North Carolina Newspapers

    Wcous in Winter.
r.v II. 'V. I.ONfi FELLOW.
TVIion winter winds are piercing chill,
Ami thro;iirIi the hawthorn blows the gale,
AVitli Koleinn feet 1 tread the hill,
That overblows the lonely vule.
O'er the hare inland, nod av, ;,y
Tliron-li the long- reach of desert woods,
The embracing' sunbeams chastely pHy,
And gladden these dec-) solitudes.
Where, twisted round lite barren oak,
The summer vine in beauty clung,
And suiiiiacr winds the stillness broke,
The crystal icicle is hung.
"Where, from their frozen urns mute springs
Pour out the ri( rs gradual tide,
Shrilly the skater's iron rings,
And voices till the woodland s'de.
Alas ! how charged, from tin- fair scene,
"When birds sang out their mellow lay,
And winds were :solt and wooes were green,
And the soui;- cca.-ed not v. ith the day.
lint still wild music
i'ale, desert wooi
;'d i road.
w-'tiTrn your
is!
crowd,
A n.l
itiM-rimr wood
ii hoarse accoiu
Aiaid the voca
leocis l-- Joud
"hill air
I I:i - g
hear it
and
WUKiS
:r with
my
your
ear
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1 :
in
the
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1 listen, a
nd it cheers nie loi
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N. C.
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J. J!)IINS;N.
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Tic siib.-crib'
niving (jiiulilied
the February
Term !' IShnlen 'oun'.v
'.villi the Will annexed,
hereby ii'w es not a e to ;
b-ce;ised. to m;ike imm
sons liaving claims ags
them within tv o ye;:rs
ai!tli"!itie.'l"d : otliel-.s i
Couri. IS51,
.!mn
trator.
of Juices .1. .MrKey. di ceased,
11 luTMHU indebted to the said
diaie p. a yen nt ; and to all per
i:ist said deceased, to jne-ciit
from the date hereof, legally
this notic" under the act of
Assembly,
pleaded ii
111 s
I ii r
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liruv i'.leii
will Le
ci ov i rv.
.!AM:iS .ROBE
is! rat i .r with i he V
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lib lt-: 1
-OX,
ill annexed.
b--eased.
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i-.i -aid de
Bomb
iv oi
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; in
March next. :
!.-!. I shall
.t the late residence
HIRE OUT. until
. lb 1S55. all the
corna r;
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annexed.
, dec"d.
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appr h n--ion and confinement
lays, so tint i get Iii of a w
w ho was runaw ay w hen I pt:r-
Will be .
i.l any .lad.
gro ni.ia !::
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N. .'. Said
complect- li.
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is prol -a ; .! y In
and hair
in-
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Ihis
and
will
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was raisi
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i i diiierent parts oi'i
reward of ti " v do: hi
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W. P. MALLETT.
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date .McNeill's Bridge, over
5rH T . a:: l the subscriber will
at (1
HE'.'TOR
SU tf
McNEILL.
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;;X AND PLASTEI
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by
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will be
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Civ . McNEILL.
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The C..!
. i.-h to be.
1 of Mar-
e 1'
evainine those who
e '.H-iiarv. 1 -i . yd . : nd
on ;!S;
Kl)V
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V." !
i .EE WIN-LOW.
VAS.'F'EN.
ER A. 1 1 13KE.
Feb-r
II V
'.niz r?.'rc
ign and
-V,
Dom
Wl:
if iff.
da
C:i;
'i's t:i i-u
die
H GOODS,
.SVos. -;,;
"-MADE CLOTlilNG.
si:-; - ;. Fa v;:-'T,;y,i.i
ion j-.iiil to orders.
.lias.
a Hi
HEAD
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PEAIICE.
T. II. PEMiiEUTON.
n .wts :n;u Net
Twine, for sab.
n". 11. CARVER.
Ja;,',
1 lfh
Feb'
Xi'H' Ci
or iiualit
lie f reeei
PETE!
and for sale by
JOHNSON. "
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t
ML
CEL
J AT ED LIVE'i PILLS,
v York, August 3!). 1-S-V2.
viitg made trial of Dr. Mc-
Ni
We. th
lersitrued
b-
I .an- .s Celebr;
they are tic b-
eu t.-y.-r i'd!
t ni 'ibcin foi
in 11st ack
ick lieadai-
a.wledge- that
ie. dvso. i)-ia.
aao 1: v.-r conmlabit
..! - 1
that we
ive e
m in
e t .'o
("r ued. " We take
the public and are
ibled with any of
."'a-iin: in r,
)'lllil-'lidi;i"' t
c-i.i i I :at tnat it'
tao-e who ar
in-' abave
v.'Ill n .t h
'aipiaiai; will ive
tab: to aek.iMwie.l-.
Mi;s :
MUS :
' valuable remedy.
inige. can now ii
tneiii a
air ti-ie-He:
ial. tbev
i'l.'if
.1
.ets.
1 ILL. Ea
n'i-i'-.'iiX'
a! -o Dr.
t 'l rov.
Wot Troy.
Mel.aa.'V e de
u:r Stores iien-
Th
brat-.
d "
".ili y.
Fi r s
at
none hat
- J. TUi
Dr. M"L:
ale. Fa;.
Liv
, ille
r Pills."
A X S .
s. just ree
pe:
i
d Oai
Ivod and for sine oy
ER 1'. JOHNSON".
V 1. 1:
Foil HIRE.
Boy until 1-t January 1S3.",
Apoly at thi.-; oliiee.
A like
i 1.. :"i
v Ne-
ears.
T it V si i- k t-rs XOT1C K .
! pn's-jns luiving ela'nis against Faro,i;li:ml Catnp-
a io d'-s; run s t. , ;i ; l.,.m-idye.s of the orovlsiiiiis
1 Deed of Trust executed by him to the undersigned,
here'Ov ...it lii-.il 1,. iii.. 1 1... i.-i: tienlai-.-' id th.-ir r !:iinw
ar
with h:
") W;thiu siv.- .1 j-.-j t.i-ren fter. fir ihev will !.
CAebl'li-d
JAMES I
HC)f;GES.
r ayettev; ii,;. F0I,. is:, 1S.1.
P. S. ( daiiiiuni n,a v lde tied
I oruey , Warjen. Wiiisiloy.
si-t
ciasms with niv At-
STEAM ESCJISKS,
Faj ct tcvillc Manufacture.
We are now prepared with all the necessary machin
ry for manufacturing STEAM ENGINES, from live-
to sixty horse: power, which we can furnish on as favor-
nde term: as any Northern establishment.
Persons iu want of Engines for Mills, Boats. Ac. will
perceive the advantage of having them made r.earhonie.
Jr.-.-,- An Engine of our own Manufacture can be seen
in operation at the Foundry.
HAL. Li & BOLLINGER.
Dec. 10. 153. 7itf
5KV GOODS.
I have received and opened the largest stock of Dry
Goods. Groceries, Ac, I have ever offered for pale, all
oi which I Will sell as low as house in this nhiee
My irieuds and customers, and all in want of roods. are
ctliillv invited to call
and examine for themselves.
PETER P. JOHNSON".
Sept IT. 18:5
a si j: s
K V I. E
I 7iow receiving a very large and gener;
of DiJY GOODS, among which are
al assortment
lob') pieces new style Calicos,
() iii) Mnsiui DeLams.
175 do French and English Merinos,
2."() do Alpaccas.
1'lald. brocade and other Silks.
Merino and crape plaid and plain Shawls, assorted.
Hats, Caps and Bonnets.
Silk and cotton Handkerchiefs,
Bobi net Lace and Edging,
Boots and Shoe.
Bolting Cloths, No. 1 to 10.
With many oilier Good, all of which have been pnr-ths-'id
for ca-h by the packarc, and will be offered at
wholesale or retail as low as possible. Those wishing
to piirolia-c iroods. will ulease ciijl and ermine.
Sept 17,
?; o t i t; i:.
Prs. MALLETT & McSWAIN having left their
j i.iioks ami papers with . .Jcij. .McKav. w no is tally
-i!l;iri.ed to receipt for the same, al! th'dr customers
living west of the Cape Fear River, who may be in
irrour.- either by note or account, will confer a favor
v calling o:i him and settling the same.
W. J". MAT-LETT.
II. A. McSWAIN.
wilie.
Sept. 3, 1853. tf
r..
V.'. IdSI.AiV it CO.
Are now leeei
, i:ig truiii .;'v i ork their ! alt and
Winter stock of GROCERIES,
Cu i -i-ting in part of Colt'ee, brown and loaf Sugar, iron
and tiaiU. powder and shot, lead, tea, candles, soap,
segars. eepperas, ginger, spice, pepper, butter & nod a
crackers, snuiV, adamantine candles, nutmegs, a good
lot 1 ! oi low-ware, brooms, water lmekets. matches, bail
buckets, a good b t of CROCKERY & HARDWARE;
thread, buttons, suspenders, purses, pencils, blacking,
combs, g a caps letter and w riting paper, together with
a good lot ofkidii s" ami gentlemen's fine ami common
Roots & Shoes, boy's do. They solicit their customers
and tic public to call and examine their Goods, as they
intend to soli low for cash, or exchange for country
produce. R. W. K INLAW & CO.,
Toot Havniomit. south side Hay street.
Fayetteville, Sept. it, 1853. tf
XiJIiilJ CAROl.lJiA CASSIJIEKES.
MR TAMES (r. COOK has on hand a full stock of
Rock island Cassimei s. man u fad a red bv Carson, Vonns?
. i'ht, at lueir
Mill iu
Mccklenb-urg County. N. C.,
"Ve consumer!'. a;:u mercnai
nnfaeturers recommend thi
Is can be snppiieil. 1 he
ir fabrics as being eoual
in durability, and as !e
manent in color, as miv sroods
of similar character manufactured or sold in the L". S.
They invite the most fall and thorough tests of them,
and e.ly ak to be patronized in proportion to their
merits.
Oct. 22, lR-3. Ci-if
K.tlil DIIESSTKO AM) SIlAVIXti SAl-OOX.
J. G. SMITH respectfully informs the citizens of
Fayetteville. and the surrounding country, (hat ho lias
moved his Barbering E-'tablishmenl to the Hotel Build
ing. His room may now be fouud opposite the new
Fayetteville Bank, where "no is prepared to Shave and
Trim 0:1 accommodating terms. He very respectfully
returns thanks to his old customers and the public gen
erally for their liberal paironaue. and hopes that his
custom will be GREATLY INCREASED, as he ha;--beei',
to considerable expe.1-0 in fitting up his Shop
for the com fort of his customers, lie would invite the
attention of the citizens to his READING ROOM, in
rear of i;!s Shaving Establishment, where' they will find
all the leading Political Papers of the day.
All kinds of Perfumeries and Hair Oils, Shaving
Soap. Hair and Shaving Brushes, and a variety of other
article's in his line, for sale.
?:." He also keeps a irood supply of choice smoking
Ciirars.
Faveilevilie, N. C Oct. 29. Is5:b fio-Csn
VVKU'S ("UKKUV Pi'CTORAIi
For the Cure of Congfis. Cv.'i', Hoarseness
liien-
fhids, n
ftoo) in 'r-C '( . o-; , C 'ro l'p .
Isthma. and C'on-
sumption
Of all the numerous medicines ex
tant, (and some or them valuable)
for the cure of pulmonary complaints,
nofhliig has ever been found -which
-tfio'GSBar could compare in its effects with th
"-Sir Prcpa
lion. Diners cure some-
is times, but at all times and in all dis-
iJ cases of the lungs and throat wj;r-re
m. Kc;::e ca
to lake. and
recti,. us. V
i gtve rel.ef. this wnl do it. It is pleasant
perfectly safe in accordance with the di
1 t
tto not advertise for the information of
tho-''
:.. . '
ho liave tried it but those who have not. l'ami
it have know n its value will not be w ithout it.
and by its timely use. they are secure from the danger
ous coiisefjT-.ee.ces of Coughs and Colds which neglected,
ripen into fatal consumption.
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute was
awarded to this preparation by the Board of Judges in
September 1817; also, the Medals of the three great In
stitutes of Art. in this country; also the Diploma of the
Ohio Instituie at Cir.cinnat i, has been given to the
Cherry Pectoral, by their Government in consideration
o f i t s t t r a o r 1 i n :; r
excellence and usefulnc
",g and Throat.
1 in curing
affect ions of
Mi.
Li
Read the fe
perience of th
owing opinion founded on the long ex
eminent Physician of the Port and City of
Dr. J. C. Aver, ST. JONES, May, ft. 1S51.
Five years trial of your Cherry Pectoral in my prac
tice, has proven what 1 foresaw fiem its composition,
must be true, that it eradicates and cures the colds and
to
Will
.1.
W;
in
section, are peculiar!;.
I think its equal has not yet been
know how a better remedy can b
discovered, nor do
j made for the dis-
d' i s of the Throat and Luivs.
J. J. BURTON,
M. P.. F. R. S.
See what if has done on a wasted constitution, not
only in the following cases, but a thousand mere :
Sunm Hv, Jan. 24th, BSol.
Dr. Aver : I.l the mouth of July last I was attacked
by a violent .liarrhcoa in the mines of California. I re
turned to San Franei: Co
in hope of receiving benefit
from a c hange of climate and diet.
Mi
u i luea ceas-
ed, but was followed by a severe cough and much
'-e.rc-.iess. 1 finally s-tartcd for borne, but received no
benefit from the voyage. My cough continued to grow
worse, and when. 1 arrived in New York, 1 was ut once
marked by my acquaintances as a victim of consump
tion. I must conft ss that I saw no sufficient reason to
doubt what my friends all believed. At ibis time I
commenced taking your truly invaluable medicine
with little expectation of deriving any benefit from its
use. You would not receive these lines did I not re
gard it my duty to state to the ailbcted, through you,
that mv health", in the space of eight months, is fully
restored. 1 attribute it to the use of your Cherry Pec
toral. Yours truly.
WILLIAM W. SMITH.
Washington. Pa., April 12, 1818.
Dear Sir : Feeling thai I have been spared from a
premature grave, through your ir.sf 1 innentality by the
p: ovldenee'of G..d, 1 will take the liberty to express to
you mv gratitude.
A Cough and the alarming symptoms of Consumption
bad reduced me too low to leave me anvthiuir like
hope, v. heft" my physician brought me a 1 ottle of your
'-Pectoral." It seemed to afford immediate reliefand
now- in a few w eeks Fine has restored me to sound health.
If it will do for others what it has done for me. you are
certainly oiu' of the benefactors of mankind.
Very respectfully yours.
JOHN J. CLARKE, Rector of St. Peter's Church.
"With such assurance
ml from such men. 1.0 stmno-.-.T-
proof can be adduced uulcss it be from its etlcct uwn
trial.
1'repared and Sold by James C.
Chemist. Lowell. Muss.
Ayer, I'ractical
For sale in FayettevUle. bv S. J. Hinsdale
Jan'y 1, 1854. 7(-Sm
Zl. 11TJTSON, IIocse Paint
Fayetteville, N. C.
December 17. 1 S.3.
II. T. HOLMES,
Attornky at Law, Wilmington. X. C.
Office 0:1 the corner of Front and Princess streets under
the Jwiiraal Office.
THE NORTH CAROLINIAN,
A. II. AVUitileM, -
CAUniAGE-MAKEK, FAYETTEVILLE, W C
Would respectfully inform the public that he is still at
his old stand carrying on the above busiuess in all Rs
branches. He returns thanks for the liberal patronage
he has recived, and hopes by a strict attention, to l'YRl"
ness, and a desire to please all and give general satisfac
tion, to merit a continuance of the same.
He warrants all his work to be made of the best mate
rial and by experienced workmen. He flatters himself
that his work will compete with any made iu the State
for style, elegance and durability; and should any ot it
fail in Yl months (with fair usage) either in w orkmanship
or material, he will repair it free of charge '' '
Persons wishiug to buy, would do well to call and ex
amine his work, as he is determined to sell low . for cash
or on short time.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
35""llepa!ri.'ig neatly executed at short notice and
lowest possible prices.
Eayttteville, Oct. 1st, 1853. t
FAYETTEVILLE
XVTUAL I S S C U A S C E COMPANY-
This Company is now organized and prepared to re
ceive applications for Insurance, on as favorable terms
as other Companies.
DIRECTORS: '
Hkxkt Lilly,
ii. l. mvkovek,
Thos. S. Eutteui.ou,
Joiix H. Cook,
D. A. Rat,
A. A. McKethax,
Geo. MuNeii.l,
James Kyi.e,
Nathan A. Stedmax.
A vox E. IIai.im
J. (Jr. Shepherd,; .
TVm. Wakdks, '
S. T. Hawley, ;
John 1). Williams,
Chas. Bexbow,
Wm. McLaukix, i
WM. MclXTVKE,
OFFICERS.
GEORGE McNEILL, President.:
H. L. MY ROVER, Vice Prcsid
J. G. SHEPHERD, Attorney.
C. A. McMILEAN, Secretary. .
Geokuk McNeill, 1
John H. Cook, -Executive Committee.
James Ktle, j
The plan of Mutual Insurance must commend itself
to our community, tor it can be demonstrated that we
have saved within the last six years upwards of $30,000
by insurance in the North Carolina Mutual Company;
that is, we must have paid to have kept the game insur
ance in the foreign joint stock companies that sum more
than we have actually paid: and vet the North Carolina
Mutual Company has received between $5,000 and S6,
000 more than it has paid out for losses here, showing
that wo are favorably situated, as compared with other
places in the State, tor Insurance.
Our Company has gone into operation favorably, hav
ing the day we organized applications to the amount of
SI Iti.OOO, and the Company is uow placed ou a sure
footing.
Any Director, authorized Agent, or Secretary, may
receive Applications, lint they will not bo binding until
approved by the Executive Committee or Board.
lif-WM. L. McGARY, Esq., is appointed General
Agent by the Company. We invite applications.
GEO. McNEILL, President.
c. a. McMillan, scc'y.
Feb. 20, 1853. tf
LIIMBERTON" HOTEL,.
The subscribers inform the public that they have pur
chased the Hotel lately occupied by C. P. Higley, and
that they are now prepared to entertain all who may
favor them with their custom, and pledge themselves to
use every effort to give satisfaction. They are now
building large and dry Staines and shelters. Their
table will always le supplied with the best the market
affords, and with attentive servants in the house and
for the stables. Their undivided attention will be giv
en to the establishment, and thereby hope to merit a
liberal share of public patronage.
J. W. REGAN.
J. H. CALDWELL.
Lnmbcrton, March 21, 1S5.1. ly
WsKlci's Patent livc Proof Salamander Safes-
We are agents for the sale of the above Safes, and of
fer them at Manufacturer's prices, adding freight. We
intend keeping a supply always on hand of various
sizes and prices. These Safes are considered among the
best in the United Slates. We have received part of
one dozen, at prices from $50 to $175.
D. & W. McLAURIN.
April 10. 1S53 3S-tf
WE have just received a fresh supply of Tea, from
the Pekin Tea Company, of ail qualities, which we
warrant to give satisfaction, or no charge. .
d. & wr ..ii.Vt'J"Kr
McLaiirin & Strange will payr-thc luo-h-est
cash price for Turpentine until further uc,;.. 0
04:1. -. AO-J.J. i0"ll f
5S-tf
fc '
-tice.
The subscriber has removed to Shaw's ncv
building
on Gillespie street, up stairs, where he
iere he sVu carHes
m all it.f branches.
1 most of b, n
on the TAILORING BUSINESS
Having had practical experience in
t.e cities, lie feels assured that he can piea;
fastidious.
ln. - . , v
iie most
n , 1 .... . ...tTi t t . ,i , -i. i .
xi uim i., v. c lAauivu "U uea.uess a:j(1 ,losp.ltcll.
B. -.ION fvfin wr
.prii ic-.).. xi
4 1 . . 10-. .
1
XEYV BAKERY.
tt. c.-l. :i i. ... .. .j. . -1 1 I--.
j ne v-iuusci !"ei iias esiainisneii a i.aKej t,
Street, on the Lot two doors East of Duncfu jfcf;ij-s
Cabinet Shop. He is prepared to frnu Families,
Boats, aad the puol.c generally, with 1 Biead liixnt
ami Cakes of various kinds, ot the best qa,.,i;i,. .
1 i.l v .1 i lMUtilIV. as nc
has procured the services of one of the beBf i" v,.,. ;
.i,.. l-i !..: m1 uaivcis in
ii:c oiiac. x net's reasonable. ijie me as n
T 1 ir- .0 v . ,
K 1 A -vt," a
lilllllli i V 1. liN),)
The Steamer FANNY LUTT
11LOII will
in the future leave Fayetteville onMond
iys anu 1 nurs-
1 m
day mornings, at ( o'clock, and Wilmin
ton Tuesdays
and Fridays at 1 2 o'clock and run regul
rly, carrying
freight and passengers with desiiatch.
T. S. LUT
rERLOH.
Oct 1, is,-,:;. tf
KEW STOCK OP PALL &. WIST
ER OOODS.
The subscriber is now receiving a lai
tre and well
selected stock of Goods, comprising a g
ncral assort-
ment ot
Dry Goods. Beadt-maiie Ci.otiitni;,
Boots and
uTi.KKY, Sad
Suoi:s, Hats and Cai's. J .uimvAUii and CI
lU.KltV, Gkoi'eisies, &c, &c
Which wul be sold low for cash, or exch
pentine and country iroduce.
nged for tur-
1 Fe returns his warmest thanks to his d
d friends and
customers for the liberal patronage heretA
to him, and hopes to merit a continuance o
fore extended
tne same.
NATIL
N KING.
Kingsbury, Oct. 1, 1S53,
FOR SA1..E.
Tnc snliscrioer oners for sale IM)0 acrel
of land on
the waters of Barbacue, on which there is al
Ibout 00,000
turpentine boxes 1 year old. Also 250 acl
tes, known
as the round top tract, on which there is 1;
P.000 Toxes.
The above land is near two distilleries, and
fGn aud near
the ! . cc . i i.iiiK Koau. Any - person .
wishing to
purchase will do well to make an early appl
ication.
A. J. CA
ERON.
Johnsonviile, Nov. 2G, 1S53.
L-tf
W. It. CARVER,
Renleriu TJi-j' Goods, Groceries and Irl
liiiru uoor trom A. L. corner Market Sonar
next to
v-- o ..iu ..nuic uicl'ii oireet 1
Fa yktte v 1 iAjK , N. C. J
Tto All kiiuis ot produce taken in. exl
change for
LOOllS.
Feb. 10. 1S.-.3. v
CHARbKS BANK.
COXPECTIOXE.n,
FAYETTEVILLE, X
September IS, 1852.
FALL, TRADE,' 1853.
I have received my Fall Stock of DRY
GOODS,
u.vucr.iui'..-, iVC.
-aiv stock is large and well worth the attr
chasers. Any Ki nd of produce taken in exc
COTTON. BAGGING.
tion of pur-
hange.
I have a plentiful snuplv of Gunny and
ton Bagging, Bale Rope and Bagging- Twir
pundee Cot-
your or aers anu tney suall be supplied.
le. &enu in
JAMES G
Oct 3. 18.53. tf
COOK.
C'OPAllTXEKSHIP HOTICE,
The undersigned have formed a copart
the purpose of merchandizing and the distil
?rship for
pentine, in Sampson county, under the na
lling of tur-
o ouries & Adams, lhey solicit a share
ie and style
patronage. WM. B. S
of the public
RIGHT AS
WJRLES,
Mingo, Jan y 25, 1S51 7S-4t-pI
ADAMS.
GARDEN SEED,
Warranted fresh and genuine, and of th
It-oJ, just received and for sale by
growth of
J. y Si
)rrn,
ck Square.
Jan. 23, 1?51 78-Jt
jTarkrf
FAYETTE VILL E.N.C
S. S. AREV
Has oa hand a beautiful assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods.
He desires to return thanks to his friends and the pub
lic for the liberal patronage which they have bestowed
on him; and solicits a-continuance of the same. His
friends and the public are requested to give him a call,
at the stand formerly occupied by S. J. Hinsdale, south
west corner Market Square and Gillespie street.
Oct. 15, 1853.
DEXTISTItV.
D. W. C. BEXBOW", Local Dentist,
May be found at his Rooms near the Market, where he
will be pleased to receive calls and wait on those in
need ot his professional services.
He will perform, Avitn care, all operations upon the
teeth. Those in need ot Artilicial leetu are solicited
to call and examine specimens of his own manufacture.
Dr. Benbow begs leave to call the attention of parents
to the importance of cleanliness and early treatment of
their children's teeth.
" Fair science, thus with timely care combined.
Becomes the faithful friend of human kind."'
Fayetteville, Oct. 22, 1853 02-tf
FALL AND VI.TEIt GOODS.
TVe are receiving the largest stock of Goods we ever
offered in this market, consisting in great varieties of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Saddlery and Leather.
Hardware and Cutlery.
"Wood and Iron Hollow Ware.
Bagging and Rope.
Cotton and Hemp Rope, 4 to lj inches.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Coopers' Tools.
Nail Iron and Steel.
Ready-Made Clothing. -
Staple Dry Goods, And " "
Groceries.
All these goods we want to exchange for Produce,
Cash, or to responsible men on time.
Oct. 1, 1S53. J. T. WAD DILL, Hay Street.
$ Country Merchants will please call and examine
our stock. J. t- T. W.
SI 5 REWAliltj
We will give one hundred dollars for the apprehen
sion and confinement of HANNIBAL, a slave (formerly
the property of Mr AVm. G. Matthews.) in any jail so
that we can set him. or one hundred and fifty dollars if
delivered to us at Halifax Court Hon. Virsrinia.
POINDEXTER & EDMONS(X.
By Wm. M. Callais. Agt.
July 23. 1853. 52-tf
C. II A Ii Ii,
Of Home,
Successor of Hall, Sackett & Co.
Has now on hand a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Saddlery, Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Hardware, Groceries.
A much larcer and more general stock than ever
ooened on the East side of the Cane Fear which he is
prepared and determined to sell to punctual customers,
either at wholesale or retail, at greatly reduced prices.
Z&S" He would call particular attention to his stock
of BOOTS AN D SHOES. The assortment is unusually
Iarsre. and of every mialitv and style: aud having been
bousrht for Cash, he can and will sell them very low.
You that wish Bargains will find it to your interest
to cdve the Stock an examination before buying else-
E - - -
where.
Alwavs on hand, a general stock of GROCERIES.
October 1, 1853.
C II A I II S .
The subscriber offers for sale some 15 or 20 dozen
Chairs of various patterns, manufactured in this place
of well-seasoned wood, the best the country affords; and
if enabled by suff.cient patronge, will continue to manu
facture chairs of such material and workmanship as will
insure their durability. Also, a general assortment of
northern Chairs at the lowest prices.
A liberal price will lie given in cadi or barter for a
few thousand feet of well-seasoned poplar Lumber, li
to 2 inches thick, 14 inches and upwards wide, clear of
splits, Ac. Also split hickory and white oak wanted.
DUNCAN McNEILL.
" Fayetteville, June 25, 1S53. tf
B;)OS.BI.l)ERY.
R. W. HARDIE carries on the Book-binding business
in the second story of Clark fc Woodward's Clothing
Emrtorium. where he will receive and execute BIND-
1NG in anv style desired.
October 1, ls"3.
Notice.
The undersigned wish to inform the citizens of Fay
etteville that they have formed a copartnership, and
are now prepared to do all kinds of Prick WorK. nite
washing. and Plastering. Papering and coloring done
in the neatest stvle. Thev keep constantly on hand an
excellent article of w hite lime for white-wasning. 1 er
gons wishing such work done will call on either of them
or inquire of J. W. Powers. F. M. JAUl-.S.
Nov 12, 1S53.
fun
Contractors & Builders.
Tlic Brl'.lsli Quarterlies &. UlAcI-twoosI
T.T'.ONARD SCOTT .t CO.. New York
continue to
lie-publish the following British Periodicals, viz.
LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conservative.)
THE EDINBl KGil IthVlt.W (ntg.)
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.)
THE WESTMINISTER REVIEW (Liberal.
BLACK WOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory.)
The present critical state of European affairs will
render these publications unusually interesting during
the year 1K54. They will occupy a middle ground be
tween the hastily written news-items, crude specula
tions, and nvingV.imors of the daily Journal, and the
ponderous Tome of the tutu re historian, written alter
the living interest and excitement of the great political
events of the time shall have passed aw ay. It is to
these Periodicals that readers must look tor lue only
really intelligible and reliable history of current events,
and as such, "in addition to their well-established lit
erary, scientific, and theological character, we urge
them upon the consideration of the reading public.
Vri iiiiirements are in progress for the receipt of early
sheets from the British Publishers, by which we shall
be able to place all our Reprints in the hands of sub-wriU-rs.
about as soon as they can be furnished with
the foreitru conies. Although" this will involve a very
larifc outlay on our oart, we shall continue to furnishh
the Periodicals at the same low rates as heretofore viz:
Per aim.
For anv one of the four Reviews
S3 Oi)
5 on
7 00
8 00
3 00
i) 00
10 00
T'or any two of the four Reviews
For any three of the four Reviews
For all four of the Reviews
F'or Blackwood's Magazine
F'or Blackwood and three Reviews
For Blackwood and the four Reviews
Pav.ncnts to be made in all cases in advance.
.Money
current in the State where issued w ill be received at par
CLUBBING. .A discount of twenty-five per cent
from the alove prices w ill be allowed to Clubs orderm
four or more copies 01 any oue or more 01 tnc aeove
works. Thus : Four copies ot Blackwood, or oi one
Review, -will be sent to one addres. t-or :; lour coicw
of the four Reviews and Blackwood for $30; and so on
POSTAGE. In all the principal Cities and '1 ow ns.
these works will be delivered, through Agents, FREE
OF POSTAGE. When sent bv mail, the Postage to
anv part of the United States w ill be but Twenty-four
Cents a year for -Blackwood' and but Twelve Cents
a year for each of the Reviews.
"Remittances and communications should always lie
addressed, post-paid, to the Publishers.
LEONARD SCOTT CO.
54 Gold Street, New York
Tobacco.
The subscrilKT continues to receive and sell, on man
ufacturers account, all grades of manufactured Tobacco.
.. . . r "Y
June o. lNiz.
J. UTLEY.
Kielt Williams' 11 ye WUiifccy,
At wholesale and retail.
Dec 17, 1853 Mc DONALD A McMASTER.
Shafts Wanted.
The subscribers want to nurchase anv onantitv of
the above named art'tces; those having the same for
sae wi do we toca on ns at the Store No. 7. Green
Street, North of the Market, after the first of January.
R. W. HENRY.
Dec. 17, 1853. 72-tf J. HENRY.
Lime 400 Casts, fresh from the kiln,
Calcined Plaster Paris,
Cement "and Plastering Hair,
A few casks extra white Lime, for putty or white
washing, for sale by
J. TV. POWERS CO.
Octoler 1, 1S53 tf
THE SUBSCRIBERS will receive proposals for
100, -
000 lbs. of Cotton iiatting or Wadding. Also, for
3.000,000 (three millions) of Reeds from 3 to 3i feet
Ion", and also, 10,000 (ten thousand) pounds of good
clean Corn Shucks, in stated quantities. For further
particulars inquire of R. TV. HENRY.
j. HENiir.
Tbc largest Carriage Factory In tli Soulha
A. A. 3Iclvcllian
Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he
has built up large substantial Brick Buddings at his
Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage lie has received
for the last 1 years, he hopes by strict attention to
busiuess, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. His work will compare
favorably with any made in the United States, for neat
ness and durability.
He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES, BAROl'CH ES, UOCKAWAVS,
AND BUGGIES, ever offered in this place, and a very
large stock of work nearly iiuished. which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time !o punctual custom
ers. He has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and in course of con
struction. JiAll work made by him is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail bv bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge.
Persons wishing to bu' would do well to call and
examine for themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at tliort notice and on verv rea
sonable terms.
Fayetteville, Oct 1, 1S53.
AT TIIE
McDOXALD
HEO SIUX.
vt McMASTGR
ind complete stock of Gro
Have just received a full
ceries, Provisions. &c. to which ihev invite the atten
tion of the citizens and surrounding country. They
wilLsell low for cash, or on time to punctual customers.
ri'Iiy purchased their goods for cash, and this will en
able them to sell low. lhey have facilities that many
houses have not : they have agents established in Balti
more and New York, who always advise them of any
change in articles in their Hue, and who purchase o.iiy
when bargains are to be had. We keep always t;l li;l;id
a splendid assotment of foreign and domestic liquors;
loaf, crushed and brown sugars ; Rio. Java and Laguira
coffee; green. Hyson and black teas; New Orleans
and Cuba molasses; table A: sack salt; bacon, lard, mess
pork, mess beef, smoked beef, dryed venison; No 1.2
and 3 mackerel; butter, cheese, flour, meal. corn. ats.
tobacco, candles, copperas, saleratus, indigo, madder,
spice, pepper, ginger nutmeg, cinamon. epsom salts,
hardware, cutlery, crockery, and glassware; and a
variety of other goods.
They take this method of thanking the community
and their country friends for the very liberal patronage
bestowed on them; and intend, by selling goods low. to
increase their former trade always keeping in view
that a nimble sixpence is worth a slow shiilinc.
Yellow Building, between the Market. House and the
Bank of the State, Gillespie Street. Fayetteville, N. C.
October 1, 185:5. tf
AVfio wosiia have thought. It Z
A XEW CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT
Ox Military Gkekv. opposite tth: Mktuodist Ciukcii,
FltOXTIVU OX Ml'MI-'OKO STKKKT.
Gke.vt Extkupkise. Fayktte villi-: mist sh:x:.
The subscribers would respectfully inform their
friends and the public, that they have entered into co
partnership for the purpose of conducting the general
CARRIAGE BUSINESS in all its various parts. And
being both practical workmen, fully understanding
their business, they have no hesitation to compare work
with any establishment -in Fayetteville as to style and
durability.
One of the firm may be known by reference to A. IE
Whitfield's iron work for the l ist two vears.
We warrant all work to five s-eneral
tis'aetion tor
twelve months.
Repairing done in the neatest manner low f. r
PIER A- BBAN1N.
James IT. Pn-n. Jamks Bua
Fayctteviile, Feb. 12, 18.-.3. v
vax r:TTf:Y3Li.i: iioti-:!..
JOHN HARM AX respectfully informs his
1 iiHr TIMPTirls; !H1( I T tl, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I C T : : t 1 1 l W TV 7 n -1 .. I 1 vnni
iUEJity. the Hotel at the foot of Haymount to the larg
er ami more commodious Hotel in the centre of the
Town, recently occupied by Mrs Brown, and well know n
as the Fayetteville Hotel, wherein! will be happy to
accommodate Travelers and Boarders. No exertions of
himself and family will be spared to render those com
fortable who mav favor him with their company.
Fayetteville, X. C, June 11, 1853. 4tf "
Kivrry Staljlc,
The undersigned continue to carry on the Livery
Business at this place. They have lately largely in
creased their stock, and can now offer to the public as
good Horses, Carriges and Drivers as can be found in
the southern country.
Thankful for the large patronage heretofore extend
ed to us, we solicit a continuation -of public favor. We
promise a satisfactory trip to all who may w ish to travel.
Stables at tiie est end oi .Muni torn street, where one
of the proprietors may always be found, or at the Store
first door east ot Mr T. S. Dutterioh s.
J. W. POWERS & CO.
Fayetteville, Oct 1, 15?,. y
TO TjUSIBEll XSI) TlItrESTDE MAKEUP.
The subscribers offer for side i 04 4 acres of L A N D
well calculated f r the lutnb -r and turpentine business.
The Land is situated on the Fayetteville and Raleigh
Ma'.ik Road, about eight miles from Favetfoville, two
miles from Cape Fear River, and three miles from a
Landing below tnc lowest Dam. There is on it at the
junction of two constant streams a Saw Mill on the
improved Ilofcnkiss plan: also, a dwelling house, kit
chen, barn, stables, Ae. To thos.- desirous of enibark-
ng in the above business it would be a desirable situa
tion. Inquire fit Jonn Ii. McNeill on the premises, or
Duncan McNeill. Fayetteville.
P. & J. II. McNEILL.
Dec 3, 1S53 70-tf
VALUABLE PLAKTATIOS FOli. SALIC.
The subscriVer wishing to change his business, offers
for sale his plantation in Robeson, 12 miles from Lnm
bcrton, on the Ilarlleesville Road, stiuated on Aaron's
Swamp, containing 700 acres, of which about 100 are
under cultivation. The situation is healthy and the
water eoual to any in the county. The dwellinir and
ill necessary out-houses are in trot repair. The oest
recommendation w hich the fertility of the place can re
ceive is to be found in the crop of Corn and Cotton .now
growing on the Plantation, which, all who desre to pur
chase are invited to examine. There is within half a
mile of the house a bold flu-di Spring. Kdieved to contain
valuable mineral properties. Ther is also within a
half a mile of the dwcllina: house a large new Ac-i-iemv,
in which a classical school is constantly kept. Terms
is v.
JOHN A. ROWLAND.
September 3, 18.53. 58-tf
VllKIGHTIXG ON THE CAPE FEAK,
The sul"crilers having purchased the Steamers EV
E KG RE EN and SOUTHERNER and Tow Boafs, lately
the property of the Henrietta Steamboat Company, are
now prepared to forward with despatch, between Wil
mington and Fayetteville, all freights or goods ctiiruc-t-ed
to them.
" F. X. & J. IT. ROBERTS. "
I'ayettcville, Feb'y 19, 1853. tf
HALL nOLLIAGKK,
FAY ETTE VI LLE FO UNDRY.
Castintrs of every description made to order.
A lot of Rabbet Metal for sale.
W1NSLOW STREET.
Oct 1. 18o3. tf
DWARF PEAKS, &c.
A choice lot now ready for delivery. Other F'ruit
Trees expected soon.
This is a good month for planting trees of all kinds,
Evergreens, Roses. Shrubs, Strawberries, Ac. Orders
will receive prompt attention.
C. LUTTERLOII.
Feb. 4. 1854. 79-3t
Xotice !
Having purchased the stock of Material on band at
the Shop formerly owned by Mr. T-I. Fuller, and having
engaged the scrv ices of Mr. J. C. Rally, whose work
wives suen general and entire satisfaction. 1 am now
nrenareu to execute an oruers tor 1 inor-r agons. Koau
1 . . . T -11-1 11 f. .
Wagons, caris, in ny , iict-iouri ov. s, ac,
I have on hand and will constantly keep a good sup-
plvof Iron Axles, Chains, Bolts, ami iu short, every
thing that the Wagon-maker can need.
Tim'er Wago;ts. with the improved Iron Axles, made
to order at the shortest notice.
T have t'n gool and competent Wfirkmen at thc-
bnsiness. and will give it my whole and undivided at
tention.
Mv prices shall nu moderate as tne times will ad
;t "nnd I will challenge any Wagon-maker in the Uni
;igi.i-ui;iiver if: me ;
ilea in point of -tvle
ipS. C. FULLER.
f."-tf
i I VT
ted States to equal my .wk, either in jioint of tyb' or
,ir.,i.n;tr. I 1
"'""""' i l !
Oct. 29, l8o.1. I I
B aiMTjBffen nd i ol es,
On all the l5iiiftFayet,teville, just printed
in n. suncriorA.tvlP, fic sale at tlte
i , 1 , - m J -
Carolixiax Office.
the: road to iiualtii.
nOLLOVVAY'S PILLS.
CX'KE OF A DJSOKIKKFl LIVKK AXI) HAD IUGKSTtOX.
Copy of a letter from Mr R. W. Kirkus, ChemUt, 7
Prescot St., Liverpool, dated th June, ltiol.
To Professor Holloway :
Sir: Your Pills and Ointment have stood the highest
on our sales of Proprietary Medicines, for some years.
A customer, to whom 1 can refer for any enquiries, de
sires me to let you know the circumstances other case
She had been troubled for years with a disordered liver
and bad digestion. On the last occasion, however, the
virulence of the attack was so alarming, and the iulla
mation set in s:o severely, that doubts were entertained
of her being able to bear up under it; fortunately
induced to try your Pills, and she informs me
that alter the first, and each succeeding dose she had
great relief. She continued to take them, and although
she used only three boxes, she is now iu the enjoyment
of perfect health. 1 could have sent you many more
cases, but the above, from the sk.veuity ok the attack,
and the speedy cure. I think, tpeaks much in favor of
your astonishing Pills.
(Signed) R. W. KIRKUS.
ax extraordinary ccre of khel matic fever, in tax
pieman's land.
Copy of a letter inserted in the H chart Town Courier o
the 1st March, 1S51, by Major J. Waleh.
- Margaret McConnigan. I'J years of age, residing at
New Town, had been suffering from a violent Rheuma
tic Fever for upwards of two months, which had entirely
deprived her of the use of her limbs. During this period
she was under the care of the most eminent medical
men in llobart Town, and by them her case was consider
ed hopeless. A friend prevailed upon tier to try Hollo
wav's celebrated Pills, which she consented to do. and in
an "incredibly short space of time they effected a per
fect cure.
Ct UK OF A TAIN ANDTKiilTXESS IN THE CHEST AND STOMACH
j j . 41 A PURSOX 84 YKARK of aue.
From Messrs. Thev A Son. Proprietor of the Lynn Ad
vertiser, who cau vouch for the following statement.
Aug. 2d. ISol.
To Professor IToiXowAV ;
Sir I desire (o bear testimony to the good ctTecls of
I lollowav's Pills. For some years I suffered from a ouin
tic-lit I
in the
oniaeh. which was also accom
panied by a shortness l breath, that prevented me from
walking about. I am M years of age, and notwithstand
ing my advanced state of life, these Pills have so re
lieved ni", that I arn desirous that others should be made
acquainted with their virtues. I am now rendered by
th"ir means comparatively active and can take exercise
without inconvenience or pain, which I could not do
before.
Signed) HENRY COK. North st.. Lynn Norfolk.
THESE OEI.EPr.ATED FILLS ARE WONDEKFCLLY KFFICACIOCH
IN TUE FOLLOWING COMPLAINTS :
Ague, Female Irre- Retention ofUrine,
Asthma, gularities,
Billion-' Complaints. Fevers of all
Blotches on the Skin. kinds.
Bowel Complaints, Fits. Gout,
Colics, Headache,
Constipation of the Indigestion,
Bowels. lnfiamation,
Scrofula or King's
Evil.
Sore Throat,
Stone and Gravel,
Secondary Symp
toms, Tie Doulorcux,
Tumors)
Consumption, Jaundice,
Debility,
Liver Complaint Ulcers,
Lumbaeo, Venereal affec-
Dropsy,
Dysentery, I'drs. tions,
Erysipelas, Rheumatism, Worms of all kinds,
Weakness from whatever cause, Ac. tc.
Sold at the establishment of Professor Holloway. 244
Strand, (near Temple Bar.) London, and by all res
pectable Drutfri-t-' and dealers in medicines throughout
the British Umpire, and by those of the United States;,
in pot-; and boxes, at 3 "cuts, and S7 cents, and $1 50
each, wholesale, by th" principle Drug houses in the
! '-.lion, and t.v Messrs. A. B. A D. Sands, New York;
1!
4 Maiden Lai:o. New 1 ork.
Th
".es.
is a cousicL ra'd
',ving bv taking
Ihe larror
N.
B. Dir-efions fo
be guidance of paMetits in every
disord .-r are at inched t" each bv.
S. H. y. J. A. EVANS, Wholesale Agents Wil
miiigton. For sale by S. J. HINSDALE, rayett.-vllle.
Oclot-er 1, 1S53. t m pd."
Fn'sh Supply
of DRtcii, ?rEntrirTKS, paists, nr.??, axd
HVK STUPIDS.
A e are now receiving (in addition to
our stock which, we opened in April last)
a hirge and well selected slock of Drugs,
Medicines. Paints. Oils. Dye Stuff. Eng
lish and German Crucibles, J'aul DeVera
'A CVb Vegetable Extracts for culinary
purposes; Yeast Powders, Delmonico's
and other brands; Lyon's Katlmrion ;
Iiiii v's Trieophorous: Aver's Chcrrv Pec
toral; Witheral A Bro s White Lead.
Also. DcGiiinoii's celebrated 11011-cjpIo-
ivc Lamp, Burning Fluid and Pine Oil.
Buyers would do w ell to give us a call before making
their purchases, as we will sell at a rmall advance on
cost. Particular attention given to pnek'iu'.
FOFL ICES A- MACRAE,
Corner of Donaldson and Ilav streets, next door weht
Oct. 1, D:f3. tf of II A E J Lillv.
CAIIKIACK JIAMPAt'TOKV.
The subscriber continues to carry on the manufacture of
BUGGI MS, SI LK I ES, " CA BR! AG ES,
AND VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
at J.uiilcfov, TV. C,
In a superior style aud of the bos-t materials.
All work done at the establishment is warranted for
12 month. Repairing promptly attended to and neat
ly executed.
Also, ploughs and all other farming implements
made to order ami kept constantly 011 hand.
Horse-sh'ie'iug done in the bct manner. Thankful
for the liberal patronage of an enlightened public, he
hopes to deserve and receive a continuance of the i-ame.
JOHN W.. RODGERS.
Lnmbcrton, Jan'y 28, 1K54 tf '
1. & W. ?fJc!aiirin
Are receiving a large t-tock of
Groceries, Hardware, Boots nnd Shoes,
which are olfered as low as they can be bought in the
market, at wholesale or retail.
October 13, lt53.
KUKIMATISM CAN BE ClUKD,
now o.'l'er for sale that Celebrated remedy,
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Whicl
TKii."s RlII'.l'MATIC CoMI'Ol'M) A Li.oon Pi kii ikh,
has gained such great Popularity wherever in-
tvodiiccd. as tne only .-p.-ciiiC known for the efiectiuil
cure of this painful disease. This remedy has already
cured thousands of cases, comprising every heeimiig
form id' this complaint, from the inflammatory (acute)
form, attended w ith swellings and enlargement of the
joints, to old chronic cases of from ten to twenty and
thirty years' standing. Those who had for years resort
ed to the various celebrated sj. rings, had tried all the
liniments and external applications, and Itcou under
treatment of some of the ablest physicians loth in this
country and Europe, and were pronounced incurable;
still, after all these efforts had failed, this compound ha
cured tut. , Many who have lieeii cripples, either hob
bling upon crutches or confined to their beds for years,
certify to a complete and permanent cure by the use of
this remedy.
We have not space, in a newspaper advertsirmeut, to
insert but a small portion of the accumulated evidence
in its: Itehalf. This evidence comes from Fources w hich
must inspire confidence in every mind. The conductor
cf high-toned public journal- have published to the world
its wonderful and beneficial effects upon tlicmselves and
those around them, and in souma wotances speak of hun
dreds of cures. Physfcians have resorted to it, and cer
tify that, even in extreme cases, w here consultations hud
lceu held, and they had decided that there were no hopes
of recovery, even then, they procured this medicine and
administered it. and it effected a complete cure. Minis
ters ot various denominations Lave w ritten and published
what it has done for themselves and their friends; while
merchants, officers, mechanics, and private citizens, have
furii'idied volumes o! evuh-nee ol the highest character,
such as accompanies no other pr partition in America.
We most respectfully ask Ihosn who are r.fliicted to
send to the agent in their vicinity anil get a Circular, and
rend the 1. tter- and certificates of Rev, Jas Mdche, l;..v
ft
N. O. B'-rryman, J. M. Kelly, Rev R. A. 1 olbum, and
other clergymen: while we add the names of Jlon J,
Smith. latoPrcsidont of the Bank of the State of Mis
souri: Geo. ). Atherton. ofTiccr in the Bank in St. Loui;
Messrs Jas. II. Eddy. S. Downing. A. Holland, C. W.
Stone, J. W. Christy. Joseph Southack, with other pro
minent merchants of St. Louis, as also vast numbers of
other citizens.
This is home evidence, and these are living witnesses,
where this great remedy was first introduced, and where
many thousands have ltf-cn cured during the last two
years. The propietors have now opened their Great
Central Office at No. 1 Barclay street. (Astor House) in
the city of New York, w here all orders for this medi
cine will be promptly attended to.
This is a vegetable spirit au internal remedy, pre
pared and recommended for this one disease alcue. This
it will cure.
Price, $5 per sinele liottle. or three bottles for $10.
TV. V. ALEXANDER, Proprietors,
No. 1. Barclay st, New York city.
Sold bv J. NT. SMITH. Fayetteville.
March 12r " lyJfc4t
Fayetteville, Nov. 1L 1S53. CS-tf.
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