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SINCLAIR & BAXK. i
CLEMENT G. WRIGHT
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, f
7ILL practice in the counties of Bladen. Samp-
1 T son and Cumberland. Prompt attentidn given
to all ousiuess committed to bis charge.
April 2, 1858. tf
ATTORNEY AN S COUSNELOR k-T LAW
LUMBERTON, N. C.
T7ILL ATTEND the County and Superior Coutts,
V T of Robeson, Cumberland. Bladen and Colum
bus, All business intrusted to his care, wilj receave
prompt attention. Umcein the Court uouse.
I Ju!yJ, 1859. l-y-w
I O WN T." fuller;
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
WILL rRCTICFJ, in the Courts of Robeson,
Cumtwrrlatid. Columbus and Bladen. Office! at
iiiti.jrtcnf Kobeson co., N. C.
. "July-i.ViHS.y. im. ;
TkT. Cam ptoell.
AUCriONKER.'- COMMISSION MERCHANT
V East Side of Grillespi Street;
I Fa vktt k yi i.itH , N. 0.
Nov. 13. 1
H ; a ..f3L& H A M ,
H jinrfTa alan iilereljant . i
. ' WiLMiN'LON, N. C. ;
ILL 5'iv-; i ivnpi ;iutl (i-r?oiial attention
ot 8 (writs 1 ui'pentjine, Ro.
I 111 pen t i n- ..Jia
il ;(it;iiry produce lur sale
"Oi-'TE -r .; nil -tiirs 'v-r U10 Store dt" Mr Vbn-
;l vnri iutt jiiiiuug Ltticrluh's wharf. .'North Waiter
J 11 ne IH. 18 9-
F YK i TIVILLIC HOTEL,
T. WADUILL, pJtOPRIETOR.
-tki .y I me mosihcoinmouiouf - 11
feet 6rwHay and Donaldpcfn strtetsi, is
"located n the centre of the busiiiess '
portion of the town', nnd surrounded by aU the baink
iHS b"es. vvbolesale merchants and pritujrpal p
duce dealvrs. ' ' i
.'Hii-iitcss raen will find the Hotel a convenient
and comfortable hmist?, i.
All the Stuges-arrive and depart from this'Ilote
Fayetteville. April-2: J859. ly'r
"VM Iini1 larcr. iteeortnipnt of IJox and icooking
Stovi'R: Tin-waie: Shet-Iron : JJ.ead Pip. ilAl-
so the " rtld Dominion Coffee Pot." For sale
. Nov. 27. tf I JAMES MARTINB
AVTNG t RECENTLY PURCHASED : THE
?of Council & McKethan, I am now carrying
m'Tcantile business at Uouucil s Bluff
! ' . : R. II . I.Y0
Two Duors above (J. T. llaigh & Son's Stare,
Fayetteville, IS. J. " ;
Oct. l 1858. lyf
UST FINISHED. A SUPERIOR STILL CAP and
YV'OR vrio Work afteeii Barrels, which I will sell on
reasouable terms. Apply soon. - I I
I.. JAMES MARTINE.
Fayetteville, May 19, '59. w-tf !
5- I 1
's OJL ;
C? 1ERM, Uefined, Linseed and Tauner
O yVlIITErLaAD ; iBaruing Fluid ; Putty ; Window
ivlass a (id saSii or alisizes;
,. i . "t ALSO '.
' A fresh supply' of Pond's Pain Destrover.
For sale by . ?. . JAS. MARTINE
Nov. 27. ; tf
i)EnsTFJ.inS AND CH.flIRS
For Stile at reduced prices, at the Auction Stpre
t . ' A. M. C'AMt'JiKL.1;.
A;m? Ml, ?r.
i r-'JiTr .ilf.irx his profesioaal services
mi l .:ty ; and may be seen
Mass -it thv Marktt. .
1 h y. w-tf .
at his ffice.
AV" AY, from ilya su!scri!er 0:1 the 8th instJ, a
':-"' --'y ' I; EL. Said negro
J JH. uui, .. nf; 1 ,.r two in
'"i'H"- " F ut? !....liveneiri!,oi:hoia o! W. U.i Brtiwn
r: Ro.1...?i,:c..a ay. ; ..-re-. he was.-.last ' ejan.' I will
.Ki-. th- ;u.o ve rea-ird- of twenty dollars for his deliv
ery to in..'.'Vii!iiu..s. .-. days from ih s d.te. I will
giV-,.-an.ad.iiti:-nat.. .rv.rd of S20 for evidence suiffi-pie-it
t o o-l.fi viet. any vva te m.ui of harboring said ijie-
firo. , JAMbiS McNATT,
Aug u. i.. . . w.-tt 1 1 ; j
i ScbLool Wotice- i
TY School in the DONALDSON ACADEMY will
i.TJ be re-opened oo Mouday, October 3rd.
Tetn3 per ttuarter f ten vks
English, 1 $7 50
Latin, v - $10 ou
Latin and Greek, $12 5 i
Pontingvat. . ; V' 25
I A fe papils can be furnished with board in the
family of the Principal, on Hay Mount, t !
l i. V
J A 1 K.S
TS now receiving his usual supply of Goods, among
JL which are-
: T?i.K Cniro CrxMA onl ttliAlr
ffrench Merinos and delaines
LEnglish - Do. Do.
I VIA .1 M ni.na i.icn.fo.l
xiu auu vriiTca9 nawi bi.u j
Bed and Negro BlaDkeis :
Bolting Cloths, No. 1 io 10 ;
! Boots and Shoes : j
With a very large assortment of other Goods. All of
whih were purchased by the package at the lowes
T,ose Pn'cbashing will tlease call and look at the
j u P"c8
IMP O RTA TIOXS
FOE THE Fx
ill OP 1859.
nn I BTratjcrTDerw- fjt5t Reived" most of their pur
X jchases 1 for the approaihing Fall Trade, embra
cing a large and general assortment of
oecrle8, Hollo w.Ware,
By the Tok or less ; .
Sole Leather, Calf skins, Shoe Findings,
With articles generally wanted for manufacture of
In great variety, and SADDbERY HARD-WARE .
They have also added largely ijy Direct Importation
from! the Manufactures in Europe to their
Department, by which they are enabled to save to
their! customers the Northern Jobbers' Profits, and
they jare disposed to sell at a small advance on cost on
their; usual terms. They solicit an examination of
their! goods by the Trade g( nerally
Iniaddition to the aboye variety of -Goods,, which in
the aggregate constitute or e of the largest if not j
j The Largest Stock -'Co be Found in North1
j ! Carolina,
the Undersigned are Sole
Agents in this place for
Carter & Sou. of Chatham1 Co., for the sale
C. & Son are manufacturing. Shoes from
tanned by themsel
es except the outer sole;
thevihave all the recent iin
provements in machinery,
and tare makinir
A Shoe That Planterk Will Find Superior
in evterv resDect to any ewr offered
for sale in this
sectibn, and at a reasonabl
to price, u an ana see : 1
August 9, 489 d-1
W: WILLIAMS & IU.
Wilmington, Charlotte &j
Rwtlierforrt ltallroad, .1
, September 12, 1859k J
! VUiiKivnTnn "M fa
THE ANNUAL MEETING OFi THE
STOCKHOLDERS of the Wilmington,
Charlotte and Hutherford Railroad Com
pany1, will be held in the town of Charlotte, on Fri
day 1 4th day of October next.
D. S. COWAN, Secr'y
Wadesboro' Argus. Fayel tevilie Observer, and Pres
byteriad, Charlotte Demociat and Whig, and Ruther
ford Enquirer, copy week!; till meeting. Send bill
to Treasurer s othce. j i
Sept. 14, 1856. I d-1 1 w-tm J : .
1 27th, , of October, li)59,
there will bo an elect!
tiou precincts of Harnett C
bunty, for the selection .of
the County site of said Cou
. R. GRADY, Shepiff.
e. I ,
' J AH
.Set. 16, 1W9. d It. w
HAVE- associated with
toe, in tnis line, Mr jonn
JL K. Dailey, and will stj
le the firm ORRELL &
We! have purchased the S
learner Southerner,' and in
a fej days, will have a Ne
Thost favoring us with t
v Flat emploj'ed with her.
eir patronage may rely
japplying to Mr. Dailey on
upon! prompt despatch, bjj
board, or to me at my oac
R. M. ORRELL.
JOHN K. DAILEY.
March 26. 1859.
ROPPED from mv Sfalky, on the Fayetteville
and Centre Plank lio
pd in about 1 1 miles ot r ay-
lie; my Medical bags
contaimng a pocket case
i of Instruments ic. Th fi
nder will be liVjerally re-
warnei oyaauressing tue
ubscriber at t ayettevil'.e.
Uuly 23d 1859.
JNO. M. M'jLEANi
jT AMES MA
t) geaeral ass
RTINE is nbw receiving
assortment of ejverything iu the above line.
A prime article of Rio,
.aguira and Java COFFEE 5
Crushed and Brown Sugan ; Sugar House Syrup and
All jof which is offered oh.
as good, terms as can be
had ic( this market.
Novl. 27. tf
Fftll and Win
er Goods, 1 859
flTEiare now receiving-and by 1st September will
WW have in store OUR RNTIRE STOCK Or r ALL
A,D IWINTER GOODS,
comprising a large assort-
SHAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Bonnets,
tin AIV MADit CLOTHING, &i,
which we are disposed to sell at at the lowest
prices for cash or
II. & E. J. LILLY,
ORj JAMfJS DAVIS, having
decided on permanently locating in the
Towri of Fayetteville, respectfully. offers his servi
ces to jthe citizens of thi place and surrounding
countrjy. In all the various branches of his Profession,-
including the manufacture of Mineral
Teethi he is satisfied, after an extensive experi
ence, fo which is added a thorough Dental educa
tion that be can give entire satisfaction as far as
it is in; the power of Dentistry. All irregularities
of the ITeeth treated in A proper and careful man
ner, ai well as diseases of the mouth, None but
-" f1"!"" "itstSkisare maae use ot m tho various
operations. Charges will be moderate, that the
benefits of the Profession inmr-bA nlnp.pr within
the reach of all who maf feel an interest in the
resfivauou or tDe Teeth. ! i
BPIOmce over Hm,a,a t i " ' t.if. J
ie wiU be found at all tikes. U-'.
THIS Compiany has been in operation 1 "
six year, and has paid its Fire losses,
ing.to $23,524.87 without any assessment ; i
averaging its! members about i per cent.
Amount of property now insured, $1,503,
Amount premium notes now on hand,. 217 .
I DIRECTORS: -
D. A, Ray, )
II. L. Myrover;
S. W. Tillidghast,
N. A. StedmAn,
S. J. Hinsdale,
T. S. Luttetloh, . -
S. T. Hawley,
A. A. JllcKet.
J. D. Willis- ,
James G. Cook,
A.W. Steel, :.
' James Kjlz?
A- E. Hall, Wilmington.
j . OFFICERS
GEORGE McXEILL, pkesident. ' V
A. RAY, "ICE PRESIDENT. ' ''
C.'f A. MCMILLAN, SECKETARY. ,
J. Collins and C. C. McGrummen, Travelling Agents.
; Thei Company invite applications. "1
May 19, IS59. wly'r '
MORE NEW GOODS!!-
I AM JUST RECEIVING MYSPRINOSTOt'K OF GOODS
in my line. ! They were selected in the Northern Citiea by
' myself, with great cre. and bought on the most reasona.hl
terms, by which am enabled to offer the large8t stock I ever be i
fore offered to the public, and to offer them generally : ;
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES;
! . j. FRUITS -V
R AISONS, FlGt?, PRUNES. APPLES, LEMONS, ORANGES
1 CHERRIES, CURRANTS, &c; n f
PICKLES, JELTJIES AND PRESERVES"
j A GREAT VARIETY ;
PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS ;
I j Fancy Soaps and Pomades ;
FIDDLES, DRUIDS. FIFKS. FLUTES. BANJOS. GU 1TAKS,&
tVilking C anes of every kind ; j .
BASKET AND WILLO W WARE ;
j Hobby Horses. &c. ; !
NUTS; FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SARDINES
FINE CIGARS; SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO :
CRACKERS; FINE POCKET KNIVES; A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF PORT-MONAIES, SOME
VERY NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND
FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE "
NOTIONS; AN ASSORTMENT OF1
INID1A RUBBER GOODS. WH IPS,
i COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. ! : -
The public ar respectfully invited to call and examine my
stock. I have a great many handsome things that cannot fail
to pleaae. J'
! JAMES R. LEE,
April 2, 1859. j -tf Hotel Building.
FORTjIE RAPID CURE OF
Coldsj CoiifIis, and
BhimIield, Mass 20th Dec, 1855.
Dr. J. C. Ai Ei : I do not hesitate to say the
best remedy I have ever found for Coughs,
Hoarseness, Influeuza, and the concomitant
symptoms of a Cold, ip your Cuekrt I'ectoral. (.
Its constant uae 'in lay practice and my fmtittv
complaints. . EBEN KN1G11T, M.D.
A. JR. MOKTLT5Y, SQ.Vof Utica, X. T., Writes : "I have used
your Pectoral liytclf and in my family ever since you invented,
it. and believe ititlio best medicine for its purpose ever put out.
With a bad cold I should sooner pay twenty-five dollars for a
bottle than do without it, or take any other remedy."
Croup, jWhooping Cough, Influenza
j Springfield, Miss., Feb. 7, 1858.
Brother Aye. : I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral is the
best remedy we Jnxssess for tho cure of Whooping Cbugh, Croup,
' and the chest diseases of children. . We of your fraternity iu the
South appreciate your skill, and1 commend yonr medicine to our
people. ' p HIRAM CON KLIN, M. D. .
AMOS LEB, Esq., Monterey, Ia.. writes, 3d Jan., 1856: "I
h:d a tedious Influenza, which confined mo in doors six weeks;
took many nieditines without relief ; finally tried yonr Pectoral
by tho advico ot our clergyman. The first doso relieved the
g Wness in my throat and lungs; less than one half the bottle r
made me-completely well. Your medicines are the cheapest as '
well as the beslj we can, buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and
your remedies, a the poor man's friend."
Asthma: or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
I f Wkst Manchester, Pa., Feb. 4, 1S56.
Siu : Your CfliiiRiY Pectoral is performing marvellous cures
iu thU section, jit has relieved several from alarming symptoms
ot consumption, jand is now curing a man who has labored under
au affection of tie lungs for the last forty years.
j HENRY L. PARKS, . Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., Albion, Moneoe Co., Iowa, writes,
Sept. 6, 1855 : " Puring my practice of many years I have found
nothing equal t4 yom- Cherry Pectoral for giving ease and re
lief to consumptive patients, or curiug such as are curable." , .
We might, ads 1 volumes of evidence, but the most convincing
proof of the vir ;ues of this remedy is found m its effects upon
4 Probably no t ne remedy has ever been known which cured so
many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no- bumau aid
can reach ; but even to those the Cherry Pectoral affords re
lief and comfort. . . t
AfSTOR Hotrax, New Tori City, March 5, 1858.
."Doctor Ayerj Lowell: I feel it a duty and a pleasure to in
form you what? your Cherry Pectoral has done for my wife.
She had been five months laboring under the dangerous symp
toms of Consumption, from which no aid we could procure gave
her much relief She was steadily tailing, until Dr. Strong, of
this city, whera we have come for advice, recommended a trial
of your medicine. . We bless his kindness, as we do your skill,
for she has recovered from that day. She is not yet as strong as
she used to be, jut is free from her cough, and calls herself welL
Yours, wit gratitude and regard,
j OHLANrJo SHELBY, op Shzldyvtlls.
Ctmsumptivcr, do not despair till yon have tried Ayxk's Cuxsry
Pectoral. It is made by one of the best medical chemists in the
world, and its ures all round us bespeak the high merits of its
virtues.' ItiUdelphia ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been faxed
their Utmost to produce this best, most perfect pprgative
wmch is known to man. Innumerable proofs are shown that
these Pius haw virtues which surpass in excellence the ordina
ry medicines, add that they win nnprecedentedly upon the esteem
of all men. Tfcey are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to
cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities
of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the
blood, and expej disease. They purge out the foul humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or
gans into their natnrai action, and impart healthy tone with
strength to thej whole system. Not only do they cure tf ie every
day complaints of every body, but also form i liable and danger
ous diseases that have baffled the best of human skill. While
they produce powerful effects, they are, at the same time, in di
minished dosesi the safest and best physic that can be employed
-for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take ;
and being pueely vegetable, are free from any ritk of harm.
Cures have been made which' surpass belief were they not sub
stantiated by wen of such exalted position and character as to
forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and
physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the re-;
liability of myremedies, while others have sent me the assur
ance of their eonviction that my Preparations contribute im- .
menscly to the. relief of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent bplow named is pleased to furnish gratis my Ameiw
lean Almanac,i containing directions for their use, and certifi
cates of their cures of the following complaints : "
Costiveness, fttlious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heart
burn. Headaclie arising from afoul Stomach, Nausea, Indiges
tion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, and Pain arising therefrom, -Flatulency,
Lcs of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Dis
eases which require an evacuant Medicine, Scrofula or King's
EviL They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the sys
tem, cure many complaints which it would not be supposed they
could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
"tsrvos Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys,
Oont, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some other pill
they make more profit on. Ask for Ayer's Pills, and take noth- ;
ing else. No cither they can give yon compares with this in its '
iptripsic value! pr curative powers. The sick want the best aid
there is for them, and they should have it.'
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A1ER
"Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell Mass :
Fbjq, 2)5 Cts. pe Box. Fivs Boxbs m $X.
S. J. HINSDALE,
Feh'y 19. E859. ly Fayettev-iHe, N. U.
BOXES from several Manofactarers at Factory
some very ehoiee brands at wholesale or
25itTU Alt 0 LIN iA X.
VPnvrtpt, , -
.1 .XS'JIY '4ItSVoCT08Ftt m r mm : ! . quence of ur friends'. preparing thcircngthy,- vol- tgregiously mistaken" if we think its publication .
- . -rZJhJZl uminoua article concerning us.) Wqll to proceed, was delayed in consequence of its editor's having to
re?PHitionUt 1 aVthe Nortb5 Te era accuses us of misquoting it n little, manufacture a lengthy article concerning us. XTe
a found SuiltT f laaotherfi trick, which" mU that mount3 to nothing. can see no ma- are gaatified to know that we were not the cau Ec cf
- 3nded to practice. upon tha tnembers of the l1 difference between northern Democrats and . so much annoyance to their subscribers. YYhether
.tic party. - The Democraby?. however, rhave. Black RPMicans.n We will illustrate thia in or inotthe Carolinian has been " shrewd enough to
uch simplidty.-and ignotahce about them, order our readers may readily see fixe difference . out CxcepUons in favor of Dcroocracy, it
r: enemies would appear4' by their-Action to ween the politics of the Uefald. fVd the 'Cantli-- iot our province to judge, but if in this Herald 4
-to to them. Their lastile triek is that of The herald1 cau seen&materfferepcev opinion we have done so, why will it still ccnila: 1
- ting to distract the members; of the Demo between .Daniel' ' &;picldnn, ovthWlo-.:;' to Lse such expressions as it does I tho IleraU t.1
artyby.-pitUismfltitnie' statements'said- asserM. the IlalU of Oorigress that he mflts there are " some exceptions' butstill ltcaa-;7
. been. uttered by certain; prominent leaders ; woul(J suffer. blood . to b--pilt pa defend: of i difference, :'' Ve ve its precise language i
t.Z party concerning each others They doubts soutuers rights, and Wmi Seward, lilack Because we said we could see no material "C.r
1 -tey bad hit upon' an admirable nlan Kcpublican. who'says There is a higher law than enN between Black Republicans and Nort? Den-
- which to distract the party;
that m --arraying
Uie most distinguished members against each Other"
m consequence of sentiments Woorted to have
consequence of sentiments DurDOrted to have
ijeen entertained and spoken. !
lilt the game was too. simple for intelligent men not
td see it; the consequence was they were causrht at
i j and branded as they deserved to be.
Tlt is in this way, by thik precise mode of doing
'-, . 1 . , Jl J y VViac wulo
thmM breaches are vo.rv 1frftrtnntlv marl a in nnr
' .77" -o - ' V J
anks, and we conjure all good Democrats both
orth and South to keep a vigilant eye upon their
.neniies, especially those who wouldl
m,;it r c
oe guilty ot so
lespicable an act as that of manufacturing untrue
tatements for the sake of distractin- cr ranks.
e- have innumerable just such persons to contend
itb, and the more sedulously they are guarded,
tie less disastrous will be jthe result.! " 1 ;
The Practical Machinist. A yery handsome
folio sheet, bearing the above title, has just been
received. It seems to be admirably adapted to the
.wants of Mechanics. T. II. Leavitt & Co., publish
ers, New York City, at $l! per annum in advance.
We trust the publisher! will favor us with an
S5FIIon. Jeffvrson Davis has declined,in consc
ience of ill health, an invitation to deliver an ad
dress before the next annual exhibition of the Mis.
sfesippi Agricultural Society.
State Gar and Machine
THE undersigned having-located in the town of
Fayetteville, M. C. and erected butldiugsuita-bl-
for Car aud Machine Works, vould giVe notice
that they are prepared to J.vecute alt orders for Cars
of every description, also all kinds of Machine work,
sue br as repairs of Steam Engines', Cotton; Mill and
Mining Machinery, heavy forging, such as Mill Spiur
dies. Cranks. &C, at short, notice. '
- By an arrangameutmade. with the Boston Beltirg
yJ2?T.,:K J' V
tW s-rtea onr engine, ana woodwortlrs iMan-
erj v are prepared to plajie aU descriptions of Lum
ber and Scantling, which Mil be kept on hand, for
sale either in the rough or dressed, as parties may de
Contracts taken for the erection of Buildings, ma
terials furnished, and Jobbing of all kinds executed
with neatness and dispatch. j
Counters aud Desks made to order. Stores fitted, L
oasu. juoo s ana mums mauuiactured, equal to any
thing of the kind to be found in the Northern market.
WALTON BARRY, .
Car Builders and Machinists.
Fayetteville, Oct 3, J 8.39. d 4 w t-f j
Xarge Sale of Real
: S'ffi! . ' Estate . '
EUJKSUANT to a Deed of Trust to me executed by
A Beverly Rose, for purposes; therein mentioned,
Ishall offer for sale at public auetion. on Friday the
2 1 st Octoberat the Market House, the VALUABLE
RESIDENCE recently occupied by said B. Rose : also
his COUNTRY: RESIDENCE, 8 miles from town on
the Western Plank, Road, With about 50 Acres of
Land attached ; also a jarge WAREHOUSE AND
LOT qti seme street ; also. 1 LOT ON HAY, STREET,
immediately West of the Dobbin -II ou6e l Lot in
rear of ditto ; I LOT opposite Arsenal, li acres.
-Also, at same. time will be sold a large lot of hand
wme FURNITURE, ! PIANO ; also 7 shares F. &
Western Plank Road Stock; f Share F. Female
High .School Stock. ' - .-
Terms liberal and made known on day of Sale.
' . ! E. J. LILLY, Trustee.
Fayetteville, Sept: 20. d-ltw-ts
liockflsh till at Auction.
WILL be sold at the Market House in the town of
Fayetteville, at 12 o'clock on Tuesday the 15th
November next, it 1 e og Tuesday of Ncv mber Court,
the. well known Mill, on the North side of Big Rock fish.
7 miles from Fayetteville and 5 miles from the mouth
of Roekfish, the property of the late Jonathan Evans,
and adjoining the Mill of j Hector McNeill, Sh riff.
The Mill has two Saws in frame, one in excellent
order, the other reqairing soirre repairs.
Logs may be obtained easily, and lumber conveyed
to Wilmington at any season of the year.
" . E. H. EVANS,
.. . Exyr of Jonathan Evans.
- ; r-. . C. E. LEETE, AuGt'r.
' Oct-r4y w-4-t
T The Old Dominion
lJ AVING become indispensable to all who have
ju-- lesteu us value, i
h-. , A rtlESn 8VPPLT
Has been obtained, among which is a lower-priced ar
ticle, viz : viz 2 qt. at 1 50 and 3 qt. 1 75.
TRIVETS For this Coffee Pot (or boiling vessels of
an7 sort,) at 25 cts., IRON COFFEE POT MATS,
(or stands) at 15 eta. ' - i
. ? Yif record our own opinion formed only by d-ink-ing
the coffee made in this Coffee Pot; but tboe
more immediately connecsed with its preparation, are
Perfectly delighted with the simplicity and economy
e . 5f -f'Prceas." Southern Guardian Columbia,
For sale at the . . . i.
r CROCKERY STORE.
W. N. TILLINGHAST.
May J 4, 1859.
HA3 just received a Urge and general STOCK
of Goods suited to the - FALL & WINTER
trade, consisting of a choice selection of ,
Staple and Fsrr DRY GOODS.
Boots and Shoes, with almost every thin g desirable in
that lino i
; . Prime Family Groceries always to be had
V-t T LETT'S.
i Goods sold at the lowest nricea for CARTT. nr --
changed for country produce. ' , , "i
- i-nursilay s Utrald has at Icngtb reached us
-V.i ir u a ii. . . -i t
..w.tiVuv. 11, iu uciay w , uieaa per w ,. uicuiibe-
, . - . 1 ,
tne aomaai f w rushed ana
we MUST DO 1Tl f J VI ,. ' i' '
It sees ft no material difference" between " north-
cmnatl Piauorin' IM7cr M wiat
, "slavery will produce a dissplution of the Union
unless God interpose to arrest its progress," men
. . ,i.. gtftod n manfullv and fearlesslv
wDO nave alwaySiStOOU up maniuiiy, ana ieariessiy
, , , 1 , , r. , :
tor the rights i tne aouia, anu wuu j w,brs(lcigt assertion that we would almost as lief
n almost 10 iaoiatrJ 8T" me F "
i Republican" William Lt. warnson, wno says . : x nis
; Airi TTninJ ia n.iri,nnR -
. . ,. rri t TTn!vW !s t ;
Union IS a Lie' Thc u moni 13 apos-
! ture, a covenant with dtath and an a-rcement
he"- are for ita overthrow ! Up with the flag
of Disunion, that we may have a free and glorious
Republic of our own.' The
Herald sees ? no ma-
terial dififerancc between such
and Horace Gree-
ly, who says, " I have no d6ubt but the free and
slave States ought to be separated.
The Union is not worth supporting
with the South."
Shame, shame upon a paper a southern paper
that would "almost as liefjVote" for such men as
the national Democrats of the North. We cannot
believe' the Herald would do any such thing in its
its calm and ", unprejudiced moment!
as it says it
wftuld. Our readers can nqlw see
the politics of the Herald, and with reluctance do we
write the article about a Norti Carolina paper..
The Herald wants to know under what circum
stances the Carolinian will support Stephen A.
Douglas. We answer that wc will support Douglas,
if a candidate, in the event of the nomination of
such men as Seward, Giddingsjor any of their com-
patriots by the abolitionistsno.f the North, and voted
for hv the Onnositionists ofmeSoutb; Is the Her
-y l i i ' J
The October Elections. i?he first of tho elec
tions for this month took place on Monday last in
Mississippi,.Georgia and Florida. In the two former
t - . . . 1 - " C
ST.atff "T" ana memocra ui yyuiijrcrciiy -
Florida, m addition to members of the Legislature
the people voted upon the jquestion of annexing
West Florida to Alabama. In Georgia, as was ex
pected, the Hon. Joseph E. Brjown, tlje present Gov.
crnor was re-elected by a vcjry large ; majority it
will probably be 20,000
0. The Opposition candidate
was Hon. Warren Aikin. a very worthy gentleman,
but unfortunately for him the citizens of the Em
pire State are sufficiently well pleased with Mr.
Brown to re-elect him. We give all the particulars
we have received from the election in another col
umn. Tuesday the 11th instant elections will be
held in Pennsylvania, Indiana, - Ohm, Iowa, and
Mincsota. In all save Indiana State officers are to be
chosen. Minesota in addition! to the above will also
elect two members of Congress. The returns will
be'published as soons as received. From Pennsyl
vania, the accounts are highly encojaraging. We
have before us a private : letter from a gentleman in
that State, who asserts that Democracy is right,
side up in Pennsylvania:".
The Episcopal' Convention at Richmond .-The
Convention on Thursday was jchiefly engaged, in re
ferring amendments to cannons to the committee on
cannons. Dr. Binney, the Lord Bishop of Nova
Scotia, was formally introduced tQ the convention.
A motion to hold the next triennialj convention at
Chicago occasioned a long debate ; and a motion to
substitute New York for Chicago was; lost. No final
action was taken. The committee on new dioceses
made a report recommendingj the admission of the
dioceses of Minnesota. Documents relative to the
election of Rev. Dr. Grigs, of S. C, to the diocese
of Texas, were referred to the Committee on the
election of Bishops. ; '
Rev. Dr. McMahon; of New Jersey, presented tho
credentials of the Bishop pi' New-Jersey,' which
were referred to the committee on credentials.
Documents from Ohio, relative, to the election of
G. T. Retell, as assistant Bishop of Ohio, were pre
sented and referred to the committee on the conse
cration of Bishops. ' j '
In the list pf committees wt find ainong the names
of those appointed "on the SUte of the Church"
that of Rev. R. B. Drane. On the ' committee on
the General Theological Seminary" Richard S. Ma
son. D. D. Mr.. Mason is also on the committee on
the consecration of " Bishops. Rev. Francis .L.
Hawks is on the committee on cannons. W. IL
Battle, Esq., is on the committee on expenses.
On the committee on Unfinished business, A. A.
Watson, and on the committee on the Prayer Book.
Thos. Ruffin, Esq., all of Norih Carolina. ,
Vtt TuiTSTERnffri. A reoort reaches us from New
nnMnm TT4H twwitWoiv .' Uffiiel
. . . . ! ' -". . .
clearance ot taeMeamer rnnancipnia ior Aspmwaii,
in rrmsenuence oi a rewri iuai uou uecu cxwiufciveiT
i. m ; 9
dred men from Texas, Alabama, Tennessee and jthan worn by that complaining set or maivicu
other state were stationed below the city of New aUJla u that there will not be L-!T
Orleans and prepared to start for Nicaragua. 1 i Mmaoh cotton made on all the prairie lands be-m-thought
that the vessel intended to have left on ning immediately South ut G rflenbro' and "D5
Wednesday lastthe 5th inst-for the Chiriqui to Oemo El
diggings. ..The CoUector'a rejusal to grant clei dX"d pmirie, kc, aa mad Izzt
ance, agp rs not to have cheeked the lawless gang, . jeBXt 1
as they departed from New Orleans without troub-: w",take the following co '
ling the authorities, (toot e Nicholas, New York
prevent the " gray-eyed man of destiny w from per-, Jd Cbicagn Bank Note Reporter :
sisting in bis illegal business i j Bank of Commerce at Nfwbern, N. C, vrzs cr-
- i r ' canized ; it stock was all taken by citizens of New.
ET In the list of patents published ia the Wash. North Carolina is tho only State v.hcra
ington Constitution, we notice one to J. W. How- banks jo not faiL a strong pr.mf that its peopio t-j
lettof GreerisboroN.O..forttimroTedmode iuteUioat. Fa thw fct xrc " ,
jThe LorJs of the Quill have hern at us acrain with
.. i . . . . 1
Critical assaults." The Herald asserts that we are
overur caae ftitiful is the .sisht crcacatd ta
Well, we cannot help it ; the -Carolinian-
wifl have to end relief in tears. As a gcscral thin-
we can see no great difference between one and tha
shrewd enough to point them out.
, paniel S. Dickinson may be an exception to thd
pkral rule, but we ssert it boldly and without
fcaf of contradiction, that hen s teeth could hardly
. j i at;t r, . 1
jowmv u&u ii(twiiv i'rnv'raci : uur
' Irf rr a ttlacK KePubllCJln as a further n democrat.
j f-" y "CI.C c lvr,t.u.rf uui wowm,
Tk.nw - . There is so much rotunncss- in Denmark
; .iKt-r . lucre is aJ : muii i uiuiiiicsB" tn ie
tht it fe ncxt to imp0sisiblo t0 any thin
n charity shall we state that you hu.ve bctn too
prfeipUatc hnd not suffijieiitly liumble to avow it.
cll friends, we'll pardon you for iiil you have said
if lyou . think you have been too pr'A'ipitatcy and'
blindfolded t,o greatly by prejudice that you-cotdd
'no material difference between Slack Repub-
ihs and, northern Democrats.'' vi
"he Executive oCmmittoo of the opposition party
6f North Carolina have appointed Raleigh as the
btace. and the 22nd 'day of February Jis the tirno
Of holding their annual epriventiou. "What an inT
i J a n- u - ' . i :iu .
ppropriate uuie t na&uinuu! uiuu uujf.
JThe Chinese Difficultv. A report, we do not'
vouch for the trjuth of it, has been in circulation for
some days past that the Emperor of China had sent
a communication to the Governor of Shanghai ia 1
which he states that the firing ; from the forts -at
the mouth of the river Peiho upon the ships
ot the French and British nations was not dono by
his request or order, but by a gang of mandarin3
whose heads ho has ordered to bo struck off for
tlie act.' It is also statod that our minister, Mr
Ward, has proceeded to Pekin, whilst the. British'.
Minister, Mr. Bruce, has gone to Japan, where he in
tends remaining until ho receives further, orders "
from head quarters. ! - i
Wo can scarcely give credit to the above report
i rM Mmr,
ljeve that the Emperor -of China would decapitate
these Mandarins for having beaten the 'burbarians '
although such might peradventuru be the caso..
gT" We would state for the iu formation of tho
etersburg Intelligencer that our information con-
Cming it was obtained from the -Pr, a good and
reliable papery and so long as it claims the author
ship of the article we saw in that paper we shall
entertain the same opinion- we did when we first
perused it. Is the Intelligencer satisfied ?
; ;. . ' m
Robeson Countt Faib. The fifth annual exhibi
tion of the Robeson County Agricultural Society
wifl be held at Red Springs" on the 16th, 17th and
18tn days of November next. The annual address
wilj be delivered by Thos. D. McDowell, Esq., cf
"J" ' 1
Common Schools.--We invite attention to the
advertisement of the semi-annual statement of tho
distribution by Gov. Ellis, Ex-Officio President of
he Literary Board, which wc publish in another:
column of to-day's paper Thc sums allotted to
eachfeounty may be ascertained by reference to thqi
g"" Some one has kindly sent us a pamphlet
copylof an address on tho Past, Present, and Fu"
tu re of the American Party, delivered in Camden,
N. J.,6n the 4th day of August hist, by Com. R.
F. Stockton. Ve presume the author or some ono
else sent it to
that person on
us to be noticed,
We will gratify
52Pjr M. Blondin, the great rope walker, has pur
chased a house completely furnished, at Niaira
Falls for four thousand dollars cash' which amount
is a portion of the profits of his feats across the chasro
of thi Niagara during thc summer.
1 , "
We return our thanks to the Executive
Committee of the Cumberland county Agricultural
kociity, for an "invitation to attend their ncxt annu
al exhibition on the 21, 3rd, .,nl 4th days of No
vemijcr next. . .;'"
The Printer far September u an excellent nunir
ber and is admii ihly ;vl ilud to interests of UiO
t pfe.servauvo ui ..ail urli. :
pax Cotton Chop in Alabama. Thcro is o
section of country in Alabama, kown aa the Cano-,
bake, one of ths richest cotton producing region's
in the South. A corrop-jiuleat of the Mario'a
FAla.) Commonwealth L;ij been in a portion of that
section, and writes the tiHowingdiscouraging let
ter concerning the cotton cro'ps : ;
1 have spent several days in tho Prairie section c?
pur countryt and "have mado it my ouiness to oo-
i serve closely every field of cotton that I have pas-
.? Bed : have also inuutied of Dluuters iu regard to
. ei-cw Sl far as w rvath... goes I bavo
hoon r. r.Amn f-. nr. .'itia nave uuv
:i y 0M UIW1 KJ A4 --' -
P EMBERTON" & SLOAN,"
May 15, 188
Aug, 2 ,1S59