KOUli DAYS' LATER NFAV
Pi.ihti.and, Nov. -VK
The steamship Tinhemian arrived here yesterday, j
front Liverpool with dates to theJGth, being four (
davs later news. j
The Times says that the feeling of hostility to I
Emrland in France is more bitter than since llo. j
The enrol nient of :io,ono m,.n f,,r the naval re-
serve in F.nland commences on the 1st January. i
Cnri-'-nan declines the Italian Jieeencv. Cheva-j
li.-i- Biioncompngnie accepts it.
LIVF.IU'OOL MABKETS, Nov. loth.
Cotton Sab s of two days 12,000 bales; market
closed with but little enquiry, and prices weak.
Flour, firm : an average bu-iucss doing without
olable ( ban LLC
Wheat, firm; holders having advanced their pre
tensions'; sales are only moderate.
Corn, quiet, and prices linn.
Sots. Turpt. dull.
Bo.-in. tea.iv at Is. a -Is. Id.
Con-ol- tor account closed, :it
ARRIVAL OF Till
I i.ri v x. .Nov. . I tie i-uropa, wuu
dates to the l!lh, has arrived.
The K auu'aroo, (ceaii
OiKcn and r.-ia had ar- 111 the moral courage to say so. Outside the Delim
it ratic party, and a few conservatvies of the Choate,
l?-tti!':c;iti.oiw of tin' treaties were to have
ehi-ngcl at Zurich on the -2 1st. j
Fraic-.; Jims i ! -d letters of invitation to the Con- ,
j.T,.Ss to'the IVw.ts that signed the Vienna treaties
and three Italian Powers. j
The altrndc i" the Kimli-h and French press was
l lily b. co.ning more v. ariike. The 44 Times" calls j
Upon Nap deoii t put an end to all suspense. j
The Congress was expected to meet at Paris, but f
the lime was not n c -i it idicd. j
The London Society ' Art.s have inaugurated a i
m ex :i ion 1 oil 111 1 ;-i i-l'.
ing the n.-y.
!t wa report c i
commai.d oi ' a
to Kuoiu-empag'.iico's assuni
d ii bad re-
: lira I Italy and joined
t ( M M VM
h. --( 'otlon. ---Sales for the
hiding 1 - on speculation
Piiecs for lower q-mlities
el seit dull. Orleans fair
I r-1 i:ii
hales, including- 7,--e.hs
lull. Flour qui t and
:i :.! a,! advance of 2 i
i Is ! 1.
c-i quiet, red Us
C'-ru (itill and
; . !;.. :52s a
hoi iues say that
W C C
1 o , i r
net iliaf corn
les sliglit -t.
.111 s.ea't" at
i M l ii
. a i .a it-: uu r
Is Sell .
t in- llli
t , . '..'',
n: ( 'i.iciiinat
they were heard
in relation to old
for him and his
a man -1 1 ; p
1 1 1
ill 11 o i 111.
I! ile- car s
-I. iiIj !i 1 lio V Vi IL
hcl i responsible.
V: ii ; ' i iv has n 1 V 1
ngag -d to exer ise .luring
lance, and refuse to carry
cle.i of evil intentions.
1 he week a oroo. r surveit
j ers-oS vvh--!u ! v be s-.ip.
The co!i:p in y ivf ;se to :
.tiiiiil after the execution.
Amoir: the j. e - ii rs i
tickets for Charleston
ay was t n
1 a permit
wife of the
'ill' 1 l.rowa. Mil-
i-i; coxsr.N'fs Kt mi iu:;vx's fam-
in tlii -"i!y.
TO I i A E HiS KKM AiNS.
Nuv. ''K lliif !' tlte Aiiiiliti'in slieets
. s:ivs ti:v. W ise li'l writt.-n t Mis
siiuiise of i !i -Iniin, eni-lo.injr -jui orui'i
i-uii'lui-l it lier
mesciiifer to Charlcs-
ovt'i-nor states that the reniaiiis of the
decently ce :n ;iv. ! red to the ears !'
t wi!! in
'oi.i mi;i a, S. C
met here on Mini' lay.
; occupied chieily in
;tate :i Hairs.
The l.i-i;-is! tiu'i
ci'iiurV .Vie-:i -.e i
I le rccom men Is.
liejiiihlic in I 'res
in defence of o-;i
in c;ie of the election
tent, a co operation o
W ASH I M. T IN
says he saw
t radie'rs t i ic
. i i! 'a
i H'j '.I :
leiiol i i
io is direct from ev Mexico,
rson in L'j"d health, immediately
Hire, an ! iieiiee emphatically C'.m
!' I lie 1, liter's death.
Washington, Xov. Oi). ;
( i.'iim e.-s liave arrived, i
Ahollt S liu ;;ih.!'.-S of
C;iiii"iH S el' the rcsyie'-t ivc
onvlivs will' he
.Indue Douglas and his accomplished wife, de.-ii;n
h-r. in j: this city on the !lM:i jiryxinio fir i-'lorida.
(v. I miis healin has en tullv restore i. (
From present i:id'n--'.ii..ns it is prohahle tliat the
)ress will he supplie.l with copies of the President's
.Message an-1 the Depart ment Kepovis, as heretofore.
Xov Orleans, Xov. -2!.
t ion a
n ihv H
t at -icr
ii.i ri.is. D.ites from the city
'lii. .-tale that the I'onstitu
L'taro twentv-one cannon and
a large number of prisoner-, hieiu
Tcpi.i and an American oiiicer.
..!. !.,. r..;.,'KllMli,v of
dinsr (Jen. Alvarez,
'Iiie latter was
the Eritish min-
Mil" '-" -
- ton snail see ine angeis in youi ihiuh'. t nt u
Li the battle a I T.ilaiic.irgo, four hundred were i the chariots that bring us bles.-ings do rumble,
kllel and half the town was burnt. The liberals j their wheels do sound with prayer. We hear the
were victorious. ! prayer in our own spirits, and that prayer becomes
lt"i- reported that a c.oujpromi-e has been set-j t lie token of tliu coining blessings. Even as the
tied between Rubles, Juarez and Miramon Juarez j el nil foreshadowcth the rain, so prayer foreshado
to be Provisional Pre.-idciit at. Mexico; the eonsti- j weth the blessing; even as the green blade is the
eating the Church pieperty to ue annuiie-i.
Philadelphia, Nov. "2'J. .
' 1) vnguhoi-s CorNTKiU Ki rs- Very dangerous coun
terfeit notes on the Philadelphia Bank are in circu
ation. Their execution is perfect, deceiving the
best" judges. All the Hanks here have been vic
timized and probably other cities may suffer.
LATKR FROM BROWNSVILLE.
V,..- Cortmas lias nung o
v for the loss of his leader.
Americans in re ven g
LVi'ER FROM MEXICO.
Nkw 0,:.,:ans, Nov. SO.-Byan arrival here we
have .lates from the city of Mexico to the 1 Jtn.
At the recent battle at Quereta.o the Liberals
lost 21 cannon and a huge number of prisoners in
cluding (hn. Alvarez. , . m i
Tlie Liberals gained a hard fought Dattle at Tul-
New York, Nov. s
Death ok "Washington Ikvjno I Washington
Irvititr died last.niirht at Irvinrton.
Taunton, Mass. Nov. 27.
Great Fire in Taunton Mass. A fire broke
out this morning, A portion of the buildings on
two streets were destroyed. The total loss is esti
mated at $150,000, and the insurance $80,000.
The Silence of the NoRTn. Not the first public
meeting has been held in the non-slaveholding States,
to disapprove the effort made at Harper's Ferry to
excite the slaves against their masters. The only
denunciations of the outrage have been utterred in
Democratic meetings, called to promote party inter
ests. The reason given tor this silence is, that everv
one North, with the exception of the abolitionists,
denounces the Harper's Ferry outrage, and that
therefore, there is no necessity for meetings to give
utterance to public feeling. But is this so? Clarely
not. One-half the presses and one-half the pulpits
uf the North either openly sympathize with old
Brown, or systamatically and constantly denounce
the institution of slavery. Lecturers declare that
the gallows on which Brown is destined to die, will
become thenceforth sacred, like the Cross ; and
even this is approved and applauded by multitudes.
r . J- il - 1 1 " 1 . .
jiauy oi me jou.oai.-, u.;u aui.ni o.o i.iouo , gum ,
,-' . - . ' ' , -,
engaged in urg.ng ,ov. A ise to pardon him, lest
his execution should add to the excitement atrainst
ihe South. No, the truth is the is not one locality
j n one hundred in the free-States, where a meeting
I of the people without respect to party could be cal
i led, riiri tro,Lhl ieno" net old UroTu an a criinina-
ad jiixl'ij'y his un tali incut. The conservative men
; would be voted down bv the abolitionists. That is
the reason why no meeting of the people has been
called to tender an assurance to Virginia that the
raid of old Brown within her borders is not approved
by the non-slaveholding State:-. We feel sure it is
uot approved by the great body of the people there ;
but then they appear to be wanting in the power or
l ilimore, and Lverett stalnp, the .North is abolitiorn
zeil ; or, if this is not so, there is no voice breaking
the silence to assure us that abolitionism is not the
most potent influence in that quarter. S' amlard.
The nroieotors and manufacturers of Atlantic
cables must either expedite their labors, or he pr :
k ........ 7
; pared to find themselves left behind by a systdm
! of telegraphing where such expensive and troubli?- !
somo ;t...os ,ro di.iw,.il with fr T.in.lnv. nf !
! lundee, has recently been making known the re- !
suit, of a series of experiments, relative to the
i transmission of electric signals across water, with-
out the :ud of transverse wires.
His method is to immerse two plates or sheets
uf metal on one side, and connect them by a wire
passing through a coil to move ii needle; and to
have on the other side two sheets, similarly con
nected, and nearly opposite the two former.
Mr. Lindsay commenced a series of experiments
in electricity, in lS.'Jl, and made another set :n
IS 14, in telegraphing across water without wires
first, and then by in -uns ot two uninsulated wires ;
and finding the latter method much more powerful,
he prcreiTeti it, ami teiegr.ipncu in runt wav,
In 1S;24 he re- 1
through severed ponds in Humiee.
slimed ( xiiciiniciits without transverse wires, on
, .... . j i
ueceeded 111 cross
ilim'I Mini:, itll lin.-lll'Piiui, iim ruin iuiu 111 vi'.?.v
than a oua.-ter of a mile, More recently
1.' i i t ..,,,1
l;.;,.,l ..v,-,o,-oocot :,,! v:cc h-il
o, ..a. ....e.o. .... 444 -n- ;'
m eiossui'- tne lav wlu-re it was three quarters or ,
. . J 1 j
a mi e .io n .. i
His experiments have shown that only a fraction-i
, ,1 , , . . . , J i
al part of the eleetru-ty -generated Jioes across, and i
the quantity that goes across may be increased m
four ways: first, by an increase of battery-power ;
second, by inereaseing the surface of the immersed
sheet : ihird, by increasing the coil that moves the
receiving needle : fourth, by increasing the lateral
; d stance. Where the lateral distance can be got,
In- recommends increasing it, as, by that means, a
smaller battery is requisite. In telegraphs by this
method to Ireland and France, abundance of late
ral d-dance could be got; but for America, the
Jafer.-ii iii.f ftiiee in liriiiin i inueh less than tlus
distance across. According to a calculation he
has made, he thinks a battery of UiH square feet,
immersed sheet of M.OiM) square feet, and a coil of
. , . .
2 H) notimb
it, sufficient t- cross the Atlantic,
d distance that could be obtained in
a of tel
The idea of telegraphing across water without
the use of intervening w ires, is, however, not con
fined to Mr. Lindsay ; whether or not it will ever
he found practicable, for Atlantic purposes, it
would le ha, trdoiis at this time to say. It will be
iutere-ting to note the progress of experiments in
! that direction. Xciciiti fic Artizof.
,r -V- f I
ay of Nkw On
1 il.M. 1 - 1 1 I..V I r.. II 1 lilt. ...VI ur .ir..t iv ,
... -. i . . it c r. v, ...
i.kaxs. lhe Philixlendiia correspondent ot the New
orK. i 'ispatcii iives me ioiiow ni'? :
We have :i Melhouist preacher here, who is ft jolly
w:t-. - few il.ivs sinee, a yonnp; man who had long
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HI.V II l.iriK'il Lll lii I lltll I II, (IIIU H hll il "iv
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Ii'ave tor .e n leans, eanie to oiu ins pasnu i.n
"Anil are ymi f;'"inj; to that degenerate place Xew
Orleans are von V"
Yt s. sir, lint 1 don't expect to Tie influenced by j
an extraneous pressure of any kind,'' responded the j
yoath with considerable earnestness.
" Weil, I ani ulad to see von so confident. 1 hone
i , i n " - i " i i , l ,,,- ( .,.
the Lord will u-uide von. Lilt do you know tne
t . , - , ' ,i v-i
temptations winch exit tliere
'. . .
Nii, not i larticnlavi v
Well, I d ; yo li'ii i I wanton women in iniise o f
, Paris, temitiu-- the very elect; and rare wines and
: ardent drinks ; and. you'll find gay company, and
I niii-ht brawling and ainldiiip;, and dissipation, and
j runninpr ntK-r the lu-ts of the old man Ada in."
'Still, sir, 1 hope to eomhat them all successful
ly." "I hope you wll, my tear Christian oroJier, was
the reply. ""I hore you will. And let me -rive you
tiiis much for your consolation in case you should
fall from spruce. The tempter is worse than the sin,
and the pcater the temptation more merit there is
in resisting it. The man who -toes to Heaven by
the way of X'ew Orleans, is sure to have twice as
liiuli a pla.x in eternal elory as he who reaches Pa
radise through .the quiet portals of Connecticut or
One of our exchanges advertises for two composi
tors "who don't pet drunk," ami adds that "the edi
tor does all the ;j:ctthi drunk necessary to support
the dignity of the estahlishment."
Ax Kmiss utv. The Eutaw (Ala.) Whig learns
I that among the effects of liertram Round, who died
j a few weeks since iu Marengo county, Alabama,
j were three letters from "Ossawattomic Brown,"
marked "answered." This Round was a peregrin
! athv singing master from abolitiondoni.
Prayer is the rustling of the wings of the angels
that are on their way bringing us the boons of
aven. Have you heard praying in your heart ?
, .-. , ... ....... 1 1171
of the blessing which is about to come. Spunjeou.
The Buffalo Pepultlir, one of our most interest
ing exchanges, in speaking of ilr. Germain's great
steamer, says :
" We notice that some newspapers are in the
habit of ridiculing the steamship project of Mi"
Germain. Some people in our own city call it an
idle cream. They should remember, that the great
flowers that bloom once a century in science and
art, spring from the random seeds of dreamers.
The str uige birds of America tlew ' Columbus
long before they met his ships at t1 ... -do of sun
set ; nnd the fbv i' ; s vr. ,..V. c i i liiui in I:..ly,
and tno strange -.us uvcd ai'-nsj a hiu.xjn to
him, long before ihat night whose morning awoke
him' and America forever."
Such dreams are the impalpable seeds of the
facts to be. Scientific Artisan.
A RARE NIGHT.
I Remembek said a British officer at the mess
table passing a winter's night in a very strange
manner. "When I was about eighteen years okl,
being quartered near a country village, 1 bought a
fine game cock -not to fight, but through a mere
freak. He was as fiine a feathered biped as ever
strutted on a pair of legs. I had carried him home
where he and I had arrived about five o'clock on a
winter's evening. It so happened that another
youth and myself were obliged for a time" to occu
py one small sleeping apartment. 1 had a full-sized
bed m it ; my companion occupied a small travel
ling bed, which fitted him like a coffin, folded into
a portmanteau in the day, and was laid out at
night byjus servants No sooner had I arrived
than I was summoned to dinner; but what must 1
do with Chanticleer ? I was puzzled ; so I put
him, pro tempore, into a dark wooden cupboard,
close to the door, among a parcel of old shoes, and
coats and pants, and shut the door. Chanticleer
no doubt made the best of his quarters, nad went
to roost. I went off to dinner, and in the hurry
and bustle of a party forgot the cock and as com
pletely as if he had never existed.
Now it so happened that my friend's little bed
was planted with the pillow end close to this same
cupboard the sleeper's ear almost touching the key
hole, the cupboard not being bigger than a good
siztjJ box A,jGut tweIve 0clock I" came home got
'into my bed, ana leii last asleep, still unconscious
of Chanticleer iiri( alI that was soon to ensue. My
friend had been fast snoring in the arms of Mor
pheus for an hour gone.
How long I slept I cannot tell, but I was start
led with a lengthening roar, which made me think
some horrid convulsion of nature was taking place-
in the whole country. All aghast and halt asleep,
I listened, and presently was made fully aware of
what had taken place, ami would be persisted in ;
for these birds; be it known, crow full twenty
minutes at a stretch, quarter minute time. i
thought quite unnecessary to awake my friend,
since to sleep was impossible.
On went the cock, yelling, at short stated inter
vals, more like a horse than any other noise I know.
The cock was not aware that my friend's ear was
only half an inch distant from his back. Nor was
he aware that the cupboard door acted as a perfect
sounding board. So on he went, roaring his orisons
in a style which set the furniture of the room in a
state of tumult. I beg that you will not imagine an
abrupt, short, deep crow ; every crotchet of it came
from th-j throat, clear, angry, loud, and above all,
1 very long. Presently 1 heard manifest proofs
" .1 , . . ,1 IT V
01 uneasiness irom me lenent in tne otner neu. uu
went the bugle, again snd again repeated. At last
I heard a voice cry : "O Lord, what is that f The
("(-'k was silent for a moment, till again it blew its.
angry pipe. v nat is tnac norriu noise r .igauu
it was repeateil loud enough to tear down the house.
I could bear it no longer. The desire to laugh was
insupportable ; so I crammed the bolster into my
mouth. The cock continued his matins; my friend
struggled with the horrid annoyance, and also with
sleep, till at last Chanticleer, by one violent effort,
upset some metallic vessel or pan, upon which, no
doubt he was perched. This compound clamor
raised my friend upon his legs. In a dreadful rage,
mixed with amazement and curiosity, he dew to the
tinder-box to strike a light. '
When I saw the expression of his face puffing at
the match, it was indescribably comic: but it would
,iilve required ribs of steel not to explode with laugh-
rer, vt lien ms question to me, ot "un: uear, cietr,
what is this noise was urowneu by a yell Irom
.,, . , , , . , , - r .
V." , "7 , , ' " . r
'"P ........... "1"' n .owmiiiij, iioLji
a cleep sleet. "What noise do v u mean f At
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last, wearied with laughter, 1 told him all, and show-
ed him where the Jiero was deposited. Instantly he
. , i .1 i i n t - k ,
removed the bed. Determined on vengeance, he
, , , , . , '
vj 'ciini tilt, i.iiin fii.i i u inaii iv t 't v :i si ii i si )tir
done than the terrified bird battered out the light
with his wings, and escaped into some corner of the
room. The candle was lost; so down lay my friend,
grumbling. At break of dixy Chanticleer again
commenced, but he was quickly assailed with boots
and shoes, and all kinds of missiles from both beds,
which silenced him until rising time. Such s night
of restlessness and fun 1 never did pass before, and
I fear never shall again, ft is not of tenone gets so
hear y and so innocent a laugh, although, to be sure,
my iHeii-i um.i Ohantic-lc-cr were sutU'rcra,
The Pittsburgh (Penn.) Post objects to our con
ceding Pennsylvania to the Republicans in the elec
tior of 1 Stiii. 1. states that if Senator Douglas is
nominated at Charleston he will certainly receive its
electoral vote. Senator Douglas can be elected
without Pennsylvania; but it is gratifying to see the
confidence which animates our friends that he can
also carry that state. He is unquestionably tens of
thousands of voL'S stronger in Pennsylvania than
any other man, and if it is designed to redeem her
he must be the nominee at Charleston. We do not
believe any other Democrat has the ghost of a chance
i 'im i :.i I...U .. ..- u i,,v
lU Villi V 11U1. llltl HAL 1 lUMUUlUiil'. D.ILLIC v oi o v
- , . . I ..... I . . ...
11 icii' nut:, out milu ocii.ilvii i'oo-i.i.- ..- om
... , , , ' -, .., t , , ,,- ,
i Ve shall c-.trry the one hundred and twenty electoi-
al votes of the South, and, iu audition, the following
. , .
,r. ' .. , ,
lliat is thirty more than is necessary to el
ii-,- - ,
addition, we may carry Pennsylvania, 27
r i. . v. - '
dersej, t ; and Aew York, -. Hut the
reliance must be upon the North west. It is here
that the battle is to be fought, and it is with refer
ence more especially to this section of the country
i that the nomination should be made. Cincinnati
j A'li'juiri r
j (oy. W isi:. The term of Uov. Wise expires the
first Monday of January. He has disposed of his
! estate in Aceomac, and will locate himself perma
nently near Richmond.
The Right Max in the Right Place. The mes
senger who brought the news of the noble Schamyl's
capture to the Emperor of Russia was Lieutenant
Col. Urabbe. Puueh.
tX; Jfl(jlt501t Iff.,
AS RECEIYED ami is daily receiving by far the
largest aud most desirable stock of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
ever offered by him to the public.
Xot deeming it necessary to enumerate, he would
say it embraces all the New Styles for the Fall, and
Winter trade. To' which he would call the atteution
of his old Customers and the Public generally.
ALEXANDER JOHNSON Jr.
Sent. S. 18.-9. d i w tt
Silver Plated. Castors.
Silver Plated Spoons.
Silver Plated Forks.
V FRESH Supply received. An assortment al
wavs OX HAND, at the -CROCKERY STORE,'
JuneV d-tf w iu-tf W. N. TILLIXGHAST.
Starr & Willliams,
importers tuirt Jobbers of
Foreign and Domestic
Hats, Cajs, lioots, Shoes, Uumbrellas and
West aid Fayettecille Hotel Building. -i
RE now receiv ins theU Second purchase of Goods
,- for the Sea"!!. ' This Stoek is large and well
worth the atteution o4" buyers, t---i are invited to
call and examine for then1--Ives.
J . D. STAU'il.
Oct. 13, 3& v.--tf
T A DIES CAN BE SERVED IN THIS LINE,
1 j and work done promptly, by cabing at
ALEX'R JOHNSON, Jk's.
Sept. 26, 1859,
BY PEMBERTON & SLOAN.
DECEMBER 3, 1830. '
: ldja 16 . ,.1 0 UAS.-JKS
25 a Cuba. " 28 a 30
New Orleans, 50 a 55
25 a SO .NAILS 5 J " 4.50 a 4.75
42 a 53 f OILS "
18 a 20 Sperm. 0.00 a 2.00
J , Liuseed. 0.00 a 1.00
121-2 a 13 i Tanner's.- ' 70 a 80
IS 19 ' Irish. 1 50 a 2 25
. . " Sweet. '.". 00 a 00
10 a 10 1-8 POULTRY
91-2 a 93-4 Chickens, 1 a 25
00 a 00 S , Ducks, 00 a 00
Turkeys, 00 a 00
Lierp-lpersack, 00 0 a 1.50
Aluiu I tr bualltl. ' 00 a 50 j
I'laxSeed- . 1031.15
Gcdbjt- 17 a 18
Dundee, . 17 a 2'J
Burlaps. , OO a 15
. No. 4 to 10., 1.00 a 1.05
BronSheetiugA. 8 1-4 a 8 1-2
I lover p-r pound. 12a 15
Sbad per pouuj
. L ARO
10S all Common bag, 2.0ft 2.12
45 a 50 ; Buck. 2 12 a 2.25
10 a ?.12 i Peach Brandy, 1.00 a 110
00 a OO J : N. C Apple. !) a To
Northern, 70 a 9i)
- 5.60 a 5 75 i
5.35 5 50
5.10 a 5.29
4 S5 K5.00
N C. Whiskey, 60 a70
Northeru do., , o-i a 40
Loaf. " 12 1-2
' Cruslipd. 12
1.00 a 1 05 ; Porto Itico. 10 a 101-2
1 10 a 1 15 New Orlvans. S 1-4 a&
-05 a 75 TALLOU - 0 a 9 1-2
00 a 90 5 TL UPENTIVE r
1 10 a 1.15 Yellow Dip. 00 a 2 15
5 Vivgia 000 a 1.62
8 a 10 ? Si-rH)ie. J.O0 a 1.15
4a 6 ' Spirits per" gallon, 37JiJi;71-2
( WHITE LEAD
6 a 7 ( Per pound. - 9 a 10
5:i oM WINDOW GLASS
0 a 4 i Eisht hy ten. 2.00 a 2 20
13'4 a 14 Ten by twelve, 2 25 a 2.50
S.Sa 9 .' WOOL 00 a 20
Btt-b Dressed 5 a 10
Cattle on foot 0 a 0.
S I REMARKS.
Cotton. There lias been a considerable quantity
arriving tliis week, and prie.es have steadily declined,
salesjii'ro made on Wednesday at 10 ; ranging;
since Tnen down to 101 -8 and 10 cents on' Friday for
Flouii. The receipts during this week have been
large and prices have declined over 25 cents per
barrel on all grades. Sales on Monday at $5 CO for
Super., and on Tuesday and "Wednesday at $ -3U,
and ranging on Thursday down to $5 25 and some
sales are reported to have been made at lower figures,
but market closing on Friday at $o 35 a $5 40 for
Super. : . '
Spits. Turpt. There has been but little done this
week, sales on Friday at 37 cents.: ' i.
Bacon and Lai:d. Scarce anl in demand at quo
tations. Po:a;. Sales small lots from carts at 8 a 9 cents.
WILMINGTON " MARKET, December 1.
TurpenCrie Sales after yesterday's report of 500
bbls., and this mjinihg l,d34 do. at $2 Go for yellow
dip, "2 12 for virgin, and SI (Jo for hard, per 280 lbs.
Sales yesterday of (J0U bbls. Spis Turpi at 40i cts, and
100 do. (extra bbl-. at 41 ct per gallon ,- No wiles
this moruiiig 02 bbls Tar sold this morning at S2 51
per bbl. .Sales yesterday of 285 bales colton at KM
a 1(H cents per lb. for strict and good middling. A
small lot Flour s Id yesterday at $ti 25 for superfine,
and :jj6 50 i'or family :00 bijs. Irish Potatoes sold
yesterday at f I '67 h per bbl.,' One raft ordiuary qual
ity Timber, solo this morning at $9 per M. ;
NEW YORK MARKET, December 1.
At the close yetecday. -Cotton
closed dull and market heavy ; Middling
Uplands 11 cts. Flour buoyant and prices unchaged.
Wheat buoyant. Corn advancing ; new advanced 1 a
2 cents- .Spts Turpi dull at 45'cents per gallon. Ros
in dul at $1 50. Kice firm and prices steady.-
15-00 55 SI!
fllare just Received my Winter Stock of
GOO 1) -? iri nxy line. Thoy were selected in the
Northern Cities by myself, with great care, and bought on the
most reasonable terms, by whirlt I am enabled to otfer the largest
stack I ever before olfered to the public, and to offer them
AT GltEATLY REDUCED PU1CES.
MAISOXS.f IS- PRUNES. APPLES. LEMONS. ORANGES,
CHERRIES. CfURANTS. PIE FRUITS. STUFF DATES, fco
PICKLES, JELLIES AND PRESERVES,
- A liRtAT V4UIETV" :
PE11FUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS;
Fancy Soaps and Pomades ;
FI DD LES. DRUMS. KIKES. FLUTES. BANJOS. GUITARS. &c
Walking Canes of every kind ;
BASKET A XD WILLOW WARE;
Hobby Horses. &e : '
FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SARDINES
MNE CIO MIS; SMOKING A N D CHEWING TOBACCO ;
CRACKERS; KINE POCKET KNIVES: A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OK l'OKT-M ON A I ES. SOME
-VERY NICE: FANCY ENVELOPES. AND
FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE
NOTIONS; AN ASSORTMENT OF
INDIA RUB B ER GOO OS. WHIPS.
COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. '
COCO AND OTHER NUTS.
CABS, RUBBER ROUND COMBS, .-
WATCH ;UAUI)S MOHAIR, SII.K r
AM) LEATHER, fANCY BOXES, TISTOLS,
POWUK.lt FLASKS. SHOT BELTS, BRANDT
peaches in yalloi or 1-2 qui. jars,
MACE, C'.OVES, CINNAMON, LARUE
LOT OF FIRE-WORKS, AC, AC, AC.
spiced and nokfulk oystkrs, constantly on hand.
Country lo:ler5 and the public are respectfully
invited to call ami examine ray Stock, as it is imposs -ble
to enumerate but a few of the leading articles.
I have a great many handsome things which cannot
fail to please. ...
7prS 30 bushels up-country Apples, for pale at 90
cents per bushel. - J. R. LEH.
!Vo. 40, Hotel Building.
Dec 3,1859. w-3ni. d-tf.
STATE OFNO:;TIl CAROLINA
ROB SOX COUNTY."
. Nov. 29th, 1859.
PERSONALLY appear lie fore- Angus l. Brown, an
acting Justice of. the Peace for llobcson county.
Neill IJaker, who having been duly sworn oil the Iloly
Evangeliist of Almighty God. Says that en March
Court, at Lumber ton, on the present year, he lost or
MiBlald the following notes rcd-iutsifand accounts viz :
One note 011 Harris I.egget, for ."40 or thereabouts,
date not recollected : one note on . Angus McQuaig
fVr $7,; one do. on E. J. Meikeus for seventy-five
dollars, iu favor of James Hraley, and several other
notes, not now recollected. Also a receipt on Ilarllee
and McDuffie. of Mirion,S. C. lor .$.47 dated in the
year is.V, together with other papers not at present
reficilltuijw! - -- -' ..... t-.i.. .
Sworn to and subscribed before me the 29th Nov.
1858. " ' ' '
A. D. TJRO J.P.
'. NEILL UAKElt.
Dec. 2, w-3t-dl-t : .r
Bacon, Corn and. Hay
1 n II H DS. well smoked JSACON. -
IU lo Sacks CORN.
7a Dales Eastern II AY.
Just received. -
E. F.- MOOI?E.
Er eslr Arrivals .
Firkins GOSllEN JiUTTEIi. ,
O 75 Bbls. White WHISKEY.;
50 Boxes Manf. TOBACCO.
25 Tons PERUVIAN GU ANQ; No v 1 .
Just received by . "" . '.. "C .
- - -. ' EF. MOORE.
Bonnets I Bonnets I I
AFINE ASSO RT.M ENT OF BONNETS, trimmed or
untrimmed, always on hand and sold low at
Sept. 26. d w t-f; A. JOHNSON JR'S-
aUHJESS IP So Con-
sistingf of -.
SCOTCH PLAIDS, &c.
All of which "are to he had very low at No. 3J,
nav St. J. K. KYLE.
No 3, d-tf . -
RECEIVED THIS MO UN ING
BY STR- FLORA. "
A HANDSOME lot of Carpctmgs Rugs &c.
at A. JOHNSON JRr
Sept. 15, 1859. d-tf - ... -
Georgia: State X-ottery,
1 - - - l-g, .'.V .-! it tier 4
.. , For tJit benefit of the (. , ,
Union Academy , s
nv T i tvt? -ttvtV ifSEORGIA. "
Authorized by Special' Act of Legislature,
MORE THAN ONE PKIZE TO EVERY
Mc:IXXEV-& CO., Managers.
TICKETS ON-L"" $10 ,
HALVES, ITAHTEllS, AND EIGHTHS
IN" t KOPOKTION.
TO 1JE DRAWN -EACH
SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1S59.
City of Savannah, G-a.
48,. to be Drawn Dec. 3, 1So9.
49, to ije Drawn Dec. 10, 1859.
50, to B k Dkawn Dec. 17, 1859.
51, to be Drawn Dec. 24, 1859.
54' so be Drawn Lec. 31. 1S59.
1 Piizu of $60,000 is
5 FrizrF cf $1,000 are 5
IU ' . alio are 3.000
1 4O0 are S00
300 are tiOO.
2 00 are 400
50 150 are 7.500.
100 " leo are 10.000.
100 115 aie 9.500.
100 " S5 are b.500
A PPR OX IMA TIOX P RIZKS.
00.000 prize are , $8.00
20 000 prizoare COO
10.000 priae pre ' 600
5.000 prize aie 400
4 000 prize pre 040
3 000 plize are 480
2.000 piize are 400
1.500 pi-ize are 320
100 prize are - 8.0U0
. . - . - 200.000
4Prizes ' of 125 approximating to
4 Prizes of loO approximating iu
8 Prizes of SO approximating to ,
8 Prices of 00 approximating to
8 Prey."? of 50 approximating to
8 Piizes of 40 appponioiati li
400 Pi i-,e3 of 20 appioxi mating t -25.000
Priaesof S&.e . . .
XJ-j,esi2S Prizes aiuountius to - ----- - tJG.O'lO
Certificates of I'cLagt s w ill be Fold at ihe fol
lowing rates, which is the risk :-
Certificates of Packages oi 10 Whole Tickets - &0'0
-" 10 Half- 30
" . Ki Quarter " ' 13
" - IU Etghtl4 . - 7 5(1
IM ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES.
Enclose the mncy to our - address for the tickets
ordored.on receipt of which they will be forwarded
by List mail. Purchasers can lutye tickets euding iu
any figure they may design cite. ' .
Tht; list of drawn numbers and prizes will be sent
to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
NOTICE TO COiiP'St'O-VDENTS.
Those who prefer ao" sending inopey by mail, can use
The Evpiei: Coiupyi ic?.
whereby money for Tickets, in sums of Ten Dollars and upwards
can be sent us
AT OL'R RISK AND, EXPENSE;
iVoui any cHy or town whevo there is an Express Offie. The
laouey and older must he eBclowU in -. ,
Coveroiuent Post Cflice Stamped Envelope,
or the Express Companies cannot receive them.
All communications strictly csnfidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
, JiicKLNNEY & CO.,-
Savannah, ( ia.
Dr. Bronson. havinboeu so far reduced by confnmption. as to
b' considered bvyond all hope of recovery by the most eminent
of tliu niudical profession, aad also by himself a regular pliysi
fian of twenty years practice. as a last resort, conceived the
idea of ANALYZING THE BLOOD, and applying the subject
of physiology to the more immediate connection, and effect ot the
state of the blood upon the health and system. The rusalt has
been the production of this '-BLOOD FOOD," from the use of
wliich Dr. Bronson was resto.-ed to perfect health. Within six
months after its introduction, over two thousand consumptives
were effectt-allv cured by it. If vou have any complaints of a
consumptive tendency. Cough, (.'old. llead-aehe. Palpitation of
the Heart Loss of of appetite, or pain in tlie side, lope no nine in
procuring a bottle .f the -BLOOD KOOD.:' If yon aresufferhif?
from Nervous Debility, or your uleep is broken and disturbed, if
your Spirits are Depressed or your Orgi-ns relaxed, pou will find
in shis an unfailing remedy, by commencing with ten drops. If
your Liver is torpid or diseased in any manner whatever one or
two hottles will besure to invigorate, and bring it intu lively and
hcalihfnl action. In the mot inveterate cases of Dyspepsia, the
patient can here find the most efficient and grateful relief. A
benetit is always experieu.-.cd utter taking only one bottle. In
.Male or Female complaints and Wt ikuess the sufferer, after
trying other remedies iu rain, may rest assnied. that a certain
cure will result from the use of two or three bottles. Th
-BLOOD FOOL)7', is effectual in ail cases ol Kruptious.Salt
Rheum Scrofulas and other like coi.-.':iiuts. Pale and emaciated
children and ailu!t. nre immediately benefitted by ils use; it gives
strength" to the body and color and beauty to the skin. I hysi
cians of all schools are using it with wonderfu" success.
For full directions, see circulars. Price fl per battle.
amoqjul s)u.ij u, 11014,1 -p.iMonoj Xuoi-ils .iq isntq 'an
-joq h-ibj puuoau p.dda.v. sin:i) ucp nij s.-iu n ii( sj.imoiu
1 ol .iqnii,il isom qj S8 Jpisqi spuouiuio. 1 uosimj niui;s oil!
auj : r'uisi ji..pu ii,ii(i si osurfdxo -no dsoqv .is.iqi u:o su siu.uu
-rfsiIJ.iApe Suo( qons jaoiji! niimi:.) i:iii -puij oqi jo suuii
-ujud.Md J.nijo m!ii hjoiu i.iniu os qsoo 11 .Cusb ji HuijujojiI
ui oiuij ou asuo) ot noX puouiiuoo.u Ansjuaeo . --)ij-o suoispiA
-uoo jo u ui Jipouisuds-iju pia iiioii u liui.iq pun : ojii,ii(
-aoo looja.id qii no pan-'" ;l u1:' 15 -sJse..Jip jo Sni.Cji pun ii:)Kj
isom aqi -dlOilO "iH' a-,ns t il P"H 1 u! Mu.'i
10A 'p-Mienb.iun si?! si-iai. 1 .q: iiuiiiimli..i aoj uii:d Su;a.)1.i4
pat siunS Jq-J iuiuj'uos joj -osin : ai? "3nOD AHH.I..V3SA (I
ipoij : osiHxaai oTia x:ux v sxtviditoaTV tio.
-non-l"dajd joqjo iiaxn xoxo irwra J-iiqo s si q.i-.qji s-.isea iiiii
-MOoj UK ui J!ISJ Pu0 JnJ oibijcO b sj puts -juHjai on:npp
som-aqi sanfuj louuea pu Rs.iuauq A'jiJ.yj.id si .Ciq uu.
spuq' no siq X i uq jo Xucm -uo,vj aaJu uoijjsj.p .iqi
j.,pmi Kisjjoj'aqi iiiojjiiup ani.iq p.inisip si qiiq.n inojj sjooj
A'.i.)A qi i jvoqs him. siuiephnoj .qijuKiiij joj jpiiiJH J."no i"ui!
mj. 51 jo uosiJauio an asvo ib.jji qiiju uu uu si ai -iP-'!q.L
-K.Mliliqisu.is si Suinrtpoop jo pe.isut pnqj jnoi jo Sfujj.ijjus
qj iiuiAOinoj s.a.-!1-vi jCna.nIiasuoo pue -pui!(Xuijo ohi.Iii
jo aiaoii.Jd ui'.ij 3.14J Xij;u. si i iim."S - ui.qj aoj rtqij.M
..ijd'oj s)uiBduioj ajiiunjui ni .ijuji.i.Iu qjuiu iuhjj uuipiub
IH-HS! oq-A "uuiJiSitqd'aiqni'.Va jo uoii"-Kd-'..il J11 "! II A-'-'iA
n.iX p ij.ij i .idil a.iq suq jbu1 jo rfsaiia
juqj mnaj-ioa X.irf.va joao Aijaoia.xluH sii dims on iis.tp ja t v'IO
HO.) ailiMV JKl S .NOiVjI JUa U'. "" gui-ta-wd Q
; Soid by :HL"B.CH & DfPON'T.
No. "Jo Maiden Lnne. New Vork.
And by all jfespectable Druggist throughout the e.iintry.
A LARGE LOT OF
NEGRO SHOriS AND
K e rs e y s , a 1 s o
jFactor& JPrices :
PEMBEltTON & SLOAN.
Kov 1, 1359. . . ' , d &; w iJt Jaa. I, V " '
i TyRibffons ! v
Ribbons ! ! Ribbons 1 1
BONNET KIKBONS, unusually low at No- 34,
Hay Street. Also a good assortment of
BONN E T S, -
which will be offered very low.
J. K. KYLE-
' - -. CLOTHING. STORE.
- NOKT EAST JAM MAttKBV QUAUE.
?2, 'i--''-"- 'MHO4),. 14, ". ..
Nxt1oor to the. Carolinifi Oliice
ISTUB'fLACB to buy all grades and on alities af
i. READY-MADE VLOTHWO,
lioots and Shoes, Hats, and Umbrella, Youths and
BoysClothms,'GreiiMemeu Shawls, and Over Coats
and everything usually kept in a Clothiug store Alt
those who desire to purchase Over Coals, would do
well to examine curt., as we have all kinds, aud will
sell them low. We also have fine and common Cas
simer Suits, all of which we will sell cheap. Gentle
men those of you whe may favor us with jour patrou
agc may rely on getting goods at the very low est
prices, as we are determined to sell our goods at as
low figures as any other person or persons can selU
Call and examine our STOCK for yourselves
Nov. 25, w-tf
WrHITEZlNC; m AXNEUS' OIL
' Ei. seed Oil i , 1 Sperm Oil ;
Lard Oil ; Xeatsbot Oil ;
Whale Oil ; Kerosene Oil ;
.For Bale by S. J. HINSDALE.
V VERY beautiful assortment ot' English and
French HA Hi AND TOOTH BRUSHES aud
BUFFALO HO UN OOMHS.
Lubin's Extract, Geinuiu Fomadaes, aud Hair
liy S. J. HINSDALE.
Dr. Frank Wi Hani's llyc IVhisJiey.
K MITCHELL has made arrangements w ith I)r
Frank Williams, to be constantly supplied with
his celebrated RYE WHISKEY, which can he had at
his Store at all times, ly wholesale or retail.
Oct. Hi. l!s8. tf
HEREBY forewarn all persons from trading for
I N-fi oriven liv me. tn one li.TI ITnlxrn.ui
lf' )9, face of said one Hundred dollars, and made pay
able Jan- 1st., 18f. The no c wa obtained from me
Im- m i irtmrn t.n t inn ft si ml i r i r c-itl.,..i nn it
eration . .- - T. C. I5UNDY
Gibson Store, - C.
Nov. 18, w-2t
A S a wash for the complexion it has no equal
fL' it is distinguished for its soothing ar d purifv
ing clfect, allaying all tendency to infiamation. l
is also a pow erful cleanser of the" skin, removing tan-freckle-s
piiaplcs, and all discolorations. These,
with its refreshing and invigorating properties, ren
der it an indispensable requisite for the toilet of ev
For sale bv JAS. X. SMITH.
Oct- 10, 1809. w-tf
BUUN Ii IT'S KALLISTON.
f r IIIE Benzine removes all kinds of flrease Spots
t I v. C..r c:il. l:i.i KI..L e. - e. . ii '
-- liuin onft. iiiuuijii, viuin, en.:, ccc. Vyieans
(! loves in a few moments .without affecting the color,
and for cleaning all kinds of wool or silk Goods is
For sale by JAS. N. SMITH.
Oct. 10. w-tf.
DRUGS & MKDIt'lNE.
Sn mnnl -T TTincrl'ilo
Is now receiviim his Fall supply of
DRUGS MEDICLN'E, CIIEMIOALS,
Paints, Oils, Dye-SI nflfr.
CLASS, PER Fl JIKH V, PA'I'EUT MEDlCItS, Jtc, &c.
To which ho invites the attention of Phy
sicians and County Merchants.
Particular attention given to jo-
SAMUEL J. HINSDALE.
fllllE next Academic year ot this Institution, will
J. commence Feb. 1st. ISM). The statf of instiuc
ionj comprises six Officers. The discipline and course
of steady are .sim 1 ir to those of the So. Carolina uu
Virginia State Military Academics.
For a circular, Address the Snp'r.
Col. C. C. TEW.
Nov. 22 i w-4t
In addition to their former Stock, have just ree'd
OM i i SACKS SALT,
yjJ 5u bbls Mullets, in oak aud pine barrel.-,
lb Barrels Dry Salted Herring,
15 Half Bbls. do. do.
10 firkins Goshen butter,
10 hhds new crop Molassen'
English Dairy and New York State Cheese
l'EM 15 hRTON & SLOAN.
Nsv 1, 185C. d-4-w-ia-t-Jan
1 1 AS liECElVEU HIS FALL STOCK OK
Watehos, Jewelry, Silver Ware and Mili
rnO which he invites the attention of his
:i customers anil the public, and as
sun s them he vill sell anything in his
line h elo-iii) as: v n be pui-cti-ased either
North or South.
:Kj&" Particular attention paid to the repairing of
Watches aud Jewelry.
Sept 8, 1S5SJ. v .'J-m
BOXKS WIM-MJW GLASS, lor sale liy
S. J. HINSDALE.
Knives and Forks.
4 Good Assortment of GOOD QUALITIES always
2 11 on band at the
June 4. d-tf
W. N. TILLIXGHAST.
32 O X I : V WANTED.
rI',IIE suhscrilfr having sufTered a heavy loss hy
I. the fire of last nij;ht, eartif.stly reiiest nil pcr
so.is in lebt'.'il to him to in ike immediate payment.
Oct. 6, 1H"!. djcwtf M. MeKINNON.
Bonnets ! Sonnets ! ! Bonnets ! ! I
OF ANY MATERIAL or Style, made at nhort
A. JOHNSON, JR'S.
Sept. 2G. d i w-tf
Millinery and Mantua Making.
HAVING ENGAGED the services ot Mr. Teller,
of Neve Vork. an experiancod Milliner and
Dress-Maker; Who will be assisted by the best help
to be procured in the place. I have fitted up rooms,
over my Store where i fchall carry on the above busi
ness. All who require anything in this line, will
do well to call and examine, for themselves.
A. JOHNSON JR.
Sept. 26, 12."0. d a w t-f
Gold and Silver Watches.
CLOCKS, & JEWELRY.
Silver and Plated Ware, Fine Cutlery.
MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS.
I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &o.
''fctpF" TST received in the above lre,
gfeS C large and handsome assortment, to
I Uf i 1 ether with numerous other articles,
iurchaeris are invited to eall and examine at No.. U
Hay Street. . , A PRIOR.
5-REPAlHINGof W"ateliC3, Clocks, and Jobbing
strictly attended to.
Au. 2U. d fc w tf
LIGHT colored Kerosene Oil
For sale by --