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first, an10 ceuta for eacb eubsequent insertion, for
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Other advertisements by the rear on favorable
Adverttseis ara- purticulaHy requested to
state the number of insertioas destreU, otherwise they '
will be inserted until forbid, and charge accordingly.
JOB WORK of all kinds executed neatly and
promptly. J i .. . -. j 'f
SINCLAIR Jk BANKS.
- j CLEMENT O. WUIGUT,
- ATTORNEY AT LAW",
WILL practice in the counties or Bladen, Samp
son and Cumberland. Ptomypt attention given
to all busiuess committed1 to his charge.
April, 1858. . tf . ; ' .
W. S. NORMKNT.
ATTORNEY AND COUSNELOR kT LAW
H LUMBERTON, N. C.
WILL ATTEND the' County and Superior Courts,
ot Robeson;, Cnmbef land. Bladen and Colum
k... Ail hnsinf-a.. intrusted to his care, will receive
prompt attentiou. Office in the Court bouse
July I, 1859. l-J-wv : , ;
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
TTTILL '-PRACTICE in the Courts or Jiobeson.
If Cumberland. Columbus and Bladen. Office at
i.iimlH-rtnu. Robeson Co., N. C. ,
July ieo. -
DR. R. SCOTT
HAS Purchased the StKk and Apparatus of Dr.
Bevbow, and flatters himself that he is prepared
to give latisraction to all in need of his services. " He
expects.to spe.id the Summer here, and may be found
at ail times at the rooms formerly occupied by Dr.
B.sxbow. two-doors East of the Market, during the
regular office hours from 9 A. M. to t P. M., and from
3 P.M. to 5 P. M. V - ' " "
Apr.l 1, I85. ' ' tf . '- .
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East Side of Gillespie Street,"
. Vatkttkviulb, Jf. C.
Nov. 13, 1?58 ' r ; '
h ; or -a. ha m ,
Commission illcrcljant. i
, V. - WJLMINGTON, N. C- r
ITJT. rive nromot aad personal attention to all
r. T.,m J I""...,., v
nVw t-' I un taVrs over the Store pi . ir ou-
TTfcT JAMES I AVIS, paving
If decided oh permanently locat.ng m the
' n ff.,,. hU BArvi.
Town of Farettevuie, respecniuij .... " '
to the citizens of this place and c
country. In all the various branches of his Pro
t!"SZ includin-r the manufacture pT M.neral
Teeth, he is satined, after an extensive expen-
- eni io Which, i added a thorough Dental educ
ti n. 'that fee canive entire saUsfaction as far as
-Si in the powerf Dentistry. All irregu arit.es
of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful man
ner, as well as diseases of the muth, one but
the proper metals are; made use of m the various
' operti..ns. Charges wiU be moderate, that the
benefits of the! Profession may be placed within
the: reach of all who may feel an interest in the
t,reerv.Aion of the Teeth. , .
.) nse over Houston's Jewebry Store, wnere
. be will be fund at all times.
; Miy 15, 1858 tf
Two Doors above (J. T. Haif?h & 6ou's Store,
Fayette ville, N. C.
Oct. 1; 1853. ly. j ' :
'ST FINISHED. A SUPERIOR STILL CAP and
iB 4 to wtrlc nfteett Barrels, which 1 will sell on
'' A-ppYt moon. 1
t -. . JAMES MAltTISE.
i Fayetteville, May 19; '59. ' ! - . , w-tf
: L : ' l
AMES KYLE IS NOW REIEIVIHO
L ARGE SUPPLY
II ATS, SHOES, BOLTING CLOTHS, &c.
All of.which will be offered by Wholesale or Retail
as low as tne s;me quaiujr cn ue naa in this State.
March 12. 1859.
, A SMALL BAY UuRSE with black Vgs m,n(
X- and tail, out 8 years old. and in good work
n corulitiort. The owner.wiU plqase come forward
-. prove property, and take him away.
August 6, 1859.
iviug!uuijr. yuiuocrianQ vo, . C.
1 AfnLBSj TALLOW WA1
JJJKJ which the highest caeh
price will i.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
cOt. 1. 1856.
Ited SpriiiST. Robeson Co., Jff. C.
rjUE subscriber havinjr recently made considerable
I additions to his buildings, is prepared to accom
mrxlate Visitors darinir tbe season, befe Ce e ' ed
Springs are situated at a distance of twenty me xnWet
from Lnmbertoo ana twenty-six miles trom rayette
ville, iaa heal t by and moral neighborhood
J he water is celebruted Ibr the care of iver Oom
clalat. Dyspepsia and Chronic Diarrhoea.' Numer
(Hit certificates might be produced of cure heretofor
18.) 0. - tf
Fresh; Arrival !
hg and Summer Goods !
I-, If r J. A. PEMnERTON, . "
S now teceiving hig Stcond' Stock of Spring and
Summer Goods, embracing all the
'; NBWTEST STjTIES,
SUMMER SILKS, GRENADINES,
With a grat variety of new style Poods for Travelling
Dresses and Dusters,- also a complete assortment of
il O tJ ( A I SCl VlH & GOODS, i
.A' large and varied assortment of Silk and Lace Han-
, 1 ties,' Cbantill j Lac PoidlsV Blaek;ind Whi$ i- s .
Beragre. Mantles. Stella SLawK, i-e
A few of those SDtend Id Frnrh
Laoe Sets, Col Jars and Sleeves. . - f .
Wm-vLv ifc.j, mtit-jrtHm"1 ..-- -.--
X vvai tfldrii.lv At nA clvlli Unnh Uliirti .k Jtr
. In the apove stock may be found a gr,eat many new
and desirable styles, just out.- . Tbe pntMic generally
are invited to call early and examine for themselves.
! H J; A. PEMBERTON.
April 23, ' ' : -';;- ? .tf
&. VV. IHelVAUli IN.
r01JLP IXTITE ATTEXTION ..TO THEIR LARGE
and desirable Stock of
150 Bags of Rio. Laguara and Java Coifce
100 Bblfe. audHbds. Sugar (assorted ;)
i 2- Hhis. Molasses : t - - , , t
; 30 H i Bacon, Sides and Shoulders
500 Sacks Salt ; t', ' v,'
150 Boa es good Tobacco j -- -
125 Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles ;
t 50 " 1 Soap, (assorted ;) t -
I 50 " Candy, 1
100 BagS Shot, " -1000
Lbs. Bar Lead; . j
30i Bbl i. Snuff, (Eagle Mills ;),
t 25 Kejs Soda; . i
250 - ! Nails: ' ' 1 -
i AT.SO , ,. '
A.lJUtOK AXB GKXKBAL. ASSOPTMEVT OF
- H A It O W A H E A K U- C IF.T LEUY.
, Farming Utensils of all descriptions'; :
American, English, Swedes and Peruvian Iron ; i
Blister, jQerman and Cast Stt el ;
Blacksm ith Tools ; 1 , . ' s , .
Coopers ? do.; ' ' . , 4 ,
Corn Sh :l"lers and Straw Cutters ; " r.
Buckets Br-oms and Pails ; ' r r $ ; -Leathen
Manilla apd Jute Dope, (all kinds and
- - qualit j f Plow Lines and Bed Cords j , I.
Hollow Vafe i I - ' . t -
Cotton Yarns and Sheetings at Factory Prices;
All of wpich will be sold low for cash, or; oa usual,
"id ILa iJ
call and examine, our stock before purchasing else
I . i
- & Vff McLAURIN.
ri it'fli-' "Olll n
wfiM 1(1 1 lil(:-A IIJjS I
.J-' (fVOA COATED
ilnvlld, Ktlhtttj Uolhcrt, A
' PbiIaHtrewitT remtl their
laud Judge of their VirCi
' FOB TBE Ct'SE OT r f ,'-
IIeada he, Sick' Headache, Foul Stomach.
-. rmunu, Pa. Uy 1,
IMt. J: C. Arm. Sir: Iav been repeatedlj tared of tbm
wnnt beaddie iny body cm have by a doe or two of your
Fills. It crt-ius to urine from a-fail stomach, which tbey cleanse
at once. If they will ear others as tbey do ma, the Act ia
: worth auowiiog. Your with great ivepect.;
: , i ED. W. VRKBhRt C erlc tf Steamer Curiam.
Bilions Disorders aad Liver Complaints,
j - IwvtrrJiti'Tor tu Istkkiok, Washimitos, D.C,I Fab,l8sa
Sib: I Iwtre ased your 1111b in my guneral and hospital prac
tice ercr ainire yon nude them, and raonot hesitate t cay tbey
are thefbes cathartic we employ. Theirtegiilating aotioB on :
tbe hrrr tou!ick aud dcidd,rnMaewdy tbey ara an aduiira.
ble reoiedyjfor derartpnneB of Uuit organ;' indeed, I hare-
arkk-ni foui) a raw of biiious !isie so obstionte that it did BOt
readilT Tteld to them. - t Fraternally jroura; -.
ALON pO BAIAj, M. rtiynda of the. Marint EorpUaL.
i pfsentery, jRelai, and Worms. - .
! rostbrricr, Habtiuid, JtJv.Co Mica, Not. 16,1855. '
i Br. AiebT; Tour Pills are tlie iierfectioo of medicine. Tbey
have done riy wife m'-re Rood than lean tell yoi- She bad been - ;
ai.-k ami pijtiinft away for aiontb. W"ent off to be doctored at
areat expenfe, bnt got no better. .She then commenced taking
your Pills, Which Boon cored her, by expelling larjre quantities -of
worms (rkarl) from her body. . They afterward cured her and
onr two children of Woody dyaentery. On ofiOur neighbor .
Id it ha-i, iud my wrfc cured hira with two doB of your PUla,
while Mlwrlantuud u paid from St to twenty jdollura doctors'
bills, and lt much time, without being cored entirely een t
then Siirb a inedi iiie as Tmr. which la- actnally guod and
heyt will be rrtsed here. OK(V JTClRmNV llMimuttrr.
Infii2stion and Imparity of the Blood.
1VW J f. J. f. U Mts, litnr i,f Advent, Otmxh. Bottom.
Tn Arts ilkMt Bued yonr pills with extraordinary success
hi my mil j- and auMg those 1 am called to M-it in dwtivse -To
r. culat, the wrm of digestion and pnrifjwhe blood tbey v
aretlie ren Wtt remedy I hare ever known, and t can conn- -dently
reo. uuitttd tiiem to my.frjouda. Yours, , J. . Ill il tJS.
Wim, Wvosniaxj C K ." YvOft. t. MS;- "
Due fw: T anr nhSTOr CaOwrtic pi; lain hiy m act Ice. and x
find then, a n exwUetit purarative to cleanse the system, and pU
rifv tlk- f.n ttaiut i the bkoa.7- " . i.il. ,,!
; tf. - ; ; : jonx o.' MHicnAM, 3i. n.
ErysipeJas-JScrofula, Kin': Evil, Tetter, '
Tumors, and Salt Rheflw
From a nrM'araffkt-ehanlof-t. - fet, ,
TE. Arai ; Ymir Hl!s are tbe paraxon rH that is p -a.-li.
ie. n.r bawenred my Ktrte daughter Of nherns soro.
0jk, her lamia and fi-et that had prov. dincnra hh- kr ears.
HVriHnthM ha. rnlonRirrieronslyafflh-tedw.tA rtch and
pimple on her Udn aad in her hair- After.ourchrid waecured,
jhe also trt d , JUr Pilia,a-d tbey have cured jjt q rxTXJ BL
Rhenmntism, Netralsrir ""f'"! :
lit-.- VVLAPKt HoeSB, IfaVaJWAB. OAj. Jan. 0, IN-
nn SntfT-bonld be nngratef-1 for t!j- 7,'
b bronghk me if I did not reiwrt my case to ymi. fJ;
tle4 in my fimbs and hrnjht on e, uctin neorac yna,
which ended in chronic rheumatism- !"h nntil by
the beat pllsicia. the diee grew iSri2
tlie adrice if your excrUent agent te 'viBT pet
I tried yoJr W Thetr eflects weie slow, but sure. By per-
sewhiginTthenseof tbem 1 m " entlr,w'1,
1 HMinr LaL 5 Dec ISSS.-
I For Tjropsy, Viw r -JtUdrei mj
plsiiuta j re.iuiru.g an actire purge, Uiej are au excellent .
remedy. - "j - , . f-. K: 4 .-J-i-.
i For Coativenets or Constipation, and as a
Disaner jPil, they are agreeable aud effortuaL ,-
I Fit, Suppression Paralysis, Inflammation,
and even De.rnes., Prti BltudutM, l-re been
cured by tbe alteratita action of these Pills. ..... . .
Most of liepmininarkrtntaiuMercuir,w.t,,n;h
a valuable emedv iD skilful hawls. is daueero" iu public pill, ;
from the d eadfui ronmoneuces that fieqnenUy follow IU incau
tious use. Iticsa contain no mercury or mineral ulttaiic
whateTer. , i,':, T,-v-.',i '
AYE t'S CHEMIY PECTORAL
! I0R TUB SAPID CURE Ot - ' 0
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, KFl.TTEIf
2i BROJiCHlTlS, WHOOPlSd COl'OH, ,
i PKOl P, ASTHMA, WCIPIBST
1 .' I 1 CONSUMPTION, !
and for ths relief of eaUI-,nCn natienta In advanced stages
of tlie dineaM. . .
' We Been not speak to tbe public of Itt trirtnes. ThroliRhoot
erery town, and almost every hamlet of tbe! American States,
Ma wonduilure, poiB,onrT complaint1 hare made it al-
rdT T""- .Na-V frw are tbe families ia any civilized com-
tr7 " eontment wttbout some personal experience of ita f.'
efiVcU; aad fewer yet tha communities any wnere which have
not among them ocne livlnir trophy of it victory over the snb- . ,
tie aoddiMiproua diseases of the throat and lung While it
tha most werful antidote yet known to man fcr the formida
Wo and dnngerous diseases of the pulmonary organ, it ia also
U pleaaantest and safest remedy Uiat ohb be employed for in- f
"2-T!in,K Persons. Parents -sboold have It in store
i ainat the jnsidis lem. UuU BteBjs pon them nnprspared.
We navel abundant proood, to believe tbe Chsbst PuctosaI.
! TL tni'elby consnmptkma tt prevent, than "K-.it
; cures. Keep by yon, and enre yonr colds while they r"."ir
I Je nor aeKlect than, until no human skill can master the ln
1 "XlTJlUtlim- Wened o1!ntal,ea? yonr .
.""Wl to produce it the most r sect P0?"-1"
tons afford those who ill- on tt tha best ot which onr IUJ
cu nirnifin mr thi. " r.- t, ... 3
"atPAEFD BY IHL JC. ATIS,
AJfJ7 SOI9 U. -
MlUj XOtlTlI 0AfCO.Ll5riA
i : j ' r FAY ETT EVIL LE: N. C.
WEDNESDAY HORNING, AUGUST 1C
i J . ,Thc siccticn.;:;,'. '
It fat "certainly a relief, to get over the teat o"
political campaign, we'feel like taking a gool
smoke (!) now that theV jabor is over, and v
are qnaietly eneonsced fa. our, easy chair with ;
mnch a, elegajnee J(?) and egotism ! as'-.posVu'
Howjwe Editors dio fig;ht,irea! -:we7i vt a p
tout, -but Uaviiig qoqg&ver';tW.r'ae JtuiV - ! -1? s
hearty, let's shake bauds, and ,jiiin'g-'vipfi
and bow there U nt jise in keepiri. n t a '
snarling and barking 'at cac'.i v
" '7 '
joa tc-ar us liiLii J Jmruaii- loiue lit re
next' campaign. J What say you ? -v-
Bf We return our thanks ' to th pr"
Messrs Ilolden 5c rilson," for a' neat ampUU
copy J of an address delivered before - the Frnnkii
Latemry Society! et Oxford in May last, by Fran
J." W ilson Esq-, associate Editor -f the- Standard
It is p. well written address, and contains soma exi
celleat advice to young men,-
TJie Perer Raging, i
Steamer after Steamer brings to us continued inl
telligence of the growing excitement and disconten
in Italy, and in fact, nearly afl of Europe relativ
to th lata peace treaty of Villa Franca. ' What th
result may be, we cannot tell, - but "we know thai
there' is discontent with:af the nations concernel
and erenwitb ihe gijeat neutral powers. '; JJVen N.-
poleph"s English fiddlrfcIibrd jPalmerstQn-. is' not conl
tent, and the whole English press s down upon th
Emperor, consequen tiy the French govprnmant ha
seized upon every English paper jjrhich comes" int
the Empire. - Of a truth Napoleon must have con
tnitted a grave .error when Lord Pakuei ston can1
support him. ' ' V.! ." ! ' "
Victor Emanuel don't say a word, thinks 'silence
is bis best part at present," but oh 1 how . lie .would
like te pttch in again if he dared. Louis acknowl
edges! that it fe a peace trought about by expediency,
with jsvhich he is not content himself it would, ap
peac. .The Emperor of Austria praises, his army,
and in his soul acknowledges that they wont do 1
ItMia in a blaze of VevoluUon, Garibaldi has
sworn aainsi an auuMuo:nus;iit ui his grea ouject,
thcliierty of Italy. - .
Th Pope is discontent i and every thing wrong,
and hpw long-can peace last?
The discontent which now prevades the whole ol
i - . i j - .. . r f . . i
i1 .l111 sooner or later tuake itself manifest in a
tJ'dvctsal'outburst, which will cause the throne oi.
mfm,t!i! try rnc
ity coiiccUcU to bun, buihe hfta out gimnlUa Itf..
self this time. The Circe played hy him upon th j
Italians has been too palpable to be lost sijht of, even
by hi blinded serfs of France, lender Louis liberty
is bu? another name for despotism and power. " ' -A
: j Uaid Sayings. i
Now that the election i3 over add the excitement
consequent thereon,, we feel as if an apology were j
due Ir certain tnings taia byus hastily . and lor
whicH w are willing to make all reasonable amcnrls.
In lb beginning of the difficulty in this District
we had occasion to make some, remarks relative to
. rr ' . . . . n ! - . '
a-ucaiocrauc raectinrr in voiurnous county, lilt'
article was written under the impression that the
primary j meeting- had been the finul one, and in us
much) as therm bad been no act of Mr Winslows,
which any democrat could condemn, it was .due . to
him that they should ndorse bis course. J' We al.-o
Considered, that the North Carolinian" had beta
slighied and hence the article which our Democrat-
- i ' ' l -
jc friends in Columbus have seen through the ageD
cy of tlie Journal. We j would bo sorry that suA
sterling democrats as those of Columbus snouiJ
take (offence at that which was saiu, by us whiU
1 .t rvm r r nvulAvi sv' vrconiw 5rvrvrtf i n WT 4aais-aV 41j '
Jourkal, who is lway willing to- do the clean
tiling, mny copy this, that our friends ia Columbus
tniy iuder?tand us. " " ' . - -
TtnoROANizATioy.-Itis now an. indisputable irt
that the Democratic party both North and South is
becoming split up andfdisorganizel,not 011 account
of ary disagreement as to the political issues whkli
are ' now agitating thepublic -.mind,.,: ..:but jupon
purely personal grounds, and what is-stili worse eec
tonJM feelings, which unfortuna3L.xist 1T dial-rent
localities! This state Vf affitirsjs unfortunate, 'tr.i
muci to be regretted. iThe only , alt c rnative.whkh
the party has left, to harmonize; and pu -ho rants
of disorganizers, and all "others -who .do'v a, , i
eopclrt vitb '.4U? iii.ix'nj?o4 '
tot Merely for tle purpose of seeking and ' ;
personal aggrandizement, is to reorgar
shall the' forces together, those. whOT .WWj
r ... :.; i - 5 . i :
porally strayed off and got withoutpe PiV5-.wrv
rartV Ibv holding Conventions in every
District and State in the Union.
fTiti ; the rinlv wav in" which an organizattc
can le effected, and tho oily hope for us to triutnh
;J -. itf a a -ont Yiolitical crisis is now at hand, atU
all southern men, Democrats as
. . - - t . . . na nua
! . , . rafv
onpkition to raHy around the stanaara 01 J
.itlc only redemption: and hope of he' country
The! Southeast present a.bold front m thecampajn
- iir. A l K?a wraxr effect a trloriOUSTTIUiuF".-'
OI Vu HI1U li . " j " . -
the kree soil ers and fanatics, of the North. 3
t :; T- ' r ' .-- .. . -.
- ii : -rri--:. -7-:iirr.oT. a'feordins to-
s--33--i.De xreaiy u " -
Tl fh fierier dts mats ' Unis, is not to
coniiaereu w w '
ct Trriect' to see it assume the proportion
t. 'rarest event of the country from the point
. - k i:w-'fc The same intel
view Oil"" lie rf 11CIH.U j.-i.wj .
nr;ir T.ila iMkthat we may be sure that
hinA the Italian question,1 iow apparently setdc
wil arise in a manner, more or less vehement;
F.nlish German question." - -
. In other words, Waterloo has yet to be avenged
J ! v. ; ; ; 1 : .
: Bagoag Caia-Two, the first arrival of ,?
Cars were received at-, the depot on ;Mon4a
Th were manufactured for the Ilailroad Compaq
in Tireinia. The balance'of the purchase" will. H
Fudge IFudsa 1 1
correspondent of tbe Petersburg-Press isleeply varowia, oumeu ; jviveii, parcnasea iu :ew . u .iuimi kugtiea ironi try ire-
rpstedinthe politic of tbe Petersburg Congres- York,' Ust week, a sewing machine and otherj nt complainte which we have, overhrd, airhe
district which hasilately been Opened up for "f J? "l ! 1. ,
various claims' of political aspirants by the death "P 5lrtr8 th rala House, j that Yebster was a mi2hty knoirihg rnaa-sars a
lifl TT w n Urv,AmWiw - ""',-?e'e, spuie snurpers, ot aa.ible manners -. h an iasect of the eenus vuUx. and Dnnrms
correspondent conss the hopeof then
shouldany other f. n Efege? A ijPryor be elected
nominated bv the. disliict Convention soon ' to be
J--; Ve shonld be vynngto let-tne, country, go
mc ooara, tua ii3j.BucccES -aepentr upuu tijm
is good. enou gh iithisj place, and hfa place is not, ;
ae Democrjitic ranks. lie is a'Douglasite.
t it 3 worth while to Rive the' reasons why he !
.4 -i t- . -
nd:io: Coagress-t .Of cporse, alter ,
argumepfe MrPryo, must-be seittt,
greatest, by.tho haiul, and gvi-thero-a beaxty
Ji that gentlemanly manner so characteristic
"n, makiog-a lasting impression upoi those
wao&o. -my csicenictiinun;'. . -
! .- . 1 : ' t' .. .
I graph which ft extract: from the "Ballimore Pat-"Hhe Ilailroad between Digh Tomt and.
M riot"" is another' PxempUficatiii 'of the shameful j towu. A " gcntlemaii got on the cars a
5 marrncr in which tue'4ppositipn press speak of our
; cniei magisiruie. -, xuvy-kuw en- wen iaai ne uas
jexpressed his determihatipn not to become aNcan
'didate for tl'e Presidency, henee their denuncia-
tijry. and opprobrious remark about him. I ' ;
.We can assure our Jpotemporary that it' s' no
ujion theFox and Grape principle that Mr Euch
fanan;' has taken an iunjtiative in this matter, batf.the- Gilraer meeting held that day.. We trust
I on the, contrary a knowledge of . his' infirmity and
advanced itge has impelled, him t6 the adoption of
ii . " ' K' m. mL- ' -"' l .
m presene course x qe uiiacKn oi ine opposition
press wpon him avaii nothing whatever. , "
".Tla- rcsolullon of inur venerable chief mngis
trate,.not taken lutslily, we may be sure, or while
there wtts Bnyt haticslfiir an. opposite coarse, re
minrts'one of thself-1eniul rt laieu by Btz," in
the Count ryi-Cnrate, . who, Imping' a very "small
number bf ft iolid.-,"iio tntluence ht Court, and being
of no fitmily,, except a very Vlafge one of his own,
took a Adeunn vow- that under 11b circumstances
whatevri would fie accept tliej vacant bialmpric,
r perinii himself to bedecoratcd witU.the order of
theGarttV- ... .; - '; ,4- I " i
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Ji st' L4ok at it ? At that card of J. J. Baker's
who keep1 the bct -Ilottl in the State.. . We al
ways like ;ood eating and carl fihd none better than
tt llaker's But what we were oming at was we
wished to (ell tho folks ihat MrjBarnham' is the eu
;icrintenddnt thetinest ge-ntletaan and most; agrce
tble comrtmion we havever met with. When you
20 to Golf-shoro' Jro and see them.
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To AiTEKTisEKs.We, would- remind Merchant's,
Mechanic! and all olbers who may wistf to let their
Iuslncs4bc,kn6wn"td tiie public, that", tlie i North
Carolinifn . circulaCcs jextensiyely : iri; Richmond,
" "4Mvsrwwl i ilTet-cOtmtlea. ivtni jadj tcerit
i-wrffi excellent advertL-'ing medium, an our friands
would consult-their own intertsts'by bearing his in
mind. Oar rates are very low.
The Spirit or the Apis: Tjhis excellent tenu
pertnee and literary jp'umal '.isjabout entnring the
'.t ilth year of its existence.
Ki-ssell's Magazine. --The Aitust number of this
valuable periodical is now before. us. It contains a
choice selection of reading matter, and amply sus
tains the reputation winch, it has justly" acquired.
Terms Three. dollars per annum, in advance:-;, '
: The New Yokel. Dax BooK.---This paper. wUich
is one of ur best exchanges, being a truly conser
vative paper, has comejtohand lin au entire neiv
dress. If the Day Book were to xeceiv all . the
success wo wl$h it. -why then, it would be the paper
of the nation. Success be wirhlit say we; - c
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: Ukios Democbat. Tbis is thje title of a small
weekly paprr. Hie pnbljication af which has J been
recently con-menced atllalifaxj N, Cn by Mr
C. Nicholson formerly iissociatel Editor of the Mar,
freesboro Citlzra. -, If e take th? number before
lis as a 'criterion, we miiy rely tn its doing much
gvod fur tlie principles of the party which it inain-
ains. r - - ' ' '- ' ' - 'i "
. Humors of. ; West' Point- Ever v cadet's
roomas subject to inspection -every five iuinites.
It must never be fcTtlwithou everyiliing being
put 'Uo rights'" table set baick, books in their
proper. . places' -6w Jtf wash bowl wrong side'np,
&c.,j &c;A 'l eiidet j was - reported, not long
since, -ifor- ii'ihaving, hisfwashbo i wrong
side up,?l"and"J'or having "water standing'in it.
litis was fortwo marks. AH re allowed to
nHka , anixse before the mark is set against
them,': pd he asked tb be. excused for the'"wa-
i . i i-..' .-' f tt i 1. " .1 1 T 1 e
uier fjiuing m it, l as tie was iitarKeu (r us
fnot aing tjp side down ; bad ,tt been, the water
itd "not Iwive befii in itv'-
nn- iiTUia fi'fintinsi nnaiatJrttoe,Ara6s
c4latis a-plan '.of the JFortications snrronnd
ibes!cged-ytY;SIt js aT5oat ten-fectMiqaare;
urn i . .
aud . '"heaiit.ifur piee of vyoi kmanship.. It is
eonsfl ed ; of r the: iiiaieriais which are used
gach us t?
iTfjbnck, Mono, and tarth, and was
made- in , France j; In . the distance stands the
city, the t bouses, with -:thei' roofs and Upper
stories knocked pfi , j presenting some such ap
oearanre as w"e might'expectlo find on entering
Sebastopol after its bombdrdmert,- only on a
small -scale, the buildings 1 being about .five
inches; high. On tha parapets which surround
the city could ' be-seen por;!o,jis pf.it knocked
away, and disabled gpns which, wonld probably
weigh -a .quarter of: "an. ounce each, lyiug in
scatttered ruins. " The fortifications which the
besieirers had erected were'also considerably
hired, and the"wliole was a perfect representa
tion o'f the best manner in which to eref forti
fications Lfor defencejand attacks fit originally
hud on it the soldiers manning the miniature
siesre cuus." standinar' uuard, - cooking, their
meals, &e., but the visitors commenced capture
ing those nearest the' front and placing them in
their fpockets, nntil the besieged (winch they
ould not reach; so lar oumumoereu tue wo-ck-ers,
that it was not a good example of soldbr's
cnnr.irf.- and thev were all removed.
. In . the Museum is a ease, filled with targetM
tho otinfrioritv ot tne Mime riue.
I saw one with a 'bull 'a eye" as large as a silver-
dollar and a-ring-iarpaud -it about four
iehi rlimeter.r. Inside the rig:were ten
lUet holes, the effect of ien successi re shots
a distance of 400 yards, six of which were
j ; TIkavt- Swindle.' A planter (from Nortti !
hjra -thro0gh the cit.. Cn Sa.ard-T, tbey
..TOot. hint by l appointment, to conduct him to ;
PuirmAunt Thn tKu tm .n.Mfl I
pon ;t Uie. security ot u "drare" lor JTOU on a s
bankins; firm iii Chica?o. The stranger was
lurmlltal tn mi., tl.a i)!ff..P.n TlWv.lniir;n
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Wel7fn;" draft to h. mere waste
sNarir. i ti little irotabiii:y i -, , ipfm
tktira "trom ive w wi V ti tlru-i-Tko
an j, sooner or later; to aepie tif ius nuancesT
PkUadelph m NoIk "A mtricn. ; T ir- , ;
Br.owx K6rth. A friend Jnforms ns that an
a mnsinjr" incident occn
red on the 3d irstailt, on J
n- i t. i
n Digh Point andJas-
" l 'j-. 'I t
Point, bearing' a pole with a, likeness on canvass
of the Hon. John A. Grilmer, with several
produced a ball aSd safe, exhibitedSt to B "C w',c t ier
.f j .. . .... . . . j says that theirs are like t;e Irishman , u.i-c ticy
.n.Mui..auru eye ui uiei5 unreia victim, auu . - . , th,v srR thev Cintbtit their luuti upon
anagetl to obtain from him $580 Tn money. ; thpm Jn lhe nittlltilM however, they are mal- -
inscriptions, .eoehr. as "no Is orth, no boitli, no ; uo,ouu. cannibal and his 50,000 non-cannibal sno
Kust " &c. But before the cars -had gone I jectA The " Cotton Supply Association," of Lon
two miles-alon'ff came a blast of Southern wind, J"0!8 tl"t.t,?r P"h government -
atid away ; went-th
e geni cimui. ith his princt-
nles to the irroand. ' The-banner was lost
blown forth eronnden, destined not to grace
his fall on the 4th was as complete, if not so
sudden, as his fall on the 3J,
j - ;r ClKCI!KATI. July SO.
('Kentucky, Politics Speech of Cassius M.
Ci.ay. Cassias M: Clay ?poke to a large and
silent audience, at Covington, Kentucky. II e
denoniicetl Messrs; -Bell and Magoffin, as poli
tical quacks, and made a. straight oat Bepub
lican address; calling upon the non slaveholders
of Kentucky to prepare to tafee a share in the
National Republican triumphs next fall, v
Arrangements liave jnst been complete for
the nublicntioDVin Wbashington, of hi political
and literary'-" waffazi.ne.' to. e caflecl The Na-
tinnntJJcmoeraCiti Rcricm, under the editorship
of Cot.: Florence,-assisted by; einineut contribu
tors iCt is intended to-Ijerthe expositor of the
present and; all future Democratic Administra
tions. ;:Vj-f;.i;.i;. v V." ; j.:..-
, AwrUL - CisritTYrWe learn'-- throngh a
passenger who n rrifed" in this city yesterday,
that on Thursday afternoon' last a Locomotive
Boiler bnr5tedtM the South Carolina Rail
Toad near ; BranchyilleJ "and that Jv? geutle.
in?ii,cou netted with jthtu Road, were literally
torn in 'pieces. Parts of. the "boiler, were coMect-
orl ennto i!iatanr frrm tt Vi r tlift CVtilosioi OP-
ui in lotiio lur
. . . .
' The Miami- Indian Iaodsjn southern Kansas
were opened by mistake for pre-emption. .They
are said to be exceedingly rich, and attracted
Jtiany settlers. TlieY were sabseqaefitly witii-
drawn-tiot however-until the seitleri ..had j
tnade -considerable irjipiovtment.-" They ctn
tiiiued ta-occupy their claims by the sufferance.
f the" Indians aud the" Government, end. some
of thcra tut rc made" large farms and erected
commodious residences. i ne iraci nas .recently
heen-reopened for nre-emution, and instruetions
have beenrreeet red f:oni tlie department' to dis
regard'aiiy ssttleiueut prior to the last opening.
The citizens have .called a meeting to devise
means of securing the claims of those" who ara
Ftijured by thosd jnstractioiis. - . ;
Emancipation; of "Slaves. Miss . Bates, the
sister ot the Hon. Edward Bates, of St. Louis,
recently emuicipatcd Hie last of tliirty-two
slaves, who formed part of hertnheritancey and
whom she has gradually set frte as they becatne.
prepa red. to take care of themselves in freedom.
Judge iiites emancipated the last of his slaves
several years since... ;T . . . '
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The X ; V." Herald notes-a convention jnst
concluded between Mr. WykeBrilish Charge
d'Affaires in Guatemala, and the government
of that" republic, by which Guatemala cedes to
Gtpat. Britaiiithe"absoIute right of sovereignty
tnl and over the district of territory hitherto
known as British lloiiduras, or Belize.
Grain'' Market. 7-The news of the cessation
of hostilities in Europe, has caused a heavy de
cliiie of breadsfoQs in the North The price of
cotton will no doubt go np. ; -
It will be gratifying fo the friends of the TJni
versity io learn, that Prof. Charles Phillips,
has declined the Professorship-tendered him in
the Union Theological Seminary, and . will re
main at the University. V - - - ..
-CntjHita lirT rrtTRLrTiN s fhe'r e' a'refift y-
tiine churches itt the citfof New Orleans,, lorty
Protestant and nineteen Roman Catholic. Ut
theProtestar.tJchurches, fonrtrcn are Metho
dist, nhie Presbyterian, eight Episcopal, ana
two Baptist. Tr. Palmer's church (Presbyte
ria) cost $102000. - '
A correspondent of the St: Josephs (Mo.)
Gazette asks Mr. Biair. the Abolition slang
wander, if negroes stand so much in the way of
the 'advancement of Missouri, why.hodoos not
pmincipate his own ? There could be no more
forcible commentary upon the hollow-hearted-ness
of the roan,' than this question implies. . .
The Potato Crop. The New Hampshire
papers, and in fact, those from varions sections
ofrNew Kn;!nd1 speak of the potato crop in
the most flattering term', - In New Jersey and
Rhode"" Island "there is some complaint of the
Kt- in the former State the crop will be
Urw - Oii Lorn? Island. N. Y.. the blight has
also appeared, but j the damage, so tar, is not.
very serious. ' - ' '.,
i , - Atjgu8ta,' Angust 5 th;
Visssi. ON I? irk. t he 'barqne fcaragossa.
now-at New Orleans, loading for Phila-ddphia,
Pa., has been burning .au night in me "wu
She wiHrobablj.be saved. ". . . ; - ;";
k . . al I. .11
VvrT- ' -r. . -4aF-ue4i 1 vanceo.- iiarrisourg, h uiitruuisa vmh is uu-
ti'AiuiU'JfUva W U.Tn tetOTTTa:'? i 111 a si Mil if aAies ; aad if
received nt the State Department, that steps
have been taken byAtbe Chinese Goveriiiweiir
to carry into effect the arrangements midejiy
ex-Minister Reed, for thev. payment: of the va
rioos claims of Americaa - citizens,- amount
From w ashIKOTOI.- Information : Has ontn?;f committed at the- massacre of Perugia uon
to about $700,000.
Fxi?as.U A brief paragraph on this interesting lii-
A C A- VwtT-
saying that it remarkable for iu -agflity r.nlt '
blesome bile." iu that same " bite" W troubles
us : indee-L Feeuis to trouble the whole tcvrn, .:r
jj kjnd orinroadsnpoa humanity, ana nave spre
themselves ail over the city in such numbers as nev-
er was Lnnwn hffnre. A mOSQUltO COUiea OUZZin
around Ind ve notice- of h:s intentions to make
Uck but these , sneaking blood-thxrsty Utue
wretches steal so gently oei,. one ana gie so ui
tle token of .their approach tht we have no patVtmcc,.
-wiRh iotm trood Christian WTuld rmdertakc tbi'
lands finds .that his finances a in n cujf -.
condition, and that he must adopt some speeJ v.
means to avert " a crisis." , He proposes to assign.
S?f Sef, hfM.jesty the Queen of
threat Britain all f'nght, title, property, claim, and
. , kU'i. mLkL,.,!, r
J islets which form his dominions, provided hex -Bri
?clfC! vllllK Kio Arkmirnc? x,l nrl I. a
tannic Majesty will pay his deUs (about 10, (XX)),
and undertake to provide for the government "of his
bill 1, because they believe thit under British
ds, because they
control the Feejee Islands could be made to produce
great quantities of Cotton, and England might thus
be partially relieved from what the London Morning
lierald called " the intolerable duty imposed by the
A New Telegbaph Cable. -A correspondent of
the Utica (New York) Herald says that N. Parks,
Esq., of Mohawk village, but formerly of lome, has
invented and patented hi England and the United
States a new telegraph cable; he claims it can be
worked any . distance without the aid of any elec
tric battery, the cable being of itself a perfect bat
tery, consequently, the longer the wire the greater
power in working will be obtained. It is said,
that some capitalists are about taking it in hand,
with a yiew of giving it a thorough lest.
The Weather and the Crops. The hot wea
ther," says the Eufaula (Ala.) Spirit, of the last two
or three weeks, together with the occasional show
ers which somewhat relieved its intensity, seems to
' nave had a most favorable tfett on the crops, both
of corn and cotton. - In some neighborhoo ds there
has been great injury from drought, but the crops
generally- are cerfednly good.: Evcu the poor Laids
are producing wonderfully, j
"My brother had, in 1720 or 1721, began to print
a newspaper.' It was the second that appeared in
America, and was called the New England Coukast.
I remember his being dissuaded by some of bis
friends from the undertaking, es not likely lo sue
ceed,- one newspaper being, in their judgment, enough
fori America..-'? .- i .
" 5ne "newspaper enough for America ! Why, the
Mi.-v ? nnv trip -most ridiculous one that can La ad-
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state of mundane afliirs ith wlat suprise would
he contemplate the. rapid strides in the 4art pre
servative of arts ?" 'Harrisbvg Union.
A tough story is related of a Zouave, who had
picked up a -romied Anstrian and wa carrying
him out of the melee. As he was trudging along
with" the man Tipon his bae.Khe f-li sorai tliii.gcohi
upon hi necki and cuutiotisly bo&ing an:B:id, per
ceived that the ioor fellow, with a pair of scissors
cutti.ig of a lock of his preserver's hair to keep as
a memento. j t-
iNFw'B.VNKTxa UorsE. We understand, says
the Ral. Register, that a Committeo of the Direc
tors of the Bank oi, North Carolina have bargained
wither John Ilutchius, - Ageat, for the lot (the
property of Mr Love,) knows- as the Comau's lot.,
on Fayetteville St, for a site for .the new Bank
.This is. .perhaps, the besl location for the new
Banking House that could have been cho.sen. The
price agreed cpou is $7,0(XJ.
' There.has been a marriage in India, at which
America assisted. We copy it briefly fivrn -a Cal
cutta paper :-. ..May IG, at Kuppurthala, by ti.o
Rev. J. S, Wodside, A. M., of the American Mis
sion. His Highness the Rajah Iiandhir Singh Al
lowalia, eldest daughter of the late Robert Hodges,
"Tom Thumb General Tom 'Thumb has gona
to his home, but not therefore, to that absolute re
tirement" which implies repose, for we see thattba
Mayor arid principal citizeus of Bridgeport havo
induced him to hold a public levee, and he hits done
it twice overi indeed, on the same day.
f The Gubernatorial candidate for California, Mr.
Nugent, has resumed the editorial charge of the San
Francisco Herald. ti
lt is reported that Sr, Irarrazabal, Chilian Minis
ter in Peru, is to be sent to Rome on 1 special mU
sion." Don Rafael .Valentin Tandearesco, Archbish
op of Santiago, left for Europe.
- Henry Morford of the Leader has prepared for
press his " Rhvmes of Twenty Years," and their ap-
pea m nee in coi.aicu : I . 7
fortQigVit. ' " A teat.iftiV poTtrsut oa stetl ) i to ena.-
bclisb. the volume. ' . . - - - -
There appears to be. a notion abroad that Mr.
Sothcrn goes with Ben Debar to New Orleans next
season, whereas he is engaged with Mr. John Owens
at the New Orleans Varieties, and takes the place of
Mr. George Jordan.'
The Dr Winterbottom who was reported to be
"tho father" of the Medical profession m England
his name standing first in t: e new medical regis
ter lias died, at the respectable age of 9a years.
Lady Cliarlotte Pepys the younger" is about to
becomti an authoress, and " Female Induence" Ls pro
pcrh' enough to be her maiden theme. The ladies
are crowding st on tho path of professional literac
ture. . '
A "German, 'named Peter Arndt, living near Free
port," 111-, killed three of bis children -with an axe,
and wounded the fourth so bably that it is not ex
pected to live." - He made no resistance when arrest
ed, and assigned no reason for the murder.
tff A dispatch from Washington says that Wm.
Illopping, Engrossing Clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives, resident at . that city, and for many
years correspondent of tlie Southern newspaper press
died in Baltimore on Thursday.
Tha Hon. G. W. Hughes, of Anne Arundel County,
Maryland, has been nominated for Congress by tho
Dcinoerats of the Sixth District, in pbee of the Hon.
Thomas F. Bowie.
''- The Philadelphia Journal lcarvs through private
li-ps. that it is feared that the re -ent horrililw oul-
Mra Dome and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Perkins,
. Vilt result inthe insanity ef the or!ntT ludy. f
Kcl -J'Yjij-:-. Hdifax county
- y. pronounced by North CaroUna editor
r:who is. said to be a, good jvidge ot beauty, vac pru
ltiet in all creation.
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Febl9, 1859. ly
Fayetteville, N. C.
I riv in few daya.
'""'IriFatij-. ia" -'
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n,the bull' eye
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