Tin: no-til r. kolimw. i
War in Europe.
Victor Emanuel, the Kin?; of Sardinia, is the
i T'TRr Y ViORXIXr:, AI'IUL 9, IS-' D best sovereign in Europe. His is the only con
C,AU'" . . . -. j stitntional kindly government on the Continent.,
' LOCAIj NEWS, j and the people under his care seem duly aware
jiiroKTKD wkeklv to); TiiK NonTii cAKOLi.MAM of liis worth and confident in liis patriotism.
::::::- At one time it was stated that the question of
"Lwv Loving and Law Abiding Com- war in Europe turned on the loan he sought,
Our Claims on Spain.
It appears from a report which has been
made on the subject, that the United States
claims on Spain are quite immense, and are
mostly for loss and damage accruing from the
capture and condemnation of merchant vessels.
Some of these claims reach back as far as 1814.
Although the principle that indemnity should
be made under certain conditions, establishing
the fairness of each claim of this class, has been
repeatedly conceded, thua far no payment bas
been made, owing in part, says the document,
to the frequent changes in the Spain Ministry
and colonial government, and some oilier causes.
tlifi-p I of .-2 000 OliO t ennnnrt its pt ncndituTCS.
: 'omni,:tv North or South- of Mason ! Ile fai! ' Paris to obtain the loan ; but he
not a commU; ' - , - 0, :1, tl'i appealed to his people, and forthwith thene
and Dixon's hue, wn.ch reveres or abide, the , & ,1,
laws of the land witii more eagerness than do The causes of war are abundant with an
t : ..1 1, .? r.f 1Ih town rf F:l Vf-ttP V:Mp ! Ttiili-in Priien m.I ' I . f Tnnnnnl 1 1 . tliP
, WPf.,lt deal we know but. ,t ! power of making it. It was said in the Umise I'e c a' ?ut' 'n .lJe grega e t0 ap
the same time, let one who has the leisure ai.cl'r0 Lor,ls iu England, that 'as in the P?wer
, ' . . of o-ie man to determine whether it should ex
inelinatiou to do so, compare the population of ; j5tnienilig. the Km.)crur Xpoleon III. But
this with uvy other town, produce the police; X;ipoleoii has transferred this power to Victor
llecord and our word for it, the truth of this , Emanuel In his letter to Sir Francis Head,
statement will be firmly established. It is due
to our estimable Mayor atr.l Commissioners that
the public abroad as well as at home, should
be apprised of the manner in which the muni
cipal affairs of our town are conducted. It
gives us pleasure to .state that at: no other peri
od have the affairs of our town been managed
better than they now are. With such a gen
tlemen at the helm as our Mayor, the citizens
of Fayctteviile may feel assured that all is
we think, he says that he has only bound him
self to assist the Sardinians against Austria.
This is likely to be quite encouragement enough
for Sardinia. A general who cannot get up a
war which he desires, and assert and prove
himself to be the party aggressed upon, is vastly
deficient in strategy. Victor Emanuel has
been desiring and preparing for a war with
Austria for years. It is now iu his power to
make it, with France to support him, against
the old oppressor of Italy. Has he not causes ?
We think Signor IJro.'ferio, in the debate in
Chamber of Deputies, has correctly stated the
Signor Tirofferio made a short and showy
speech. He declared it idle to investigate
wherther Austria provoked Piedment, or Pied
" 'Do you know," said he, " who are, and
where are the provokers? The provocation
for us is that two-headed eagle which stands
the frost did considerable damage to the crops
in this sect ion,
luring the middle of the week.
Hoses. This is perlups the bst time to
plant, iu the whole year ; they start at once
into growth, no frost to injure them.
Had tne person who perpetrated the above
bit of advico to horticulturists and others, paid
n visit to this place on Tuesday night last, h
would have becavery pdtngly convinced of on the Austrian banner ; the provocation for
the error into which he has fallen. U'e fear Austria is in the tliree colors that illuminate
ours. tne provocation 01 Austria is in tne
laws and measures with which she presses upon
the Italians ; the provocation of Piedmont
consists in our fr-e institutions, our free press,
our free rostrum. Let it be said, then, that
Austria continually provokes us, that we con
tinually provoke Austria, and that this mutual
provocation will endure, infinite and immense,
until the great question be solved either by the
triumph of right or at the point of the sword.''
We think that here is cause euouirli for a
Tin: fre.shct in the river has no doubt detained; war, to last so long as it be necessary to rid
Italy of Austria. How did Austria get her
provinces in Italy ? 15y force of arms. May
she not, then, be ejected by the same means ?
And what principle of duiv will forbid the
all bought in 1 leading sovereign of Italv. if he has the power.
this lnarkci. 1 from boldly striving to drive the military des-
! potism of A ustria out of his country ? All the
Si:ilIors Assu-i.T i;y a Ik -:k i-::ito. A: King of Sardinia has wanted, is the support of
free negro uaai..-d Kit lluii'.ua!), committed an : another European nation, powerful enough to
"We had begun to be a little certain about hav
ing a good supply of Fruit this Summer but
fear our expectations will not be fully realized.
Stf.amku J. II. II.it'JinoN. Wo learn that
this Uoul has not yet passed down the river.
She has been expected for the past five days.
her, as we learn some of tiie dams arc damaged.
Siie has a cargo of 1,000 I. bis Flour which will
be in great da.iger of musting ; also, 2o0 bales
Cotton. The Cotton han been
assault mv;n a white ma;
this town, 011 the afternoon
We learn th.it they were in
when a d'ilie:;!:;- oevurrc 1 !):.'
resulted iu Kit giving Itamsay
named II tiiHiy, near
he has in Fiance.
ward of $500,000. Besides these, there are
claims for the seizure of the Black Warrior,
$540,000, part of which has been paid ; of
John S. Thrasher for $350,000, who involved
in political questions in Cuba, was imprisoned,
condemned and sent to Spain. Mr. Thrasher
was released by the Queen of Spain soon after
his arrival. The United States Mail Company
claim $19,000 for damages to steamer Crescent
ordered to leave, without landing mails or
passengers, because William Smith, obnoxious
to the Cuban Government, was on board ; and
the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions
present a claim for damages which they have
sustained in their property, in consequence of a
proclamation that religious worship, other than
accordant with the Roman Catholic faith and
rites, would not be tolerated ntider the Spanish
It is time these claims were settled after the
fashion of General Jackson's negotiations with
France in 1835. Cin. Enquirer .
Property iv Indiana. A report submited
to the Indiana Legislature by the Committee
of Ways and means shows that the value of all
the real property of the State is $458,000,000,
an increase since 1848 of $199,092,110. Much
of tiiis increase is attributed to the various
railroads of the State, which cost only $30,
000,000. Gold Productions of the California Mines.
All accounts from California go to cou8rm
the beflef that the yield, instead of falling off,
is surely 011 the increase. The late remittances,
all told, were about two millions of dollars :
and this repeated every two weeks. The mines
were never more productive and paying better
thau at present the great facilities for obtain
ing the gold, by the introduction of improved
machinery, adding vastly to the profits. The
miners contend that their r3old mines will yield
with more certain regularity than the wheat
fields ot the Eastern States, from the fact that
they are inexhaustible, and will continue to
turn out just as much gold for a century as at
present, and are not dependent for their yield
upon sunshine or showers. The annual produc
tions from 1856 to 1858 were about the same,
but are now on the increase. There is no doubt
of the precious metal being there, scattered
oa tiie iie,:o Willi
was arretted ami placed
not expected to live.
en them, which
a severe blow
heavy weapon. Kit
We are satisfied that nothing can prevent war broadcast over the country, and nothing is
in Europe but Napoleon drawing back from his j wanting to double the product but an increase
id position with Sardinia. If he keep it,
the King of Sardinia will do the rest, and war
is inevitable. Chart. Ale r airy
W e learn that our friend
Cornet IJand L-.ve receive;
students of I
during ; ;i: ,n-:;i
nesdav, Vie L i
al'l'a iigemea t s
at David inn th
the horde; s of
tui'l high toned
' 1 1 -t.
e v ca
, re.-. 1
f the L i Fayette
1 call from tiie
to fui nish music
isic'.i beg.ns 011 ed
V e tiaiat su.w.-aetory
be eon.-.itmmiled by the
e can assure our IViend-i
P. ot ii:.a a ii.iiiU
State which can fun
2?" Mr. Joseph C. Lovejoy, of Boston, has
addressed a letter to his brother, Owen Love-
VTho Ave Our Largest Cotton Planters? J"'- ti,e notorious Abolitionist, and member of
A few davs since aparagraph was published. ! Congress from Illinois, in reply to a recent
-iviirr some account of the cotton crop of Col. I sl,ePch of tliC Iatter "P011 " tl,e fanaticism of
llo:u, of Georgia, which amounted last year to i the-DemocraHc party." This letter occupies
2 1 Oi bales, and was the largest sen to market i over Uvo columns in the Washington Union.
by any planter of that State. A Vidalia cor-1 1,1 ,l Mr- Lovejoy says that his "convictions
respondent of the Natchez Free Trader, contrasts ! ut the present time are, not only that the slave-
lanters of Mississippi and Louisiana with ! "ymtMS avu a complete vinuicaiion 01 meir
the Georgia ceb-brity, as follows :
" There are half a dozen planters in Concor
dia p-ari.-h and Louisiana, as also many more in
t j : 1 1 1
present position, but they are entitled to be
looked upon as benefactors to the country, and
! to the human race." Farther on he says, " it
si-sippi, tiiat make a tar higiier niarii tnan v-",,,,"u J- uv.ii.cu "iv iu" u. s.aicijr iu.ia
Nvit to make a thing invidious, wo name 11,1 ti,rough the Bible ; it was stamped upon
V. Davis, Esn ., Concordia parish, who ! ine entire History ol the Jewisu nation, ana up
c o t to
there, chalks uj) several
:e a i 1 exec
Jl'D:k Ili;.r!i '
on Sat iiiilay ami S.
Stcamm' F o.a M(
Eliz ibetlitowii, wiie:
a. 1 1 s
i's genlicni-iu was :n town
h'.aili last. He left jier
D.-mild, on Monday, for
e the Superior Court for
f load-n was held this week.
ive 2 c 3.1".
In consetpiei cc of t!-e inimense fall of rain
on Saturday and Sabbath hist, the Cape Fear
1 e r 1 i
part of the ;
present season, in-
ieed, it was thought to iiavo been fuller on ;
Monday last, than for some years previous. We
fear that considerable damage has been done
to the loks and dams above this place, altho'
the amount and extent cannot be ascertained
till the water assuages to its usual depth.
?ir' We have seen some card writing ex:cu
ted by Master Win. J. Woodward ; it is cer
tainly neat and chaste, and with a little prac
Woodward will make
liFiacioi s. The Presbytery of Fayctteviile
'is n w in session at the Lumber Bridge Church.
On Thursday morning an able sermon was de
livered by the retiring .Moderator, Ilev. Martin
Mcdbieen, of the "2d Church, Wilmington.
Subject--"The Kingly Office of Christ.7' The
Presbytery then convened, and Kcv. Jas.
Sinclair of Smyrna, was elected Moderator.
We have before us copies of the four British
Ilcviews, and Blackwood's Magazine. These
arc stain lard works, no cue should be without
them. Now is an excellent time to subscribe.
For prices see advertisement of L. Scott fc
Co., on our fourth page.
In Blackwood for March are two articles
one on Napoleon III, the other on Italy
which are well worth the yearly price of the
Magazine, besides other articles of interest.
llrssi-.i.'.s Magazine. An excellent number
of this, Southern work is before us.
The Noutii Carolina Planter. This in
valuable guide for the farmer, contains excel
1 bales above the Georgia planter ; so
Marshall, in the State of Louisiana,
in that State alone more than 3,500
so docs John ltouth, Eq , of Hard
Times, full as much, if not more ; so did Frede
rick Stanton, Esq., but a few weeks deceased,
raised 1,5?00 bales this year
parish and even more than this figure iu 1858
all in Louisiana ; and there are numerous
others that come up, or nearly so, to the Geor
gia highest knot. For instance, L.gR Marshal',
residence Natchez, a planter in three States
Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, is more
than a -4,000 bale producer : so is Dr. Stephen
Duncan more than a o.OOO bale grower in the
State of Mississippi, beside being an opulent
planter of more than 4,000 bales in all. The
great estate of the two princely planters of this
region, the late Samual Davis and Francis
Suaget, lsq., always produced 3,000 to 5,000
bales each, until their deaths divided the estate
among their heirs."
A Man Converted into a Candle. In
Cincinnati, a few days since, a man fell head
foremost through a hatchway in a warehouse,
a distance of fifteen feet, striking a barrel of
lard, and forcing his cranium through the head
of the barrel into the grease, burying him to
the depth of two leet, and leaving his legs
sticking up in the air. Before he could suffo
cate he was drawn out, looking like a mammoth
candle with a double wick.
America Engineers in Brazil. Col. Clias
F. M. Garnett, of Virginia, engineer-in-chief,
and W. S. Ellison, Esq., superintendent of the
Don Pedro II. Railroad, in Brazil, have, it is
stated, been dismissed for political reasons. It
appears that two of the directors of the road
were bitter enemies of the two Americans, and
being men of great influence, promised three
candidates for the Congress of Brazil to secure
their election if they could succeed in ousting
Messrs. Garncet and Ellison. Subsequently
the three candidates managed to have themsel
.ves chosen directors, and thus consummated the
bargain. A former English contractor on the
road is said to have been at the bottom of the
Yankee Rusticity. A story is told of a
country gentleman who for the first time had
heard a churchman preach. He had read
much of the pride of the church, and when he
returned home " Pshaw !" said he, "pride !
pshaw ! why, the minister actually preached in
Ids shirt sleeves."
on the face of every vigorous nation npon the
face of the earth ; indeed, I strongly suspect
this is the normal condition of large portions
of a depraved race, and I can readily believe
that a man may sustain the relation of slave
holder, in all good conscience, and with the en
tire Divine approbation. There are vissible
all in Concordia j footprints of God's disapprobation of the abo
litionism 01 this country."
General Lewis Cass. The newspapers con
tain daily rumors with reference to the failing
health of the venerable Chief of the Department
of State, General Cass. These reports, we
are gratified to learn, are all without founda
tion, as few men of General Cass' age enjoy
such uninterrupted health, and few indeed are
able to perform such amounts of physical and
mental labor. Some of his late efforts show
that his intellect has yet the full force, fresh
ness and vigor of matured manhood. It is not
touched with the hand of decay, nor has it
yielded to the slow but sure march of encroach
ing time. We join with the whole Nation in a
fervent hope that the life of this honest poli
tician and pure patriot may long be spared, in
order that his counsels may be heard and his
example. copied by the rising statesmen of the
Abolitionism and Black "Republicanism"
Identical. In addition to all other evidence
of this fact, witness the election by the Black
"Republicans" of the Legislature of the Rev.
George B. Cheever, to be Regent of the Uni
versity. It is well known that this reverend
person is as rank and rabid an Abolitionist as
Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips or Abby
Kelly Foster ; that he is possessed with a
spirit of the most bitter and malignant hostility
to the people of the Southern States, and that
he uses his pulpit to disseminate among the
people of the North the same feelings of bitter
and envenomed hostility, and thus to sow the
seeds of strife and disunion among the members
of the same political brotherhood ; that he has
not been a minister of peace ""and good will
among his countrymen, but of discord and dis
union ; and yet this is the man, rabid and trait
orous Abolitionist as he is, whom the Black
" Republicans " of the Legislature have elected
to be Regent of the University.
Verily, Black "Republicanism" and Abo
litionism are identical ! JY. Y. JYews.
' . Blackwood on fashions.
Notwithstanding the general uniformity of
European costume, which we have already
noted with approbation there are certain dif
ferences in style peculiar to the several nations,
in Germany, dress, apart from official costume,
uumuig more than an outward cover
ing , or the body, constructed without anv re
gard to symmetry, taste, or elegance. Very
rarely, indeed, do you meet with a German,
especially of the central and southern states
wnose ciomes flo not appear to have been put
on with a pitchfork ; in fact, the old remark of
Luvitwa, tiiat a. ucnuan pays no attention to
the ornament of his person, is even yet appli
cable., ' Near the frontier," says he, " on the
boraers ot the Kmne, the inhabitants wear
something resembling clothes, but with an air
of neglect that shows them altogether indiffer
ent about the choice." It is right, however, to
exempt Berlin and Hamburg from this general
censure, for in those cities you do occasionally
meet With individuals who have bestowed some
attention upon the texture and style of their
raiment, which is fashioned rather after the
British. than the French model. It must also
be kept in mind that in all countries where the
military service is regarded as the peculiar and
appropriate profession of the nobility and gen
try, the assthetics of dress receive very little
attention. Thpse who should take the lead in
setting the fashion appear constantly in uniform;
and the cultivation of ordinary apparel being
left almost entirely to the burgher class, whose
taste is seldom refined, it follows as a natural
conseqnence that gross slovenry prevails. On
the other hand, the Dutch, a commercial and
wealthy people, exhibit considerable taste in
dseasjfrtTeHig particular as to fit and quality,
and never launching into extravagance. The
Hollander is not sufficiently understood or ap
preciated in this country. The absurd idea
that he wears an indefinite number of breeches,
and resembles a walking balloon, still lingers
among us ; whereas Counsellor Pleydell was
much nearer the mark in his statement to Julia
Manning : " The Dutch are a much more ac
complished people in point of gallantry than
their volatile neighbors are willing to admit.
I can assure you, iu spite of your scorn, that if
you want to see handsome men you. must go to
Holland. The prettiest fellow I ever saw was
a Dutchman." Of the Swedes we shall not
speak. The Frenchman dresses showily, but
he does not, to our thinking, dress well. There
is always something outre and extravagant in
his appearance, as if the tailor merely consid
ered his customer as a pin or lay-fignre, on
which to display his skill in the art of fabrica
ting garments There can be uo doubt that
the Frenchman dresses rather for display than
comfort. He is fond of innovations, new styles
of cut, and artificial appliances, so that with
him the fashion of his garments is always in a
state of change. It is in small things as in
great ; the French cannot abide either by a
coat or a constitution. Their present style,
judging from the last human specimens and '
costume-pictures which we have seen, may con
scientiously be denominated execrable. A
pinched waist to a man is simply a deformity ;
peg-top trouses are a distinct abomination. We
have observed with considerable disgust, that
this French fashion of peg-tops has been im
ported into the British Islands, to the great
disfigurement of those who have adopted it.
The gentleman who dresses thus may truly be
styled a fish out of water ; for when in a state
of repose, his figure bears a striking resemblance
to that of a salmon attempting to stand upon
its tail. The truth is, as we have already re
marked, that the English are very clumsy imi
tators, and they should never, on any account,
essay to ape the French, who have at all events j for the ensuing year;
ilia taUe f.r Porrslnir nnt thir (won trio it :ps Taxes to defray the or
witu a "-jaunty assurance and impudent bon-
hommie which is exceedingly amusing and de
lightful. Whereas the Englishman, though
bold as a lion when his blood is up, is in mat
ters of social intercourse a reserved, diffident,
and rather awkward being, painfully nervous
lest he should be made an object of ridicule,
and blushing up to the very eyes if he thinks
he can detect a titter. Therefore he ought
never, though the temptation should be ever so
strong, assume strange garments, which he
cannot parade with comfort to himself, from
6heer lack of the requisite audacity.
FA YET TEVILLE, NT- C.
Aprit4th Steamer Hattie Hurt. Pe;k to R MorrflV
. Steamer Sun. Kusb. to 11 Morrell.
" Steamer Black River. Dickey. to O St W McLanrin !
April 5th John Dawson. Jonnpon. to J P Johnson. i
Strainer Douilu?.. Banks, to J Banks. I
April Cth and 7th Steamers Fanny and Rowan, with pwsen
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes?
Spring & Summer Stock
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF HIS I'RlENl'S
and the public generally to his large and com
plete assortment of
Hat, Caps, Boots and Slioc.
g ranJ good for K F Moore. J R Viurchison. O W Williams St n , want:n ' "oods in bis line are invited tQ glVC
C Of Starr St Williams. E J Haie St Son. Ray St Tearee, T J Curtis. ! ,ls " 7" !';' .c.tir Hi, lama
M A Baker. J T Houston. J W Lett. S J Hinsdale. J R Lee. j bm a Call befolfc ptchasing elsW here. HIS WrgO
and varied assortment assure? mm mat di cum yu-,
them in all respects. He offers bi goods at low prices,
for cash, or to prompt paying customers. He has also
a gooll supply of travelling and packing TRUNKS
cheap. I J. C. THOMPSON,
Martine. P Smith. HtKJ LillT. J R MeDufflw. F Smitb. W S
Smith, R Little, Murchi.-on, Reid St Co. J H Hall. D St W Mc
Latfria. T S L-utterioh. Sledmaa t Home Jr, Bearer Creek Co.
and 365 liars Railroad Iroii.
A pril i lb. Steamer Southerner. Daily, with goods for Pemher
ton St Sloan. J H Roberts. A li Thornton. J A McRae. U St L
Brandt. K J Swan. R M Orrell. A MeRimmon. DrUC Robinson,
Georpe Crofton. and corn for D St W McLaurin.
April 8th Steamer Flora McDonald, llurtt. to J A "Worth.
Steamer Rowan. AicRae. to T S Luttcrloh
April 9th Steamer KauBy Lotterloh. tlder. to T S Lutterloh.
April 4th Steamer Fanny, tlder, from T Lwtterloh
Steamer Klora McDonald, Hurtt. from J A Worth.
Steamer Donlays. Basks, from J Banks.
April 5th Steamer Hattie Hart. Peck, from R Morrell.
Steamer Dawson. Johnson, from J P Johnson.
. April 6th Steamer Son. Rush, from R M Orrell
' April 7th Steamer Fanny. Klder. from T S LtrtterVob.
April 8th Steamer Southern. Daily, from R M Orrell.
TIIE DISPOSITION , OF THE AGE
BEING TO PROCURE
A. J. WOODWARD,
BEING A PRACTICAL TAILOR, WILL TAKE
THE MKASL11E OF ANT PKBsHuV Oil FEItSOX, AXll
IIAVE THEIK CI.OTUES MADE TO OlIUKB.
HE IS UIIUED TO DO THIS FROM THE FACT THAT II IS
cutter ix New York is too much exgaued to come to
FaYETTEVILLE. AXl BECAUSE THE KXl'KXSE NECESSARILY
ATTEXPING SUCH A JOURNEY WIIUI.ll HE AX ADDITIONAL
tariff upon the goods which should ite made.
Frenchmen' are reputed to be the best fashioxable
cutters ix the world, and ix oxe of his houses ix
New York he has a French cutter whosjs work he
Persons desiring a good suit ok clothes wnx do
well to call at Woodw.vp.d's . Adams a Cos Express
having lowered the fake, he will supply coats, made
of the best quality of cloth, any color olt style, at
a trice not exceeding twenty-five dollars. should
the clothing not be satisfactory upon" their arrival
no charge will be made.
April 9, 1S58. -4t Town papers copy
Hungarian & Honey Blade Grass Seed!
WE have this day received a lot of the nungariHi
Grass geed for .a)c. We are the regular au
thorized ageDts for Cumberland, liobeson. liichmond,
Moore, and Chatham counties. Those who have cu
paged are requested to call and ct their several quan
tities as soon as convenient. Those who wis-h to ob
tain nome of the seed had better call soon, as the sup
ply which we shall be able to furnish this season will
. i . .a 1. 1 . .i:..t.:i....wl rrt"i
oe li mi tea. x.xpiauaiory paiupuieta iumhuuivu hwc.
J. H. ROBERTS & CO.
At the old Stand of E. W. Willtins & Co
April 9. 4w
Town papers copy 4 weeks.
The Rocky Mountain Horse Tamer!
THE MOST COMPLETE WORK ever issued, giving
a full and complete explanation of the best known
system of Horse Taming-, by which the
WILDEST AXD MOST TICIOIS HORSE, MILE or JACK,
can be subdued and rendered kind and true in all
places iu one day, without striking a blow, by any
person who will read this book and follow the direc
tions there laid down.
It also contains a recipe for changing the color of a
Horse to a Dark Krown or Coal Black, and other reci
pes of great value to Horsemen and Stoek Growers.
SS-Sent free of postage on receipt of One Dollar
(or three copies for two dollars) bv the author,
II. S. HALL.
April s. (3t) 'Albion, Orleans Co., N.Y
riMIE Style of 1 1 ATS are entirely changed. The
JL new styles of Pearl Cassimere Columbia. Pearl
Beaver, Mount Vernon. Straight-Crowned Mcle Skin
City Style, are expected this week, hy Express, at the
BAZAAR OF FASHION.
A LSO A v iriety of Silk Velvet. Blue Cloth Navy,
Blue Cloth Zi u ive, Brown Mixed and Fancy Cassimere
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE of Blu;. Green and Black
Scotch Gingham UMBRELLAS.
37-lmo A. McRIMMON.
The Mayor and Commissioners
Discontinued. On the route from Rich
mond, Virginia, via Petersburg to Wilmington,
North Carolina, the Postmaster General directs
that the agency of Win. 1J. Chalkley be discon
tinued ; that seven airents be recmired to Der-
New Orleans, April 1th. . fi'r,!! the service three on clay and three on
Great Tire at New Orleans. The Lower j tll1H?'!t line, Willi an additional agent for the
Levee Cotton Press, and four adioininir scmnrPK ! t,1c! l othcrs and in case of emergency.
comprising seventy houses have been bnrntlw VT ?m'ld to Danville, Vi
Loss nearly a million of dollars, well ph.ee of II. V." G rZl TtZZ
insured here. TY 300 per annua.
pST1SA.rXeM the clos of his life,
, . V lalfl s hand on the BihlP nrl
Ancient Coin. We were shown yesterday,
pays the Portsmouth Transcript, n gold coin,
of very ancient appearance, some $10 or $lS ,than
in value, which was recently ploughed up in
field on Tar River, in Nash count
a negro boy,
!;o at til'.st supposf-d it to he noth- said
The place mglt
u menu, llere is b , .
man all others; yet it U mi ..j "i I
'. . .1 5" Jttdham Pitt when hMmM,ii.
; I fear that I have, like many others'
cted my re..g,ous duties too much to hV
lnir ninrit t inn ;l 11 111 liT'.-ISS: imttnii
W,,rn it .-., frvi,.,,! is: K-.i.l tn l.nvp l.wn n L .ttl 1 1. ' . . . .. LU muc" to have
.....iv. .". - .u to nupo mat tney can be efiica
JJViivj. ill l JiU iv-iuiuiivinuj nui. I Vll Illy Ul'aill-Ut'U.
rrMTE undersigned loet a Bond in the Town of Lmrr
JL berton during Superior Court week, or on his
way home therefrom, ol $250 on Alexander Shaw and
Pauiel Shaw, made payable to bim or order, dated
sometime in April, lfco?, and written one day after
date. Ac. This is to warn all pervona from trading
for faid hqnd, and also to warn said Alexander Shaw
and Ianicl Shaw from payins it to any person but
the suliscriber. Any person finding paid bond and re
turning it to me will be liberally rewarded.
April 5. 3t
T. WADDILL, PROrKIETOR.
rj'MUS, the most commodious Ilotel
.1. in North Carolina, fronting :
feet on Hay and Donaldson streets, itf
located in the centre of the business
portion of the town, and surrounded by all the bank
ing houses, wholesale merchants and principal pro
Business men will find the Hotel a convenient
and comfortable house.
All the Stages arrive and depart from this Hotel.
Fayetteville, April 2, IS.'.a. ly'r
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
CO CRT OF PL E.l S &,- Q UAR TK II S K S SIO.rS,
M A R C n TERM. 1851).
Malcom Mclunis. Administrator of Gilbert Mclnnis.
Thomas Mclnnis, Neill McLean, Duncan A. McLean,
John Harrington and wife Jeauetle, Allen J. Cameron
and wife Catherine, aud heirs at Law of Duncan
PETITION TO SELL LAND.
IN this case it appet.rs to the satisfaction of the Conrfc
that the Defendants heirs at Law of Diincan Mc
lunis. dee'd are nun residents of the State : it is,
I therefore, oiclered that publication be made in the
North Carolinian, a weekly newspaper published in
the town of Fayetteville. for six successive weeks, noti
fying the said Defendants to be and appear before the
Justices of our said Court to be held for said County,
at the Court House in Toomer, on the Second Monday
in June, then and there to show cause why the land
described In the Petition should not be sold to satisfy
the Petitioner's demand.
Witness, Benjamin F. Shaw, Clerk of our said Court
at Omce, the second Monday of March, A. I). Ipu'J.
BENJAMIN F. SHAW, Clerk.
April 2, 1859. 6v price of advr. $1 9
7"ILL PROCEED ON SATUUDAY NIGHT, the
V 9th instant, to elect THREE AUCTIONEERS
Also to assess the rates of
lefray the ordinar expenses of the Town,
and pay the interest and create a sinking fund to meet
the debt coutracted for Railroad purposes.
W. G. MATHEWS,
April 9. (It) Town Clerk.
APRIL. 9, 1S59.
CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR THE NORTH CAROLINIAN
BY PEM BERTON & SLOAN.
ll?a12Ji , MOLASSES
2J a 30 Cuba.
Bacon, Lard 8c Butter.
1 K nnfl LRS- tkime BACON SIDES ;
JLeJUUU 4000 pounds Leaf Lard ;
1500 pounds Goshen Butter Extra ;
J ust received by
E. F. MOORE.
April 9. 3w
A. J. WOOD WARD "
HAS FOUR HOUSES IN NEW YORK FROM
which he makes his own selections.
March 9. -2t Towu papers copy.
THEHT HAVS COME.
MULLETS in oak barrels ;
Lard in Kegs,
Baltimore City cured Hams ;
New Orleans clarified and crushed Sngnr ;
A lot of Garden Tools expected, next week. All
for sale low for Cash, at
J. II. ROBERTS t GO'S.
Store opposite C. T. Haigh & Sons.
April 2. 1859. -tf
BILL HEADS neatly printed, one, two, and threo
on a half sheet ruled for the purpose. Give us
call at the
B AC ON
25 a 30
42 a 55
IS a 20
J2H a 13&
14 a 15
19 a 20
12 a 12U
11 a 11
00 a 10
Gunny. 18 a 20
Dundee, 1" a 20
Burlaps, 00 a 15
Nos. 4 to 10. 1.00 a 1.10
Brown Sheetings. a 8
Osnabnrga. 11 a 12
FEATHERS 45 a 50
M'kerel perbbl.. $10 a $12
Shad per pound. 00 a 00
27 a 30
45 a 50
4 50 a 4.75
6 55 a 6 05
6.30 a 0 40
6.05 a 6.15
6.80 a 5.90
95 a 1.00
0.00 a 1.00
60 a 65
0 a 90
90 a 1.00
10 a 11
5 a h
12 a 13
Sperm. 0.00 a 2 00
Linseed. 0.00 a 1.00
Tanner's. 70 a 80
Irish. 2 00 a 3 00
Sweet. 00 a 60
Chickens, 15 a 20
Ducks. 00 a 00
Turkeys, 00 a 00
Liverp'l peTsnck, 0 00 a 1 25
Alum per bushel. 00 a 50
MaxSeed. 1 05 a 115
Clover per pound, 12 a 15
Common bag, 0 00 a 2 00
Buck. 2 10 a 2.15
Peach Brandy, 1.00 a 110
N. C. Apple. 70 a 80
Northern. 70 a 80
N C. Whiskey. 75 a 80
Northern do., 00 a 35
Loaf. 13 a 13?i
("rushed. 12 a 12i
Porto Rico. 10 a 11
New Orleans, 9 a 10
TALLOW- 10a 11
Yellow Dip, 0 00 a 2.50
Virgin, 2.50 a 4 50
Scrape. 0 00 a 1.20
Spirits per gallon, 45 a 00
Per -pound. 9 a 10
Eight by ten. 2.00 a 2 20
Ten by twelve, 2.25 a 2 50
WOOI 00 a 17
rr JBHIS. II EK R I X o, new and in splendid order,
i J 50 Rales Hay, and 65 Rales Rice Straw,
For ale for cafch at low prices.
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
April 2d. tf
A Quaker Meeting. A young man LaYing
attended a silent Quaker meeting, was asked
by one of the Friends : " How did'st thou like
the meeting ?" To which he pettishly replied,
" Like it ? why I can see no sense in it, to go
and sit for whole hoars together without speak
ing a word. It is enough to kill the devil."
" Yes, my friend, that's jast what we want,"
replied the Quaker.
TrRPEXTixE and its Uses There are sev
eral hundred stills for the manufacture of spirits
of turpentine in the State of North Carolina
alone, while the States bordering on the Mis
sissippi are move or less engaged in it. The
uses of rosin and turpentine seem to increase
with every department of inventive talent. In
painting, in printing, in soap making, and es
pecially in lighting, its use seems to be almost
universal. It forms an important element in
many chemical operations, and it is estimated,
in a late communication to the London Society
of Arts, that from two to three hundred thou
sand dollars worth is consumed annually in the
American india-rubber manufactories. From
17.000 to 22 000 tons have been imported into l:Ke.PamPti't
I. 1 . .1 11 C .. fil. . '
luiiLi uiiiiuuuv ior luuiiY years uhm. nun oi- v-urw ujsprpaii.
..,4. .1 :.. l r a. "IT -. . .1 c ntao I Cures Costivei
COTTON Has deeined ic. and sales are easily made at quo
tations. FLOUR Prices hare been irregular and sales have been made
at a decline of ten cents.
WILMINGTON MARKET, April 1.
Tcrpentine. Sales yesterday of 350 bbls ; and today-
of 64 do at $.00 for Virgin and Yellow dip and
1,70 for hard 280 lbs.
Spibits. No sales to-day.
Rosin. Has slightly advanced, and we note sales
to-dy of 5,000 bbls Common, at 1,25 3 310 lbs.
Tar. Sales yesterday of 60 bbls at 1,75 bbl ;
and to-day of 205 do at same price.
NEW YORK MARKET, April T.
Yesterday's Cotton market closed firm, with sales
for the day of 7,000 bales, chiefly tn transitu.
Elour is declining, Southern, $6 $6 60. Wheat
dull. Corn firm ; yellow 80 8 cents per bushel.
Spirits Turpentine closed firm at 53 53i cents per
gallon. Rosin also closed firm. Rice firm.
THESE YOKE SEAM SHIRTS
HAVE CREATED QUITE AN EXU1TEMENT.
There are none equal to those found at
A. f. WOODWARD'S,
2 Doors below Dr. llinsdaleV. i
April 9. -2t Town papers cody.
ssasasra a sim.u!& a 3
CALL AT A. J. WOODWARDS for a nice, light,
well-made suit of clothes.
April 9. -2t Town papers copy.
THAT PUFF THEMSELVES are to be found at
JL A. J. WOODWARD'S.
Near the market.
April 9. -2t Town papers copy.
A FIRST RATE FOUR HORSE IRON AXLE
WAGON, with cover, (something extra.)
Apply to JAMES MARTINE.
April 9. (3t) JHay St. . Fayette v i 1 1 e.
XANK CHECKS, FOURTEEN ON A SHEET,
JD suitable for binding, beautifully printed, and
kept constautly on baud at the office of the
NEGOTIABLE NOTES A NEW STYLE, JUST
printed aud for sale at the
CAROLINIAN OFFIG E.
JOB WORK EXECUTED IN EVERY STYLE OF
the art at the CAROLINIAN OFFICE.
LANKS OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE AT
Seventy-five cents per quire, any number over
five quires sixty cents per quire. At the
AN BE FITTED WITH UNDERSHIRTS AND
TUE CLOTUIXO AND FURNtPHIXO" STORE OP
O. S. BALDWIN & CO
I HAVE associated with me, in this line. Mr John
K. Dailey, and will style the firm ORRELL &
We have purchased the Steamer Southerner, and in
a few days, will have a New Flat employed with her.
Those favoring us with their patronage may rely
upon prompt despatch, by applying to Mr. Dailey on
board, or to me at my office.
R. M. ORRELL.
R. M. ORRELL JOHIf K. DAILEY.
March 26, 1859. -tf.
A. M JOHNSON,
IXSrECTOH OF SPIRITS TUliPENTIXE.
SEAR TIIE FLOUR WAREHOUSE,
Convenient for Vagons
All Business entrusted to my care will receive my
personal and prompt attention. When not engaged
at the Warehouse, can be fouud at the store of P. 1.
Johnson, Gillespie Street.
March 5, 1859. -3m
Ia this town, on Tuesday night last, Miss Isabella
McLacrijj, daughter of the late John McLaurin, Sr.
She was a consistent member of the Presbyterian
A Spilt) Medielne.
A Family Medicine,
A Obod Medicine ;
Sanford'g Liver tnriirorator.
Compounded entirely from Gams,
Never debilitates ;
Purifies the Blood,
PuritiPB tbe Blood,
rorifie the Blood )
Cues Bowel Complaints. See advertisement in another cotaasB-
f H1H0SE SILK MIXED CASS. BOH ESS COATS are a
U beautiful article, and sold only by
O. S. BALDWIN & CO.
BIAClt DOSSHXIH PANTS
OF OUR OWN SUPERIOR MAKE SOLD ONLY
at TUE CLOTHINO AND KURXISHIXO STORE OK
O. S. BALDWIN & CO.
C10 4TS. PANTS AND VESTS made to order
at O. S. BALDWINS & CO's.
O LASSES Fresh and sweet, just received by the
steamer Sun low lor casn.
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
April 9 2w
EGARS Another lot just recived from New Ycrk.
H. ROBERTS & CO.
OFFEE. TWENTY-FIVE BAGS received this
V day. J. 11. ROBERTS & CO.
AprilJ (2w) Observer copy 2tr
T THE MARKET HOUSE ON Tnt! Isii, !n,r,i
I will sell
1 Lot of land on North St. adjoining John Silliban
1 Gold Fob Chain ;
l pair ot Glass Doors to close trust.
G. W. J. GOLDSTON.
John- H. Cook, Auct'r Trustee
April 9. iw
A. 31. JOMXSOX,
KEEPS constantly on hand,
Corn, North Carolina and Western
Bacon. Mackerel, Herring-,
Cotfee, Rice, Cheese, jee,
On consignment, and for sale cheap for Cash, or on
time to prompt paying customers.
March 5 1859. -ltn.
ITRESH AND GENUINE Garden Seeds, put up for
? the Subscriber by H. Dreer, of Philadelphia.
consisting in pa. t of the following varieties, viz :
BEANS Large Lima, Early Mohawk, early China,
early Six Weeks ;
BEET Blood Turuip, Lonz Blood. Whitn finn-of
BROCOLLI ; '
CABBAGE Early York, Oxheart, Sugar Loaf, Largo
"i ork, Battersea. Large Druihhead, Flat Dutch t
COLLARD North Carolina and Northern t
CARROT Long Orange, Early Horn t
CELERY White Salad ; '
uAUL,ir Lij iv tAi Early and Late ;
CUCUMBER-Long Green, Early Frame, Gherkin ;
CORN Large Sweet, Canada, Peabody ;
r- -Vi. i Liong jurpie, uarge I'urple ;
Lettuce Early Cabbage, Royal Cabbage, Ice Cross;
Melox Jenny Lind. Nutmeg, Water, Cantelope ;
Onion Large Red, White Silver Skin;
Parslkt Curled ;
Mustard White and Black ,
Pepper Large Bullno.se ; , ,
Peas Tom Thumb, Early Washington, Ear, Charles
ton, Large Marrowfat, Blue Imperial ; , .
Radish Lon g Scarlet, Long Salmon, White Turaip,
StiUAsii White Bush, Yellow Crookneckj
Tomato Large Red, Large Yellow? f r ,
Turnip Flat Dutch, Rata Bag, Large Gfobe, Red
Top, Hanover, Large Norfolk.
Thyme, Sage, Summer Savory. Onion Sets Blue
Grl Timothy. Rape, Canary, Hemp, Sweet Vernal
Grass For sale by SAMUEL J. HINSDALE.
A small selected supply of Flower seeds.
A srfl S. J. HINSDALE.
February 26, 1S58 -tf
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