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F Y v ' SINCLAIR & BANKS -
CLBMEiNT G. WRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
TILL practice Jn thjcDuntisot lilauen, fcamp-
son and Cumberland. Prompt attention given
io all business committed tobis charge.
ADriJ 2. 4 $38. :Vtf; .
S. NO It ME NT. i
AND COUSNLLOR. kT LAW
"l A TILL ATTEND the County and Superior Court
V V of Itobeson Cumberland, jBladen and Coluih
im. . All bu-inf :sa intrusted to his care, will receive
prompt Attention. Office in the ourt House.
July I, 18.VJ. 1-y-w ." - .'. !'-.
AU0tl()NEEIti& COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East Snlo of Gillespie Street,
FirETTEVILLE, N, C.
Commission ill cr el; ant. .
-ir, WILMINGTON, N. C. -H
--iTfi r ,f i-ivtirrtmnt and npfiiona aueuuuu a
V i'1v,..;.,i.M.t f SnVrits! Turoentme, Kosin
Tar, TuriK' utine, and all country produce for sale.- J
.w- f ' " - . . . . ;. . n. irJ.
,. i i u" i. iir st.Li rs over the Btorts oi ,iui, v
glalui aitd joinuiji.
June 18, 1S59. f
i MAY STlti T, -
l- A Y ET T E V1LIE, N. C.
SPIRITS Tl."Uf-r; TIMti. uonoa, r lour, uitu.
Coiintry Liqiior,i)ried.Fiuit, Flaxseed, -Beeswak.
Ac... TmrcLiascd at the hiiihekt
SPIRITS Tl-Ul'ENTINE. Cotton, lour,
ntaikct jjrict's. f. , I -! ;--I
,i3f Co'a.iii n-ro en If po1cited,-? .
f C.UO. f . SPERLING.
Oc 1 . IbW.l' wtt
rplHS, U"' inns
in North Carolina, lrouting 300
Vvt on Hay -and 1
onaldfon ' streets,
joeiliru in inu cuuiy i.iv. ...v
ituri ni iLi im 1 1111 f . anil Mil 1 uuimu '? .- ,
in houses, wliolvsa'le merchants
knd priic4pal prb-
Tier- Busim-ss 'if.n will find tbejlllotel a Convenient
and co m l!irr table hiuse. ! ,
All the Stages arrive and depart from.this Hotel.
Fayetteville, Aprii 2, 1851).' I 1y?r
I TLV-WAUi:, &c.
V band, a lartre assortment Dt Jiox ana cooKiwg
V.J Jtovos ; TiiHwave ;
80 tln k' Old Dominion
Nov. 27. . tf.
Slwet-Inon ; Lead 1'ip. Al
Coffee Pot." I' or sale- by
TTTVVIW, RECENTLY PURCHASED , -THE
of Councit Jfc McKethan-. I am noiw carrying-on
in'ert;antile business at Couucirs Llult.
:!,: i : ' R. II. 'LYON.
Ait's lfl, 180. i v : w-lf
BIl GEO. LAUDER,
Two Doors above 0. T. Huiirli & Sou's Storfe,
Oct. 1, lS53.rly.
O PERM J Ketihfd.IL'ard. .Linsjeed aaid Tanner's OHU
kJ Will HE LtiAl: lba iunj; Fluid : Putty : AYindo!
Ulaid audiSah of stU sizes. ' r' ;
A fjesh supply of Pond's Pain Dcslrover. (
For sale by - ? JAS. MARTINE.
Nov. 27. tf iV-:
BEDSTEADS .JjXD CHAIR
For Salo at rojf ced prices, at; the Auction Store
A-(g I, 1S53..
TR. R. I SCOTT oilers his profesional services
XJ the community aud may be
two door East of toe Market.
Sept. 185D. :; ; w-tf-
seen at his offid
i China, i Glass-Ware
" SAND JLl)OKING-GLSES.
TS now receiving lis?FALL.STOCK, which mclud
nntire Wrtmeuts't)f hew styles of White Grani
on. iti.K. ivintl Ware. Plain and Gailt China Tea
Sets a gyod assortment of
I Common tVnres,.
n a Rtoek of . Glassware twice as large as usuail
The Earthi'ii-Ware having been imported to ordjr,
n nil the Class bousrht at auction, at less than manutac
tnrer's prices, he is sure that he can furnish Country
Merchants with go.xfe: quite as cheaply as they can
apply themselues lrojn the .North.
,JSept. 17, 1859. . d lt-w-tf)
TTwROrrED from my ' Sulky, on; the FaycUeviljle
XJ and Cojiitro Plank Jioadj in aijout u mnesoiray
f o.Ufui l, v , ronf aininer a nocket - cate
'oflnstruuieats &c. Tcetinder will bej liberally re
warded by ajldressing the lUbscriber. at Fayettevilf.
omie copy, in advance, per annum
J A iu K Y ii jfcl
(JL vhich are j
his uinal supply of Goods, among
IKich Silks. Cora anil Black :
French Merinos andldelaines
PEnglish: Do. Do.;
iKid and Net GlovesJassorted
Bed and Negro Blankets 5
IBolting Cloths, No. l to 10 ;
Jieady-Made Ulotliing ;
s ilioots and Shoes
Witl a very large aasortmeiit of other Goods.
h were purchased bt the package at the lowes
please call and look at the
Uoods and prices.
1 ; t.
W-tf - '' " !. f-.'-;...
Sclpt. 16. 1859
HAVE associated with me. in this line, Mr John
K. Dailev. and will Rtvl th firm ORRELL Jt
DAILEY. i :
VVe have. purchased the Steamer Southekxkb, and in
a fe days, will have a Nfew.Flat employed with ner.
Those favoring-us; with
tfeeir-parxmagr may rely
upon prompt despatch-, bfr applying to Mr. Dailey on
board, or to me at my omce. ,
4. M. UKUiiljLi.
JOHN K. DAILEY.
R. M. ORRELL
Mdrch 26, 1859.
JAIES MARTINE is ndw receiving a large, and
general assortment of everything in the aboe line.
A. pi ime article of Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE;
Crushed and Brown Sugar
Sugar House Syrup and
as good terms as can be
Al ot'which is offered on
had in this market, t
A Word To Mi Old Friends.
HOSE persons for whqnxl have been attending to
Bankinor businness fos
years : I am still willing
to serve you with the same
promptness that 1 have al
I w m
done ; and to others
that may want discounts,
Pension business, &c.,&c.
1 offer my services, with
a promise of strict attention
JAS. G. COOK,
June 27, 159.
xNqTICE TO SOLI JER'S WIDOWS.
rniiE widows (f Mexican Soldiers,
JL and the Widow s of Soldiers who died
IN Service in the war o 1812, can have their
fons confinued by caH
Congress having made
additional provision for
Give me the manageme
ht of your claims and
the liioney shall come at once, orlno charge.
iNU. M. KOSE
; Agt. fprrPensions.
858. tf v
F Ay'etteville June 19,
The Old Dominion
AVING become indisbeusable to all who have
tested its value.
1 FRESH SUPPLY
been obtained, among which is a lowerpriced ar
viz : viz 2 ot. at 1 5'J
and 3 qt. 1 5.
TRIiVETS For this Coffee
tot (or boiling vessels of
sort,)at 25 cts., IRON COFFEE POT MATS,
(or.etauds) at 15 cts
Wc record our own opinion fpriined only by.drink-
the coffee made in : th
ls.'Cottee Fot ; but those
more immediately .connecse
ft .with its preparation, are
perfectly delighted with th
fe Simplicity and economy
ot th process."
Southern G'uardian, Columbia,
For sale at the
W. N. TILLIJNGHAST.
ay 14, 1,859.
AS just received a large and general STOCK
of Goods suited to the FALL & WINTER
trade, consisting of a choice selection of
Staple a. lid Pakcj DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes, with almost everything desirablein
Prime Family Grocer
AT L E
ds always to be had
prices for CASH, or
Goodssold at the lowest
ged or country produce.
Augus 27, 1859.
PRICES IN THE STATE !
IAM now giving the high st prices f r No. 1 young
ISEGRQES. Persons having any to dispose of
would do well by giving p the first call, or wrjte to'
lie, plating the size, age,J quality and appearance of
hei negroes. .
I inay always be found s.t the Shemwell House.
JNp, O. ARMSTRONG.
Aug. 12, l?59.-is w-tf
AN A WAY from the subscriber on the 8th inst., a
negro boy named MO
utLi. taia negro is a
two inches high. He: is
bout! 25 years old, 6 feet L oil
supposed to be in the neighl
orhood of W. H. Brown
in Kpbeson county, where
He was last seen. I will
the above reward of twenty dollars for his deliv
ery tjo me within sixty days
froti this date. I will
give an additional
reward'-'of . $2ol"or evidence suffi-
to coavict any white man of harboring said ne-
J AM bid McNATTi
g 20, 1859.,
r School in the DONALDSON ACADEMY
be re-opened on Monday, October 3rd.
Terms per Quarter
of ten weeks.
! $7 50
Latinland Greek, i - ,h
Contincrent. i .
A few punils can be furnished with board
familv of the Principal, on Hay Mount.
i Jiissti ii.; MCLitAN, A. m.., rrmcipai
JLSfgai . g3flay
J. W.! LETT f3
i ASSETS 0252,61,8 C2.
THIS Company has been in operation more than
; six years, and has paid its Fire losses, amount
ing to $23,524.87 without any assessment ; insurance
averaging; its meisoers aooat t per cent. r
Amoaat !of . property now iasured, $ 1,563390.01
Amount' premium nates now oa hand, 247,738.08
: i ; : -DIRECTORS : f '
D. A; Ray, j
H. L. Myrover;
Henry Ully, J
. N, A. Stedman,
S. J. Hidsdale,
T. 8; Xutterloh,
S. T. Hawley,- '
' W. N.: Tillinghast,.
A. A.'McKetbanj ' x.
J. D. Williams ;
James- G. Cook,
: A. W. SteeV:
' James Kyl - '
Hon. J. Gi Shepherd-
R.F.Brown, yf ilmyston.
A-. K. Hall, Wilmington.
GEORGE IbASEXVIij "' PKESIDEXX. .
RAT,J VICE PRESIDENT.
MCMILLAN, SECRETARY, k
C. McGrummen. Tfavellinff Ao-ent.
J. Collins and C
The Company invite applications.
May 19, J859.. : -wly'r
Wm NEW GOODS!!-
r AM JUST RECEIVING MY SPRING STOCK GOODS
in my lin. Thpy were selected in the Northern Cities by
myself, with great care, and bought on the most reasonable
terms, by which I am enabled to offer the largest stock I ever be
fore offered to the public, and to offer them generally
AT GREATLY REDUCED PKICES.
f .J FRUITS ,
RAISONS,Fir.S. PRUNES." APPLES, LEMONS, ORANGES
Uh.KKlI!S, CUiUlAWlS, See;
PICKLE$, JELLIES AND PRESERVES,
j A! GREAT VARIETY
PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS:
i Fancy Soaps and Pomades ;
FIDDLES, DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES. BANJOS. GUITARS, &c
Walking Canes of every kind ;
BASKET. AND WILLOW WARE ;
. 1 i Hobby Horses. &c. ;
NUTS : FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SARDINES
FINE CIGARS : SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO ;
CRACKERS; FINE POCKET KNIVES; A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF PORT-MQNAIES, SOME
VERY NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND '
FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE
NOTIONS; AN ASSORTMENT OF
INDIA RUBBER GOODS. WHIPS,
. : COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. .
The public are respectfully invited to call and examine my
stock. I have a great many handsome things that cannot fail
to please. i i
April 2. 1859, -tf F Hotel Building.
AY E R ' S
C H E It R Y
FOR TUB RAPID CURE Of
Colds, Coiiglis, and
BHmniLD, Mass., 20th Bee., 1855.
Da. J. C. AtER: I do not hesitate to any the
best remedy X have! ever found for Coughs,
Hoarseness, Influeuza, and the concomitant
symptoms of a Cold, your Chbret Pkctokal:
Its constant use in my practice and my family
for the last tea years has shown it to possess ,
superior virtue fori the treatment of. these
complaints. jUJEN KNIGHT, M. D.
A. B. MORTXEY, Esq., of Utica, N. Y., writes : "I have used
your Pbctokau myself and in my family ever since you invented
it. and believe jit the test medicine for.its purpose ever put out.
With a bad cold 1 should sooner pay twenty-five dollars for a
bottle than do without it, or take any other remedy."
Croups Whooping Cough, Influenza.
j Bprinofield, Miss., Feb. 7, 1858.
Brothkk Am I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral is tha
best remedy we possess for the cure of Whooping Cough, Croup,
and the chest diseases of children. We of your fraternity in the
South appreciate youi skill, and commbnd your medicine to our
people. i - j HIIIAM -CON KLIN, M. D.
AMOS LEEj Esq., Moxterit, Ia writes, 3d Jan., 1858: "I
had a tedious Influenza, which confined me in doors Bix weeks;
took many medicines without relief; finally tried your Pkctorai.
by the advioe ;of our! clergyman. The first dose relieved tha
soreness in my throat and lungs ; less than one half the bottle
made me completely well. Your medicines are the cheapest as -well
as the best we can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and
your remedies, an the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. .
! ! Wrst Maschistxr, I'A Feb. 4, 1868.
Sir : Your Cherry Pectoral is performing marvellous cures
in this section.. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms
of consumption, and is now curing a man who has labored under
an aifeotion of the lungs for the last forty years.
i I . HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
i- !' -
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., Albion, Moitroi Co., Iowa, writes,
Sept. 6, 185S : During my practice of many years I have. found
nothing equal to your Cherry Pectoral for giving eDise and re
lief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable."
We might add volumes of evidence, but the most convincing
proof of the virtues of this remedy is found in its effects upon
; Consumption. ,
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured so
many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no human aid
can reach ; but even to those the Cuui Pectoral affords re
lief and comfort. , j ;
Abtob Houra, New York Cut, March 6, 1856.
Doctor Ater, Lowill: I feel it a duty and a pleasure to in-'
form- you what your ; Chbrrt Pectoral has done for my wife.
She bad 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 failing, until Dr. Strong, of
this city, where 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, but is free from her cough, and calls herself welL
Yours, with gratitude and regard,
j ORLANDO SHELBY, OF Sbelbtvillb.
Cbnsumptiven, do not despair till you have tried Ayxr'b Cherrt
Pectoral. It te made by one of the best medical chemists in tha
world, and its cures all round us bespeak the high merits, of its
j i t - .
Ayer's j Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been taxed
their utmost to produce this best, most perfect purgative
which is known toman;. Innumerable proofs are shown that
these Pills have virtues which surpass in excellence the onlina- :
ry medicines, and that they win unprecedentedly upon the esteem
of all men. Tey are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to
core. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities
of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify tha
blood, and expel disease, i They purge out the foal humors which
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or
gans into theif natural action, and impart healthy tone with
strength to the whole system. Not only do they cure the every
day complaintsi of every body, but also formidable nd danger
ous diseases tbiat have baffled the best of human skill. While
they produce (powerful effects, they are, at the same time, in di
minished dosesjthe safest and beet physic that can-be employed
for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take;
and being purely vegetable, are free from any ritk of harm.
Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sub
stantiated by men 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 my remedies, while others have sent me the assur
ance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute im
mensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my Ame
lean Almanac, containing directions for their use, and certifl
eatea of their enrea of the following complaints :
Coetivenesa, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heart
burn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nausea, Indiges
tion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, and Pain arising therefrom,
Flatulency, Loss 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
Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Lifer and Kidneys,
flout, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions. j
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with some other pill
they make more profit on. Ask for Atbb's Pills," and take noth
ing elaa. No other they oan give you eomparea with this in- its
intrinsic value or curative powers. The sick want the best aid
Umm ia for them, and they should have it
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A YE It v
Practical aad Analytical Chemist, Lowell IbJlm.
PwcpiW Qu. m Box. Ttvb Boxes ros. $1.
S. J. H INS ALE. .
; Feb'y 19, 1859. ly
Frank William's Rye Whiskey.
T) MITCHELL has made arrangements with Dr
JLl Frank Williams, to be constantly supplied, with
his celebrated EYE WHISKEY, which can be had at
his Store at all; times; by wholesale or retail.
Qct. 16, 1858, i ' tt
AE ARlfl RECEIVING DT ADDITION to Our
T T present stock the following goods,
85 Bags Coffee, Rio, Laguira and Java,
60 Bbls and II bds, Saar, different grades.
4o Boxes Soap, assorted Qualities. .
15 Hlf BbU Eagle Mills Snuff, in small bladders.
350 Boxes and Kegs Super Carbonate Soda
20 Stewarts Candy. , .
, 35 " Candles, Adamantne and Sperm.
5 Bales Baggiag, Dundee and Canny.
i xoas HoiowmreJ
200 Sacks Lit
500 Lbs Ba '
0 Aill OUUEj XjEjJX LXHtlV.
"rim torr r tt n m r-r n t-
GINGER, PEPPER and SPICE f-
"Viadow Glass, Putty and vfhite Lead. -.
Cigars, Green and Black Teas.
Bale Rope aud Twine.
Manilla Rope, Sash Cord Ac. v
brooms. Buckets.! Pails and Matches. -
Cotton Yarns and Sheeting ftt factory prices.
And a good many other articles uu mentioned, and
expect to make such additions to our stock, as the
trade requires. We will sell at wholesale or retail,
low for CAiU. ; or on time to prompt paying, custo
mers, or exchange for country produce.
! Persona wanting goods in our line, are requested
to examine our stock beforeipurchasing..
PEMBERTON A SLOAN.
E. L. PEMBERTOV j GEOBGK SLOAN.
; Oct 22. w-tf -i !
UDR.. JAMES! DAVIS, haying
ucviuru uu ciuiaueiiujr lUCAUBg IH mo
Town of Fayetteville, respectfully offers his servi
ces to the citizens of this place and surrounding
country. In all the various branches of his Pro
fession, including the manufacture ' of Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, after! an extensive experi-
ence, io wnicn is auaca atnoTouerh JJental educa
tiuu, mat no uun give enure satisiaction as far as
it is in the power of Dentistry. All irregularities
of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful man
ner, as well as diseases ot the mouth, IS one bu'
the proper merais are.maae use oi in Tho various
poerations. Charges will be moderate, that the
benefits of the Profession may be placed within
the reach of all who may feel au interest in; thr
preservation of the Teeth.
Gi?Oflice over Houston's Jewelry Store, where
ue win oe iounu ax ail times.
May 15, 1858
bobesqn county. J
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions
August Term, 1859.
: It is ordered by the Coiirt that tha following Tracts
of Land be sold for the Taxes. The Owners being
non-residents, of the County. Therefore Publication
be made in the North Carolinian, according to law
Ford, Eliaa B. 330 acres on Aligator Swamp $2.73
toulatyre, John U. lOrt ' west of Aehpole . ; 61
Mclniyro, D. Y. vy I " " I" 73
! i From the Minutes; , .'
JOHN' M. IIARTMAN, Clerk..
"Oct. 12, Pr. Adv $3.15 5-tw 1-td
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
ROBESON COUNTY. )
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions
August Term, 1859.
Jacob Alford, Adin'r of Arch'd McKay, dec 'd,
Nelly McKay!, and others.
PETITION FOR ACCOUNT AND SETTLEMENT.
Iu this case it appearing! to the Court" that Alex'i
McKay, Arch'd McPhaul, Daniel McPhaul, Flora Mc
Phaul, Alex'r McPhaul, Wilson Thammond, and wife
Elizabeth, William McPhaul. and Campbell,' all re
side beyond the limits of this State,. It is therefore
ordered that Publ cation, be1 made in the North Car
olinian, for six weeks notifying said Defendants, to
appear at the next Term of'this Court- to be held at
the Court House in Luraberton, there to plead answer
or demur to said Petition,!
or Jugraent pro confetto
wijl be rendered, and the
same heard ex parte as to
Witness John M. Ilartmah, Clerk of our Said Court
at office in Lumberton the Fourthfonday in August
A. D. 1859. ; . . v
J.'m,. IIARTMAN, Clebx.
Oct. 12 Pr-Adv. $6 25, 5t-w lt-d
SILVER ! WARE.
Table Tea Svtaar
Cream and wait
Spoons Forks But
ter and Wrntt JKnives
RTa&Uin Rings Bells
and WVilstles rSltinvl
Table and Tea Spoons, Cake and
Card Baskets, Qastors, Candle
Sticks, Waiters Batter Cool
ers, Sugar Bowls, Forks,
Cups, Salt Sellers, '
For Sale at the Watch and J ewelry Store
No. 11 . Hay St., f j AV. PRIOR.
Nov. 2, 3t-d 2t-w v
N ' i 1 , . , L -
JPIJ OPEMtWlk FOR
THE subscriber offers for sale on accommodating
terms, The Dwellins House and lots, near Mallett's
Mill, formerly the property of John Cruso, with the
adjoining: , : J Wi-
The lot adjoining the above on the North, for
mery the property of James Hollingsworth.
The Stores and Warehouse bn'Gillispie street,
at present occupied ' by Mr, Jno. Murphy and
Mr. Sam'l H. SteeL , . , -
The Lot on Gillispie strieet joining Mr. A. John
son on, the South, and the Mumford property on
t. XT .1. ..I . .
The House and lot on the corner of Orange and
Chauiicey streets, formerly the prperty of Jona
than Jessup. Also four, vacant lots joining'-the
above. . ; - ' - " ,
not previously disposed of at private sale, th?
prowrty will be stud at Auction at the
House, on Tues, 15th Nov, at 12 o'clock,
M. W. JESSUP,
i A. M. CAMPBELL, Auc'r.
Oot. 21. . w-ts . ,;' ' .; . y : J. :
Ob's, a Pres. copy. . .- - v. ' . -
ew Fall Goods 1859.
FWnTS ITT TV wm m t
'iiEi uwiitKSiiiaisu tare now , opening their
-a. siuL.u.n d r-ALL STOCK of DRY C0ODS, HATS
BONNETS, BOOTS, SHOES, BEADY,
MADE CLOTHING, Ac., Ac!
Ail or which were selected carefully by one of the
hrm. ana .will be offered to their old Customers and
toners at tne lowest Market prices
THE NOilTIl CAROLINIAN.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
OUR DUTY I
" Never since the formation of our Union has so
much sectional feeling existed as is the case at the
present time. Faction, eommotioti, Escri0ilg.
deed civil war, although they have bVki ' i'M
on the tombs of fallen empires, and shooldawlki-'i
warning to us, still exist to a deplorable extent, even
in our country which has so long been rexgnized
as the modern empire of the world. Considering
this it behooves the people of the nation, especially
of the South, whose sacred institutions have been
trampled upon, to enquire in what way a r?secy tx-
mination mar be cutjtafthed tiilnss " It tahnot be !
doubted that fraternal discord and ruffianism exists
to an almost tmparalleled -extent in particular
sections of our country. The recent insurrection at
Harper's Ferry and the riots which occur almost daily
in the city of Baltimore are sufficient testimonials
of the truth of our statement. There' is a party at
tho North known as the Blae)c Republican party, it
was the leaders of this party: who were the promi-
nent actors in this insurrection. -In the South we
have a political party known as the Opposition par
ty with no recognized principles o -defined doc
trines, save that of the overthrow of Democracy.
This party has organs, who also have no recog
nized creed ; it has leaders also. These leaders,
Botts, Bell, Bates, Crittenden and o.hers advocates
an alliance withi thie Black Republicans, who have
already by their acts and to their utmost sorrow
broached the irrepressible conflict " subject in .or
der that they may defeat the Democratic party
simply because it is Democratic We upon the
other hand advocate an alliance with no One, we
go in for the Union, the equality of the States, and
in opposition to any and every party, whose leaders,
organs and privates so cordially, detest Democracy
as to vote for the men who have already slain their
brethren and still persist in their unholy, villainous
work of, endeavoring to dissever the bands which
bind together our glorious Union.
There are three parties. Black Republican. Oppo
sition and Democratic, i The first favor the. dissolu
tion of the Union if all the slaves are not to be man
umitted; the second advocates on alliance with the
first, and the third, the Democratic party, is the only
one which stands aloof from the question of slavery
and has for its guide and its platform the Constitu
tion as it is. ! i -
It cannot be denined that this is precisely the po
sition .which these parties occupy. The South then
has to select either one or the other of these politi-
cal parties for the purpose ef endeavoring to main-
tain the rights which are granted to her. by the
Constitution. In the Black Republican party they
have one whose primary object is to overthrow the
institutions of the South.
In the opposition party an effort is being made by
the lealers to unite With the opposition North, or
Black Republicans, in order to defeat the Democrat
c party, although by so doing they strike a death
blow at their most sacred interests. The Demo
cratic party is therefore the only one in whose; arti-.
cles ot faith are incorporated the only proper policy
to be pursued by the South. . It is Jiational it - is
neither anti-slavery nor pro-slavery, indeed it is now
the only hope which remaineth for the people of the
South, and it is our duty and one which we cannot
disregard to support the principles of that party,
and by so doing weaken the ranks of the treacher
ous enemy who are endeavoring to wrest our liber
ties and our institutions from us.
The Maryland Elections.
-Another blow has been inflicted upon the friends
of free government and order, and this blow is from
the hands of those whose name would indicate that
they should be foremost in defense of purity and
free government the misscalled Americans of Bal
timore have remacted the scenes of former days,
and the blood of innocent' men has deluged her
streets and all because they were democrats ll I 3
The unfortunate beings who could be classed as
one of that much abused party, would not dare,
upon the peril of their lives, to approach the bal.
lot box, for in doing so it was at the cost of life.
The few who had hardihood sufficient to deposit
their votes, suffered dearly for: their courage, and
many a stalwart man was carried a lifeless corpse
fron that place, which of all others should be con
sidered sacred to every American citizen.
- How long this state of things shall last remains
to be determined by the freemen of America, . as it
seems the hands of Maryland are impotent to ac
complish any good, y"
We were not a little ; surprised this morning to
see the leading organ of the Opposition in this State
justifying this outrage and gloating over the tri-
i- .1 .i. ' i n il I . ' .
umpa oi uie moo in niuamore. i ,
Must' we consider the words of this sheet as. re-
? . -
fleeting the sentiments of the people who compose
that party ? If we shall, we must be constrained to
sav that thev are irrevocably committed to the sup-
port of fanaticism; and a desire to overthrow demo
cracy by Jair or foul play, is their governing passion.
We do not believe that the meanest men of the
party will endorse any such , thing we have abet
ter opinion of them. We know, friend Syme does
not, although his paper does. ;
A Good Hit. The New York Day Book comes
to band to-day with a runaway negro cut at the
head of One of its 'columns,- where they offer fifty
cents reward for Fred Douglas. - The Day Boole is
a spicy sheet but this last hit is the best r ' '
V FIFTY CENTS REWARD!
Fifty cents reward is offered for the annrehension
of Fred Douglas, a light colored mulatto, formerfr
of Maryland, and lately a resident of Rochester, in
haio giAic ; , oaju ireo. is neany fix teew uu) "
features are strongly Caucasian ; his' manners are
" mm 0 Sa.m
plausible, and be may attempt to pass nimseu oh ua
a white man. When last heard of he was in Cana
da West The above reward will be paw Po f"f
delivery in New York city. Apply to the Property
Clerk at the Police Headquarters. . .
: Th High Point REPOBTEB-We , would call at,
tention to the prospectus, of this proposed pubhea
tion, which we insert m another, column of
paper. .From .Iper.
Moore we feel quite sure that we do notT,m tU
fying to his ability In prosecuting th work which
fc propcseSf J ; . - , '
' . EXPLANATORY.
We 'sincerely regret that we could not or rere nc t
allowed to publish the list of premiums awarded by
our county AgricultuxaLSociety as-wahad so premis
ed in our Friday's paper. Our . reason for not pub
lishing it is, that when, we-applied for it to the pro
perofSceror ofScers'we iscre to polit-cly informed
that another paper would require them to print en.
IXonday. This was told to-us on Friday; and al
though our weekly paper is printed Friday night
and Saturday, we were compelled to do without it.
As it will be one week and two days eld tj tl 3
of our weekly paper we shall not f ul!
t it exceedingly, althou
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wrong -and who would desire to see democrats-
"IJjected out of church and state,
And all things save the people's hate."
- If the Cumberland Agricultural Society has den
ned a political garb it is time for the majority of
the people of Cumberland, who are Democrats, to
understand it. "We would not object to the act com- -plained
of had there been another daily paper, and
the list had been handed over to them. But here is
a different question It is held over four days as a
kind of political pap-to feed Whiggery. Democrats
have stood such tricks long enough, not only are
the railroads turned into political machines, but it
seems that agricultural societies have become hot
houses to foster their political opponents.
There were some democrats, so called, upon tnai
committee of whom we might expect better but
we hare been told long since ta watch these men
we have no need to watch them further;
As to the officers, whose politics caused them to
act as before stated, because we published a demo
cratic paper, it is enough for us to say that we have
the most supremely small idea of them; their souls, if
placed in the stomach of a good sized flea, would
never suffocate for lack of territory.
The Harper's Ferry conspiracy has had an effect
which may be considered healthy in the extreme.
Not only has it opened the eyes of the South to
her own interests, but it has also caused even Re
publicans (falsely so styled) and it has shown De
mocracy in its true colors as the conservative of the
The New York Tribune has been blubbering over -the
result of this conspiracy to an alarming extent.
Why? because it has lost the ' following influential
and independent men.
F. S. Martin, of Cattarugus Co., N. Y., C. B.
Stewart,' E. W. Andrews, E. O. Perrin and D. A.
Leiven, all influential "Republican Whigs who
have independence enough to cut themselves looso
they have all taken a stand upon the " pro-slavery
Democratic platform!" How he talks. He does
not know that Democracy is not anty nor pro-slave
ry in simple terms, it is national.
BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION.
This body met in the town of Charlotte at 11 o'
clock on Wednesday the 2nd day of November.
The Bulletin says t
. " The President; Elder James M cDanlel, called the
ConvehtTon to order, and read a portion of Scripture.
He then addressed the body in a felicitous nimr.cr,
congratulating the denomination upon their present
prosperity, and the growing interest of their cause.
He alluded to the numbers, intelligence, and effi
ciency of the ministry and membership ; to the uni
ty which characterizes them in their benevolent de
nominational enterprises and work, and to the ex
tension of the field of labor, and increase of mem
bership and influence during the past conventional
In the afternoon Rev. James McDaniel was re
elected President. . The proceedings throughout, so
far, have been very harmonious.
Thb Wilson Ledges. Mr. Joseph H. Foy has
become sole editor and proprietor of this ably con
ducted democratic journal. Mr. Tumbro in a cha s t e,
well written valedictory bids adieu to his former pat
rons and friends and says :
"In dissolving this connection, we feel somewhat
depressed, as it is quite possible that we may never
again occupy the editorial chair quite certain, not
for the present. A change has come over the spirit
of our dreams, and our heretofore assiduous labors
as editor and typo demand a cessation.
To the fraternity we aire indebted for many a fa
vorable notice and valuable exchange, for which we
offer our thanks. To our Datrons we nresant our
acknowledgments, and pray that their shadows may
never grow less."
Both gentlemen have our best wishes for future
, Treasok. It seems that the friends of Seward
are. forsaking him, and trying to unite upon Simon
Cameron of Pennsylvania, as it is said the latter
tan can carry the Old Keystone, whilst the former
can not It is doubtful in the extreme whether or
not he can carry Pennsylvania. He is no favorite
there they know that money secured him his pre
sent position. Cameron is in fact a rather hard case
politically and morally.
Dedication. The new Baptist Church at Gray's
Creek is to be dedicated on the 3rd Sabbath in No
vember.. The dedication sermon will be preached
bv Rev. James McDaniel of this citv. Rev. A. P.
Repiton, and other distinguished preacheis are ex
pected to be preseni The meeting is to continue
for some time. We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitatien to be present, of which we shall availed,
selves if possible.
NeWBEEN Fate. Persons attending
Newbern on the 8th, 9th rand 10th of this month,
can pass over , the North CaroUna IWlmins ; on
and the Atlantic & North Carolina radroad.
and return for one fare, Al! articles and stock m
Wedlor exhibition at the Fair will be transnorted
Atlantic 4 North Carolina Railroad free of
charge. - ' " ' - '-..-" -
eiesrn from the Spirit of the Age that another
fire occrirredln Raleigh on Sabbath night last The
victim being Mr. Womble who had his store burned
a few days since. This time fcis dwelling was burn
ed to the ground. The whole is considered as hav
ing been done by the hand of an incendiary.
i PaiKTrso OrncB roa Sale. The proprietor of
theAshevule News offers that establishment for
gale.- The circulation is far and might be increased.
The advertising patronoge is good and the jobb:i:
4epartaeat s remunerative,
" July 23d Ib59. ; J r " JiNU. W.. nivuix.
Au. 13, 1859. J
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