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Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - August 15, 1860, Raleigh, North Carolina THE WILLIAM W. EDITOR OF THK Dollars par in OF THE invariably in TERMS OF WEEKLY TO ii Copies 1 10 1' 15 All art at ration of kima fur which they bun Terms of Advertising in Semi-Weekly Our of advertising are as One lines lirM 00 nt in Contracts will made fit twelve ami at the close of the contract will be deducted from the glows or business not lines will be in either the Weekly or lor for MX or lor twelve or in both lot for six or for Terms of in One square for fust and cents each en mi how Miir will into the All not aic in the and ed When the number of is not on the it is until sent us by mail H at our AUG. W. W. STATE OK TUB LAWS OF TDK Tho Editor is still too to contribute any thing to the columns of the lie is on his feet and hopes soon to er his usual The Some of the papers of the State are stating the Democratic on joint in the last at 44, some at 50, some at 3 and some at 58. According to our which we think we on to onr the majority to have been 33. According to our table of loss and it will be seen that we have lost 17 in the Commons and gained and the Senate we have lost o and gained our nett loss 12 in the and 1 in the 01 13 in Thi makes a difference of 20 on joint which taken fi om OS our ity 32. We presume our Oppositionists will find this majority sufficient for all T. L. gentleman arrived in our City on He is looking very We learn from him that R. .is elected to the Commons in His majority over is 11. Ad valorem is elected in re-elected sheriff in ity over Candler in Madison and Yancey is 28. We publish by a cation over the signature of The fiom the pen of a Douglas in reply to the attacks have been made on Mr. Dick and ft of Judge Wei egret to see the feeling which is displayed on both The Douglas men have a right to assemble in Let them do if they The they are denounced the more they will rally to their and the greater will be the danger that we lose the State in em- Onr position is well known to our We aie supporting the Electoral ticket headed with and We are doing so the understanding that the vote of the State is to be so cast as to defeat We go for union and A separate Douglas Electoral ticket in this State would in all probability result in giving the State to Bell and VOL. 33. N. AUGUST 15, WHOLE NUMBER 1324. ELECTION for the 414; 580. For Smith 505; Walker 414. Jasper 743. No J. 637 D. F. Ind. 410. 75S; 283. 901 U. W. 481. A. C. 702; J. R. 547; 501; U. G. 377; 11. 161. All G. M. without Vote 1205. Hay 280. 478 609. Com- 008; 01U. elected to the Commons by 350 j beats for the Com- 25 for the has 117 elected to the boats D. beats 132 Dickinson 90S; Ward 75li; Smith 000. All Eli W. without 1-148; 1400; 00-J. K. D. 1200. V. C. 820. No Han is and J. L. Op. For the To tho friends of Douglas and tional nominees of the national Democratic in 1 ask your candid attention to a reflections which I desire to submit for our serious In the first permit me to whether it is your intention to submit in silence to tho insulting and degrading reflections upon your in which some tho leaders and organs of the ers ate The Democratic Stale which assembled in Raleigh last pledged Ihe of this State to the support of the nominees of the national Democratic You honestly believe that Douglas and son are the regular nominees of that You think it is your in honor and patriotism to support in in the face of the undisputed which have come to tho knowledge of the whole justify tho acts of the believe it would bo an of and an aiding in tho of sectional and disunion to sustain the have you not a to say to think to write to spiak it V Is any infamous hanging in terror over your Are you and have those who went to Charleston and Baltimore and endeavored to break up the national a lien on your judgments and so that yon cannot your honest except under their It cannot be that yon have to be brought down to such a humiliating I believe you intend to act like independent scorning all dictation from those who would bind you to tho secession car of and as they on precipitating our country into Revolution and having a light to to to to vote as yon no of as your or many of luid the the rebellious to require or request P. the national of tho national Democratic this to issue a will for the assembling in For the TRIBUTE OF PINEY WOODS July f It has pleased the Great Giver of all good to from time to eternity our much teemed W. R. we deem a occasion to express our feeling on the loss of our departed That while we bow with humility to the decrees of the we recognise in brother Richardson tho true devoted and good That wo extend to his bereaved family our sympathies in this their sore and mourn with them their loss of a fond and devoted father and dutiful That we attend his funeral from his late residence this evening at 0 That we wear the usual badge of ing for thirty That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family and to the eigh with a request to G. H. C. V. L. C. W. J. J Two Kays Later from ARRIVAL OF THE FATHER Aug. steamship Canadian fiom Liverpool on the 20lh, touching at town on the 37th, passed hero early this The Circular sales of cotton at Liverpool for tho week at closing dull at a decline in all but reaching pence in some principally middling and lower Other qualities closed very Flour firm advanced I a 2d on the closed Corn has a downward prices not quotably Provisions Slock of cotton in port Weather favorable for the ELECTION is gentleman of Burke county foi warded by last evening's train the following election intelligence MAJ. MAJ. 000 HO 434 000 270 S 000 300 000 32S 000 2V3 000 10 000 000 170 000 7.10 Rutherford and 3 000 13G4 1327 Know Nothings are ed; in Jackson and Buncombe and Know and Dem. and Know Rutherford and Polk ono Know Nothing and one Dem. 4Sth W. Dem. Marcus Dem. 30th W. inst. OFFICIAL VOTE OF the City of on tho 30th of this of f The advance on wheat was confined to fine Produce market generally Tho Atlantic Cable Company report that their efforts to resuscitate the had It invariably broke at short Outside tho the iron wire was eaten but tho gulta percha and copper wire wore as good as Letters from Paris state that speech great sensation Some writers say that alarm is full us lo the of peace between Franco and Sicily is It is stated that the Pope had to adopt any of tho measures mended bh the French and declared if those be forced upon him he will abandon his Seventeen hoises run for tho was Satellite and Starke d. Fears wore entertained that Garibaldi would land upon Papal Two Sicilian war vessels bad gone to Syi The viceroy of Egypt had pi iced his troops at tho disposal of the Sultan to punish the There is gi cat excitement in Russia against the on account of the The Paris says that tho expedition of Franco as a matter of bo carried English funds were I 1 Sheriff ALL AT Alexandria states that at are now and it is not probable there will be an attempt to renew the cause of the A letter from there says was rumored a few days that the Republicans were about to memorialize Governor asking permission to erect another It is also said that J. C. Underwood has ceased to claim to be a of and refused on Satin day hist to exercise his commission as a justice ol the His commission expired on He has closed his and declares he will have no more work done in Some of the republicans still anxious to raise the pole Something We invite attention to the following An Indian Ball ought to as it no doubt vi a largo We advise our friends of the Eastern portion of the to attend Ball MASS and will come off at Moron on the of Arrangements will be mado to accommodate all who and an invitation to bo present is ded to the lost of distinguished gentlemen will he present and address our people in behalf of tho Blue Ridge Railroad An abundance of provisions will burden tho and tho Barbecue will be done up in very good 'The Indian Ball Play will be conducted by dressed in and the intervals of the play will be enlivened by appropriate W. 1 K. D. I of the G. f S. I River It. J. L. j 1'ixi: have been blessed with eshing and the corn crop has greatly The weather has been extremely The present will long be known as hot P. in otic of his letters from out startling for the ler's is the sudden crossing of the principal by large vessels and apparently with no more interruption to the moving tide vehicles than would be made by the transverse passing of a rail The busiest quarter of the city is built around windings of a deep by means of a ingenious set of pivot bridges tho warehouses which are thus in the centre of the can bring in their ships to unlade cargoes at the bi being pai t broad thoroughfare one m next minute whirling around to let a large vessel go ana in another minute restored to its C 21 J 2 d1 o C I Gaston 2Ci 37 j 8 S. ill 2' Seaboard Jackson M's x 10 13, O u i i- 38 JS 3I-.DJ1 31 2U2 12 12 781 17413 34 23 130 13 21 11 32j 20 I 20i 29 140'lSil 200.130 3301120 1SU Ion ill 188 54 13 113 180118 130 590 majority over Pool 170; over Ransom over Barnes 138, and over sum 183; Peebles ever Barnes 120, and over sum 153; Warren's Smith 228. OFFICIAL VOTE OF roit Metropolitan for boarding Japanese is the items are bottles of Prospect Anderson's Williamson's Brown's Parish's Lynn Old Senate 221 100 134 01 137 51 113 40 47 248 50 13S 01 120 50 03 59 83 1023 fi 1 Oil 208 87 32 40 52i C4 102 lOb 51 77 43 34 105 82 23 18 00 3 3 7 4 24 those who prefer the national Democratic nominees to the secession to decide what duty and demands they should 1'ou had requite of Mr. JIa had a right to comply with your The and the public are open to all who vi ish to travel on them and will They i don't belong to the Tho public hotels I in Kaleigh have not been I'll chartered for the spc j j cial and solu comfort of the If have there are private and you can camp as your lathers did in the revolutionary if it becomes You expect to pay your bills out of your own if you do all and are entitled to these what have the oi the in this your attempt to and overawe Who constituted thorn a political to into and punish actions i I know you will scorn such and act in the present ci isis ol your like freemen who know their lights and aie determined to maintain them at all The Democratic save the demands to know what Dick calls together the and Johnson men of North 1 by tho they have to The same authority that gives the to ask the The same authority that secures to its doctors the meet and consult together for the public 01 for the election nf their favorites fur the for Congress or for in the estimation of the Mr. Dick and the other friends ol have a still They have received Me of the high ol the In his speech in Washington on tho Oth of July be de- clared that nor Douglas was the regular nominee of tho and could vote for whom here is Mr. Buchanan's permission tn tho to vote they think Is not this a sufficient for the should they any of those on their way to Raleigh on the 30th inst. i I would advise the friends of Judge I design attending that to procure atopy of Mr. Buchanan's in Washington i It uny keep the lash ol tho oil their And as it is understood that Mr. Douglas expects to be present on that and speak to his fi it may bo very important j to his personal safety to send him a copy of Mr. Buchanan's Would it not be humiliating in the extreme to have Judge Douglas without his and have him accosted by the Editors of the and their brother your 1 have none sir By authority are you hare then How you come to without the permission of Iho friends of Breckinridge and The Judge might reply tint bo came under the of the Stars and by authority of his right as an American what would this avail The hangmen of the would is no Mr. Dick had no to invite you and your friends You are all and shall be dealt with Take all such to the add thence to the this would indeed by an awful state of My good ye Douglas Johnson yo of the regular Democratic at retire to some place of don't come to tho fiat has gone forth If you ih have the audacity to the horrors of St. mew were a compared with what awaits the Douglas and Johnson men on that And dare you in tho face of the fact that the Democratic Press and the and the little squad of political dictators about have and that you have no to Call this If such infernal dictation as that to which the secessionists of the South arc en- to subject the Democratic parly is or submitted toe vo better of Hum Til BALLOT BY THE from and ST. Aug. overland with San dates to the 25th report the markets of that The telegraph line has been nearly completed to a point miles east of San The letters from St. nri at San Francisco on tho 24th Tho U S. Steamer Saranac arrived at San cisco on the 23th There have been continued disturbances on the western coast of Tho Governor of is collecting forces to the Tavui who threatening that to the Tho the American consul and the authorities of has been Mr. builder of the canal to tho lake near had bet n attacked by the workmen and nearly A German assistant of Mr. bull had been Later from Nnw Aug. fiom Yera brings despaches for Vera Cruz was The Spanish frigate Isabel arrived there on the 3d, and communicated with the Spanish was at The Liberals were concentrating their forces for an attack upon the They had seized the Bishop of in order to effect an exchange of The Miramon party were threatening to attack Vera Steamer Austin has arrived from Her news is Birth of a Princess af July the Prince Frederic has just been safely de- livered of a Her Royal Highness and royal infant are both doing This gives Queen Victoria two From August of Conrad is He is preparing for publication a letter urging a joint Bell and Douglas ticket in all the and the Electors thus chosen to vote tho candidate having the greatest The Great Aug. rush of visitors to-day to the Groat Eastern was At one time the vessel was completely thronged in its every part. Owing to the want of proper confusion On the approach of a people anxious to leave the ship would msh by hundreds down the single place of Ladies and many of them much angry though luckily no harm came to any The crowd has been greater than was ever THE PRESIDENT TO VISIT To-morrow President Buchanan with a portion of his Cabinet will pay a visit to the great Elections in other is elected to Congress for the short by forty over black elected to the next Congress by about majority over Dem. for gets majority in the St. Louis The Republicans elect a majority of the county elected supposed by The dates fiom Japan arc to Juno 2Qlh. A trade had sprung up between Japan and the French and British forces in nearly all the supplies being shipped including Native Hour was selling at 50 per Potatoes half cent per The Shanghai tea trade being suspended on count of the tho Japanese were supplying and the price of tea at Kanagawa has ad- i v I Four ships had cleared for England vvith cargoes of silks and other Japan which was to be had in astonishing has already tripled in population dor tho influence of tho commercial Tho commercial and and high classes and and the foreign while the masses arc more prejudiced than latter complain that tho foreign trade enhances tho pi ice of Rico and wheat arc not allowed to but no i is placed on Mexican half dollars are but the dollars are A town of to situated 200 milos from is reported to havo been swallowed by an Several shocks were felt at Several missionaries located in various parts of cms A. Shanghai dates to May have been Tiade All the native merchants have with their to in expectation that tho will attack tho The river is being strongly fortified against all Tho rebels have recently been very successful in their having taken and ing it in This position gives thorn the control of tho country in that and it is reported that they are advancing on The U. S. steamer Saginaw was at The U. S. Com. ar- rived at Shanghai on May 23th, with Minister Ward on Syracuse Aug. have been ed by the Convention empowering the State Convention to hold a conference which meets on the 15th inst. North Carolinian ATLANTIC N. Aug. 8.--Thos. Jefferson of was drowned to-day whilst The Eastern publishes an article signed by Mr. of which the following is a like answer by the most energetic adhesion to the noble initiative of the Em- Nobody will be astonished to learn that French troops will very soon be in der to carry assistance to the Christians in the and thus to support a cause which is common to all the interests of The peaceful and lawful existence of the tians in the East has been guaranteed by the ers who signed the treaties of The initiative which wo are taking but faithful of our Tho Sultan well understood this when he ed his letter to the is is to be feared that Turkey is incapable of arresting the massacre of the and it is impossible to allow the hazards of an uncertain The defection of tho Turkish troops is also Tho destinies of the inhabitants are placed under the double safeguard of tlic treaties and of the or of It is evidently in concert with the Powers and with the that France is about to act in The Eastern question has for long while been considered as one those which may most disturb tho The best means for preventing grave complications to by sincere course of action from tho those ties which want of energy and frankness might haps render There will bo a of the Democracy of at on Saturday the 18th to mine whom wo shall support for President and Vice All will please MANY CONVENTIONS assembling of tho two Conventions at will be initiatory proceedings in Ihe ical campaign in this Upon their action will in no small degree depend the result of tho tial Now York is the and upon Iho result in this State in fact we think depend the question whether we are lo have a Re- publican or sectional or a national administration of trie during the next four Doubtless the two Conventions to assemble to will be merged into arid thus form a single of the friends of Mr. ridge in this Wo their action will be such as to promote the success of the Brockinridge and Lane ticket in There is room for much differences of opinion respecting the proper course to but if moderate counsels and good judgment shall be in tho it is not too much to hope for such action us leave the way open for and enable tho coln men of tho State to co-operate on an Electoral We know that the sentiment of the State demands united and that the warmest midmost friends nf throughout the Union Hint here shall adopt welt course consistent an will deprive the erins of the Electoral tote of New Lot no the Conventions now about to assemble this reasonable just demand upon Iho patriotism and good sense of the men of New The cause in ichidi they are en only succeed carrying this State liy co all the opponents of Lc these two facts be borne in mind by every delegati to and let riot the doings of tho Conven tion to-morrow bo referred to as a bar to such united Different views will of course be tho proper policy of the Breckinridge men at Syracuse we hope not favor the plan of State and electoral tickets and absolute without offering any mode of witl tho Convention to assemble on the 13th inst. Thi is the extreme and moots a defiant respons fiom a class of tho Douglas just as and bitter as those on tho Brockinridge wh advocate this Another plan is to Convention to the 15th or a subsequent without final thus giving the other tion an opportunity to act upon such propositions as may be submitted for joint There are some who favor tho nomination of a full ticket for State officers and and the appointment of a Committee with power to withdraw a portion on the by tho other of a willingness to fill up the and a com- mon effort against And still others there who be willing to on trust the whole subject to a judicious as has been done by tho old Y. Journal of TIME E. A. GROCER AND TEA LIQUORS AND FINE HAVANA AND Ageut for W H ITT ED'S Celebrated CHEWING Call at E. A. get what you pny Cash for and if you can buy the same article where he will rotund pay you for lost and let you go with bis T O 33 TT t Procrastination is thief of I am receiving ny Stock of Goods which I selected in Philadelphia and New CANDLES AND I can sell at Manufactory and I defy TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cim easily be tasted as to their as E. A. KER keeps samples for his CROWN ENGLISH DOMESTIC N. Aug. 10, KAIL ROAD flOUR HUNDRED TON'S T WEIGHING Fifty-two Pounds 10 the in the Ship now on her way from Wales to City tor sale by JAMES Va. 1800. Collection of Sacred MELODIES AND CHORALS Set to SO different the by the adaptation of English K. Jr. 75 by 0. DITSON 277 Washington August 10, TO THE WE TAKE THIS METHOD OP RETURNING OUR thanks to tlic public for the patronage heretofore and hope to receive a liberal share m 1'nl as we are determined to spam no pains to merit it. We have our and Hacks to in Chapel we will be ready at all times to cai ry passengers to nuy Depot on the or any other place to which they may desire to as cheap as any in Our arc in and we have good Horses and lhat are to at any hour we may be We also have on hand to single JAMES C. CO. Chapel Aug. MUTUAL LIFE RANGE C. THIS COMPANY TAKES RISKS UPON lives between the of 14 and 60 fur one for seven for for profits of the between the ages of Ju and 00 are insured for one year or live years their market All losses paid wilbin IK i HO days after satisfactory proof is DIRECTORS FOR 1880 AND 1601. W. W. H. W. W. H. J. W. K. P. J. 0. H. P. F. R. II 0 F F R S E. W. W. Vice H. W. W. H. H. W. Med. C. B Q. Com. W. H. For further the public is referred to tho pamphlets and forms ol which may be obtained at the office of the Company or any of its R. H. Aug. 1880. NEW or Religion made pleasant In THE SCRIPTURE HISTORY OP OUR BLESSED LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS Arranged to illustrate his and By Sterling dm THE or Mrs. Linden's ings By H. OLD AND By the Rev. James D. Rector of Christ A CHURCH HISTORY OF THE FIRST THREE From the thirteenth to the three hundred and twenty-third year of the Christian By Slilo D. D. TWENTY-FIVE Adapted to Psalms and in the book of Common Edited by the Rev. Albeit A. M. FOR Compiled and set to priate music Bv the Rev. J. Freeman A OF SACKED an Eclectic compilation for the use of Families and which appended a special department con- appropriate music for Fast elc Edited by Charles Jerome Por sale by W. L. N. Aug. 10, 1300. J. erable whose name heads this can clearly sec iho end of his official the arc beginning to toll us of in whose delightful the sage will so suon be Wheatland is situated upon a knoll between the Mart ietta ami Columbia and a half mile from Lancaster The farm contains but twenty the lund is rich ns tho mansion spacious and and as pleasure located just exactly as ii should Mr. Buchanan bought 1he place as a pei iod when property had greatly depreciated in and small sum of five thousand but would not now take ton times that The furniture remains as it did before Mr. an entei ed the White and tho property is at- tended to by an old housekeeper and a Mr. Buchanan does not intend to sell as has been but will return thither after his presidential term has where he quietly enjoy his ten by office and free from the gar cries of it old Ex. Receipts per Atlantic and N. C. Fop ending 8, Aug. 1, 3. W. J. E. W. H. P. F. Aug. I. High Aug. 1. Aug. 1. Aug. I. Aug. Aug. 3. Aug. 8. Hluck Aug. S. Aug. S. Pine Aug. 3. Aug. 3. I Aug. Henry Perry Co. C. M. E. S. W. T. S. W. F. Col. J. J. Bai Jones Barnes Miss V. S. 18UO. IN Our hotel registers the past few weeks show a list of names if more than usual at this and onr chants who have been stoking southern are shipping a large quantity of goods to the larger markets The steamer Joseph tailed Friday with a Crowded A full Electoral ticket for Douglas and Johnson has been formed in W. H. Polk and M. Waterson have been chosen Electors for the State at a hundred years Dr. Lind suggested to Captain Kennedy that thirst might be quenched at by dipping the clothing into salt water and on without the on being cast had an opportunity of making the With great difficulty he succeeded in persuading a part of the men to follow his and they all while the men who and drank salt became delirious and Tn addition to putting on the while night and they may me wetted while two or three times during the Capt. K. goes on to say these operations we uni- found that the violent drought went and the parched tongue was cured in a few minutes after bathing and washing our while we found ourselves as much refreshed as if we had received some actual The bare possibility of the truth of the statement makes it a humanity for any paper to give it a wide since there are not many readers in a hundred who may not go to seii and get Chronicle and A YOUNG WHEAT committee on farms of the State Agricultural Society of sin have made a careful from which they set down the wheat crop of Wisconsin for the year 1860 nt Millions of This will probably exceed the crop of any State in the In 1850, according to the the iest wheat-growing State was whose crop amounted to The crop of Wisconsin in that year was For a comparatively young the crop estimated for the present year is IN SPA PERI A. WARDER Both of lato firm of A. WARDER CO. IS 1848, MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Cups and Straw Baltimore opposite Hanover WOULD RESPECTFULLY ASK THE ATTENTION of to their large and well assorted embracing every and color of and Hoy's Hats and Selected expressly for by Ihe case or All orders will receive prompt and September 1, H. COMMISSION ST. GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO consign men Is of and other country either for or My nnd being located for reception of produce either by enables me to make tuv to H. A. Bank of Cape W. H Capo November 11, WISIL TO SELL ENGINE with a. Locomotive Boiler Any oue to o or a portable mid to examine mine before as sell a Address me nt C. t' v R. July 10,
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