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, ... l S -! , , TERMS, $2 00 PER ANlTO1' FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, SA JBDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1859. VOLUME XXI. " THE JNUULEST MUTIVJfi U iaJU rUifLlU liOUD." Wt.v tv .nv.vnr I NO. 1,0G2. - T V. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . Single copy, in advance, per anni $2,60 at the end of the yi 600 Single copies, five ce No subscription will be received. less than six months. f i h . Rates of Adrerti alls- Sixty cents per square of 16 line '. ' frf less, for the urst, and 30 cents for each subsequ insertion, for any period under three months. i For three months, . . . . 4 00 For six months, .....'$ 6 00 For twelve months, . . . . $ . 10 00 Other advertisements by the j9ar on favorable terms. Advertisers are particul irlj requested to ctate the number of insertions desalt otherwise they Will be inserted until forbid, and chsrgl accordingly. 7C-&- Juli WORK of all kinds evented neatly and promptly. f SINCL.A I BANKS. i1 CLUilfciNT U."Vf IGHT, ATTORNEY AT L.-WJ X'ayettevillc , 350"- CJ- "7"ILL practice in the counties f Bladen, amp V T son and Cumberland. Proir t attention given - to all busi uess committed to h3 ch rge April 2, 1H58. tf YV. S. NORME -IT. ATTORNEY AND COUSNEL JR kT LAW LUMBERTON, A.C XTUJ ATTEND the County an Superior Courts, t of Robeson, Cumberland, Btden and Colum bus. All business intrusted to his ere, will receive prompt attention. Oflicein the Cc r uouse .1 u!y 1, 1-y-w -A IO UN 1. VUIiLiEU, ATTORXEY AND COUNSEI QK AT LAW, irlLL PRACTICE in the Co rts of Robeson, Cumberland. Columbus and Maden. Office at Lumljurtoii, Uobeson CO N. C. July .r, 18;V.). w.3in. J AUCTIONEER & CO.UMISSIO f MERCHANT, East Side of Gillespi Street, Fatettevi lle , N. C. Nov. 13, I808 Commission fiXcxAjlnt. WILMINGTON, js d A A r ILL Rive prompt and person i attention to T V Consignments of Spirits ' tirpentine, Iio Tar, Turpentine, and all country p tjduce for sale. ;'i- OF FIG E up glabu and joining tairs over the StAre of Mr Von- Lutterluh's wl-jf. North Water .Street. tf 4 June IS. 1859. FAY KTT KV I LLE HOTEL, T. WADDILL, PROPI ETOR. 'J 11 IS, the most . o-mmodious Hotel I in North Car liia, lrontmg dUi) feet 011 liny and J onaldson streets, is located in the cei.reof the business liiir houses, wholesale merchants nl principal pro duce deaU-rs. , . jr.-iS Uusiness men v. ill find the 3tel a convenient and comfortable house. , AIT the Stages arrive and depai from this Hotel. Fayetteville, April 2, 1859. U: ly'r Stoves, Sliest-Iron TIX-WARK. &c. hand, a large assortment V, Box and cooking ; stoves : Tin-wwri' ; Sbeet-Ir.n ; Lead Pip. Al so the '-Old Dominion t'oflee Ist.V For sale by Nov. 27. tf ; JAM5S MAKTINE. ISTOTICE. VYIVG KKCKNTLY PURCHASED THE f Council A Melvethan, 1 am n- t" carrying on the lercantile business at Council s 51uft. ! 11. II. LY'ON. Aug 10. W-tf iaT.iT." i. ' OL:0. Li.UDEK, Two Duors above C. T. Ha & Sou's Store, Fayetteville, C. Oct. 1, 1858. ly. FOR S-AXjZE- el l"ST EIXISIIEO. A SUPER Oil STILL CAP and WORM to work fifteen Barrel : which I will sell on reasonable terms. Apply soon JAMES MARTINE. Fayetteville, May 10, '59. w-tf LOST. liOPPED from my Sulky on the Fayetteville J ami Centre l'lauk Koad ir ibout llmilesofFay otteville, my Medical hags, con aining a pocket case of Instruments &c. Th.' finder will be liberally re warded bv addressing the ubsc iber at Fayettevil.e. Julv 2.1d LS59. NO. M. McLEAN. SPEltM. R' tiiu'd, Lard, Lins il itud Tanner's OIL ; WHITi: LKAI) ; Uurning 1 laid ; Putty ; Window Glass and Sash of all sizes. ; -fk ALSO- A fresh supply of Pond' Pain Destroyer. For sale by JAS. MARTINE. Nov. 27. tf fl BEDSTEADS AND CHAIRS For Sale at reduced price j at the Auction Store of A. M. CAMPBELL. A tg 21, 1653. tf j DENTAL ?t0TlCE. DR. R. SCOTT offers his profesional services to the community and ma j be seen at his office, two door East of the Market U Sept. 9. 1853. w tf $ SVIiss Alice Ottmpbell ILL RESUME HER BflOOL, on Gillespie Street, on Monday UCt Jr 1859. Sept 12. w-JC $20 Reward. T AN AWAY from the subscriber on the 8th inst., a J t negro boy named MANUEL. Said negro is a bout 25years old, feet 1 or two inches high. He is supposed to le in the neighborhood of W. H. Brown in liofx-son county, where he was last seen. I will give the above reward of twenty dollars for his deliv ery to me vitbin sixty days from this date. I will give an additional rew-ird of $20 fqr evidence sum cient to convict any white man of harboring said ne gro. JAMES McNATT. Aug 20, 1859. w-tf siiDbai ass 3 JAMES K Y L, E , IS now receiving his usual supply of Goods, among which urc Rich Silks, Col'd and Black ; French Merinos and delaines ; English Do. Do.; Kid and Net Gloves, assorted ; Bed and Negro Blankets ; Bolting Cloths, No. 1 to 10 ; Ready-Made Clothing ; Boots and Shoes ; With a very large assortment'of other Goods. All of which were purchased by the package at the lowes rice. Those purchashing will please call and look at the Goods and prices, Sept. 16, 1859 w-tf IMPORTATIONS FOR THE FALL OP 1859. rpflp .b5cribcra have received most of their pur I ehases lor the approachiag Fall Trade, embra cing a large and general assortment of Coocerics, Hollos -Ware, By the Ton or less ; Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe Findings. With articles generally wanted for manufacture of Shoes: In great variety, and SADDLERY HARD-WARE. They have also added largely by Direct Importation from the Manufactures in Europe to their H.JJRD-WA.Htt &: CUTLERY Department, by which they are enabled to save to their customers the Northern Jobbers' Profits, and they are disposed to sell at a small advance on cost on their usual terms. They solicit an examination of their goods by the Trade generally ... In addition to the above variety of Goods, which in the aggregate constitute one of the largest if not The Largest Stock to be Found in Worth Carolina, the undersigned are Sole Agents in this place for Mess. Wni. Carter & Sou. of Chatham Co., for the sale of their SUPERIOR BROGAJiS. Messrs. C. & Son are manufacturing Shoes from Leather tanned by themselves except the outer sole; they have all the recent improvements in machinery, and are making A Shoe That Planters Will Find Superior in every respect to any ever offered for sale in this section, and at a reasonable price. CwUndBeeM August 9, 48.r.3 d-lt w-om TREASURER'S OFFICE, WililnRtM,Cliarlotte &. RutUerfbrcl Uallroau WiLMixoTon, N. C, September li, 18o9 riMlE ANNUAL MfcJvriKli' 'mu 1 STOCKHOLDERS of the Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad Com pany, will be held in the town of Charlotte, on Fri day 14th -day of October next. 3 J D. S.- COWAN, Secr'y Wadesboro' Argus, Fayetteville Observer, and Pres byterian, Charlotte Democrat and Whig, and Rnther ford Enquirer, copy weekly till meeting. Send bill to Treasurer's office. Sept, 14, 1856. d-lt w-tm ON Hie last Thursday (2th.,) of October, 19o9, ill hf an plpp.tiou held at the several elec tion Precincts of Harnett County, for the selection of the County site of said County. JAS. R. GRADY, Sheriff. Sept. 16, 1859. d It. w-te. IIIAVE associated with me, in this line, Mr John K. Dailey, and will style the firm ORRELL & I A tl PV Ve have purchased the Steamer Southerner, and in a few days, will nave a aew r iai euipiujcu Thnw fHt-nrincr us with their patronage may rely upon prompt despatch, by applying to Mr. Dailey on board, or to me at my ouice. R. M. ORRELL. R. M. ORRELL March 26. 1859. JOHN K. DAILEY. -tf. Turpentine! Turpentine! Turpentine OA unil TURPENTINE BOXES on and near DU, J U U the Rail Road, about 5 to 6 miles from 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, which has 250 or 300 acres cleared land, which if properly cultivated, will produce an average of 30 bushels of Corn per acre. Those wishing to rent said lands must apply soon, or they cannot be rented. For particulars apply to C. E. Leete, Fayetteville, who is authorized to rent in my absence. V N. McDONALD. Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 185, -tf 1A AAALBS- TALLOW WANTED. FOR JlV7WvJvJ which the highest cash price will be paid. A. M- CAMPBELL. Oct.1. 1856. tf HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPAIA. A Henvolcnt Institution established by speeial Endowment, for the Relief of tbe Sick and Uis- m - .- -rr 7 1 T' " 7 . ', tressed, cjflicated with Virulent and Epidemic Uisea ses. 11HE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the . awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfor tunate victims of such diseases by QuacKs, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a C H ARTI ABLE ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary tor the treatment or this class or aiseases. of all their forms, and to give MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description in their condition, (age, occupation, habits oi me sc.) and in case of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MED ICINE FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age, will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, in their Annua Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, expres the highest sntisfaction with tbe sucess which ha attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure os Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Wcaknees, Gonorrhoea, Gleets Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or Self-j.buse, Diseases of the Kidnevs and Bladder. &.C., and order a continuance of the same plan for the ensuing yar The Directors, on a view of the past, foel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have been of great benefit to the affilicated, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote them selves, with renewed zeal, to this very important and much despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Semi- aalr Weatoess, Jkcuyice ofJJnanisin, Masturbation, or bv the Consulting Sursreon. will be sent by mail (in a sealed envelope,) FREE OF CHARCE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Other Report and Tracts on the nature and treatment of Sexual diseases, diet. Ac, are constantly being published for gratuitous distribution, and will be sent to the affiicated. Some f the new remedies and methods of treatment dis covered during the last year, are of great value. Addres. for Report or treatment. DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon. Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. EZRA A. HEART WELL, President., 3EO. FAIRCHILE, Secretcuy. AT5 Ml If JQfe 1 & TAMES MARTIN is now receiving a large and fj general assortment of everything in the above line. ALSO ' A prime article of Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE; Crushed and Brown Sugar ; Sugar House Syrup and Molasses. j had in this market. Nov. 27. tf JA. PE.VIBERTON HAS TAKEN THE agency for SCOVILLE & GOODELLL'S celebrated SEWING MACHINES. These Machines are extensively used in this com munity, and are pronounced by competent judges to the best JFAMIL Y MA CHINE S KNO WIST. So simple is the arrangement, that the Michine is not liable to get out of order, and domestics may be taught in a few hours to use it with ease and success. Numerous testimonials might be obtuined to show the entire satisfaction which these Machines have giv en, and all the Agent ask of those who desire to pur chase, is to call and see for thenselves the facility and efficiency of its execution J. A. PEMBERTON. w-5t, d-lt Sept. 9, 1859. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR THE RAPID CURE OF Colds, Coughs, and. Hoarseness. Bkimfield, Mass., 20th Dec, 1855. Dr. J. C. Aver : I do not hesitate to say the best remedy I have ever found for Coughs, Hoarseness, Influenza, and the concomitant symptoms of a Cold, U your Cherry Pectoral. Its constant uso in my-practice and my family for tlio last ten years hag shown it to possess superior virtues for the treatment of these complaints. EBEN KNIGHT, M. D. A. 15. MORTLEY, Esq., of Utica, N. Y., writes : "I have Hsed your Pbctoral myself and in my family ever since yon invented it. and believe it the best medicine for its purpose ever put out. With a bad cold I should sooner pay twenty -five dollars for a bottle than do without it, or take any other remedy." Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza. . . . . . J?.p,lWy V8K,Vj .toi best remedy we possess for the cure of Wlumping thugh. Croup, anil tuechest disoiises of children. We of your fiat ern ity in the South appreciate jour skill, and commend your medicine to our people. IIIKAM COMiLIX, 31. 1. AMOS LEE, Esq., Monteret, Ia., writes, 3d Jan., 1856: "I had a tedious Influenza, which confined me in doors six weeks; took many medicines without relief ; finally tried your Pectoral by tbe advice of our clergyman. The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and lungs; less than one half the bottle made me completely well, lour medicines are tne cneapesi as well 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. Wist Manchester, Pa., Feb. 4. 1856. Sir : Your Chbrrt Pectoral is performing marvellous cures in this section. It has relieved several from alarming symptoms of consumption, and is now curing a man who has labored under an affection of the lungs for the last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant. A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., Albion, Monro Co., Iowa, writes, Sept. 6, 1855: "During my practice of many years I have found nothing equal to your Cherry Pectoral for giving ease and re lief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable." We might add volumes of evidence, but the most convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy ia found in its effects upon trial. Consumption. Probably no one remedy has ever beeu known which cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no human aid can reach ; but even to those the Cherry Pectoral affords re lief and comfort. Astor Hotsi, New York City, March 5, 1856. Doctor A ter, Lowell : I feel it a duty and a pleasure to in form you what your Cherry Pectoral has done for my wife. She had been five months laboring under the dangerous symp toms of Consumption, from which no aid we could procure gave her much relief. She was steadily failing, 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 as she used to be, but is free from her cough, and calls herself well. Yours, with gratitude and regard, ORLANDO SHELBY, op Shelbyville. Omsumptiva, do not despair till you have tried Ater's Cherry Pectoral. It is made by one of the best medical chemists in the world, and its cures all round us bespeak the high merits of its virtues. Philadelphia Ztdger. Ayerfc Cathartic Pills. THE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect purgative which is known to man. Innumerable proofs are shown that these Pills have virtues which surpass in excellence the ordina ry medicines, and that they win unprecedented!- ujMjn the esteem of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Tksir 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 humors hieli breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered or e.ns Into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with trenzth to the whole svsteni. Not only do they cure the every day complaints of every body, but also formidable and dancer ous diseases that have baffled the best of human skill. hile they produce powerful effects, they are, at the. same time, in di minished doses, the safest and best physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take ; and being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sub stantiated 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 the 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 fellow-men. The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my Amer ican Almanac, containing directions for their use, and certifi cates of their cures of the following complaints : Coetiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heart burn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach, Nausea. Indiges tion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, and Pain arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Dis eases which require an evacuant Medicine, Scrofula or King's BvU. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the sys tem, cure many complaints which it would not be supposed they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia 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 by unprincipled dealers with some other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Ater's Pills, and take noth ing else. No other they can give you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative powers. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. Prepared y Ir. J. C. AVER Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell Haas. Price, 35 Cra. ria Box. Five Boxes fob $1. BOLD BY S. J. HINSDALE, Feb'y 19, 1859. ly Fayetteville, N. C. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! ! WW cervine, the best and finest Assortment ui ing, we have ever exhibited in this Market. Princi pally Consistiug of Common Working Coats, suitable for Laborers, and a fine stock of Cassimere and Clcth Coats,of the best make and latest styles. Pants of the finest and be?t kind, any body that wants good Work ing Pants had better come soon, a id examine. Vests of all qualities, and shapes, tiue lineen Shirts, Marseil les Shirts, Cotton and Flannel Drawers Uunder Shirts &c, !cc. Which we otlcr ta sell lower than anybody in thi Market. Call and Examine. GKEENTREE & BAEXUM. Sept. 10, 1859. w-5m ,cd News Good News ! - e Govern Yourselves Accordingly, npj. ..Wilmington, Charlotte, and Rutherford Rai JL t. ad, will in all probability, be completed from WU' ' yon J"' afc least to Lumberton, Robeson Coo Yme time during the Year 1860, when ike Cocr .Aarough which it passes will be made to real tee x 'e extent, the great and inconceivable ad vat -& afforded our Country through the efforts of oar tgetic and zealous representatives in this gro. i yoble and profitable work. But greater ad vaat 'ii-j could not be possibly felt or enjoyed by tben-' will be by the Customers and friends of v-t l3rown & C ar ter, i i T i tfr i - S'fffTfi'v rr' aDiLPurcxiaie ia5ftt';v and well 6elected Stock of STtavt.' and. Fancy Dry Goods Groceries, 'c. Which they are now receiving, all fresh and direct from the JVorth and of the latest Styles. A full and complete Assortment, of which they expect to keep Constant. on hand trom time to time, at remarkably ow "rices for cash, or on time to those who Settle inan&iui 10 tueir customers, ana menus, ior past favors, they earnestly ask a Continuance of the same. A. D. BROWN. J. R. CARTEli. Lumberton, N, C., Sept. 1G, 1859. d-lt w-31 Fall and Winter Goods, 1859. WE are now receiving and by 1st September will have in store OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL, AND WINTER GOODS, comprising a large assort ment of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes. Hats and Bonnets, READY MADE CLOTHIAG, Sc., All of which we are disposed to sell at at the lowest market prices for cash or good paper. H. & E. J. LILLY. Aug. 26, 1859. d-lt w-6t DR. JAMES 1 AVIS, having decided on permanently locating in the Town of Fayetteville, respectfully offers his servi ces to the citizens of this place and surrounding country. In all the various branches of his Pro fession, including the manufacture of Mineral Teeth, he is satisfied, after an oxteusive experi ence, to which is added a thorough Dental educa tion, that he can give entire satisfaction as far as it is in the power of Dentistry. All irregularities of the Teeth treated in a proper and careful man ner, as well as diseases of the mouth, None but the proper metals are made use of in the 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. "Office over Houston's Jewelry Store, where he will be found at all times. May 15, 1858 tf ti m '-itui -in "-n u3 'u t si 'mm "5 -Ik ASSETS $254,618 62. THIS Company has been in operation more than six years, and has paid its Fire losses, amount ing to $23,524.87 without any assessment ; insurance averaging its meir.bers about i per cent. Amount of property now insured, $1,563,490.01 Amount premium notes now on hand, 247,738.08 DIRECTORS : George McNeill, D. A, Ray, II. L. Myrover; S. W.Tillinghast, Henry Lilly, N. A. Stednian, S. J. Hinsdale, T. S. Lutterloh, AVm. McLauria, S. T. Hawley, W. N. Tillinghasl, A. A. McKetban, J. D. 'Williams, James G. Cook, , A. W. Steel, James Kyle, Hon. J. G. Shepherd, R.F.Brown, Wilmington. A. E. Hall, Wilmington. OFFICERS: GEORGE McNEILL, president. D. A. RAY, VICE PRESIDENT. C. A. MCMILLAN, SECRETARY. Collins and C. C. McCrummen. Travelling Agents. The Company invite applications. 5j May 19, 1859. wly'r MORE NEW GOODS!! AM JUST RECEIVING MY SPE.INO STOCK OF GOODS in my line. Tbey were selected in the Northern Cities by myself, with great cjre. and bought on the most reasonable terms. Dy wnicn l am enaoiea to oner tne largeei siock 1 ever ue- fore offered to the public-and to offer them generally AT GREATLY REDUCED PKICES. FRUITS BAISONS, FIGS. PRUNES. APPLES. LEMONS. ORANGES ChEKKlES; tlllttANTS. dc; PICKLES. JELLIES AND PRESERVES, A GREAT VARIETY : PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OK VARIOUS KINDS; Fancy feoaps and Pomades ; M USICaL I N ST R U M E N TS FIDDLES. DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES. BANJOS, GUITARS. &c Walking Canes of every kind ; BASKET AND WILLOW WARE ; Hobby Horses. &c; nuts i xrixc-Axn cuumun camjiks; sakii:m!.s FINE CICS PS ; SMOKING A IS V CHEWING TOBACCO ; CRACKERS; FINE POCKET KNIVES; A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PORT-.VJONAIES, SOME VERY NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND VANKEE NOTIONS; AN ASSORTMENT Ob INDIA RUBBER GOODS. WHIPS, COMBS. FISHING TACKLE. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock. I have a great many handsome things that cannot fan to please. JAMES R. LEE. Hotel Building. Aprils, 1859. -tf AS I am determinod o emigrate to the West, I of fer my land for sale, containing Nine Hundred Acres more or less, located on the Turnpike r jad leading from Fayetteville to Rockingham, Twenty four miles from the former and twenty eight from the latter, and also, between four and five miles from the Center Plank road. On the above tract of land there is a small Farm of good upland clean-d, with all the Buildings necessary for a small farmer ; and theie are also about Tea acres of good Swamp land, cut down and ditched, ready for clearing up, all of which is well adapted to the production of Corn, Cotton &c. There is also an excellent Mill Site, on this land on a never ceasinsr Stream, the dam of which is partly made. Any person wishing to go into Turpentine, would do weir to call and examine for themselves, as it is not inferior to any in the State, for Turpen tine. If the above mentioned land, is not sola by tne 15th. 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 Mont rose, tr.KJ., or may nna mo at any time, m uijr reoi dence. NORTH-CABOLINA GOODS JA. PEMBERTON having taken the Agency for the SALEM GOODS, will keep constantly on hand a large supply of their best Tweetls and Cassimeves. They are mperio rto an y JYOR TJIEIi.' GOODS, and are equully ag cheap. If you want something du rable for BOYS, they are the best goods you can buy. A. PEMBERTON. Sep. 9, 1859. w-ot d-lt THE NORTH CAROLINIAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 28. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. John A. Gilmer Is elected, and it is not our attempt to defeat him now, merely because he is opposing the de mocracy he is beyond our reah so far as that is concerned, and consequently our readers will bear with us whilst we give a few extracts from the New York Post, concerning this gentlemau who is so sound on the Slavery question : " That tho-i-slavory Pari r" ia W ortli Carolina itoYd the balance of power is made probable. If not evident, by th. late eleceiou of the opDositiou can- cuaaie ir governor or that State, Mr Uilmer. The greatest number of the p.ti ty unfriendly to slavery in North Carolina consist of the Qaakrs, who are rather numerous in some of the counties, the Wes leyan Methodists, and that class of religionists who call themselves Christians. Two preachers of the persuasion of Wesleyan AJeti. dists. Crooks and McBride, our readers may rwneuibr, were obliged to leave the State fur bearing their testimony against slavery. Alluding to this, in speaking of the election of Mr Gilmer, a letter addressed to a gentleman of this city from his friend in Guilford county, says : 'But the moral ofiects of these proceedings the pulsion of Crooks and McBride were felt in a exi way not exactly looked for by the radical slaveite For quite a number of our best citizens left the State, and others withheld their votes, and thus plainly manifested their disapprobation, and it was not until Mr Gilmer gave his anti-Lecompton vote in vAingi e&s mar. our people could be induced to torgive mm ior tne part he took in the business, though he went only as a moderator. In my sec tion of the county, Jamestown and High Point election precincts, the effect was very strongly marked. At Jamestown, in 1857, Gilmer received 108 votes and his competitor 109. This year Gil mer received 229, and Williams 65 votes. At High Point Gilmer received 108 votes in 1857, and in 1859, 200; Williams 51 each tyear. Gilmer's re-election by such a decided majority shows con clusively that all the southern people are not radi cal slaveites, and that branding a man with aboli tionism has lost its talismanic effect. Let us take heart and hope for better times.' We have before us a return of votes of Guilford county, both at the late election of Govenor and the previous one in 1857. In 1857 the vote for Wil liams, the Democratic candidate for Governor, was in that county 460 ; the vote for Gilmer, 1,503 at the recent election of 1859 it stood, for Williams 468 ; and for Gilmer, 2,047. ' In Guilford county the Quakers, Wesleyan Metho dist and Christians form a considerable part of the population. It was in Guilford, also, that the sym teni of Common Schools was introduced at an early period, and the people at large are better educated than in the majority of the other counties. The svs- tem was introduced in North-Carolina bv decrees I a, inn n aa ptvn.-iuu O.HUV4 Illg Hie COUntlPS to unties to r , , i reiect it at their rleaswi-o, and. at first it was aaoptea uuun,i;ai less lliii m a third ofall the counties in the State. AVe have before us a North-Carolina paper, the Greensboro' Patriot, in which appears an article de fending the Quakers of the State, particularly those of Northampton county, against the attacks of Sena tor Bragg, ot that State, who has been denouncing them in his public speeches. The Quakers, it seems have offended the friends of slavery beyond fonrive- ness, by giving the majority to an anti-Lecompton-ite candidate for Govenor." The only mistake here, is in regard to the office for which Mr Gilmer ran. Take this in connection with the fact that Mr Gilmer has never denied the assertion of the Bos ton (abolition) Tract Journal, and with the palpa ble truth that the Opposition papers of our State are preparing the way for a union with the Black Republicans, and the prospect of tho Abolitionists are bright. They are, as the Raleigh Register quotes from a Virginia paper brighter than they have ever been. The Wilmington Herald. Our worthy cotemporary of the Herald must par don us for referring to the Uaian again. We did not say that our respected cotemporary was unsound on the slavery question; we never intimated any such thing, you must stop distorting our meaning. We only hinted, and we believe firmly, that you would unite with the Black Republican, the oppo sition as you term them, not because they are anti slavery, but because they would oppose the Democ racy. We don't believe for one moment that j-ou sym pathise with the abolitionist in their abolilionhm,bt we are confident that you do in their opposition to democracy. We do believe that you are willing to do evil, i e. unite with them, that you may iiave some prospects of giving the "Southern portion of the op position a share of the spoils." If not, you ought not to call them by the same title which you use for yourself viz : Opposition, nor ought you to en dorse, as you have, the proposition to label the southern opposition with the same stamp used by the abolitionists. Our Herald friend is not mistaken about our being born in a foreign country had he said we were not, we would let him understand that he was in error ; that is a birthright, we will allow no one to deprive us of, and the man who can say that the "heathery braes" of bonnie scotia is the place of his nativity, well may he be proud of it. And- although we were educated in a free State, we, thank heaven never have changed ou? course. But this we have done; we do despise and abomin ate either paper or man who would advocate a un ion with the abolitionists, or black republicans. Having been educated at the north, we know how utterly faithless and unreliable they are, and it is an old adage, ''show me your companions, and I will tell you your character." Now in all honesty friend Herald, will you oppose every attempt to unite the southern opposition with the Black Republicans. Do answer this and oblige the Carolinian who is very anxious for your wellfare. We learn by the Tarboro Mercury, that the Elizabeth City Pioneer is only discontinued for a earnest co-wborer in the good cause. , Hr" The Oxford Leisure Hour, informs us that there will be a grand Agricultural ball at Hender son, Granville county, on the 13th of October. Henry W. Miller. Esq. This distinguished and popular orator is to deliver his address ut Henderson, Granville co., on the 13th of October, it being tha week of the Granville Fair. T COURESPO.VDEXCE, Latter . rom the Junior Editor. I C qahlotte, X. C. Sept. 23rd, 1859'. I left Hilllt-'To', the County seat of Orange, for this place at f; Jil., on yesterday. Remaining there only at t one hour, 1 am unable to speak of the place, a; night have done, had my stay been longer. I iJi ided to have visited the C emeterv, in which is t-ied man' illustrious dead, who have added in thdb ay and generation, many laurels to the coronet ol fame, which encircles the brow of Carolina, bljy he shrill whistle of the Locomotivo ("t a distance I' minds! mo that I must take my de- pa. A f3 szz, ' ly unacquaifttt 1 with the history of North Carolina, will recollcc j one cf the most famous towns in the State. It ILi in this place, the scene of the move ments of thj) torious Regulators, was witness J by the Citizenf aH that time. Cormvallis, also had an encatnprnenjl I here, whilst in pursuits of General Greene, whfli-valor-Land intrepidity are known and esteemed bjjr a 1 true Carolinians. The buildings in the town aire : enerally of antiquarian architecture, and in somt jnsiderable taste is displayed. I had thcpleasuri p forming the acquaintance of Dennis Heartt, EsaJ he venerable editor of the llillsboro Recorder. A though he has passed the time of ex istence allJbet to man three score years and ten he is still energetic, and attends to the duties of his officfVth more punctuality and credit than a great many of his co-laborers in the editorial fra ternity who k-e much younger. In consist jnco of a lack of time, I was necessa rily compallt 1 to deny myself the pleasure of stop ping at tlit any towns and villages through which I passed afc i ie North Carolina Railroad. I can not therefJrTt speak of them in any particular from observation. The crop& in those parts of Guilford, Rowan, Cabarrus,i J. avidson and Mecklenburg through which I ppMjr jd, are much poorer than I had sup posed ther!h ere after reading our exchanges from this section.. They are not near so good as the crops in anberland and tho counties adjacent. Should ay no be so blind and prejudiced as not to discer ti i incalculable bnu-lits, in every point of viewhi h necessarily spring from the con struction to Railroads, I could do no better than to point theia t) Western North Carolina. Villages aresprinjin up rapidly on tho line of the roud and eachabf ;hem seem to bo growing rapidly as the people Income acquainted with the advantages enjoyed hem in different points of view. Last erei ng I paid a vieit to our fiieuds Brit- ton and Alexander, the clever and talented editors .... , .,,..,. 0 $;ieut.iy surprised and , , t , ., .... agreeaoij n o ai me appearance una interior ar- rangements of "tkeir establishment. So fur as my knowledge' xtels, I am quite sure it is one of tho largest and Dest regulated printing offices in North Carolina - . congratulate tho editors upon the en couragemei t anosuceess which have been award ed to them by S discerning public. Sauntering frommyf rp m this morning about eight o'clock, I soon found uy self hi tho office of tho Western Democrat, .ne of our best exchanges, published by our predjMiissor and former townsman. Win. J. Yutcs, Esq' I spent a short time with him very pleasantly; ;nd agreeably. It will be gratifying ta his frienyU n Fayetteville and he certainly has a ahostof llem to know that ho is getting along finely, ixiitendto take a stroll through town this d will communicate my views of tho place ttfon r readers after doing so. B. 7 3f"irjr have no disposition whatever to mako any furfhq" remarks concerning tho personal difli culty bftwjen Whitaker of the Press, and lloldc-u of the Sla dard. In alluding to this unpleasaut affair, ije, ;?ere actuated solely by a desire to pro mote tle Access of the party, and to do justice to all conjer ed. How far we have succeeded, if wo have du so at all, in these particulars, it is not our priljrib.ee to judge. We intended to have re plied ttlo Press of last week more fully, but ab sence fVot I town, and from a knowledge, of tho fact thit iur readers are averse to sc ing and reading 8 much upon one subject, especially ouo of this jaa ure, we 1m vc resolved to l't.the matter rest. Wi have spoken our sentiments p.nd n-grnt exeei'-BUf.'.y 11 "u """u nijuiiitu iu any one. Wo thtti;(a proper construction of our remarks by person :quainted with the circumstances will not implicate 13 with having done injustice to an v. M - - " gTfYje. cannot be expected to reply to the in. terrog1ti-ns propounded below, by "u subscriber to theiE-'press." We would refer this mutter to our er4et ned cotemporary, and trust the editors will somB proper to enlighten "a subscriber " upon the qujestous propounded by him.: Mi:.4ttt Editoks : iC:U you explain why it is the Peterburf ExproBS never gives the price of X. ('. P,oi,,l.s'r' " have 4StC'i looked to the pi ke list where 1 expected to fin tiem quoted, but am always disappointed. Vs. ae llways quoted and sometimes' Missouri's" whichf'ar below Va., but you will never find X. ('. bondsf4 -S it because our Va., cousins are ashamed of th comparison or why is it J Probably th Exprfpan give a reasonable reason. If f A SUB.SCKIBEk TO I'm; ExPKEsS FajWvffle, N. C. Sept. 27th. 1850- Tefaount of money paid by the City of New York&coa January to September of this year, for experfBe in conducting its government is ! 4.' i.. 000, lepg one million more than the expen - .r s of thFeral Government under President J. (u. cy Ajar '3- E Ve notice sales in New York on Friday last, pi MK0 Virginia Gs at ai, and upon tho samdiy 2000 do. at 9 4. t4SUD Fbom Under." Democracy is tumbling frorn of the Union to the other. The old fabric tP beneath the weight of its own rottenes ana jk woum save meir limbs must ";tan i Elizabeth Citu State. There is a diversity in opinion as to the "tum bling" of Democracy. Whether "tumbling" or not, it appears to crush the opposition so muchthat thev will never recover. There are more ways to crush unworthy objects than to tumble upon them J The Races over the Warrenton Course says th jsews, will commence on the second IWbw November next, and continue four days. mJ 4l,