The Watch searched
1 Kemp and found an open knife in bis pocket this,
i w itness s aid. had been brandished by him at an
oiii -cr while his back was turned: ZNo weapon were
found upon Wiggs, but a knife partly open with
blood upon it was found on the floor in another part
of the room. No one saw a knife during the sculfle
no oiu saw a blow siiven.
Krambert's case is considered quite desperate ; he
lies totally unconscious and speechless. It is sup
posed that the Mow near the temple caused compres
sion of the brain, as the symptoms attending this
ease are similar to those which always follow such
an event.
Wiggs and Kemp nre both young men. Jhis
ease was not considered a baliable one, snd they
were consequently sent to jail to await their trial at
the next term of the Superior Court. WtL Her
at J.
r...on,Q tv lioii.i-R Irom. One
of the most
shameful and cruel frauds that has been brought to
tlie puohc notice, is the stamping of boiler iron.
It is charged that iron of inferior quality has
been imposed upon boiler makers, and great de
struction of !if has been the consequence. Tae
Inspector of steam boilers, in New York, has ad
dressed to the Courier a card in which he expresses
his belief that the charges are true, but says that
parties who are cognizant of the facts have refus
ed to furnish him with tue information necessary
l.i.Q a ro-.i-innntioi-i noon. He Benin invite-
1 ' '--' l w - - - - 1 . ' ,
them to do so, and promises to institute proceeds-
. - D ...TT 1 : . i, -f:--t.
J UJJS, 6coU as no la tui llAJ-UU. YTiiu
Smith v. Beid, from Bowan, jmig-nent ieni.i,a P'-eiexi lor saying that these (iiieasurcs) have
and venire de novo. In Swain v. Sprmil, in equity been dictated by a desire to be re-nomisio td
from Vv'a-hington. In Wayne -v. bimmon.-, lu Respectfully, your friend
equity, from t Mu.wan, dismissing the bdl w.th costs. 3. 3 J('B
t,! 1 ! T 1 1 1 1 1 1 v. Oderdieim iii euiiitv trom Wayne, ... """ 1-LDIIAN AN.
A Letter from President Bncbanan.
Pittsburg, July 3fJv The subjoined letter
from Presides Buchanan, was received, this
morning L.y llwi. Wilsou AlcCandless r
Uedfoeo-Srinq3, 25th July, 185 9.'
My Dear Sir I. have received your kind
note of the 19th inst together with the leader
troin the Post. Whilst I-appreciate as it des
erves, the abilily and friendship displayed in
that editorial, I yet regret that it has been
publisned. My determination not, under p.iy
circumstances, to become a candidate for re-
election is Dual and coi.r-I.isivA
Alv IlPKt. ind
went and strong inclination- unite in favor of
this cotvrse.
To cast doubts upon my pre-drtermined pur
pose is calculated to iinuair my iuflueneR. in !
c-vrryiiig out important measures, and affords
A. Natural Well of Ice Water Remarfc-
atole Ice Stratum.
From the Boston Transcript, April 25. J
A gentleman of this city, widelv known as
an engineer and chemist of high rank, furnish
es an account u a remarkable stratum nf ice
in d:
gging a well in Vermont, which he
vISi tert and e.XxHiiined last Week, Uisdescrin-
. . 1. ... 1
w.-n ui nie ice
n agrees with an account ifiven bv
another of our citizens, who is a native of the
neighorliood, and who has inspected the well.
V'c' ' cunosity 1-9 see wiiellier Oog
1 Here is some curiosity to see whether d
"JS w" ''ilT(! '!" the cold Spnn
10 THE EDITOR OF THE 1BAXSCP.IPT t
An aiticte has been going the rounds of the
jja.jjers of late, under the liead-iofy of "Ice in the
iiarth." Having recently visited the spot
where the ice referred to was found, I will
state the facts as I learned tlicr.i, for the bene
fit of your readers, leaving it for them lo ac
count for the phenomenon us they think proper.
'!" h'tter part of last November, Mr. Andrew
A " eunoiy, 01 ut -cnaon, v t. commenceri to a g a
wel1 "t-'ar iiis house, sittiaied about a mile from
tlia center of the village of. Brandon, on a tol-
erably level plain Having excavated to the
depth of fifteen feet, through sandud gravel,
tlie workmen, came to ground frozen solid,
through which the continued to excavate the
farther distance of fifteen or sixteen feet before
unlhn., til t I. n f,-gim.A r.-it r.nl-
i6""u6 ""un" - ku"-
I At the depth of forty feet, sufficient water
! i,:.w. 1 .,r,..: 1 .i....n . .
" a "t5 uumiiii-n, iuc wen or smiim ui
llie usual manner. The character of the ground
W:ss the same throughout the whole distance
viz-. e:n'se gravel and sand th frozen portion
' " terspersed with lumps of clear ice. At the
time the well was dug, up to the present time,
lce forms in the wpII and incru.sts the stone at
rror.1 fifteen to thirty from the surface, and. th
c-.t t-T-t f tUn. n-l,l..l. It. t t . I t r. I'.itit
vi mo .uc., ..n.. ... m.. 1 , -u . y. .va.
below the surface of the ground, freezes over
every nhzht. On several occasions when-(he
buckeS ha-3 been left in the weil under
the ,
water over night, H has been found necessary 1
(o descend the well, a nd w it h a hatchet, cui
the ice iii order to extricate it.
IJOsCu'.i, April -2r.
J. II. B
How Snt Lcvegood Dosed his Dog.
When I were a boy, ray leirs not longer thru
John V.'er.twortlfs, d:id t'otched home a
irned, "
wnrtldesp, manjfv, llea-bittcii, grey old fox-houn',
g-no! fir niithirj but to Kawiler up w hat orter lined
the bowels uv i's brats. Well, I naturally luk a
I distaste to l.im, an:
jhurtuV lnv feehns, a
:m;l lieu a sor o hankering arter
an' discur.ifurtin ov him everj-
time ilaifs hack were turned. This sorter ker.t a
'. -k i . ".( e' h". - .d o. i.l sll r..lv
to pour cut, tiie fist inoshuii l.e feed me make. Ho
he hu nt to swalier tmn-j;s as h cm, and allers kept
his leirs well onder himseli' fur he didn't never k"iov
how soon lie moujrht want to use 'cm in totin' his
infurnul careuss beyond the reach, uv a ilyin' rock.
tJ. lcaovi:.u.tn wLu a a roek. m imliiin well, and
i lie never Ftopped to see who rlm;r it, but jist Iclt ins
head ily open to jrin a howl room to cum, and sot i
! his le2s ewhie the way his nose was a pintin.' He'd
shy round every rock he seed in the road, for be i
coked upon, it as a dummy to cum arter nim
sum d ly. 1 tell you, Gregory, that runnir.' sm the
tircatest invenshun on ye u ih, when used keerfuliy.
Whar'd I a hui by this tune, ef I hadn't relied on
these 'ere leirs ? l'yo see 'em V Iont 'mind you
of compasses nv.de on purpose to divide a mile in
to rpra: ters ? They'll do.
Well, one day, tuck a piii's b'.addir, niyh unto
the size of a din k's ai, and tilled it with powder
and corked it with a piece of spunk, rolled it up in
a thin skulp of meat, of meat, and sot the spunk
afire, and Hung it to him. He swallewed it a jerk,
and then sot to gettin away for do in it. I beard a
noise like bustin sometbin, and bis tail lit a top ov
my bat. His bead were aw ay down the hill, and
had tuck a death hold onter a root. I lis fore-legs
were lift v. feet up the road a makin runnin moshuns,
and Ids hind ones a straddd ov the fence. As to
rhe dojr bisself, as a dog, 1 never see l him agin.
Weil, dad llung five or six hundred omiir my
shnrt with a dried skin of a bull's tail, and gin me
the remainder next day w ith a wagon whip what he
liorrowid from a feller while he wur a watering Ids
horses ; the wagoner got sorry fur me, and hollered
to me to turn my beargin and sqiialiui into tust rate
i - e , 1 .1-1 lll,rtln..l 11. .V-
runnin, wnicii i em-yuiay uiu, anuuicuaii n- ho.-j
cd me about ten feet.
' -.-.r
i.vvknuo.n hui ' v
yesterday, says the New Orleans Daily Delta
of the lOth inst., a new invention to be placed
upon railroad cars, so as to enable them to
turn corners at rilit angles or nearly so. TIi,e
invention is very simple, and would astonish
almost nnd one with it simplicity. The whole
thiifg is done by the wheel, and nst by any
change in the axle, or by any improved fifth
wheel,-as most persons ' would be likely to
suppose. The iuventer is about filing o caveat
for a patent, and when that is secured, the in
vention will be brought before the pablie.
The following toast was offered at a celebra
tion of the 4th of July, at MoneUa, Linn coun
ty, K. T. and was received with rapturous ap
iilanse :
The Alarshal of the Uny A runnel ticro 01
modern times 1. after rescuring his country trom
the ravaees of the invader, he retires to his
farm and hi family to en-joy the fruits ot bis
victories. James Buchanan thought his head
worth two hundred and htty dollars 1 Alay a
rateful people send him into the presence of
that potentate with "Hal head" n-pon his shoul
ders, to inform His Excellency that they value
it more highly than princes, potentates or
presidents. Long live Captain Montgomery !
Thus do the citizens of Kansas pay homage
to a man who is perhaps- the most notorious
thief and robber of modern times.
Mrs Octavlne Ft-ere Own, an authoress as beau
tiful as she is greatly neomplished,. the wife of the
Ilurstow philosopher, the mother of six " darling
little children," lately the editress of, "Home
Thoughts,' the authoress of Heroines of History,
and other equally good thing, has just finished a
novel to be published immediately in Loudon, and
entitled " liaised to the Peerage.'
Smith O'Brien has been feasted on his estate by
his tenantry just the place and the persons for
such an event to tho man and the-landlord. About
one mile from Cahermoyle, the noble demesne of
Mr O'Brien, is Rahogona, held fy T. Knright, Ksq.
Castlematrix, as tenant. A field was here selected
where a beautiful marquee, provided especially for
tne occasion,, was set, and dinner provided lor iwu
Hundred persons.
To succeed, you mnst keep moving,, to grow
rich, yoa must, keep saving.
H'l'here is bnt one kind of love; bat there are
! a thousand, different copies of it.
married.
At t&e tewaeaee of the bride, CamberTani conn-
ty, on the 28th nltimo. by V. MAerma, Esq., Johv
Carol, Esq,, to Mis Elizaeetu BiiLKD.
In MnrfMesboroueh. on the 25th nl.. bv Prf T:1
dick, Mr Geo. L. Johnsom, of this town, to Mis
Hart A. Hatcrell, formally of Fayetteyiile,
At Alfordsville, Roleson County, on the 2- tb nit.,
by Rev. James Sinclair, Mr. James McKae. of Marion
District. S. C, to Miss Kate eldest daughter of Sioa
Alfred, Esq.
Frebytsrian and Observer Copy.
DIED.
In the vicinity of this town, of consumption on'
Thursday afternoon, 4 th iust., Mrs. Maroret M.u.lLtt.
wife of U." B. Mallett Esp '
T . ', , , . i
in this county, on the lath of .Tunc Snann Jinn
daughter of James and Nancy Giton, aged 3 years and
In Moore eountv on tbp lfith nf Jnnn fr T D,rir,.
Guin ajre.l about 43 years, wife of Arthur Guhi, for
mally 01 Cumberland Co. i?!e leaves a husLati.' and
ten children to mourn their loss:
On the l.')th of June, Abram, sin of James and
Nancy Giton, aired one rear throp mnmhi ra ,i,..
days.
FAYETTEVILLE MARKET.
BY PEMBEIITOX & SLOAN.
ACGl'ST S, 185.
BACON
BKKSWAX
CANDLES-
AUamautine,
Speriii.
Tallow.
l-OH.'KE-
II io;
COITOM
Midaiing,
Ordinary.
13al3i4 . MOLASSKS-
U'J a 30 S uba. 29 a 30
f New Orleans, fto a r.f.
25 a 30 NAILS 4.50 a 4.75
4-2 a 55 Ol LS
IS a 20 Sprrra. 0.00 a 2 00
? LitiBo..i. O.0C a 1-CJ
12 a 13 'I'miner'a. Vu a SO
Ma 15 S POIAIOKS-
18 a 20 ? Irish- 1.50 a 2 25
S.w et. iio a tf .l
ll'i'aia ) POULTRY
a 11 hickena, IS a -5
1U 10: Ducks. OilIW
COTTON BAGGIMi
Turkeys, OO a OO
SALT
Livrrj'lpi.ra.-1c 0 CO a 1 2.r'
Alum ier bushel. IM) a 5!
SEtD-
T lax Seed. 1 05 .- 1 1 5
luv.-r p-r pound, 12 a 15
SHOT
Hunny. IS i 20
liundo, 17 a 20
Bitrl:ip, ' 03 a 15
COTTON YARNS
Nos. 4 to 10. 1 00 a 1.05
DOYIKSTi'J fJOODS
lirownSheetio
I 1-4 a 8 1-2 I
Oflnnlturi;.
( -KATHtUS-
1 a 1 1
40 a 50
I omiaon bag,
Duck.
SPIltlTS
Peach Brandy,
N. C Apple.
Northern.
N ir Whiskey.
Northern da..
2 On a 2 12
2 12 a 2.2".
0.00 a 1 2:
li a SO
70 a 90
SO a 65
35 a 40
KlSil I
M'berel norbbl.. $10 a Sig
Stlnd per pounj. 00a 00 )
rLOt.'t- j
Kaniily, C-.00 a 6 75
Super 0.00 a 6 50
Kine. 0 On fl 25 j
SUOAK
loaf. . ia
Crushed. 12 12 1-2
Torto Rioo. 10 a 10 1-2
New OrlenriP, 9 a 10
T A L l.O v 9 a i-2
GRAIN
. irn, 0.00 a 1 25
Wheat, 1.05 a 1 10 ,
(lata, 50 a Oct 1
I'eaa, 1.05 a 1 10 '
VeiinwDipl ' o 00 a 2 40 !
Kye, 1.10'a 1.16
HIOKS
Dry. 10 a 11
Oi-een, 4-a U
IRON
S wedi ... Q a 7
American, 5 a 5?
Kultsb, 0 a 4
LAIIO 1.1 a 14
LEAD- 8a 9
Virgin 0 00 a .f.u
Scmpe.' 0 00 a 1 O'l
Spirits p.rpal!nn. 00 a liS
WHITE I.KAD-
rer pound. 9 a 10
WINDOW tJLASS
Kight by ten. 2 00 a 2 20
Ten by twelve , 2 25 a 2 5I
WOOL 18 ail)
G ottos. We have heard of no transactions during
the week, sales could be easily made at quotations.
Flour II af arrived very sparingly (luring the week
and prices are fully U cents higher ai which the mar
Ret is firm.
ti'T. TruPT. Is arriyinsr freely with sale" early in
i the week, at and jS, the market closing firm at the
iat Der figure.
li.vcow. The arrivals of N". P. have lippn small du-
ring the week, though, f.vlly equal to the demand ex-
eepLin nam-! which are mauu eaquirea lor.
Laud. Good N. C. is scarce and in deiiiand.
Co.ttx. The market is mouerateiy supplied with ar
rivals from the country, with sales at aoove figure i-.
WILMINGTON MARKET, An;?. 4dv 1859
Tl wen-tine. Sales TCstcrday of 220 hhls : anil to-
uay , ui iii uo. ai; .1.111 tor v iriu. ior lcuun uip
' n... I .11 . . .. I I,.... r I ., n
Spikits. Sales yesterday of 40 bbls, at 41 cts 1
gal; and to day 3H(i do at same pric
liosix 4 Tab Nothing doing iu either article.
Cons We note the receipt of iOi bushels Onslow
county, which ci a;i;e.l hands at9.'l cts J bushel.
:N-ij V xxi.Iv I.IAIIIvET, A.ugust 3d IS.jO.
Cotton fteadv. Flour has advanced 10 cts. South
era unchanged. Wheat and Corn have both advanced
I a 3 cts. per bush. Spirits Turpentine dull ut 4o ct
per gal- other ui tieb.s remain without change.
FAYETTEVILLE
FEMAL E HIGH SCHOOL.
'Hlllt; M.NUI .SESSION of this Institution will
JH. commence on the MUST MuNl'AV IN Ob'lO-Bl-ll
XiiX'f, under the following corps ol Iustuctors :
THOMAS C. IIOOPKU, Ihiiicipal.
Misses Bella Lkem:, Louisa Nohwood, Assistants in
Literary Department.
F. J. IIaiir. ProJ'esor of Music. French and Fainting.
MissSAUAH A. Lilly, Assistant Music 'leacber.
Mrs M. E. Ilorne. Teacher iu: Preparatory DepariuieDt
TCITIO-V PER tirARTta:
Six, Eight and Ten Dollars. itusic, Tainting
Drawing ic., at usual rates.
A ug. ti, 4t-
XOTICK.
''PIIH SUBSCRIRER OFFKRS FOR SALE ONE
1 of the bust plantations in the western part, o!
Cumberland County that has ever been o.ieied in
many years, containing o2 acres of Land, with a
ioii Dwelling and all other out houses Willi a .-sprii : ,
of excellent water. There is aOnst Mill and Que Sa v
Mill site, with the di.ai already built. The cantre
Plank Road runs close to it. The land is well timber
ed with .lin-; and other growth there is some excellent
swamp land' some of it drained.
Any person wish to farm ; work at turpentine and
make lumber, no better inducement has ever been of
fered in thissection. Any person wishing to purchase
i such a dessra'de. place would do well to call soon as I
am anxious to sell.
Persons wanting further information may address
me at Montrose P. O. Cumberland County N. C.
July 2td S50. d 1-lt-w-tf ROBERT GRAHAM.
Weekly Observer tf.
157 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE,
THE Subscriber offers for sale his plantation situa
ted iu the County of Cumberland 11 miles South
of Fayettevill", on the road leading to Elizabetlitowu,
(near the public road.) Said land contaids 117 acres
011 which there is a comferlable Dwelling House all
necessary out Houses, and a well of good water There
is about 40 acress of land in cultivation and is suscep
tible of high improvement and about i crop ot Tui pen
time boxes.
Tb1 legation is very desirable and Society good
Persons wishing to buy" would do well to call aim ex
amine, as a good bargaiu can b had.
July 23 w-4t HIRAM TOLAR.
TAKEN UP.
VSMATJ UA.Y HORSE with black legs, mine
and tail, ab'oat 8 years old. and in good work
ng condition. Tha owner will please come forward,
nrove nrouertv. and take him awav.
CD. NIXON",
Kingsbury. Cumberland Co, N. C.
August 6, 1859. vv-3t.
W.VOO.VS. WAGONS.
X "WANT TO EMPLOY FIVE OR SIJ WAGONS
JL and Teams to haul Lumber, by the day or by
the thousand. I will pay liberal wattes.
JAS B.COOI.
June 16. IS59. d-a-w
Fayetteville & Albemarle riauk
IS nnd Company.
A W vr IT 1 T f r 1.' T I V tf .
fflHE ANNUAL MEETING of this Company will
I take place at Fayotteville on Thursday. 21th day
Aut next J A3. G. COOK.. Prest.
LOWER LITTLE RIVER AND CRANE'S
CREEK NAVIGATION uunrai.
mllERE will be a Meeting of the Stockhold rs o
1 .1,. r.r i.ittle River and Crane's Creek Navi-a-
tion Co., at Morri-oa's Mills, on Uttle K.ver. on tue
15th inst., for the parpose of organizing the Co. r a
tSfo"' amount of &&&$!lr
July 5, d-10 'or General Commissioners.
-I Ci A A ALBS- TALLOW WANTED. FOR
l J.UvvJ which the highest cash price wui be
paili ' A. M. UA sir 15 ELL.
Oct. 1, 1856. tf
33XtxxlSL "Warrants,
iMYUi and State, just printed and for pale at the
J.'urmrj seed.
C! J- IfIN.SDAiF- hes rcceireJ a larpe ripply
, 0 FKE-SU aXD G5- NUINK TL'tiXtP SEE!,', w! icV
: were raised this y.ar by D. LAN'IKKTI1 ii PUM
I rhi'adelpiia. coaonstiDtr of1 tie i'oliow;i: var ai.ci
' YThiie Flat Dutch," '-Lar.-e y"orfolif .''
"UedTepi" '-Large WhitGlo',''
"Hanover," and -Ruta i-apa, '
July 18 S. J. HINSDALE.
lica Springs, Uub&on Co., . C.
rf"MIE subscriber iiaving r-oa'mt-ly made conslderabld
additions to his Uaiidhis.
s prepared to aceeni;
- v el ,h:i'i!ls? t!le season, acoe ee s -rateu
f''f a'V , a ot .t-tnty-one miles
H orn Liuntiertoa aail tweniv six miles fr.Hn I-aye'.te-
vil'e. in a hea'thv and moral neiul'bor'.iccil.
mo iatrf v t-it.nr.-5 nurinsr t he
rated.
I he -.viuer is ce.eliri.tud or the cure of - iver C.'crfl
piair.t. R-.--j.-npsia and Clnonic Iitirr';oea. Xnmer
eus cert ifwates aiighi be vjroduc.. d of curt s hretofor
erleeted. " ULCTUI? MeN fc-ll.L..
Jniy 51 J 4V
A
D1
FINE Article of French ami Cognac .iia.nlv.
tor sale bv J. II. ilcbUFFlU."
"PVISTILLEUS GIXR. ror sTe l.y
... li. Uicl-UFVIK.
S. I- or ale liv
.(. il. rlcUUi'FIi:.
JpR! DOMESTIC LIQUf
OTPPKRNON'C and .MlTiid II A WINE
0 For sa ie ! v
JACON! BACON!! BACON"
F'ni ale ,
Mewfl-'
.j. i
Fe
"IK.
2UEE CIDER VI.vl-XAU.
nle 1 S
it. .vcL-rFi-n:
GOOD ART1CLKOV COD Kl;
.1.
II.
Sit- 1
... i ! V.
VP AM ANT INE and TAT-LOW C ANT I.I- S.
ear salfe 'oy J. It. McUUtFIE.
HERRINS! IlKRUINS!! IIEUUINS!!!
b'or sale by J. H. McDUFl-'IB.
ti. COFFEE. TUA. MOLASSES, BUTTI?
! K' LAU:.t
i i .'UAC' 'O. SVCi'F. and luanv other
i arlicles urenerallv kept in the Grocery Jne, 'or snl. by
1 June 4. tr-w J . ii. X cL'V kblE.
Torpcctinc ! Turpentine ! 'J urpentine r
Qi iilitt TURPENTINE BOXES on and nenr
OU,'IM tlie Kail ltoad. about ;". to i; iuile. from
Fayetteville, will be rented on pood tern-s to any per
son wishing to embark in tlie business
Also. jood S- .V and GRIST MILL, and two small
FARM S.
Also, two of the RICH EST FARMS in the C nnty
of Cumbei hiiul, one about one mile irain: the Mriket
House, known as the Ila'.h y place ; ill
ether filaut
nine miles Irom town, known as the celebrated .f-ls
Lands, which li is 25(1 or JJOn acres ch aren land, vliich
if properly cultivated, will produce an muafc ol 0
bushels of ( 'orii per acre.
Those wishing to rent said lands must apply toon,
or they cannot be rented.
For particulars ay ply to C. E. I.eet, Fuyef. vi ile,
who is authorized to reut in my aiisiace.
a. n. McDonald.
Fayc-iteville, Feb. 8. 1P;59. -tf
NOTICE TO SOMHCK'S WIDOWS.
rlIIE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldi, r?,
JL and tho Widows of Soldiers wiio rTFl
IX service in the war ot 1812, can have their
pensions continued by culling on the iinclersigi cd.
Congress having made additional provision f i r
them.
Give me the management of your bairns, anu
the money shall come atoi ce, or no clif r ?.
JXO. M. KOSli.
Agt.for Pensions.
Fayetteville, June 19, 1358. tf
Silver Plat 3 i 0 i jIdts.
Silver Plated. Spoonr
Silver Plated Porks.
!Aw
RESH Papply received. An as-ra . mop.t al-
ays '
ON II AN D. at the -CfSOCKKUV ST !!!;.'
June 4. d-tf w in If
W. N. T1I.L1NG11 AST.
1?urjnip Se
. -1
;ut.i
Tc,A.TPnuti: Knslisli Norfolk ;
J.1 Ited Ti.; si.-ip 1... at ;
Ruta LiiL'a ; Hanover ;
Large H lbte Globe
For sale by J"AS. N
Ja.y L
-SMITn .
CITRATE MAGNESIA
OELTZEK API-Til hNT :
CONljllirii
S WATE1 ;
l'Ul.'TKn ;
SCOll'll ALT?.
JA.S. N. .SAIITA.
For sale by
Julv 13
LJICTUUE VAilNISUES, NUT OIL, TIN TOIL
For ;ale by
JAS. X.
SMITH,
w-tf
May 27.
Kl2liOSEj E OIL
T TOUT COl.tlKtD : Hist rate article.
Just re
SMITIT. lt i
ccived ana 101- :ale by
JAS
VII I C. 1STIL. E
pOft SALE BY
JA.S. N. SMITH.
A7"l5LPEAr'S UE"EPY Fob LI.M;i:.U LA AN U
"V PitliVii.M ATlVii Or cllOLi-.RA 1'. sale
by Jas. N. SMTH.
Varnishes.
L
EATIIF.il. Japan, Coach, Fuiiiitiirn and Ih mar
V arnisli. tor sle by JAS. . s..Mli 11.
May -11-
v.-tf
ELerosene Oil
r igti
colored,
best quality. For mle hy
S. J. HINSDALE.
April 30,
tf-in
IJiieltwlieat Sctil.
JPOR sale by
April 30.
S. J. HINSDALE
f-ia
Glue.
O f BARRl-.Lo Glue, for sale low by
JL H. J. il INS-DALE.
April .10. tf-in
Ood Liver Oil Jelly,
VNU S-YHUl' OF rilOSl'lIITLS. For sale hy
s. j. iiiNSUALi:.
April 30. tf-in
Citrate of Xagnesia.-
T70R Sale by
JL'
April 30.
S.. J. HINSDALE.
tf-in
Mrs. Alleu's Uair Kestorulire.
T7OR Sale by
X'
S. J. HINSDALE.
April ..0.
tf-in
Congress Water
JPOS sale by
3. J. HINSDALE.
April 30, i85f.
tf-in
Podopliillin, G-elsemin,
C
TILLlNtilN, LUI'LLIN, ic. Ve. h or sale tiy
Si. J. HINSDALE
April 30, 18" 9.
tf-in
i otn-jound-(i f.ntirely from Uums
Liver Tnvigorator
Livisr I iivifcoratcr
Furiti-f til.- H.cJiiJ.
Funiit s lb liloud,
Tarpp t-ivcr Complaint.
"urt-B L vvr oniplantB.
Cur -a hroniu Diorrhoea, r
Cures iyttppsia,
C ure cvtivt-neF!-:.
Cures Ffiuule CompluiDtP.
    

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