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7 1 L.JCi:c:LLECTio;r ; f :
. f -i 1 - - ii I) U -' ' i V ' f :-Y ! : !
: "&s. tsoo PEtt asnusl .-,' ij j ' i . NOBLEST 310 T
v A. SV '.Vlv . " . i
s ; 1 : i - - a . i A K ill
- y: 4 s ! "i --Aj jr.-; r j
PAYABLE IN ADVAIv
:T, ilUGLTST 2T, 1859.-.
, wiMwui 1 i,' m vrr7Lma - j
t i 7
TERM& OF SllnSCIUPTlON.
SiQje copy, in advance: per an nuui- f
i aithtt ?iid of tliH year j
No salscriition will lo ceived l
r less than fcix
Sixty xents per equai-e of 16 lines.
or lis, for
a 30 cents for each FuiHequcttt jus.Ttion,
any period under three months.
jFpr'threu raonihs; f
ror six months,: fl
! F6r twelve montliS.
i Other RdvertiwMnsntst by the year ba favorable
term5?. ArvortiMn are nirtictsla'ily Ircqucslcd to
fctate tbfl nnmbxr nt insrj-tirns d.Uvrt'4, dtberwie they
will be inserted until forbid, and charged acwrdihtfly.
; fSKJOn WOUK of kll kiuus rxdcuU-a niutly und
promptly.; . -, . i "" '
j ; SIN'CL MR & IUKKS.
i .ATrfORNBV AT LAT.l
H7"If.L phtctiln -the countios of Uhnlen. Samp
' son aiulf'OMibol land IMoinpt attention given
". ' - to all business comniittifd to bU charge;
April 2 T.i-r,R. if ' -
W. S. NORMKNT.
VTTOIIN IJY AN D COUSNKLOR ii UVW
; ' : lAJMivi-ntrox x. c.
TJ ATTlvND the'County ami S ip. rlor Courts.
Xiijc. All bu.'incss -int pic-tt'd to his cAt v 1! 1 lo oi v
sprompt atfetfti-on. Otlijeiu tau Coui t jIoure.
J u!v l. rsy. ' l-y-w
JOIIIS. m l?UIi"L,KK,
lATTOUXEV ANIJ. COUX.SELOIL AT LAW,
"ITTlLLr PTJACTtCi: in the Courts of Robeson,
VV Cumberland. Cvohiriibiis and liladen. Oflice at
; 'Lu:nlxrton. Kobon co.. N. C.
July f, IS;".'. v4lm. , 1,
1)R" li. SCOTT, , will Ik; absent from
Favt ttoviite about 2 weeki. from the lth
A"5iru-t"and all dosiring his.-servidts.
vill call t-oou or 'Wait, iftatrl his retarnf. ' .
Awg.Jl. l-lt. V-tf
AUCtltJXClvfS COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East Side &i 'Gillespie Street,
. If VYKITKVILLK,
. -H - G B A H A J
Commiissvon iUerc'nant. '
; WILMIXGTON, 'X C.
7"lbL give -projupl and p-r.-onai attention to. all
' - Con-iLMirneTits of Suir.ts TneiK-htlne. Ko.dn,
(Tar, Tiji-pontim'. and country produce f.r sale. .,'
i S&.;OFKti; i:'up stairs over the S.fbre pi Mr V on
glahn' aiid joiniu-g Lntferli h'-s v.Iiv.vf. North Water
'. ;., . ' ; ' " '. ' : .street. i- .
e'lS, ; " '. . : tl'
w. r .. ! 1
AMCB- DAVIS, having
I,"1.. ,.n,.-;!lHi Viniictfll I V timers Ills S(M 1 -
CDS t th
i'tizt-iis of this phiee fld .urroiindni
i" In, all 4hq arinus'lrraaebei of his ln
; .!Vi.i..1 .1 .fh.r u voxti'ivsi v expert-
tii.n, that ho can givefeutye sitnsuumi .1
,f w ;.. ,'tho iimverut I)tUifstrr. " .AU
r,.;p.li -rtf ali wlio mav feel au , mteies
preservation of the Teetu.-,
' I"F"0lEce over Houston1 s Jewelry St
fie will W found at all times
Mav 15, 1858 ' tf
IJL GEO. LAUDKI?,
Two Doors above C. T. llaigh L Sou
Fayetteville, N. C.
Get. 1, IS.5S. ly. 1
J CSt FINISHED.-A Si:rElIIOh STILL CAP a fid
WOKM to work tit'teen llarrelsv which 1 will vsejl on
reasonable terms. Apply soon
Fayetteville, May VJ.
Jam es k vi.k is sow u rc i;i visg
mm mm (D m mm
hats, siioios. orno cloths, &c.-
All of Winch will te oJIVred by "IVholesale or Iletaii
its- low a the same quality can le had in this State:
. March 12. 18a9. -tf
.ROrPET) from inv .Sulkv. on the Favetteville
auu Ci'"U'tre'l'hn;k Koad in about 1 1. miles of Fay
etteville, iny Mi-dieal ba,Ts, containing a pocket case
of Instruments. &c. Tbo tinder will he liberally re
warded by addressing the .-ubsc'riber at Fayetteville.
'July 23d 185S. .-' JNO. M. McLEAN.
1 (),()( )0';S;,.T,J
TAELO W WANTED. FOTJ
ie' hi ah est cash price will b'p
A. it. CAMPBELL,
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL.
fill IlE NINTH SESSION' of this Institution wil
JL commence on the FIItST MONDAY IN OCT O
J3E11 NEXT-,-under the following corps of Ingtuctors
" - THOMAS C. HOOPER, Priucipal.
"JJisses TiEiXA Leete, Louisa Norwood, Assistants in
pj J- TJahb, Professor of Music. French and Painting.
' ' Misa Sarah A. LM.y, Assistant Masie. Teacher.
Mrs M. E. IIorne, Teacher ia Preparatory Department
' ! - TUmOJr PEiB quarter :
.Six, Eirht: and Ten Dollars. .Music, Tainting
,,f the Teeth treated i a proper apa,eaive.ui ....in
ner, n4 well as disease bf the mmith, None but
the proper metidarej made use of in the .. .various
monition. afarH will he . moderate, that, the
Wnehtisof the Profession tnny be placed within
t in the
1 ft. r M : J
': - ;
at, usual rates.
IFrcsh Arrival !
Spring and Siiiiimcr Goods !
j J. A. PE3II1KKTOM
S now receiving li! .Secpnd Stock or .Spring and
J Summer God!.MnltrRclnf all the
SUMMER SILKSA G KENADIXES
f t1 Z
" ,th a grit aricty of new
j Ureses anf Dutei-?.,i-aIso t
iMOUHA I SG IH
Utjlc g0'ds for Travcllin
A lare aijd varied aKortropnt of SHk snd Lace Man
tles, tibantitly Lace I'ilil8, Black and White
Heratre, llahtleE, Htella hawl--. &c.
A few ol those Fnle&did I French embroidered and
ace S,C ell arM and Slee1
A greatiarieiy ot new dyle Hoop Skirt?, ib?., Ac.
. In the allove tosk"raav be found a ?rea( indnv r!eV'''mrrlf2: nf nnJTrf L'srdaiA" "a
are iuvitcd; to call early ami
ovamin f.vi- tfc..m..l w.
J. A- PEMDEKTON. I
f. Al V. 3lbl-AU IX
ISVITE ATTEST10S TO TtiElIl
and desirable Stocw of
i a c e
N PAltT OF
150 liass or Kio. I.airuaj-
k and Java ColIVc
I0i) V.hlL Awl If hd.s. Su
2" lllitis. Molasses : ;
ir (assorted ;)
:;o R.icon, SiJs arid Shoulders
aOtl Sacks Salt ;
150 Jjoxps good Tobacco
: 12;i i L Sperm, Adamaa
tin e and Tallow Candles
50 'v Soap, (assorteq
50 " Candy, "
100 Jlagjs Shot, - "
1000 Lbsj. Uar Lead ;
30 i Dblf Snntf, (Eagle M
2. Kogp Soda.;
250 "1 Nails: '
A IVKGE AXI GKXE1 AI ASSOItTMEXT OP
II A It I W A 11 E A V U C V.T L. E It Y
farming Utensils ol all descriptions;
- American. Enrlj.h. Swedlia and Pt-ruvian Iron
Corn hht'llers and Straw Cutters;
Buckets; .Urivonia and I'ai
Leathers Manilla and Jii
te Rope, (all kinds
; quality ;) Plow Lines And Bed Cords :
"iioi!owjv are :
Cotton Yarns and Shecti
hgs nt Factory Tribes ;
All of. which' will be sold
time to prompt paying" customers
low lor cast), or 011 usual
Country, merchantw nfo
respectfully rcjurrfod I. to
call and c
icamlne our bt?c
before purchasing clfe-
AY E R '
THE RAPID CUZE OF
Colds, i ConglisJ
' Dr. J. Q. A Yin. : I iii not lies
Wst rnmaJy 1 have ever fijuiil for Coiiplis,
tnte to say
noursiMiei, la'lueiiza, aud th
symptom sj of a Cold, is your Ch
Its ciiiistajit use in mv piartico
kind my family
for tlie Unit ti'n years lias pbovv
t. it to itossivs
nfnt of tlieao
wiwrinr Virtues tor tlie tn-at
KUN K-NlGUT, M. D
A. B. ORTLKY, Esq., of Unj
A, N. Y., writes : "I have usefci
vour I'EcrouAL mvself and in mi
liimily ever siucp you invented
it. and believe it the best lnedu-me for its purpose ever put out.
With a b.U cold I should soond
r pay twenty-five dollars for a
bottle than do without it, or t.ii
e any other remedy."
SFtuxopiELD, Miss., Feb. 7, 185fl. J
Brothbr Ayeu : I will clieerf illy certify your Pectobal is Uie
best remedy we posses tor the cure of Whooping Chugh, Croup,
and the cliest diseases of chiidre n.. We of your f.-atemity in tlte
South appreciate your skill, and commend your modioroe to our "'
, people. 1 HIRAM CONKLIX, M. D. j
AMOS II.EE, Esq., Mosmnn , Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1856: Z
had a tedious lutlueuza, whicli :onfined me in doors fit. weeks;
took many medicines without relief; finally tried yon r.pBCTORAl.
by the advice 0 our clei'Kyiuii a. The first done relived th
soreness iu my throat and hmg; less than one half 1je bottle
made me Completely .well. You r medicines are the cheapest as
well as the best we can buy, t nd w e esteem you, Doctor, and
your remedies, as the poor man s friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
Wjsst SlANCUESTiR, Pa Feb. 4, 1856. i
Sik : Ypur.CHXRUT PectoraiJ
is performing marrellous cures
in this section. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms
of consumption, and is now cur
ng a man who has labored under
'an affection of the luDgs for thd
IDSHltY Ii. PAItKSf McrclMnt.
last forty years.
A. A. r.AMSEY, M. D., Avzm, Konboe Ca, Iowa, writes,
Sept. 6, 1855: "During my pra( ticeof many years hare found
nothing sixial to your Cherry Pectoral for (dving ease and rs-"
lief to cobbumptive patients, or curing such as are curable." j
TTe might add volumes of ei idence, but the most convincing
proof of the virtues of this rei lody is found in its effects upon
'trial.- j :.',.:' j -
i Consn nption.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured so
many aud such dangerous cas s as this. Some no human aid
V-'an roah; but even to those theCHiauT Pectoral affords re
lief andlcomfort. j
1 Astor Uovsb, 1 w Year Citt, March 5, 1858-
Boctob Atxr, Lowkix: I fe ii it a duty and a pleasure to in- '
form yqu what your Chirry Pectoral has done for my wife.
She had been five months lab ring uuder the dangerous symp
toms of iCoBsumpUon, from w; dch no aid we coAld procure gave ,
' her much relief. She was stei dily failing, until Dr. Strong, of
this cityL whe.ro we'liave come for advice, recommended a trial
' of yourfniedicine. We bless tiis kindness, as we do yoiir skill,
for she lias recovered from tha t day. She is not yet as strong as
she used to be, but is free from her cough, and calls .herself well.
YoOra. with gratitude and regard,
I i. ORLAXPO SHELBY, of Shxlbyvtlix.
I" i 1 ;
OmsuinpHrtdi do not despair till you liavo tried Aria's Cukrri
PkctoraL. j It iis made by one i if the best medical chemists in tlie
world, and its ures all round us bespeak the high-incriU of iU
virtues. Mhiiidclphia Ltdffet . "
Ayer's Ca iartic Pills.
THE (sciences of Chemlstr r and Medicine have booni taxed
their jutmost to produce this best, most perfect purgative
which is known toman. Innumerable proofs are shown that
these PiUS hare virtues whicl surpass in excellence the ordina
ry mediauies, and that they wii unpreceden tedly ujon the esteem
or all men. They are aafe n pleasant to taki. but powerful to
curel Their penetrating prop Ttieg stiniulate the vital activities
of the Dbdy, remove tlie obsti actions of its organs, purify the
blood, atid expel disease. ; The y pucge out the foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or
gans into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with
strength to th w hole system. Not only do they, cure tlte cyery
day complaints of every body , but also formidable and danp-eF-ous
diseases that have bafflec the best of human skill. While
they produce powerful effects, they are, at the te time, in di
minished doses, the safest and best physic that can be employed
for children. Being sngar-cc rvted, they are pleasant to take;
and being purely vegetable, are free from any rifk of harm.
Cures hiave been made which surpass belief were they ot sub
stantiated by men of 6uch esialted position and character as to
forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen aixl
physicians have lent their nnroes to certify to the public the re
liability of my remedies, white others have scjji ins the assur
ance ofj their conviction thaltny Preparations contribute! im
mensely to the relief of my apicted, suffering fellow-men. j
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my Amer
ican Almanac, containing directions for their use, Aud certiflr
cates of their cures of tho fallowing comphUntst . j
CostrVenesa, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heart
burn, Headache arising fronj a foul Stomach, Kausca, Indiges
tion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, and raia arising therefi-om,
Flatulency, Loss of Appetite! all Uloerona and CutanaotiS Dis
eases Which require a eracuant Medicine, Serofula r King's.
Kvil. .They also, by puriryind the blood and stimulating the sya
tern, cure many complain ts whicU it would aot b auppoeed they
could reach, such as Iafu.o4 I'artial Bliudnesa, Neuralgia aud
Karroos Irritability, Der&ngf menta of tha liver and Kidney,
Gout, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do aotbe put off by unprincipled dealers with aara other pill
they maka mj profit on. Ask for Ayrr's 111-8, and take noth
ing els. o other they can (give you compares with this la its
lntniwic TaJue or curative powsra. The sick waat tha beat aij
auu jutcy BQOU1U Save U.
Dr. J. C. A1TEB,
Practical and Analyt:
leal Cneiaut, Lowell Has.
Pucx, 25 On. m
pox. Frra Boxta ro j
S. J. HINSDALE,
Fayetteville, N. C.
.; ebfy 19, 1859. ly
WE 1 )XEStiA MOHXING AUGUS
5 AyET'niiXC n. c.
' ;' ij anian rraturc.
AVhat a straiige re-mp'icition js it! .IIuKi.ln :
tur, it is tlie jeist known though "hvays rr..t :
thej lenst uriar3toodhou2h always j :r: i.i'.l
-M -'s estate oiler ,jthe ffll is Trhat U i : tur;:
U hature. Ili natural rendition is vidua ; i
natural mchnittwnsj - i - :
, Spine men Late ungovernalda . temper ? u,:.;
aje enraged we should always puce our.--.lrt ;
thirtl party, -not tKe subject cf.rage, but dz
t of anenrasednvinl t!u3
I puriued by.all of us- Kov ridiculous .r : -dJ
uulr uivi cuuuui, icaounaw V UB reapT-
iible for 1ns acts. lie is responsible for beinr in a
condition wbih would ihake him commit a wrong
If tiis be so,' llow unmanly is it to lose; our self-
respect so far as to place ourselves in such a state
I 3 . . - - -
that we are not responsible? Is it not cowardly?
I ' . - :
When a man is wronged, his nature tells bint lie
should be equil to his i adver -arj. He attempts it, j Smethiig has to.be done by the.PEOPLE they
and; it may bejexreeds the bitterness of his enemy ' ar$ the furiice throgh Wluch our politics are puri
Ilerp are twoj wrongs; coniniitted. Qui endeavor j fied and tbrlugh rhieh nch fijthy;dross as wire,
shoidd be to iniulate thegood rather than the impi-1 pulling politicians should not be permitted to pass,
-ous and unj ustl Consequently", when we are wronged If a man ias been a General1 or worse a I nited
we should not attempt to right it.by a wrongful -act.,.
Human nature should be examined, curbed and kept
in subjection, j
Oj:r Dist, SoLiciToit. WldLst at Harnett County,
we, jiadthc pleasure of rapiing with R. Strange, Esq,
State Solieitorl Mr Strangle is a gentleman exten
sively known is an eminentNyoung lawyer a man
who is destined to make himself felt as a public
mart both in lour State and national politics. He is
a true democrat and a worthy sdnf the Old North
Statje. . '. '. .
The Furman University, has conferred tlie
degree of D.EL upon Rev. J. J. Brantley, formerly
pastor of the paptist Church in this plaea. "
EAXAWA" from the sub-scriler on the 8th inrt., a
I negro boy named MANUEL. Said negro; is a
boui 25 years pld, 6 feet 1 or two inches high. He is
supposed to bjj.in the neighborhood of AV. II. Brown
in liobeson county, wLerei he was: last eecn. ? I will
give the abov reward of twenty dollars for his deliv
ery jto me within sixty days from this date Lwill
trive an additibnal reward of S20 for evidence snffi-
cienit to couviit any white man of harboring paid ne-
gio4 JAMES ilcXATT- i
Aiig 20, 185. w-tf : ! -. - ;
. j , : - -NOTICE. 'V!'y-:''
TlkE MAGISTRATES OF HARNETT ARE HERE
,by notiliet to attend at the Court Ho,UPein Toonier
oalM second IMond a v in i fecnf.embfer tuX-rti fur H,t
G. W. PEG RAM, ChnTnT
FOR THE FALL OF 1850.
r IlIE subscribers have received most of their pur
JL : chases fc r the wpproaching: Fall Trade, euibtii
cing a large ajnd general assortment of 1
jGooterle?, Dollow-Ware, I
Iiy the Ton .-or less j
Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe Finuiags. I
generally wanted far maenfaetur of
la great vai
iety. and SADDLERY HARD-WARE.
They have il-so added largely by Direct Importation
from the Manjufactures in Euroce to their
by which they are enabled to wive to ,
irs-the Northern Jobbers' Profit, and,
thej are dinised to sell at a small advance on cost on
their usual trms. They solicit an examination of
their goods b the Trade generally A.
Iii addition to the above variety of Goods which in
the pggregatr constitute one of the largest if not -
Xbe Largest Stork to lie Found in North
the undersigicd are Sole Agents in this place for
Mess. Wm. Carter & Sou. of Chatham CoM for the sale
of tbeir 1 , . ' 1
SUPUUIOR BROGAIS. .
Messrs. C. ir- Son are manufacturing Shoes from
Leather taani l by themselves except the outer sole;
they have all the recent improvements in machinery,
and' are makang 1 '
A Shoe That Planters TTHI Find Superior
in every respbet to any ever otfered for sale in this
section, aud at a reasonable price. Call and seel!
GEU. Y. WILI.iAAiS t CD. ,
August 9, -28AO d-lt w-tf '
Ekank JViUiam's Hyc JVhisJLcy.
1j M1TC1JELL has made arrangements; with ; Dr.
h Frank jWilliams. to be constantly supplied with
hisjcelcbrated RYE WHISKEY, which can be bad at
hisStore at ill times, by wholesale or retail. , ." i '
Oct. lt, 1838. - i tf" :
GOLDSTON & FULLER
i RE NOW RECEIVING their Stock for" the erj
XjL Miing f ill and Winter trade. Consisting mostly,
of Groceries Hardware, Holluw-ivare, Cutlery, Sad
dlery Ac, a! so a large supply of Oottin.liaggitig,and
rope, 13pot3 4: Shoes; all ol which will be sold on as
reasonable Tjerms, as any in this market. .Persons
yisitiag this Iplaed will do; well to give us a call before
purchasing, j . r
j G. W. I. cf0LDST(3N A. W. FULLER.:
; Aug. 12, ls-V9, . Zm-vr , , ,
24.tii3L-tes, 3lis, cfejo-
OPEItM, Rtefined, Lard, Linseed and Tanner's OIL ;
jkj WHlTEjLEAD: Burning Fluid:; Putty ; AVindow.
Glass aud; Ssh of all sizes. ' . '
I j ALSO :'."i
! "A fresh snpply of Pond's Pain Dcstiovcr. -i
Frsaleby iJAS. JIAUTINE.
: Nov. 27. f tf r i .' "
T urpent ne ! Turpcniine ! Tflrpentine
OH 1 1 i TURPENTINE BOXES on and near
0U,UU y ! the Rail Road, about 5 to 6 miles from
1 9ayettevillej, will be rented on good terms to any per-
i toll Wisaingiiu emouris in iiie uuMutsu. ; -
Also, a gdod SAW aud GIUST MILL., and two small
FARMS. H ;-':
Also, twojof the RICHEST FAllMS m the County
of Cumberland, one about one mile from the Market
House, knoa as the Bailey place ; the other about
nine miles from twn, known as the celebrated Ashe
Land, which has 250 or 3Q0 actes cleared land, which
if properly Cultivated, will prodace an average of 30
bushels of Cora per acre. ; , - ,
Tfeose wishing to rent said lands mnst apply soon,
or they cannot be rented. : V? - "
Fer particular? apply to C. E. Leete, Fayetteville,
who is authorized to rent in my absence. - - -
Fayetteville, Feb. 8,
,r cfUce,' erery' day- per
a vice a di?nlnralilv !m- ". tJarnhna : 1ji yirn rtrt --tj-ortr vmI
o .cached, itmust .mevita- raonstrations on the part of ;-7 tho Opposition" j ji
iicart irusUtutions. - Alen 'presses, in our Diaie.- - ni
-r JrrotherTOMlderatidn iaf
..HsJWn Sr" Liti
rssed Xritli themelvei . that
: : per to .ilejte tiaem, s they
1 TT.&ni f f nroTOnt in) mr
civinc thetri elves an aa.'antage .oyer their . feliows.
Wo cannt doubt but 'Jit. tbo present time there
are five hur red aspirants to; the I?residenpy, who
will use all leans, firnd foul, to attain the desired
end : and c. n in all ofJScef down to the State as-
aembly,' asifrants are, as numerous almost as T&ters-
States Senrlor or, Governor, he 14 then and onlifjjierii
fit to be rnida rroiideut. . .Anian trom ttie people
and . why ? Simply because they
have Hot Sirvcd their time at wire pulling, and dont
know how govern ihepubflc piijsel t , , ; ::
-t: It is time br-u3 t6 lopk. for nien--for patriots, t to
fill our ojEBcis; men whoj with honesty and integrity
vrm carry cUt the great design of our; institutions.
Nothing would please iii more' than the total over
throw of these political hwks.whp are kept for the
express purpose of .seizing an oflicp the moment it is
tenantless -:4: .- ' )
The folloHns are the views of J udge ' Iates of
Missouri;, ii relation to the. slavery question, as
stated to a OTirespondeni of the Springfield Repub
lican. The Judge is not a Black . Republican, but
simply a inore decent term for a beast of the same
nature, viz: Southern opposition man. . Of course
after sucli Views' it will appear very" consistent 'on
the part of such journais as; ' the llaleigh ; RcgUier
to traduce such men as Jas. K.Polk of Tennessee.
wliiLt their own men en.teitain such .sentiments as
tue following : ; . j r: " :.. '. .';;'
" It is already' well known that he regards the
existence of slavery in Missouri as a misfortune,
crippling its prosperity arid retarding its growth ;
and believes her destained, by her position and her
true interests, to become ultimately a free-labor
State, gradually, but'nbt Jess surtly.
As to the sovereign power of Gongress over the
territories, the judge remarked that he . had learned
n iCvt tbr S r.ien of tho past Mr.. Calhoun ex-
nfnnlpred iShe fiat of the United States' Supreme
Court, dismissing the case of Dred Scott for want of
jurisdiction, though his judgment did not concur
with theirs. But the long essays which, without
any case before them, the judges 'then -went onto
deliver, in regard to the constitutionally of the Mis
souri Compromise, and the Constitution carrying
slavery into, (he territories ex propria vigore he tf
garded as extra judicial and jyolitical entitled to no
more weigh t of authority tlian the same number of
speeches by eminent Senators id the Lecompton de-
debate. f. I"' ':.''; I- ''.' -"But
I have not time for more extended remarks
on our conversation, except tojsay that he thinks
that the governmental corruption and extravagance
of this administration should, be j rebuked -that the
nationality of slavery is a new Invention, not over
ten years old and that the slave trade, now so
.sham'efnll v reonened. .without even a Presidential
proclamation against it should be stopped . by the
nrojnnM nA most erieriretic execution of the law."
X 1 ; ' " J . ..
What the -views of John M, Botts aj in relation
to this, wo do not know as yet ; no doubt that, as
he lives in Virginia, they will be' pitched, in a
minor key,' and scarcely so ultra as the foregoing.
If any ono has any j doubt as to the doctrine of
the latter day Whig saints we trust the above from
one of the most prominent of the Whig (?) party
will remove 'heir forebodings, j .; "V
This satr.,, Bates is the man who wrote the letter
to the Whist Central Committee of New York last
spring in which he statos that he always was a
whig. "'"-j " H ;" : ' ": i.
Don't shut yonr eyes now, brother whigs, just
ead it (To ' ; ' . ; 1 ... ':-, :4
X Swixdling Operajion f The following ac
coantT of swiiuilini; I whrell Occurred in Ilalti
more a few iloys since, will show that there are
some verdant ones left, whpjshbrait easily to the
to the practices of sharper In the present
case, the victim "was a tradt stnan for .North
Carolina! whowasnpprdaehed whilst standing
in front Of Bitnium's Ilotel by n fellow of rath
er p refill i,-sing appearance, who managed jo
nitfoducdiimseTf, j and on hearing the resi
dence ofme , stranger; stated that whe was a
resident of Charleston, and - had many friends
who Iiyedjn tlie old orth State. Qne of them
he 'obsert. was then in the city stopping at
the Eataw Ilouse ftn as h had liHsiuess with
hun f would! favor the; stranger with an nitro
duction. he parties1 then went to the hotel,
and after a" brief- conversation ! with the third
party, lie asked his accomplice if he could
make it convenient" to nay that $400 which he
owed,t whereupon r fan '...affirmative answer was
. t amont Dolitieians- thrv " T, 7 J m-r ba . pe louror live times, pnwng one oan uiroui;u
.; irf.1vTrtwnl,,ig and shirt sleeves' between. iU arm ani
"if? H legs, plerein- hU
V i - - '? : t? show whether tliejf were'iiieere in tlieir obat tail just between the skirt and waist ; di d
t-3'rt,rEgjn?ti..prp.fessicn third: fiOtugwhere else! Tie managed to ts-
. rvmg tne coniidenc.e-of : the b - " i",'i?'.v ja4iiv,tjfuiuas wunuip t.- . tp vietic. ... 1
given, ono a $iuuo note offered, bat as is conld
not he easily changed the gentlbmau from!
2Conh r Carolina complied with the request to
advance that amount; and retain the note un
til they returned to Barnam's, wlicn it conld be
changed It is needless to state that bn reaching
the irotci, the rascal who introduced himself to
the gentleman soon disappeared; leaving the
party: dnped to discovVr jtiie utter worthIe6s
ncss of the $1000 note. f ? " - - - ! i
,.-'' - ;. -' , .' ..- " , . -h:
The IobiIe Advertiser, pae nf the staaaehest
Whig .papers iij the Union, remained neutral
durirg the ateVpolitical contest an Alabama,
doing no service for either party. J It gives as
a seasoii for tiiis course, jthat "the candidates
offered on both tickets, from Governor to Le
gislature, ; are all Democrats, making no claim
to affiliation with the party or friendliness to
the priucipjes Which we have so long earnestly
and conscientiously Kupportedl in limes of suc
cess and in adversity." .. ' ' . .
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.The Iato XlQCtioai
Tho result 'of tlieldte erection. !h Kortb
ey prcsciit .aU sorts
'ftf1 P do. and wk3ipu rcds6ir83;far'as.''the i-jTe ftppeKed."to.hav.
Pieen t . aspbet of thiiiffs lis cbusidered. " Kat weimhieh wcMt a.vl V,
' ee no
cause oi uespoimerjcy on tne part ot the
ue ; constitution,, whwrli tlieyifittUe'! before
people or whether tliey wriJJ jperil thq Uii -
oy- aaiiereucoito tU Vt?ppos4UO".ra AJon-
and let abolitionisni take tire rttfe and dictation
al laws. . The qpestlou is to decided
rxly. Tne nest Frcsldentml. Election
will tpll thp rotintrv . I . - it
Dnt this is not the time to' take ub life sub
jects hea ring on the next Presidential Election.
When the " noise and confusion" of the (hour
shall have passed a way, we may look rnorc calm
ly into matters We, haye iio serious dread of
the ifesoTt; 'We fcel assured tha all will be
welt." Wilson Ledger
i t Sase Injustice.
jTJiei lastv' ntHub'cr. ofj the Wadesbpro
contains an, article of bunv . trartial. nnsilani
moas, uiijnst,' aural led, for, nnyeeded, mxepoct-
ed and uugentlernanly
remarks relative to &
late difficnlty between'
the Fayetteville Dailv
Mr. Sinclair, editor. of
Carolinian, and la. man
named Bruuer in Salisbury,' together with two
equally dishonest and libellous accounts of the
affair one from some Insignificant newspancr
correspondent, the other from a stiUless repon-
sioia- source, tho- Charlotte- Whig ; showing,
upon the whole, ; a mi id debased aud a heart
dyed in. sin, on the part
ed the article in tlie'
suppose .. A. !ow, vile,
of the man who ;i user t
Argis its editor we
dastard, quiutesence of
meaimess, is shadowed from a crime-sooted soul
so that we dash the sheet from us, never
jgaiu to recognize either it or its editor.
, We are sorry that we are under the necessi
ty of noticing a being whom we cannot receive
as a gentleman, bat when we fail to defend an
innocent but a, much 'wronged friend, 'may our
right hand forget its canning V Daily Delta
?"" hV . :'-r-;. , : '. : '; .:;'"... ':;
Thos. D. McDowell and
family, D Crbmartie and
family, R. S. Gilespie and
family, Thos. W bitted,
A t -r i l :' v a
Thad Love, Thos. " Robinson, '- Jas.! Robinson, J.- A.
McDowell, B. r ltzrandolph, Miss Fannie Cromoxtie,
Bladen, Jno. II. Cook and family, JLolmsm ShflL
G. V. Sperling, Col. C. Ik Ijeetei - A. McRimmon,
P. ;F. Alderman, Fayetteville, II..- Evans and
faniily David Murphy an4 family,' Chaa. Williams,
Mai, A. Alden, Mr Murphy, Miss Alurphy, IL Mc-
family, Jno. Buiej and Lady, Wm. Alderman and
three Ladies, xirch'd. Grafiam and Lady, j.' A. De
vane, Mrs Patterson, James Holmes and Lady;
Cumberland, John Melntyre, and Lady. Misses Mo-
Intvre,' Mr Covinigton and family, J. S. McQueen,
J. A Mclntry; -arid Ladj';, D. A McKinnon, ). Mc
Kinnori, Mrs CHowan, Maj. Monroe, Richmond,
A McNeill, Miss JI. McNeill, C. Johnson j; C. Mc
Millan, Duplin, Rev. I Johnson. . and- famHy, "NV.
Sellars and Lady,
Floral College, Mr Page Marion,
S. C: P. A. McE
hin, John :TaylorV D. Baxton, Dr.
Bethune, Mrs McGoagan, Miss IL S- McNeill, . John
McNatt, CoL McEachm and family, D. McCallum,
James Carver and Lady, J. Brown, Daniel McNeill,
John McRae, Miss Murphy McLean, A. E. McLean
Miss D, McNeill, J, A Malloy, James Malloy,
Robeson. ' . ! " .
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The Wise' Letter. -The opposition, journals are
making. them themselves merry over a letter which
purports to have been addressed, under date of Bich
mond, July 13th, by the governor of ' Virginia, to
the arrangements which the democracy of that great.
State might deem it necessary apd proper to adopt,
with the view of causing their opinions, sentiments,
and wishes to have their due and proper weight in
deterriiining the decision.of. the National Dempcratr
ic Convention at Charleston
If this le ter is genuine, nothing can bo said which
can increase the mortification that must necessarily
be fe.lt by the friends of; Governor Wise at its mop
. If there is 'any sentiment wliich- the Anierican
people cherisHj and which j they -ouglit to re quire
from public mjen, it is political aioaALiTV among
those who aspire to their suffrages. This letter is
calculated, in (he strongest degree, to shake the con
fidence o.thfe people in this respect. It a political
adventurer,hereafter actuated by a profligate diA
regard of consistency and prtriotisn;, Should wish
to find a rhetorical defence "of his aberrations, he!
might find it in this extraordinary letter of Govern
or Wise. Conslitntian.. : j ; ;
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loMATO W ixK. iSow, that tomatoes-, are!
more abundant tliaii they have ever'been knOwiu
to be in former years, the fol'.owiiif; recipe fori
making' frd:n them a inef said to be equal id
llcidsick, will he read .by everybody r f
I Takeama'U ripe tomatoes, pick off-Hie stems
put them 'into a tub, wash them clean, ant
then strniu them through a linen bag. , (One
bushel will make live gallons, of pare winc.l
Add two and a half t6 three ponnds ldaf.sngaf
to each gallon, then pat into a cab ana lerj
nieiit, aud" fix as you do raspberry wine ,1
two gallons of water be added to tlte' five gal
Ions of juice, it will still make a very aiee winej
lirown sufriir mav oe useu nisieau oi loai. wii
tiis win ia.-'inneh' more" snarkliiHT when loul.
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sugar is used. The United States. roighUesi
nort this wine bv the shin .toad It i$aid th
be a delightful beverage ecjual to Ileidsick.
Drowxedu We learn that a man named Waters
in company, with another, in a canoe, while on their
return irom iav is alu ui;ivynvvM
this countv. eneonntered a souall on Tuesday ever
Ino- the 9th inst. Durinz the squall Mr. Waten
fill overboard and was drowned in five minute
Ula h&dv was recovered in an hour afterwards. I
lpaves, a wife aad three children. We have- n
heard the verdict of the inquest, but gather thes
tacts from a reliable source. Washington
The SUte Seal of Oregon, i an escntclieon
supported by thirty-three star with the Unioh
inscribed upon it In relief, mountains au elk
a wagon, Uie Pacific Ocean, an which, there L
a British roan-of-mar departing and-an A raerji
can steamer arriving. The second qaartering
with a alieaf: nlow and nickaxe. Crest the
'American Eagle. ... Legend the State oftQre
" 1 e;VffM?W ditd i tfa Soutft! oifuaestiotat advance over
d2rfct N anotlier crisia" gettuvr, up. ; If the
:!.''. A bl7irD jtlTirtBODnl
Editor" of th lUinbrid nrion hn. h.n.sV-
reference to what occurred the editor srvy
coolly He mildly hit us on tho head vvii'.i a
croseu knife, or somethui'i: elie hard iu his hand.
e oar uoit near at nana,.
as soo:j as we coaiu c.xtn-
cato ourself, we avcidenUlIy puiL'd the
r eppo unlmrt; IiOvsrever by ' dodging out a siua
dornd Jampel from a height sf sonic 11 tj
nauessj wim uxsi coat tail suiverniir
tj which wiJ mifch f 0 - g
don,t know tIiat anvthw can L
iere will be a heavy balance "against thecouu-
gold to meets
be done to.
check ithese excessive importations but it is. well
for prudent men to lock out in time, aud avert
fronjLthe insel Fes so far as practicable the evil
consequences Which so naturally-flovv from tbij
over-trading. , ; ' . . '
-1 Extraordinary IvsaxittJ A woman cvl
dfntly insane, was arrested yesterday morning
on Stockton street She was engaged, when
arrested, in throwing her money into the street
roT a general scramble. She was conveyed to
A 13 A - I . T r , T T
e sianon-nouse. j aier name is JjCcus. Jier
hosband is at sea. She is, apparently, not more
au twenty-five yeare of age, and her appear
ance is uusually prepossessing. She seems to
almost nusconeiops of her actual surroundings,
and entertaius herseli by singing incessantly
same old; baitaus, the recoucctions ot happier
days, which seem to hauut her, niem6ry. -San
I'Yanciseo Herald. .
fekv Island of. sr. Thomas. Thp telegraph
tgs us intelligence that the island of bt.
Tliomas, in the West Indies, has been ceded
by Denmark to the United Ssatcs. This island
lies about 33 miles east of Porto Rico, and in
mt 18 20Vn.orth .and .long" . ,64 55' west . The
greatest" length-cast and west is 12 miles, and
the average breadth less than S miles,
lt appears, upon an cxamjiLation, 'that the
average issue of copyrights for books for some
yjears past,, so far as may be 'ascertained, has
been about' three thousand per annum. New
York leads in the number of copyrights, and is
fallowed by Pennsylvania and Massachusetts
j TriE Bible in Citina 77n pverland Friend
M China r in an article referring to the great
rpbellioH in China remarks that there is no
very clear evidence that it would succeed, or
lio crreat certamtv that the crovernment would
o able to subdue it. , A. letter from one of the
rovinces in partial ' possossion of, the rebels
Abtatofl that Abe, ins'irircntH were r,-ulAUl.4i; llf.
schools, &c It is said, however, that the in-
surgents have imbibed gross J, 'and that the
j Bible printed bj them is the version of Gulzlair,
Lto whole or in part, in winch!
and,that of -others are blended
; v .::'.'-. : ' " . Niagara, August 1 8th .
-k Blondist Crosses Niagara .-j-BIoudin cros
sed the river pesterday, 'with a man: oa his
back. Daring the performance a row occur
red, and a man Q years old,! named Colwell
was throwu oyer the rivei bank and killed.
PofessQr.Manry, of, the. National Obscrva lo
ry, haav been jiuvite'd: by,; t.be. directors of tha
Atlantic Telegraph Company, to form one of
the consulting! .committee to : investigate and
advise the directors as .to the best arrangement
of ; the external form, . specific gravity, a;id
electrical coustrnction of the next cable. '
" Pomological Society. The Pomolbgical So
ciety of North and South' Caroliua" met in this
City yesterday. W.e leani that although is
was not as well attend by representatives froi.i
abroad yet quite an interest (Wns manifested,
and a large variety of choice Fruit was exhi
bited, land several interesting Addresses were
delivered. Charlotte Bulletin.1
. Cardinal Anten'oUi is said . to contemplate
resigning his political position as Papal Foreign
Secretary, This we learn through a private
letter. Whatever -people may find reason to
6ay politically against the eminent Antenolli,
per8onaIiy he is a most-, amiable, gentleman and
a most accomplished scholar.
i -Victor Eemaxukl and Francis .j oskpii .
A Turin letter iu La Nord, ofj Brussels, says
that Victor Emaiiuel had. an 'interview with
Francis Joseph after the singing of the pre
liminaries of Vjllafrunca, and that these per
sonages ; have a perfect underftanding, with
each other as to the affairs Of Itally. .
A man calling himself G; II. Knapp was ar
rested, recently ia Hartfjrd,Ct., .for-passing,
counterfeit bills to the amount of $410.
Among them were 10s on the: Bank of Capo
Fear,l Wilmington, N. C;
' The present white population 'of South C.ir'im
including St Thomas, St. Dctii.k, and Pi iri' :- Vil
liam Parishes, from which tliet c are iis 1 1 no re
turns, is 301,114. In 18-30, it was 274,r,-hi. I i ia
this, it will be seen that the tide of emigration i- on
the wane. S. Carolian. i T
C e l.e bri n e.3 . CoMi.vc Private letters froir.
Paris inform ns that Madame Ilistori has mailer
up her mind to visit the United States for tho
purpose ofgiviiiga series of her grand pel cona
tions. ' ' - .
" j Dickens will be in America in eight week-'.
!j Flour is rapidly falling under tho promise of
the new crop. Most kinds can ic w,be brought
in New York at three dollars barrel cheaper
than during tab first week in April.
j ,The following is. a bit'of sensible advice ta
young men : iv- temperate, go toveInirch,
attend to' your affairs, love nil the girls, inarry
ODe of then, live like a man, and prepare to
die a Christian.
I There are no !es than 4;500 lodges of Free
Masons in the United Slates, nearly all of
which are said. to be;in an unusually flourishing
condition.; :'.- .-. ' '"; ':' ; j
BAjiETrSJt' Sylvanus Cobb, with all the mem
bers of his family, was baptizpd not long since
bjr the Universalists, at Norway, Maine.
t I .