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Kfl H f ;-3 J I I II II II LS II II I ,11 I I LS I I I I I I II I I II i .1 I 'VU.. I TERMS, S2 00 PER ANNUM, "THE NOBLEST MOTIVE JS THE PUBLIC GOOD." FAYABLE IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XX. FAYETTEVILLE, TST. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1859. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, in advance, per annum $2,00 " " at the end of the year 3,00 Single copies, five cents. No subscription will be received for less than six mouths. Tiatos of .A-tlvertissinp:. Sixty cents per square of 1G lines, or less, for the Erst, and '.50 cents for each subsequent insertion, for any period under three months. For three months, . . . '. . . $4 00 For six months, ( 00 For twelve months, 10 00 Other advertisements by the year on favorable terms. Advertisers are particularly requested to state the number of" insertions desired, otherwise they will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. J7y JOIi WORK of all k'inds executed neatly and promptly. SINCLAIR & PEARCE. lii:c-x, XOTTCES. XSTew Grocery Store. J. II. ROBERTS & Co., AT THE OLD STAND OF E. W. WILKIIGS. ' NO. 1,037. KJUHJ' .HJMNU1MJ ,IXM TE HAVE JUST RECEIVED and arp nnvr opening, which we will sell low for cash or an- TV proved paper, the following goods, viz : 500 bushels Seed Oats ; 300 sacks Salt ; lot bales Rice Straw, (fresh and in order :) 75 Dbls. Planting Potatoes; 10 do. Cider Vinejjar ; CLKMEiM' G. WRIGHT, - ATTORNEY AT LAW, "VVriLL practice in the counties of I: laden, Sainp T T son and Cumberland. Prompt attention given to all business committed to his charge. April . 1S!S. tf 7S US, .J. A. A TT ( ) UN E r AT L AW , VTTK.VDS tin; Courts of Cumberland. Harnett, V like a ud Job list on . Address, Toorncr, Harnett Co., X. C. Feb. 10. Ifi5i;. 85-y 20 40 255 100 10 5 10 10 20 20 5 5 10 100 lo. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do.' do, do. do. Pickled Herring ; .Mackerel, extra large ; Whiskey, assorted dualities : N. E. Rum ; -boss I'ork ; Jrd ( Extra Kitted ; M. Vssar's Ale ; A. A: C iieliued Sugar 1'owdered do. Crushed do. Kegs Gor-hen Cutter : do. ' Nails, all sizes : JAVY SUPPLIES 1859-60. Navy Department, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, i , March 17, 18o9- J - SEPARATE PROPOSALS, sealed and endorse "Proposals for Navv Supplies." will be received at this bureau until 9 o'clock, a. m., on Wednesday the 20th day of .April next, for furnishing and deliver ing (on receiving ten days' notice, except for biscuitj for which five days' notice shall be given for every twenty thousand pounds required) at the Unites States navy yards at Charleston, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, New York ; and Gosport, Virginia ; soW quantities only of the following articles as may bf required or ordered from the contractors by the cbi of this bureau, or by the respecting commanding oC cers of the said navy-yards, during the fiscal year? ending June 30. 1860, viz : ' Biscuit, flour, rice, dried apples, pickles, sugar, te,' coffee, beans, molasses, vinegar, and whiskey. The biscuit shall be mae wholly from sweet super' fine flour, of the manufacture of the year 1858 1859, but shall in all cases be manufactured frO- flour made of the crop immediately proceeding f 7 1-2 V 3 P. Saturday, at - ViiBMimgwn, XSOriOlK, i"ensaCOla, and at this Arrive Sunday, Wednesday, and t ridar at - 7 1-2 A. M. 1 1-2 P. M. 7 1-2 A M 11 1-2 A. M 71-2 A.M. 1-2 P. M. dates of the requisitions tor the same ; an4sball AT T O 11 K Y A T I, A W. 'an be fuiinil at the OHu-e fotmeily ocetipicd ly lr. (J illiarn, ()! 15w Street. V A Y i: T TEH L h V. , X. i. 25 Boxes Soap, assorted qualities ; J 0 do. .Starch ; 20 boxes Adamantine Candles 5 00 do. S.noked Ilei i ing ; ) do. Assorted Candy, some very line ; o00 lo. Sardines. As and 4s ; Ground Mii-lard, Ginger. Peiper, 5cc; 2 Cast's l'ruties, in Jars ; 2 do. " ' Boxes : 200:) Pounds Hams, (extra Baltimore City cured ; 70'iO do. Sides ; 3o00 do. Shoulders; i0 ;s oss ?v!utches. assorted kinds ; 25.(j!).i Cigars. I'rom common to line grades; o0 Bags Cf-ilice, ilio. Java ami Lagtiira ; te isr.8. tf LAW piiE srr.sr:i;n;Ek.- I together in t pr and st le of CAM K:;t) Count v ail Sup ri ,r ( Anson. :h Srusied to i! Aildress lioidiinu'ham Jo. V. ' M.iv 1, l.s. mo.id a; em v.-ill .1 llieroil Uieiim. .. i-: ;;ox. ,s. aotics:. iiiivin r as-oc:at-d themselves cCee Law, iiii.l' r the name " .V. .SIIA'v. , will attend the 'o'.ti'Is oi' Moore. Montu"on;erv. el Uob. -or.. Ail business cm ree;ive iri-7i- prompt -,i t ten t ion . ;i:el Si ;;w. Attorney s at Law, nd county. !N . '. Jxo. I. Sjiaw. 1 v 20 Boxes Ax'-s. assorted ; 2- Dozen Ames' Sliovids and Spades 5 do. K. i ks. assorted : u (a Bail 'irks 3 3 i ' B.J -r.a ATTORN I A AND ( )USK LLOIi AT LAW fa v i:tt i;v ill i:. x. c, okfm'K x:x.r no:m to i:t s i:mxsox vr sr. II. f. nrartire 111 the ( i.nrts oi Uooeson .. o::li l.-lll 1 1. hhio:id. n:s. Cu m ed to !ri!i. Uai-iiet t. a:i I mpt atleniioii given to all btisiue: s ontrust- ;" Doze;, Sieel Traps ; do. Cast Strel Hoes. A G R 1 ( : UJ !' Lit A L IM PLE3I EiVTS. o. A C Blows. No. 11 Plows, No. 12 Plows. No. 10 Plows ; Sub-soil Plows, all sizes ; Cutting Knives, 2 kinds and '' sizles ; Corn Shel let's ; Grain Cradles ; Wooden Hakes ; Hand Corn Mills; Fail Miils. Patent Corn Planters. We are also Agents for the sale of all implements made by the .V.-ttiouai Agriciltural I M Pb 1031 HXT ;!i!;ij).i ay. All kinds of Implements ordered for Farmi rs at New Vork prices, for cash. We have sam ple's of SIaii;-oad Brrows on hand, from which we will lui ii:.-') from 20 to 1000 if wanted, at f-hort notice. We are expecting to receive other articles, which are not enumerates above, ot which due nonce will be given in this paper when thev arrive. J. "11. ROBERTS & CO. March 12, 18.59. -in AUCTIONEER 0: f'OMMIS -ION MEK;ii F.ast Side of ( Hlk-spic Street, F a Yi: r ri:vi!.i.::. N. C. Nov J 13. In". 8 ANT, 13 23 3Z U . el ft 1 tj . deci f Favettrvi led on permanently locat ttiillv olte having in the and t BOOTS AND SHOES. are receiving a large stock of Boi ts. Shoes and Gaiters, embracing every variety of style allu re ! ICC f this pi la' c sr.nl nous braneno maimfuctiiro 111 rs his sorvi-sun-i lunding of his Pro of Mineral ensive exjen Der.ial e(!tica- Town ct.'S to the eirixeii oountrv. In nil the v; fesiou. ineiuTin-'- the Teeth, he is satisfied, after an. ex mei. to w'iiieh is added a thorough tion, '.hat he can e,ive enl ire sat isfaction ;-,s far its it i! in the powi'i- d Dentistry. All irregularities of the Teeth treated in u proper and careful man lier as well as diseases of the mouth, None 'hut the proper metals an operations. Charges Benefits of I'm made use of in the various will he moderate, that the Profession umv ho place for TT ' Jf t JO f1 TT" T 111 TIW "!T WCmT tr A T The stock was selected with -are from the best man ufactories with relerence to style and durability, which we oiler cheap for cash or to prompt paying customers. - ALSO Trunks, Oak ard Hemlock Sole Leather, Calf, Go?it, Lining and Binding Skits, with a general assortment of Shlv Findings. S. T. HAWLEV & SON. March lib dm WATCHES, OK JEWELRY, vmm, waibe. reach of all wh. d tlie tin reservation o I tji Uliee over 1 1 will be found tit 15, 18.) 8 he May may feel an interest Teeth. Mtstou's Jewelry Store, ill times, tf within in the w tie re r.N .J. 15 Y i J K O . I j AU I E II , Two Doors above C. T. Ilai-ih Son's Store, Fayetteville, X. C. Oct. 1, 1S5S. lv. C A Mil A G L FACTORY ETHAN K. f.LOVFJi 3$ AS RRTUHSED 1 -'IIOJI THE NORTH U with a hirp;(! Stock of Goods in his line, con sisting of AVaches of all kinds and prices, from SS to S100; Gold Chains of all kinds and prices; Breast Pins, Ear-Rings and Bracelets, a large stock ; Gold Lockets; Finger-Rings; Gold Pens and Pencils; Silver Spoons of all kinds; a line lot of Silver Cups, Plated Castors and Candle Sticks, Cake Baskets; Clocks, Military Goods and everything usually kept in a Jewelry Store, which lie is prepared to sell on reasonable terms. His friends and the public are invi ted to call and examine. March 1 2, 1859. -3m to the samples wnicu are Uepositeu m tne said navy yards ; shall be properly baked, thoroughly kiln-dried, well packed, and delivered free of charge to' the United States, in good, sound, well-dried, bright flour i barrels, with the heads well secured, or in air and water tight whiskey or spirit bairels, at the option of the bureau. The flour shall be equal to the best Richmond and Baltimore brands, and of the manufacture of wheat grown in the year 1S58 or 1859 ; but shall in all cases be manufactured from pure, sound, fresh ground wheat of the crop immediately preceding the dates of the requisition for the same ; shall be perfectly sweet and in all respects of the best quality ; and shall be delivered iu good shipping order, free of all charge to the United States, in the best new, well seasoned, sound, bright barrels or half barrels, as the case may be--the staves and headings to be of red oak of the best quality, strong and well hooped, with lining hoops around each head, and equal in quality to sam ple barrel at said navy-yards ; two half barrels to be considered as a barrel, and not more than one-sixth the required quantity to be in hall barrels. The rice shall be of the very best quality, and of the crop immediately preceding the dates of the re quisitions lor the same. The dried apples shall be of the best quality, and shall be prepared by sun-drying only, and of the crop of the autumn immediately preceding the dates of the requisitions for the same ; and shall be delivered in packages containing not more than three hundred pounds. The pickles shall be put up in iron-bound casks, and each cask shall contain one gallon of onions, one gallon of peppers, and eight gallons of medium cu cumbers, titty to the gallon, and the vegetables in each shall weigh tilty-seven pounds, and they only be paid for ; and each cask shall then be tilled with white wine vinegar of at least 42 degrees of strength, and equal to French vinegar ; the casks, vegetables and vinegar, shall conform and be equal in all respects to ' i the samples deposited in ihe above named navy-yards, ana tne contractors snail warrant anu guaranty that they will keep good and sound for at least two years. The iron hoops on the barrels containing whiskey, molasses, vinegar, and pickles to be well painted with red lead. The sugar shall be according to samples at the said navy-yards, and be dry and lit for packing. The tea shall be of good quality young h vson. equal to the samples at said navy-yards, and be delivered in ! jTJJjyiljQ duu , , , , , 1 , . . , of the latest styles xiie conee t-uau ue equal 10 me oesi uuua, accora- ing to sample. The beans shall be of the very best quality white beans, and shall be of the crop immediately preceding me nates or ine requisition lor tne same, 04 pounds to be taken as one bushel. The molasses shall be fully equaBrto the very best quality of New Orleans molasses, and shall be deliver ed in new, well seasoned red oak barrels, with white nine heads not less than li inch thick ; the staves not lss than I inch thick ; the barrels to be three-quarters hooped, and, in addition, to have four iron hoops, one on each bilge, li inch in w idth and 1-lGth-inch thick, and one on each chime 1J inch in width and l-16th inch thick, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed in the best shipping condition. The vinegar shall be of the first quality, equal to the standard of the United States Pharmacopaeia, and shall contain no other than acetic acid ; and shall be delivered in barrels similar in all respects to those required for molasses, with the excepeion that white oak staves and heads shall be substituted for red-oak staves and white-pine heads, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed in the best shipping order. The whiskey shall be made wholly from grain, sound and merchantable, aud be full first proof accord ing to the United States custom-house standard, and shall be double rectified. It shall be delivered in good, new, sound, bright, three-quarters hooped, well- seasoned white oak barrels, with white oak heads, the U thereof as collateral security, in addition, to p(orp nPPfpp PAVPTTPVfl 1 f its performance, and not in any event to be 1 U5 1 V HL, LAlLl I LVILLb. .nntil it is in all respects complied with ; eighty ARRIVALS ASD DEPARTURES OF THE MAILS jentum of the amount of all deliveries made will t? a. t tt- ttt by the navv annt n-ithin fl,;, ur. ; . . .. ici-naiili. f duly authenticated, shall have been preseuted to Closes - - ink forms of nrnnnsala moTT K I . , .. W"-A-RsWV. ttn . 4r "".j """"u ap- .Arrives uauj. except Sunday, at . alien is tit i 01 Lsmou in. new iubes Rehire ; Boston, New York, Philadelphia. Balti- t Woolilnf. -VT f 1 I . . . 1 - . . ': Closes Moudav. Tcord, or duplicate of the letter informing a If-A.IR tsTjor the acceptance Of his proposal, will be Arrives Tuesday. Thursday an.l Saturday, at --TO a notification thereof within the meaning of clo8e Suudmy, Tuesday and Thursday t - s6fc of 1846, and his bid will be made and accepted CHEHAW. inform ity with this understanding. a- 1 Arrives Tuesday, Thursday &n Saturday at - rCTy Offer made must be accomranied (as director! clos8 Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at - te act of Congress making: armroDriations for the ROBESON'S via U Service for 1846-'47, approved 10th umst rri8 Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at ;l b a Written guarantee, sio-ned hv o or , tlOSe8 VJ"y Wednesday and Friday at - OOsibie persons, to the effect that he or they under- I . . -BaT"o1y'ville via Suinmenille, S that the bidder Or bidders will, if hi r th-ir hbl naay. Wednesday and Friday at - - 8 i , . . . ... ; mioses 1 uesaay. 1 nursduy and Saturdav at - - S --tiu auu ouuiucut Duiciico, iu mruisu LUC tsuu- I A . . -JT 1-2 A. M guarantee required by law; the competency of the ! Arrives Tuesday at - - 5 P. m guarantee to be ceriinca oy ine navy agent, district closes Wednesday at . .....5 1.2 a. m. attorney, or collector of the customs. j INI-A.GrOlL.I.. The attention of bidders is called to the samples : Arrives Tuesday at ------- 2 P. M. and description of articles required, as, in the inspec- j doses Tuesday at - -- -- - .2 do. tion for reception, a just but rigid comparison will I -EUizabetlitown via ITez-e'bin.tlxe. -rnves ivionaay at - THE X0RTII CAJI.0L1XIAX.- FAYETTEVILLE, N. U. 1 A. 1-2 P. C s ,P. 5 1-2. A. la )TmRri. I 11 f Dn.rpn.il w 1 1 1 nnt tto nhl 1 o-atrrl In . i w.. t.. - . full v eaual in ouality. and conform in size and shaneTT5" P'. U,"CB!! "ec-u.npanicu Mftt- SWIiT? -Isr.L3X l A. Ji ' M. . P. M. 1-2 A. M. via t C) T1" ItOSK. P. M be made between the articles offered and the sample and contract, receiving none that fall below them ; i and their attention is also particularly directed to the joint resolution of 27th March, lb54, and to the act of the IQth Jlugust, 1846. Mareh 26. 1859. -4t. 7 5 1-2 P. M. A. M. Sank of Nortli Carolina.. BOOKS of subscription to the Capital Stock of the Bank of North Carolina will be opened at the Office of1 the Western Railroad Company, on Fri day April 1st. aud will be kept open according to the provisions of the charter lor the space of sity days. GEORGE McNEILL, W. McL. McKAY, ' JOHN M. ROSE. Fayetteville, April 2. (tf ) Commissioners. NEW GOODS ? NEW GOODS SS XOl Sum A 1 iVi 33 1 'KSPS CiMis'.antlv on hau.l a lar assortment of N'ehiclcs of cverv deseriniion. w'.r.ch are well ami faithfully made and fciishcd in the i.kjutkst and nkatkst stvle. Hi- faeililies lor doing carriage worlv a re t hk h '"ir blcr able terms.. Nov. 13. Is i:k.vt'.-:u 1 cs liim to 1 a : 1 sell A XV KST.USI.ISilMKXT )lf. .his work on the nio-t l'avor- tf Ja iiis kyi.i: is T f "T (C '" 3 OF ',v nr. r.n !xc a ' 3 vr- cl J. A. TI;3iO:51TOX W IKi;i:iVIXC liis Stock of Spring and tinier C.ooas, embracing all the newest and latest styles of the season. l'.ujiks' i.:ess goods. (Jro Deuhine. l'oublesay. and Kobes Ales bilks, a 1 .great variety of Tissues. Grenadines and Organdies, in i Robes. Dalila. Kosati. Leonora. A?LaHeine, and A Iimperatrice 1'atti-rns. with plates showing the styles of making up the same, aud trimmings to cor- j respond wilh each dress. 1 Embroideries and Lace Goods of all styles, Lncc j Point:', 1 Mantles. Rerage Mantles and bhawls, a lew very handsome new styles Silk and Stella do. STv? A V GOOS FiiMieli Lace. Neapolitan. English Straw and Crape Bonnets of the latest designs. Miss, s and Childreus' Flats, Ac, of very superior lality. A very large assort ment of Rouiict and Saii Ribbons. French Flowers, Ruehes. &c. A few very handsome Head Dresses, French Hair Pius, .vc. A verv large and well selected stock of Ready- Made Clothing, some of which was manufactured ex prcs-!y for on - trade, and will compare in style and workmanship with any in this market. A few very handsome children's dresses aud talmas made up, &c. vorv superior lot of French Calf HOOTS, Oxford French Gaiters and All of which will e 0!i-red hv Y !l -Srs-i ,...! j as low a- the same q-talHy can be had in th;s State March 1n'-!. " Likely TsTouir ITosrocs V7 rented. G ENTLEMEN. vil me at 1- avett-.'vule a - p F exceeding hi .March in. .1 w You that lmvo such property to dis do well to give in- a eali. 01 'address it is well understood that I pay iii prices. JOHN O. ARMSTRONG. f.mo's A Ties. Gaiters. &c. Ea ies Heel Siinpiu's of every description. 3Iisscs and Children's Gators and Slippers. Ac. In the above Stock may be found all the latest and most desirable Spring styles. The public generally are invited to cail and examine for themselves J. A. PEMBERTON. March 12, lt.',9. -Cw heads to be made of three-piece heading, and well painted ; the staves not to be less than jj-inch thick, and the heads not less than 4-inch thick ; and each barrel shall be coopered, in addition, with one three penny iron hoop on each bilge lh inch in width, and 1-lGtk inch thick, and one three penny hoop on each chime, 1 inch iu width, and 1-I6th inch thick, as per diagram. The whole to be put up in good shipping order, free of all charge to the United States.- All the foregoing described articles, embracing casks, barrels, half-barrels, and boxes, shall be sub- .1 ject to such inspection as the chief of this bureau may 1.1 A . . . . .' direct, ine inspecting omcer to ue appointed by the Navy Department. All inspections to be at the place of delivery, before bills are signed therefor. The prices of all the foregoing articles to be the same throughout the year, and bidders may offer for one or more articles. All the casks, barrels, and half-barrels, boxes or pnekages, shall be marked with their contents and the contractor's name. All the barrels and half barrels of flour, bread, and pickles, (-hall have, in ad dition to the above, the year when manufactured or put up. marked upon them. The samples referred to in this advertisement are those selected for the ensuing fiscal year, and have no reference to such as have been previously exhibited. The quantity of these articles which will be re quired cannot be precisely stated. They will proba bly be about To be offered for. 1,800,000 lbs. 1,400 bbls. 250,000 lbs. 150,000 lbs. 150000 lbs. 235,000 lbs. 25,000 lbs. 25,000 lbs. 7,000 bush. 20.000 gals. 22,000 gals. 50.000 arals. TliM ..nontHtoc of onrr r.r all mV be lllCrtaSCtt diminished as the service may hereafter require. The contracts will therefore be made, not for specific qnal- Biscuit Flour Rice Dried apples Pickles Sugar Tea Coffee llcans Molasses Vinegar W his Key per 100 lbs. per bbl. per lb. per lb. per fl. : per lb. per lb. per lb. per bush per gal. per gal. pergai. or J. C. POE HAS AND WILL RF.CEIVR in a few days tie largest and most thorough stock of ever offered to the public by him. In his stock will be found and showed with pleasure in part the fol lowing goods : Rich Rtack and Farcy Colored SILKS ; Double Jupe Hobes ; Kobe AHtuille, Kobe A'Les in Iterates, Organdies, Muslins, &c. KOUE-A-LA-DUCHEESE ; "ROBES VALENTINE; . Organdies, Ginghams. Lawns and Musi nsof all styles and Qualities ; A great variety of English, French and American Prints, Alpaccas, Cliallies, Debages, Borages, Bombazines, &c. Collars and Sleeves ; also, in sets for Mourning Swiss and Jaconet Edgings. Insertings and Bands. A large stock of together with Mioses and Children's Flats ; Head-Dresses, Ribbons, Ruches, Flowers, Parasols, Fans, Umbrellas, Bonnets &, Hats. GREAT STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. The above comprises but a small portion of the j stock, which was selected in Philadelphia and New York with reference to the Latest Spriug Styles, and will be sold to customers on good terms. J. C. POE. March 1 2, 1859. -fiw Closes Tuesday at i r i i r, ad j : x. i1 1 r t 7 . Arrives Tuesday at - - - - - 1 A. M Closes Sunday at 1-2 P. ij . ,o- J. E.BRYAN. P. M. April 2. 1S59. THE UNDERSIGNED J0 XS now receiving and opening his usual jgr -- Spring and Summer supply of j;7;; Kcady-Madc Clothing. 4 i He ha taken great pains in selectinsr these Goods, aud as he is a PR ACTIO NAL JUDGE, he is confident that his stock will compare with any in the mar ket. His different houses in New York have displayed great taste in getting up their supplies for this season, and he be lieves 'le hall le able to please anyone that will favor him with a call. His stock consists of Fine Dress and Frock Goats, Alpacas, Drab-de-ta, Tricots. Bu siness Silk Mixture Gassimere, White Duck. Marseilles and Linen, of ail de scriptions ; Fine Black and Fancy Cas si mere Pants, Drab-de-tas, Tricots and Linen of every grade and style ; Black, Fancy and Spring silk Vests. Linen and Fine White Marseilles. A full supply of Youth's and Boys' Clothing, sizes from S years to 18 years : Yoke-neck Shirts (Linen and Marseilles bosoms,) Goss. Merino Undershirts, Drawers, White and Colored Kid Gloves. Ditto silk and Lisle Thread Gloves ; Stocks ; White, Black and Fancy Cravats ; Hosiery ; Trunks, Valines aud Carpet Bass. Any of the above Goods will be sold reasonably for cash, or to those who pay their bills ou the 1st of January and 1st of July. A. J. WOODWARD, oxk rnicu clothing stoke. Two Doors below Hinsdale's Drug Store March 20. Market Square. 4t MORE NEW GOODS!! I f AM JL ST RECEIVING MY SPRING STOCK OF GOODS i in my line. 1 hey were selected in the JL,iJD FOR SALE. TOIIN T. GILMORE, now offers J for sale a portion of his swamp lands in the county of Cumberland, about 14 miles below Fay "etteville, and about IJ miles cast of the Cape Fear River. The entire swamp has been successfully drained of the large body of water by which it was heretofore covered. The land is apparently level, being free from ridges (which are so common to swamp lands generally) whilst there is an abundance of fall, by which the rain water cau be carried oil' by ordinary ditches. A small portion of the land has been in cultivation about 7 years and those persons who have seen the crops, regard the land as equal in fertility to any they have seen in this state or elsewhere. The location is healthy, the neighborhood good, and the access to Fayetteville and' Wilmington easy by means of a good' road lh miles in length leading directly to the river. Besides this, it is within 3 miles of a beautiful little village, upon a high and healthy Bluff, at the river, with a Store, Ware-house and first rate landing. All which afford many conveniences to the neighborhood. As several persons have spoken of purchasing, this is deemed a proper time to call their attention to the subject, in as much as there is a crop now growing upon a small portion of the land, by which they can judge of its production. ""Reasonable terms will be given to the purchaser. Sept. 10, 1858. tf SAN FORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR ! Prepared toy Dr. San ford, COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUNS, n s ONE OF THE REST Purgative and Liiver U Medicines now before the public. Northern Cities liv myself, -with creat esire. and bnuirht on the most rensonnble terms, by whieh I am enabled to oilvr the lurest stock I ever be fore offered to the public, and to offVr them generally AT GREATLY K EDUCED FRUITS PIUCES. RAISONS. FIGS. PRUNES. CHERRIES. APPLES. I.KMOXS. ORANGES. CURRANTS. &c TO SPORT M N AND OTilEUS. These Clums remove all morbid or bad matter from the system, supply ing in their place a heal thv flow of bile, invigo Ijftt'ng the stomach, caus ing food to oigest well, Puriiymg tne JJlood, giving tone and health to the whole machinery, removing the cause of tlie disease effecting a radical cure. rtillious attacks are cured, and, what is bet ter, prevented by the occasional use of the Liver Invigerator. ' One dose after eating ia . a r i- . 1 : .. tities, but for such quantities the stomach and nrevent quire to be delivered at tuose navy-jaiu ' --.i' " Vj? ' th rA vm n,i Contractors not residing at the places wnere ueiv- eries are requited, must establish agencies at such ounng. places, iaai no uemv mv -i - t , retiring rrevents night- anu wnen cuinm-ii f-""-j-- 'm the Chief ot tneiiu- , , , shall be authorized: l7 one uose I-.,:-Al ."!.-... In s.irmlv the deficien- I "ngbt loosens tne bow- 10 uueci, F'""13"'" ' " - .v.-' u . 1 els irentlv. and may be required ; lv to comply with a requisition, reau of Provisions and Clothing TOBACCO! TOIMCCO!! fTE Ut:zr t :jSi'.".i'T5.V Vi STORE a pood supply of Tobacco ot various brands, at Manufactu rers' prices. GOLDSTON & FULLER. March' 25. 1S"0. Smo's II AVE a large lot of Double and Single Barrel 'Shot (lillls. Ilillih'.o nir.1 Sin'rln n l?';flf.c. l-;c- : ' .ol a'' m 'kcrs ; sporting implements of every kind : at Nc-.v York prices. Jobbing of all kinds in the '-jut smith hue promptly attended to bv Nov. 27, 1858. -f,m M.'a. BAKER. cy, under the penalty to be expressed in the contract : j 1 g ;en 1 I y t he record of a requisition, or a duplicate copy thereof Cw"c','fps-. .,f i, ii..v-in nf Provisions ana iioiiuuk, vi chum.. of the navy-vards aforesaid, snail cures be evidence that j Ei I ME. LIME. ff Casks of LIME just received in good order ,UU and lor sale by March 2G. 4t J. H0LL1NGSW0RTII. w " I immamniir uur-crioer navuisr been annointed Com mi s- ftthnr ;n ho e;A, . .. r , r 1-- - 1 i-anu nunc uninc- , s!'Rr- to sU a Slave by the name of Jack, Priv as practicable a wc.uu.j.ng 10 the estate of Hector McNeill, deceased. i, ' ft,. win ell th saS.i llPPn to th liio-hpvit Vtblor of . . " Court One dose taken after each meal will cure dys- 1 1 or,ri vnf.ivMl. pepsia. man one urncie is cuummiu .u t. t i,, ida i-iirht. fn accent one or more of the articles contained in such offer, and reject tne 1 Onlv one dose immedi ately relieves colic while 0 EH 4 (4 0 (!) H H ti H hi One dose often repeated is a sure cure for Cholera Morbus and a preventive of Cholera. Only one bottle is needed to throw out of the sysiem the effects of medicine after a long sickness. One bottle taken for Jaundice removes all sal lowness or unnatural col or from the skin. One dose taken a short time before eating gives vigor to the appetite and makes the loi,d digest well. One dose, often repeat ed, cures Chronic Diar- Irhcea iu its worst form, j while summer and bowel 'complaints yield almost , jto the first dose. j A few bottles will cure Dropsy by exciting the absorbents. We take pleasure in recommending this med icine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, and all Fevers of a BilliousTjpe. It op erates with certainty aud thousands are willing to testify to its wonderful virtues. PICKLES. JELLIES AND PRESERVES, A GREAT VARIETY: PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OK VARIOUS KINDS; Fancy Soaps and Pomads ; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FIDDLES, DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES. BANJOS, GUITARS, &c. W liking Canes of every knd ; BASKET AND WfLLO.IV WARE; Hobby Horses. &e : NUTS; FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SVRDINF.S; FINE CIGARS ; SMOKING A X D CHEWING TOBACCO : CRACKERS; FINE POCKET KNIVES: A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PORT-.M ON A I ES. SOME VERV NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS ; AN ASSORTMENT OF INDIA RUBBER GOODS. WH IPS. COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. ' The public are respectfully invited to call and examin my stock. I have a great many handsome things tbat cannot fail to please. JAMES R. LEE. April 2, 1859. -tf Hotel Building. OX the 23rd ult.. from the employ of Alvan U. Jones, of Harnett County, two Negro Girls, named Mar garet and Lliza. purchased bv me from said Jones and others. Marga ret is a dark Mulatto, about 15 years Jj&h, of age, medium size, handsome figure. hair rather straight and long, thin1 visage and some what down look, iiza is of same complexion, about 13 years of Sge, not well grown, and resembles the other, who is her sister. It is probable that they may attempt to pass as free, or place themselves under the care of some person, with the hope of escaping to some placa where they may live in idleness. A reward of TEN DOLLARS each, will be paid for their apprehension and elivery to me, if arrested in this or liarnett County, by any one not suspected t'f having induced them to runaway, or for their con finement in the jail of anv other county in this State, or FIFTY DOLLARS each, if caught out of the State, and confined in any Jail, so that I can get them. I). McDIARMII). Cumberland County, N. C, March 2G, 1859. -4t NOTICE TO TntPEYmE DISTILLERS AXD OTHERS. T" AM fnllv nrosirtit In malro nr rPTViir Tin.'PKV. A TINE STILLS; WHISKEY STILLS, or do any ! Jians here to the champion of national indepen Kind ot hneet iron work, at the lowest prices. Call and see for yourselves at Popular Sovereignty vs. Squatter Sov i ereignty. ' Fopular Sovereignty means the right of the people in a Territory to frame their own Con stitution, and when framed, to ratify or reject it. If ratifiied, and accepted by Congress, it I becomes the supreme law of a sovereign State ; and if it abolishes of prohibits slavery sneh ; being the will of a majority of the sovcreigh people of a State Congress will have no right to intervene, for the State must tiijoy its rights ' rights admitted and sanctioned by Congress in accordance with federal Constitution. But squatter sovereignty is a very different thing. It demands the right of the first mob of squatters in a Territory whether few ot many to exercise not only the sovereign but he tyranniealnuthoritj of. excluding persons piuvi ij ivy in iuc puuuu uuisiaillj Hi ! defiance of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution of the United States ; and the only argument in its favor is that the Territo rial Legislature may tax or exclude whiskey which is no argument at all, or at best merely pot-house or bar-room logic. The best illustration is a partnership of three men In business. They sign an agreement that the privileges and profits shall be equal. Iu process of time they fall into the habit of deci ding matters of policy by voting on them the majority ruling. But soon A. and B. resolve to exclude C. from an equal share of the profits, and vote accordingly, notwithstanding the written agreement, or Constitution. Would C. submit ? No ! The partnership would inevitably be dissolved. This is the whole matter in a nutshell. And if "Mr John For ney," or Mr. any-body-else attempts to get up a sectional party on that basis, it will be a miserable failure. Southern JSlomtor. The Doom ok the World. The North Brit ish Review, discoursing on the doom of tho world, has the following remarks ; " What this change is to be, we dare not even conjecture, but we see in the heavens themselves some traces of destructive elements and some indications of their power, the frag ments of broken planets the descent of meteor ic stones upon our globe the whirling comets wielding their loose material at the solar sur face the volcanic eruptions in our own satelitc the appearance of new stars and disappear ance of others are all foreshadows ot that impending convulsion to which the system of the world is doomed. Thus placed on a planet which in to be burned up, and under heavens which are to pass away ; thus residing, as it were, on the cemeteries, and dwelling upon iho mausoleums of former worlds, let us learn the lesson of humility and wisdom, if we have not been already taught iu the school of revela tion." Was it Noah's Ahk? Antiquarians and geologists and naturalists answer the question we have put above, to accompany the following fact If you can : A few days ago, as two colliers were work ing coal in a pit in the neighborhood of Bath gate, Linlithgowshire, Eng., they were astonish ed, on breaking a large piece of coal, to see a living frog skip nimbly from it. The niche iu which it had lived was perfectly smooth, aud of the exact shape of the frog. The hind legs of the animal arc at least twice as long as thoso of an ordinary frog, the fore legs almost gone. It is of a beautiful bronze color. It leaped briskly about the moment that it was liberated from its dark abode. How many generations it may have been shut up from iiglit and air it is impossible to say '. certain it is that although diminutive in form, and with great brilliancv of eye, it is a very antedilifvian looking customer. It inspire?, us with a kind of fear to be brought into contact with a living being that has, in all probability, breathed the same air as Noah, or disported in the same limpid stream in which Adam bathed his sturdy limbs. ir, Y", News. Total Ddprayity. The following horriblo tale is from the St. Louis Democrat. Bead and shudder : " At Mayer's bdarding house, on the East side of Second street, between Poplar and Al mond, an unusual merry wedding came off on Tuesday night and the dance was prolonged till past one in the morning. The bride and groom then repaired to their apartment, but horrible vista! the bed and bedding had been tacrille giousiy stolen from the nuptual bedstead I Some vindictive wretch had gaintd felonious ingress at the rear, and effected a robbery un paralled in the history of matrimony. It is conjectured, that so fell vengeance could only have been devised and executed by some dis appointed lover of the bride. " ' Lives there a man with soul so dead, Who never to himself bath said The scamp who stole that britial bed Deserves to live and die unwed, With maidens old to punch his head !" The Italians of New York propose to open a subscription througout the LTnited States to offer to the King of Sardinia a swoard, the hilt of which shall consist of a small status of Italy, iu pure California gold, as a tribute of sympathy and admiration offered by the Ita- Nor. 27, 1838. -Gm M. A. BAKER'S. NEW GOODS. T rm-thn-ith notified, ana as contract will be transmitted to hich contract must be retnrnea .i.. nvAimicp nf the time IIr 1 rr, .0-.-.- - - ... jgg DUreaU WlllUIl ICU UJS, IlO'lse mor 111 1 imTnor rn f (rt ,1 .i ,r , 1. O '? 1 , , . : : f Tio TYia.ll- ! d-ivofM-.w ia-n V-.jT A required Tor tne regular irauiuioiwi w . 18,')9' ?a a,cred,t of SIX months, the pur- i wo or more approved sureties, in a sum equal to the estimated amount of the respective contracts, wui be required, and twenty per centum in addition will be withheld from the araouut of all payments oo c- and bidders whose pi oposals are accepted i AH who use it are giving their unanimous testimony froat MACIXTYRE is receiving a general assort ment of Imported and Domestic UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, BONNETS, HATS BLOOMERS, SHOES, BOOTS cy- GAITERS, Bryse's Cast Steel Boxing and Timber Axes, Turpentine Hacks. Scrapers and Dippers, Cast steel Weeding Hoes, a large lot of Table Cutlerv. Knives and For us, POCKET Knives, Scissors ; FINE IMPERIAL TEA, Loaf Sugar, Spices, Mace. Cloves, Nutmegs, Ac, &c. New Orleans Molasses and Pure Syrrup; an assortment of Riding aui Driving Whips, from the American Manufacturing Co. of Whips. Purchasers of these i Whips will save time and money and be sure to be in Fayetteville, March 25th. tf. CnaSer iriVl tl r 1,,-lIllt ;inl nnr.rnru1 cnn r-Hvr UfciMJ AM1N b . SHAW, Comis r price advr. $2 10c. March 26, 1859. -it in its favor. . Mix water in the mouth with the Invixorator, and swallow both tegether. Price One Dollar per bottle, TJoil-nnn,! f .-mr,. De. Sanfokd, Proprietor, No. 345 Broadwav, N. Y. ; A KaUrOaQ UOlltraCtOrS. Retailed by all Druggists. Sold also bv JUST RECEIVED Dr. S. J. HINSDALE, ! -j WHEELBARROWS, light and strong, for Dr. J. N. SMITH, 1UW the Railroad. For sale by Fayetteville, N. C. D. & W. McLAURIN. jfarcb- 26, 1868. ly April 2. 4w dence in Italy The Neapolitan exiles explain their conduct on board tho ship David Stuart. They say that they simply threatened tho captain with law proceedings if he took them to America against their consent. They are being liberally provided for by the public. The London Times recommends a public subscription in their be half. Five of the young men lately arrested in Ireland for connection with the Phoenix Club, are being tried for treason at Tralee. They are charged with consnirincr to subvert the Con stitution of the country and establish in Ireland a democratic republic, with ramincations France and America. Timps no-nin refers to the faulting States in the United States, giving a resume of their present position to prevent the public being deluded by the constant nourishes of their Governors. The London Times in an editorial on Buch anan's message to Congress, asking power to employ the army and navy for the Protection of American rights on the Isthmus and m Mexico, thinks the President has good grounds r,- i,;e vnnstnlations. and endorses his arga- j ments, but points them against Democratic in stitutions. in cle- el