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,v .1 ; ATJT3TVAL OF THE VAirDERBILT. PKOBA15LE DEATH OFLTHOPE OF KOME. -, U PW York, Sept. 2G. The Vaiifrbilt has ar rived with London dates to Tliurs the 15. It was stated in London, that Spai '4Pad returned nn evasive answer to the question . -d by Eng land t oiichiug the concentration oi truops ia. the iicia!dorh'-"d 'f Gibraltar. j The Governments fruncto ant ?2bgland were about taking immediate measure &r inflicting chastisement upon the Chinese ' d A Florence correspondent of the London Times says that it was reported that topi5iu3 9th had received extreme unction, a sacrnnt adminis tered to the dying. v, . i Advices received at Madri.Mroir f Tangier, state that in consequence of th agftatioj Caused by the uVathofthe Emperor of Monaco, Hthe foreign Consuls at that dace had barrieade't , their liouses and armed their defendants. All t Christians in the. Empire were leaving iu haste rAother ac count states that the families f th'j Consuls had tuken refugo on board of a Spanish tefiiner. The Florence correspondent cf lle London Times says that a treaty wUs'sjgn3 the 26th of August between the Papal govn iment and the Queen of Spain, by which the lat oi engages to occupy the Roman States with he troops, when the 1- rencii iorces are withdrawn. ' The China mail had reached Tidn, bringing full details of the conflict m ar IV -Jn. The pro portion of iiiicers wounded there :isjvery large. R.-ar Admiral Hope was very serhUMy wounded. The Times of Thursday .-ays th $ Government had decided upon dispatching to CI fa immediate ly several additional steam and s 1 frigates to gether with a large rcinforc. nient : troops. Or ders had already hton despatche Ito the naval rendezvous for enlisting n;en, and i Oder to expe diate matter, the coast guard - were obe called on to volunteer. .4 Great improvements have been rdV-red in the fortifications of Dover Castle, iu oi'tet to place it in ellicieut state of defence. 0 LATEST. J London', Thursday Morning Tl:4l?ari3 corres pondent of the Times says tliat it Jrxirnored that 1 -3.01 lit French troops are ordered t Win readiness Cor China. Cienerul Wiiupfen is spilten of as coin mander. i y1 Mercantile letters from China ger rally concur in the view that hostilities there wil Dot cause any material interruption in the tea tra The natives of Shanghai were much annoyed a hat had hap pened ; eonseqnently no ill feeling Wiinticipated, hut st ill it was believed that Englan hid have to senl out a very large naval and rn itajy force and perhaps to bloc kade several ports ii order to bring the En icror to submission. Mr in. Byre, late commander l the forces in Canada, died on Thursdav. the Toil i' Some of the Madrid journals had rfcildished arti cles on the necessity of taking Gi i altar from the English no matter by what means, i Consols 051 and KOf on account.. g ARRIVAL OF THE -CII 3ASSIAN. THE Gi;E AT EASTERN AGAIN DELAYED ITALIAN A V FA 1 US S PA NIS II IX I ' ED 1TIOX ' AGAINST MOROCCO COMMIItClAL. St. Johns, Sept. x!7. The steams tip. Circassion, from Liverpool on the 17th inst., paj -ed here to-day. The dep irture of the (ireat Eastei iib,as been de layed until the "JOth of October!- I This' delaying continues inueh longer, sumcf'sma t jS'ankce will imiM a bigger ship and take ult'-ilas iotl out OI tier sails before she knows it. J Nothing h iii at Zurich. The King of Sardinia has received the deputations of the National Assemblies of Parm Jand Modena. Touching annexation, he express- V bis -acquiescence and promised to rge tiie; ma Cer before the r i t, .: . i u i.' . trreat powers, expressing imj,uup i mat, i-auope, havin" reco'Mii.ed toe ri-'ht ot natioist iorm th eir own constitutions, it v, ill not deny i to Italy. Continued military movements ii licited that the Itilians were determined to rely upsi 'themselves. It is ssserted that Franco ' has nearly 100,000 troons in Italy. . ' 1 The Spanish expedition against J supported by 12,000 troops. COMMERCIAL. roceo will be Liverpool, Sept. 17. CoUon sale i for the week to.Oon bales. All pialities declin 1, but Inferior lei-lined J. Market closed dull- Hxports 7,000. Estimated sales on Friday 7,000 fjales. Exports C'.ouo. Orleans Fair 8, Middling 7d ;? Uplands Fair 7?; Middling '". Stock in . port 618,000 bales. Flour tirm and unchanged. Whe; ti advanced la 'Jd since Tut-sday. ('orn firniat ar advance of 6d a Is per quarter. Provisions ,ur .-jismged. Pork linn. Racon nominal. Coll'e firn ,iiice dull. Latest. Saturday afternoon-. Ma:.cefe unchanged. Lou. ion Saturday noon Canso ; 95 J a f. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA SAN JUAN. V St. Loris, Sept. 2. The .Over aid Mail, with dates from California of the 2nd ins .arrived to-day. i apt. Walkes has materially sho teaed the route from Fort Dallas to Salt lake. He jhad arriv ed at Fort Hov.l. , The l-'ort Smith, Times pays that lie Indian Agent, Col. Neighbors, was killed by HcNt,"and that Col. Eeipero, 'agent for the Camanches, ajd' been killed 'by the Indians. J ii Gov. Douclas, in replying to Ge (- JIarney, con cerning the San Juan IslandVlilficult -,deniesjthat any outrages were committed against A nerican citizens, or tliat any Rritish vessels have ne erf conveyed of ficers of the Hudson's Ray cotapan to seize Amer icans. '" -.m' FRoM ARIZONA PUEL IJET ,:N JUDGE AVATTS AND MR- OTERO ' HE ELEC TIONS . f 1 St. Loi is, Sept. 2j. The Arizoi correspondent of the Hi publican savs a duel between Judge Watts and Mr. Otero, the' candidate fcgr. C rfgfess from New Mexico, had taken place near Itesi ji,- Three shots with Colt's navy revolvers, at fift e paces, were changed, wit out effect when the nijes Yere with drawn by their seconds. " ' I was reorted that Mr. OteTOh? ibcen re-elected to Congress by 1,400 majority,-"" 3 letit Mowry has also been returned to CongrjsSS, i'Jielegate from Ari.onia. f The plain old mansion at niton toSge, La., long the residence of General Taylfr, v,. 3 recently torn down. It was a very old tioose. When the front of Baton Rouge was taken b-feihe Spaniards under Don Runardo le (hdvez, in lfZ9, ftvas the resi dence of Col. Dixon, the English Cfniuander. It was subsequently occupied by thf Spanish Com mander, and, more recently, by the para ily of the He ro of Rucna Vista. " j? ' Lateu aj.'d Important from J ctifcos Aykes. Advices from Buenos Ayrcs to 21 pt., announce that the mediation of the Ameri d Minister. M. Yancey, between the Argentine O nmnma',ijmmmm Buenos Ay res, was' progressing satisfactorily.., ,. Hp had laid the propositions of theBuenos Ayren gov- eminent before Urquiza, and had several long inter views with that leader, after which he had returned ta Buenos Ayres, and it was said, with every pros pect of procuring a final settlement os the pending difficulties. Papers on both sides spoke seriousby of peace, and it was rumored that Urquiza had fur louhed two divisions of his army, remarking that their services wovld not be needed at thjs time. Mr Y ancey had persuaded Uruiza to release all the officers of the Buenos Ayre :n steamer-of-war, (erierd Pintos, which was captured by mutineers. Tin; ofheers were on their return to "Buenos Ajr- iaKing with them the body of the brave Capt. iluratori, who m-os killed during the mutiny. DESTKUCTn-E foM "c AlllU, ILL. 1 St. Louts, Sept '20.- The Cairo city correspon" dent of the Republican says the ''Taylor House," and fourteen othes buildings on Commercial street were destroyed by fire at one o'clock this morning. The loss was estimated at $40,000. The House of assembly of British Columbia, on the 12 th, adopted an addres to Govenor Douglass, ur gently requesting him to enforce on the British Gov ernment the necessity of demanding from the gov ernment of the United States not only the immedi ate withdrawal of all troops, but stenously and at all risks .maintaining her right to the Island, as well as to the other islands in the same Archipelago, now clandestinely, dishonorably, and dishonestly inva ded. A motion was alo adopted uring the govern ment to form volunteer military companies. All was quiet up to the last dates. The shipments of gold foom Victoria from the pre vious fortnight amounted to $140,000. Gas Stock. The books of the Newbern Gas Com pany, were opened a few days ago the object of which was to raise the capital stock six thousand dollars, making it, in all, sixteen thousand; and when they were closed on day before yesterday, it was as certained that twelve thousand dollars had been sub scribed, just double the amount required. The sca ling operation will be a very easy one, and will give to each subscriber just half the amount subscribed. Pkesbyterianism. Presbyterianism is rapidly ad vancing in North Carolina, There are now 15,053 Presbyterians in the State; being an increase over three thousand m three years. Makkiage in- a Missouri Jail. The quiet of Fayette, was slightly disturbed last Sunday morn ing, by the appearance at the jail door of a hand some young lady, w ho requested an interview with Mr Hutchins, who was there confined for killing Dr. Beddew, lately, near Brunswick. SheritT McKairy finding the lady fully -'endorsed," took the loving pair to his residence, where they Were joined in holy wedlock ; soon after which Mrs Hutchins took leave of her husband, he going to his dark and lonely prison, doubtless with a consolation that many gen tlemen enjoying full liberty would like to possess. The lady's name was Holmes, and she resides in Franklin county. Cor. St. Louis Hen. Mr John Exura, says tho Wilmington Jour nal, a native of Fayctteville, N. C, but from his youth up, a citizen of Georgetown District, S. C4, died there on the 17th inst, at the advanced age of eighty years and over. The Pee Dee Times speaks highly of Mr Exum's character in all the relations of life. COST OF THE CRIMEAN WAR TO EUSSIA. General Sattler, who was intendant of the Russian army in the Crimea, lias just published in The Invalide an account of the provisioning of the Russian army during the late war. It appears from this that the Russian troops in the Crimea at the commenement of the war amounted to 250,000 Jnen, with 100,000 horses, and those of all the troops for whom the inten dance had to furnish provisous during 1855 were 845,000 men with 187, 3G0 horses; and for 1856, 196,973 men with, 183,570 horses, dhe iutendance had to contend with immense aiffieuities, the price of cattle,- provender and Til kinds of necessaries having increased five fold, and oftentimes-more than tenfold, particu larly from the middle of 1855 until January, 1856. Independauce Beige. CoNSEQUEsrcE of Leavixg Young Wives. A St. Louis paper relates the troubles of a California gold.-seeker, who left New York for San Franeisco, thence proceeded to the mines, worked hard for four years, remitting to his wife in the Empire city $1,000 per annum all the time, and finally returned home to meet the partner of his life, and with her share a handsome-fortune which lie had" accumulated. lie found, however, that during his abseuce she had married a gay youth, was the mother of three children, -and that all were living in St. Louis, ue went etli Kat- to that city and had wltli wt.V-r-roul B isr no'. an interview A Candid Minister. A minister in the North returning thanks iu his prayers one Sab bath for 1 lie excellent harvest, began as usual, " O, Lord, we thank Thee." &c, and went on to mention its abundauce and its safe in gath ering ; but feeling anxious to be quite candid and scrupulously truthful added, "all except a few fields between this and Stoneheaven, not worth mentioning." Glasgoiu Commonwealth. A Eliland soldier, writing to the inverness Courier from the camp at Subathloo, says: " The effects of the climate and the campaign, with the responsibilities of office, have done their work on Lord Clyde, ie looks much failed, and is no longer the same gay, lively commander we knew eighteen months since." Running Oct. The opponents of the Demo cracy appear to be running short of titles They have tried almost every cognomen, and fizzled down to that of "Opposition." As in distinctive as this is, and meaningless, it yet was found objectionable to our Massachusetts "Republicans." There was something in it, or under it, or about it, that they were afraid of. They have, therefore, dropped even that, and have called a State Convention which ignores names altogether, and appeal to "the legal voters who are opposed to the present National Administration and the aggressions of the slave power, and who are iu favor of the general policy of the State Administration I" Well, that may do for Massachusetts, the birth plae of every new ism, all foggy ideas, and the home of General Banks, the Hero of the battle of Cambridge. And so, at last, we have a party without a name. Why not call it the Vermont Morgan ilorse patty ? General Ranks could better run with that thau any other. JSew Yak JYeios . The two sons of Robert Burns, the Scottish poet, are at present in Ireland, where they have been welcomed with demonstrations of respect. Prof. J. P. Nelson, formely of Maryland, more recently of North Carolina, has been tendered a Professorship in Jefferson College, situated at Washington, Mississippi. New Cotton The first bale of new cotton arrived in Portsmouth, Ya , on Saturday last. It was shipped by Dr. J. II. Burnott, of Mar tin, N. C. The Major A. J Donelson, who died recent ly at Lafourche, La., was not Andrew Jackson Donelson, the adopted son of the hero of the Hermitage, and candidate for vice-presideut on the ticket with Millard Fillmore. A machine has been patented in England for cop ying the written manuscripts of a message, and though it has worked successfully for a distance of 390 miles, it is yet in a crude state. The communi cation is written on tin toil is placed in the machine and by the use of some ingenious devices, which come alternately in contact with the non-cconduct-ing varnish and conducting foil, make and break the toe teeter, wnicn is auiy registered at tue iTT n mmtm 1 mini m 1 mtrrn iiri registerea! ai" iotner end of the line on chemically prepared paper. ' J6Sy We understand a personal difficulty oc curred at Murphy, Cherokee county, on Satur day the iQth inst., between Col. N. G. How ell and a constable named Williams, during wiiich the latter was shot through the breast by a son of Col, Howell. Williams was thought to be fatally wounded. Young Howell had not, at the date of the letter conveying us the nformation, beeu arrested.. Asheviilc JYems . A new sewing machine, to collect rents, mend i : e.. :i i. ...l.i iiiKiuiifis iiiiu ii-puii luiuny ut ratui-gi iwm uuu ready sole, Tn GR AH AM RE-ARRESTED. New Orleans, Sept. 24, The ship Ileloise, load ed with cotton for Liverpool, and having 2,000 bales on board, was discovered to be on fire last night. She was towed into the stream and scuttled.-.,'! Ermest Toledano who shot Dr. Graham, and re leased at the preliminary examination on the ground of having acted in self defence, has been arrested on a charge of manslaughter in killing Graham. . '. ? ;c A WHOLE VILLAGE SUBMERGED, Macch Chunk, Sept. 28 The heavy rains, which hae been falling in this vicinity during the whole wvjk, ha3 raised the Leihigh river fully eght feeta 1 ve its ordinary mark. '-, Our streets are overflowed, the water being fronj one to three feet in depth, and all our cellars 4rfe flooded. Citizens are moving about in boats Sa ving what property they can. It is impossible notr to estimate the damage, but it must prove to be im mense. A Yocxg Murderer. Yan Buren Hopking, of Pitt county, N. C. was murdered a few dav since J by a boy in his employment, who entered his room at night with an axe, and crushed his skull, lhe 1 , n j- - .. bov is onlv twelve years of age, diminutive, and in feeble health. . S-," North Carolina Bonds. The last sales m New York were made at 97 Yirginia Bonds are quoted at 94' and the other Southern States iu market are still further behind our town. Lunacy. The number of patients in the North Carolina State Lunatic Asylum is be tween 110 and 180. ' ; ; ' A statistical publication just issued, states that the cost of keeping up permanent armies on the continent amounts to 80 millions ster ling. . .. A penny was deposited in the corner-stone of a church at Jacksou, Mich., lately, that had been taken from the corner-stone of a temple iu Rome, built during the reign of the First Csssar. Effect of the Aurora Borealis. A young lady, aged about sixteen, of considerable intel ligence and prepossessing appearance, is now residing with the Sheriff of Ottowa county, 111., preparatory to her removal to the lunatic asy lum. She became insane from viewing the au rora borealis, a short time ago, which she was induced to believe betokened the approaching end of the world. The American poets are on the increase The latest accounts assure us that Mr. II. II Caldwell and Prof. J. W. Davidson, both of South Carolina, and the former of whom is the editor of The Courant, have each prepared a volum of poems which will be issued by a Boston firm the coming season. Mr.Caldwell publish "Oliatta and other Poems" in 1855 and a collection of "poems" in 1858. Death of Rev. L. Eichelberger. The Rich mond (Va ) Dispatch, says : Rev. Lewis Eichelberger, of Winchester, Ya., an old citizen, extensively known and most highly respected, died on Saturday morning, September 17. He was a divine of the Lutheran Church for several years editor of tho Winchester Yirguiian, and more recently a Professor in Lexington Col lege, S, C. He was a-native of Pennsylvania, but went in early life to Winchester. His age was about sixty years. He leaves a wife and several children. New Orleans, Sept. 27. Later from Mexico. We are in receipt of Tam pico dates to the l-ith. (jrarza was preparing to leive with reinforcements for the interior. The liberal army numbers 18,000. General Miramon was expected before San Luis Potosi. Cincinnati, Sept. 2o. Railroad Accident. An accident occurred on rrttn rttrr TiTgnt on trie umo and Mississippi R. R., about 12 miles below in consequence of a broken rail. One car was overturned, and the rest of the train thrown oil' the track. Twenty persons were j injured ana one passenger Killed. New York, Sept. 27. Arrival of the Moses Taylor. The "Moses Taylor," from Aspinwall, with upward of $2,000, 000 in specie, has arrived.. Change of Church Relations. The Rev. Thomas R. Owen, for many years a Pres byterian minister at Tarboro'.N. C, has dis solved his connecting with that church and was on Sunday last admitted to the Baptist Church in that town. AGRICULTURAL FAIR. To be held at Favttteville on Wcdnesdmi , Thurs- day and l Friday, Vie lid, 3d and 4th days of, rnext. . JXovembe At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Cumberland County Agricultural Society, held on the 26th Sept'r, the following Committees were appointed to act as Judges and to award premiums at the Fair, viz. Agriculture. Wm. McMillan, Y. B. Wright, J. C. Blocker, E. II. Evans. Horticulture (embracing Fruits and Vegetables.) Jas. M Smith, J W Strange, Win Cade, (i W Bul lard. Horses, Mules, Jacks, Jennctts and Cattle. David Murphy, C G Wright, Jas McKethan, W J Smith. Trotting and Pacing Horses. Dr D W C Ben bow, J C Williams, F N Roberts, Chas J Williams, Jas Mclntyre. Sheep and Hogs R McRae, R B Smith, John Waddill, Jr. Jno M Beasley. Poultry Gen John Winslow, John A McPherson Jas D Nott. Salt Provisions, John D AYiliam s, Alex John son (Shff.), Alex B Smith. Diary Jno C Smith, Jos Utley, C Tlflaigh. Food, Condiments, &c S J Hinsdale, John A Williams, Col A S McNeil. Machinerjr (embracing Steam Power, Ilorse Pow er and Hand Power.) C B Mallett, E Spearman Gray Culbreth, E W Barge, C S Barry Farmers and Mechanics' Utensils. John Elliott H S McNeil, Jno McDaniel. Pleasure Carriages, Wagon Carts, &c Jas P Hodges, Thos McDaniel, Thos C Fuller, Geo Elliot. Cabinet Work. Major A M Campbell, D G Mc- liae, b R liawley. Hats, Shoes and Sadlcry. S T Geo, Hector McKethan. Naval Stores. David G Worth, Wm McLaurin, Alex Murchison. Manufactures, Mill Fabrics- E Williams, Robert Williams. Hawley, David Duncan Shaw, J Lilly, Jas M Household Fabrics James Banks, Arch'd Mc Lean, Thos J Robinson. Paintings, Fancy Needlework, &c. W II Haigh, Dr J F Foulks, B RHuske. Flowers. H C Lucas, P M Hale4 F J Hahr, T S Lutterloh. Minerals. Hon. W Winslow, Dr. R Scott, Capt J A J Bradford. Discretionary Premiums will be awarded by the Executive Committee. The Committees are authorized to fill any vacan cies that may occur in their number when necessary- - . The Committees in the Ladies' Departments are requested to form additional Committees of ladies to I ii,i,.riiiiniiTin nt ttunr ilniic.,, ,. iilu L orn rrcx:xugxKrrsmytxirrrTmrrr meet at the Secretary's Office on the Fair Ground at 9 o clock on rhursday morning ot the hair, where blank books will be furnished, and an- instructions they may desire relative to their duties as Commit tees. Prompt attendance is earnestly desired. Major John II Cook will act as Chief Marshal, with an efficient corps of aids. By order of the Executive Committee. JOHN P, McLEAN, Sec'y. DRESS 3 SHINTO-1 L ADIES CAN BE SERVED IN THIS LINE, and work doue promptly. Uy calling at AL,EX'R JOHNSON, Jn's. Sept. 26, 1859, d w-tf In this place on 26th inst., by R. M. Orrell Eeqr. Mr. Kenian Bradford, of Cumberland to Miss. Fekeby Williams, of Sampson County. DIED. Ia Richmond county on 22d inst. Covington, in his -25th jear. Mr. Xatuan J. FAYETTEVILLE MARKET. BY PEMBERTOX & SLOAN. SEPTEMBER 30. 1859. ' BACON BEESWAX Adamantine, Sperm. Tallow. COf'KEE Rio. 1 Lagnira, JTa, COTTON Fair, Middling, 12 l-2i 131-2 . .iOLASSES li'J a oO ) Cub. New Orleans, 25 a 30 NAILS 42 a 55 ) OILS 18 a 20 Sperm, Linseed. 12 s 13J I Tinners. 14 a 15 ) POTATOES- IS a 20 Irish. Sweet. 10?; a 104 1 POULTRY v -i aluji Chickens, Ordinary. 00 a 9,'j ) Ducks. COTTON baooinu Turkeys, Dundee, 17 a 20 SALT LiTerpTl per sack, 00 .0 a 1.50 lum per bushel. 00 a 50 SEED MaxSeed. 1 05 a 1.15 Cloverper pound, 12 a 15 SHOT Burlaps, 00 a 15 rnTTO.'7R.KS Nos. 4 to 10. 1 00 a 1.05 DOMESTIC WOODS BrownSheetiugs, 8 1-4 a 8 1-2 . OsnabTir: lOiall s Common bag, FEATHERS FISH M'kerel per bbl.. Sbad per jouud FLOUR Family. Super i Fine. Cross. GRAIN Corn, : Wheat, V-Oats, . ' Teas, ' Eye. HIDES Dry. Oreen, IRON Swedes. American, English, 45 a 50 ) Buck. SPIRITS 10 a $12 5 Peech Brandy, 00a 00 N. C. Apple, Northern. 5 50 a 5 60 1 N O. Whiskey, o 25 a a 35 I Northern do., 5X0 a ;-.10 Sl'U Ail 4 75 a 4.85 j Loaf. ( Crushed. 1.20 a 0 00 I Porto Rico. 1.05 a 1.10 ; New Orleans, 50 a 60 j TALLOW T.05 a 1 HI TURPENTINE 12 1-2 12 10 a 101-2 8 1-4 a 9 9 a 9 1-2 0 00 a 2 55 0.00 a 2 55 1 05 a 1.10 I Yellow Dip, Virgin 8 a 4 a .0 i Scrape. 1 00 a 1.25 6 Spirits per fralion. 40 a 403i 9 a 10 WHITE LEAD Per pound. "WINDOW GLASS 6 a 5 a 0 a 5?i 4 Eight by ten. 2.00 a 2 20 Ten by twelve , 2 25 a 2 50 WOOI 00 a 20 13 U a 14 Si a 9 Cotton. - Has arrived more freely durinjr the week and prices have declined, sales on Tuesday at 10J a and afterwards ranging down to 10 cents at which sales were wade on Thursday. Flour. The receipts have not been as large this week as last, though fully efjual to the demand, we reduce quotations, sales of super on Friday at 30. Spts Turpt. Sales were made in the early part of the week at 41 cents afterwards at lower figures, 40 cents seems to be the market price, though several lots in'extra order lare bbls. chang ed hands on Friday at higher figures. Bacon ec Lard. In fail demand at above fig ures. Corn. Not much arriving, sales are easily made at above figures. WILMINGTON MARKET, Sep. 29, 1859. IYrpentixe. No transactions that we have heard of. Last sale was at 3 05 for Virgin and Yellow dip per 2S0 lbs. Spikits. Sales yesterday of 100 bbls at 43c per gal. Rosin. --Sales to-day of 1,000 bbls Common at 1 15 for large bbls. Cotton. Sales yesterday of a small lot good middling at 111c per lb. NEW YORK -MARKETS. Sep. 23, Stocks heavy money market active. 18-39. Flour ad- vancel ten cent; White 1 40. Corn dull ; Mixed nominally Ul. Fork firm. Mess $15 'Ji a 10 ; l'riuie 10 70 a 10 75. Whisky dull at 2(5i. Beeves declined half cent four thousand five hundred offered sales at 44- a 9-.V. Sheep firm olleriii;" 14,500 Swine heavy 5,500 ottering sales at 5J a 5J. Cotton llat and unchanged. Flour further ad vanced; Southern $5 20 a 5 40. Wheat buoyant. Corn heavy ; mixed DO ; white. Gt5. Me.-a Pork, $15 85 a $10; Prime -$10 50. MI.isses steady at oS a 42. jSavai stores and rice uiiclian.iicd. Clotliins.for the Million. 4 CO, A' RE now openiii":. at NO. 21, HAY ST Fayette- vine. A u., tiie largest tetocii ot SUPERIOR HEADY-MADE C-OTIII XO, FURNISHING GOOD'S, U JIB Ii CI, l,AS AND CASES, ever before o.Tered iu Fayetteville. Our Stock comprises ALL THE NEWEST Styl s of goods, NannSactiircil Uy Ourselves, are unrivalled in point of b ;aaty of liaish, and durability of wear. PLANTERS will lind in o ir stock a choice lot of Goods. STRONGLY madef STOIT materials, adapt ed fully to their wauts, and at the LOWEST POSSI BLE PRICES. Buying as we do. our goods by the Case, and Man ufacturing them Ourselves, we are enabled to give a h :tter and more desirable article, than those who purchase at second hands, or at OUR STOCK IS NEW, and n, Auction Sales. on" should buy with out taking a look at it ; it is for your interest as well as ours, that you should do so. Our Store is the only place in Foyetteville, where you can buy CLOTHING WITHOUT ANY SEAM, an article which needs onlv he seen to be appreciated, For Clothing well made, and of grood Material, go to O. S. CALL) VTN" & CO S Clothirig and Furuishin" Store, No. 21 Hay St Fayetteville, N. C. O. S. BALDWIN'. H. II . MCXSOX. Sept. 30 w-lt CLOTHING CLOTHING! TTTE are now receiving, and hvae partly received, VY one of the largest and best selected Stocks of Ready-M ule Clotliing-, BOOTS AND S5I0ES, n.lTS, CHBHELLAS, AXD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, ever brought to this Market. Our clothing consists of Superior Cassimere suits, extra fine cloth Coats, Single aud doable breasted, silk Velvet Vests, plain and ancy, together with a very excellent Stock of well made. Common goods, for men's wear. All of which we will sell cheap, being determined to build up a name for our tirm. Call at Newbeurry's. North East Jurn Market Square, No. 12 Next door to Carolinian Office. Seyt. 30, w3-m VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SILK. THE UNDERSIGNED offers for Sale, all the prop erty owned in the Town of Fayetteville, owned by him. Persons wanting to purchase can have an opportunity at private Sale by calling on A. M. Campbell Esqr., or the uadersined. Terms Liberal. M. W- JESSUP. Upt. 20. isso. w at ai.t Observer copy 1-t v NEW GOODS. JUST received per " Steamer," the largest and best selected stock of DRY GOODS, UATS AND CAP, Boots'and Shoes, Hardware, Groceries, Provisions Truss Hoops and Glue, Turpentine, Cr Coopers' and Fanners'' Tools. . - ALSO ' Herring and Mackerel, iu kitg and bbls.) CoS'ee, Sugar, Molasses and Candles ; Powder, Shot and Lead ; Segars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. In fact a large assortment of articles usually kept in a general stock. These Goods are from the Manufacturer; Importer and Producer, and consequently will be sold cheap fehyjrv, Jtiiue paper, or C- E. LEETE. Sept. 29, 3-td w-l-m FAYETTEVILLE FSMdLS 22 1 0-IE S OI20 Oi. HE NINTH SESSION of this Institetion v.-ill com mence on MONDAY OCTOBER, 3rd under the following corps of Instructors THOMAS O. HOOPER. Principal. Misses Bella Lkkte. Louisa Norwood, Assistants in Literary Department. F. J. Hahr. Pofessor, of Music French and l .ting. Miss Saijvii A. utixv, Assis ant Mac Tcacuvr. Mis M. E. liorufl .-Teacher iu Preparatory Department. Sept. 2U, d3-t wl-t 28 a 30 lillV 50 a 55 WV 4.50a4.7f. 0-xVjJt7 0.00 k 2.0, IMT 0.00 a 1.00 I t 70 a SO t V , 1.50 a 2 25 .JV3 00 a 60 si: is lk 2 00 a 2.12 2 12 a 2.25 i f J 0.00 a 1.25 90 a 1.00 v, ' 1 70 a 90 , x Nf 1 Ci a75 p V Co a 40 f rVN i A FRESH SUPPLY qpHE PUBLIC ARC AWARE TIIAT l I have beeu engaged ia the manu facturing and selling of gentlemen's gar ments for 17 or 18 years, and with this toug experience believe that I am as v ell calculated to make good selections, is any person or persons in this business. My Stock is all ENTIRELY NEW aal adapted to the trade, consisting of ;Vo. i Dress Clotlx Coats. Ifroclt Coats', '(single A5D double breast ei) Business Suits, consisting OF Silk Mixtures, Harrison Cassimere. Rib Cassimere and Union Caesimere ; Fine Beaver, Felt Beaver, Seal Skin, and Union Cass. Over Coats ; Felt Beaver Talmas. a new garment never intro duced before this season. PANTS of all grades raaging iu price from $2 50 to it) 00. AN EXTRA LOT OF Velvet, Silk, Grenadine Silk; Cloth and Cassimere Vests. A LARGE -ASSORTMENT OF TOl'THS' ATO CHILOREVS CLOTHHG, Gentlemen's Shawls, Morning Gowns, Geut It-men's all Wool Under-Shirts; Rail Road Rugs, Blankets, Hosiery, Suspend ers, Napoleon Ties, Crav-ts, Stocks, Gloves, and Bindings. Call at the " ONE TRICE clotuino soar cmruxa.'' A. J. WOODWARD. MARKET SQUARE, 2 POORS BELOW i S. J. hixsdalk's. PERSONS desirous of having their suits made abroad can call and leave their measures with me, and I will have them attend ed to immediately. Sept. 15, 2wd. wtf 3Mfr. Iffllmstrn Jr., II AS RECEIVED and is daily receiving by far the largest and most desirable stock ot btaple and FANCY DRY GOODS, ever offered by him to the public. Not deeming it necessary to enumerate, he would say it embraces all the New Styles for the Fall, and Winter trade. To which he would call the atleution of his old Customers and the Public generally. ALEXANDER JOHNSON Jr. Sept. 8, 1859. d a w tf N:,w Goods! Ncw Go8(ls!! J. . Jemkrtim, IS NOW RECEIVING HIS STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, embracing all tha LATEST AND MOST CHOICE STYLES OF THE SEASON. His friends and the public generally, are ressect fully invited to give him a call. WHOLESALE BUYEES will find it to their interest to look through the above Stock. They will find seme very des.'rable styles for th-:ir trade, and prices to compare with the 1(J V iL. h, 1 . call and see lor yourselves- J. A. PE.MBERTON. Scot. S, 185.9. (Uw Ira. 4p 18.10. Fresh from lew ITorlt, '.if IK SUiiS J RIDER has 'Received and will receive in a .short CVrt.-!-.i!lg O time, the Lf.rg"st Stock of ail Fancy iiry-Goods, everything deiraVIc for Ladies' and (ren: lemciis wear, ever oilc-ird I jfoiv by him. His Stock embraces ail tha Neweft Stvlcsof DRESS GOO OS, CLOAKS, Shawls, K cad;, -.Hade Clothing, Boots, Soe9, nats Caps, I nibrcHas &c. Tt would not do to attempt to enumerate as it wouU cost too much, aud force him to add a little of the 'Tariff'. I am thankful for past favors, and hope all my old friends and the world at large will call and J 1 1. t XI- 1 2 A. 1 .1 see my toous uciuru iuey puiciiase. as it would please me, and add much to their interest, J. C. POE, Sept. 13, 1850. d w-4w Bonnets ! Bonnets ! ! FINE ASSORTMENT OF BONNETS, trimmed or un trimuied, always on hand and sold low at A. JOUASON JR'S. Sept. 26. dt w t-f A LARGE LOT CIGARS, various brands and pri ces. J. W- I10RNE. in fifin Bb1s Spirits of Turpentine Wanted. iUlUU between the 1st of .October and the 1st of January 1800. at the market price. PAGE & SURLES. South Goriser cf Market Square next door to A. J. Woodwards Clothing Emporium. Sept. 16, 1859. d-&-w-4-w THEY HAVE ARRIVED IN PART. V CHOICE SKLECTIOX SiAfLC a-nu Fancv Drv Goods, a. of which will be disposed of cheap f'r Cah, (only). Sept. 22, 1859, Call and examine. J. K. KYLE. GUOCEUIKS AT WHOLESALE. I AM now receiving my Stock of Groceries for the Fall Trade, consisting in part as follows, 1 15 Bags Coffee ; 50 Pols. Coffee Sugar ; 2 llhds. Molasses ; 0 Eoxes Tobacco factory prices ; 7 ' Adamantine Candles ; 30 h Dbls. Snuff Eagle Mills ; 50 Boxes Candy ; 20000 Lbs. Iran assorted ; 50 boxes No. 1 Soap ; 25 M Cigars ; 502 Bags Corn ; 75 Bales Eastern Ilay ; ii fr'irkins IJutter ; 20 Bbls. Leaf Lard ; 35 Bbls. No. 1 Mackeral 5 O0U L.US. uod 1 lSll, ic, &c. E. F. MOORE. Sept, 15, 1859. Bargains ! Bargains ! ! THE Undersigned are now receiving and opening . c 1 1 1 . 1 t. 1 m. u;ie 01 me ijargest siocks 01 goons ever ouereu b them before. Our Stock consists of FRENCH, ENGLISH & AMERICAN Domestics, Marlloro Plaids, Stripes and Lindseys Shawls, Hosiery, Hoop skirts, Satinets, Tweeds, Ken tucky Jeaus, Kerseys, Blankets, Hats, Caps, Boots j Sugar & Coffee, Mess Pork,! Hoop Icon, Glue, and inj j fact every thing that a farmer may need. All the prornjit paving customers. Sept i7." diw 4w PAGE & SURLES. Silver Plated Castors. Silver Plated Spoons Silver Plated Forks. 4 FRESH fc'r.pplv received. An assortment al X. wsvs ON HANrD. at the 'CROCKERY STORE.' Juae4. d-tf w in-tf W. N. TILL1NGIIAST. 1 It WW J ip. s. No. 34 Hay St, HIS FALL STOCK OB Silver Ware and Mill' y, 1 ' HAS Watches,' J . -ith attention of bi h invites tnc A tT. and the paDii., - " ' &J3f!?'LuL to the repairing of Partirf pa arid lt:..1:V Sept 8, 183 i lid Silver Watches. l:s. JEWELRY. SUver af liPUted Warr, Fine Cu SUver a Uriatcd War, riu MILI' lity AND FANCY GOODS. MUSK it INSTRUMENTS, r;-DST: received in the above me, ! large and bandsonieaorwu. tihr ith numerous otner .K.AM nri ii'.itjr. Jf ncr itu ura" - nt N ii uhumcio uviwa iu ci - iiiltili. Ilay Street. T1 : 1 -REPAfi NG ofiwatches, Cloeta, and Jobbing, strictly attentat to. ,r avited to call and eA w 0- 40,000 rBS? Sept 15 j? f'.na K i tvrnvian. For sale by v -m. J- f l ' U E. t JW"1"" WKif tley and Brandy- 11A BBLilt nre Corn Whiskey 1J 25 -rnle Brand v : 20 f t E. Rum ; 9il "1 i'merican Urandv : 15 -f id Eye Whiskey. For sale bi e. f. sioorf;. Bept 15 BA1IN! BACON!! 25 TIHDS tod BACON. Just received anrt ior sale E. V. ah-'vwi.j. Baggier and Hoop Iron. k, -. - I If III nny sagging. t9 UUU pc-'ip Iron and Rope, 1 for sale by E. . iuwu- AND COMhtfTED TO THE JAIL OF Cumberla Countv; n the 23rd inst., a Negro bla nd ave named MarshOi tho navs he belongs to Sanruel Cher ry of Duplin f nty. Marshal is about 19 or 20 year old, about 54 1. t hiffh. a dark mulatto. m '"-' of said NegA- 3 hereby notified to come Ibrwora, prove propertfrii id take him away, otherwise he wilt be dealt witlat the law directs. G. Li. WCJVAX. Sept. 25, lp) d w-tf ! : NOTICE. rY virtnef clan order made by his Honor D. F " Coi.in.oil t. h orescnt term f our Superior .'ourt of law, I hereby give public no tice that a 1'"; Oliecial Term Of said Court w 11 be hoW Tor the County of Moore at the Court Pq se inCiirt,,ase. on the Fourth Mon, day in Novetrj?, (which will be 28th day ot said month.) j JiUfand w hero all Suitors aud Y ituess es of the CiriCtffcket re required to attend by 10 o'clock in thft anoon of that day. Witness, (s ge S.Cole, Clerk of said Court, at office, the MoSdur before the last Monday in August, A. D., 1S59. r- mm s hole. C. S. C. Sept. 28. $ys Gt price of advr $6. jTobacco. Kfi BXE.itfr .m several Manufacturers at Factory J U prices, aonu very choice brands at wholesale or retail. ' a- ' -.x nurREKTOX & SLOAN, Aug. 2G ,1S39 i 4-tw-i3 lt-d J-J ZSTJ, SMITH. WII0LE.,E '21) RETAIL DEALER IN Meoicltto and Chemicals, TJ2AS$?i&ES, PERFUMERY, Brushes, GU..ttPaia't Oils, Vyc-Stvjff - f'JsOAPS, piNTAL &$0 SRG1CAL INSTRUMENTS. TRUaSi MACES, SUPPORTERS, Pure iLimads for Medical ur DtTILLEBS tSS, 4CAUDEX kSO FIELD SEEDS, &f. rHE jUBTi lUtik is now in receipt of his Fall -I Snipliefc, ' od Invites the attention of I'hysi ciiis, Mrchaatf and fetlicra to his large and select stefck ; cimpiiiii tg evry article in hi line. jr-Jf Crdei fr -m the country promptly attended to, and eatiifactiito. ;uarantied. Ii , JAS. N, SMITH. , ' I ; :i Druggist and Chemist. Sept fib , p i dk wtf. ?RIC I AM now NEGRO IN THE STATE ! rlig ill highest prices fir No. 1 young ; rerlons having any to dispose i i' givfeig me the first call, or write to. wAild do we stating t .heir negroe ie iizeAge, quality and appearance of k '! I may alwkyt be found at the Shemwcll House, Fayetteville? l JNO, O. ARMSTRONG. Aug. 12, .-U.W-tt OX AN& IqOOtiNG STOVJ?S on band at fiSl C. W. ANDREWS. it" 1 4 -1 - Market Square. T IN PLA! SHEET IRON AND TIN WARE For sa.fv C. W. ANDREWS. II 1 A C N A&t TDLAIN Aiir, J TIN WARE AT WIIOLSSALE C. W. ANDREWS. X andRcUibyi tell - tf Market Square. Sept. 17, U?. cM8 tw 3-td Xti DRIUS MEDICINE. SariieEJ. Hinsdale, Is pM recilving his Fall supply of DRUCp MEpICINE, CHEMICALS, Prfllitt Oils. lve-Sfiiflfs. CLASS HKSLJf PATEST HED1CIXES. kcM hiek he invites the attentian of Pby- n Mid County Merchants.. j&f: Particular attention! given to or- i'4 .. SAMUEL J. IONSHJA-LE; . Druggist. iflitina Cigars FEW toJMdBuperios HAVANA Cigars For ii. sale byL .- yt S. J. ULNSUL.K. rijr- iinfl PllttV. 200 BCX 'WINDOW GLASS, for pu uy S. J. HINSDALE, XZfhitc lie ad, 1TTHITE iZ$C i V Linse!U; TANNERS' OIL ; Sperm Oil ; Neatsfoot Oil ; Kerosene Oil ; S. J. HINSDALE. :XWhale Oil For sale by Just Received. A VERY bear. ti ful assortment of EnglisEi and J. French nAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, and BUFFALO HORN COMBS. : ALSO Lubin's Extracts, Cerman Cologne, Pomades aad Hair preparations. Uy S. J. UINSDALK. Kerosene Oil TOUT colored Keroscue' Od, best quality. F i sale by S. J- HI.VSiA,.E it 0 I M 11. It