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nn 0.:. L a :! mm Mian j 4 11 i X M 0 t. " THE NOBLEST MOTIVE I THE PUBLIC GOOD.' TIM S, $2 00 PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE FAYETTE VILLE, N. C, SATIfKDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859. VOLUME XXI. NO. 1,060. X li.IL O'AU'iLJJiX M All 11 V TKfOIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single- 'copy, ia advance, per annum 2,00 at th; end of the year 3,I0 Single topics, live cents. Xo sab-ci'iptioa will be received for less than six lilOlltilH. 1 intf or Advevtising. Sixtv- fMit-i p.-r 'iuire of 10 liiv-s, or loss, for hot. aid U'i cents fur e.ich subsequent insertion. Uiiy period under three month:-:. 'or three month?, SI 00 For six month, 0 00 for twelve months 10 00 the for Other ndv.-rtl-sem-iits hv the year on favorable t-: a-. A-lvi-rti-ts are particularly requested to s! i; :!j mi'iih'T id' i usertions ib-.-hed, otherwise they ! .ii-ierted until forbid, and charged accordingly. :T'r- .mil WORK of all kinds executed neatly and I-romp SINCLAIR & RANKS. (Li: mi:. nt w in (a it, ATTORNEY AT LAW, w 7 ILL practice in the counties ofRladen, Samp uu and Cumberland. Prompt attention given all bii-iii-.'.-s committed to Lis charge. p::: '. lrri. tf V. S. INORMENT. ATTORXKY ANI CO L'SNLLOIi kT LAW LUMIiKIlTON, N. C. ILL AT Tl'.Nl) the County and Superior Courts, L' ib .-!!), (-umberlainl. Lladen and Colnm liu intni-te l to his care, will receive A at !"!itio:i. Mlics in the Court Houye. i . i -;.:. i-y-w j i.: ATToRNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, W j l ll.'! '.: i:i the ( ourt or K-iOeson . ( ' II !il HIT 1. Coiiirribus and Lladen. rton. Robeson co., N. C. w.:;in. Office at dill AUCTION LLR & COMMISSION MLRCHANT, i-I:ist Siile of Gillespie Street, I-'.VVKTTKVII.J.E, N. C. Nov. l --." EC . GRAHAM, o in mi s si o n i U ere!) an t . WILMINGTON, n. c. YV '1 ve p t -i ':i:u oil in . mi lit ;inu pt-r.-o:iai nneiiiiou to all ( ' ils ! .spirits Turpentine, Kosin, and ail country produce, for sale, n ; stairs over the Store of Mr on-4- Lut b 'Hull's wharf. North Water Street. tf Tnrp ', Oi ill a . 1 1 is. is. 1." X i.' I 'll I r I I I 1 HOTKJL T. V.'AIHMLL. IT. OI'R I El OR. ,.1 r Skills, the ino.-t coir.moilir.ns Hotel i'i f-r. l-si in North Carolina, frontinp oOO - b ati.l ,n ihc cent re id '' ''-'t' poOi i ; l r i i dm-- 1 .! the U:v,Tl (. v,n surrmiiiileo '' :ui u.- i . . i ..,.1 , .. 1 an i-- s. w in.b-.-alc n. el eliaiiis aim i'i "' '!'" pro- ! i -aK-rs. - . til IT.,, 1.1 M Cl I .1 VC'l': H !i I .. l.i: -i.i'-s- men win iii.u iw; " - in 1 enu.forlal.le house. i . A 1 1 I he S'.me- arrive and d part from tins 1 lot el. bunin ille. April 2. I. s.v.i. ly'r tix- aim:, &c. I a lartre as: -orlment of Ro and cooking : Tin-ware: Sheet -Iron : Lead Rip". Al d iJ. minion toll'ec lci." l or sale l y If JAMr.S'MAHTlNE. N hand S : o r - the (ii Nov. ;.'?. IMOTICE- VIG R !'.( LNTLV RUlv'CHASED 11 Tl l tixc GOODS, hi in". ea.ltil - Mi Eelli.tii. 1 am now carrying on the buiaess at ( 'ounei Rluir. 11. II. LYON. r.. 15 Y ii:0. L UID EIi, Two Doors above C. T. Ilnigii fc Son's Store, Fayetteville, A-'. C. Oct. 1, 1S."S. ly. l-'I.VlSUEl). A sCTERIOR STILL CAP and Woi,'l t.iweik lilteeu Barrels, which 1 will ell on rca-.na terms. -M'l'iy soon. JAMES MARTIN E. Eaveti.'viUe. Mav L". V?. w-tf el am i:s KV1,R IS M)IV lUU'UIVIXG A LARGS SUFPjLY" Of iDur-sc & (D ID a HATs, S1IOHS, IIOLTING CLOTHS, Ac, All i.t' xvl-.le'i will 1 e o'.V'-red by Wholesale or Itetail as bi. u ile- a:ne iiualitv can be had in this State. .vi arc a u. i ... -tf Los r. 1) ,i:oriM:i f rr.m my Sulky, on the Fayetteville I'l.mk l?oail in about 11 miles of Fay-du-al l.a;c. containing- a pocket case Ve. The Under will be liberally re-i-.-sm ' the ubscriber a! Fa veil evil o. .I'l l ('''ntr i ttevi'.l . my .1 , of I ust r u :ueat s warded l'V a Mr : li . v LS30 J NO. M. Mi-LE AN. Sl'EliM. K'-tin. I. Lard. Linseed and r. WHITE LEAD; Burnin-Fluid ; Gia-s and Sash of all sit -:. Tanner's OIL; Putty ; Window A fre di supply of Fund's Fain Dcstrover. For sale by JAS. MAKTINE Nov. 27. tf BEDSTEADS .7.VX CHAIRS For Sale at reduced prices, at the Auction Store of A. M. CAMPBELL. A"'.? 21, 1338. tf . S EXT Ia NOTICE. 1) . SCOTT offers his prof isional service to the enmmunif v and may be loor East of the Market, i.t 'i. i.s.v.t. w-t;" seen at his oluce tWO TW'-cc wfklico Campbell ILL i:.-:sL'ME HEli SBHOOL, on Gillespie Street, on Monday Oct ."rd, 18VJ. Sept 12. w-ot d-lt l .-:.'.). w-tf I?actoi I M 1 O R T ATIOXS FOR THE FALL OF 1859. rI"MJK subscribers have received most cf their pur--1- chases for the approaching Fall Trade, embra cing a large and general assortment of tiooceiies, UoHow-Ware, Ry the Ton or less ; Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe Findings. Witli articles generally wanted for manufacture of Shoet-: sa X 211115 RY, In reat variety, and SADULLRY HARD-WARE. Tiiey have also a.lded largely by Direct lmiortation ! from the Manufactures in Europe to their j Department, by which they are enabled to save to j their customers the Northern Jobbers' Profits, and ! they are disposed to sell at a smalt advance on cost on ' the. r usual terms. They solicit an examination of' their coods by the Tiv'de generally j iu udditi-Ui-Aliw aboi ar;ety of Goods,-which in the aggregate constitute one of the largest if not ! The Largest Stotk to be round in Xortb j Carolina, J the undersigned are Sole A rents in thin place for j Mess. Win. Carter & Sou, of Chatham Co., for the sale ' of their j surRiuon iirogass. i Messrs. C. & Son are manufacturing Shoes from j Leather tanned by themselves except the outer sole; j they have all the'recent improvements in machinery, j and are making A Shoe That Planters Will Find Superior in every respect to any ever oll'ered for sale in this section, and at a reasonable price. Call and see ! ! GKO. W. WILLIAMS & CO. August !, -IS'D d-lt w-:5m I). Au Y . 31 C Li A U 14 I a W JOUAi I5VITE ATTi:.TH. TO T-LSsl LARGE and desirable stock, ot (7 R O C K R I E S . CONSISTING IN TART OF 1.30 Rags of Rio. Lauuara and Java Coli'ee ; lOD r.b!s. and ifhdsr.Sugai- (assorted;) 2" llhds. Molasses ; M0 Raeon, Sides and Shoulders o'JO Sacks Salt ; lo() Roxes good Tobacco 12.". Sperm, Adamantine and Taliow Candles; ."() " Soap, (assorted :) oil i: Candv, 100 Rags Shot." " 1000 Lbs. Rar Lead ; obA Rids. Suufi', (Eagle Mills ;) '!' Kegs Soda ; 2.30 Nails ; AT.SO A T.AUGi: AND OKXKltAI- ASSOKTMKNT OF II A It 1 V A li. hi A JV 1 f U X 1 K It V . Farming Utensils of all descriptions ; A neiican. English. Swedes and IVrtn ian Iron ; Rlister. German and Cast Stiel : RUuksmith Tools ; (.'niipi'vs' do.: Corn SheRers nnu Straw Cutters ; Duckets, liroonis and Rails ; Leaihen Manilla ami Jute Rope, (all kinds and (jimlit v :) l'low Lines and Red Cords ; Hollow "Ware : Cotton Yarns and Sheetings fit Factory l'rices ; All of which will be sold low for catli, or on usual time to prompt paving customers. oar stuck bclovc lfr.it;r-'vr,?zr.'..v" D. A- W. McLAUUIN. -tf wnere. r..r, ' Ls-.O. IJlOTS & SIIOI S FALL AND WINTERS I OCK. T. H.-WVIiliV & OS V:,' RE receiving a. larpre stork ot Doois ami snoes .mbracing everv variety of style and quality. (Scuts , Boys and Youth' Calf Boots, (Sabers t Shoes, Light. Double-Sole, and Quilted Bottoms. Ludhs Misses, and Children's, fine heeled (Sailer, Slippers and Shoes. reat variety. Si:i!VAN't'S, siio i:s. A superior article, made to our order : ;le and Double Sole. XCCdtO 1JKOCAXS. A large supply of Rlack and Russet ; single and double sole : purchased direct from Manufacturers at reduced cash prices ; will be sold cheap. A LSO 1 ravel i nil Trui'hs 7v I rtt tin t- nf till. 11 nils Shoe- Eindi n of every desen jt um. All of which we ulfer low for cash, to prompt c ust u ill'. is. Ail''. 2U. IK;1.). 4-tw on usual time 1-td I HAVE asojiuted with me. in this line. Mr John K. Dailey, and will style the iirm ORRELL &. DAILEV. We have purchased the Steamer Sovtiikkn-kk, and in a few days, will have a New Flat employed with her. Those favoring us with their patronage may rely upuii prompt despatch, by applying to Mr. Dailey on hoard, or to me at my ollice. R. M. ORRELL. R. M. OUR ELL March 1S.39. JOHN K. DAILEY -tf. S20 Reward. 11 AN.VWAY from the subscriber on the Kth inst.. a ui'ivo bov named MiXUEL. Said r.eeio is a- bout 2o ycuis old. l feet 1 r two inches high. He is supposed lo be in the neighborhood of Y. 11. Brown in liobeson county, where he was last seen. I will flivc the above reward of twenty dollars itr his deliv ery to me within sixty days from this date. I will jrive an additional reward o S'J.i tor evidence suffi cient to convict anv white man of harborins said l.e uro. " JAMES MtNATT. Au'' 20. 1S.9. w-tf Turpentine! Turpentine! Turpentine on ilk TURPENTINE BOXES on and near uU.v'UU the Hail Road, about 5 to li miles Ire in fayetteville. will be rented on good terms to any per son wishing to embark in the business. Also, a good SAW and GRIST MILL, and two small FARMS. Also, two of the RICHEST FARMS in the County of Cumberland, one about one mile from the Market House, known as the Bailey place ; the other about nine miles from town, known as the celebrated Ashe Lands, w hich h is 2.M) or : ()( acres cleared land, which if nronerl Wiiltivnteri. will nroduce an average ot oO bushels of Corn per acre. i liose wishing to rent said lands must apply soon, or they cannot be rented. For particulars ajrply to C. E. Leete, Fayetteville, who is authorized to rent in mv absence. a. n. Mcdonald. Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 1?". -tf jyjCfJ The Umlersisued Informs femSSln SHIPPERS By his line of Boats, that the loss of the Steamer Lowan wnl not lesson h facilities, for the transoor- tatio:i oi !re;ght. io New St earner rOlrFII CAROLINA " will take her place, and for lightness of draft freich capacity, speed and tiubh for FaWigers. she is not surpassed by any boat, ever on Cape Fear River. T. S. LETTER LOU. Sept. S, 1859. d 4 w 3t ft &W. 6 X V -.i L&SXi TAES M ARTTNEIs ao fecelrtTTtg' a laTfe! fj gen .'ral ussortintnt of every thing in the abovf line. '. ALSO I ; A prime article of Rio, Laguira arid Java COFFEE; ; Crushed and JJrown Sugar ; Sugar House Syrup and J Molasses. , ! All of which is offered on as good terms a? can IK bad in this market. j Nov. 27. tf j f A. rEMRLRTOjs HAS TAKEN THE agency tor ' SCO ILLE it GOODELLL S celebrated ! SiO SOWING ?ACIIITF.S. These Machines are extensively used in tlrs corn, munity, and are prououueed by competent judges to the best FA IIIL Y 3IA CHINE S KNO WJST. So simple is the arrangement, that the Michiuc li not liable to ge out of order, and domestics may bo taught in a few hours to use it with ease and success. Numerous testimonials might be obtained to show the entire satir-factiou which these Machines have giv en, and all the Agent ask of those who desire to pur chase, is to call and see for then, elves the facility and efficiency of its execution. J. A. FEMBERTON . Sept. 0, 1S.39. -sv-5t d-lt i , L UTTER L OWSS LINE. TEA.MER "FANNY7' leaves Fayetteville every o i ouday and Thursday morning, at. 1:3 minutes after Sun rise; and Wilmington, Tuesday and Friday, at o'clock. carrying paascngers and freight. Steamer "SOUTHERNER, " with a full comple ment of Flats, iii. ikes one or more trips pcf week, as circumstances ir.av require. The accident to" the' Steamer "ROWAN?" w ill be repaired in a few days. She will then take her place in the line. T. S. LETTER LO 11. Oct. !). -tf AY ER'S CHERRY lull Tin; kai'ID cci;e cT r-- IlOUl'SVUCSSt EuiliriELB, Mass.. 2.tb Bee, 1S55. rn. .T. C. AvMt : 1 do ii'it litwitata to 6:iy tlio 1. t lvm ily l have evvr f.mml for Cminli.", li..:ii'-.t.-i.--. t lilltit'iiza. nml tlu. ci.iKtcnnitMiit svi'ii:nms of a Colli, is your C iiiikrv I'muinL i t - .- 'Mtrmf use ia m.v praj-tice anil my fruuily if,. !.:-t ta y.a-.s li-ts. pho.vn it to poss.-s S--UJU-! i.-r irtues l..r t '. tr- tm--iit of tlie.se i cuuii-l.iiiits. Kilii.V KMUUf, Jl.D. A. Ii. MOKTLEV, KsQ.,of 1,'tica, X. Y.. writes : '-1 Imve ns.-il your i'fj tokai. niTsi If ainl in my family ever sinco yon iuwnti-d it. :uid helievc it the best ine.liciue for its i.urposo ever jiut out. With a had colli i should sooner iay twenty-five ilollaia for a bottle than do without it. or take any other remedy." Croup, Wlioopinsr Cough, Influenza. SruiNGFlKi.n, Mrss.. Veh. 7. lS.'iR. TjnOTiir.R Aver : I will cheerfully certify your 1'Kitoi.ai. is ihe best remedy we possess for the euro of Whfrt.piiifi 'tt$h. t'.i.t.p, and thochest diseases of children. We of your fraternity in ihe S.)Ut'a appreciate your bkill. and commend your in-Jieiiic n uur peoide. ' 111KAM C0XK1AX, M. 1. AMOS I.T.?., Esq.. Mostebet, Ia.. writes, 3d Jan., 1856: "I b id a tedious Influenza, which confined me in doors six week"; took many medicines without relief ; finally tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman. The first dose relieved the Foivness in my throat and liuim; less than one half the bottle made me compiet-ly well. Your medicines are the chc.-ip.-sl .iri w ell as the best we can buy, and we esteem you, Doctor, and your remedies, as the poor man's friend." Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. West Manthester, Fa., Feb. 4. is,-,r,. Pin : Your Cherry Pectorai is performing marvellous cures in this section. It has relieved several from alarminjr symptoms of consumption, and is now curing a man who has labored under u affection of the lungs for the l:.st f irty years. 11EXKY Ia. PARKS, Merclutnt. . A. A. TCAMSEY, M. I)., Albion, Monroe Co., Iowa, wriles, Sept. 6, 1855 : " During my practice of many years I have f. .mid nothing equal to your Ciiekki Pktoual for Riving ea?e and re lief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable.'' We might add volumes of evidence, but the most com im-in proof of the virtues of this remedy is found ;n its elici ts upou trial. Consumption. Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured o many and Buch dangerous cases as this. Some no human aid can reach ; but even to those the Cherrt Pectoral affords re lief and comfort. Astor IIocse. Sew York Citt, March 5, Doctor Aver, Lowell: I feel it a duty and a pleasure to in form you what your Cherry Pectoral had done for my wifn. She had been five months laboring under the dangerous Kyniji toms of Consumption, from which no aid we could procure f:ae her much relief. She was steadily tailing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recovered from that day. She is not yet as strong r she used to be. but is free from her cough, and calls herself well. Yours, with gratitude ami retrard. OltLAXDO SHELBY, of Sheliitvillz, Onsumptirm, do not despair till you have tried A ver's Citet;ry Pectokal. It is made by one of the best medical chemists in the world, and its cures all round us bespeak the high merits of it virtues. Philadelphia Ledger. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. rpiIE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been taxed 1 their utmost to produce this best, most perfect purgative which is known to man. Innumerable proofs are shown that these Pills have virtues w hich surpass in excellence the ordina ry medicines, and that they win unprecedcntedly upon the esteem of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood, and expel disease. They purge out the foul hrrmors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or gans into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Xot only do they cure the every day complaints of every body, but also formidable and danger ous diseases that have battled the best of human skill. While they produce powerful effects, they are, at the same time, in di minished doses, the safest and beat physic that can I employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to t;ike; and being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not su! Ftantiated by men of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and physicians have, lent their names to certify to the public tiie re liability of my remedies, while others have sent me the assur ance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute im mensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering fcllow-iutii. The Agent below named is pleased tofurni.-.h gratis my Amer ican Almanac, containing directions for their use, an J cert ifi cates of their cures of the following complaints: Costiveness, Bilious Complaints. Itheumatism, Prepay, ITenr burn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Xnusra. Indiges tion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels.and Pain arising therein m, l latulcncv, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous ami Cutaneous Dis eases which require an evacuant Medicine, Scrofula or King's Evil. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the sys tem, cure many complaints which it would not be supiiosed they vuld reach, such as Deafness. Partial Blindness, Xenrnlgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with some other pUI they make more profit on. Ask for Ayer's Pills, and take noth ing else. No ether they can give yon compares niih this in its intrinsic value or enrativp powers. The sick want the b-jst aid tere is for them, and they sliould have it. lrciareI by Dr. J. C. YKIl Practical an! Analytical Chemist, Lowell Hass. Trice, 23 Cts. per 1!ix. I'ivk Boxes P03 Jl. SOLD BY S. J. HINSDALE, Feb'y 19, 1859. Iy Fayetteville, N. C. WS XV X V vaL W I I Vi ! m a a i GOODS. E AKE RECEIVING IN ADDITION tnni. present stock the f.vt!.i 1- Coffee, Rio, laguira and Java. : 'J lihis and Uhds. Sugtir, different grades. J V,0-3 SoaP assorted qualities. i i i- . 10 ;?s:e Mills Snuff, in small bladders, s auu ivegs euper Carbonate Soda. 20 . Stewarts Candy. 3-5 Candles, Adamantine and Sperm. 5 Bales Ragging, Dundee and Gunuy. 2 I ons IIolloww are. 200 Sacks Liverpool Salt. 500 Lbs Bar Lead, 50 Rags shot. IuJ Keg Nails. . ALSO . 1-1113 AA viii: ; AND COTLEUY. arttlli?l-yf Collar, Wliips, Sac, GINGER, PEPPER and SPICE - " Window Glass, Putty and White Lead. Cigars, Green and Black Tevs. Bale Rope and Twine. Manilla Rope, Sash Cord &c. Brooms, Buckets, Pails and Matches. Cotton Yarns and Sheetings at factory prices. And a good many other articles not mentioned, and expect to make such additions to our stock, as the trade requires. We will sell at wholesale or retail, low for cash ; or 0:1 time to prompt paying customers, or exchange for country produce. Persons wanting goods in our line, are requested to examine our ttock before purchasing. FEMBERTON & SLOAN. E. L. PEMBKIiTDX. GlIOKGE Sl.OAX. Aug. 25, liioO. w-4t-is d-3t Fall ami Winter Good?, 1 859. WE are now receiving and by lsfeplember will have in store OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, comprising a large assort ment of STArXE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes. Hats and Bonnets, READY MADECLOT1I1AG, Sc., All of which we are disposed to sell at at the lowest market prices for cash or good paper. II. & E. J. LILLY'. Aug. 2G, 1809. d-lt DE3NTTISTH.Y. n- m- m. vt C2 n 'tr w s: l. , ; B lit, J 2m. l'X SLLi O 1711 -J ...0 M-Jr docidodon permanently locathur in the Towr, of Fayetteville, rcspectfull offers his servi ces to the cftiz ns of this place and surrounding country. In all the various branches of his Pro fession, including the manufacture of Mineral Teeth, he is satislicd, after an extensive experi ence, to which is added a thorough Rental educa tion, that ho can give entire satisfactin as fwr as it is in the power of Dcntisrry. All irregularities of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful nian uer, as well as diseases of the mouth, None but the proper metals are made use of in the various perations. Charges will be moderate, that the Si-uefits of the Profession may bo placed within the roach of all who mav feel an interest in the ...... .:.-... .-.J? 1. rii "V "y""- lut- r -f VV cV- - iii be found at all tiiifos!' Mav 15, 1853 tf IIIIS Company has been in operation more than six years, and has paid its Fire losses, amount ing to $2:i.."24.S7 without any assessment; insurance av erag'ng its incubers about i per cent. Amount of property now insured, $1,563,490.01 Aftiouut premium notes now on hand, 247,7S8.08 DIRECTORS: George McNeill, 1). A. Kay, II. L. M3"rovcr; S. W. Tillinghast, Henry Lilly, N. A. Stednian, . S. J. Hinsdale, T. S. L.utterloh, YVm. McLauriii, S. T. Hawlev, W. X. Tillinghast, A. A. McKethan. J. I. Williams, James G. Cook, A. W. Steel, James Kyle, Hon. J. G. Shepherd, 11. F. Drown, AVilmington. A. E. Hall, WiluiinetoD, OFFICERS : . GKOKGE McXEILI., PKKSIDEXT. I). A. KAY, VICE PRESIDENT. C. A. MCMILLAN, SECKETARV. J. Collins and C C. McGrummen. Travelling Agent. The Company invite applications. ilay 19, 1859. wly'r "MORE NEW GOODS!! I AM JUST RECKIVINHJ MY SPRINO STOCK OF GOODS in my line. They were selected in the Northern Cities by myself, with preat care, and bought on the most reasonable terms, by which I am enabled to offer the largest stock I ever be fore offered to tlTe public, and to offer them generally AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. FRUITS K USOXS.FKJS. PRUNES. APPLKS. LEMONS. ORANGES CHERRIES, CURRANTS. Sic; PICKLES. JELLIES AND PRESERVES, A GREAT VARIETY ; PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS; Fancy Soaps and Pomades ; M US1CAL IN ST li U M EN TS KIDDLES. DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES. BANJOS, GUITARS, ic Walking Canes of every kind : BA SKE T A ND WILL O W Ilobbv Horses. &c : WARE NUTS riXR AND COMMON CANDIES: SARDINES FIN i-INE f'.KURS : SMOKING ANDCHKWIXG TOB A C t O ; CRACKERS: FINE POCKET KNIVES; A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PORT-M O N A I ES, SOME VERY NICE; FANCY E.N V MUl'W. u FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS; AN ASSORTMENT OF INDIA RUPBER GOODS, WHIPS, COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock. 1 have a great many handsome things that cannot fail to please. , JAMES R. LEE, April2,lSo9 -tf Hotel Building. AS I am determinod fo emigrate to the West, I of fer my laud for sale, containing Nine Hundred Acres more or less, located on the Turnpike road leading from Fayetteville to Rockingham, Twenty four miles from the former and twenty eight from the latter, and also, between four aud live miles from the Center Plank road. Oa the abov e tract of land there is a small Farm of good upland cleared, with all the Huildings necessary for a small farmer; and theie are also about Ten acres of good Swamp land, cnt down and ditched, ready for clearing up, all of which is well adapted to the production of Corn, Cotton Ac. There is also an excellent Mill Site, on this land on a never ceasing Stream, the dam of which is partly made. ADy person wishing to go into Turpentine, would do well to call and examine for themselves, as it is not iufcrior to any in the State, for Turpen tine. If the above mentioned land, is not sold by the l.th.;of October, I will offer it at public sale, of which due notice will be given. Any person wishing to in quire into the particulars, may address me at Moat rose, P.O., or may find mo at any time, at my resi dence. J. J, JOHNSOX. Aug. 27, 1S39. C-tw l td pd 10,000'n' paid. . Oct.l, 185C. TALLOW WANTED. FOR the highest cash price will be A. M. CAMPBELL. tf the xojrni cakollmax. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 14. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Our Difficulty with England. One of the strangest things in the world is tliat two nations like the U. States and Great Britain sliould be continually growling at each other, never content with what we have, but like the horse leach we are trying give, give !" This trait of the American character is not a little indulged in by our cousin over the water, and it appears that at this time the John Dulls are a little grasping and wish to appropriate more than is their own. The Island of San Juan is the bone of contention at present. It is mi Island ome fifteen miles ! long by eeven wide. It e4twtl ' tuetwcn the Straits of Rosario and the Canal do Haro is claimed by Washington Territory as a portion of Yatcom county. The British also claim it as belonging to the crown. According to the treaty of '40, it is most evi dent that this was acknowledged to be the property of the United Stat ss. The treaty of June 13, 1846, stipulates as follows : Article 1. "From the point of the fortv-nintlvpara 11 el of north latitude, where the boundary laid down in existing treaties and conventions between Great Rritan and the United States terminates, the line of boundary between the territories of her Britannic Majesty and those of the United Stales shall be con tinued westward along the 49th parallel of north latitude to the middle of the channel which separa tes the continent from Vancouver's Island: and thence southerly through the middle of the said channel and of Fuca Straits to the Pacific ocean : Provided, however, that the navigation of the said channel and straits south of the forty-ninth parallel of north latitude remain free and open to both par ties. There are two channels between the continent and Vancouver's Island, both of which lead into the Straits of Fuca. There are the Straits of ltosario and the Canal de Faro, the latter of which is near est to Vancouver's Island and is the recognized channel, stipulated in the treaty, for two reasons. 1st, it is really the only channel, being the widest and deepest; and 2ud, it is nearest to Vancouver's Island the property which it was thi desire of Britain to secure at the time the treaty was made. Besides, at that time there were no British sub jects upon any Island save Vancouver's, and that only, upon the extreme Southern enu of the Island. In the treaty there is no island mentioned except Vancouvers', as being the property of Great Britain. And we may safely infer that the islands nearest the continent belong to the continent, except words to the contrary were used. The island is one of great importance to the Uni ted States, from its near proximity to our posseas- bors upon it and two othrW i .r.nn T.nnez island very close to it. It is also a most important fishing sta tion and bids fair to be a valuable j'iece.of property to AVashington when it becomes a state. Lately the British government has begun to for tify Vancouver's island, and the ltussian Govern ment has taken the precaution to attend to their possessions in that latitude in the same way. While we are willing to concede what is rightfully theirs, we ought and no doubt will demand and enforce our own rights at all hazards. Gen. Harney has taken possession of the place and the British Government has dono the same. What the result will be we know not. The African Slave Trade ! The administration cannot be too highly commended for the efficient and early steps it has taken to suppress the African Slave Trade. In this as well as in nearly all other instances, is demonstrated most satisfactorily, to the people of the Nation, the efficiency, abil ity, and excellent management of those whose province and duty it is to administer the laws of the land. According to the joint treaty, with England, the United States is required, to place a force of Eighty guns, on the Afri can Coast ; the administration, however, has increased the number of Guns to one hundred and sixteen. Secretary Toucey, has ordered the following squadron, with efficient officers to each vessel, to the coast of Africa, The Steamers San Jacinto, Mystic, Sumpter, Mohican, and the Sloops of War Constellation, Portsmouth Marion and Vincenncs. The Constellation is the flag ship. On our own coast the steamers Crusader, Lieut. Maflit, t lie Mohawk, Lieut, Craven ; Wyandotte, Lieut. Stanly ; and Fulton. Com. G.G. Williamson. These Vessels are intended also to cruise upou the Cuban shore in order to detect any Slavers which might elude the vigileuce of the Naval force on the African coast. They are of much ligter draft than those formerly employed by us ; hence they will be the better prepared to chase vessels in this lawless business in shallow water. J3FThc following notice of our distinguished townsman is from the Washington Dispatch. " Jcdok SiiEPiiEKD. It has been convenient for Judge Shepherd to spend the two Sabbaths in this place. Last week he attended Martin a ourt; this week he is presiding at Pitt Court. The Judge has set an example worthy of imitation, in his punctili ous regard of the Sabbath. He don't travel on Sunday. Let Judges remember that they re to be judged.11 Sa?- Xew Paper. Mr. T. J. Garner of Pleasant II ill, proposes to commence the pub- cation of the Murfreesboro1 Southron and Union Adcocate, about the middle of October next. It is to be opposition in politics. Death by Lightxixg. Mr. David D. Kel ly, of Duplin County, was killed by a stroke of lightning, between Magnolia and Warsaw on monday evening last. Lecture. Rev. E. W. Caruthers, D. D., Author of "The Old North State in 1776" will deliver a Lecture before the "Greene Mountain Asscciatioa" at the Methodist Church in Greensboro on Friday next the ICth inst. The Charlotte Bulletin Its Democracy. W have watched with no'little interest the long and tedious examination of our cotemporary, by the political M. D's., and we find that according to its own statement of the extent and nature of it malady it is really in a critical condition. It is kind of democratic, kind of whig, and kind of neutral ; but a little m ro democratic than anything else. To show its various positions we will quote from it : " Bui, through respect to tho head of the leader of the Democratic Press in North Carolina, wo answer: We are Demoorats and always have been, the Senior dating back bis association with the Democracy twouty-eight yeara." That's democratic with one exception, viz : " the leader of the democratic press," (Standard). Tho Standard is not tho leader of the Democratic Press in North Carolina. It is the central organ. We. t one, know no leader but the principles of the parly. BnUwe copy again : ' ' " Being Democrats we expect to cooperate with the party by voting for its nominee if he or they are sound and reliable men." The first portion of this sentence is democratic ; the other pardon us friends Bulletin, if we say it is arrogance. By this an Editor of a paper i sets himself up as a judge, whoso judgment is to be relied upon more than the united wisdom of a convention of gentlemen, it assumes that the Edi tor or Editors of a political paper know more than say fifty men ! Why, such a course of conduct is nothing less than anarchy one man power tho very opposite oidemocraey. The Bulletin says : " Yet, we will exercise the riirht to canvass the claims and nualihcatiou ot all who seek office or may be brought forward for position." That's neither democratic nor whig ! The following is the only portion of the Bulletin's article which we consider democratic ; but this portion alone is excellent, read it : " We will defend and aid to sustain the Democ racy when they adhere to the principles of Democ racy as expounded by its fathers ; but rebuko those who by a temporising process lose sight of the paramount duties of the party Let tho De mocracy go forward aud do their duty and we will cheerfully render them our support ; otherwise, wo will expose their follies and endeavor to reform, them. Is the indard satisfied ?" A Suggestion. Now that the Merchants of our town and vi cinity, have commenced receiving their Fall and Winter stocks, we think a little wholesome ad vice on the subject of Advertising, would be bv no means amiss. The value of Printers Ink cannot be questioned by those who have tried the experiment of Advertising. Our col umns are ample testimonials, of the fact that Vo cc- t til cd ii uiuuj vWir ov.tf our Merchants are very liberal indeed. Those who advertise are our largest Merchants, xie rea son is palpable to those who convass the merits of the subject. Many poor men have become princely merchants in this way, and it is reasonable to suppose whatever has been done, may act as a criterien for the future. A gentleman just commencing in business told us sometime since that he intended to spend two hundred and fifty dollars, during each year, for Printers Ink. The consequence is, and it has not been many months since he spoke to us on the subject, he sells more goods in his line, thnn any other merchant engaged in a similar bnsi" uess in this place. These instances are innumer able ; we can recollect many, even in our own community. Try its friends and our word for it your business will increase, much more rapidly, than you imagine. Advertise liberally. It is the secret of suc cess to all, it matters net what their business may be. Excursion. On Saturday evening last a number of our citi zens and others took passage on the Western Rail Hood to Spout Springs, about twenty miles from town. The evening was fine and there was just sufficient number of passengers along to render tho trip a pleasant and agreeable one. The track from Little River to r ayetteville is in very excellent order ; indeed, it is so on the whole line of the road, except in a few occasional places which have not been worked upon recently. At Spout Springs a waier station anu warenouse are oeing erectcu. e learn also that Messrs D. Murchison & Son, intend building a store and filling it with goods at an early date. There are some deep cuts to bo made just above this place before the track laying can be re sumed again. When these are finished, between four and five miles of track can be laid forthwith. It is supposed they will reach the twenty -four mile post by Christmas. Bridge Fallen. Weregret to learn that tho Bridge ovei Little River at Manchester, twclvo miles west of this place, broke in two on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. A wagon belonging to Abner Coletrain, Esq., of Randolph, was crossing it at tho time. The driver, a negro, was seriously if not fatally injured, three horses killed and tho entiro load, sixteen barrels of flour, thrown into the river. Another bridge, we understand, will be built imme diately. It should be done forthwith as a very large amount of country produce comes into town in that direction, and our country friends will, ia all probability, delay bringing it in until the bridgo is built again. Washington National, Monument. A con tribution box is at the Post office where those who wish to contribute towards the completion of this monument can do so. Similar boxes have been placed at various Post offices in the United States. In some places large contributions have ljeeu made, in others nothing has been received. Another Mass Meeting for the Blue Bidge Railkoal. We see by the Franklin, N. C, Ob server, that there- will bo a public barbecue given at Franklin, on Friday, the 23d of this month, by the friends of the Blue Ridge Railroad. Tho committee promise their friends in Georgia, South Carolina, and the adjoining counties, a cordial re ception and a hospitable entertainment.