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THURSDAY MINING, OCTOBER -28, 1858.
EDITORIAL CORRESPONDEMK. g.
Salisbury, Tuesday Night, Oct. 26, 1858.
Pear Suis : I arrived here last night, and in
tended .to proceed east this morning, but owing
to the indisposition of a part of my household,
was unable to do so.
To-day, notwithstanding most of my time has
been occupied in nursing the sick, I have min
gled some itte with the citizens have had the
.pleasure of meeting: many old friends, and, I
"irulj have made somefnew ones. I-Jl&jgjfef
k half hour this forenoon in the company of the
Governor electf Salisbury's distinguished son,
J. W. Ellis- He is infine health and spirits, and
seems to be in good? condition to assume the re-
sponsibilities of the xlistinguisuea post to wnicn
i has-been called by the voice ot;his teilow
;ns or tne otate. - x uujio c
place for me, as the conductor of an indepen
journal, here to remark thai, my course a
lotte last April is well known. 1 there opp
the nomination of Jjndge. -Ellis, as long as juch
- oppositioifeseenied likely to effect anything ; not
that I disliked the man or the principles which he
has ever so consistently advocated, but because. 1.
desired then and do now, to see promoted,
whom I would rather see honored than any
in he State. The majority were against me, I
yielded willingly and cheerfully, and in August
cast my vote for Judge Eilk wjth as much pride
as ever I gave one in my life. And I now ven
ture the prediction that, should he liyev his ad
ministration as our Chief Magistrate will not on
ly be characterized by ability and iilftppp
but will reflect credit upon our beloved Common-
wealth and add to the prosperity of all her eiti-
Jfeens. I was pleased to learn from the distin-
P-uim eeutlero&ii that he contemplated a visit
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to Newbern in a tew days. I Know tiiat he and
his amiable lad- will receive av warm gree&sg on
their return te our town. '
I passed an "hour last night in the spac46ns sales
room of the Messrs. Myers. These gentlemen
have brought on an nn usually heavy stock of
goods this Fall and aie disposing of them-rapidly.
They are enterprising men and deserve the success
which is crowning their labors. To morrow,
should I remain, I have promised to make a visit
to their "institution" iust out of town, at which
about 3,000 gallons of the ardent "re turned out
daily, and which, from the great popularity which
their " Drantt'' has achieved, is scattering its
throughout We land and being daily turned in.
fhis evexmig 1 passed a tew moments
citi-1 coat ofj
of led with ehas
new and elegant establishment of Messrs.'
Coffin Sr Mock; These gentlemen have jus
ino'the new storwhich I suppose, is the largest
and best appointed in the State. Pney ha'
very, heavy stock
e doing a large business.
my friend Cosuno,"
an introduction this evening to Mr. M al co in , w h o f fev otmvGk
has Recently established a marble yard here. He
is a pleasant gentleman, and I was pleased to learn
from .himy.hat he Taxiing a good business. 1
diiii't know whether he is a Yankee out, butf
he is I wish our State had a good many more iiki
I met last night, for a moment, my old
Brimer ot the W atcnuian. lie is ngnt side up
aud publishes an excellent paper, one which out
business men would nott injure themselves by
patronizing. My friends at home must not sup
pose that, because the Watchman and Progress
have a little'private amusement now an3 then,
the editors are not friendly. Shall endeavorto,
- pay my respects to both Messrs. Brunei" 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 Shop ottj
JL. S. Aldrich, Esq., and the Sash and Bjwdc
tory f Messrs. Murdoch. Darby & Co., Salisbury
has an industrial and mechanical population that
3?he' season for " camp nieetiiigs having passeo
the next excitement in this imrriediate locality
Will be Yankee Robinson's " Big Show," which is
to perform here on the l'2th of November. It is a
circus without animals, and if the pious wish to
patronize it they must do so flat-footed, as. they
cannot witness the grand and lofty tumbling
under pretence of a desire of seeing the bastes. .
I might say something about the excitement
created at Olin, in Iredell county, on Sunday arid
Monday last, by the "'Big Show" bills; how the
preachers took down the bills; how a J?ost
Master's brother ranted because bills were put up
at the Post Office door ; bow he took them dovvn ;
how his " big" brother, who believes in the horse
opera, pA them up at another place ; how teach
ers and deacons examined the Statutes to ascer
tain whether Circus Companins ftwd a right to
travel ; how the matter was discussed at thepamp
meeting, just out of town, on Sunday ; how a
learned divine preached an tnriginal sermon at
the villager on Sunday nighl, taking the circus
for his text, and how He rurabpopulation divided;
-4$flelf into a cireus and anti -circus party and split
things generally, but I won't
of a Sword. e Payette-
e Observer of the 25th insfe, contains the cor
respondence between a iommiye ofHhe Fayette
ville Independent Light Infancy company and
Brigadier General Walter Draupon, on the occa
sion of that officers retiring from the command of
thaft-company, in which he had long served, as
private, non-commissioned officer, officer and
commander! The sword was procured from the
house of Schuyler Heartly and Graham, New
York, and was manufactured by Ames & Co.,
Chicopee, Mass., andhe scabbard bore the fol
lowing inscription : " Presented to Brigadier Gen
eral Walter Draughon, by the members of the
Fayetteville -Independent Light Infantry, Octo
ber 20th, J 853. Contigit ex merito tibi honor."
The Observer thus describes it : ' Jt has a
ilt.' with asilver ' grip,' beautifully chased.
of the cross ornamented with our .na
em ; upper guard a gold chain, lower
Htete, with a silver escutcheon the
s of the U. S. ; the scabbard ornament
ing of the highest artistic oreler ; the
beautifully etched, with the insignia of the
pyouny' And adds that 'yfyhilst he was a strict
disciplinarian was yet one of its most popular
officers " ' . ...
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Straws teix wmii way the Wind Blows.
In our morning stroll foritetais, yesterday we
und but little that would interest our readers,
we were struck with one significant fact:
hose merchants who advertise seemed to be
busy waiting on their customers, and disposing
Ortfieir11gbds, while those who do not, were
lounging arouud, gaping and yawning, they and
their clerks gazing wistfully at every passer by,
and looking as though they'd, like for a fire to
break out to change the monotomy. Cards.stuck
in shop windows " wn't win " now a days, and
our go ahead citizens have no time to read writ
ten notices, tacKCd on trees or pastea on aeau
walls. TBtMiije Who advertise itt neMjpaperfrr the
proper mecptum draw the crowd and do the
best busings, sure. We could give names and
point out places in proof of this,, if so disposed,
but then it might norfee considered our bulfness.
Neither is it; some men will
" Know the right, and yet the wrong pursue."
Superior Court. Our Superior Court is still
inysession.- The, attention of that body was
principally occupied yesterday, in the investiga
tion of the claims of a colored man by the name
of Wm. Brookfield who had sued or freedom.
Very able "counsel was engaged on both sides,
who entered into the discussion with a great deal
of earnestness and determination.
The Jurund in favor 6Tthe Plaintiff, and
jeturned vefdict accordingly, giving him his free
dom and four hundred dollars for his services for
four years just passed, whidlPis to be paid by the
Thefrcase reported in our last isue as not being
decided when we went to press, night before last,
hung the jury all night and until after 10 o'clock
yesterday morninff, and was hnallv rendered m
wr' mfilur '
stand hiEldnorgave-the jury a very sharp rebuke.
Quiiit Town. It is the lot of those employed
on mrfrning papers to be on the street, very often,
at late hours-of the night, and from what we have
seen or heaJrNrf, after a residence of three months,
we areof opinion that Newbern is a very quiet
d orderlv town. Wa have no rowdies to dis-
b the rest of quietly disposed persons or make
flight hideousas they liav i sonu-- p'aces that
we reinHH: After reas.uiable bed time, say 10
o'clock, ai'athly silence prevails which is rarely
interrnfit.o.d' hhvv da'"n. Trim. vr no.caniimkl.
ly meet up with a drunken man ; but even this is
a rare occuirauce; and when we do meet with
such cases, they are ffenerallv foreigrners. unac-
hted with the laws of this country or town.
LUMBKR. Thosewho take ail interest in the
Events of the Week--Marfiages---Washingtonians
must subscribt to the Progress Eain, etc.
WsmNGTiN, N. C. Oct. 25, 1858.
Dear Progress .-Last week was one of omens
and events in this portion of the country. During
the week our merchants seemed to have a lively
trade. On Friday we had a gopd rain wlch settled
the dust and give a better tone and feeling to the
aiuiospucie ami on aturday Wil
"C 1. J k! I ...
iq., icbcucu ins nome witn a y
titul bride, a Miss Croome who h
State of idabama a short time si
been enjoying a bridal tour at tb
watering places and in the large
other side of Mason's and Dixon's
same day Mr. Sjainuel B. Waters, '
with his handsome bride, a Miss
marriea m the state of New Y
gay ladies and gentlemen are ha
in calling upon and congratulating-
and probably thinking to thjggjMi
nmes win oe next, pernaps ria
new married ones always meet w
sanguine expectations in thus entei
waving billows of the troubled wa
The weather is quite cool an-p
last day or two.
Should a delegation of our townsm,
your town during this week, deal
e raamid in tne !
Fme. On the'
i dHV Our
Semi 111 .xitr
ring upon the
t -for the
scribers to the Progress.
Very truly yours, in haste,
''..Written for the DailyProgrej
inanufacturing interests of our town, and are fond What tnec
ef seJtifg good mat'hineryrun to advantage, can 'wegssant
. Wti-Ai- iials j i :h..jm i - .Of Foxes f
desires larsrelv gratified bv callina-
R. JS. Taylor's steam saw-mill. Mr.
An Editor sat iu his easy chair
It matters little when or where
Suffice it, however, in point of dat$
To say Eighteen Hundred and Fifty
He was alone, and a half-spent taper,
Upon al) lot ted sheet ot paper
A eloomv cheerless lierht was viehit
" . . - - - row
I o tne pen his weary hand was wief
Iwas nadmght, but nearer mornm;
As our Editor with desp'rate ynwni
rPlied his industrious well-worn quill
KTo the last blank column he bad yet
Near to his office a church yard lay
Where beings of other days they say
In their native element are t rest
(Vhere their souls are Heaven knows best)
No wonder then this Editor should fetr,
A visit from those graves so near,
And ever and anon louk trembling 'rjkind
Startled by every passing sound,
With more reason too than he had thought
For presently his quick ear caught f
The rustling of a strange unearthly rpise
That o'er his threshold seemedBo poiie
liut for an instant and then
He dared not look around again ;
For even then, a voice as from the
Its sulphur , scented utterance gave
And thus in accents wild and strange
Addressed him, whilst a sudden change
Came o'er the tide of his reflections
And sent them scattering in all directio
For the man of other years was there
Robed in white behind his chair. r
A snow white, beard fell from his chitti
And o'eir fcaPftotago pale and thin
Unearthly shadows to and fro,
Cuickly seemed to come and go:
And thus this spirit of the other world
To the trembling editor his speech unfi
" My Brother spirits from therealms b
Whose bodies died a century ago
Have sent me their ambassador at large
Commissioned with a special charge
Thou! man of earth! attend thine ear,
And when Tve finished I will hear
Tny answer, nor shall thou be mum
Else thou wouidst die like Absalom.
What means this noise, this ceaseless din
Of trowels aid hammers that begin
With the grey dawn their clattering
Ringing, banging and battering
Disturbing the spirits of the dead that sleep
In their cold graves so dark and deep?
Wjfet mean these towering stucco'd fronts,
Ahd lofty edifices where once
lnjays of yore, undaunted stood
i i i f . . . . i ...
i lain nuutoie corsages ui wood '
ans this whistling, roariai
, co anu iro auu cumuung
and baiTv'ls and the hum
And bustle of strange sounds that
Koaxniir like autre teinoestuoua "IS
er our sometime peacetul ffrav
k:Jn ' J nurr uaat, ne
THfi Bruisers Both Still Alive ! Some of
the New York papers devote almost as mnjji
spade to the particulars of the. brutal fight be
tween Morrissey and Heenan, as they did to 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 ring was instantly filled with Morrisaey's
friends, who surrounded him, yelling and scream
ing their congratulations in his ears. He was too
far . o to AfMutk. iMfc .ktt iifiult. an attempt to
smile, which was a most ghastly thing triwKiBM
eve nearlv closed; nis mou,tn cuuana upsftwoir
;raffv battereoT flat to bis i'ncf
v9 tiiw BMbllen lips, from the seere
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J-- HTj A jVVJ . . .5v.tvivv.ij kuvfottu WUIIU&, - TTMfc
exhaustation was entirely due to his being out of
condition and to his own tremendous exertions,
and not to any punishment ht received from his
There was the utmost enthusiasm among the
Morrissey" people 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 satisfactorilv his pluck
and ability, and profess themselves willing tefbet-
uiuucy Li mil evcGruu mm. if
n i:vbki.n l'jiiq-s cukmnt.
W It should be understood tha our quotatuns
geueraliv represeist th e wholesale price. In filling up
small OBggMv. liigiier rates have to be paid.
Yellow dip 3 35 3 40
Hard 2 W 00
, Tarbbll 60 60
In order,. 1 75 00
Pitekdo-.l 25 i 50
V & ... 30 30
Beef Cattle,-- .
& lrth lbs. 4 CO
Bhicks,M.7 (K m m
B arre EBw Is oV.'. T in p. , ea : ,
2d hand, .I 75 Wh'BO
eW.. ....1 90 &mtt
hperm, . . - So w Ol?
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W. t JKOT
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on the same wagori after thefightand drawn for.
a mne or so, w nen they were again taken on board
kindly, and make it known, that there is yt roonybe steamboats, and proceeded to Buffalo. The
on your subscription book for a few' more subT,08 er? 8"ToundeAb e,xcied crowdsMof peo-
Heenan and Morrissey were placed side bv side Mackerel; .&8&$fr -00.
id not, anive
pie on their arrival, although they
at tne w hart till A.i-M. Mom
preached the dock firing rockets, an
Heenap imniedtetelv proceeded to the Bloomer
House, where he whe:d his fiSce. and therftook
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 cut his lips against his teeth." His left
hand is bound up, the two kuckles heiner broken.
i Morrissey. was not to be seen, and
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several weeks. mCiiaif goes todav
on a pleasure Jfjp to Niagalrans -and vicinity, y
At present vmt feeling oflsl who witnessed the
battle is that Morrissey's wimiing was, solely due
to his undoubted pluck and astonishing power of
enduring severunishnieiit, and not in the least
degree to any scTenee displayed" byliim. All the
fighting was done by Heenan, who received not
one blow to Morrissey s twenty, and had lie been
in a proper condition to njrtit tne result mig:nt
lave been very different. Within eight hours
after the battle Heenan offered $j,000 to &80i)
that Morrissey is nwthe better man of the two,
the point to be decided in the ring within three
months, but he found no takers.
m . $t
M'LLC I,it:C(j.03.HNl. This new prima donna
made her first appearance before an American au
dience at the Acadainy of Music, New York, on
Wednesday night. The papers bighJy praise her.
The Tribune savs:
In pei son sho is rather unuer the middle height.
In carriage she is graceful and high bred. Her
face boasts a pair of dark eyes oi exceeding vital
ity and expression, well-turned features, and re
markable powers of mobility.- ..jfcter nature evident
ly is quick, ardent and enthusiastic. Her voice
is warmly toned, and, in the lachrymose portions
ot the opera, which abound, is full ot the loveli
oese- of triuric sorrow. In
hurhest rank, but the electricity oi tne artist ie
it at the climax of intensity an expression which
is apart and truly admirable. JEn the three acts
. . . -. . , . 1 V
which we nearo tnere is no nona music, so we can
not judge of her ability to execute it. In decla
matory and sustained singing passages, sne is ex
cellent. Her phrasing leaves nothing to be desired.
Her enunciation is perfect. With a true air ot
httrh Italian nature, she is flrodisral of facial ex-
. Rope. &
bus i el
Yarn, V Ib..i
. Jf &. ....... 50
Mnitets- i -
Glue, lb. ..15
top Hj:&mBm.? a
v bbivriv. 1 50 h
CorafS.. . . .55
Oats,. - 35
nn wikR i on
Riee;, clean ,. "" 4 i S)
, 40 foot
2.4on a plank, And from
isles' of lumber we see about his
think he could supply any given
Eastern, - -8 -a i
rLiME, bbi'i ooi
F'm store, J 4i0 Bl
rough. 8-00-10 00
planed, ..18 li0 00
-cjear.....25 0030 00
wide bds, 14 "00 15 00
scantling 12 OOailO
Ship Stuff,- .W"
rough edge 8 00rO 00
MoLAsgps, Gallon, ,
CubaR hhds.32 35
N Orleans,.. OO .-c?
Iiosin:P. .3' Off 4 00
C DoKo 2.1 25 1 50
Dv)So3.1 1U Mlp
. Spirkte Tui pentifie,
Va t u is '; i ,gal 30 - '&t:
mWmm&u. i -ot? oa
Train, ,....80 2 08$
Ref d Wi.ale 1 00 VW
Lavd .-iiKlO 30
Sweet.: . ....30 50
Irii, 100 00
jtfr& bbl,2 50 00
V n Uwrm 1-
II" a" .Round. 12 a
FJ5hoiMiers, . . 9
K C turd, - .13
" Butter, 23 27
Cheese 11 1U
Pork; (Northern,) bbl,
ieitv Mess, 195020 00
MSiitti ...... 17 00 00
Prime, 00 0000 00
ef , Mess 164)0 318 m '
ve,... ...iRJ jjo
dead,- ,. .J0 00
dead, 15 UU iW
Ijamos,- -. i ov
Fiish Bsef. ote toot .
to the sentiment of the' mo
ment. As an actress, she is charming, nerpiay
of the arms is particularly good. The last scene of
the broken heai-ted, dying consumptive was best
atthe close. The tremulous agony of joy at the
nieejting of her lover was exquisitely faithful , to
nnfnrp. The imnre8sion left on us was not that
nf o-rand. but a Jaeautiful artist finished and
fascinatinsr. The applause of the audience was
heartiest at the end, when M ile Piccolomini re
ceived the honor of a triple call before the cur-tain.
Liquors, Gall, (dom'c)
vv nisayy. . ..jm,;a
N E Rum,3l
Brandy, .. r.45
Apple "do,. .65
Peach do, .85 31
(Turpeutihe V 280
?m :v jo , - - -
00 1 Salt.
ground,. 1 00i
do fine,.. -1 50
Sugar, W In,
crushed,. . 13
C yellow, - ..11
Soap.,4 J&-... 6
Common, . 1 75
Staves, W M,
WO bbl-18 00 20 00
R O hhd;.15 0016 00
Ash head, 8 50 12 00
M,...-20 00 50 00
Tallow, F ft 10 12
Tobacco, & ft,
Common, . . . 12$ 15
Medium ... 25 30
Fine ..45 50
ofr t ry . t
lit H it iii hit rrf mm"- r 1 - iTMi n? 1 1 1iV i ii'ih s
t. i t i i i i i nmi vyv. en iv, y m':
Turnemine...-ao-. .- w rr
... 0 00 4
. . . 00 0 7
... 00 0 8
... 00 7 8 ?
.... 00 8 a 10
00 5 00 "500 6 00
00 00 30
00 00 30
5& 50 50 f
0 no 8 -
0 00 $
0 7 -5
00 0 00
Floati ng on a freshet down theSBfe-'')
Packed full of "stuff" from tiMt.
,Schkdc7LE. -The night train on
Gaston Railroad, which during
een leaving weidon at a a. jm.,
mdation of persons attending the
tek be discontinued altogether,
lams & Co 's Express which
;n carried on tne nignt nne, win
to the day train, and will reach
ivo h..nra (UH-hW than Kv the fnrmeri He snoke i This man of vears
..v. ..w.v- . rrf iLiliiL"! -a tnl: iH
au tvb nusneo anu siui again
Uut over the editors trembun
This will bo
much more conve-
Arrested. The man Sterling,
a Mrs. Cotton, in Satyne oounty,
has been arrested, aud is now
ill at Goldsboro'.
i?Si-"VTrn m -vrin-rtT W'
ilE, Kv., Oct. 25. riorace Bell, who
ither and faijier from the Branden-
ire committed on
taken on Sat-
T hat every day, met
O'er the dark blue waters ,of
t'ealing uke thunder far and wi
Keckless ot tempest wind and tj
Like moving villages in a row
Destin'd for a city that, I hear,
On a deep arid spacious harbor nea
The broad blue ocean, begins to rear
Her towering edifices of stone ausfl&riete
While ships are coming in so thick
bearing on the produce ot the ww
There's no chance for man or
A frightful chilly shuddering
In vain to answer he assayed,
Fear his every utterance stayt
With fright grown deep rate
One look behind him, twas
There stood the monster err
Front face with the editor ojQ
" Progress ! Progress ! !" bMi
Quoth the Ogress "ttiu hast
Then vanished through the
And left the editor m a hfc
frs l have brok(
to rest V
fsouie, oi-tne jreiao- Oct 20 dltwMv.4trS.w4t
Methodist shops. We regret to learn from
the PittsburgBQvocate that Bishop Simpson's
health has not improved, arid that present indica
tions do not promise an early recovery. He has
been greatly reduced m nesn and strengtn witnm
the last mont-m
The! Meai8 paporo
and mucn naeioveu msnop
!&tm tmnrch South,
health, his condition being considered quite pre
carious. He has become too much debilitated
even to reply to correspondents, and requested a
public statement to that efFect.
A western e.ditoisreeently defeated as a candi
date for Congress says : " Editors have no Trnsi
ness to run for office. Their business is tgfe work
and let others enjoy the fruits of theirjabor" 'They
make the fortunes and the greatneslHfether mitlS
but are expected to find their reward in the proud
contemplation of their works.
Flour '-. .do
Cotton , 4P" ft .
Cotton goods, $,ibot,
Flaxseed, -T bushel,
Ground Peas, busbel ,
Wbefit,: ;bushel,iv. .....
Luu.berr M 4
Turpentine flRHpP"T' bblr
Roan. ........ - - jgfc
Spirit Turpehtine . 4" - - - -
Ground Peuf, Fbuhtlel,
otton goOds, r euDic toot,. u
umber, MaAto size, 4 00 A 00
Turpentine arid T. hbl..
Cot ton-, W; .'Va3e. - ':.r.. .....
Ground Pes& ft bnsl , - rW
Rouffb RicWwUsnB, . -
Liuuber. & M Mm 00.
0 00 1
7 00f 0
ents of the
e sale of Net
S!lsimr thinks thi
't is 11
is long enough; thefPMmt la 3MH
mother says at it is titne 6 ftp to bed, and if you
want any more, Why write it. Jr.
A Printer's Token. Wei earn from tje
Charleston Courier, that the printers engaged at
thf.offic of Walker, Evans & Co.-, havprepared
a Silver Goblet to be presented by their foreman,
to Capt. Westerlund, of the schooner Charles T.
Smyth, and his "better half," as a slight token of
grateful approval $the soothing attentions and
nursing care which Mm bestowed on the late W.
W. Smith during his last illness by Capt West
erlund and family. The Goblet bears the inscrip
tion : "I was sick and ye visited me.' The de
ceased livod for many years in Raleigh, N. C. Dividend. The Directors of the Cape Fear
.L.Mak4 ii i , A Bank, have declared a semi-annual dividend of 4
-uuuaivy mr cent., navable at the nrinciDal bank and
urday evening, wW1 huadfeds avowed their pur
pose of rascuing Bell. An express was sent to
liOUtsville to place the citizens on their guard.
GojKy Williard has promised a requisition on the
Governor of Kentacky, for the men who captured
Bell. A meeting has been called here to denounce
i From the Petersburg Express.
" SERIOUS STABBING AFFRAY.
Richmond, fe. 25. -Auguste Schadd, a promi
nent German citizen, and a man named Kichter,
also a German, were badly stabbed to-night by
Augustus B. Lipscomb. The difficulty occurred
at Schadd's well known Eager Beer Saloon on
Broad street, nearly opposite the Theatre building.
Tabellow oat, enous
She screams out " lay it on
So my dear Progress I'll resign
And cease to be " Thy
Unttkd States Financi
the United States Treasury
ber, was as follows :
The slight receipts and
that the remaining SlO.t
The statement covers 11 days!
Emigration. The m
rived at New York for the w
13th was 1,639, making a
commencement of the year
is tor a
New Coeds Jknst K, ecivtd. WIL Ii. CHER
RT, would respectfully announce to tiie citizens
of Newheru and vicinity, t.at he nas purchased uu
Mr. J. W. Danner, Ins entire stock, consisting of Dry
Goods. Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, &c.,&e and
in addition to which has this day received pefSchr.
C. S. Watson, .
25 bbls. Insh Potatoes, w
3bls. Citv Mess Pork,
aidbbis. Prime Mess Pork,
MiNpflbis. best Northern Apples,
50 lo. 1 Cabbages,
1 bbls. Onions,
lOO boxes Lubec Herring,
5 bbte. White Beans.
Orders from tlie .country promptly filled, and par
ticular attention p4id to tne sale of country produce.
AH those who have heretofore patronised this
house, may reMtpn ha'ubttiiaMWnp4y
Latin. French, and KnfdisW JfeAensl
ers Joui-hala, Day, Memorandum, Tftiie 't&i:
Blank Books ; Leffal, Docket. Bills. Pools-Cap. Let
ter, ana iNote paper, oy tlie Keam or y tin e ; uiili,
8uiU Pens and Points; Elastic Bands and Rings, for
ocuments; Blotting Pads; Ink Erasure; Black
Sand ; Ink Powders'; Pen Racks ; Pencil Sharpeners ;
Parallel Rulers ; and other articles just received by
the " Frances Barrett '' and for sale at
MRS. S. F .STANLY'S Book Store,
Oct 14-dlt-w3t South-side, Pollok St.
ZS . CO" Itl ,
. SURGEON DENTIST,
Permamently Located in the Town of Newbern, ten
ders his protessiopal services to tne citizens
of Newbern and surrounding country.
Office on South Front st., opposite the Gaston Howe
Sept 1 dwly
NOTICE. Application will be made to the Gen
eral Assembly, at its next Seion, for a charter
for a Mutual Insurance Company at Carolina City.
Carolina City, Oct 14, 1858 - w6w
PEW copies oi Webster's Unabridged Diction
ary. also Pocket Lexicons, just received and for
MRS. & F. STANLY.
. . . .-
the defenda, i .
N EQOTY . .
and Frances his ictfe, and othtvm
'ol.ton, Executor of Sidney ToUon, deceased.
AnrN9l RTJ T. TO ACCOUNT.
.T- i .' . 1AW-. AiLS. 4- In. vliof
lUue tQrnppear hccuiujuk iu in -n ,
George TolsotfUnd John Toteon, are
nts- of this State, hut are resiaents oi
e. so tiiat tlie mooeiisln ti.ts ease cannot
ed on thfem : said defendants George
! Tollau and t-&3mnr nre. tiierefore hereby-hoti-
nn, t'l n-G iiiiug vx iue -uiii m una case, uy itnc juu-
lioatiunv for Six. weeks dnsihe " "Wfeeklv Pvoat essf ' a
nevvsrbaper pnnted4wfllBWn ofNewbei n, and are
I nroreover iequiredpersonallv to be and appear at the
vwnii. oi. jivui , io-.ue aeiu in iiiaiponnty m ai ie; bi,,,
at the eotirt house in the town or Ce liifort, on I!
seventu-Monchiy argathe fourfc Monday ot he; tern
ber, A.--858,"and:tnegjgd GBere to pread, antwer 1
OI dowl:tUe id,biltpSSthe aauie will betaken
Witnes-T-Beniamin L. Peirv. Clerk and MlftSfcer in
Equity, foithe Couni&l Caiteret, at Beanfcrt, in
L. PERRY, C. 8? M. E.
said Ctiunty, tnis 4t
- -mm:. .
Food. Medicines. &,e.. for the sick
dejtitatefo take cii aree of the orphans of de
ceased parents, an,d tominunter in every possible way
to the reliet of the afflicted and the liealth of the pnb
lic at large. It jfehe duty of tWDuectorstat such
times, to vifit, persfflUly the infected districts, and
to provide and execute" means of relief. NutrterotM
physicians, hot . acting merrrbeii of the Association,
usually enrol their names on its books, subject to be
called upon to. attend its hospitals, ?ree of charge.
In the absence of Epide.iaes, the Director have
authorized '-.the Consulting Suryeon to give advice
Land medical aivt"tO:perM)iis suffeiinc&ider Chronic
f anruleht ehuracter, an inr from abuse
ot tHHHpBfcal powers, mal treatnient, tue effects of
drugs,--&c. &c. -
Various Reports and Tracts on the nature and treat
ment of Chronic QjAaes, by theConsulting Surgeon,
have, beeJtepPPPr"gratuitou.s distribution, and
will be sent free of. .charge to the afflicted.
Address for Rejbdyts or treatment, Dr. GEORGE
B. CALHOEN. Ojplyfcing Surgeon, Howard- Asso
ciation, No. 2rSouth Nintn Street, Pniladelphia, Pa.
By-order of the Directors,
EZRAnD. HEARTWELL, Prest.
GEO- FAIRCHILD-, Sec' v.
i ft m.
ittjace, let proximo.
corresponding period in 186f7