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1 J T TEEMS, $2 00 PER ANNUM, "THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD." PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XX. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1859. NO. 1,038. lll ' ...-- 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 months. Ttates of .Axivertising. Sixty cents per square of 16 lines, or less, for the first, and 30 cents for each subsequent insertion, for any period under three months. For three months, $4 00 For six months, 6 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. WORK of all kind3 executed neatly and promptly. SINCLAIR & PEARCE. LEGAL NOTICES. CLEMENT G. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Iayetteville, UNT. O- "WT'ILL practice in the counties of Bladen, Samp U son and Cumberland. Prompt attention given to all business committed to his charge. April 2, 1858. tf 3. A. SPEARS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TTENDS the Courts of Cumberland, Harnett, Wake and Johnston. Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., N. C. Feb. 10. 1856. 85-y A W- C. ELAM, A T T O R E Y AX Tj AW. Can be found at the Office formerly occupied 1 T I Ml' . I OA 4. uy uv. jr imam, on juw oiri'ci. FAYETTEVILLE, X. C. June 26, 1858. tf LAW NOTICE. rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS having associated themselves 1- together in the practice of Law, under the name and style of CAMERON & SHAW , will attend the County and Superior Courts of Moore, Montgomery, Anson. Richmond and Robeson. All business en trusted to them will receive their prompt attention. Address Cameron and Shaw, Attorneys at Law, Rockingham, Richmond county, N. C. Jxo. W. Cameuo.v. Jxo. D. Shaw. M;iy 1, ISO 8. ly P. J. SINCLAIR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. F A Y E T T E V I L L E , N . C . , Ol-'KICK XKXT DOOlt TO Dlt's HOIUXSOX IT STATUS. 7ILL practice in the Courts of Robeson, Cum V berland, Harnett, and Richmond. .Til" Prompt attention given to all business entrust ed to him. jm TrtL. Ca,3xs.pl3ell, AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, East Side of Gillespie Street, Fayetteville, N. C. Nov. 13, 1858 -m r; tt ts? r gs 'i' Jbtsr. TTfeR. JAMKS lAVIS,laVing M-W decided n permanently locating in the Town of Fayetteville, respectfully otters his servi ces to the citizens of this place ami surrounding country. In U the various branches of his Pro fession, including- the manufacture of Mineral Teeth., ho is satisfied, after an extensive experi ence, to which is added a thorough Dental educa tion, that ho can give entire satisfaction as far as itis'in the-power "f Dentistry. All irregularities of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful .man ner, as well as diseases of the mmitli, None but the proper metals are made use of in t he various operations. Charges will be moderate, that the benefits of the Profession may be placed within the reach of all who may feel an interest in the preservation of the Teeth. "(.) nice over Houston's Jewelry Store, where lie will bo found at all times. tf May 15, 1858 Ma,xtolo Factory, GEO. LAUDER, Two Doors above C. T. llaigh & Sou's Store, Fayetteville, N. C. Oct. 1, 1858. ly. CARRIAGE FACTORY. A. A. M'KETHAN KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Vehicles of every description, which are well and faithfully made and finished in the ligutest and neatest styles. His facilities for doing carriage work are greater than axy establishment South, which enables him to sell his work on the most favor able terms. Nov. 13. 185S. tf J AMEf ES KYLE IS NOW RECEIVING A OF II ATS, SHOES, BOLTING CLOTHS, &c, All of which will be offered by Wholesale or Retail as low as the same quality can be had in this State. March 12. 185!). -tf NOTICE. Likely Young Negroes Wanted. Gi ENTLEMF.N, You that have such property to dis n pof e ot will do well to give me a call, or address me at E ayetteville as it is well understood that I pay exceeding high prices. J JOHN O. ARMSTRONG. March 19, 1859. Cmo's TOBACCO ! TOUACCtT WE HEEP CONSi ATL M STORE a good supply of Tobacco of various brands, at Manufactu rers' prices. GOLDSTON & FULLER. March 25, 1859. Smo's 1LIME. 1LIME. -i fC Casks of LIME just received in good order XUU and for sale by March 2G. 4t J. IIOLLING3 WORTH. JJAVY SUPPLIES 1859-'60 Natt Department, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, March 17, 1859. f SEPARATE PROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed "Proposals for Navy Supplies," will be received at this bureau until 9 o'clock, a. m., on Wednesday, the 20th day ol",April next, for furnishing and deliver ing (on receiving ten days' Dotice, except for biscuit, for which five days' notice shall be given for every twenty thousand pounds required) at the United States navy yards at Charleston, Massachusetts ; Brooklyn, New York ; and Gosport, Virginia ; such quantities only of the following articles as may be required or ordered from the contractors by the chief of this bureau, or by the respecting commanding offi cers of the said navy-yards, during the fiscal year, ending June 30. 1860, viz : Biscuit, flour, rice, dried apples, pickles, sugar, tea, coffee, beans, molasses, vinegar, and whiskey. ' The biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet super fine flour, of the manufacture of the year 1858 or 1S5.9, but shall iu all cases be manufactured from flour made of the cron immediately proceeding the dates of the requisitions for the same ; and shall be j lUliV llVltfc 111 UllAllVj; mum w w . . . . - 1 j ; to tne samples wuicn are ueposiieu in iue sum 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 barrels, with the heads well secured, or in air and water tight whiskey or spirit barrels, 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 1858 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 in good shipping order, iree oi an cnarge 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 half barrels. The rice shall be of the very best quality, and of the crop immediately preceding the dates of the re quisitions for 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, fifty to the gallon, and the vegetables in each shall weigh fifty-seven pounds, and they only be paid for ; and each cask shall then be filled with white wine vinegar of at least -12 degrees of strength, and equal to trench vinegar ; the casks, vegetables and vinegar, shall conform and be equal in all respects to the samples deposited in ihe above named navy-yards, and the contractors shall warrant and 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 fit for packing. The tea shall be of good quality young hyson, equal to the samples at said navy-yards, and be delivered in half and quarter chests only. The coffee shall be equal to the best Cuba, accord ing to sample. The beans shall be of the very best quality white beans, and shall be of" the crop immediately preceding the dates of the requisition for the same, li-t pounds to be taken as one bushel. The molasses shall be fully equal to the very best quality of New Orleans niuhisses, and shall lie deliver ed in new, well seasoned red oak barrels, with white pine heads not lets than li inch thick ; the slaves not l'ss than g inch thick ; the barrels to be three-quarters hooped, and, in addition, to have four iron hoops, one on each bilge, 1A inch in width and l-lUth-inch thick, and one on each chime Ik inch iu width and 1-lGth inch thick, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed in the best shipping condition. The vinegor shall be of the first quality, equal to the standard of the United States Pharmacopa-ia, 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 exception that white oak staves and heads shall be substituted for red-oak staves and white-pine heads, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed iu the best shipping order. The whiskey shall be made wholly from grain, sound and merchantable, and 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 heads to be made of three-piece heading, and well painted : the staves not to be less than jj-inch thick, and the heads uot less than i-inch thick ; and each barrel shall be coopered, in addition, with one three penny iron hoop on each bilge 1J inch in width, and 1-liith inch thick, and one three penny hoop on each chime, li inch in width, and l-Kith inch thick, as per diagram. The whole to be put up in good shaping order, free of all charge to the United States. All the foregoing described articles, embracing casks, barrels, half-barrels, and boxes, shall be sub ject to such inspection as the chief of this bureau may direct, the inspecting officer to be 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 packages, shall be marked with their contents and the contractor's name. All the barrels and half barrels of flour, bread, and pickles, sdiall 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 tts. per 100 lbs. 1,400 bids, per bbl. 250,000 lbs. per lb. 150.000 lbs. per lb. 150.000 lbs. per lb. ;2o5,000 lbs. per lb. 25,000 lbs. per lb. 25,000 lbs. per lb. 7,000 bush, per bush. 20.000 gals, per gal. 22,000 gals, per gal. 50,000 gals, pergal. The quantities of anv or all may be increased or diminished as the service may hereafter require. The contracts will therefore be made, not for specific qual tities, but for such quantities as the service may re quire to be delivered at those navy-yards respectively. Contractors not residing at the places where delv crics are required, must establish agencies at such places, that no delay may arise in furnishing what may be required ; a'nd when a contractor fails prompt ly to comply with a requisition, the Chief of the Bu reau of Provisions and Clothing shall be authorized count thereof as collateral security, in addition, to t THDWaw t secure its performance, and not in any event to be j CAXlBa 17(111115 paid until it is in all respects complied with ; eighty TX7"E are now receiving our stock of Spring Goods per centum of the amount of all deliveries made will j . T consisting of a laWe assnrtmpni Ar And expect to make such additions to our stock as the W?eqUKeS' WL wiu sell at wholesale or retail tni l U 8hort time to Pmpt paying cus- SW ehange for country produce. ' Persons SSL 5Aodf in ' our line would do well to call and e,.. a inai. r-ariicnlar attention i;t fiii; r - f.Hva uaaU x-Jii.uuE.itiUjN & SLOAN. be paid by the navv aennt wittiin thirtv itavs after bills, duly authenticated, shall have been presented to him. Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ajp plication to the navy agents at Portsmouth, New' Hampshire ; Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, Norfolk, Pensacola, and at this bureau. . A record, or duplicate of the letter informing a bidder of the acceptance of his proposal, will be -deemed a notification thereof within the meaning of the act of 1846, and his bid will be made and accepted in conformity with this understanding. -- Every otter made must be accompanied (as directea in the act of Congress making appropriations for' tbe naval service for 1846-'47, approved 10th August, 1846) by a written guarantee, signed by one or morn responsible persons, to the effect that he or they node take that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation within fivedayS, with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the ifr J plies proposed. The bureau will not be obligate r-- coiiider-any -proposal tmless' accompanied. guarautee required by law; the competency of the guarantee to be certified by the navy agent, 'district attorney, or collector of the customs. The attention of bidders is called to the samples and description of articles required, as, in the inspec tion for reception, a just but rigid comparison will be made between the articles offered and -the sample and contract, receiving none that fall below' them; and their attention is also particularly directed to the joint resolution of 27 th March, 1854, and to the act of the 10th August T 1846. March 26. 1859. -4t. THE DISPOSITION OF THE AGEi THE NORTH CAROLINIAN. orders. Paycttevilla, N. C. March 17. -tf Bank of North Carolina. 1"OOKS of subscription to the Capital Stock of the J Bank of North Carolina will be opened at the Office of the Western Railroad Company, on Fri day April 1st, and will be kept open according to the provisions of the charter lor the space of si.xty days. GEORGE McNEILL, W. McL. McKAY, JOHN M. ROSE, Fayettcville, April 2. (tf ) Commissioners. NEW GOODS ? NEW GOODS ? ? J. C. POE AS AND AVI LTi RECEIVE in a few days the largest and most thorough stock of Biscuit Flour llice Dried apples Tickles Sugar Tea Coffee Beans Molasses Vinegar Whissey ever offered to the public by him. In his stock will be found and showed with pleasure in part the fol lowing goods : Rich Ulack and Kancy Colored SITiKS ; Double Jupe Robes ; Robe A'luiIIe, Uobe.A'Lies in Iterates, Organdies, Muslins, &c. IIOBE-A-LA-DUCHEESE ; ROBES VALENTIN E ; Organdies, Ginghams, Lawns and Muslins of all styles and Qualities ; A great variety of English, French and American Prints, Alpaccas, Challies, Debages, Berages, Bombazines, &c. Collars and Sleeves ; also, in sets for Mourning. Swiss and Jaconet Edgings, lnsertings and Bands. A large stock of of the latest styles ; together with Misses and Children's Flats ; Head-Dresses, Ribbons, Ruches, Flowers, Parasols, Fans, Umbrellas, Bonnets & Hats. GKiiAT .STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. The above comprises but a small portion of the stock, which was selected in Philadelphia and New York with reference to the Latest Spring Styles, and will be sold to customers on good terms. J. C. POE. March 1 2, 1859. -6w l.JS'T) FOR SJILE. JOHN X. GILMORE, now offers f f for sale a portion ot his swamp lands in the county of Cumberland, about 14 milts below Fay ettcville, and about 1J miles east of the Cape Fear River. The entire swamp has been successfully drained of the largo 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 can be carried off 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 1J 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. Si-Reasonable terms will be given to the purchaser. Sept. 10, 1858. tf SANPORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR ! Prepared ly Dr. Sanford, COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS, S ONE OF THE BEST Purgative and Liver Medicines now before the public. 1 to direct purchases to be made to supply tne uencien cy, under the penalty to be expressed in the contract ; r.Mwi rf u T-f.ims;t,ion. or a duplicate copy thereof 111V L i sSl V vi - 't""- 1 . . - , at the Bureau of Provisions ana uiotning, or atu uci of the navy-yards aforesaid, shall be evidence that such requisition has been made and received. Separate offers must be made for each article at each of the aforesaid navy-yards ; and in case more than one article is contained in the offer, the Cbiet ot the Bureau will have the right to accept one or more of the articles contained in such offer, and reject the i remainder ; and bidders whose pioposals are accepteu l (and none others) will be forthwith notified, and as early as practicable a contract will be transmitted to mem tor execution, which contract must be returueu to the bureau within ten days, exclusive of the time required for the regular transmission of the mail. Two or more approved sureties, in a sum equal to the estimated amount of the respective contracts, will be required, and twenty per centum in addition will be withheld from the amouut of all payments on ac- o 0 H H PI H 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 system the effects of medicine atter a long sickness. One bottle taken for Jaundice removes all sal llowness or unnatural col or from the skin. One dose taken a short time before eating gives vigor to the appetite and makes the food digest well. One dose, often repeat ed, cures Chronic Diar rhoea in its worst form, while summer and bowel complaints yield almost to the hrst dose. 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 Billious Type. It op erates with certainty and thousands are willing to testify to its wonderful virtues. All who use it are giving their unanimous testimony in its favor. Mix water in the mouth with the Inviorator, and t swallow both tegether. Price One Dollar per bottle. Dr. Saxford, Proprietor, No. 345 Broadwav, N. Y. Retailed by all Druggists. Sold also by Dr, Dr These Gums remove all morbid or bad matter from the system, supply ing in their place a heal thy flow of bile, invigo rating tne stomach, caus ing food to digest well, Purifying the Blood, giving tone and health to the whole machinery, removing the cause ofl the disease effecting a radical cure. BUIious attacks are cured, and, what is bet ter, prevented by the occasional use of the Liver Invigerator. One dose after eating is sufficient to relieve the stomach and prevent the food from rising and souring. One dosejiaken before j retiring prevents night mare. Only one dose taken at night loosens the bow els gently, and cures costiveness. One dose taken after each meal will cure dys pepsia. One dose of two tea spoonsful will always re lieve Sick Headache. Only one dose immedi ately relieves colic while T BISSOLUTION. HE firm of H. L. MYROVER & Cq., was dissolv ed some time Bince by the withdrawal of Wm. J. Myrover, and since that time the business has been conducted alone bytthe subscriber. V ' ' II. L. MYROVER. i. . PUItTHER NOTICE. -SulworiT has associated with Mm fn1m Jn Mr. George W. Wisrhtman. The namn nf t.lm firm hereafter will be Myrover & Wightman. H. Li. MYROVER. March ll, 1 859. ,ew Observer & Presbyterian copy 6 times. BEING TO PROCURE Foreign-Made Clothing A. J. WOODWARD, BEING A PRACTICAL TAILOR, WILL TAKE the measure of axy person' or persons, and have their clothes made to order. He is urged to do this from the fact that his cutter in New York is too much engaged to comf. to Fatetteville, axd because the expense necessarily attending such a journey would be an additional tariff upon the goods which should be made. j Frenchmen are reputed to be the best fashionable cutters in the world, and in one of his houses in New iobk he has a French cutter whose work he will warrant. j Persons DEdiRnro a good suit of clothes will do well to call at Woodward's . Adams i Co's Express having lowered the fare, he will supply coats, made OF!J best3c-h-ity of cloth, any color or style, AT a price not exceeding twenty-five doij-ars. Should THE CLOTHING NOT BK SATISFACTORY CPONTUKUt ARRIVAL- April 91858..-!:- -it- iJwri&'payrjraxfwr Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes! FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. OF WATCHES JEWELRY, AND E. GLOVER HAS RETUBNED PROM THE NORTH with a large Stock of Goods in his line, con sisting of Waches of all kinds and prices, from $8 to S160 ; 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 fine lot of Silver Cups, Plated Castors and Candle Sticks, Cake Baskets ; Clocks. Military Goods and everything usually kept in a Jewelry Store, which he is prepared to sell on reasonable terms. His friends and the public are invi ted to call and examine. March 12, 1859. -3m TO SPORTSMEN AND OTHERS. I HAVE a large lot of Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, Double and Single Barrel Rifles. Pis tols of all makers ; sporting implements of every kind at New York priees. Jobbing of all kinds iu the Gur.smith line promptly attended to by Nov. 27, 1858. -im M. A. BAKER. BOOTS AND SHOES. WE are receiving a large stock of Boc ts. Shoes and Gaiters, embracing every variety of style and quality, suitable for SPRING & SUMMER WEAR The stock was selected with care from the best man ufactories with reference to style and durability, which we otfer cheap for cash or to prompt paying customers. ALSO Trunks, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Calf, Goat, Lining and Binding SkiLS, with a general assortment of Shoe Findings. S. T. HAW LEY & SON. March 19. -lm MORE NEW GOODS!! I AM JUST RECEIVING .MY SPRINO STOCK OF GOODS in my line. They were selected iu the Northern Cities liy . myself, with great cre. and bought on the most reasonable terms, by which I am enabled to offer the largest stock I ever be fore offered to tbe public, and to offer them generally AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. FRUITS RAISONS, FIGS. PRUNES. APTLES. LEMONS, ORANGES. CHERRIES, CURRANTS, &c; PICKLES. JELLIES AND PRESERVES, A GREAT VARIETY ; PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS; Fancy Soaps and Pomades ; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FIDDLES, DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES, BAN JOS, GUITARS, &c. Walking Canes of every kind ; BASKET AND WILLOW WARE ; Hobby Horses, &c; NUTS; FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SARDINES; FINE CIGARS ; SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO ; CRACKERS; FINE POCKET KNIVES; A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PORT-MONAIES, SOME VERY NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS ; AN ASSORTMENT OF INDIA RUBBER GOODS. WHIPS, COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. The pnblic are respectfully invited to call and examine ray stock. I have a great many handsome things that cannot fail April 2, 1859. -tf JAMES R. LEE, Hotel Building. :RTj:K"-A."W.A.sr N the 23rd ult., from the employ of Alvan li. Jones, of Harnett County, two Negro Girls, named Mar garet and Eliza, purchased by me from said Jones and others. Marga ret is a dark Mulatto, about 15 years Hf; of age, medium size, handsome figure, hair rather straight and long, thin visage and some what down look. Eliza is of same complexion, about 13 years of age, 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 place where they may live in idleness. A reward of TEN DOLLARS each, will be paid for their apprehension and delivery to me, if arrested in this or Harnett County, by any one not suspected of having induced them to runaway, or for their con finement in the jail of any 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. D. McDIAUMU). Cumberland County, N. C, March 2G, 1859. -4t NOTICE TO TTRPEJTISE DISTILLERS AXD OTHERS. I AM fully prepared! to make or repair TURPEN TINE STILLS ; WHISKEY STILLS, or do any kind of Sheet Iron work, at the lowest prices. Call and see for yourselves at Nov. 27, 1858. -6m M. A. BAKER'S. W NEW GOODS. MACINTYRE is receiving a general assort- ment ot imported and domestic Karch 26, 1SC8. S. J. HINSDALE. J. N. SMITH, Fayetteville, N. UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, BONNETS, HATS Sf BLOOMERS, SHOES, BOOTS $- GAITERS, Bryse's Cast Steel Boxing and Timber Axes, Turpentine Hacks, Scrapers and Dippers, Cast steel Weeding Hoes, a large lot of Table Cutlery. Knive3 and ForKs, POCKET Knives, Scissors ; FINE IMPERIAL TEA, Loaf Sugar, Spices, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, Ac, &c. New Orleans Molasses and Pure Syrrup ; an assortment of Riding and Driving Whips, from the American Manufacturing Co. of Whips. Purchasers of these Whips will save time and money and be sure to oe in front. Fayetteville, March 25tb. tf. CIVIL and State, just printed and for sale at the " Carolinian " OflBce. Spring & Summer Stock J. C. THOMSON INVITES THE ATTENTION OF HIS FRIENDS and the public generally to his large and com plete assortment of Ilat-s Caps, Hoots antl Shoes. Persons wanting goods in his line are invited to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. His large and varied assortment assures him that he can please them in all respects. He oilers his goods at low prices for cash, or to prompt paying customers. He has also a good supply of travelling and packing TRUNKS cheap. J. C. THOMPSON, April 9. (4w) Market Square. Hungarian & Honey Blade Grass Seed! WE have this day received a lot of the Hungarian Grass seed for sale. We are the regular au thorized agents for Cumberland, Robeson. Richmond, Moore, and Chatham counties. Those who have en gaged are requested to call and get their several quan tities as soon as convenient. Those who wish to ob tain some of the seed had better call soon, as the sup ply which we shall be able to furnish this season will be limited. Explanatory pamphlets distributed gratis. J. II. ROBERTS & CO. At the old Stand of E. W. Wilkins & Co April 9. 4w Town paxicrs copy 4 weeks. $25 HEWABD. AN" AWAY on Mondav uirht the 8th instant, my Negro man PETER. He is a tine carpenter, and will no doubt pass for a free man. He is very intelligent full six feet high, bright complexion, rather slender built, good teoth in front, and line countenance, but if frightened will indicate it in the eye had full face of whiskers and bushy head of hair, rather straight and black dresses well in black clothing wore an old cloth cap when he left. He is free to talk and well calculated to deceive. He will probably change his name, as I believe his aim is to be free. He may endeavor to escape with waggoners or with some white man. The above reward will be paid on his delivery. JAMES II. McQUEEN. Robeson county, N. C, March J5. -tf LOST! LOST!! THE undersigned lost a Bond in the Town of Lura berton during Superior Court week, or on his way home therefrom, ot S250 on Alexander Shaw and Daniel Shaw, made payable to him or order, dated sometime in April. 1857, and written one day after date. &c. This is to warn all persons from trading for said bond, and also to warn said Alexander Shaw aud Daniel Shaw from paying it to any person but the subscriber. Any v-erson finding said bond and re turning it to me will be liberally rewarded. JAMES C. DAVIS. April 5. 3t FAYETTKV1LLK HOTHL, T. WADDILL, PROPRIETOR. vv IHIS, the most commodious Hotel "S I ; xt, ,,(1. P.arAlinn fr .-in 1 i ri r 300 feet on Hay aud Donaldson streets, is lna.t.d in tbe centre of the business rr.rHin f ihf fnwn nnrl Biirron nfled bv all the bank- J7W1 t HI 1 1 V. - . ' ' ' ", J ing houses, wholesale merchants and principal pro duce dealers. Business men will find the Hotel a convenient and comfortable house. All the Stages arrive and depart from this Hotel. Fayettcville, April 2, 1859. ly'r Falmerston and Buchanan. A London correspondent of the Constella" tion tells of a curious contretempts committed by onr President on a certain occasion : " Mr Buchanan arrived in London early in 1854, and gave the usual notification to tho British government. A fter having visited Lord. Aberdeen (the Prime Minister) and Clarendon r (the Foreign Secretary,) he called upon Lord, Palmerston, who was then Home Secretary, and was received, of coarse, with the .utmost politeness and respect. Palmerston, it is known, married the widow of the Earl Cowper, to whom he had been attached before her first marriage. A great deal of scan. mag. was cir culated in the London circle as to his coutin Unoed intimacy it! ftlter matTtsj' whicU; txrased the-partletdcrabie atmoyajrweOtt the occasion of Mr Buchanan's introduction. atter the usual salutations, Palmerston said : " Pray accompany me into the next room, whero we shall find my Lady Palmerston and some of the family. We are all going to a grand flow er show at Chiswick ; they have coaxed mo into giving them an impromptu luncheon hero in my official residence, where, by the way, I do not reside, and we shall be very glad if you will join our party, without ceremony, and afterwards accompany us to Chiswick. Lady Palmerston will have the honor of calling upon your charming niece, Miss Lane, in the courso of to-morrow, and we hope to sec a great deal of you both at Cambridge House." So saying, Palmerston drew back the folding doors, and there, iu the next room, was a merry party, making glad over a luncheon. Mr Bu chanan was introduced to Lady Palmerston, who said with a smile, "These are my children, Mr Buchanan. This," pointing to the present Earl Cowper, " this is my eldest sou." Mr Buchanan smiled, bowed, glanced from Lord Cowper to Lord Palmerston always remem ber that Buchanan had never heard of iho particular scandal in the case ; never knew that Lady P. had been Lady C; never heard that the Lady married Palmerston after she was 6fty. Bnt glancing from Cowper to Palmer ston, and wishing to be complimentary, he said; " Indeed, my lady, I should have recog nized this gentlemen, even in the street, as Lord Palmerston's son from the strong family resem blance V Mr Buchanan was told how the caso really was after his blunder." The following Dream respecting the Hot practice we clip from an exchange: " Dr B, is an advocate of blisters, for any and all affections of the spinal column, alias the backbone. So intent is his mind ou tho subject, that at night he dreams of it. Tho other night, after retiring late, leaving a can dle close to his bed, he dreamed that he was sick, that a physician was called in, and that the first thing was the application of a most blistering, blister, to Dr. B's back. The draw ing and burning began, and increased to inten sity and intolerable pain. Dr. B. asked his brother doctor to remove it but he refused, saying, that the blister must do its perfect work. Dr. D, could endure it no longer, and raised himself in the bed sekinor relief The exertion in raisinnr and t.hp. tort.nrfl nf t.lift blister on liitf back, awoke him. The first thing that caught his eye was the clothes on fire at the foot of the bed. lie reached behind him to pull hia shirt down over the blister, but the appur tenance to that garment was gone, the fire had burnt it off to the neck. Dr. B, extinguished the Pre in the bed, but the fire in the blister continued to burn, and did not vanish with hia dream." STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, HARNETT COUNTY. COURT OF PLEAS Sf QUARTER SESSIOJVS, MARCH T E 11 M , 1 8 5 9. Malcom Mclnuis, Administrator of Gilbert Mclnnis. versus Thomas Mclnnis, Neill McLean, Duncan A. McLean, John Harrington and wife Jeanette, Allen J. Cameron and wife Catherine, and heirs at Law of Duncan Mclnnis. PETITION TO SELL LAXD. IN this case it appears to the satisfaction of the Court that the Defendants heirs at Law of Duncan Mc lnnis, dec?d are nonresidents of the State: it is, therefore, oidered that publication be made in tne 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. Witxess, Benjamin F. Shaw, Clerk of our said Court at Oflice, the second Monday ot March, A. D. l5tf. BENJAMIN F. SHAW, Clerk April 2, 1859. Cw price of advr. $4 95 they have coma. MULLETS in oak barrels ; Lard in Kegs, Baltimore City cured Hams ; New Orleans clarified and crushed Sugar ; A lot of Garden Tools expected, next week. All for sale low for Cash, at J. II. ROBERTS & GO'S. Store opposite C. T. Uaigh & Sons. April 2. 1859. -tf JSTJETW XjI3STE- IHAVE associated with me, in this line Mr John K. Dailey, and will style the firm OKKfcLL. & DAILEY. , . 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 W upon prompt despatch, by applying to Mr. Dailey on board, or to me at my office. r ORRELL. R. M. ORRELL JOHN K. DAILEY. March 26, 1859. -tf. Feb'y 19. tf Fresh Arrival. r" mnt.S. HERRING, new and in splendid order, ( O 50 Bales Hay, and 65 Bales Rice Straw, Forale for cash at low prices. oraieior. j. H. ROBERTS Jb CO. April 2d. BILL HEADS neatly printed, one, two, and three on a half sheet ruled for the purpose. Give us call at tL . CAROLINIAN OFFICE. The Revolution in Chili Shockng Outrages. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Penn sylvanian, writing from Valparaiso, gives some interesting particulars of the progress of tho revolutionary outbreak in Chili. On the 3rd of January, a battle was fought at Conception, re sulting in the success of the Government troops, after about 400 had been killed and wounded on both sides. Two other battles subsequently took place, in one of which (at San Felippe) 600 were killed aud wounded. Of this engage ment the writer remarks : It is said that the officer in command of tho government troops, in order to excite his men, stated to them that if victorious, they would be granted three hours to plunder and to do just as they pleased with persons and things within their reach. As soou as the enemy were driven from the city the work of plunder and outrage commenced. All the business houses, stores und private residences were forcibly entered and robbed. Not only were the dwellings of respectable citizens robbed and damaged, but the female inmates were insulted, and in somo instances were brutally outraged. The nunnery doors were forced open, and deeds of the most revolting and disgraceful character perpetrated. At the city of Caldero, a 32 pound shot, fired from a Government War Steamer, passed through the house ot tho United States vice consul, greatly damaging the house and furni ture. Petersburg Enprets. From the Cincinnati Enquirer. Upon a another page will be found a sug gestion that the statue of Daniel Webster, re cently sent to Boston by Hiram Powers, " bo placed with his face to the South and his back toward the Commonwealth, to represent the attitude he stood in at the close of his life." We think a valuable amendment to this propo sition would be to place the figure of the great man of MarshCeld in a situation where he could be pointing to the door of Faneuil Hall, whero he was refused the liberty to speak : and, full in front of him, two stone monsters, barring hia way Bigotry and Disunion. A gentleman iu one of Le Sage's novels had one suit of livery for all the servants that came, long men or short, fat mea or lean into that livery they must go. There was a very narrow and scanty amount of cloth in a pattern for a Massachusetts man. Daniel Webster outgrew their measure wheu he took the measure of the Union, and finding now that their contracted cloth cannot even make a shroud for bis skeleton, they vent their spleen against his marble statue. It is amus ing to see these sheep butting against that im perihsablejpillar of a nation's pride. We think most of them must belong naturally, to tho Marllehead race.