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For six months, - 6 00 For twelve months, - - - - - 10 nil All advertisements must have the desired number of in sertions marked on them, ortherwise they will be in serted till forbid and charged accordingly. WM. J. YATES. 91 A R B L K BY GEO. P A C T O U Y, LAUDEU. Nearly opposite to E. W. "Willkings Auction Store, Fayettevillc, N. C Oct 1, 1S')4. y GILES LEITC1I, Attorney and Counsellor at Lan'( LUMBERTOJ Robeso.v County, X. C. January 3, 1S."5 ly SPRING GOODS, &e The SsuUseriber lias in htore, anil is SPRING STOCK of GOODS, which receiving, his he wishes to sell for Cash. Barter, or on Credit. DISTILLERS GLUE, a very good article. 1000 SPIIIIT BARRELS. I would be pleased to furnish to Distillers the number of Barrels desired, as I have arrangements with the best makers. Every Barrel shall be GOOD. Also, a flue close CARRIAGE, new, Fa vetteville make. Warranted. ' - DEBTORS will please take notice, that I am in want ofMonev. and they "KNOW SOMETHING," that is, I must have it. TIIO. J. JOUXSOX. April 16. 42-tf WIL L I A M B O ir, '-.. Dealer in DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, SW5III.Y PROVIStOXS, &c. Foot of ILiymoiint, l-'aydlcvUlc, jV. C. October T, 1S54 tf DISSOLUTION. The firm of G'. W. I. GOLDSTOX t CO. is tlii day dissolved by mutual consent. ir. W. T. GOLDSTOX. It. NV. C.Ol.D.-j'KJN. Xnv. 17th. 1W1. THE SUnSCItlDEil haviricr p:ircha-d the interest oT 11. W. Gol lsti;i in the Ute firm of G. W. I. Gold stou & Ci., will still continue to carry on the Grocery antl Hardware Business at the old stand. He invites all his friends to call on him when they come to market, and he will try to make himself useful. G. W. I. GOLDSTOX. Nov. 17th, 1854. 20-tf MeLAURIN & STRANGE HAVE on hand, a large stock of superior SPIRIT BARRELS, which they would sell at a reduced price for ca-fh. Persons wishing to make engagements Would do well to call on ns before making engagements, as we warrant a good article. - April 27, 18..5. tf JAMES G. SMITH'S HAIR. DRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON, Fayette vi lle Hotel. All kinds of Perfumeries, Hair Oils, sha ving and hair Brushes, toilet and shaving Soaps, for sale. Fayettevillc, April 7, IHoo TVilder'g Patent Salamander Safe. We keen constantly on hand an assortment of the above Safes, warranted fire-proof; and desirous of ex tending the demand for them, the makers have been in duced to deliver them here at Xew York prices.- D. & W. McLAURIX, Agents. October 1, 1834.. tf TO PASSENGERS. The STEAMER SUX will leave this place every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at H minutes after gunrmc; and Wilmington every VLDNESDAY and SA1 UK DAY o.t 12 o'clock, with Passengers and Freight. R. M. ORRELL, Agent. Fayettevillc, Oct. 1, 1834. 6-tf Tlic largest Carriage Factory in the Soiilli. A. A. 3JcIvetlmu Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has built up large substantial Brick Buildings at his Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received for the last -21 years, t In, pub by str"u-t attention to , business, with a desire to.give BatBfccm, to merit n continuance of the same. He warrants his work to be inade of the best material and by experienced workmen in each branch of the business. "llis work will compare favorably with any made in the United States, for neat ness and durability. He is determined to sell and do any work in his line on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as well done, lie uow has on hand, finished, the largest stock of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS, AXD BUGGIES, ever offered in thrs place, and a very large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold -ery low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom ers. ;5nff-IIe has on hand more tliau OXE 1IUXDRED AXD FIFTY Vehicles finished and iu course of con struction. ;7H5rAll work made by him is warranted 12 months with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship or material will be repaired free of charge. Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and examine for themselves. Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea sonable terms. Fayetteville, Oct 1, 1834, FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRISES, For CASH or on Short Time, 250 Carriages, - Barouclies, T.OCKAWAYS & BUGGIES of every description, Many of which are finished, and the balance being finished daily; among which are many new and beautiful styles, and one very fine Carriage. Some of them very light, and all made in the best manner and of the best materials. My facilities for doing Carriage work are greater than any cstalishment south and I can aftbrd and" am determined to sell work of the best quality as low as it can be built for" by any one. ! jZS Those who are indebted' to me will please pay up as my business requires my out-standing debts to be collected. - A. A. McKETHAX. , February 3d, 1855, tf SPUING, 1853. PEAIICE & FERGUSON- Are now OT)emng and receiving a general assort ment of Foreign and Domestic, Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots and Shoes, and a general assortment of Ready-made Clothitt"-, Which they oiler at WHOLESALE or RETAIlT.'at low- prices and upon accommodating terms to punctual customer B. F. PEAIICE. Alarch 15, 1S55. J. B. FEKGUSOX TO MERCHJVVTS Sf Of TIJ- MAJVUFA C TURERS WARE. "di t . 1 ,.,and now' and sh:l11 keep a supply of Tin Leade' jteC "' IrOU WifC liivets Lead Pipe, Sheet I have :. a-Wp,KDREWSrMai Square' March 12.1855. 37-tf SrilIJVG GOODS, 1855. JAMES KYLE Is now receiving his supply of Goods, among which are Printed Lawns, Brillionteens; Grenadines. Bareges. . Crape Arpen. Silk Tissues, Plain, figured and plain black Silks. Colored Silks plain, plaid, and striped, Embroidered Crape Shawls, DunueU's, Allen's and Biggs' Prln's, Ginghams French and others. Bonnet, Xeck and Cap Ribbons, Straw and Silk Bonnets, Fresh Linens. Lawns and Diapers, Linen Damask Table Cloths. Bolting Cloths from Xo. 1 to 10, Superfine Cloths and Cassimeres, Tweeds and Kentucky Jeans. Bleached Shirting and Sheetings, Brown " " Ready-Made Clothing, -With many other Goods. All of which are ottered at the lowest market price. March 20. JS33. TAKE NOTICE. Having bought the entire interest of Mr Reuben Jones, in the firm of Jones & Lett. I shall couiinue business at the well known stand on Person street, opposite the Cape Fear Bank, on my own account, where all my friends, the trading public, and the - rest of mankind," are respectfully invited to call and make their selections from A XEW STOCK of su perior FAMILY GROCERIES. Coxfkctmxakiks. SPRING AXD SUMMER DRY-GOODS. Ac, Ac. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange foi goods. April B, 1S55. - J. W. LETT. iVolice. The subscriber has removed to Shaw's new building on Gillespie street. Hp stairs, whore he still carries on the TAILOR IXG BUSIXESS in all its branches. Having had practical experience in most of the Atlantic cities, he feels assured that he can please the most fastidious. .VII orders will be executed with neatness ami de spatch. B. MOXAG1LVX. Oct. 1. 1854. tf TROY" ITTORXEVS AXD & .Mi'LEAX, COt?XSEI.I,OtlS AT L.AAV And SnllrKnra 1mm 'i - . " IX'MIIKUTOX. X. C. RtlBKKT 1". TltoV. Al.KXAM)t:il McT.KAN. February Jth. Om W. W1I.LIAT1S & CO. st received a large and well s Ilave in elected assort- incut of HARDWARE AXD GROCERIES. 'o which they invite the attention of Country McrcU ints. March 17, 1855. PEARCE.& PERGISOX, Wholesale dealers in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, Hals, Cops, Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas, and READY-MADE CLOTIIIXG. North side Hay street, Favetteviixe, X. C. Jd3 Strict attention paid to orders. B. F. PEARCE. October 1st J. B. FERGUSON. FOR SALE. TWO TIIOUSAXD ACRES OF LAND, nine miles from Fayetteville, lying directly on the Southern Plank Road, and on each side of Big Rockfish. One of the best Turpentine sections in the county, with convenient improvements for a family residence; with ( a small corn mill on a never failing stream, and a first rate situation for a Turpentine Distillery and Store. A. A. McKETHAX Feb'y 9, 1S55. tf GEORGE M'DUFFIE, INSPECTOR OF TIUBER. AI LIMBER, UrlLMIJVGTOJ, V. V. May 1!), 1855. Om XV K AUK NOW RECEIVING AN'II EXPECT TO KEEP VP A LARGE STOCK OF Gr.OCERIES. WE OFFER 150 Bags Co.Tee Rio, Laguira and Java, 15 llhds. Sugars, 50 " Molasses, 1,000 Sacks Salt. 75 Bbls. Sugars, coffee, crush'd & powder d 125 Bags Shot. 45 Kegs Powder, 20 Hhds. Western Bacon, 3,500 Lbs. N. C. " 60,110(1 Setcars. n.Kortetl qualities, 100 ISoxes CliecKc, With every other article in our line. All of which we will dispose of low for CASH, or exchange for pro duce or naval stores. D. & W. McLAURIX. June 2d 4N-tf BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO., CKXERAL COMMISSION MEUCHA3YT,S And Cotton i'uclors, 34 1-3 Pine Street, NEW YORK. D. W. BOWMAN, W. II. SELLERS, May 1, 1855. y-pd EDW'D. McPHERSON. N. B. Particular attention paid to consignment! " Naval Stores. WILMINGTOS &, FAYETTEVILLE yr A S S B N G B R L I Ar i' . The New Steamer MAGNOLIA '; will leave Fav- ntrnci in .... .t i.1 .1 .... . - - . . ... i..vv-i j i-virtvn aim r i niiiv?, iii- 11 iiuiiMtes alter sun rise, and Wilmington Wednesdays and Saturdays at o'clock. Passaire S4. T. S. LUTTERLOH. June 14, tf SPllIXG TltADE, 1853. Our Goods are now coming iu Store, enTbaeinc a general assortment of b DRY GOODS, llats, Caps, and Bonnets, Boots and Shoes . HARDWARE-. AXD ' ' READY MADU CLOTHING. We offer our stock at usual low rates for CASH or to prompt paying Customers. ' Being desirous of confining our trade to the Dry Goods line, we offer our stock of Hardware at reduced prices. yfe hope and expect that those indebted to us will come prepared to square accounts. HALL & SACKETT March 31,. lS5o. 39-tf I Tlu-ee Bricfc Storvs fof' f JlNUK 111.. UA KUL I IN IAIN Al The SlOro ,Uo , ..ciZ ?I ft,. FAYKTTBV1LLE. .V. C. TTira ana (jrillesnie Street, nntnuioil liv -SCV. TT-r.- " the Store adjoiuinir the alMtTeTKvUA'.V'THR XrnT1Sr. Hni The ' Xw York -CGn?aSVC f T SVVrnal of Commerce makes the following cal co. ner or uille.pie aud Franklin Streets ocefts Vtl1H... .- ... C. Cirver. V : The above Stores are first rate Stands fofusin! .1 W enty-six of the thirty-one States. have The tenants will have the use of t!ie back yard forf Hft&ed - members of the new Congress. The Cart and Wagou trade. Apply to " jf tul number of members thus far elected, ex- jtou u ami August 18th. 1853. 5!)-tf IIEAD-OUARTDRS. - I , . """"wwf. f y.mnwaaUutTni Mitty ureter xo- . IIEAD-QUARTEUS 33tl Rcimriit Ct nlitia, AUGUST 3d, I8p. " The Members of Cross Creek Company are (herebv. notified that thev are attached to the Town Militia.;-' C. LUTTEULOII, Col. CotiVPg. Observer & Argus copy 3t, & charge to R. Mntchell. GUXS STOLEX. ' V On Monday night, the 13th inst.. near Davis' Bridge. on the Cheraw road, was stolen from my dwelling, oue double barrel Guu and oue Rifle. The stock of the Gun is broken near the guard, and is stamped on the oarrei wita tiie words "fcau I raucisco." The liitle has he two first letters of the maker's name -J. B.-" on ine oarrei. Any one reiuruuig me property to me will be liberally rewarded. : -. A. J. DAVIS.'- Aug. 1?, 1S55. 5!)-6t DISSOLUTION. ; The firm of Hall & Bollinger is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the firm must make immediate pavment bv the 1st September, to- II. G. HALL, at Foundry. Aug 1st, 1855 5S-3t RESCUE GRASS 12 Bushels of thi,s celebrated Seed for sale by the ubscriber. This Grass is verv productive, affording two cuttings in a season, and good Winter and early Spring Pasturage. It also vields from 75 to 100 bush els of Sued to the acre, which is almost equal to Oats lor Slock. A Peck of Seed will sow from I to i an acre. J. X. SMITH Aug. 9. . 4t NOTICE. The subscribers, as Administrators of the late A. C. Currv, will sell at Carthage on the (ith dav of Septem- ' ,H'r "ext. anu on a cretin or six moutns. tne per sonal estate ol satu intestate, consisting or one Horse, one valvable young Mul-j, a valuable stock of cattle and Hogs, a large amount of valuable household and kitchen furniture, one road Wagon, one Cart, one Car riage and harness, and 111:1113- of her articles of property. Bonds aud security will be required of'purchasers. : --y AXGUS CUKRIE, A. II. McXEILL. - Admiuistrutors. FURTHER SOT1CE. .". I - Order KTo. " 1 3J Regiment N. C Militia', j A J ll?',a,,d 37 against it; i rr no'n -i.i -6: K l ju fnr tho' Kill tln . .iL UL U .UU. . XOiM't W- islti : lou are herebv coiuinanded to enroll in vrJ vjiuWimjf a persons jrosiujng m uross ureeK iusf Tl ft"essee, -WU( liable utjmtorvx-' .1 "rF" l,J J4fXtp'd :veK lit -iMftfa'twier iwWCrawfiB?2 t.tale ot tliu late u. varrr. hit mrrcjr iwnmiu u present them to the Subscribers, duly authen ticalefl, within the time prescribed by Law, or this notice will he pleaded iu bar of their recovery. Those indebted to said Estate will make immediate payment' to the subscribers. AXGUS CI RltlE, A. II. McXEILL, -August itth. 4t Adm"rs. . JYOTICD. The undersigned would respectfully inform the pul lic, both in town and countrv, that he is prepared to do all kinds of MASON WORK, j-i.a.-tekim:, .ve. Persons in the country wishing work done iu my line, would do well to give me a call, as 1 think I can give satisfaction. Address F. M. JAMES. Aug. 4. tf , Fayetteville. NVC. D T S SOL U T IOJT. The copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm of Robertson &, Evans, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.. All acoucts against the firm will be settled by W, A. Evans, to whom all persons having claims will please present them. ' JAMES P. ROBERTSON. ' W A. EVANS. Aug. 4. 57-4t D R. B S E R VIJY G S BASO JV. GLASS JARS, 1 pint, 4, 4, and 1 gallon. Stone ditto, a and 1 gal., with covers. Northern. Ditto ditto, i, 1, 2, 3 and 5 gallon, up country. Earthen Jelly Cans, white, i, j and 1 pint. CO doz. coin, green Tumblers, for Jelly. 50c. doz. For sale at Xj3- THE CROCKERY STORE, by W. X. TILLIXG11AST. Aug. 4. 57-4t. ' POSITIVE NOTICE TO DEBTORS. persons indebted to me. either by note or ac All count, for the year 1854. must come forward and settle bv the first of Sentember next, or their Xotes and ac counts will be placed in course of collection; and no variation from this Xotice will be adhered to it is not intended for a scare-crow not a humbug, but will be strictly enforced. Iuterest will be charged on all accounts after they have stood niuety days. DAXIEL KELLY. Aug. 4. 57-It : . WHEAT. 10,000 Bushels -Wheat vanted,r highest cash price giveu. - . '; ' '' GEO. McXEllJj. ' Cold Spring Mills being thoroughly repaired, will receive and grind Wheat. - G.' McN. June 10. 1855. 3m " , ; STARR & WILLIAMS ARE NOW RECEIV1XG A GENERAL STOCK. OF -SPRJJK'G AJVD SUMMER DRY GOODS Bonuets; Bonnet, Cap aud Plain Ribbons Hats; Shoes: and i f, READY-MADE CLOTIIIXG. Which they will sell low at wholesale, for Cash or to prompt paying customers. -: . ' f Z - i" TRUST SALE. ; ! Lnmbcrtaii. - 1' By virtue of two Deeds of Trust executed to me Vy John W. Rodgers, of Luraberton, I shall on Saturday the 25th day of August inst.. on the premises, offer er sale, oue Lot in the Town of Lumberton. now occnpit'4 by said Rodgers as a Carriage establishment. On this Lot are a large new Carriage Factory, Blacks!!:1' Shop, and other necessary out-houses to a Caj'rigc establishment. tine unimvimvpil T.nt. rSnf ain : n fr one acre. - - v A ....... 1! : l!.,;t.t. 1 nn- tntK- IlOCfc- away: COOOfeet of Ash Lumber, well seasoned; unfiiM isneu uuggies; liouuies; auuu ipotves; iiirec kk- -, blacksmith tools, Patent Paint Mill, Trimmings, On Paints, Tools. Household and Kitchen Furniture. --&C-. rn , . i . : . i ,1 ,. 1 . ... iuv tate wwi commence potiiveiv i it vi,iuvn.. .It . x- r i r i Terms, 3 months credit the purchasers giving Bond "U(Jire seut for the father, who, after hearing with approved Kecurity. IV S.- Lumberton, Aug. 9, 1855. FRENCH, Trustee :;t . NEGOTIABLE NOTES. tt -1. . , . . i. rf-w . .. i . ....( nf i, t; iiuve oil iiatiu- at luis vroicw u. titigc nu., - Notes itavahle nt all the Hanks exceot the Bank O'l Clarendon, whifh will be sold at a reduced price, m order that e may dispose of them and print wore payable at ALL the Banks in this place Tbcy wdl answer very well for rncvinp.- . - 'U - ifcive of Trpmbull, of Illinois, and Morris, of. were members of the last Congress;' (flof which number. 42 voted for the Nebraska more re-elected vhot- yo- ho voted against ..Ht-Q, this;aIcalatiou:we assutne that TayJr f flilLww iii a mintrte or two by the use of acid, rstates or wi Mi vrnii:5;on fflnl Texas are veito metn- r'Since writing- the above, have intelli renee bv telefrranh that ex-Governor Bell lias 'Oeeti elected to congress from Texas. She seuds two' members." ? Amongst other acts passed by the quasi Legislature of Kansas is one requiring that settlers from Massachusetts shall take an oath nt !il!vinn:fi to the. Constitution jiiiil laws of litiic United States, the fugitive slave law, and She organic act of Kansas Territory included; i linct that thev should sunwort tue laws enacted l,,, tha 'IWritm-;,. I T ,.,n..i t nr.. r y tne xerritonai legislature 01 ivausas, lor Ivliich they should pay a fee of three dollars, Ise they should be debarred lrom elective ranchise. The people of all other States, by laying a tax of oue dollar, without regard to he length or time they have remained or fcurpose to remain, are to enjoy an equal rtvilege . with them, and that without the ecessity of taking an oath. Betting ox Elections. The grand jury of Iberinarle, A'a., duriinr the session of the urt for this mouth, have made presentments aiust several persous for betting on the late uberuatorial election. AVe understand that the President has offered J)r.. P. Parker the appointment of United States Commissioner to China, in the place of tjje llou. R. Al. AleLane, resigned, aud it has leeu accepted by him. We believe no better appointment could, have been made for that important and . difficult mission. Dr." Parker lias been a resident of China for twenty years more, and has been for a long time connected ivjttli it as secretary of legation, Stc; is well ac quainted with the language and people of that country aud its present complicated political coucerus. Dr. Parker is now on a visit to the United States, but will soou return to enter upon .the duties of the situation which has been assigned to him. - .fasiingtcu Union. A ;Dcel Prevented. Information having been lodged with the police of this city at a late hour last night, that the Hon. Chas. J. Funlkuer, member of Congress from A'irginia, and his late opponent, A. R. Boteler, Esq., were in the city for the purpose of engaging iu a duel, both gentlemen were arrested, and re tpiired to give security iu the sum of $5000 each, not to light a duel either in Washington, or to leave the District for that purpose. Lower California. The Southern Califor niaii of July 11th gives the following important information: "Affairs on the frontier of Lower California are assuming a serious character. On the 27th nit., a small force of about forty men, under the command of Lieut. Pujol, the newly appointed Coinmandate 011 the northern frontier of Lower California, arrived at San Vicente, near San Tomas. Lieut. Pujol, immediately upon his 'arrival, invited Meleudrez, the Acting Com iiiandate, "to meet him, who unsuspectingly com plied with the request, when he was arrested, and informed that he had been tried and sen tenced to be shot as a traitor. Melendrez pro tested against this summary proceeding without avail, aud at 12 o'clock the next day he was shot, and left lying 011 the plain, to be takeu and buried by his relatives. "It appears that the accusation was that Me lendrez and others wished to sell Lower Califor nia to the Americans for two millious of dollars. '"A -Beautiful, Custom. Among the French settlers iu Canada, on the lower St. Lawrence, is a very peculiar custom something like a rotden marriage iu Germany: "Whenever a venerable couple have trod the path, of life together for lifty years, they sum mon to a banquet under their roof, from every quarter of the laud, all their children and grand children, in whose presence is rcperformed the ceremony that made them man aud wife half a century before, when the feastiug aud the Hfaucing, -which continue for two or three nights together, bespeak a most heartfelt happiness as well : as gratitude; and at the expiration of every live years from that until separated by death, the aged pair continue to repeat the ceremony of publicly pledging their vows of fidelity and truth." ' A Singular Charge against a Parent. The Cincinnati Commercial says a habeas corpus, sued out by a party to recover the possession of his daughters, aged respectively seventeen anu fifteen years, from the custody ot their uncle, was heard by Judge Storer, of Cincinnati. The children refused to go with their father, alleg ing that he compelled them to steal for a living, aud whipped them when they did not do it. The father denied the charge in toto, but the girls, when confronted with him, presisted iu their statements. Judge Storer has laid the case over for further inquiry until the 14th inst., I...W-T. - . 1. . : l. 1 . ..: 1 1 a: '""" le If-iriS H'ltU tUCIl UHU1C, illlU UUCtlllC iat the father should have the liberty of visit nig therer. Au application? had been previously made to Judge Burgoyue, oil behalf of the "da'un outers, for the anooiutment of a sruardian. Utcir statements in the presence of . the court, 3euicd them, and put a few interrogations to the daughters: "Is there not family worship every evening in- iny house?" "Yes," replied she smartly,-rrhere is, and plenty of cursing and swearing after it." Judge Burgoyne said that he would appoint a guardiarr if the charges could be sustained, and deferred disposing of the application- made to him' until- the 1-51& inst. From the JS'ational Intelligencer! How bert to Preserve the Teeth. It is probable that no department of the "healing art is subjected to more frequent abuses than that relating to the treatment of the teeth and all intelligent persons should know that uu j practiser of that specially can be sateiy tru-steu whose character and professional standiug. are unknown to them. 1 would call attention to the subject because of having heard of recent abuses practised iu this city. The teeth should uever be cleaned by other than mechanical means. Any chemical agent that will act upon the tartar on the teeth will act upon and de stroy the euamel of the teeth also. Hence, al- .Dusrh the teeth may be made to look very Amvhm ix.e.l' , 1 liii lk ill t- morSf .-satT early decay ; ami patu are sare to folio w.,lu cleauing the teeth uy me chatiteat iueaua the Only cantion to be observed is that they should not be broken nor scratched, and that the tartar shall be perfectly re moved that a smooth surface shall be left, as upou a rough surface there is sure to be a fresh accumulation of tartar. To have this done i-o-mier! V it is IieCe.SSarv to obtnin tho aid riln ,.t;c;,.it hin,l with nrni-mnrs-it.! ; jm .v -, ---- l i .....v iiioi 1 umeillS. To keep tne teetn dean, when once made so a full and soft brush should be applied in a rota ry manner at least once a day, with water not very cold. As often as once a week prepared chalk may be used for a deutrilice. When more than this is needed it is best to obtain the assistance of the dentist. Charcoal, pumice stone, &c, wear away the teeth too severely, and, indistructable as the first-named is, it in sinuates itself between the gum and neck of the tooth, which latter, not being covered by en amel, soon decays when thus exposed. Filling and tiling teeth are operations which no one but an educated dentist should attempt; nor will a prudent person ever have a tooth drawn by any other hand if a dentist is near. If one is not, then let a handy and firm person, having first cut the gum well from the neck, embrace the tooth as near the root as; possible with a pair of forceps, aud extract a tooth just as he would extract a nail from a piece of furniture he would not like to injure. For such a class of teeth there is a peculiar motion in drawing; but these none but the dentist will be likely td remember. To relieve an aching tooth apply a drop or two of any essential oil or of laudan um, if you can get it into the cavitj era single drop of creosote, not around the tooth but in the cavit'; and, having done so, close up the cavity, first with a little cotton and then a lit tle beeswax. The repeated application of such a remedy will sometimes destroy the , sensaticm of the tooth, but more powcrfulgeuts for this purpose should be applied by the dentist alone. Even these are sometimes injurious to the mouth when carelessly applied. Above all, however, never trust ytur teeth (injury to which can never be repaired) to any person in whose per 1 intrlv Aim pi'oieuMiunal sU'.lI vOul entire coiinupmjt;. ji u , o have not entire Are Know nothings freemen? We frequently hear the assertion, that the Know Nothings are like other men; that some of them are honest ami patriotic, and would not knowingly do any thing to injure the coun try. This was undoubtedly the case with many of them when they joined the order. But we have ever7 reason to believe that men that have joined a society like the Know Nothings soon lose their individuality and become . only . an atom in a great mass that is fashioned aud shap ed by those over whom they ha ve no control. We know that they give up the right to act, or think, or choose, for themselves. - We fear also they have given up their conscience iiito the keeping of other men. If this .is not true, how could the Philadelphia Convention absolve them from a solemn oath. If, before that Conven tion met, they took a solemn oath to keep cer tain tilings secret, how can a resolution of that Convention absolve them from the moral obli gations of that oath? Can the I'hiladelphia Convention stand between au individual and his God? " Can that Convention forgive sins? Has that Convention the power to remove the stain of moral perjury from the soul? Are not these Know Nothiug leaders who pretend to absolve men from the penalty of au oath, blind leaders of the blind, and if they persist will they not fill into the ditch together? There has never been any other society or combina tion of men in this country that resemble the jesuits so much as the Know Nothings. Both societies have attempted to control the religion and politics of their members, both have endea vored to destroy the individuality of men, and make them feel and act like mere machines, which were to be moved by, and operated upon, by the great master or chief. Both of these societies have taught their followers that the great controling authority of their order have the rirht to decide what is best for them, aud that the individual has not the right to think or ast for himself. lioth societies teach . the doctrine that they have the right to impose unlawful oaths, and the right to absolve them when they please. Both societies act in secret, and compel tlteir members to act in a body without regard to their individual opinions ot consciences These things are recorded in his tory concerning the jesuits, they are known to be true so far as they relate to the Know Noth ings, aud we ask every thinking man to reflect aud decide if a man belongiug to such a socie ty can be trusted? He is no longer a free agent, but is moved by some hidden but con trolling power. His right of choosing, acting and thinking for himself is taken away and given to an irresponsible agent. Even his con cience is taking away and given into the keep ing of another. Federal ( Ga.) Union. A MOSQurro-rROOF bedstead The Richmond (Va.) Despatch speaks of a uewly-invented bedstead, which, in view of the mosquitoes that are to come, is one of the most useful inven tions of the year". The frame of the bedstead contains machinery at once' simple and effective, which, being wound up, will put in operation a fan or fans suspended above the sleeper. vV'hen wound up the machinery Wiff move the fans from seven to twelve hours with rapidity, regirlatcd at pleasure by the occupant of the bed', creating a brisk tii'd stirring breeze, or genf Ie,- soothing' zepftyr. The bedsteads are made at from $5 to $50. "" ..V" The "Hokevilie Express,;' published ifi Lin coln county, fias given up tlW ghost, for want of patronage. It was neutral in politics.- Singular Sfsprstttions. y Iu Berkshire, England, there - is a pb'pnlar, superstition that a ring made from a - piece of sUver collected at the Comnirmion, is a cure for - invnlsions and fits of every kind; .Another i-nrians British superstition, by way of ..charm; i.ooiirtb.rl that a silver ring .will cure vUS, if it he mada of five sixpences collected fro'rrj i. five different bachelors, to be conveyed by Ihs hand of a bachelor to a smith that is a. bachelor? -Vnne of the perso'ns who give the. sixpences nrd to know for what purpose or to whom they ga vo them. While, iu Devonshire, there is a notiorf that the kinsr's evil can be cured by wearing a rin" made of three nail's 0t screws whjcli have". - ; been used to fasten a coffin that has been dag K from out of the hurcb ard. . V'ilij&J' warts-'':AeddisryriWi".i'afl pfociired -and : tbp wnrts touched witKa gooseberry thora throagli the rni'T. nnon that little ab- cess called n sty', which is frequently Keen' ori the tarsi of the'eves, is said to remove it. In Somersetshire. England, there is a superstition? that the ring-finger stroked along any sore or woun d, will soon heal it. All the other fingrers are said to be poisonous, especially the fore-' finsrer. In Suffolk, England, nine young hiert of a parisli subscribed a crooked sixpence eacli to be moulded into n ring for a young woman . afflicted with fits. The clergy in that country are not unfrequently asked for sacramental silver to make rings of to cure falling sickness and it is thought critel fo1 refuse. There is a sintrnlar custon prevailing in some parts, of Northamptonshire, and probably there arc other, places where a similar custom practice exists,. If a female is affiicted with fits, nine pieces of silver monev and nine; three-half pennies are collected from uine bachelors. The silver monev is converted into a ring, to be worn by the afflicted person, and the three half-pennies-(i e. I3i-2d.) are paid to the maker of the ring; nn inadequate remuneration for his labor, but which he good naturcdly accepts. If the afflict ed person be a male, the contributions are levied upon females. In Norfolk a ring was" made from nine sixpences, freely given by per crv,,c! nFtiio nm .ni f a SAY and it was considered ti charni agaiiisl epilepsy. "I have seen," say? a correspondent in "Notes and Queries;" nine sixpences brought, to a silver-smith, with a re quest that he Would make them into a ring; but 13 1-2'd. was not tendered to him for making, nor do I think any three, half-pennies' are col lected for payment. After the patient had left the shop, the silversmith informed me that sncri requests were of frequent ocenrrence, and that lie supplied the parents with thick silver rings, but never took the trouble to manufacture them from the sixpences. History and Fvclry of Finger Uingx: Mi.iAxciiOi.Y and Fatal Accident. We. VPtrVII t to announce the metawuoi v tam i . Bums, a verv wortlty young man, aged ao yrnrf. It ocnurrorl ycstoriijr, tic Pleasant Hill, North'nffproii county, N C, and was caused by the accidental discharge of a pistol. It appears that on Thursday about noon, young Burns, in company with a friend had been loading a f;irge pistol, and firing, for the purpose of amusement. While the friend was ramming down the wadding, the pistol fired, aud the ramrod struck young Burns in the abdomen' near tne navel, passed entirely through him and struck a fence several feet distant. Every effort was made to save the life of the Unfortunate youth, but all was unavail ing; and lie : expired quietly and composedly yesterday morning. Deceased was well knownF in Portsmouth, having for some time past been engaged in the periodical and newspaper busi-" ness in that city. Upon the appearance of the terrible .epidemic in Portsmouth not long since, he closed his store, and repaired to Pleasant Hill, on the Petersburg .Raifroad, where he' had relatives and a host of friends, lie had, from his infancy suffered under a severe spinal affliction, vhich incapacitated him for any Other' than some light business. It will be Recollected' by our readers, that we published in the Express of yesterday, his card? to his friends and customers in Portsmouth; announcing the closing of his store at that place,;' Until the fever should abate. How little did1 he then think, that though about to escape froni the pestilence, he would so soon be hurried into' eternity bv an accident as painful to his friends' as it was unexpected to mm. x eiersouig l)Kr!T. A. reckless extravagance in expeudi-' ture i one of the characteristics of society, at' the present day. It is seldom wc meet with a.1 young man who can be said to live wiflu econo my and prudence. Almost every one is living' a little beyond his ifre6bie, and not a few cou-' tracting large debt's to be paid with expeeta- tions. This state of things is owing to the credit system; which enables' any one to live for a while at least, above' his means, and invol-' ves numbers hopelessly in debt. That system uwlO'ubtedly lias Its ad-rairtages,- as well as its evils; and it is not our purpose to condemn it' entirely. To prudent, cautions men, it is un doubtedly in some instances a; benefit. But' the abuse of it, is nndoubtedly a very great' evil. As a general rtffe,' i is" the safest 'course' for a young man starting out info the active' business of life, to avoid debt even to the sniaK lesf amount if possible. It will ever ,weigl off his spirits, clogg his energies aiid destroy' his independence and peace of mind. A man' in debt can no more feel independent, than an', empty bag can stand upright. If he cannot' dress as tine or live in as high style as others, let him deny himself, and consider it more res- pectffble to live independently thau extrav-" aga'nt'ly. , An Inoenous Device. The Sultan's favorite" dwarf, a man about 40 years 6f age, and 3 feet' hi";h, a few years ago, took a notion to .marry ami applied to the Sultan for a : wife The' Sultan gate him " permission to go into his; harem, and take thfc one whom he could kiss. The dvarf, like all Oilier men, rvvas ambitious1 to have a long wife. While, the Sultan's five hundred women, who Itnew tiie ferms according' to which fhe ihraff was permitted to choose, Were laughing at the manikin, lie went up to one of the tallest and handsomest of them and " struck- her a sudden blbw upOn' the' stomach She collapsed with the pahi, arid befWe - she-" ;coaid" recover, he caftght her by the neeK and" gave her' the ' dreaded kiss. 1 h Saltan' kept' j his word, and tlie tall beauty is u6w the liidt'li1"' er of- the dwarrs children: ; : Hi