TF"" M05igG,N0T. 29, I860.
' KENTUCKY. f :
GoTcrno Magoffin, strong for the Union bit
terly complains of the conduct of Governor Den
nison.ofOhio.innot surrendenng on his re
ouuition, a fugitive from justtce, charged with
Listing a slaVe to run away, and on that sub-
Je I shadf tak this violated right to the courts
for the remedy. Failing there, I would Mteke
ft to Congress, as there is an anti-Republican
Confess, and if they give the remedy,
Lincoln will be called on to . sign or vote
thebQL We frill test tbs question where we
.have rights whether or not we have remedies.
We will test the question whether or not our
rights are to be respected under the laws and
ttfe decisions of the Supreme Court o he
United States. Failing mere, uu. u.
1 cam u uti c
all I can
rights people, and now fal ing back upon your
reserved rights I will advise such action as I
am sure you will take.
A SIGS EVEX IX MASSACHUSETTS.
A movement, looking to the repeal of the
"Personal Liberty Bills," has recently been
started in New England. The conservative Re
publicans of Massachusetts are beginning to
feel the effects of the teachings of the fanatical
portion . of their leaders, and a petition is m cir
culation in Boston, numerously signed by many
of the leading Republicans of that city, calling
for a repeal of the odious "Personal Liberty
Bill." Even the Sprinfield Republican ac
1. That the Republican party are wrong in
passing Personal Liberty Bills.
2. That these bills are 44 pernic ous," and "Irs
VIOLATION OF THE CONSTITUTION," and
" UNJUST TO THE SLAVE STATES."
3 That these Republican enactments " mean
Nullification," are "unconstitutional in spirit,
and only fail to bo boldly and squarely uncon
stitutional on Garrison's ground, because we
(the Republicans) have not the courage to go
the whole and nullify the Constitution boldly
.4. That these Fersonal Liberty Laws ought
to be REPEALED.
This is as it should be. It is right and it is
SLEEPING ON A VOLCANO.
We fiave high authority for stating that before
the flood there was marrying and giving: in mar
rriage. up to the day when Noah entered the ark ;
we know that it was said of old : '-The Son of
Man cometh like a Thief in the night," and " in
the twinkling of an eye we shall be caught up."
We know that human affairs often proceed calm
ly and in their usual routine when the most tre
mendous crisis are at hand ; the people of Pom
peii were in tho amphitheatre when the ernp
tion of Vesuvius overwhelmed them, and Bel
shazzar was feasting his lords while the enemy
let the river overflow V.is city. Later, yet, the
'ball on the eve of Waterloo is famous: Mr.
Everett said well, a year ago : ' The ordinary
business operations wer.t on in France in the rev
olution of 17S3, till the annihilation of the circu
lating medium put a step to every thing that re
quired its use. The theatres and operas and all
-the other plaees of publie amusement were crow-
ded to madness during the reign of terror." The
revolution which overturned the theatre of Louis
iPhillippe occurred two days after the interruption
cf a banquet, and when no one of the ordinary ay
ccatiocs of the business or social world cf Paris
had been at all interfered with People paid vis
its and gave balls, and went to the cpera, and
dreamed not how near was the future, so big with
events. So now, those who fancy that because
the shops are open and thronged, because the
flaneurs are seen on Broadway, because parties
are given, because the picture galleris are open,
and the theatres succesful need not lay the flat
tering unction to their souls that no revolution is
to be appter.ded here. "The great social machine
moves with a momontum that cannot be sudden
ly stopped " And indeed, when misfortunes are
t i i l i , : u j-- ri
Diacne&b, pucpie Bumeuiiiies msii iu pleasure Willi
the maddest zest. The cholera season has been
known to be a fortunate one for places of amuse
ment. Three years ago, during the financial pan
ic, New York merchants might be seen every
night h.t the cpera, who had failei during the day
anxious for a while to distract their minds from
the contemplation of what was either unavoida
ble or irremediable. Let not, then, those who
are casual observers, fancy they see in their eve
jy day life no indications of a 6torm, that it is
.sure not to break upon them. We are in the
midst of the most momentous crisis that has oc
curred in the history of the nation ; we may be
on the brink of revolution ; and those who close
their eyes to this fact, will be infinitely the most
likely to be precipitated. New York Express.
EP There is at Naples an immense strong wo
man, about forty years of age, called Donna Mar
ianna, but commonly designated as La S. Giovan
nar. She keeps a little wineshop, habitually
treqeented by many of the lower classes, where
they drop in and have their glass of wine iu3t ns
a Londoner would take his pint of half-and-half.
This woman is the great popular tribune of Na
pies. -She it is, who, even under the former Gov--ernment,
exerted herself in every wav for the
... c i . .1.1 , " . , ,
puipuae ui unsung me lower classes ana trie Uz
zaroni on the Liberal side : in a word, she has
acted as the bond of connection between the Lib
erals and the lazzaror.i, between the rich and
the poor. On those days when the city was great
ly agitated, the ignorant masses implicitly fol
lowed iter guidance. On Garibaldi's arrival, she
at once presented herself to bin., and was most
cordially received, because Garibaldi especially
likes and trusts the ugh children of the people,
euchas-S Giovannara and the like. She ofcea
goes to the camp, and some six evenings ago,
when at Cascrta, there happened to be there
about thirty persons, among them individuals of
high rank, who were waiting to have interviews
with Garibaldi. Re was not in the best possible
humor on the occasiou. He had been pested
with the Ministerial squabbles, and did not wish
to see any one; but, on being informed that S.
Ciovannara wag ia the ante-chamber, he said she
alone might come in. The strong, stalwart wo
man entered. Garibaldi first asked her how she
was, and then in the presence of Generals Turr,
Bixio, and many other oSicers, lie said to her,
Now give me a kiss.'' She gave him one and
then said she would like to have another and
Laving obtained that, the interview terminated.
She does not dress wi.h the least elegance, but
merely after the usual fashion of her class. A
dark cottoa gown, a laigedark shawl with red
flowers, and nothing on her head. By her side
eke carries two revolvers and a dsgo-er. She
wsiks very gently and speaks very little. She
has a severe, but self-satisfied expression.
She has, in short, the air of a person of impor
tance. When she shakes hands with you at par
ting, she seems to look you through and through,
and nods, as much to say, we understand one an
other. Gov. Packer axd the Abohtiosists. Gov.
Packer, of Pennsylvania, a fev days ago, re
ceived a letter, signed by James Relpath, on
behalf of several young men in Boston, reques
ting him to attend a convention in that city,
to devise measures to abolish slavery. Gov. P. 's
reply is as follows
Exe'tiye Department, Ilamsburg, h
' Nov. 21, 1860.
Sir: In my opinion, the young men whose
names are attached to the foregoing letter
would better serve God and their country by
attending to their awn business. John Brown
was rightfully hanged, and his fate should be
ft warning to others having similar proclm-&cs-
Wm. F. Packer,
Governor of Pennsylvania.
The despatches from Georgia, say, a number
of free negroes have been forcibly taken from
Northern vessels in Southern waters, and spiri
ted off, nobody knows vehere, in retaliation
for tfee spiriting away of fugitive slaves, belonc-mg-,to
S01 masters, on the Undeground
Railroad North; all the difference, however, is
tbat while Republican public sentiment here
encourages, if t does not applaud the practice
public sentiment in Georgia and Florida is ali
against it as the despatches show. 2T Y
Express. - '
Merchant Shippers and O I hers
Can procure Railroad Receipts, Bills of Exchange.
&c.,at the Progrcts Office, whre every epeciea of
printing is done at short notice. If the Unioa ia to
be dissolved let us keep all the money at home we
can. So get these things here even should they
cost a little more, which, we don't think will be the
case. ' ' - '
Hie Governor's Message.
Extra copies of the Governor's Message on
band al the Progress Office for gratuitous dis
jfibtfticD. Call tnd get a copy.
i e Tj"-.,r.L-f in me ia&i
is your violated right. I have done
j a -t-t: ii fomodT. iou are
SECESSION MEETING IN GEORGIA. '
Columbcs, Nov. 24. The demonstration
made here to-day was the greatest ever seen in
Western Georgia. All the merchants closed their
stores and joined in the procession. Flags and
banners were suspended on the streets, the mili
tary and Southern Guard paraded in procession,
and cannon were fired as a salute to the South
ern Confederacy. Messrs. Yancey and Rice spoke
in the inorcing to a crowd of 5,000 people. John
Cochrane, of Alabama, spoke at night, with Sen
ator Iverson and Mr. Crawford Nine-tenths of the
people men. women , and children wear the
GEORGIA ELECTION RETURNS.
We have now received full returns from all
the counties. They sum up as follows :
Tatnall - - - - 313
Add 131 counties
52,131 43,050 11,613
Vote for Bell and Douglas - - 54,G63
Vote for Breckinridge 52,131
Majority against Breckinridge - - - . - 2,542
VOTE OF NEW YORK.
We now have official returns of the vote for
President in every county of the State of New
York. The aggregates are as follows :
For Mr. Lincoln, 361,367
For the fusion ticket 313,367
Lincoln's majority 47,727
The result, as declared by the State canvass
ers, will perhaps vary slightly, but not mate
rially, from this.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 24.
The official vote of this State is as follows :
AHEAD OF ALL C0MP ETI0N !
Our Third Year!
Of Every Description
DONE AT THE
IX THE BEST STYEE of tlie ART,
AND WITH THE
GREATEST POSSIIiLK DISPATCH
Having made large accessions to our Establishment
in the way of
New Presses, Type, Paper, Cards, &e.,
and having in our employ good workmen, we are
better prepared than ever to serve our patrons and
Business and Professional Card at $2 50 to
$5 00 per thousand according to size.
Hand-Rills at $3 00 to $10 00 a thousand accor
ding to size.
Hi 11- Heads, Isabels.
Circular, Bills of Tending
Bank Checks, Wedding and Visiting Cards,
Catalogues, Tergal Blanks.
and ia fret every lescnotion of work for less than it
can be dene elsewhere.
Especial attention given to Book and Pamphlet
Call at ox send vonr orders to the
Craveu street-. New hern, N. C.
tEtP Prices moderate and work executed with the
greatest accuracy and punctuality.
DAVID DAVIS & B1I0',
KO. 51 SYCAMORE ST.,
Wlholesac aud Retail Icalcrs in
The Iarpcst best anc1 cheapest stoc? in the city is
to be fouud nt our Store, our goods are all bought
This is fo Inform Iho renders of the Progress
ot the cheapest Jstoreiu the South, to buy Dry Goods
of all kinds it is the store of '
DAVID DAWS & BRO,
NO. 51 SYCAMORE ST,
Wholesale exclusively for CAfH, wherever they can
find goods on the best terms and the most desirable
descriptions, and who will sell for the very
SMALLEST LIVING PROFIT
on the cost. Their stock is as complete with
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
as it is possible to render it, and daily accessions are
1 : 1 1 -J 1 l ; -W-. . ,
ueing luauciu ji, oy learner ana Jixprens irom the
large cities having an agent employed especially in
their service to secure all
that are to be had. They are enabled not unfre
quently to sell
0ods at naif their Value,
and always at a very great reduction from regular
No Obligation to Buy.
We are thankful to be favored with a visit from pur
chasers, and a visit to our establishment incurs
no obligation to purchase,
No Charge for Showing Goods!
goods freely exhibited.
A Call is Requested
All that can be done to please will be done, and all
articles sold warranted as represented, and
Don't forget to call where you can be well treated,
buy cheap and select from a magnificent stock of
FALL & "WINTER DRY GOODS.
The place where you will be certain to meet with
these accommodations is
David Davis &, Bro's,
NO. 51 SYCAMORE ST.,
SIGN RED BOX AND BLUE POST.
dlolto of this House is Small Profits and
Oet 27 d&wtf
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
2 Cargoes No. 1 Red Ash Coal daily expected.
Persona in want will please hand in their orders
to T. J. HUGHES' office immediately,
nov SO-d&wtf - - -v
Raleigh Press please copy 6 times and send
bill to Progress office. , -
T7IOR SAIjK, A tract f land, situate on the
JL Aorta-western noraer of the town of JNewbern
and near the Railroad, containing about forty acres!
known as ' Farmvule Place." Apply to
.. . SITOBK A
SJ TGEE A VJES ATTMORE.
July 21, 1&60 dwtf
CHISMArVS IMPROVED YEAST POW
DERS, prepared by P. F. PESCURD, Raleigh,
N. C, and sold by P. S. DUFFY, Newbern. and
J. .-V. JORDAN; 2Swben. . ,
Sept. 17 d.w3u3. .
Our stock of Agricultural Implements and Farm
ins Tools is now complete, and we invite yonr at
tend on pa'ticularly ta the AXES and CAST STEEL.
GRUB HOES, Weeding and Hilling Hoes gotten up
expressly for our sales, which are of the best quali
ty, and for sale low. WM. H. OLIVER & CO.
To Mill Owners.
We have always on hand everything in the Mill
furnishing line Hemp and Rubber Packing Leath
er, and Rubber Belts, Rivetts and Burrs, Babbet
Met al. Machinery Oil, and a scpeiior article of MILL
SAW FILES. For sale by .
WJI. II. OLIVER & CO.
Persons engaged in
Building should remember that we keep all kinds of
and Bnildera HARDWARE constantly oh hand.
WM. II. OLIVER & CO.
Our Stock of Mechanics Tools is now large, and
all new articles of merit will be added as they appear.
Persons should examine our stock before buying,
as our arrangements are such as enable u to sell
low. WM. H. OLIVER & CO.
For Sale by
WM. H. OLIVER & CO.
We have recently added to our stock a geueral
assortment of Ship Chandlery, Paints and
Oils, Paint Brushes, See. We sell the Wcod
bury Duck at a small advance on Manufacturers
Prices. WM. tl. OLIVEU & CO.
To Farmers ! ! !
The subscribers ara now prepared to fill ordess fol
the celebrated Utley Plow, (Patented in 1858), for tbe
for tbe counties of Carteret, Craven. Onslow, Jont3,
Greene, Pitt, Washington, Beaufort, Hyde and Tyr
rell. The Plows are tor one norse or more, iney
range No. I and No. 1, A. for one horse, No. 2 and
No. 21 for two or more horses. Each one of the ODe
horse plows cau be easily and quickly changed into
four different, perfect plows adapted to all the various
kinds of work on a plantation, sub soiling included.
An ordinary horse can easily plow a furrow 7 inches
deep and from 7 to 8 inches wide, throwing tho dirt
from the furrow almost as perfectly as a spade can.
It throws no'dirt on the land side. Cotton or Corn
2 inches high can be plowed with it. The depth for
the plow to run is regulated by a screw in the stock
and may be altered in J a minute without the plough
man leavirg the handles. The two horse plows
. pe ate in the same manner except the changes into
different kinds. The plow is light and strong; the
whole arrangement simple, durable and cheap. It
has taken the premium'at all the State and county
fairs at which it has been exhibited. Every farmer
who has seen them run here is delighted and pro
nounces it the bet plow that they have ever seen.
So sure are we that it is just the thing that you
want, that if upon trial, it does not give satisfaction
you may return it at our expense. That you may the
more easily supply yourselves we will sell the right
to the following counties Greene, Pitt, Washington
and Tyirell which are not of easy access to us. Wc
will also sell some of the other counties if desired. '
We shall establish agencies in the different coun
ties as soon as possible if we find it advisable. The
whole thing is Southern almost entirely North Caro
linian aud as we are permanent citizens of New hern
you need fear no humbug. A trial is all we ask.
Send on your ordeis to s for the present.
No. 1, one horse plow. Jfi.OO equivalent to 4 plows,
No. I, (A.) " ' 6.50
No. 2, two " " 8.00
No. -J J," " " 8.50
Terms cash in all cases. Freight and cartage, of
course are not included in the above low figure.
SIMPSON & HOOKER.
J. A. SIMFSOy. KOSCOE HOOKER.
N. B. It will make potato ridges without he use
july 23 dtwly
From Black Repub
lican to SIMPSON &
and Southerners are se
ceding. Nov 27 dtwff
SOUTH CAROLINA l?lO-
ney taken in payment
for Goods by
J. M. F. Harrison,
Pollok St., Kewbern, Js. C
JNO. S. DANCY, JXO. H. HITMAN, F. M. HIM AN,
Jjnte ot .Lute ot JjUte ol
Taiboro', N C Scotland Neck, N C Warreutou, N C
!)ACV, IIY3ZAX & CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
124 Pearl Street, New York.
IIY.IIA, BAXCY & CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
npHE NEW YORK HOUSE will be conducted by
X Jno. S. l)ANt v. aided by R. W. IIvmas.
THE NORFOLK HOUSE will be conducted by
Jxo. N. IIyman and F. M. Hv.man.
5P Particular attention given to the sale of Cot
ton. Corn. Wheat Naval Store . -
W. C. WHIT FORD at Newbern, will forward
cotton, a aval Mores, w heat, Corn &c., to our house
iree oi any cnarges at JNewDern.
1 1 ftn ACRES OF LAND for Sale.
L A.JJ The subscriber offers for sale a valuable
Tract of Land, lying, on Adams' Creeks, containing
aoout 6ix nunarea acres, ana -aia ny judges to be
equal to any lana in tne ttate.
Also, another tract lying on Hancock creek, about
twentv miles below Newbem and three miloa fmm
Havelock Depot, A&N C Railroad, containing 500
Acres, auu is wen umuerea wren long straw pine,
hickory and oak.
For further particulars address the undersigned
at Newbern, N. C.
dec 8 d&wtf JOHN N. HYMAN.
VfO TICK PH1LLP THOMAS having pur
ll chased the store on the New County Wharf,
recently occupied by Geo. W. Miller and John D.
May, would most respectfully announce to the cit
izens of Newbern and surrounding vicinity that
said store is now open, where he will be pleased to
furnish .everybody with DRY GOODS, BOOTS
SHOES, GROCERIES and WOOD, cheap.
Cail and examine the stock for yourselves before
purchasing eise where.
TAKEN UP AND COMMITTED. A ne
gro boy, claiming to be the property of MRS.
PARNAIIAM, of Jones county, was taken up as a
runaway on Monday last and confined in jail. Said
boy is black, about 5 feet high, rather slim about
14 years old, has a fine set of teeth, a small scar
above the right eye, smart, speaks quick and says
he was forced to leave his home by JOHN, the pro
perty of a Mr. Haskins, who he says came with him
to Newbern. The owner is requested to come for'
ward and redeem the property.
A. C. LATHAM, Sheriff.
July 19, d&wtf
BRICK I,AVI!VG AND MASONRY.
JAMES N. LEGG, Brick Layer and Plasterer,
respectfully offers his services in the above branch
of business. He is prepared to erect buildings by
contract, or by the day when desired, and pledges
himself to give satisfaction as to nrice and character
of work. He offers to do as substantial work as can
be done in the State. .
For further particulars he refeis to W. P. Moore.
I Disosway. George Bishop and J. L. Pennington,
Newbern June 19 d&wtf.
HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
NEWBERN, N. C. " '
Contracts taken for work in town or country, which
will be promptly executed and satisfaction guaran
tied. ' Paints, Oils and Varnish always on hand and
will be sold at reasonable prices. ,
aept. sflj OAwiy . - . , . . .
U Mules, Carriage Horses, Corn, Fod
der, WAGGONS, CARTS, and
at the Clermont Plantation.
Nov 12,1860 d&wtf.
WANTED. The undersigned will pay the
h ghest eash prices for Dry Hides, Washed
Wool, eleaa Rags, old Rope, old Sail, Corn Meal
Bacon, Lard, &c.,&c - ; - . r
Au. 4 dw . FOARD it HOOKER.
C. A. MART, BROTHER & CO'S
C. A. HART, BROTHER & CO.,
Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
TIN, SHEET IRON AS D COPPER WARES.
Gas Fitters and Plumbers.
ALSO, a lare assortment of
COOKING. PARLOR OFFICE STOVES,
such as "
The Economist, Eoyal Cook, Sunrise, Morning Star
and Chilson's Celebrated Double Oven Range
with hot and cold water fixtures.
Sandford's Portable Heater
and Hot Air Furnaces all of which are the latest and
most approved patterns.
P AR AGON FLUID LAMP!
A great Variety of Lamp Chimneys, Wick &c. &c
KEROSENE OIL AND BURNING FLUID
At Wholesale and Retail.
SILVER PLATED WARE!
Such as Cake Baskets, Castors, Table and Tea
Spoons, Forks, Patent Ice Pitchers, Candle Sticks,
BRITAXIA AND PLANISHED WARE,
Tea and Coffee Pots, Waiters, Coffee Urns,
Chafing Dishes, Oyster do., Plate
Warmers, Cups, Spittoons, &.C.;
GRATES AND FENDERS !
IIollow and Wooden Ware ;
Suction and Force Pumps ;
Cistern and Well', do.
Lead Pipe; Galvanized Wrought Iron do.;
Copper and Iron steam Piping,
India Rubber Hose;
Sheet and Bar Lead;
Carriage Bolts ,
Smith and Wesson's Impioved Seven Shooters,
Cartriges for same.
HARVEY'S PATEN1 WASHING MACHINES,
Price Reduced to $C;
Having purchased from A. Miller &. Son, their entire
interest in the
Gas Fitting Business,
are now prepared to do all kinds of work in Gas Fit
ting and Plumbing, Stefuii Piping, See., &.c.
We shall keep constantly tin hand
of the latest and most approved patterns, Globes.
Shades, dec, Sec.
Particular attention paid to TIN-ROOFING,
GUTTERING and all kinds of Job Work in our
line promptly at tended to and satisfaction guaranteed
F U 22 S IV AXTE D.
J T!if Lijr'i'x-f nvu krr price will lu: pnid for RAO-
i comx. oi'osrr, vox, mink and oiter
' Furs. A!.- V'.-'x, Rg?aud old Copper, !y
I . A. HALT, BRO. C.: CO.
! C..i-r.er id' Uira l md Ml-td-.r Street.',
! .Wivlicra X C.
n' t 2 S-dj-.w v
The Firm ot FIHbER, FOARD HOOKER,
having been legally dissolved, we the undersigned
have associated ourselves together under the Firm of
FOAED & HOOKER,
for the purpose of continuing the former business at
the Rume place. We are thankful to onrtriends and
customers for past favors and by a CORRECT, EX
KRGETIO and PKOMPT system of doing business,
intend to merit and hope to receive au increased pat-
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Rroccrics, I'rovision, Ship Chandlery,
Negro Clothing, Farming Tools,
GUANO, PLASTER, LIME,
NORTH CAROLINA FLOUR. CORN, HAY,
FISH, CYPRESS SHINGLES, Sec, &c,
at ns low prices ns any other houso in Eastern North
Having our own Vessels, Wharf, Drays, etc., we
will pay particular attention to the
Forwarding and Commiaiiion Bunincss.
We will also make liberal cash advances on Coi
We kip also prepaired to furnish our friends ana
customers with the best flour, tobacco, hay, cotton,
yarn, shirting, osnaburgs, grain-basrs, negro hats
shoes, leather, kersies, casaineres for gentlemen
and wrapmg paper, all of North Carolina production.
Also Turk s Island and Liverpool salt, molasses, su
gar, coffee, rice, segars, iron, nails, Guano, lime,
plaster cotton, baging, ropes, ship chandlery, fish,
seins, nets, twine and many other articles too tedious
to mention, all on the most accommodating terms.
Call and examine our stock.
FOARD & HOOKER.
Aug. 4 difew.
JJOME MANUFACTURE !
GUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS !
NOTICE ! NOTICE !
Military Companies & Sporting Gentlemen.
I have opened one of the largest and best assort
ed stocks of Guns, Pistols, Rifles, and articles
pertaining to that line of business, and would most
respectfully invite all that may wish anything in that
line to give me a call and examine my stock.
The following list comprises a portion of the arti
cle8 now on exhibition:
Guns, Double and Single ;
Rifles, made to order ;
" . Breech Loading ;
" Colt's Patent ;
" Sharp's "
' Merrill's "
" Cox's "
Coifs Patent ;
Smith Wesson's Patent ;
Allen &r Wheelock's do
Smith Sf W. Cartridges ;
Pistol Holsters ;
Poieder Flasks ;
Fencing and Boxing Gloves
Fishing Tackle ;
" E ley's Caps ;
" G. D. Caps ;
" Cox's Caps,
1 " Coifs Caps i
Dog Collars ;
" Chains ;
Powder and Shot.
Hinnipin9 PrAflintlT n . -1
- . .m.uucu W.
Merchants supplied at New York prices.
jiiduuiuciureroi uox s lime.
april 27 d&wtf Pollok st., Newbern
TATirB TTTTT! STTRSfrRTrtTTT? W'TT.T. RPT T.
by order of the Court of Pleas and Quarter
c : . i a i r i. TT.. v 1
becond Monday in, December next, (it being Court
week,) a valuable
Tract of Land and Improvements,
containing ISO Acres, more or less, lying on the
North side of Neuse River, and on the Easfe side o
Bird's Creek, adjoining Edward Bowen's, Bennett
and others. The same land is now occupied by O
Terms ef sale made known on the day of sale.
J. M CUrHRELL. Adm'r.,
oet 12-dtwtd " of Amos Cuthrjx Dee'd.
ID8, Cash and the highest market price
antitv of ereen or drv
Hides, by-.r , - s - , ; WM- P. MOORE. Jr.
Corner of Rout's Tern?' ar ci Middle streets. New-
bens, X. C. Apnl JO-d&wtf. '
An experienced Nurse an43?emale Physician,
presents to the attention of mothers, her
For Children Teething
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammation will
allay all pain and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO RLGULATE THX BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your
Relief and Health to Yovr Infants.
.We have put up and sold this article for over ten
years, and can say, in confidence and truth of it, what
we have never . -been able to
sayofanyoth- MRS. ' ' ' er medicine
NEVER WRSLOW8 HAS IT
FAILED. IN SOOTHING A SINGLE
INSTANCE. SYRUP. TO EF
FECT A : CURE, when
timely used. Never did we know an instance of dis
satisfaction by any one who used it. On the contra
ry, all are delighted with its operations, and speak
in terms of highest commendation of its magical ef
fects and meuical virtues. We speak in this matter
'what we do know," after ten years' experience,
and pledjreour reputation for the'fulfilment of what
we here declare. In almost every instance where
the infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re
lief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes after
the syrup is administered.
This valuable preparation is the prescription of one
of the most experienced and skilful Nurses in Ne'w
England, and has been used with never-failing sue
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves the chiM from pain, but invig
orates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will
almost instantly relieve Griping in tbe Bowels, and
Wind Cholic, and overcome
which, if net
edied, end in
believe it the
in the world, in all cases of Dysentery and Diarrheea
in cnilaren, wnetlier it arises irom teeming, or irom
any other cause. We would say to every mother
who has a child suffering from any of the foregoing
complaints do not let your prejudices, nor the pre
judices of others, stand between your suffering child
and the relief that will be sure yes. absolutely sure
to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottlsv
None genuine unlets the fac simile of CURTIS &
PERKINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
Principal office, No. 13 Cedar Street, N. Y.
Price only 25 Cents pet Bottle.
dec 13, 1859-d&wly
PURIFY X II IS BLOOD.
M O F F A T S
Vegetable Life Pilln and JPhcenix Ritters.
The high and envied celebrity which these pre
eminent Medicines have acquired for their invariable
efficacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure,
has rendered the usual practice of puffing not only
unnecessary, but unworthy of them. They are known
by their fruits: their goo'd works ti stify for the'na,
and they thrive not by the faith of the credulous.
In all cases
Of Asthma, Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Affec
tions of the Bladder and Kidneys.
BiUious Fevers and Liver Complaints.
In the South and West, where these diseases prevail,
they will be found invaluable. Planters, farmers and
others, who once use these medicines, will never af
terwards be without them
Billious Cliche and Serous Looseness, Biles, Cos-
tiveness. Colds and Coughs, Cholic.
Consumption-Used with great success in this disease.
Corrupt Humors, Dropsies.
Dyspepsia No person with this distressing diseaso
should delay using thee medicines immediately.
Eruptions of the Skin.
Erysipelas and Flatulency.
Fever and Ague For this scourge of the Western
country these medicines will be found a safe, speedy
and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem subject to a return of the disease a cure by
these medicines is permanent. Try them, be satis
fied, and be cured.
Foulness of Complexion.
Gout, Giddiueas,EGravel, Headaches of every hind,
Inward Fever, Inflamatory Rheumatism, Impure
Blood, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite.
Liver Complaints, Leprosy. Looseness, Mercuria
Never fails to eradicate entirely all the' effects ot
Mercury infinitely sooner than the most powerful
prepaiation of Sarsapaiilla.
Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous Com
plaints of all kind. Organic Affections, Palpitation
of the Heart, Painter's Cholic.
The origrnal proprietor of the?e medicines was
cured of Piles of 3o years standing by tbe use ot
these Life Medicines alone.
Pains iu the head, side, back, limbs, joints, and
Those .1 flirted with this terrible disease will be
ure oi" U-ilief by the Life. Medicines.
Hush of Wood Ut thr. Hen'l, Scurry. S Jt Rheum,
Srrofiiht. or Kit"' FrL in it 8 worst forms. Ulcers,
.).'' ev.-i v titjsrripf in.
War ma of all UuhI.-j are i fleet ually expelled by
t'ne medicine". P-'iri-i'ts will do well to administer
tiie;:i whenever their e::isteiice is suspected. Relit-f
wii! he certain.
'ii'ic Lift- Pills and Vlurnir EiUcrx
Purify the Blood.
And t'tv.r- revx.ve a'l drsense from the svt?ni.
IV-i-.iie.i by 1H;. WILLIAM 15. MOFFAT,
Ni'i. -S.! lirondwiiv,
l',,r .-ole by a'! Druggisfs. iMofi'it BuilJingj. X Y.
ma v ! : d i-wl v
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just published, in a, Sealed Envelope, n Ijceturo orj
the. nature, treatment and radical cure of Spermator
rhea, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Xcrv
ousness and Involuntary Emissions, inducing Iiupo
teucy and Mental and Physical Incapacit3
Br ROB. J. CULVER WELL, JI. D ,
The important fact that t!;e awful consequences of
self-abuse may be effectually removed without inter
na! medicines or the dangerous applications of caus
tics, instruments, medicated bouuies, lnl other em
pirical devices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the
entirely new and highly t-uecessful treatment, as
adopted by the celebrated author fully explained, by
means of which every one is enabled to cure himself
perfectly, and at the least possible cost, thereby
avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day.
This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thou
sands. Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on the
receipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr.
CII. J. C. KLINE, M. D., 481) First Avenue, New
York, Post Box 4Sti.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS'
Door, Sash and Blind Factory!!
NEWBERN, N. C.
Tho Subscriber having put into operation a set of
Macfies, (the very best in the United States,) is
presed to manufacture every article made of wood
used iu building.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Brackets, Moulding from
inch to 14 inches, Newel Posts, Balusters, Door and
Window Casings, Washboards, Mantles &c, of
White or Hard Pine, Maple, Black Walnut, Mahog
any or Rosewood, iu style, workmanship and price,
which will compare with any respectable Factory in
the country. My object is to put a stop to the im
portation of these articles from the North.
Having unusual facilities in getting material cheap,
I can offer inducements to all persons to buy here.
Planed Tongue and Grooved Flooring always on
hand, or got up at short notice. Lumber by the
cargo, at market price.
sept 18-d&wtf - R, N. TAYLOR, Ag t.
CATCH TIIE MUBDERER-400 RE
Mr. Pennington: Dear Sir.- The citizens of
Swift Creek were startled on the 8th instant by the
announcement that John Chapman, a respectable
citizen of the County, had been murdered by a band
of runaway negroes, headed by a negro man calling
himself Ben Soon, the property of William Grimes,
of Pitt County.
Ben Soon is supposed to be the negro that shot and
killed Mr. Chapman. This baud of runaway ne
groes with Ben at their head is the terror of that
region of country, and the citizens of the County,
with a commendable spirit, have raised a subscrip
tion of $40(1 for the apprehension of the said Ben,
commonly known as Ben Soon. The subscription is
in the hauds of F.P. Latham, Esq., of Craven Co.
The deceased was a young man of irreproachable
character and universally esteemed by his neighbor
His los8willbe severely felt by the community iv
which he lived. SWIFT CREEK.
Would respectfully announce to his customers and the
public generally, that he has removed to the large
and commodious Brick Store, recently occupied by
Alexander Miller, Esq., nearly opposite the Wash
ington Hotel, where he will keep constantly on hand
a large stock of heavy
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. BOOTS &. SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, CKOCKEHY GLA8S-WARE,
V COTTON, BAGGING. ROPE,
&C &C, &.C., :
which he will sell at the lowest cash price. Prompt
attention given to orders and selling countrv Trodnce
A call respectfully solicited. ZAC. BROWN,
sept 25-dlm-w3m. -
TO THE FRIENDS OF HOIIE MANU
FACTURE, THE KIN STON SHOE FACTORY , .
IS NOW IN" SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
Orders 'or negro BROGANS and BOOTS are so!
licited. , ' .,
' . J. C. CARPENTER, Agent,
JKINSTON. N. C, -JYiiy2e-dwtf
' .'-;''. :-, -w - -
' Thk Amalgam atiow of Languages. There is a
growing tendency in this age to appropriate the
most expressive words of other languages, and after
a while to incorporate them into our own ; thus the
word Cephalic, which is frvu the Greek, signifying
" for the head," is now beccViing popularized in
connection with Mr. Spaldingrsgreat Headache
remedy, but it will soon be used in-n. more general
way, and the word Cephalic will become as common
as Electrotype and many otheis whose distinction
as foreign words has been worn away by common
usage until they seem ' native and to the idsnor
Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadaehe this bafternoon, hand I
stepped into the hapothecaries band says hi to the
man, can you heaee me of an 'eadaehe 7" "Does
it hache 'ard says 'e. " Hexceedmgly,'" says hi,
hand upon that 'e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand
'pon me "onor it cured me so quick that 1 'ardly re
alized I 'ad an 'eadaehe.
Headache is the favorite sign by which na
ture makes known any deviation whatever from ihe
natural state of the brain, and viewed in this light
it may be looked on as a safeguard intended to give
notice of disease which mightvotherwise escape at
tention, till too late to be remedied ; and its indica
tions should never be neglected. Headaches may
be classified under two names, viz : Symptomatic anil
Idiopathic. Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly
common and is the precursor of a great variety of
diseases, among which -are apoplexy, Gout, Rheu
matism and all febrile diseases. In its nervous form
it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach consti
tuting sick headache, of hepatic disease constituting
bilious headache, of worms, constipation- and other
disorders of the bowels, as well as reual and uterine
affections. Diseases of the heart are very frequent
ly attended with Headaches: Aaaimia and plethora
are also affections which frequently occasion head
ache. Idiopathic Headache is also very common,
being usually distinguished by the name of nervous
headache, sometimes coming on suddenly in a state
of apparently sound health and prostrating at once
the mental and physical energies, and in ether in
stances it comes on slowly, heralded by depression
of spirits or acerbity of temper. Inmost instances
the pain is in the front of the head, over one or both
eyes, ad sometimes provoking vomiting; under this
class may also be named Neuralgia:
For the treatment of either class of Headache the
Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and safe rem
edy, relieving the most acute pains in a few minutes,
and by its subtle power eradicating the diseases of
which Headache is the unerring index.
Bridgkt. Missus wants you to send her a box of
Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pilis, but
I'm thinking that's not just it naither : but perhaps
ye'll be atther knowing what it is. You see she's
nigh dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and
wants some more of that same as relaived her be
fore. Druggist. Yon must mean Spalding's Cephalic
Bridget. Och f sure new and you've sed it, here's
the quarther and giv me the Pills and don't be ail
day ubout it aither.
Constipation or (onlirexcts.
No ne of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so
prevalsut, so little understood, and so much neg
lected as Cosliveness. Often originating in careless-
j ncss, r sedentary habits; it is regarded as a slight
disorder ot too little consequence to escite anxiety,
while in reality it is the precursor and companion
of many of tho most fatal and dangerous diseases,
and unless early eradicated it will bring the KfiVrer
to fin untimely grave. Among the lighter evils nf
which coftiveness is the usual attendant are Head
ache, Colic, RheumeAsm, Foul Breath, Piles and
others of like nature, while a long train of frightful
diseases such as Malignant Fevers, Abccsses. Dy
entnr3r, Diarrhona, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy. Fpih'psy,
Paralysis. Hysteria, Hypochondriasis Melancholy
and Insanity, first indicate their presence in tiie
system by this alarming symptom.- Not unfrcrjner.t
ly the-diseases named originate in Constipation, but
take mi an independent existence unless the cause
is eradicated in an early stage From all thrse con
siderations it follows that the disorder s-Iiouid re
ceive immediate attention whenever it occurs, and
no person should neglect to get a box .f Cephalic
Pills on the first appearance ff the coinpiaii!.v, ns
their timely use will expel the insiduoiss approaches
ot disease und destroy thrs dangerous he to huv-an
A Real Ki ssiiijE".
Pfnsici'M. Well, Mr. J. n-s.-l.ow is that hrad
,' ache ?
i Mrs. .Tout's. Gone f I i;-r..r, all on; ! the pill
i you sent ciireri ir.ii inju-t tweiny :i.:nuUs. n;d I
wNh von would send more so that I can have them
' J'lir-riiTii. Ton a.T) c t thr;n t iiny Drnir'.Msts
1 Call for Cephalic Fills, f firv! thev never I'.iil an 1 I
( recen'itinerd them in all c ises f lie,i'htrhe.
i Mrs. ,1-nn 1 shnll -nd ior a box d:rec5ly. nr.d
I shad t;-!l nil my sufFjrinz triends. for they are ;i rc.il
TiVfviv Mii.i.K'.vs oh Dot. i. a us Mini 3'r Spnl-
dilig has sel l two i;:j;iior,s of bo: lies celebra
ted p:vpa:ed (ilia :Uid it is eliin::ted ll :i eaeh
lioiile -:tres fit !e: st ti Ji dollar. ?roitli X !rok n tar-
l!:s mahiei; aiT'Ji e'T-it e ot twentv millions
ot doll us rt claimed tion, total h
bv t i - v.iin-ih
invention. M:vi: mad.' hr; t;hr . !n.ueli;,
word, he iH.iw pi oposes to ih thv: world villi jii eat.-r
s. rvice bv curing a'l the acl;Sr?g heads with his
(Vph.-iiic'Pi'ils. and if they are as good as hi.- G!iw,
Headaches will soon vanish away like snow in July.
JTPCvKrt Exci TKMv.NT, and the ment-il care find
anxietv incident to close intention to business or
st lid v,ft"e among i he numerous causes of Nervous
Headache. The disordered state of mind and body
incident to this distressing complaint is a fatsil blow
to ail energy and ambition. Surlerers by this disor
der can always obtain speedy relief from these dis
tressing attacks by usinir ci:e of the Cephnlic Pills
whenever the RT-mptoms appear. It quiets tho over
tasked brain, and soothes the strained and jarrinir
nerves, and relaxes the tension of the stomach which
always accompanies and aggravates the disordered
condition of the brain.
Great Discovert. Among the mo?t important
of all the great medical discoveries of this age may
be considered the system of vaccination for protec
tion from Small Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief of
Headache, and the use of Quinine for the preven
tion of Fevers, either of which is a sure specific,
whose benefits will be experienced by suffering hu
manity long after their discoverers are forgotten.
Op Did you ever have the Sick Headache ? Do
vou remember the throbbing temples, the fevered
brow, the loathing and disgust at the sight of food.
How totally unfit you were for pleasure, eonversa
tionorstudy. One of the Cephalic Pills would have
relieved you from allthe suffering which you then
experienced. For this and other purposes you
should always have a box of them on hand to use as
Facts Worth Knowing. Spalding's Cephalic
Pills are a certain cure for Sick Headache, Billlous
Headache. Nervous Headache, Costiveness and
By the use of these Pills the periodic attacks of
Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and
if taken at the commencement of an attack immedi
ate relief from pain and sickness will ce obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and
Headache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowelsrtmoving Cos
tiveness. For Literary men, Students. Delicate Females,
and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valua
ble as a Laxative, improviug the appetite, giving
tone and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring
the natural elasticity and strength of the whole
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
having been in use many years, during which time
they have prevented and relieved a vast amount ot
pain and suffering from Headache, whether origina
ting in the nervous system or from a deranged state
. They are'entiroly vegetable in their composition,
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety
without making any change of diet, and the abscn. e
of any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer
them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS .'
The genuine have five signatures of Honry C. Spal
ding on each Box. "
Sold by Druggists and other Dealers in Medi
cines. .'" - . - -
- A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt ot
the ".. V ' :'
AU orders ehonld be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
- 4.H Cedar Street, New York.
nov 23dwly ... '.-
The Newbera Variety Store! '
- - i ,
A. Mitchell &, Son,
K2WBEB1T, W. C.
HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE STOCK OP
Staple Dry Gbods,
Consisting in part of
Satinets, Kerseys, Linseys, Shawls, Flannels, Os
naburgs. Sheetings, Shirtings, Calico, Delaines,
Stripes, Plaids, '
FINE BED BLANKETS, MACK AN AW AND
Bed Ticking, a superior article alwayar on hand.
Cottgv Yarns assorted, inhales atFactory prices.
Blue Cottoii .Yarn. Carpet Warp, white and color
ed ; Carpeting s few pieces for sale low.
"OSr 8 rock of
ts very large.
1000 Sacks of Liverpool Ground Salt.
2000 Bushels Alum Salt, very coarse.
New Orleans, Porto Rico and English Island Mo
lasses. Crushed, Graulated, Powdered, Loaf, A', B St C
Sperm,-Adamantine and Tallow Candles.
Duryre Superior and Satin Gloss Starch, Charles
ton Rice, Saleratus, Pepper. Ginger, Spice, See.,
(put up in convenient packages for retail.)
Mess Pork, iYess Beef ; -Java, Lagnayrt and Rio
Coffee ; Green and Black Teas; Lorrillard'a H T Snuff,
Olive, Pale. Detersive and Soda Soaps ; Tobacco of
various brands ; Crackers of all kinds. Can at all
times supply country merchants with any article in
the Grocery lice.
PADXTERS' BRUSHES, WHITE WASn
PORPOISE, WHALE AND LINSEED OILS.
TAINTS, White, Black and Red Leads.
Carriage Hardware and Trimmings. Saddles, a
very large assortment. '
KOggy, Stag and Cart Ilarness.
Bridles for riding, and harness in great variety.
Springs. Axles, Castings, Bolls, Rims, Shafts
Gilt China Tea Setts, White Granite and Com
dion Crockery, Stone Jars, Jugs,
Butter Jars, Glass
We would call the attention' of Fisharmeil to th
large stock of
No. 20, 25, 28. 30. (The Anchor Gill Twine sold only
by us is very superior.) COTTON SEIXE TWINF.,
COTTON NET TJXES, RATLIN,
NET LEADS, ice.
But we vrould call the especial attention of
FARilSHS and MECHANICS to our Stock of
Building Materials !
We have Stock Loefcs.-Moitise Locks, Rim Locks,
Plate Locks, Nignt Locks and Latches, with
night keys. Front Door Locks (very fine and
large.) Pad Locks, S.ish Locks, Blind
.Door Locks, and other varieties.
The Axes, Hatches, Grub Hoes, CS Hoes, ai d eve
ry kind of Carpenters, Black Smiths, Coopers and
Brick Maeens' Tools, sold by u, are of superior
quality and warranted.
A Fiiie asssortment of
DISTON S CELEBRATED HAND PANEL and
will be kept c-n hand ; Circular Saws of bin mannfae
turewillbe delivered to any point on the A. Si N.
(' R. R without extra charge at manufacturer
To Shingle cetters we would off;r the
SHINGLE DRAWING- KNIFE,
muds expressly for .-ts und warranted.
! G TJ T L E H Y.
Pock e!t and Pen 5foives, Dnzors, Table Knives nnd
! Forks, 2 or 3 jror:?r. Settsof Ivory Knives, with eitli -I
er stee? or Silver forks.
i Ptwx, Sf'ith, Sffrsl, Manure Fork..
iiln idp, .Americnn aud nyl p Jfc f rc-Vt.
' C-r-t .Siet-!, Gunnan, Sjiring and Plow Steel
! COTTON BAGGING AND ROPE.
j Wood vare, Grind Stones, Mill Stones.
! Ship Chandlery.
' Hemp, Manilla and R:nsH Ropes; Patent, Friction
ISusIicd li loc Us,
! Composition Thimbles, Hinges, Hasps, &c,
Copper Trails, Rivets, Tacts, Cart Body and
Band Nails. COO Kegs Iron Nails, for sale
We have on hand a large lot of Storks and Dies,
of King & Co.'s make, for sale at much lessthau
We have also a large stock of Double nnd Singh.
Guns, London Twist, Laminated Steel and other
niiikes; Eley s Caps. Wads, Cartridges, Powder
Flasks. Shot" Pouches and Bags, Game Bags, Pow
der, Shot, Halls.
KETTLES, OVENS, fcC.
IRON SHOVEL and TONGS,
BRASS SHOVELS and TONGS,
BRASS ANDIRONS, &C.
Cauldron's Sugar Rotters,
of anv size furnished at short notice.
LEATHER BANDING OF ALL SIZES,
RUBBER do " "
Rubber Packing, also Hemp Packing, and Lace
Leather of any size, furnished to order.
always on hand.
We are Agents for, and Supply at Manufacturer's
EVAXS' AXD WATSOX'S
SAL AM A NDER SA FES,
Bank Vaults; Bank Locks; IroD Shutters; Doors;
Sash Sec.; Robinson's Manipulated Guano ;
Harrison's Grist MHs : K,idd's Cotton
Gins; McLinder's Improvement;
Wire and Iron Railing for Cemeteries, Balcony, &.c.
or any kind of Iron Castings. Verandahs, Marble
CBOVEB & BAKER'S
delivered in Newbern at Manufacturers prices and
full instruction given.
Our arrangements are such that we can supply at
short notice any article oi Amerioan or E"ghsh
GP Attention given to the sale of Cotton, piour.
or any kind of Country produce.
VAIXARLE TOWN LOT FOB
Ti InthlnJltterof In Equity-Craven,
Thomas P Devereux, r l860.
aud John Devereux, j y
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Equity, for
Craven County, at the last Term, in the above case,
the Clerk and Master will expose to public sale at
the Couit House, in the town of Newbernjon Thurs
day, the 2(lth day of December next, the following
valuable Real Estate, to-wit:-
Lot and dwelling-house on Middle street, now oc
cupied by William G. Bryan, Esq. Lot number 45
on Pollok street, now occupied by J R. Bailey, Esq.
Lot nnu.ber on East Front street, between Union,
and King streets. Water part of Lot number , in
cluding wharf, now occupied by Dr. W. W. Orins
bee. One f:s.lf of Lot number 304 on New street,
between Craven and Middle streets.
Witness, Frederick C. Robets, Clerk and Master
in Equity for said County, atoffice.in Newbern, this
7th day of November, 1860. ,
xr o, F. C. ROBERTS, C. M. E.
Nov 8d&wtd : - - .
Town's Branchial Trebe Just received
jjcccmoer 16 by J. GOODING J
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