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1THE. NOBLEST MOTIVE IS
THE PUBBIG GOOB."
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
T I I S, $2 00 PER" ANNUM,
' . . - S
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C,
SEPTEMBER 17, 1859.
f - i i i
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TERMS OF SUBSCKIPTION.
StugVe copy, in advance, per annum
at the -ijiid of tliq year
Suigle Ctiuessiive cents.
No Mub'sci iptioa will le received for less than
ILutes of Vtlvertising. ,
Sixtr ca&U per square of 1G lines, or less, for
first. a:id 3 '.) ceuts fqr each subsequent insertion,.
Any period under 'three months. ' "
For three months, . . . . . St 00
. For six mouths, . . . .. . 00? :
Fur twelve months, . . . ... 10 00,
' l.i.';i , ivi vi tiiyiui u.ta ij . . v.r-.-
t -r ihJ. Aivci:ti-ifjrs are particularly requestedtj to
si. if " tli i mnnber i.I' insertions desired, otherwise ttjey
, i 1 1 b: i averted until forbid, and charged accordingly.
:?r .J OH WORK of all kinds executed neatly and
' SINULAlli & IJAKK
CLEMENT (i. WRIGHT, i
f ATTORSKY AT LAW, '
layettoville, 3NT- O-
1 'M' lract!C,e: in the counties of BTaden, Samp-
t : s'm and Cumberland. Prompt attention givjun
to. all bu-i'uess committed to Lis charge:
! , W: S. NORMENT.
! ATTO-liXKY AND COUSNELOII kl LAW
LUMIiKRTON, N. C.
" 7 ILL ATTKND the Counfty.aod Superior Courts,
T- o! L'ob !son, (JiunberLind., 151aden and Colum-l.n-.
Ail bn'-'ii- ititrastbd to his care, will receitc
p.i-Diiiiit'-alt'Mitio'u.. ( -Mli.ce in the Court House. '
1 ,!OI!N P; FULLER,
ATTORNEY AN1" COUNSELOIl AT LAW,
1 1 T . I.L I'll VCTlClv: in the t-outt! ot KoiK-son
V : t','iniber!antl. Culiiml'ms and Bladen.' Office at
. ' L!.inb;;rto;i, RotVso.u co., N. C
.Jul v f. .i.- w.:;in.
AUCTiOA'EErt COMMISSION MERCHANT,
. ,'E:itt Siilti 6f Gillespie Street,
Fa.ti:ttevii.i,k, N. C.
N'.,v. is:. . : '.. .
H. GEA HAM,
. 01 cuti nu 5 sioii ill crdjant.
wiLMixtrox, n. c.
r;LTj give-proinpt :antl personal .attention to a
I Co..i-i''jcM.!ir'!i.ts- (vf Siiirit'4 Turpentine, Rnsii
T.i!-. Tarpntin and all country produce for sale.
- ' v aL ) i" I I -Ml u; stairs over tin -Store of M r -.Vol
i.i -a' id joining "LutJcrluh's . L'arf. North W-ate;
.-',( ::: Sli et t. ... - -
; -I'.ii',-- f'!. : ;;;; -. tr .: ' :.:.
FA JC'I Tia I j.Ll IIOTFL,
f:- :- T. WADDII.L rilOI'RIKl OR.
-s f IIIIS. the most coinmoilious ITot
tir.-.-.SiwW. I in North' Carolina, fronting 3U0
atcU .n .the. centre cl f lit- ..T? nTr
p..i :Un .i (1m t-.v. n. si-hdurnuiidel by :ill tl.e hai;
ia r li..-.iM-s. w hV.l.'Mi'Ie ihOrchauts. aiul priKcipal pi
! ' . vA:i:i: -V.H-s- men v. ill find the Hotel a.convrnie
an I f-mi.-i'i .'ri-!ii d ' ' hJ4ise., ' i ' . , -
' A 11 i'.h- S4acs: ifrj-ivt and I part from this Hotel.
! ;;,. ill.'. April 2. 13 'r
TiX- AKi :, c.
.' li in.l. a lai-":e aWoiiiuent of Box :uvd eookiiig
7 . S;.- - ; Tin-warie: HlVcctdion :,Lead I ' 1 1 - A
sr.-tl c Old Dominion tollee rot.1' l or sale i y
N.KV.r. tf ..jamks1a;aivTixi:.
vviv-ri imk'tEntly rrRCiiA,sr:r the
l'"C.nne.l V'MeKeUiiiJi. t-am"- now carrying on thie i
' ' .... . , .t. i n(..ii' i
jiirr. ,i it. l'U-i;!''-- ;u council s uniu. t :
: - R. II. LYON.
Aiir 1 1 .-."!. ' w-tf -.;
1 - L. ' -I '
MY OliO. LAUDER,
. - t.;Sf.
1 . 3;v
Two Doors above . T. Haigli -& Sou's Store,
1 . " - FavettcvillCi j . U.
OetT 1, lS-'.S. ly. '
f J FHiT FiXISIlEj).A SUPERIOR. STILL CAP i
WniilM t. work tiftfeti Barrels, which I will sell
. -'r.'a:aldo terms. -- Apdy soon
F.ty. tt. ill.-. May l:. '.30. -
f J M ITS KYI.i: IS X )W H ElEIV I XG
1 LAHOE SUPPLY
S ib 13 ; i d a
?I ATS, SllOIiS; DOLTIXG CLOTIfS, Arc.,
' All ff w.h;cTtNviil t c offered by Whole-salejor Ketaii
a- lov a iliv same tiiality can be had in this State. ,
M:trch 12. i s.y i" . 1 ,u' '
Losr. r T
DROF1T.1) front iky Sulkv, on the Fayettevillc
.;;a.nd (V,ur., lU:.iltfiload in about 1 1 miles of Fay
1 tt.eviib". my Mi-dieitl bags, containing-a pocket cae
of lustruni-its ttci "-"-The tinder will be liberally rje
. w arded by addressing- the. ubscribcr at. Fa vcttevil b.
Juiy 23-1 I tod. JX(. M MeLEAN. :
SFERM. Re!in(Ml;-tard. Linseed and Tanner V OIL
. WHITE LEAD: I!urni!ig Fluid; Putty ; Window
G las and Sash of afl .-ics. r , ,
i . ALSO
A frrdi supply of Bond's Fain Destroyer.
For sale by J. . ! JAS. MARTINE.i
i .- Nov. 27: tf. . - - ; . : ; . . . j
BEDSTEADS JlJfD CHAIRS
For Sale at reduced prices, at the Auction Sto-ire
e - A r 'MUDiirr.t I
A ig 1, 1833.
DR. R. SCOTT o.Ters bis profes.Ion.al services to
the community ..arid, mav.be seen at his office.
two door hast ot the Market.
; ." dpt. o. !.:.:. ; . w-tf . - .
2&iss licc Campbell
"lirjLL. RESUME . HER SBHOOL, on Gillespi
V Street, on Moiulay Oet 3rd, 1859.
SeDt 12. w-3t i d-lt I
FOR THE FALL OF 1859.
rf II El subscribers Lave received most of tljeir pur-
cbases for the approaching Fall Trade, embra
cing a argo and g( neral assortment of
Cooe fries, Hollow .Ware,
the Torf or less ;
Leather, Calfskins, Shoe Findings.
enerally wanted for manufacture of
In grat variety
and 8 A DDL EI! Y 11 A R D-W A RE .
They fhave also a
jlded largely by Direct Importation
from th; Mafiufaet
res in Europe to their :
JllFZ CUTLERY j
Department, by w
hkb they are enabled to savg to j
their customers tl
L" Northern Jobbers7 Fronts, ana
L sell at a small advance on cost on j
they are disposed t
tbe.r usual terms,
their cdod br the
They solicit an examination of;
t'r ii'de' .generally f ' ;:i ' I
:i':lz. udiilti6iintw t&
"above ar:etv oli0oC3r.3Bcli
the aggregate con;
tiiute one of the largest If not j
Stork to be Found in Xorth
the undersigned jJre Sole Agents in this: place for j
Mess. Wm. (Jailer
Sou. of Chalhaiu Co., for the Sale
JRIOR BROGANS. j.
Messrs. ! C. & Sor
are manufacturing Shoes from
Leatheri tanned by
themselves except the outer sole;
they have all the r
cent improvements in machinery,
Planters Will Fini Superior
anv ever offered for sale in this
and arc making
A jShoe Tbat
in every respect ti
section and at a r
basonable price. Call and see ! !
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO-d-lt
Angut 'J, 48"D
TT701LD ISVITE ATTE.TIO TO TLlil
T T lund desirable Stock of
O C E III E S.
CONSISTING IN FART OF
1.30 Bars of Rio.
Laguara and Java Cottec :
100 libls. ami III
ds. Sugar (assorted ;)
2) ijhds. Mola.
.30 ' " Bacon,
Sidrs and Shoulders.
OU0 Saks Sail t
loO lioxeS good
'obacco ; !;'
Adamantine and Tallow Candles:
12." ' Sperm
Soap, (jassorted ;)
100 Bags -Shot
1000 Ijbs. Bar Ledd ;
.304 IJI.'lw. Snuff d
Eagle Mills ;) j
a I.AKGK UN
O GKNKKAL. ASSOI1TMKX T; OF
II Aj It W A
It hZ A N C U X 1 15 n Y .
,of all descriptions ;
h. Swedes and Feruviah Iron ;
Cast St( el :
Corn hellers an
Straw Cutters ; ' j
and Fails ; ! :
afid Jute. Ropo. (al! lvinds and
Lines and Bed Cords ;
f.uafetv :) Flov
l.llov Ware ;
Cotton Yams an
All of which wil
1 Sheetings at Factorv'Prices';
be sold low for cah. or on usual
time to broanpt pafrng customers
e.i 1 1 a.i'lj cxai'i.-no
whciv . i
D.. & W. Mc LAURIE. r
rs & shots
rLL AND WINTER S10CK,
HAWLEY & HN
4 RE ireccivinir ;
large stock ot Boots and Shoes.
J.. cmibracing ev!
b-y variety of style and 'quality.- .
Gads' '1 Boys an
I Youths' Calf Boots, Gaiters
. and Quilted Bottoms. -
i and Children'' fine hechd
In rreat variety.
Slippers and Sliooi
A purtorior. article
f'A XT "S, 'SIIOKS. .. I -.
made to our1 order
A' lar.i supply o
double fole : pure
Clack and Russi-t ; single and
ased direct from Manufacturers at
cash priecJs ; will be. sold cheap, j '
t - -rh I 1
Jcather of a a .kinds ;
!hw -Ei 11 din
s 'of every acscnfition.'
f which we
oiler low for cash, or on usual time
A u .
Ited with me, in this lijie, Mr John
Dai ley, ai
d will style the tirin ORRELL, &
Nv'e.have.purchaRcd the Steamer Sovthkkxkr, and in
a few days, will 1
ive a New Flat employed with her,
Those avoring u
k with their patronage mav rely
upon prompt de
fliatch. by applying to Mr. Dailey on
board, pr to me a
R. M. ORRELL.
R. M. ORRELL
JOIIX K. DAILEY
March -1C. 1S.39
Im the subscriber on the Sth ihst.. a
bov nliin-ed MANUEL. Said negro is a-
bout 2J vears old
(i feet I or two inches high. He is
the neighborhood of V. II. Brow n
, where he was last teen. I will
suuijosld to be in!
in Robeson count
jrivc tltt; above re
yard of twenty dollars ler his dejiv-
ery to pi: within
Bixty days from this date. I will
ci.ve art additional
1 j'twanl of S-M) for evidence suffi-
cien t tb convict a
ly white man of harboring said i:e-
rurpeiitine ! Turptnline
RFENTINE LOXES on and near
e Rail Road, about 5 to (i miles from
ayettf ville, will
son wisiliing to en
be rented on good terms to anyper-
bark in the business.
Also good SA
W and GRIST MILL, and tw o small
RICHEST FARMS in the County
Al-sol two of th
of CunUerland, otie about one mile from the Market
the Bailevplace : the other about
nine miles from q
own. Known as me ceieoraieu amiu
Lands, ;which h .s
Uoi) or ."JOU acres cleared land, which
ted, will produce an average 6-f 0,
bushels of Corn pier acre. ,
those Avishiug tb rent said lands must apply soon,
or they cannot be
I or particulars
who is jauthorized
applvto C. E. Leete, Fayetteville,
to rent in my absence.
A. X. McBOXALU.
b. 8, 185.". -tf
I he Undersigned Informs
By His line of
Row anf w ill not 1
tatio; of freight.:
Coats, that the loss of the jsteamer
sson h(s facilities, for the tiranspor-
wie New Steamer , J
will tace her plate, and for Iightn.ess of draft, freight
tnu iiinsn tor Passeagers. she is not
surpassed by any
uoat,ver on Cape Fear River.
1 T. S. LUTTEKLOII j
: d w 3t
. f ; '
: Sepi 8, 1859.
general afsortment of every thing in the above linej
; S ' ALSO ' 1 ' !
A prime article of Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE;
Crushed and jiJrown Sugar ; Sugar lfou.se Syrup anfl
Af o ccoc
All of whish is offered on as good terms as' can lp
bad in this cdarket.
'Nov. 27, 1 tf
JA. FE tBKRTOX HAS TAKEX THE agency foV
SCOYlLE ifc GOODELLL'S celebrated i
S40 SOWING illACIIINlRS,
These Machines are extensively used in th's com.
munity, and are pronounced by competent judges tii
the best j '
. 1 FA Ulit Y MA CHINE S KNO WX.
So simple jia the arrangement, that the Midline 14
ncjt liable to jge out of 'order, and domestics may be
tahght in ;a few tyours to use it with ease and success.
Numerous tetinxonials migjht be obtained to show the
entire satisfaction w;iiich j these Machines have "giv
en, and all te Agent"; ask' pf those who desire. to pur
chase, is to call and see for then-dvesdhe facility and
efficiency Of its execution. ' I
I ! " J. A. PEMBERTON .
?ept. 9, IS 39. ' w-5t d-lt
TEAM EH 'FANN Y;; leaves Fayetteville every
Sand Thursday nujrniDg, at 15. minutes
i; and Wilmington, Tuesday and Friday,
at j o'clock,
tnent of Flat
carrying paasengers and freight.;
SOUTHERNER,7' with a full comple-
, makes one or more trips peT week, as
s may require
The accident to the Steamer "ROWAN"" w ill be
repaired in aj
few days. She will then take her place
Tl S. LETTER' LOH.
-tf - . ,r
in the line.
Oict. 9. I
Ekmfield, Mass., 20tb Bee, 1855.
Tn. J. Ci ApR : 1 do not lisitate to say the
ln-t rt'in.-cly I hnvu evei- found for Qoup;h.,
li.i.ti wue-i. laiflunza. and, the concomitant
sy ii!ouis of 4 did, is xoiiv C'litKRY 1'e.toral.
Jt-'oinst:mt lie in my prartice and my family
fi.r tl-.i- ! i-t toil yrars !rt fhon it to possess
suiK-riiir virties lur thi? tn-Ht'iii.'nt ot tliese'
complaint.-?. ! EBKN KMO I1T, M. V.
Jk'. . Mdll1bKV, KsQ..of Utica, X. Y.. writes: " lmve ysed
your J'Ki.TOUAt myst lf and in my lamily ever siiieo join invented
it. 'and believait tlie Itest medicine for its i.uipose ever put out.
With a bud cod i should sooner pay twenty-five 'dollars tor a
bottle than dc without it, or take any other remedy,1"
Croup, "Whooping Cough, Influenza.
j" Springfield, Mrss., Feh- 7, 1R.V?.
BuotiieR Ater : I will choctrfully certify, yonrTKCTOKAi. i the
he$t remedy vfe possess for the euro of Whooping Hngh; ",
anji thochest fliseades of children. We of your fraternity in the
Soiith appreciate your skill, and commend your ni'- Jk ine to our
AMOS LES, Esq., Months ey, I a., wriws, 3?1 Jan.
h-id ;v tedious Influenza, which confined me in doors
took many mddieim-s without n-lief ; finally tried yoiir Pectoral
Ijv tho adricd of our cleisvman. The first dose relieved tlm
soienes.3 in my throat and lunfrs; less than one half the lx.ttle
made mo comjuetely well. Your medicines are the Mienpest
as the U'st wo can buy, and we eKteeirr you, poctor, and
yojnr remedied as. the poor man's friend." j
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
1 f West Manchester, Pa., Feli. 4, 1P50.-
Fnt : Your Cherry Pf.ctokal is performing marvellous cures
in this section. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms
of, consumptiiin, and is now curing a man who has labored under
an affection of the lungs for th last f rty j-ears. !
! j I1EXRY L.. PARKS, Merchant. .
AI A. RAMSEY, M. P., Albion, SIoxroe Co., Iowa, writes,
Sept. 6, 1855:j"During mypracticeof many years Ijhave found
nothing equa to your Ciiekkt Pectoral for giving base am! re
lief to consumptive patients, or curing snch aft are curai.le."
We might Idd volumes of evidauce, but the mostjpom ini-iii
proof of the irtues of this remedy is found n its tffects upon
trial. 1 . ': 1
: Consumption. ;i
! Probably rip one remedy has ever been known which cured io
many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no ! human aid
can reach ; biht even to those the Cherrt Pectoral affords re
lief and comlbrt. ;- .
j Astor House, Xew York Citt, March 5, 1S56.
Doctor Ater, Lowell: I feel it a duty and a pleasure to in
form you wliat your Cherrt Pectoral has done for my wife.
She had bee4 five months laboring under the dangerous symp
toms of Consiimption, from which no aid we could pj-ocm-e jrave
her much relief. She was steadily failing, until Dr.j Strong, of
this citv. Where we have come for advice, recommended a trial
of your medicine. We bless his kindness, as we dq your skill,
for she has rdcorered from that day. She is not yet ias strong n
bhe used to bf , but is free from her cough, and calls herself Wei).
Yours, with gratitude and regard. .
ORLAXDO SHELBY, of ShelBTville.
Omstanvtivies. do not despair till you have tried AtEr's Cdeiirt
.Pectoral.: it is made by one of the best medical chemists in th -.world,
and iti cures all found us bespeak the high merits of its
virtue. Philadelphia Lv'ger. :j
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE scieJces of Chemistry and Medicine have fceen taxed
their utaiost to produce this best, most perfect purgative
which is.knwn toman. Innumerable proofs areehown that
: these PillS hkve virtues which surpass in excellence the ordina
i ry medicines,i!and that they win unprecedentedly upon the esteem
' of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to
: cure. Their ipeuetrating properties stimidate the vital activities
of the body, emove the obstructions of its organs purify the
blood, and exel disease. Tliey purge out the foul hnTnors whieh
breed and gtow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or
gans into thpir natural action, and impart healthy tone with
strength to the whole system. Xot only do they cure the every
day complaints of every bodyJmt also formidable And danger
ous diseases jthat have baffled "the best of human skill. W hile
they produce powerful effects, they are, at the samejjtime, In di
minished doi-s. the safest and best physic that can tie employed
for children.! Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take;
and beings piirely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm.
Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sub-
stantiated bjj men of such exalted position and character as to
forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and
physicians Iuivq lent their names to certify to the public the re
liability of nty remedies, while others have sent nie the assur
ance of their conviction that my Preparations couribute im
mensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering ftllow-mc-n.
The Agen below named is pleased to furnish gratis my Amer
ican Almanac, containing directions' for their use, and certifi
cates of their cures of the following complaints : jj
Costivenei, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Iropy, ITear
burn, Headrtche arising from a foul Sto&iacb, Xnuw-a. Indices- ;.
tion, Morbid ilnacrion of the Bowels.and pain arisinji therefi m,
1'latulcncy, jjoss of Appetite, all Ulcerdtos and Cutaneous Dis
eases which jrequire an evacuant Mediciiie, Scntfula or King's
BtU. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the sy--tem,
cure many complaints which it would not be sutposed they
oould reach, Jsnch as Deafness, ParUal Blindness, Neuralgia and . .
Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys,
Gont, and olher kindred complaints arising froni & low state of
the body or Obstruction of its functions. i
Do not be put off br unprincipled dealers with some other pill
they make more profit on. Ask for A tee's Pills, and take noth- '
ing else. ! N4 other they can give'you compares w ith this in Us
intrinsic valiie or curative powers. The sick want the best aid ,
there is for (hem, and they should have it. " j
lrjparel ly Dr. J.C. AYER
Practical aad Analytical .Chemist, Xowell :
PEick, 25 Cts. per Box. Ftvs Boies roa
S noV TccelfTJfef
S. J. HINSDALE,
: Fayetteville, N.C
(WEENG IX ADDITION to
T,e lrsai siock the following goods,
- - 'S Coffee, Rio, lnguira id Java.
' iiU I t ?1Ws Sugar, different grades.
-,r- ,1 avF. asBonea qualities.
f ?? Half Bbls Eag!e Mills Snuff, in small bladders
auoires and Kegs Super Carbonate Soda. ;
20 Stewarts Hanrlv-
&?n Candles, Adamantine and Sperm.
5 Dales Bagging, Duadee and Guntiy.
2 Tons Hollow ware.! f
200 Sacks Liverpool Salt.
500 Lbs Bar Lead, ;
6 . Bags shot. : " -
I0J Keg Nails.
. ; ALSO - '
, Collars, WliipK &c,
." 1 GINGER, PEPFEH and SPICE '
Window Glass, Putty and White Lead.
Cigars, Green and Black Tevs.
Bale Rope and Twine.
Manilla lioje, SaslrGord &e. r
-Brooms, Buckets, Pails and Matches.
Cotton Yarn3 and Sheetings at factory prices.
And a good many other articles not mentioned, and
expect to. make such additions" to our stock, as the
trade requires. We Will sell at wholesale or retail,
low for cash ; or o:i time to prompt paying customers,
or exchange for country; produce. i
i Persons wanting gioods. in our line, are requested to
examine our ttoek before purchasing.
' PEMBEltTOX & SLOAX.
E. L. PEMBERTON". GEOliaE Sl.OAX.
Aug. 25, 185D. w-4t-fs . d-3t
Fall and Winter-Good 1 859.
WE are now receiving and by lsrtSeptember will
have in store OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL
AND WIXTEll GOODS, comprising a barge assort
ment ot ! j
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, 1
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Bonnets, -..
REA DY MAD E C LO TIW G,
All of which we are disposed to sell at at the lowest
market prices for cash or good paper
II. & E J. LILLY.
Aug. 26, 1S59
TThU. JAMES DAVIS, having
JLjr decided on; permaneAtly ocating m -the
Town of Favetteville, respcctfull'o ffers his servi
ces to the citizc ns of this place and surrounding
country. In all the various branches of his Pro
fession, including the manufacture of Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, iafter au extensive experi,
once, to which is added a thorough Dental educa
tion, that ho can give entire satist'acOJ1 as far as
it is in the. power of Dentisry. All irregularities
of the Teeth treated iri a proper and careful man
ner, as well as diseases of the mouth, None but
"he proper inetals aremade use of iu tho various
perations. Charges will be moderate, that thet
V nefits of the Prbfession mHyr be placed within
ii.. ,.c n I..- i .... .4-1,
tTio vv iii bo found at aU tinfes'.
ASSETS $25,618 62.
S Company has been iii operation more than
sis-jems, auu Jias- pinu iiesrire iusst"H. amuuui,
-. -1 -l ' j,i It.. I : 1 .. . : i
ing to $23.'21.87 .without auy asses;
hne,h t insurance
a erag'ng its nicn:bersiaboht i per dent.
Amount of property now insured,,! $1,563,490.01
Afhount pvemiumj notes now on hand, 247 ,738.08
! DIRECTORS : ! ""
II. L. Myravcr; 1
i Henry Lilly, j
N. A. Stcdman, J
S. J. Hinsdale, I
T. S. Lutterloh,
W m. McLaurin,
S. T. Hawlev,
W. X. Tillinghafi,
A. A. McKelhan.
J; D. Williams; '
James G. Cook,
A, W. Steel,
Hon. J. G. Shepherd.
A. . Hall, Wilmington
GEORGE :McXEILL, PBESIDEXT.
D. A. RAJV, JVICE PKESIDJCXT.
C. A. MCMILLAN, SECRETARY.
J. Collins and C. CjMcG'rumrnen. Travelling Agents.
7fc$r The Company; invite applications. -S;,
May '19, 1859. .?. " :. , -. j '' "" - yV wly'r
MOIlE MY GOODS!!
I AM JUST RECKIVIN MY SPRING STOCK OF COODS
in my line. They werjs selected in the Northern Citico by
myself, with great curej. and bought on the most reasonable
terms, by which I ain enabled to offer the largest stock I ever be
fore offered to the public, and to offer them generally
AT GREATLY REDUCED PKICES.
R USONS.FIGS. PRUNES-. APPLES. LKMOIfS. ORANGES
CHERRIES, CURRANTS. &c;
PICKLES, JELLIES AND PRESERVES,
i A GRrTAT VARIETY ;
PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF (VARIOUS KINDS ;
kid D LES, DRUMS. FI FES, FLUTES; B AN J OS., GUITARS, &.c
, Walking Cjanes of every kind ;
: BASKET AND WILLOW WARE
IJebby Uorsea. Sic.;. ,
NUTS FINE AND COMMON CANDIES: SARDINES
- FINK CIG BS ; S. VI OK ING AND CHEWING TOBACCO ;
CRACKERS: FINE POCKET KNIVES ; A LARGE
'ASSORTMENT; QF PORT-MONAIES, SOAi
VERV NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND
FANCY-GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE
NOTIONS"; -M ASSORTMENT OF
INDIA RUBBER GOODS, WHIPS,
' .O.MBS., FISHING TACKLE.
The public are respecully invited to call and examine my
stock. I have a great mahy handsome things that cannot fail
to please. I '
.' j - JAMES R. LEE.
April 2,lS09; -tf : i j' Hotel Building.
AS I am determiriodj 0 emigrate to the West, J of
fer my land for sale, containing Nine - Hundred
Acres more or less, J located on the Turnpike raad
leading from Fayetteville to Rockingham, Twenty
four mjles from the former and twenty eight from the
latterTand also, between; four and five miles from the
Center Plank road. On the above tract of land there
is a small Farm of 0d upland cleared, with all the
"uuuiugj uccfJ'sa.ry lor it t-iuaii lai mri , auv. -
are also about Ten acres of good; Swamp land, cat
down and ditched, ready for clearing up, all of which
is well adapted to the!production of Corn, Cotton &c.
There is also an excellent Mill Site, on this land on
a never ceasing Stream, the dam of which is partly
made. Any person wishing to go into Turpentine,
would do, well to, call and examine for themsalvee,
as it is not inferior to any in the State, for Turpen
tine; If the above mentioned land, is not sold by the
Uth; of October, I will offer it at public sale, of which
due notice will be given. Any person wishing to in
quire into "the particulars,, may address me at Mont
rose, P.O., or may find mo at any time, at my. resi
dence". ' . - v
.X i' : , J. J, JOHNSON.
Aug. 27, 1859. : ' C-tw ' l td pd ;
1 A iPk A rvT.P.S . ! TALLO W WANTED. jFOR
JmJJJ whieh the highest casb price will be
paid. A. M. CAMPBELL.
; Oct.l, 1856. ! tf v
J1LE XOimi CAUOLINO
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT'B 14.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Our Difficulty with England.
One of the strangest things in the world is, that
two nations like the U. States and Great Britain
should be continually growling at each other,
never content with what wo have, Kbut like the
horse leach we are trying give, give ! TliU trait
of the American character is not' a little i indulged
in by our cousin over the water, and it appears that
at this time the John Hulls are a littlo grasping
and wish, to appropriate more than is their own.
'- Tle Island of San Junn is the bone of contention
at present. It is au Island huo fifteen miles
Long Jbxevcn;. wide. I-h eitwtUl Wtwoen the
Straits of Rosario and the Canal da Harojti claimed
byiAYashiuton Territory as a portion of Watcom
county. The British also claim it as belonging to
the crown. , .-. -, : ; ;'.--"
According to the treaty of '46, it is most evi-?
dent that this was acknowledgi'd to be the property
of the United Stat js. . f! . ! ! f
The treaty of June 13, 1846, stipulates as follows :
Article 1. "From the point of the forty -ninth, para
llel of north latitude, where the boundary laid down
in existing treaties and conventions between Great
Britan and the United States terminates, the line of
boundary between the territories of her Britannic
Majesty and those of the United States shall be con
tinued westward along the 49th parallel of north
latitude to the iniddle of the channel which scpara-
tes the continent from Vancouver's Island ; and
i thence southerh' through the middle of the said
channel and of Fuca Straits to the Pacific ocean :
Provided, however, that the navigation of the said
channel and straits south of the forty -ninth parallel
of north latitude remain free and open to both par-
tie.s. . ;. - .
Phere are two chann-Li between the.' continent
and Vancouver's Island, both 'of which lead Into the
Straits of Fuea. There are the Straits of ltosario
and the Canal de Faro, the latter of which is near
est to Vancouver's Island and is the recognized
channel, stipulated in the treaty, for two ireasons
1st, it is really the only channel, being the widest
and deepest; and 2nd, it is nearest to Vancouver's
Island the property which it was, ,'. the desire of
Britain to secure at the time the treaty was made.
Besides, at that time there yere no British sub
jects upon any Island save Vancouver's, and that
only, upon the extreme Southern end of the Island.
In the treaty there is no island mentioned except
Vancouvers', as being the property of Great Britain.
And we may safely infer that the islands nearest
the continent belong to the continent, except words
to the contrary were used.
The island is one of great importance to the JUni- J
ted States, from its near proximity to our possess-
i 1 1.' ii i ni ti . r imi ...... i. i . . a
r.. ui... :Jy nrn imc lsiana.verv
close to it. It is also a most important fishing sta-
tion and bids fair to be a valuable piece. of i property
to AVashington when it becomes a state. ii . .
Lately the British government has begun to for
tify Vancouver's island, and the Russian Govern-j
ment,has taken the precaution to attend to their
possessions in that latitude i n the same way; "While
ve are willing to concede what is rightfully theirs,
we ought and no doubt will demand and; enforce
our own rights at all hazards. : ' j - t
Gen. Harney has taken possession of the place':
and the British Government has done the same. jj
What the result will be we know not.
The African Slave Trade
The adtuiiiistration cannot be too highly
commended for the efficient and early step.
it has taken j to suppress ther African Slave!
Trade. In .this as well as in nearly all others
instances, is demonstrated most satisfactorily
to the peoplj of the Nation, the efficiency, abill
Ity, and excellent management of those whose
province and duty it is to administer the laws
of the land. According to the joint treaty
with fengland, the United States is required;
to place a force of Eighty guns, ou the Afri
can Coast; the administration, however, has
increased the number of Guns to one hnndred
and sixteen. ""v;"-P'-''. .:.''.-"-
Secretary Toucey, has ordered the following
squadron, with efficient officers to each' vessel
to the coa,st of Africa, The Steamers SaSjr
Jacinto, Mystic, Sumpter, Mohican . and the
Sloorjs of War Constellation, Portsmouth
Marion and "Vincennes. The Constellation is
the! flag ship. j
On our otwn coast the steamers5 Crasaderf
Iiientl Maffit. - t!ie Mohawk. Lieut. Craven':
Wyandotte, Lieut. Stanly and Fnlton. Cornj.
Q. G. Williamson. These Vessels are intende
also to cruise upon the. Cuban shore in order
to detect any Slavers which might elude th
vigileuce orlhe Naval . force on the "African
coast. They are of much ligter draft than'
those formerly employed by us ; hence they
will be the better prepared to hase vessels ib
this lawless business in shallow water. f
SThc following notice of our distinguished
townsman is from the. Washington Dispatch. J
" Jcdoe Shepherd. It has been convenient for
Judge Shepherd to spend the two Sabbaths in this
place. Last week he attended Martin i ourt; this
week he is presiding at Pitt Court The Judge has
set an Example worthy of imitation, in his punctili
ous regard . of. the " Sabbath. He don't ! travel on
Sunday. Let Judges remember that they re to He.
judged.11 . " ' -'i- j ;
New Paper. -r Mr. T. J. Garner of
Pleasant II ill, proposes to commence the pap--cation
of the Murf reesboro1 Southron and
Union Advocate, about tbe middle of October
next. It is to be opposition in politics. j
r Death by LdGirrsixG. Mr. David
ly, of Duplin County, was killed by a stroke of
lightning, between Magnolia and Warsaw pn
monday evening last, r - -Fj j
! Lecture. Rev. E. W. Caruthers, D. D., Author
of "The Old North" State in 1776" will deliver a
Lecture before the "Greene Mountain Association"
at the Methodist Cliurch in Greensboro on Friday
next the 16 th inst. !
o Charlotte Bulletin Its Vomocrzzy.
W hare watched with no'little interest the L-r
nd tedious examination of our cotemporary, by
the political M.-D's.. and we find that according to
its own statement of the extent and nature
maladv it is rpnllv in a critical ConditlOllt It
iind of democratic! kind of whig, and kind of
Neutral ; but a little m ra democratic than anything
ilse... To show its various positions we will qnoio
from it :
'. But, through respect to thb head of the leader
pf the Democratio Press in North Carolina, wo
answer: We are Democrats and always have
been, the Senior dating back bis association vnth
the Democracy twenty-eight years."
! That's democratic with one exception, viz:
the leader of the democratio press," (Standard).
'I'ho Standardis not the loader of tho Democratic
!r8s in North Carolina. It is the central organ.
Ve. fs on, know no leader but the principles of
the parly. Butwe copy again :
I " Being Democrats we expect to cooperate with
the party by voting for its nominee if bo or they
ftre sound and reliable men."
.! The first portion of this sentence is democratic ;
the other pardon us friends Bullotin, if we say it
4 is arrogance. By this an Editor of a paper
1 sets himself up as a judge, whoso judgment is to
be relied upon more than the united wisdom of a
convention of gentlemen, it assumes that the Edi
tor or Editors of a political paper know more than
4-say fifty men ! Why, such a course of conduct
ijj nothing less than anarchy one man power tho
fery opposite of democracy.
The Bulletin says : Yet, wo will exercise tho
fight to canvass the claims and qualification ot
hit who seek office or may bo brought forward for
That's neither democratic nor wing I
The following is the only portion of the Bulletin's
article which we consider democratic ; but this
portion alone is excellent, read it :
f We will defend and aid to sustaim the Pemoc-
jracy when they adhere td the principles of Demoe
iracy. as expounded by its fathers; but rcbuko
Ithose who by a temporising process lose sight of
the paramount auties 01 tne party ijet tno iaw
mocracy go forward and do their duty and we will
cheerfully render them our support ; otherwise, wo
will expose their follies and endeavor to reform
them. Is the indard satisfied ?"
Now that the Merchants of our town and vi
cinity, have sommenced receiving their Fall and
Winter stocks, we tbiuk a little wholesome nd
vice on the subject of Advertising, would be
by no means amiss. , The value of Printers
Ink cannot be questioned by those who have
tried the experiment of Advertising. Our col-
umns are ample testimonials of the fact that
rnnnimn0 nM ;nAaA 'n., ,,.i.
advertise are our-largest Merchants, xne rea
son is palpable to those who convass the
merits of the subject. Many poor men have
become princely merchants in this way, and it
is reasonable , to suppose whatever has been
done,- may act as a criterien for the future. A
gentleman just commencing in business told us
sometime since that he intended to spend tu; a
hundred arid fifty doliars, during each year, for
Printers Ink. The consequence is, and it has
not been many months since he spoke to us on
the subject, he sells more goods in his line, thnn
any other merchant engaged in a similar - busT
ness in this place. These instances are innumer
able ; we can recollect many, even in our own.
community. Try "its friends and. our word for it.
your business will increase, much more rapidly,
than you imagine.
Advertise liberally. It is tho secret of sac
cess to all, it matters net what their business
may be. . .
On Saturday evening last a number of our citi
zens and others took passage on the Western Rail
Rood to Spout Springs, about twenty miles from
town. The evening was fine and there wasjut
sufficient number of passengers along to render tho
trip a pleasant and agreeable one. The track
from Little River to r ayetteville is in very excellent
order; indeed, it is so on the whole line of the ro.d,
except in a few occasional places . which . have not
been worked upon recently. At Spout. Springs a
water, station and warehouse are being erected. We
learn also that Messrs D. Murchison & Son, intend
building a store and filling it with goods at an early
date. There are some deep cuts to bo made just
above this place before the track laying can be re
sumed again. When these are finished, between
four and fivemiles of track can be laid .forthwith.
It is supposed they will reach the twenty-four mile
post by Christmas.
Bridge Fallen. -Weregret to learn that tho
Bridge orei Little River at Manchester, twelve
miles west of this place, broke in two on Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock. A wagon belonging to Abu or
Coletrain, Esq., of Randolph, was crossing it at tho
time. The driver, a negro, was seriously if not
fatally injured, three horses killed and tho entiro
load, sixteen barrels of flour, thrown into the river.
Another bridge, we understand, will be built imme
diately. It should be done forthwith as a very
large amount of country produce comes into town
in that direction, and our country friends will, i:i
all probability, delay bringing it in until the bridgu
is built again. ' t
Washington National Monument. A con
tribution box is at the Post office where those who
wish to contribute towards the completion of this
monument oan do so. Similar boxes have been
placed at various Post offices in the United State.
In some places large contributions havo b.eeu
made, in others nothing has been received.
; Another Mass Meeting for the Blue TJidge
Railroad. We see by the Franklin, N. C, Ob
server, that there will bo a public barbecue given
at Franklin, on Friday, the 23d of this month, by
the frieud3 of the Blue Ridge Railroad. Tho
committee promise their friends in Georgia, South
Carolina, and the adjoiniug couuties. a cordial re
ception and a hospitable entertainment.