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BY JOI1IV L. PEPfNINGTCN.
THURSDAY MORNING,. OCTOBER 28, 1658.
EDITORIAL COIIRESPONOGNCK. ,i
Salisbury, Tuesday Night, Oct. 26, 1858. "
;Dear SuJs : I arrived here last night, and in
tended .to proceed east this morning;"" but owing'
to the indisposition of a part pi my household,
was unable to do so. . '" :"' . "r
'To-day, notwithstanding moat of my. time has
been occupied in nursing the sick, I have niin
,. 'sled some itte with, the . citizens -have, had the
Jlei&ure of. nieenmiiybld .fnendsi; and,' I
trust; have maae some s new .onesv-4,1 psed -
half hour this forenoon .in the ;pompan-; f the
! Governor electf Saiisburydistiiis
WEllis. He is in fine health and spirits, and
4 seems to he in gootfcwidition 'to assume the rW
sponsibilities of theistinguished post to which
h hiijpen called "by the vpeHofhis fellow
'wsns'the State.-I hopQVwilJ not
the conductor of an ind'ependerit
oppositio1fiseemed likely to effect anything ; not
that I disliked the man or the principles which he
has ever soconsistently advocated but-ljecauseVl.
; desiied then and do. now,4o see promoted, piie;
whom I would rather see honored than any mn,
in he State! The majority were against me, I
yielded willingly and cheerfully, and in August
cast my vot f or. Judge Ellis Avjth as much pride
as ever I gave n( in my . life. ' And I now'ven-
tnre the prediction that, should he lv ad
ministration asf our Chief Magistrate J
y be characterized '.by ability and impti2ly
but will reflect credit upon our beloved Common-
" ffuislfed ffenuitB: that Yfoiiitliate aLvyisjt;
tra'Ne'vn'leW-days, rikiiow that he'anji
'their return "to bur town,
I passed aniiour'last night in the spaeis-Bales-room
of. the Messrs. Myers. These gentlemen
have brought' on an unusually heavy stock of
goodshis Pall and are disposing of them-rapidly.
They are enterprising men and deserve the success
which is crowning their labors. To morrowt
should I, remain, ! have promised to make a vif
to their " -institution' 'just out of town, afe-whichj
about 3,000' gallons of the ardent are turned out
daily, andwhich, from the great popularity which
their " brand has achieved, is scattering itself
throughout the land and being daily turned in.
This evening 1 passed a few moment -.in' the
new and elegant establishment of Messrs.Browrnr
Qoffin &, Mock". These gentiemen have justrot
no'the new storvhich I suppose, isthe largest
and j best Appointed in the State. They hatf$t
veryheavj- stock afldjare doing a large business.
an iitroductioh this evening jto Mr. 'Ma1coiri',whu
nas itecenuy esiaoiisnea a marpie yaru nere. xie
is apleaSit gentleman, and I was pleased to learn
froHi .hinthat hei'sdoing a good business. 1
don't kifiow whether he is. a'Ynkee orot, "bitf
he is I wish our State had a good many more Like
him. Mt . ? 5-
I met last night, for a moment, my old ifriid
Bnmer of. tahe Watchman. lie is right side up,
and publishes an excellent paper, one which out.
business men would not injure themselves by
patroniziiig.f My friends, at home must not sup
pose that, ecause the Watchman and Progress
have a; littleprivate amusement now an5 then,
the editors are not friendly. - Shall endeavor to.
pay my respects to both Messrs. Bruner and New
son in. their sanctums before I leave.
Two points of interest, that should be visited by?
every stranger coming here are the Car ShopS xifc
ii. o, Aiaricn, iisq., ana ine esasji ana miiui.Jsa.G-
' toiyjof Messrs. Murdoch
'he vsasbik .foip-ettngs yvifigr-passed-,?
to perform here on the 12th of November.1 ' It "4s a
circus without animals, and if the pious - wish tb'
patronize it tney must ao so nat-tooteafcasxney
cannot-" witness the grand and lofty jtiimblih
under pretence of a desire "e'f seeing thecjy
I might say something about 'the excitejflrient
created at Olin, in Iredell county, on Sunday 'ahd
Monday last; by the Big Show'V bills ; li6w the.
preachers took down the ' bills ; : how; Post
Master's brother ranted because bills were put-up
at the Iosi Office ;door ; : how he took ihern dowii j
how his' f.big",brother,whobeliev3" irij;he hoi'se
opera. itiiit them up at another place . ho w' teach
' ers and deacons examined the Statutes . to ; aifeer;
tain whethlr Circus ..Companins hud arigt&i&
travel ,- how the matter was discussed at the Jjamp
meeting, jusf out pti town,n punaay nowa
leaxne divine preacli
: "Jpfchis tqxtahd
here to reniarK tnat, ' my course aifnar p.1 J'txw..r;i:', fr v. . .
Anril is well Known; l mere opposed 1BF4'!iJ,,,??J, r.0 F"i?""
t Jguage, uiiiiis, as .long asjiucn t V-tf-l'.V - -
the neiteiciteriient; in:;thininiate 4ocay
; win b YankeeRofors
;V . vis" long lenbugh ; ';:fas!r
y -mother say tiifin
A PRlkTER's ; Token. We Jeara from the
Charleston Courier, that the printers engaged at
theToffice of Walker, Evans & Co.V haveprepared
a Silver Goblet to be presented by their fbremanj
to Capt Westerlund,; of the schoonef -Charles rTw
Smyth, and his "better half," as slight token of
gratef ill , appro val f01
nursing care' which 'ks bestowed on the late Wi
W. Smith during; his last illnesVby Capt.Hyest
erlund ;and femiiyThe Goblet bears theiBscip
tion: i was sick and ye; visited me."' TheTde
ceased, lived far ; many years in Kaleighi 1ST. C,
whexfthe waft well inowja and universally es-v
ffT0M'wotov-e ? Pay ette
yille. ;Qberv.e ins contains the cor-
respondehcebei of-the Fayette-
ville IndjpejBdeniv company and
Brigadi-eieera bri the occa
sion. jpihater coinnlami of
tairipanfeitfhich . he had long served, as"
pnvai'r.non-comniissioned officer, officer and
com mander .v7f he,rs word was procured from 'the
housel?f;vSW ail Graham, New
York! anolnnnfactuiied by Ames & Co. ,
Chicopeef Mass;J &ndi scabbard bore the fol
lowing inscription : " Presented to Brigadier Gen
eral . Walfer . Draiighon by the members of the
EayetteiHlM Light Infantry, Octo:
A cross hilt,' with silver
tidnalTemteni perTfgtid a goldv chain lower
guard a gold plate,- with a silver escutcheon-the
'icat of arms 'of; the U. S. ; the scabbard ornament-
led ;Witihin:fth: highest artistic . prtler f the
biadCbeautifujly the insignia of the
STRitWSIlJCai THE WlOT; BLOWS.
rfpund bn readers,
but wevwere ,., stacJg .. witu one signincanx iaci:
fThose,nierchnts.-Who advertise seemed to. be
busy watting; on, their customers, and disposing
otneirgobdsJ' hile" those who do' not, were
lounging axpuiidgaping and yawning, they and
their clerks; gazing wisttuiiy at every passer joy,
ana lOOKlIlgaS ,..UV4hI iui a mo fcu
break out to change the monotomy. Cardsstuck
in:8noiMo ' .n't" win " now a days, and
our go aliead citizejis have no time to read writ
1 ten- notics taeked on trees or pasted on dead
best business anr natnes:and
point outplaces in if so disposed.
but then iti nught-not oe consiaered our business.-
Neither is it ; some merf will
" Know the;,right, and yei t!e wrong pursue.'
Superior Court. Our Superior Court is still
inessionThe-attentipn of that body was
principaily'ocjcupiedr yesterday, in the investiga
tion pf the claims, of a colored man by the name
of Wni. Brookfield,. who ,kad sued or freedom
very "ableXemitisej. was engaged on both sides
who' entered into the .discussion with a great deal
of eaniestels and determination
returned vefdict accordingly, giying him his free
3bm and foiirliundred aollars for his services for
four ylearsuBt passed, whidtf is to be paid by the
Thi.rase reported in our last isue as not being
decided when" we went to press, nirht before last,
hung the jury: all night and untirafter 10 o'clock
jaterdty, morning.'and was finally rendered in
fay or Of v thtf-Ilefenaail.ia, uR n ' w tih-lywc mMr-
stand hiTIbnorgav-the jury a very sharp rebuke
1: QulCTToWN.---It is the' lot of those employed
on morningTiapers to De on tne street, very otten
at lattf lipurs-'of . the night, and from what we have
seen or heru;d-1ofJ after a residence of three months
we areof-6pihion that Newbern is a very quiet
and orderly .town. We, have no rowdies to dis
' trb". the ;resf:of quietly'disposed persons or make
-night hidebtwijas they have some, places that
we readrbfJ,t After reasonable" bed time, say 10
o,eioefc.eatMy;--silehce prevails whicli is rarely
jnterruptedtlt early. davn. True, we occasional
ly meef prvitha vlrnnken man ; but even this is
a'tare becurrance; and when we do meet with
sn'ich.rs.tjieyre. genely foreigners, unac
quatnted with the laws of this country or town.
LuMBKR.- Those who take ad interest in the
.manufaVturitg interests ofwir town, and are fond
bfe'e i rf g jgbod feaehineryVrun t to ad vantage, can
haVef their Vdsires largely gratified by calling
glue, . t r-:: twd tir
cSciaifS '.; tabt;;.C(on;lan
iples-of 'lumber we see about his
tthihk he could supply any given
;e shortest notice. v '
; WScHEDtJLEi-The night train "On
and Gaston Railroad, which during
rbeen; leaving Veldon at 3 A. M.,
:nb3ation of persons ' attending the
.ast week bo discontinued altogether,
: by f Aanis . &. Co.'s Express which
ieljarried on the night line, will
. rei to .the day ; train, and will reach
' ? :;this:gwiil bo ; nluch more: conve
;:R:$ARRESTEQ;-4-The t man Sterling,
rvid. A.Mr8. Cotton,' in ! Wayne oounty,
' agoyl has been .arrissted, and is now
- i w
ifuiyjass piy waowero commiiieapn
wa s t a I: e tf on .S at-
adayleveoihiw avowed their puc-
poseof rsscuing BelL' An express was sent to
Ibuis ville to place the citizens on their , guard.
GoVf Williard has promised a requisition on the
Goy ehrOif;-of ;Kentaclcy,lfor the men who captured
Beii. f A; meeting has been called here to denounce
"frsi Fromithe-Petersburg Express.;''..'"".;. ,?
lRiCwhf0Jnste Schadd; apromiv
neht. Germatf, citizen, and a man named Richter,
also a German,. were badly stabbed to-night by
Augustuses;: -Lipscom b. The difficulty occurred
at Schadd's; well known : fiager; Beer Saloon: on
Brbad treeti nearly opposite the Theatre building..
9$':, 1 '"' .; 1' : : 1 T- , -f..- --i
: ? DmbENDTbe Directors of rtne Cape Fear
Batk,v haver declared a semi-annual dividend of 4
per.iCent.'i " payable .at the principal bank and
FROM OUR -CORRESPONDENT!
Events of the WediMarTAgeslVdsHngtonians
must suoscrw, to the Progress 'Hun etc.
; . Whingtpn, Nv C. Oct. 25, 1858. . '
Dear Progress : Last week was onelof omens
and events in this portion of the couintry.' Ihiring
the week our! merchants seemed tojhave'alively
trade. On Friday we had a gqpd raih hich settled
the dust and give a better tone ande4no thj?
atmosphere and on Saturday Williafe MRoS'man,
Esq., reached his home with aybufebeau
tiful bride, a Miss Croome who hdtinl'h.We
State of Alabama a shojjt time sinb&Th'ey , have
Deen r enjoying a bndaltn-Aitif.;Tashionble
watering places ;and .in .theH'';
other side of Mason's and Dixon's.fin0, On thl'
same day Mr ainuel B Watersrlte$P5rnedhpme
gray ladies and srentlpniAfi ili-c n-i
injcalling upon an3 congratulating twad
. - lid TRJl 1 I r ;. lii H
ana prooaDly tninking to thenels"tlia; their
times will be next, " perhaps! rilaV the
new married Ones always meet witbr1 their inost
sansrume expectations in thus enterinsr. unon the
waviug billows of the troubled wati
' The weather ts quite cool " anas'pteaantfoT the
ast day or twoL ' : ;S ,
Should a deleffation of our townsmen appear in
your town during this week, deal with them
n 3 tl-?-ii.l L iU'L' S'i'jj.
kindlv. and make'it known, that them is vet room 4
on your subscription -book for a few 'mbi'e sub
4f :tV .
Very truly yours, in haste,
3. m4Writteri for the Daily Progress: :
An Editor sat iu his easy chair
It matters little when or where
oumce li, now ever, in uuiui 01 uaie.. t 7.
n rr1 1 31.. - I
To say Eighteen Hundred and Fifty flight
He wa alone, and a halt-spent.taper,t 1 .i
Upon a blotted sheet ot paper Msf 4
A glbbiny cbeeHesa light was yieldipff ,f&?
1 0 the pen his weary hand was wielmiM
"Twaa niidnight, bixt nearer morning-pi
As .our Editor with desp'rate yawniiWvi
Plied his industrious well-worn quilli !
WTd the last blank column he bad yet to 111;
Near to his office a church yard lay
Where beings of other days they sayf
In-f heir native element are t rest .
(Where their souls are Heaven knows hbst)
No wonder then this Editor should feir,;
A visit from those graves so near, ,
And ever and anon look trembling 'riand
Startled by every passing sound, j
With more reason tob3than he had thought
The. rustling of a strange uneartnly rpisb
That o'er his threshold seeniedOo poiie '
lint tor -an instant and then 1
Jle'dared not look around again ; J
For even then, a voice as from thegrayk
Its sulphiSriScented "utterance gave ; '
And thus in accents vvlld and strange) K:.
Addressed him, whilst a sudden change "
Came o'er the tide of his reflections
And sent them scattering in all direpoa$ v
For the man of other years yas thee
Robed in white behind his chair. ' . -A
snow white beard fell from hi chiia
unearthly shadows to and fro, j ---.i'
Quickly seemed ;toixme and go; i- '.'.'t' - - '
And thus this spirit' of the other world Pi -To
the trembling editor his. speech unfitrl'd :
" My Brother spirits from thWrfealms beow
Whose bodies died a century ago .,
Have sent nie their ambassador at large -Com
missioned with a special charge '
Thou ! man of earth ! attend thine ear,
And when Tve finished I will "hear -i
..Thy answer, nor shall thou be mum V
Else thou woulJst die like Absalom. I.
What means this, noise, this ceaseless din 4
Of trowels aid hammers that begin ;
With the grey dawtf their .clattering '
Ringing, banging and battering ?
Disturbing the spirits of the dead t bat sleep
In (Ar cold graves so dark and deep?
Wjit mean these towering stucco'd fronts,
Afid lofty edifices where once 1
Inlays of yore, undaunted stood '
l'lain humble cottages of wood 7 'Jv '
What means this whistling, roaringlluipobli
Cncessant to and fro and tumblibfrife4T
.Of boxes and banvls and the . hum.lv:f ,f:
And bustle of strange sounds that q fee
That every dayiethitifea -iI3r
O'er the dark blue;wateir'-.:jj.r-f--Trent
Pealing like thunder far and- wiijij! '
Reckless of tempest wind at tidej r
Like movingivillages JB a'rowFill.
Floating on a freshet down t.he.0nl'
Packed tull ot. ' stuff" frototliprd knows
Destined for a city that, I hearf:g?'
On" a deen and snao.ions harKi rtisift d--
The broad blue, ocean begins to1 r'ear :i
Herttowering edifices bf stwaeanbcfev
While ships are coming ib ihick
Bearing off the. v'';,&4f'f-'
1 There's no chance for njano V
1 Ho 'dTtnlrA'1 'This msrn nf vsnrt'iinl Vikn'nJ -
All Vas hushed and 8tiUaga5lii;"
But over the editor's trembfinRi,3;: y
A frightful chilly;huddering ifeaiiier ' V
In vain to answer .he, assayed,?;
Pear his every utterance
With fright grown 'de
One look behind him,
There stood the monster gravey . ugress i
Front face with the editor of the 1 bfi-ress
Progress Progress Jthhri kedlind fell-'
vuoiu iiie vgreaB iuwij; uasi ans JFeij; wjjii,
Then vAnislied thr0nrhtheiSri'1'' " MSfW1' '
And left the editor in a btitE 3
Dp Prepress I have-b
y. t to i""" 1 i. ttn
And Just as soon a
"Tcfrbeliow, out, enougbxpno
Unttkd States FmANcnESh
the United , States Treasury 'in. t
ber, was as follows : -y
EeceiptSiii. I' ','.:ri;
. JJratts issued .
''. Balance.. , .. . -Reduction
1 ... - A.
. . . - :&Xj. .
The slisrht receipts and rat
that the remaining $10,000,1
The statement covers 11 days fxc
' Emigration. The numberc
rived, at New York for the weil;
13th was 1.639, makinsr total c
Jr.. be needed.
f X -M A. 1 V
commencement of the year 4
with his handsome bndea'MiB ellKwfi
Th Bruisers Both Still Amve l-Some of
the New York papersdevote almosfe as mfih
spabe to the particulars of the, brutal fight be
tween Morrissey and Heenan, as ihey did Jo'the
celebration in honor of the defunct. Atlantic tele
graph.' The process of training, the birth, parent
age, appearance, and all the particulars of the
" mill " are given in proper detail. ' The corres
pondent of the Tribune gives the following par
ticulars of what took place after, the conclusion of
the figlit: ; --y.V: - . .. i
The ring was instantly filled with Motrissey's
friends who surrounded himr yelling and scream
ing their congratulations in his ears. He was too
fa, ir-ow -4a tirflfllr, -,lii4 ln .mnrin an attpmnt. trf f
snylepvnichr was a mpa8tly;tmn'to.eJ: If
eye nearly .closed ; hia mouth cut, aridl lips wol- 7?
jfTpgave- 1 lea bps, from the severe pne:
ntL" he received; scarcely shovved amatfci.lli
exhaustation was entirely; due to ;hisjeing out ef
condition and to his own tremendous exertions,
and not to any punishment hi received from his
adversary;? - : f- v - - - : :
- There-was ;the utmost enthusiasm among the
Morrissepeple after the fight, and the friends
of the other man, so far from being disheartened
at the result, are better satisfied with him than
ever, he having proved so satisfactorily his pluk
and ability, and profess, themselves willing tefbet
more money than eve&on him. "
Heenan and Morrissey were placed side by sideJ
u lug saiuB wagon aixer inemgnryt ana prawn ror,-
a n)iie or so, wnen they were gain taken ou board
the steamboats, and proceeded to Buffalo." The
pie on ineir arrival, although theyaid uot.arrive
1 . 1 . 1 - . -1 . . . - . .
at the wharf till 2J A.M. Moniitsfitbpat-api
jv,ircu me uucn. uuiig rocKecs, ana?tne party
cheering enthusiastically. ,: : . '
Heenap immediately proceeded to the Bloomer
House, where he" wa$hd his face, and then took
supper with some friends. '; His face shows no
marks save a very slight discoloration under one
eye, and his lips are slightly swollen from a blow
which cpt his lips against his teef h'His left
hand is bound up, the two kuckles beinsr broken.
leciiauf iroes- tord
on a pleasure if in to .NiagaFans.xwidcimtVv
At present tne ieeung- 01. an. wu wnnesseu m
van 1 o biiati uxviiioouj 7 fv iiiuing n n ouivi uu
to his undoubted pluck and astonishing power of
enauniiff severTiunisiinient, anu uoi 111 me least
-t . . " 1 r 3 a j 1 1 A
degree to any science displayed" byliim. "All the
fighting was done by Heenan, who received not
one blow to Morrissey's twenty, and had he been
in a -proper condition to light the result might
have been very different. Within eiarht hours
tUfterthe battle Heenan offered $00(r''fo'$3u0
the point to be decided in the ring within three
months, but he found no takers. -
M'LLK Piucolomisi. This hew prima dorina
made her tirf t appearance before erf American, au
dience at the Acadamy of Music, NewVork, on
Wednesday night. The papers highly praise her.
The Tribune says:
In person she is rather under the middle height.
In carriage .she is graceful and high bred. Her
face boasts a pair of dark eyes oi" exceeding vital
ity and expression, well-turne features, and re
markable powers of mobilityvJger nature evident
ly is quick, ardent and ' Enthusiastic. Her voice
io warmly toned, and, in the lachrymose portions
of the opera, which abound, is iull'of the loveU-.
i-nesw.rf 4rnsac sorrow . In wlityit iiioit:bJii5;
Highest rwi Dut.tne electricity oi-uie axtiiinenos
it at the climax of intensity an expression .which
is apart and truly admirable. J.n the three : acts
wnicn we Ilfaiu ineic is uu uuiiu uiusiU) ov run
not iudffe of her ability to execute it. In decla-
matory ana SUStaineu singing paatsagea, xio r.-
cellent. Her phrasing leaves nothing to be desired.
Her enunciation is perfect. With a tfue air ot
high Italian nature, she is-prodigal of facial, ex
pression, answering to thev sentiment or the mo
ment. As an actress, sne is cnarming. xier piay
of the arms is particularly good. The last scene of
the broken hearted, dj'ing consumptive was nest
atthe close. The tremulous agony ot joy at the
meesting ot her lover was exquisitely iaiiniuiio
nafiire. The impression left on us was not that
of a errand, but a beautiful artist finished and
fascinating. The applause ot the audience was
heartiest at tne ena, wnen m ne r-iccoioinini re
ceived the honor of a triple call before the curr
Methodist, Bishops. We regret to learn from
the Pittsburglvocate that Bishop Simpson's
health has not improved, and that present indica
tions do not nromise an earlV recovery. He has
been greatly reduced, in flesh ana strengtn witmn
LUC UUt UUIU
H aTfd much Gloved Bishon 'Soufei? l&.vMetao
vMorTissevwas not to be seen, andjwas -ob
v,,.,4tktt(tal niifeh SOuth inervblel
health, his condition being considered? quite pre-
or5nl.-' Wo Wnm tnrv mntOl debilitated
even to reply to correspondents, and
public statement to that effect
A western editorfrecently defeated as a candi
date for Conjrreas'Says
ness to run for office. Their business is tb, work
and let others enjoy the fruits of theirJabor'.They
make the fortunes and the greatness
but are expected to find their reward in the proud
contemplation of their works.
ew Gmdi Just Kvceircd. WxM. B. CHER
RY.' would respectfully anuouiiee to tiie citizet.
of Newberu and vicinity, tnat lie has purchased of
BiXV. l . . iwiuuer, ins eunre biuuk., ouiiiih; ui v
Gooda? Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, &c, &cr. and
in addition to which has this day received pefjchr.
C. S. Watnon. - .
"25 bbla. Irish Potatoes, -Jjf'
abbls.Jity Mess Pork," SiV
. : IS.'S-pblfi. Prime Mesh Pork, : - '
; T Ift-lpibls. best Northern Apples, , .
: 500 !Mo. 1 Cabbages,
IO bbls. Onions, .. ' -
lOO boxes Lubec Herring, - -v " -. .
a. Hh1. White Beans. ""
Orders from the .country promptly filled, and paj--f
Jnlar attention paid to tne sale ofeountry produce.
r ;JuauBf inc j e-u Angiisu ec-aooi 400x8 ; xseag
IBlank Books; LegaL Docket, Bills, Pools-Cap, Let
i j tiri and jtibte paper,' by the Ream or Qnire ; Quill?,
iianaa and- Kings, tor
Ink. iixasors ; AJIacK
i ; Perieil Sharpeners ;
Parallel Rulers ; and other articles jut received by
A T . tt T t L II . . 1 J 1 - x . f - V
the," Frances Barrett " and for sale at
MRS. S. FJSTANtY'S Book Store, r
Oct 14-dlt-w3t South-side, Pollok St.,
Z: 8. COFFIN,
. SURGEON DENTIST.
Permameotly Located in the Town of .Newbern,
.1 1. f I 1 - : S i A.1
- ' " 'Jf' .J 1 i ' :'. i'j ')' u-m- i ' -j - -----
. ..... I
: tiers 111s proitsioiai bbi viucb w iue ciuzens -.
- of Newbern and surrounding country. .
Office on Sooth Front st.opposite the Gaston House
' Septl' ; ; ' ' -" ' -' '" "dftwlyy.
OTICJS Application will be made tb the Ge.n
, eral A6embly, atila next" Seion, for a charter
for a Mutual Insurance Company -at Carolina' City. .
Carolina City.- Oct 14. 1858 -. w6w V
I m V fl wot? D' vuaviiviu J iv -iviiv
;OU.le?EibTtd' tliat" bur qubtatiph's
generanyrppreBlitKe In fillmg up
small orflftrit, liigHerirates Imve to be paid.; : . v
Yellow difi 3 35 3 40 ;
r' Hard.,.2 W.9 00
4 Tar bbl 1 60 I 60
:- In ' rder-1 75 00 "
Pitehdoi.l 25 O! .50;; ;
lOlosinP -.3'00?sr 00 s ;
H Do No 2.1 5!5 50
D0 K0 3. 1 1(1
t Rniritft Tui nentine. -'
fftM r -45'-. (
a lit-'' , -
1.9 4jJjeNa(ia 0
Sweetf ;t;l;30 v 50
Irifgiv -, . t?OOsic0.
id bbl,2 T0 ; v-
PR0isroxs, n, . ,
Hoj&Joufcd, 12 t&Wl-,
Middling,..H 00 ..
, v v "&;. -jl w w
2SnoiMders,.J 9 ' 00
iKard, t.13 3f
eity Meas, '19(V. 00 Tv " v ' 5
:Pr'ime:...i.00- 0000 00 , f : f
arket .OO 00900. 2r r
Do. lilk K.l- CO - , 00 f
?i,iP aeau... oo .'or ow : , - i
Ja'rrf' j.i - ' iifciis Sc OR - .- :rK;iVfc.:.
t Wa-4 K.FJ fflriOOl. . ' '
Sweed'h refd fi'i i. , ArttCR-; 4f bu. 2& 30
iingUotf j osS;U k nt
hLiME,. bbl?l - OOi. - W L.iverpotl, " K&ck,
grounu,-! uuai iv .
do fine,:..l 50 00
j Porto Rico,. 10 11
- rouKh.-.f 8?0QL 10f0
planed, 18 W i0 00
i Loaf and
brushed,. . 13 13
C yellow, - .,11 . 12
. Granulated,. 13 00
SoAi6ii-;6 . '8-,
Shingles,, M. . ,
, XJontract;.3;00. 5 00
ComtKoo'?l 75 2 00
Staves. W M, " - ,
WO bbl. 18 00 20 00
R O hhd-15 00 16 00
' , Ash head, 8 50 12 00 "
wf M .20 00 50 00
Tallow, fi 10 12
Common, ... 12 , 15
w Medium.. -25 30
8catftli'ng,12 00:15 il0
. rough edge 8J)0 iff 00
Mo t ASsirs. aubn--Cuba
Do ' bbla,: 00 ! -' 35 1
- N Orreans; k-00U':;J 00
v WhisS3Qa)v? 00 v
N E. Rum,50? '55
Apple do,;; 65iilSO:
: Peach do:,35 ; 25J
00 s 30
Cotton goods v-:f oo,: i . .
Flaxseed bfiel. ..v .
, GroundrPeai1' bushel,. . ... : 00
- TwTeyneda,4.Ct' bbi;- , 00
. . Cotiitb -: x 00
; 50 .
5 00 0 00
i 00 45 .
, 00 60
0 00 1 12
v 00 3 8,
00 " 7
7 00? 0"00
Turpeutinb and Tarbbl- -t00
-l:ibntridTi,i-;: bbfe:: 'V30?M-Wi''
Sjpirifsurenluieu ? ; ;
- A Aft
Giound SeSibiishel; iOSfe- 00
l KewbCoti Petomi-the sale of Net; i
- 1 ; v Ai-f in a i Hv'Jv 4ww41? vr " v 1 V -
t -" ---i: . '
rj:x&g.&&s ,-?? V
a .Sti.S.. -ti.g
'''evaatTH riri '.i.h. Tit jAdCOtl'ST,
iiPiVSb4QcneaCcordinff law, that
th'MrghMnd: FbB& T&onare
otiiabitHntefliia. are. .resideuts ot
Weekly Progress, 'a
ew"bei n, and are
mor3verreimredi personally to be and appear at tlio
gewfpaper, pnntedsSir th&ibwn'ofN
OHrt9XJqHltyt4 be held in thecountv ot Carter et
At t&e bburt ouseVikt f he ; tSrtofBefiufort, on the .t
seventh -Hob day : a'fffcfce fburtli Moilday of SeptemC ,
beK'AcuI)1858, 4bd Hfieirnd 0ere topread, antwer T'
or demjU- ttf t! sMdtbin'iheanie will pe taken
'a"tIosi3,ytmM ; &" 'fi ..
Witne8-:Bapjaoiin:E.- Perry, Clerk and MS&ter in
Equitvfbrthe5 vCbuntV 6f ; ' Citeret'at Benhfc rt; In??:'-?
saiduhtyi'tiiti-Ak'iufi yfi OftaherAUjAKS. '
.Oct'TfP "v:a4r$5::7i-.;'. - w(i.?
f '&ln'':iavrtff bf En.i3.ew icss it is. 11 a':i5ctTiniaiIli a.f'-
.1 ...... .". 1 . . -n i,A! .r..w - - ..- wi ciV -1- 1 r-.v"'--.:-'-
Land-dest it ute:' t take. oil arcre of the orohans of le:
ceases parents j sn.ti .ro nuDUjter m every possiDie way -tb
the relief of the afSibted and the ivealth of the pub- ; -'t
lie at largey' lt isr jHe duty of the Directors t at euch . . ..
trmeajtohryisit perbiialfj' the infected dietnet,' and V
W proyido apd.e of relief. v'Nunteroas ;
pby sictarisy not iaf ing menibersof the Association, , . j
usually enrol tbeir namew on its books, subject to bd '
called uponto a.ttend.ite hospitals, tree of charge."" ;-""-
. -In thb absouce" of Ppi'deuuea, the "Direotois have. .'.,, 3
authorizedV.thbCoBsultinir Surtreon -to-cive advice.. L -.'..,
tjana mefJicai ai or-to' persons uffering lender c;nronio ?-
iisv .oyirutenL'cnaxacxer-..wiiig irwu auwn h;j
Of the i-uywcal powers, mal treatment, tlie effects pf
Vanoua Reports and Tracts on thenarare and treat-' ; '
ment.OfCurordc DZ&easby the. Consnlfing Surgeon j -havebeen
pu b lis h e forratuitous disyibution ancl
will be e'eiit' "f res of .charge to. the ,afSicted. - ' " ' " ' '
"Address, ftr Re'vtif ot treatment, Dr. GEOBGB
B. CALllOPXi C a suiting Surgeon, Howard- Arso "
ciation, TSptx &Jtitii lSintir Street, Pniladelphia, PaV
-:-:Js By order bf the Directors, vi' a - . &
: EZRA DV HEARTWELL, Pr.
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.Dranoaee,. in proximo.
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