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) WEEKLY PROGRESS.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 19, 1S59. Died Saturday. After a brief and somewhat stormy existence, the "Daily Delta" die J in this town at 1 o'clock on -Saturday last. The following-extract from the last issue tells its own tale: . "In order to make the necessarv arrano-prnents from our correspondents, j 1L01 jXKWBERX PRICES CUKRENT. A iEW ERA FOU XEOERX ! i T I'OST JIASTE1W, All Post JinMM-ra will please act am Agents for the Wcrkly rrogwun. n Copy mg yritr $?YiJp5 Ten C'oji M one year to one offirc 13 51 Twenty Copies one year to one ofllee.iSO 0 . rTIui be paid in advance in nil cases.' :i AnyPosl blaster or other per con Kcudinf nclub of lO or more, to one flicc, jrjl tcatfld to the paper one year g rati. -'....'. oii voit the: Citoss si a icii ; Z),e fecund Volume of the WEEKLY tJZO CflESS cothvicnccs on the'27tk(-f the preterit conth St p'cmLcr J and nubtcribcrs who e.omtnem-r.d irftk Ik jfirsl number f the frst Volume had Letter Tenen their subscription at once. J'ersots rcrei:i ug t fie pa yr tclt h u (JllJii;i SIAL'K on the m a rg'nCma know that their nubcrtpliouix about, to eryiregttaa unlets they rvucv: Ly si tiding on $ i A) u c. shall, t"l al fuses, strike them ojf. as it is our intention, to conduct. the paper strictly o the cash system. Look out for tlen in connection with the unprecedented eircu the Cj-oss MA UK i,.,l renew your subscrijfMions T&ion of v Inch this paper boast-,. only a few days l.ecci jjf : ii '!! he send on recruit of the m'HiO'f. i.:' Z i n-i m .1 1 ' i J J . , ago, it is somewhat strange. While then we are Jur Wfikly is note froth established and ho on i i:' . i . t ... , ns.f.,1 . ' ' . - .. Vinnewnat surprised to learn that it did not pay, ea en.erf.ain fears of its suspending. lie &o not - S . -' . - . . , , , belaud fr j , ? ;.- v.,...j r-fP CHU l,rt g for its proprietor's sake that alt other to Delta," has been a resident of Xewbern since hi.- bnvhnr.il T'ie ."Yew. ' and he is highly esteemed by its citizens, and we ho anti-Sibbath Demonstration has coma-off know we but express the sentiments of the entire Hillsboro, Sept. 14. De'tr Progress : I promised to give vou the! Tbc IVew. The democratic tate Convention for New Yoik. j L.r It -dn.uM he understood that our quotation . ; geueraliv rere.-nt the wholesale price. In riLhi:- un M1UU1 olUr-Ii: ll result of the trial of Wait, (the'man who robbed ! m ssion at Syracuse w. tk, certainly had a ' ' ' lutts mtt lo 00 r"- your citizen; Danncr.) At onr Couuty Court time- V e copy from despatches to a N. York ( I, k . 35 W v",; to publication be suspended a few days, and in ac .ccrdance therewith this paper is the last number ?e shall issue in iSewbern. 1 his' issue we send fcto all our subscribers, both Daily and Weekly, ifO w Dora our next number will be supplied from r.'ialisbHry. 1 1 According to custom it is, doubtless, expected rat we should here extend a parting word. Well, Spt reeling much in the mood for poetry to-oay wj-shall riot write any heart sick and eye-watered effusion. A few fcimple words must sutSce. I jThe fifth of next month will conclude the sixth n?'th since we commenced the publication of the Di Ita. It was commenced upon our own respon sibilities, and it is now being changed upon our wu responsibilities. We have not only labored Constantly and earnestly both day and night, but fv"e have made nothing in a pecuniary point of View." Zov this is somewhat calamitous, and when 1W - Muuu At this instant, several of the Wood men made j rn- rn a rush for Mr Cochrane and were confronted by Ttt ea Capt. Isaiah Rynders. Hot words passed be-i 2.1 haud 175 00 ' tween Rynders an 1 Shechan and Rae. and two j New, . .0 00 c2 CO guilty by the jury; but by some means judgment was arrested by Lis (Wait's) counsel, whereupon the State took an appeal to this Superior Court. lesteruay lie was tried berore lis Honor, Judge i or three blows were struck in the crowd but with- Dick, found guilty, and sentenced to receive forty, out eneefc. R;1vfi P l.v IT? TTnnnr tvhirh vna n,erf.Aj Mr- Wod made towards the combattants, when i-i v. c -er t t " -i James Carngi::i leaping over the benches rushed iruu ju vj ouciiii iouca iii conseineiiee oi which verdict Mr. Danner, of course, recovered his lost treasure. There are a great many persons in attendance ou Court this week. To-morrow, Thursday, is the day set apart for the trial of Obadiah Christ mas, but as some of the State's witnessesses fail to make their appearance it is thought doubtful whether the trial will come off or not. But should it come off I will give you at the earliest moment the result. There are some Ilonorables with us this week Candles, IB. Tallow, 16 Adamantine,,! Sperm,. 4 b '0 Coffee, Ii. Java 17 to Mr. Wood, and shaking his fit in his face, ex claimed "stop thi, light-top it at once, Isay, or ! j" you &h;ill sun -r for you bewail it.'- l " ' Mr. Wood .seized tlie coat of either Rae or Shce- j St. Domir.tro'll han, and pulled him out of the crowd, calling on j Cottox, fb.'ll 18 23 50 13 him to desist. At this tim-3 the wildest excitement prevailed, wt-re: uiiuvu, anu one is sai.i to severa l,K I. . 1 Coitox 13a.jgi.vg, yard 11 134 13J Hi 00 00 S Tar FbUl ?5T u f)0 In order,. 0 00 00 I'itch do-.O (Ml si 50 Rosin. P 2 50 S3 00 Do No 2 . 0 00 1 30 Do No 3. 1 30 -J?0 U0 j Soiiits Turpentine, j 4 gall 41 00 ! Varnish. raI,3U i CO Nails, iv Id Cut, 41 S 00 have been pointed ?t Rynders Wood hadevi- i ' OKS-i J J " 90 d 0 00 dentlv tliM sininff,.ct ni tv f ir Qa Grrhir . ' v-u. - ".fcA.L j j..a- t ... i , ' "n"""n i!3 l ' luil..-..! conferred. Mr. Cochrnne, r.ith a few remarks about the Dome-ncs. 12 J 20 to p nrinem if) I'usf M a s'f n i . t art, ax atsents in ' rroe u ri n ' suo.iegm.c.r. The Uoncy in all cases Mftst accomt.on,, the ltrke. ' Ir- MuSC tlj0 PPCtor of the ve fff Sahmixi vhcii ye wish him success and hap- .i!.o Mi,jv n . v-.:;:ue, as we ic-.t surc; Sasmu i.xp.f-K-i or tfV- 7 pfee5in I. "v Toujo. ' Au-. n ;u-i.oi;, ut nioiiMi.iuoi), ail ne ;?i:;e iTogrtss is how the lone star ' upon (terman (ardenaa, the Bowery, last evening, vatcli tower, where it expects to remain a vigi was, as we fe slim it would be, a failure. .Not !alt sentinel in behalf of Newbern a;id Craven more than tvo thousand persons were pre.sent,all County and all their interests, not forgetting the told a number which, our reporters assure us, is cities it owes to other sections and to the entire only about double the averjoru that m, 1o l.e fnnnH (5itr there beer-urmUmg. on ordinary ot-casions, every ; , AVho will frive us another daily in Newbern ? evening during the week. The spek.-rs were I " partly (Jerniau rnd partly iV'iish ; and wfe do i 4 1rizc S,orir- not intend any airrotit to the ora;',rs w1k-.i wedd -"'e u1 tl,e flwiiiff liberal inducement to that tli"y wery men vhfse names have little or no literary effort in the last Greensboro' Times. weight it tins community. V 'tn'ose" familiar with the -' a single horseman ho, then, this is the sum total of a fortnight's ' i i i t. , , , . , . , drummimr up of all the elements of Vn.ShlSl ito mlithiiYO ieeM seeu .tyle, should pitch the Sunday laws. The result ougnt t convince in: every intelligent ( Jerman ;rmnug us, wh- has hith- uThe publishers of the Times propose giving erto been beguiled into a support of this -anti- $a0.00 in prizes for the three best Original Sto lurth Commandment mov-m nt, under a mis- ries, scenes laid in America, which may be re taken apiM'ola.nsion that a qui'-t Sumbiy -ras a ceived by tiiem between this and the loth of De great hardship or a great "tyranny,' that, aw j8 comber. on the ri ng track, .-iik! that tin- .so,"nr h:- svi!fch- T'or tne best Story $!00 00 os elf ni the same ro;id v. i:li law and order, tne For the Second best f,0 t0 bt ttt r. This is the whole philosophy of the, inatV l'or t lie third best f0 00 tei-. Nhi.mi ri.-allv, tlu; relative po.sith.n of oiir No. TKiso prizes will be a warped the 15th ot Decem- .-1 ' o- vrt v -n: UisgraeetuI .-c-ii-, moved an adjournment till J Yarn, lMb..u0 o'ci ck. Nothing coulj be heard, but Mr. Stri k- i Eous, v doz ..17i u i er c'eciHied liie m.,ti:m cornel r f fatulks. among whom are Ko A. W. Venable, lion. E. The largest iv rtior; of the Convention then! - 16 - - 40 ia r: Pni,i tt,., v ri.oi.-, i. :.i ' -itJirr..- u .1 i ... r.i ; i ish, f ioi.. . T . ! ,.- ;,. ........ :ni.. ...,! i i i. . ' .UUiicts. ..o 00 4-0 (:() others Who. thouch tliev have not t ie M.morah e ! l t-" " muuj, ueieruies remaiu- i i T . , - C-d in the hall, attached, are not lesser stars m the galaxy oi great ; T , . , i T mm, T1 , ",,r , , ,, 1 eace was then restored, and Dickinson, Wood, men ; such as Kansom, Miller, Hugh, Wadde , i y, , , .. , j-oiiucia. iiiiu i:iii:;y uuiers among lUO HlOsi prOUl- TI1E JOE ' DEPAKTMEXT " OP TIII2 "DAILY IMtOGRE!(S OFFICE Is now complete in all its arrangements. One of CORDO.VS POWER JOB PRESSES, A large lot of NEW TYPE, nr.d the largest stock of PAPER and CAUDS ever brought to this fectiou has just been added. Our Job Press will print from 1,500 to 2,000 sheets per Train 80 ts (0 j hour, and makes a uniform and beautiful impression Eefd whalelCO 00 j A thousand Cards or a thousand Hand-Bills can be Pea Nets, bu 00 Hi L5 P'mteu aud de.ivered m lrom one lo two hours ufter tne order is given, and we will guarantee in all coses the prices shall be froia 15 to 25 per cent, less than is charged tor the same character of work by other I parties in this section of the State. Norwood, Phillips and others. I see that you speak rather disparagingly of the condition of the Newbern Light Infantry. What a pity such, a noble geniiemumtt corps ot soldiers T I h r-.'-i . - r,i ? vt 1 '. -v hay- b$':u n?td r. the ! now the pride and boast otTthe whole States inent in the State were present. The Benicia Hoy and a number of other prize fighters were present, and tho proceedings generally were rasf lu interns.tlo'T. t"n,li- ,nv ill'. v.-iv:i v l.P ove, hv t i.i m I lurv .,' t... wiv-..- uj wiv. wuinuinuii, r. is.4 State. "But there is la pe of a tree if it be cut j thought for c-Thsultatiou relative to some of our down that it wid bud again. J Central American affairs. Respect fully j Ex -Presided Fib' more and other notables were We are glad to be able to inform our corres pondent that the Light Infantry are not going to die, just yet, but that they are springing forth with new vigor and receiving large accessions of new members. I'd. A dc-fpatch from there on at New Port latently the liili say 3: Lx-Prcsidui.t Fillmore is stopping at the Fill more House. He visited Fort Adams to day, and witnessed the .'"review." Cen. Wool; of the Eastern Department of he o. o. -irmy, (ame into tins city last Saturday eve- .Ma.-k-.-vl. . . 10 it 00 Herrings,... 4 ft I 51 N. Car'. ..0 00 ?0 00 Flol-k.N.C. bb.h, (J 50 .' (.0 Oi.ee. i- lo. ..18 W Oi) V'LN.vy Bags,. 14 V 3G O I a.vo, Peru ian, V lb 31 z 21 Laxti I'lasiek. i't!.-- -1 - ;oo v- -.i. . v. . x; v 1 Oats, ...fr rt, 0;t Peas. Cow,. 75 Do. UlkF, I 00 tz 00 Wheat, U. 1 25 ;T 00 Wrought,. .-10 121 Oils, f Gallon. Linseed. rawyO a 00 Itoilduo. 1 00 a 0 CO Potatoes, k f'Uslsel, Sne.-t CO 'd 81 lri.sh.. 00 ffl 20 do P Vd.1.2 50 a 3 00 PiiOVJSIo.Ss, p lt. (N C Pa.-on,) Hums 12 ' Miu.ilias, P.; z Si:ouh'U i t ... '.'I j Ui'L' lJoimd. 10 a- (Weiern Uae.-.n.) M:d.I!:ugs,..!l &' SiiouMel s. . . 0 fi N C Lard, ..!2i-g. West n do...l 1 1 ,z latu-r 22 w 13 11 10 L0 00 l!0 ' 13 12 ! WE Pi: INT j IIuin' mid I'l-otV-Mnioiaal CiinN at $2 50 to ; 5 00 per thousand according to size, j WE PIIINT si tinu-Li iiin at o uu to ilu 00 a thousand acoor- 1 ISilUIIcads, Cirrulnri, WE PIJINT ISilli of fntiiijt 1 r C:h -..-r. . ..11 i- 11J j Bank Checks, AVnl.Iiii and Viirins C.-ir!, okk. i(Jr) P b; 1 -ui . i 1 " Norti.crn. 1)1,!.) I Catalogues, .rcl ISIank.i. City Mess, ( 0 a. CO 00 nnd m fact t-Terv desoi iitlnn nf vorl '.-1..-m t.n if j ?..aiket,.U(, 'c'0tt00 ( 0 all c.her I-gtd .'Jy.-!- ....."O -wC i? j jxr ipn-.ii r!n-a i 1V;VLT! i ' or more quires V." one kmd jv ordered, or fcr r. lrfi liit 00 Hides, p To., (Jreeii 5 Drv 12 Hay, v I'ui) Hi s, Fasten:...! 1,0 'a 1 25 I HON, P' lb, - Fng!ish.os"dSi Sweed'h ref'd 5 d- Sunday fih ii-ls to h rest be tair!- exhibited thus: I'opnlaliiMi oi" t ho city, sny..; No Sunday .Meeting . .Aic' ionrv tor The . Mormo the. .friitii. s in I ,f;.h. !.!. i a v. S COiltiiil their If the (i,iv !. -pronations of ninii'tit means to do anything we. think the first siep should- be to hang lirigham Young and the othjr k-adcrs. Tk- N. Y. Express sn-.s: f the c.omiiiuiiitjf'niay be, if Stories are received to justify an award. 'Liu-, length of the stories, and the subjects, provi- fc'-U.OOO oed they are of a moral character, will l.e let't to 2,000 the writer. Three impartial judges wi! nwike the awards, and to slum all appearance of collusion. manuscripts shouhl be mailed to the publishers of -.The Times, marked "Prize Story " and the name of the writer should be sealed in a seperate envelope. " 3kktix of IJaxk DiHKcrous.-Ti.e Directors tlect edi'or the li.iik of Commerce met on Friday even ing and elected A. T. Jerkins, Esq., President, and How long, Yea, lmw long, will Uncle Sam Dra J. A. fluion, Cashier of that institution forbear with Mormon criminals and Mormon im- pudi e 7 1 1( her Kim'o ai!. we now see1, is defy- tainly in our judgment better selections could not liaye been made. The Hank we suppose will be put in operation at an early day. ing tiu; (.overnii.ent, and his followers are shoot ing dow n American citiz 'tis, hncause tln.-v have d.ued tt reveal their crimes in open court, ilust ' f' - - - th.re be a repetition of tl;os( scenes of outrage ; '-At the request of several gentlemen who take vhich have been enacted by Mormon hiielings fjv'interest in the matter discussed we publish 1 iu.m. (he n.-ist ftvv vears in Western wiidnrnt . .i.A r..n ; e .. t i . lieft 1 1 '1 1 imp luiiDHiii; iiuiu uic t liimiigiou ootillcli" uu nui in;iL do. w.-ii.e nn 10 a swm .mm. 1 "JfH HUM 'f tl' 1 1. h-'f lanatics. avmarentlvtnoiv hardened irt jf.cT tlnin nnv other tH-onie noon the lace or .cue rj?ih. Ceitainly no portion ot our own people r OP -.1 1 1... ..11 .......I .. ti u !i d-jti pt ilo n ance of their dutv ? If so, the blood -Of iko r" t( unoji their n-n -,-,, 1 iTi-mlrlM 1 1 . THE MEDICAL BOAKD, NO. 1. p"he Medical Profession does not possess that 'riiiiii:ite that it formerly maintained Not 'bar-?k m l.e .-ill, .wed thus to set all law aim ordfetfat - .1 a r ... .... i ........ 1 . w. .. . .1 ... A- ic-iiai)ce, as nit; iioi nmus mivir u-jou .mo lo lig, had they heen capah'e ot such Viuamy. AVI.jTthen this 'fatal forbearance ' Is it to be eter nal .' Horace Creely of the N. Y. Tribune was itiSan Francisco recently where he made several speech- os and was treated with much consideration. He is represented as namg on i i.tvun ikowrci 4 remai kaole. k.- ;- i.fc Thev seem to have had squally times in the New a! v. Kioto fottvi'titioii recentlv in session at Sv- 1 111 IV kuo.v. ........ - " ,. racuse. A New York paper of the 1 5th sayss irv fr.nTV.Constiilitiy Cmninir in ;tffednty, and the other in importance. The iliftice of medicine, when left to surmises and igu.i conjecture, is one of cruel, results ; but i.'iin its weli-estnblislied principles are taken as , T .1. . i. gf.d!, it IS i 1 1 . 1. . . ... . . j... 1 - er.d;, it is aitenueu v.iiu ceiiaiuiy anu mani- olijbiessings to the community. Lut such has. iccess to tne protession so ma obtained at the present olfjOiessmgs 10 me cor jgiame the ease of acct idij is a medical diplom and so numerous the facilities by which lized practitioners can the bt'inttara 01 tne pro red. Formerly, a man was obliged to study, toil and moil for years in preparation before ou'.d obtain a diploma to practice. He was obliged to give good evidence ot moral acter was required to prove himself to be ntLmun before- he Could be w elcomed across hrcshold of the sick chamber.- Now-a-days, Spring and .Summer, and at the rapid decay and tattered aspect of nature's verdant vesture, the husbandman is rejoicing at the prospect of plenty in the whitening and ripening fields that stretch out before his enraptured vision. Provisions have been comparatively scarce and high lint thanks to 1 lini who hath assured us that seed time and harvest shall never fail, the cereal pro ducts of honest labor will soon be climbing the sides and covering the beams of many a spacious garner, satisfying the craving of lowing herds, ami bringing comfort, contentment and gratitude to the hearts of thousands. Let the young swain and romantic Miss, w ho can feast upon bird-songs, zephyrs, and flower colors, repine at the departure of the seasons of such unsubstantial production, but as for myself, I shall ever experience superior delight in joining in the song of the "harvest home."' There is no local news about here of a charac ter to inieiest your readers Goldsboro' is pro ceeding upon the " even tenor of its way." The Merchants are receiving large and beautiful sU cks of goods, which they desire to sell cheap for cash so they say. 4 I cannot refrain, Mr. Fdit vr, from hereby ex- ipent f( ihe Miscellaneous lopartiudiif of your very interesting daily. I trust that an appiecia tive public wid reward your labors to the fullest exteut of you; most sanguine hopes. Yours, &.c, IIOKAT10. port cd" the largest, and so serve the concussion on the streets. t2at it seemed impossible that the discharges were at such a distance from the town i he appearau ;o and drill of the .battery, were, with a single exception, gratifying 'll no slight de gree, and were witnessed by thousands, and would have b ; ;n witnessed by many more had the means of transit been sutiiceieut for the de mand. After the review, the officers and invited guesrs ;at down to a sumptuous entertainment, xuv.ad from npirl for General Wool, by Col. Ma gruder. We tire without any European intelligence hi ter tor-.!, that airer.dy puplished, and home news is rathe;- dulLand stale. Ekmc loCJitvivA 1.. The revival at the Jlefho dist Cburoli In' this jdaee continues to progress with iiicrea.-iiig interest. It has been going on for ten or twelve days, ( ud kouh; twenty-five or thirty persons .have made p; oiessious, principally yung gentlemen and ladies. Ca Sunday night hist, the house vras densely roweed with a very intelligent and exceed- 00 G 0 00 GoLUSnoUO', fcept. l!ltli, Icol. j nmg, lrom C; nip Massachusetts. He has to day i Lnu:', p bol 1 00 .-0 0 ) r V rn.rn ... Wn li"o H . .1 T rr! . t . l i Msited Fort Adams, been received with the an- I'm stole, I :J5 'M weather at present. The Fall is upon us with its I jf Jf Iate h"nfrs mic? saiufs' n'1 h fevfv L' . ' . , . 1 the troops and examined the state ot the fortifa- -W nivigoratiug mornings and evenings. And v, hile cations. ThP miss of oiiier.-nt .h-l.rp ,.., iom" oaius ... . . ., , . ,' ,. , , r. . " .JV- W1 romrh.- 8 (Ml-ff f) 00 uic MfiiLiiiit.-iu.ii iii; oil: niiii: iib ino uei)ariuie oi i ini.iiiuiis w-o.e uiseii.ire.eu. co loiiu was tlie l'C- i i.laiifd, --IS 00' 20 00 eie tr, 25 00 30 00 wide bds, 11 00 715 00 seantling 12 te a 15 00 ..Ship Su.tr, !..;;;;!. .-d S CWW 00 JIoi.a:- y Gallon, Cuba lihds. tHi :5U Do bV,s,.('n To :a N Orleans,.. (KJ & 50 Liococ-.s, p Gall, (dora'e; Wtiisky, o2 Oil N I'i iiu;i:,.-lv u 45 (Jin, nri?t 40 itranlv, ---.15 u 50 A'p'e do,- ..o5 Hi Pe;:ch do, ..S5 iv 25 Xavai. Sroi-.ts, I 1 Urpeetl!!' live 3.1 2 00 t0 j rtea.i .10 a. 00 1 tine.'V., il..t(.'j V;; , ;j Do de-id, lh 10 c6 ou I Shi.KI', P head, j I.anil-s,. ..1 50 a 2 00 ; Mutton, -.1 75 5 2 00 j .Salt, j Alum, P bu.25 a 00 i Liverpool, ty .-nek, ! ground..! 00 d 00 j do tine... 2 00 d 0 00 Sl;ah, p It., 1 Porto Ki'-o,. P ! X Orleans,.. ; L.oat ami crushed,. . 00 d C yellow, . ..10 'd Granulated.. CO & I Soai' P lb 0 d SiUSGI KS, p M, j Contract,.:? 00 -? 4 00 ! Common, . 1 50 a 1 75 ! Staves. P M, WO bbl. 15 00 20 00 I 11 O hhd.12 0!!15 00 i Ash lieud, 0 CO d 12 00 , TiMBKrt, P M 20 C0S50 00 j Tallow, p IT. 10 -d 00 Tohacco. P TK Si 1 ('onirnou, ...121 15 Medium 25 30 Pino 15 a 50 1 2s(o !P,S) ; Woor.. P It. ..15 -a 20 10 10 00 10 H quantity 00 ecu' s per quho. None but the bet pa lmer used in all eases. We have incurred very heavy expenditures in fitting up a first class Job Office so that our people might have their printing all done here at their own doors, and all ve ask is a trial and we will guarantee satisfaction us to character of work and price. We k eep one and sometimes two good workmen in our Job Department, and our stock of Ink, Papers, Curds, Bronzes, Scc, &c, will t-imb'.e u. to get up anything that the man of business can possi bly want. Ser.J ;n your orders, J. I,. I'I'.WIAfiTOX, Sept 15, 1853 GOODS I IVIiW GOODS ! ! SPlilXG OP 1S3J. GEO it U E A h L E X Invites the attention -of the Public to his L atuck oi SPUING AND .SUMMER DRY C.OOIV an I5a:e; p. .11, Aissue, Organdie, DeLain FOU TilC WEEK KNDIXG .SEPTHMlJEIt 20. TiiiiKituiit' The transactions have increased very little during the week, and prices have been uniform tu :J 05 for Virgin and Yellow Dip until yesterday, when the price advanced a little, and 125 bbls. eh aliped hands at S3 10. u.r uu.nd nuu.ence, v no listened, lor nn nour j Mpiri Tn;-;eucist Very little doing in Spirits, or more, apparently, with the deepest interest, to The last s.".!es were cifeeted at 41 cents P .1. am! Tnr Scarcely anything doing in (Hi EAT EIOT AT MAXCIIFSTEIi, N. II. Manchkstek, N. H., Sept.. 15 The muster tan humbug tlm people, ofhremeu m tins city is-a great and excuing the profession has been ,ft.iUr' , euibcl"& f venty-hve compame, and tinny uanui oi music. Willi the crowij of visitors to the show, were . f nresnoiu oi mo .sie.ii. i:iitiiuuci. iiuiv-i-uj , Mr Fernando Wood yesterday exhibited, that L''Lvir, neithei study nor ' iuoral character are pcc.u'.Var boldness and si. i.-u tness for which he is f pJM.nb-'vs ire-requisites to graduation. Asa .distinguished. Uefore the t me appointed fori, the ,-al thing, if the candidate will pay for two opening of the Democratic State Couveniion, lie v,fer courses of lectures, he may rely pretty find a party oi his lotlowers got possession o$ me fAVlidcmtly upon having placed upon his shoul Hall, and then amid cu. fusion, procee.y-.l toelcct fcl ;0 blushing honors and responsibilities a Chsiirman an 1 to pass resolution aunnti! !!g;both';ti, j oiploma. 'i he truth of this statement is no Delegations from the city of New York, that from to.jUs. 1 : v i 1 both to the profession and to the Mo.art Hall as well as that from Tammany Hall. njje tile m;cessarv result. It lessens the jiro-Thi.-. done, Mr. Peter Cagger, behait off the dfeiion'ia the estimation ot the community, and tre literal t.ody ot Mr. John Str k l..-n olected not w it '.; -tand.i n-r tin fh;iir of the rei.ri scntativo of Mr. iiinin Stikcr was struck and i- il tun e-ates. proceeneu to nominate r.,rJlU.li!y introduces' to jiatients swarms of doc- t ,'naii H..US, .aiui to pronounce L' 1 whh .linlomn 5ti Iwuid. who. -no i neon) I e ten t .i t ; r .. T . . . 1 irosenco in.cne NYoo.l. Here from ;iu red v an. ad- were broken, but h; was hru:-ed and lamed. A de lorl.tfnl conliiet of o; i: 1 1 i o i : of oi -. s, and of fists the platform, the blow being delivered by ;i beient of the Wood faction. No bones t. grapmc he lion. re) .orter. de do 1-. a Coch- ratie ind t! tlie ;iion 1 help him : all to no pur now ensued. W uich toe scribes an immense not. essaved lv) ir.aivo a iiose. J ne oi drew lieu hi me i -ss SI 1 . ! !C( Johh M:ker. lifted aloit by friendly bauds, tri umphed over the torture of his hurts for time suf H.;,.i,r t.i nv.moimce the. n.eetintr a.liourned.-- The i. - , . ... : Ttr-..j i-r ii-inv marc lied oui, i(ain; wBUU l-M.-ih i: voders essaved to ice oi John and tne voice oi lsaiali, in veils and sen oches, le.r.psed into . .i .1 1 .. ' Jt T, 1 ,".!i(i tie 11 lilt; u i ... k HiiUr uua- .jneims t i ;-.!. and hi- peoj ie in m'i umious o -eupaiioii. jJift-ngage m the delicate and dihieuit iaoors ot aKdieai and surgical practice. Not that I would errate the advantages ot a Medical College. A. who can, should avail themselves of their blrjehts. Nor do all who obtain diplomas merit tjis charge of unfitness to which I have alluded Iltt I contend, that so numerous have the Medical (Jjlecvs become about forty in number so jeit and unscrupulous is the competition among em, such the corruption engendered uy tne gracious appetite for numbers and money, that ie leading desire with most of them is, not 7b.ich shall turn out the best qualified graduates, tri w hich will have tue largest number of stu enls. And it requires no t.htev,d observer to iscover that a similar ambition is increasing to damentable degree among our Literary Colleges, 'jcjiools, and Academies for both sexes IVoni such facts as these, arose the patriotic de- 4iiuatit;?i vf the list Legislature to passu law SIA V?,ir'!ZlJt- tao het.lm and lives ot tlie i iii- num rous gamblers, between whom and the fire" tnen some trouble occurred, about eleven o'clock last night, which led to a serious riot, in which several buildi.igs were partially demolished and other property destroyed. The attack was first made on buildings Nos. 27 and 31 Elm street, where the gamblers occu pied rooms. The inside party having the ad vantage of position, drove off the firemen, using pistols and clubs. A second attack was made by the firemen, in which they were victorious and took possession. The interior of the building was ransacked, the furniture smashed, and about three hundred dollars worth of liquors and cigars seized, which the firemen speedily appropriated. The crowd numbered at least two thousand, who then proceeded to demolish Nos 21 and 25 Elm street, supposing that they were also occu pied by the gamblers, but this was not the fact. The mob then turned their attention to the Ameiican House, kept by Horace Uouney, a large three story building" on Manchester street. Ail the lower windows were smashed and other damage done. The mob here desisted in their work of destruc tion. The window's of the restaurant were brok en, but no oilier injury was done to it. About four o'clock the streets begau to wear one of Rev. Mr. lhent's most practical, well timed and earnest discourses. At the close of the address, in the ab.-ei ec of the slightest degree of ext ernal ex citement, t ie invitation for mouruers was given mid promptly -responded to by some twelve or fifteen iVrU jU:',YJHl'."".. seyer?n oifum were young incq all of Z$o lTfr'rfcCrSS'j.i the evidence of pnrd..n bpSHEr-'f) hour ot 11 o'c hek. The ex ercises closed a liftfe before twelve, and the w hole number of oik verts, for the night, we understand, was about twelve. Dr. Deems r-nived in town and officiated for Mr. Ure'nt last niht. He remains to-day and will proba bly preach tc-uight. The revival seems to increase in interest. ej Newbkrx jrAS Company. The Stockholders of Nowbe;;n Gas Company met at the Court House ou Saturday H'ilrht and determined to increase the capital stoelj of the Company to '22,000, and uc coidineiy i'i'ruor was passed and books were opened at I''t store of W. II. Oliver &c, on yes terday, for!th4t juirpose. Now that it has been pretty well Ascertained that the stock will pay, we doubt not bn ni'auy capitalists, who stood aloof at first, will baeu,,rer to invest. ".' eitlu-r. R-.tiu brings readily l iil 10 4 bbl., and Tar 1 75a.;l 80. Io!r ;Flour is in pri-tly good demand at G 50 loi' Sll : w .- ... '-'.i. .' im i mi m . I the '11 earance of quietness and order again. - 5CJ WHIG CONVENTICN lNNOKTH CAROLINA. We learn from the Fayetteviile Observer that tlie Whig.Fxecative Committee, appointed by the Whig members of the last Legislature, will meet in lialeigh en the 21th insi., to fix upon the time and place for the meeting of the Whig State Con-. id i: t- ; m i U-if L I,;., - 1 r' a I . 1 inrn T i il - ' i'P 7 i . - A ' v" a . J- t-- ----- t kOf Zy" .-. - m., m V V. e,u i,i, .viioai Ve.rmnuf y-;'. l i".dl. ; .i tTlniuHTthR dutv.-bl the leui.,"3ii ...vA?.-,rT- " U,f . - . 4 lm-.i.v7 1 ILliUlUll. -... " . . ' . I. XX. 1 . . uOl.. i .it'i'iiieicr .arftiv iii.s mo.i. m-ui -t u.r- . .?.-4.rt,, .m.m.it vJ of t in s:u,itarv , T j' ...;..i. 4i . -. . , A. it: o Pintwiin.-noM"" to' i'; 1 j i- last. Tiiffni lias uone us wui n. n rincr the year, ranging usuaoy nom i w A,.ti.m".-nd hodilv health ot tne people, as u is T..t.0! 11 tbt v I ILllill T . A OM vV-O - STOltM. -Viiere was a heavy storm in New- York on Fr;.y la--t. One four story house in Duane Stre-t was blown down. No one was killed but sjveral' of ho inmates were removed considerably ipjure .1. Lesoik. Tin? Lenoir County Court is in Session this weekiyt-.umber iof our legal gentlemen left yesterday (jb.ing to: attend it. If anything of spcial ii:tere.T ijnonld occur dining the week we hope some of oiir' friends at lvaiotou will apprise the Progress. '' " 1 i-USK. The Patriot urges upon the citizens ofirf ensboro' the necessity in that place for a markf house. That paper says that they have all o?iir conveniences to constitute a flour ishing towr. but a market house. t ( War. There is a little family war going on just now between the Post Master at lialeigh and the editor vf Vhe 'Register. Hope it may bare a happy teroiireition. GENEEAiV SCOTT DISPATCHED TO TIIE j , rXCIlTO COAST, ,iC. I 4 M Qit SPIliliS Sales v-Vt Kt a f alloi'UtMn tif 103 bbls., and this mornine 240 hbis. at 42e. P ulioii. ROSIX 1500wbbls. Common sold yesterday at $1 20 P :310 lbs. Tiiis 'inoning 5'iO bbls". afsame price, and 8: 10 bbls., No. 1 at f I 55 P bbl. BACON Sale, this morning of 4,000 lbs. N. C. cur ed at 11 c. P lb. for hog round. NEW YORK, Sept. Htli. Flour is heavy: sales of 3,oX barrels : State 1 JoGjjvl 50: Ohio 1 85 S 5 15. Southern 5. 5 15. Wiieat has a declining ten dency : Southern White ?L 30$l 31 : Red, 110 Corn' is quiet : Mixed is held at 85 cents, but. bnyers offer only 84 cents. Pork is dull: Mess, J;l5is$l5 12-: Prime, $14- Lard is quiet at 1C dllc. Whis ky is lirm at 262 e. ILALTLVIORE, Sept. 17th. The storm has caused J a total suspension ot tusinesM, and notniug nns been done in flour or gram. Provisions are quiet and dull. Whisky is easier, closing at 27jc. for Ohio. Seftember 20th, A. D., 1S59. 11k. Thomas S. Gillktt: Dear Sir Tids is to certify that I, the undersigned, ItigdoaP. Hewitt, ym galled on by Kieliard Otdli . -Id, Joshua 1). Haski ' end Geo. P.1 Young, at the instance of Thomas S. Gillett, wno statt. t-lmt the said Thomas S. Gillett has been in-foruu-ii th ut I have heretofore spoken in very disre spectful terms of him, the said Thomas S Gillett and family, charging them with harbouring a negro wo man cf mine named Mat. Ida, when runaway from me some time during last year, and requiring ine to wit Intra w said charges if made by me, otherwise I would be subjected to the. law. I therefore here estate as follows, viz: That I have no recolleetiou of ever having spoken disrespectfully of the said Thom as S. Gillett or his lumily, or of having charged them with hai bonncr mv said neuro :t woman, and have no reasons to beuevo they done so, but if 1 have ever i made any suen churue or aeeuratiou against tlicm, the said Thomas S. Gillett or family, I liereby with draw the same, as I do not believe, thev overdone so. w2t .f- It. P. HEWITT. ."YOTH'ii. My wife Mahaki Rowe having des ' ITS t ried my oed and bofrd without provocation 1 hereby forewarn all persons from harboring her or He r fr' r -; U t Sdk , and PR I NT K D T) R E SS GO OPS Mantles, Scarfs, Embroideries, Trimmings, ie., &c. Also, a very Superior Stock of Boots, Shoes ami Gaiters, 1'attimrs, Tiunks, Hats, Glovt-s, Jewelry, Willow-Wure, &c. Also, a fine Assoi tmeiit of Cloths, Cashmeres, Vestings, Cravats, My Stock is Jarge, New nud well-assorted, and will be sold at moderate prices. Particular Attention given to Orders. Brick Store, Pollok street, Newbern. N. C. April 11 HOVAIt2 -AWOt'IATIOX, I'Siilntlr! Ilii. A Bel evolout Institution established by Spv-ial Endowment for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, effiieted with Virulent and Epidemic Dis eases. In tiines of Epidemics it is the object of this Insti tution to establish Hospitals, to provide Nurses, Pliy sicians, Clothing, Food, Medicines, &.c, lor the sick and destitute, to take charge of the orphans of de ceased parents, and to minister in every possible wny to the relief of the Afflicted and the hea'ltli of the imb ue at large.- It is the dulv oi the Directors, ut i-x times, yr-tV!nillv tlie lDtevteu dispu ts, . Jl-TZ - nit-aiis of l-eli-f. Winner Ciha TalisehcXof KnidenicJr-'JfYV LU 'i- authoiizcd the (fArltin Sui tret.n- L "lutftti . PI?Q und medical aid to persons erdYering under Chi-ouic Diseases of a virulent character, arising from aliuso of the physical powers, mal treatment, the effects of drugs, &c. &c. Various Reports aid Tracts on the nature and treat meut of Chronic Diseases, by the Consulting Surgeon, have been published for gratuitous distribution, and will be sent liee of charge to the afflicted. Address, for Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Ass-.eia: ion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Bv order of the Directors, EZRA I). HEART WELL, Prcsi GEO. FAIR CHILD, Sec'y Octl4-wly irAIiUAHIiE I?A1CJI FOli SAIii: THE V subscriber oii'ers for sale his FARM situated in Craven County," on lower Broad and OrchnrdCroekf, near Neuse River, seven miles from the town of Jackson, voutaii ing 2300 acres, more or less, seve ral hundred of which are prime Swamp Land, abort tSOO acres cleared, the remainder in w oods, of which much is excellent timber, suitable forbuildiug or ship purposes. There are about 1 0O acres ditched, dead ened, under-bushed and the cord wood cut ; a small amount of labor would prepare it for cultivation. There are also two crops of Turpentine Boxes on it. The Laud is well adapted to Cotton, Com, Wheat, Potatoes, &c, and i highly f iisceptible of improve ment. The facilities foridiipping are rarely equalled. Tlie-improvements consist of a fine large Dwelling Kitchen, Smok e-IIoiise, Gin-House Bams, St ablet and Negro Houses sufficient to accommodate Fifty Negroef, together with all other necessary oi:t-bnild-ings.iu good order. The Garden ami Orchard tbour:d in a great variety of the choicest Fruns, viz : Grapes, Figs, Raspberries, fjtawberries, Ciienies, Apples, I'eara and Peaches. Oystera and 1 ili may ho taken in abundance from the creek ut tr-c back of the gar den, and Wild Fowl, in great variety, abound mi the viciuii v. Tiirre i.-r also a good mill site. .with dam already consti ucted on the place. There l? a good well ot vater in the yard. ' . Tlie premises have the reputation of being lienlfby and the situation is desirable, and my only object in desiring to teli is the fact that 1 intend to quit faii.i I - I' fi I I. i r IV tvu.-tinz her on my account. I will pay no debt! Persons wnuir.g to nuy can nppiv i me vu u..; which she may contract while sepenvfed from me. i premises, or to J. CJoodmg. Pr.. J,t 'Cwberu .. . ALFRED ROWE. THOMAS T. GOODENG. Sent. 1 4th '59 w-1 1. i Graven County, Mnrcn it wu OALE Olf VAIiI.AI?r2 Jill AIL ESTATE rT-JK W tSOODi ,i SPRING TRADE, 1853. Js,-ss? ir.-jty a zs. rc i a a v. : $A LB ANJl J-'JF 7 'A IL D EA T,K IN LOFITY. grces. v; Dot ii.As as an iNur.rr.NDr.NT Candidate - . ... ii... i-i ... ir-, of failim J. lie lnuicaiiuiis mat nvinw. m - . to coerce the Charleston Convention into- giv in- him a regular nomination, will run as' an ii dependent Democratic candidate, are confirme i .i. . c .Vi. in- e.-oe.mnnie.atien in the -Cinci - ti ine ioo"iin., w... jJiti Commercial. The letter of General ferred to, receommended Douglas own nooK . . ! Vnuno" 1 to run on h Cait. GiRARni:Ar, Sopl. 3,1659. Eds. Cam i .,ii,.,.-,t(...fps,ac"!i that will improve their phys- "Z ...v- M ... - . iAil welfare and mental and moral condition, it iJks much the right of the Legislature to pass the kjw- establishing a Medical Board of Examiners, s it has the just fow er to authorize the Supreme Court to license those who practice law, or Boards of Superintendents of Common Schools to examine those who wish to teach Free Schools. If tlie power exists in one case, it exists in. all. The Bill creating the Medical Board was pass ed in obedience to popular sentiment, and not jnerely at the suggestion of the Medical Profes sion For years an effort .'.as been made in the General Assembly to establish such an institu- The frosir of j loroughly iiv this mes are cut to .... - .. the ground. 1 no c.cgree or eoiu as fo i;imi to form a hard frost on the ground. There w ere snow and hail storms yesterday. W JTTr 1 1 1 ' l - - t - 141 --- it --mm " "! --v . r?- J '1 "V 1 .. u Ui4ta' VVV-' '- -Ji r A:4f T V'i 1 r"iu,i..A iu..n..i.y viyi;''" mJf to be taTj-?? on t.v hjs Tesjuation 'by .sc& djiU Vi c A-r t iUr- ' steamer, iwtles tne regular o.ie for carrying tne rai' ; o h-V stock' impe' ted fct. t 'y .SA S '-Z&-7nvlr: r on mails is' .ay to depart. Ihe General is also j SiXG andSUALMEli) TRAL-E, 1 He flat-f V.an'b4 &rronm ht-Al' ri" . . i 1 . 1 . . . i ...... ... ,i-r . ... ..1a..- . iil..i - fill , . I W . ' . powerta to. coniroi me. luoveineius in man t rs iii.nseii neis piepu.eu iui.uw u wr& n n: j xx Hran'f.i e,T S-. t Mni s of iia-t. W , I orrv the tfetrait or Gult of t oomi'ai'.; tavorahly witn any m tue oUr neni ..iaii:..is. i Si.-oit-l Hilwri niheit.. Mid- entaiDtg about thrui w ;e oneiosino- you the letter Ition: but owing to the iact that the public niinu ".VuVio- of this place, to Senator Doiu.Vas not sufficiently aroused to its necessity, and vvnt to tlie Char estoii Convention! h&U to the additional reason that demagogues both iast i. letter to iear cpll enoilgn oi m.,uinu -- thlt the Judge has intimated to his c-Ioquer friends in these parts, that if the Conventio : should select another than himself, he will be a indrT.endi"iit Candidate. This will not surpm -vou much, I presume. His recent letters an; conversation have exhibited strong prempmtor -pvrniitoms of this developement. Such isthedete . mined and inexorable devotion of his Inend&tn t a stormy time may be anticipated in the Cuuve lion Vou are at liberty to make whae er Use f this you may see fit. "Yours, respectfully, c. ,v 'A. r. JonxsoK.' New Director Elected. A. T. r Jerking w having resigned his place as Director incite M r. chant's Bank of Newbern, William Jloliister, E we leam, has been elected to fill the vacancy.' MARRIED In Onslow countv, on Mondayte e mng 20th of August, 159, by T. Haskins, Lsq., j. leu B Jijnes, Esq., to Mary, eldeet Gaugnief vivin i Melville, all of Onslow county. 1 Within and without the profession, have all along, ak now. breii industrious in attempts to contuse the people on the subject, the movement failed. Misunderstood by some, misrepresented by oth ers, I have thought it well to explain the provis ions, features, and objects of the law creating the Jdedieal Board of Examiners now existing in our tate, and to attempt, in a proper spirit, to meet the arguments and objections of its opponents. I propose to enter upon this task in future num bers. A FRIEND TO THE BILL. SepL 14th. 1659. I KEVIVA.L. A spirited revival of religion is ffo ng" cu at Greensboro'. The Times says: ; For three weeks Rev. L.' S. Burkhead, pastor In charge of the Methodist congregation in Greens boro', has held daily meetings, preaching every "night, which has resulted in some forty, ornfty conversions, mostly among the young ladies of College; The pastor has been assisted by Revs. I'M T-l T"l Wi1sr.r. W. Harris. II. T. Hudson. C. IP. Jones, T. M. Jones, J. C. Thomas, and W. II. Bobbitt. The meetings are still progressing.- FIRE AT CHICAGO. Chicago, Sept. 6. A fire last night burned two blocks bounded by North, Canal. Fulton and Jefferson streets also, Vulcan- Works, andanofh er block in that vicinity. Two others partially destroyed. Loss half million dollars, insured for half that sum. ARRIVAL OF TH E KANGAROO. HALIFAX. N. S., Sept. 16. Arrived this morn ing steamship Kangaroo", from Liverpool, Aug. 3L short of coal. Had tempestuous passage, and Ib'O cabin and 200 steerage passengers. Vfill be due in New York on Monday. No news of the Persia yet. en: steamers after reaclaiia Georgia. '' ;- The President has said that our right to the Island oi.iS n Juan is clear, but the Senate rarely presses extreme claims at the hazard of war. Hence, Scott's hands are not probai Jy tied up with insti notions, but, in the hope of a pacific solution,' t r with a view to deferring a decision, a large inarf In of discretion will doubtless be given him. . . - , 1 am at-fl.orlzed to state that the letter in the New Yc-rkfpimes, concerning the government finances. i? ot official, so far as any expressions of the Seciitary of the Treasury or of his assis tants arc concerned. They do not expect that the revenues fr m customs the present fiscal year will ilv; wm guarantee tne prices a.- ur.v it not iiwci i.,,.,. I( f,.r. - u - - ,e-,' v i tbn the same quality pnd styles ot gol? can be Another Tat Ivio ii the CQUutyxvf Jomi. on purchased in th- country. His storo it piiu&ui.ly ( . s,oUth side of Trent Rivr, . near the oivjil'mg locate.!, the largest store in the place, the best light- ; rf the coarties cf Jonoa and Ciaven, adjoining til any most convenient.. Puttenied after no otuer ' iuujs (f Noi man Jackou and the htins of the storainthe place. 'He will be pleased to receive a . ij,,. Daniel Williamson, and coatahiicjr alitt one call from pu Fiice and nal ed.to.be. what it is not. place. He will be pleased to receive a . ,ate Daniel Williamso-a, a irebasers before making i heir purchase, j jinVdrcd. and seventy cre ii ilitv guarantied. No article represent j, Terms of .sale liberal an. " fyWtit Marble Yard, K'M: --hjva - '. ' - - . , i'iuVi?tf:63(i(;C; Marble Monuments. and inade known on the dav nf" ' .- , FREDERICK CI ROBERTS, C.& M. E Au ca;is5:! wet It 'N5f 5 i :''- t.Rrl" ft Jl Ferry, -i ly t th via'. f "f " ' FROM EUROPE. New York. Sept. 18. Tite steamship T.orussia has arrived, with dates to Sept 4 The Fulton had arrived out. At a meeting of the Zurich Conference, held 1st hist., the limits of Eombardy and separation of civil and ecclesiastical authority was considered.. Reported Austria intends to discount that por tion of.Jier debt transferred to Lombardy. - The Sultan ol Turkey aids Suez Canal for com" mercial purposes. French routes advanced LTas. levied on foreigners doing business at Smyrna. ? COMMERCIAL.' Liverpool, Sept. 4th. Cotton sales of the week 57,000 bales advanced J at close; 6,500 bales to exporters and speculators. Estimated sales for the day 10,000 bales ; stock in port 652, 000 bales. Total yearly irapdrts gtU23,0l0 bales, Sales same period 1,872,000. Breadstuffs steady. Wheat declining,. Consols 95 to 95 exceed in aAiount the sam e?timated'bv Mr. Cobb . Villi J- Ji? .vltt This is six nd -a half u illions less than that es-f p klrfmhf, .t.-k f Jw Unrated in the statement referred to above. . 'jfs- and Foreign Marble r, .iv:"i-.-- W-"t -.'- and is at all tiBues i. lie a.ll'f-llil 0 1 Jll'lliri Ji IUC ligISUl V SllL'JC'.f 1 - r T"y CTa.-fe gs mm to draft afih? Close of la?t week, was four million eleveii hundred and twenty-eight thousand dol lars. ' - 1 " ' - - ' -"'.. ASOYHiifll'siCAL 1'Rodigy. Master Hen ry Ketloru' t; young Hungarian, in his eleventh year,' is. a)itonuding the musical -world by 'his year, is. atonuoing ine musical lvorm uy nis ygyg'-g ; i ' w perfoi niaijbes i ou the piano forte. In London' ,r gps-MfY -pa " M and Farii he has create! a great sensation. 1- ff $tZJzX r 1 j xri JUH lit WAB XI AJX.4. All ieroas ". h'ayicg. T t f V i CHANGE OF FROMv'IFTORS. &R('!1 STREET, XEYMEIt. .V, C. 1 J(j11Nt F. JOSLo, PROl'RilHOR. Tlie u-: r"i:redTegpectrn!l3! anaonnce-s to the ' T; i.'.WrlW'r'": traveling jciI-Uc that l.e iiasta.u-n c.mrge or ims oja r ! aei-onmioilhto travelers and private fainuics witn t.'Oard by tlie day oi tnOtb oa the most aceomnioda- -tin ternis.1. - - '-fj 't": . ". His TABLE wi 1 alwayr- be furnished with he best . prodsins t:it n.e aiui foitign markets can almrd. - The Washingtou llcter has larg?.rooins,vis nearer the Depot; the Court House aud the business streets than anv -other .in lh cityT.' I - - - . Ab OMNIUClS will altvys be tlTe. Depot and: jjanuing on wie & iv iuviiofinm anx oum prepared to fill- or- tiers tor Monument, SlnJts a rd - Tom b Sfoni, of every do iveription, at.iless than N om liEUN pnees ' . : . : ..nnv nnsmcrjerrrft to the llulel free of ij clinrtre. Our workrwiZl, be n - ;fnniT. tT!! ;Hotel nastcuirU will liftvo Ot xsOlXil CircilUa j ir.,1r;rw.,L, ii 1r.; .ioi fAiiimvIiinH Kf fin?. and Virginia Freoof cpartre. Our-workmanship h?s been generally introducedia counties in lortn jaroima auu sjieuw R.entt triet!v to their orders nd secure their ekiais j be Mal3uf Aitsrney. for. Claiinaubi as excellent -jOaibnv. he b fully horses .byth soaable rates: mar.:d to boai d If ihe duy, week or inohtii at the umst reaV M u w l y , - i u onN y. jonks M ; ' r Orders br mafl Imeet witti.prbmpt attention andiH .f II,MVBId wishing theii. f I , Address,'" J. C. WIEE, Newbern,' N. C, dress 1 UA $e-ICemn, Esa., Tcarelicg' Agent. - ; , -f ; I wLicUiM'i' ScptlS' - " -. , , v,'ly . J. 'AdfS t fst atotfc'6 nbsctibeV'at Kinstou or Trtuton wwMMiiiwiiwwMawwiiiiiii-riiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiirMiirf' iii i iiiiiiiw "iiMiirtiiiiiiii-ii-nwfi MMiiiinimiw u 11111111111 niiii'iMimUfiiniii ' v ,w-'-y,w.- - - X, re iwoicm a u fusion. . .-- , t V wr !." . i .a m m .r. .. 1 1,,- ri-n ir-jn, mm m i.bi 1 ijm. numi- "' ,WiT fi n