o -r- --- ,
T ib .ifjf! u(af T.jwiptr vvius written by
tr.e iaV- J'i'i-C . ri'')vrt lliviuoml Reed, of
Georgia, afterward' Governor' of Floruhi. It
has never appeared iu print before, and tlie
lady for whom it was pwuued now a resident
of our city has kindly consented to give it to
the public thro' oar columns, it is one of
those choice yet unobtrusive gems, struck out
from rich mine of thought, that has only to
see the lijjht to have its bean ties appreciated.
Montgomery Ala.) Journal.
Metliouiit that in a sacred wood,
I slumbered n a bank of flowers,
Soothed by a streamlet's wandering flood.
That gurgled thro' the .whispering bowers;
And dreams did visit me so bright,-
An Elysium could only beget them;
They brought me sttcli intense delight,
I never, never cast forget them.
It seemed that thou wert present there,
Thine eye with living lustre beaming;- .
The star of morning decked thy hair,
And all around thy radiance streaming,
Imparted to thy lip thy cheek
The brightness of immortal glory;
0! we can ne'er such visious seek,
But iu some old romantic story!
And near thee hung a lyre of gold,
Beneath a bow of shadowing roses
Roses like those that love enfold,
When from his tods the god reposes;
Ami when thy lingers louciied the strings,
Thev yielded numbers ncli and swelling.
As when some spirit sweetly sings
At evening, from her viewless dwelling.
Yet changeful was that music's strain,
It told of liope, of youth and gladness;
Of pleasures wreath, of true love's chain,
And then of blighted joys and sadness.
At last an answering voice there came, :
From a bright cloud that theli descended,
And while it spake a quivering flame : j
Was with the ttV-tcy whiteness blended.
I may not tell the words so kind,
By tn.it s.i.aj plaintive voice liieu spoken;
For the dark night-storm's rudest wind
Came o'er ray Vlre.nn, and it was broken.
Bat lady, tranquil be thy hours,
And s.no.jiii the path of life before thee,
For surely, from celestial b wers,
oonie happy spirit watches over thee!
a.; - f" -- .
d upon, as
S Pill. NO . SUP?L.
D It!" J A M E S F.. .FOU L KE S,
of Hay and Donald-on streets, opposite the
Would respectfully call the attention
of his friends aud customers to his com
plete stock of
oils, plirrs, aid die-stiffs,
whinh he is now receiving, ami will offer at prices as
low as they can be bought at in this market
iect is to sell medicines that can be depeudo
he uuys none uia lac gmmiuc
Constantly on baud
Brandies and Wines, (for
Congress W ater,
East India Castor Oil.
March 15, 183C.
VaHitble ""Land for 'Sale.
Tha subscriber offers for pale his entire lands, incln
oim.it ,A,rht hiimlpfd acri'S. lviasr fifteen miles
U... ......... v. - - - - - , - ,.
.,i,.,.-oi.'i.voi!oi;illi.Mil tiw miles from tbe nioutn or
lower little river. The land is level and healthy anil
! .veil adapted to farming; there is about one hundred
, tad fifty acres cleared and under a fine state of culti
i ration. I will sell it all together or in small tracks to
suit purchasers. For farther partictlars apply io me
Riibscri'er ontne premises.
, v FOR SALE. .i
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.; .
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, N03. 5 to 10. ;
;-v " " ' ALSO, '
Belt, Picker, Holler aud Lace LEATHERS. ' ';
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings. '
Winter strained, Sperm. Lard and Linsacd Oils-
ShuitUe's Isingglass, French Glue, Emory, Roller
m.iU t ji L- ...- -.
., Viom suu uisa ssfceps.
July 2G, 1856.
J. 11. 11 ALL.
Pres. B. C. M. Co.
7-if . ,
freighting on cafe jpar f
At a meeting of the Boat owners interested in aavi.
gating the Cape Fear River between Fayetteville aud
Wilmington, f ; " ' ''A J?J- ;
On motion, I). McLanrin was called to tbe Chair,
and 11. M. Qrrell was appointed Secretary.
Oa motion of James F. Marsh. ; - - : i ' ;
Resolved, That from and after the 1st day oTian
narv. !8.(. Cash will be required upon the delivery
of a freights at Wilniingtou aod Fayetteville 1 re
On motion of J. D. Williams.
Resolved. That each of the Steamboat Companies
on the Cane Fear River, from and after the 1st of
January. 18aG will carry Guano from Wilmington to
Favetteville at 10 cents per bag; Lime at 25 cents
per cak, and ground Plaster at HO cents per cask,
and that a UEDCCTIOS OF r E K mX ST.
from the printed and estaousneu raies on an otber
articles will be made from and . after that date, all
Cartage and Drayage being paid by the shippers. -
On motion of James Banks. i ; ;
Resolved. That the foregoing be published in tfce
Town papers. -" l
R. M. Orrelu, Sec"y
Deo. 21. 185C. . 78-tf
terras as a ly worK none ;iseiicrc
.. He now has O i na i'i. uaisu.
AGE3,BAROUUIihi.s. livj.v.. -v . o.
mror !K.r.l n this oittce. a. in j
an-i) trs Piiknome.va. Tiie elasticity
f ! iss ex.-ceds thai of almost all other bodies.
If r wo glass balls are made to strike each other
at a i veu force, the recoil, by virtue of their
i l isii. ity, will be nearly equal to their original
; upetiis.. Coiiii !cted Willi its brittfeuess tire
s-juivi very sin-jmiar facts. 'fake a hollow
..pnerc, with a hole, and stop a hole with the j
fi..er, so as to prevent t he exteual and inter
nal air fro n communicating, add the sphere will
ily to pieces by the mere heat of the hand. Vess
els made of glass that have been sudileuly cool
ed, possess the curious property of being able
to resist hard blows given to them from with
out, but will be instantly shivered by a small
particle of flint dropped into their cavities. This
property seems to depend upon the compara
tive-thickness of the bottom, the t lin ker the
bottom is the more certainly of breakage by this
experiment. Some of these vessels, it is stated,
have resisted the stoke of a millet given with
sufficient force to drive a nail into wood, and
heavy bodies, such as musket bills, pieces of
iron, bits of woo 1, j isper, stoue.&c, have been
cast into them from a heigh of tvo or three feet
without auv eCf;et. vet a frajrmjut of flint, not
larger than a pea, dropped from tin
height lias made them fly.
;r() 3 ATOES( , i
be Vreorved in Arthur s cans :or winior
in the ime state a Jfstowpii. iresu irom ine ou.
BFRRIE-5 and PIB FRUITS of all kinds may be
nrewrvi'd so as to make fresh Fruit Pies in Winter.
For sale by W. N. TILLISGIIAST.
1 quart. Cans, S3 per Dozen.
2 " 3 1 '"
3 a 4 Hi '
Every Can warranted to seal. "
We have received, through the hands of a friend, as
a pre-eut. a ran of tom-itoes. which he tells us was
prepared lat summer according to the plan recom
mended by Dr. Arthur. The Can is one of his patent,
and. having opened it without difficulty by pursuing
his instructions, we found this delightful vegetable
possessing all the rich flavor which behiags to it when
first taken from its vines. It is the first of Arthur's
patent Cans for preserving fruit and vegetables that
we have seen. Nothing can be . more simple; and.
ju.b'ing from the specimen of its efficiency in accom
plishing all that it promises, we do not hesitate to re
commend the invention to housekeepers. .Yationa
Intelligencer of Friday. l)t'i Suae. li?.V.
Everv variety of summer fruit was put up in these
cans in'our family lat season and we now have straw
berries, rapbr,:rirx. plum, cherries, blaf'-brrrien,
prarhv, tomatoes; Sec. as fresh as when sealed up.
Thee are, indeed, luxuries and may be secured by
every one at a small cost. 'lrthvr's Home .Magazine.
We have in our familv a variety of fruit preserved
in these cans, which we u-ed through the winter with
o-rent satisfaction, and which our visiting friends pro
nounce as fresh as if they had just been
Julv 12. O-tf
A ttorntj' t law. " .ffjV ,
Haviii" removed to PITTSbORO, N. C, will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Harnett
April 14. 18ot;. tf ; J - :V
Respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he
has built up large absitantial Brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, "expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
Thaakful&r the yery liberal patronage he has received,
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to
basinesa, with a desire to give satistact a on, io mem
continuance or ths same, tie wrr,i -
made of the best material and by exp.-rieuced workmen
Kmhi.1v nf tht business. His work will compare
III Cuv il UI llvu VI "v - .... , c A
favorably .with any made in the United states, for neat
ness and durability. ... r . t,t 15
He is determined td sett ana an a oi ...
on as good
. e i, n,...iir iiiniKhPil. which will be sola
i.rnQt. short t!m?to onicintii cir-u-m
rir0 n band rao! than ONE HUNDRED
ivn FtPTV V.liiclps finished and iu course of eon-
a it ...-i- lwhhi is warranted 12 months
with fair nsage. and should it fail by bad workmaiisnip
or material will be repaired free of charge.
, ivamo u kI.i.i., to b v would do well to Ccill ami
" ........ p, j .
cxamire fo tnenl selves.
Orrlors thankfully rrceived and promptly attended to
Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea
Favetteville. Oct 1. 1856.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
' - For CASH or on S!ort Time,
- 250. Csi-rim?res. B; rucli s,
HOCKAWAYS & BUGGIES of every description.
Many of which are finished, and the balance being
finished daily; among which are many new and
hmnnti ful tvles 'and one verv fine Carriage. Some
LeObem very light, and all inade in the bet maner
rinrl nf the best Jrtatef Tals. tv facil:ties for dosns:
Oarriaire work are &rcatr than anV eitAl'snnent
PALL & WINTER STOCK.
I HAVE just received in full mv VAT.T. rl WIV-
TER Stock of Silk. Stamp, and Fai-v lirv ftiuwla.
embracing quiie a variety of styles,, qualities, Ac.. Ac.
nn-muiu an sijim L.aiie&' vress tio.xls aud Trim
mings, to wit: striped Plaid and Robed Silks, plaid,
striped, aud printed ail wool -Detains, all r colors; ssol
i.l. ail wool do French MerinOs. all shades and col
ora, printed aud pld. low priced Al pachas and Delaias.
Also, a hauilsoiue assortment of Cloaks and Talmas,
and extra heavy Bay State Shawls. ; Embrd. Collars,
idack Lace do., Swiss and Jac. Flduncings; do ed'nni"
and insertings. Kid. and twisted SilkvGIvesaaU
Gauntlets. Hats, Caps, and Bonnet; Bleached, Bru.
Sheetings and Shfrtiugs, together; with a good assort
meat of ronnd, Staple and Domestic GOODS, ltead
Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Ac. &c.
Buyers generally are respectfully invited "to givt
mv stock a look, as I shall sell on short profits.
Nov. 1st 1 8r6. 1 ? ? . j 22-tf
SADDLE AND HARNESS
WOULD Respectfully inform the public
FA Yi: TTE VtLLE , ;5. J
MUTUAL ISSURA5CE COJlPAST
An. Almtrnct of the Second
of the President and Directors : ;I ' ,
Policies issued past year 524. whole number issued 1233
covering property amounting
Polit ies cancelled and expired
to ' $2,128,353
Amount now insured
Amount of Premium Notes " 16.333 38
' " exuired& cancelled 12fi,474 03
" now ou hand
Increase during the last year
Premium notes averaeinsr 14 89-100 per cent, on
the amount insured, tiie actual cost of Insurance dur
ing tiie year averaging less than per cent.
south and I can afford and am .determined to sell work
of the best quality as low as it can be built for by
t hose wno are muenteu to
me will please pay
ttr as mv business requires my out-stand insc debts to be
lbr..ted. A. A. McK ETHAN.
25, 1856. tf
rytl,r:.-: - NOTICE. ..
' All persons indebted to tha firm of W. F.
fr.r. a if ven nested to comi forward and
nrraV: i. j their noiiartuershio ceased o
j . . . i . ...... . - - - - 4-- -
March 1856. W. F. . E. F. MOORE
June 9 1856. 2-tf.
i the 1st of
Cash on hand last report $772 89
for Premiums renewed 6,103 28
" for Policies, Surveys & transfers 3:17 50
- for llcnt 70 00
All nersons indebted to C. C. BARBEE t CO
note or account, are requested to pay wit.hi
rrww.tl. llls"ll !?oolsin til i lutun! tur cash or
nroduef. Hi sliest cash prices paid for Turpentine
C. C. BAR'BEE. C. S. BARoLli.
Barclavsville, Aug. 23. 1856. 3 1 2-tf
Hiahest Marke price paid for Cotton.
J. II. HALL. Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 26, -tf
WILMINGTON, N. C.
January 1. 1856. ly-pd
Cash pnid C. II. Sneed. fire loss S850 00
Lot balance Office building 1,450 00
" ' Salaries 1,550 00
" " State Tax 100 00
" ' Contingent expenses 3?5 62
' Premiums returned 20 65
A NrcE Place to IJoxiiD at. A lad' who
has just opened a boardinjrdioiise in Philadel
phia, has adopted the followinj: rules; The
gentlemen must not put their feet on tiie man
tle in winter, nor out of tiie window iu sum
mer, and the lady must not write iier name on
the glass witli a quartz pin. If she uses an
air-tight, siienust regul ite the damper herself
and not ring every ten minutes for the cham
bermaid. The single gentleman must not play
the trombone, nor make love to tiie servants,
nor comb his whiskers at tiie table. If he does
he won't answer. The lady must not turn up
her mse at everything o:i the table, unless she
has a natural pug, and no ie of t!io party must
drink or talk with u mouthful of victuals, ncr
mnst they fight for the top buckwheat cuke.
Cash loaned out on Bond and
Security, (ou demand.)
Cash in Bank aud in hands of
DRY GOODS AT
WE are now receiving a very large STOCK
hM!.inir irirv tliiiif in the Drv Goods line
... ....... j n
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe?., Silk and Si raw
Bonnets, Umbrellas, aud Heady
Made Clothing, &c.
VhTch they will sell CHKAP tor Casa or nppr.ve
VaIps, mi onlv We invite
chants visiting this market to examine our stock.
J. B. STARR. . -I- -M- WlbLIA.MS
Ail". 30. 1856. 913-tf
NEW FALL AND WINTER
MOORE & BROTHER are now receiving
FALL. STOCK' OF FA.VCY GOOD?.
i'mhrne.inu- everv article usu-.liy kept in
Goods Line, with a lnrsje lot
r.t.l iTItfVa. Tints. Cans. Boots au
Missee' Shoes and Gaitors.
ino-. to which tliey invite tbe
and board to be paid weekly in
1 Shoes. Ladies" and
AIo. a few p-eces Carpet
attention of I heir custom
ers ail'l tiie pilOllC IU can ixmi c.v.vunuu iji..v.i j..,n,i....-
J. J. MOORE. W. F. MOORE.
Sept. 27. l-ti
'ash on interest and in Bank, Ac.
Real Estate, paying 13 per cent.
Premium Notes on iiand
Amount Capital to meet any losses
In conclusion, the President and Directors congratu
late tin; members and the public ou the very fortunate
and successful operations of the Company the past
year. We have met with no loss since 7th March,
1854, (Sueed's.) unless it be the case of Stmnjrlaus
& Einston at Kinston. whose Store was blown up a
very extraordinary case, it is still Under investigation.
Tin. iiiMiitm & F"i xtn i t of tdle
PiYETTEVILLE HOriit HOR- SALE,
The Subscriber havinff fully determined to sell th
above named property, now oiler it to any enterprising
man upon liberal terms. : ...
This Hotel enjovs a large custom from the adjoinm
counties, and from the travelling public, with a pros
pect of future increase. What it h is done and is now
doing, can be seen by any one wishing to purchase, by
mforrinir tn on i- hooks. The situation of the Build-
;n ii ciifh will eommaud the irreater oart of the
custom coming to, anil passing through this place.
Fnr tha amount of caoital invested, there is no bus
ness that a person could engage iu that would pay as
' J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
Sept. 11, 1856. 15-tf.
ROBBRT DTGTlEii V,
(LATE GREEN & WEAR.)
WATCH-MAKERS, JEWELLERS, $-c,
Favetteville, X. C.
Tl. D. Cr. bears to return his sincere thanks to the
public for tin kind patronage so liberally
upon the lat
MA It EH,
and all the
-! 1 cii-to;n ?rs of Houston and Overby. that tie st i
,;o itiaaes to carry oa th Saddle and Harness making
ruiii.'ss in all it various branches, at the old Stand t
ilou-toa and Overby. where he will be happy 'o fur
. . .. . . , . i ., i 1 : l.r.
us-.i tajni kviui a.iy arneie wuica luey uiaj uucu " u
i. - - ,,
c-3 .strict attention paid to Kepairiasr.-
A ig. IS, 1S56
Just received, a few .. doz. genuine East
India CASTOR OIL. (for my reta.l.) Also, Citrat
of Magnesia and Congress Water.
J. F. FOULK.ES
April 2. 1856. !.,, .
.f. G. I'Oii,
STAPLE AND FANCY ..DRY- GOODS.
a i rS, B )3fS. S-iOES, AS1)
Ready-A fade Clothing,
particular attention inuu, to Ijaoies uriss
. Goods aiid Trimmings., .
HAY STREET. FA VETTE V'lLLE, N. C,
November 3d. 1856. ' " tf .
The most popular Weekly hi America, wbicft
has tminediiUety upoii its issue, sprang into ail
?. Thi; ran'd i success is UNPRECEDENTED In the
111STORV of JOURNALISM, and can only be ac
counted Tor by the fact that the Proprietors have em
ployed, without regard to the expense, the
STAR WRITERS OF AMERICA.
TIIE NATION' is the ONLY Paper whicli contains
die WITTY. HUMOROUS ami SIDE-SPLITIING
SKETCHES ef that Comical Genius, and
k c;ai aits ork' 11; in. d.
Of which series, one sketch alone . is worth the whole
: yt ar. Sulcriptiun. "
'iiil'l A A i IO.V:
i IS EElTtC B "
-' -t - .AND " '
ixas. iv; x. saiis wcuru,
WHO IS WELL KNOWN AS ONE OF THE
MOST t -PCI. A It VIlITi:ii in amt-.iuca;
. Iu addition to the ahoyc We have engaged as Cou
i tr buiors ; "
Clara Moreton, Heurv W lli ibt-rt,
Aliee Carv, W." W. Fd.i k,
Mrs A. V. Law,. C. A. li-c,
Mrs K. F. Ellet, Be... Casse.lay, "
Park Benjamin, W. P. Braumub
. And Numerous Others.
T3 THE FA K SEX
We particularly, commend (iur sh"?t. Their drf art
niiat will he li'lited with the utmost care and no ex
pense or labor fp.ired to rend 'i- the column-; devoted
to their spec a! beneiit, -unusttaUy
n-i-IIniit, A3 rn irisirni-. i r (Ii-uaiett.l
- TUL 8 Al.D PLATilS ' C 5IM1JI
Will contain Pracdcal S igg siio i- rud Agriculti-ral
Hints, contributed and c siii: 1 fro i soarc tin most
rel.able. and containing iiifornmtio.i which wilt prove
t them in lha c.ire of a single y ar, n,' abuo.-l in
calcu'lai lo beitclit.
Tiie other d-p li t n at of our p ip r wil receive the
attention they Ki'Fpect:vely uemand. rnc's laing es
nee'idlv and carefully- prepared to meet the varied
Bedsteads! B 1 trails!!
Just received from the Manufacturer, Ira Ilersey, a
supply of , '
of various patterns, and made of good seasoned timber.
These Bedsteads are manufactured in this place, and
can be sold to dealers as low as they can be got from
taMesotlho several classes cn its
these we mav mention ' ! '
the North. Call aud examine..
April 9, 1S56.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
Aug U 8,
Store for Eent-
The Store on the corner ofGiliispie
and Franklin Streets near the Bank of the
State " apply to
BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO.,
And Cotton Factors, !
31 1-3 Pia Slieel, NEW "STOSIK.
D. W. BOWMAN,
SCCOND STOrK THIS FALL.
ois?:iiri ) rt :?
OflhTwaif lyrUeiilln rr Snle.
Agreeable to an Act of the Ueueral Assembly of the
State of North Carol ua, ratified Dec. 25, 1852, authoriz
ing the Town of Favetteville to issue her Bonds to
the amount of S100.000, in the aggregate, for the pur
pose of paying her subscription to the Western Rail
Therefore, it is ordered by the Commissioners of
Favetteville, that the Treasurer of the Town receive
sealed proposals, until the 1st of November next, for
the purchase of 550.000. in sums of S500 each of said
Bonds, or any part thereof. Bonds to run twenty
years, with Coupons attrhed. interest payable semi
a-mually. The said Bonds shall be under the seal oi
the Cornoratiou. and bindinar. on the faith of the same.
WM. WARDEN. Town Treasurer.
Oct. I, 1856. tf
POWKlt Jfc TUOY. Proprietors!.
Thr Proprietors of this Establishment an
noince to th-i public, that owing to the con
tantlv increasing patronage extended to
them, thiv have been induced to enlarge th
aeco n iii) Ut o i by tii-; a l liiioa of an extensive Dining
Raom oa the lvv r 1or. and s:iit- of Rooms o i the
seen id floor t'.r.i lablitic; t)tev- Wieommodate all
who may favor them with a call. An I they pled re
thj-n-el ve to a i.icrease 1 exertion to jive satisfaction
to th iir patrons.
Spuioin S tables att.ichad and careful Ostlers in
Th i eli;ibl lmatioi of tlv; R-t-ibli-hm"nt. with the
o 'E-iti io ; of th-; Proprietors i i providing for the
o i vt r their natro.is. thy hop will secure to them
a 1: r.i! sh r? of th ; travel."
Th.? .V-t-r-i a 1 1 -o ith tn stages arrive at and depart
i'r-.vn this House.
Oifri.v r m a itt i l.aca oa arrival and departure of
St-? i a '5 3 it-, for th i nsco irm latioa of passngers.
tlor-'M ail Oirrig-s furnished at any notice for
e v'ry't ar trr-U r to i ty partof the adjacent country,
j! Y. t ) VE IS. W. C. TROT.
Favetteville, May 12, 185(5. 98-tf.
ARK .VOW KilCKlVlXO TilKIli
Second Fall & Winter Stock of Goods,
To which th-r call th-i attention of .Merchants mak
ing tiieir pcrchasas in this market.
The following Directors were selected for next year:
Geo McNeill. II D Mvrover, Chas Benbow, Henry
Lilly, Jas Kyle. S W Tdlingliast, S T Hawley, T S
Lutierloh. Win McLaurin.N A Stedmnn. J (1 Shepherd.
S J Hinsdale, D A Ray, J 1) Williams, A A McKethan.
J II Cook. A E Hall, A W Steel, J G Cook, aud R F
Brown of Wilmington.
GEO. McNEILL. President.
II. L. MVROVER, Vice President.
C. A. McMILLAN, Secretary.
J. G. SHEPHERD, Attorney.
Executive Commilte for next Quarter:
Geo. McNeiH, S. W. Tilliughast. Wm. McLanrin.
May 24, 185G. '"""'
kind patronage so liberally bestowed
Firm, aud informs them he has bought
nterestof J. S. Wear, aud will continue the busi
.... , . .. .i i . .i i j.?...
l&Ji"s5i 33 ' lief!S in all its oranciies ai tuu oiu srauu. uuuci ma
eatire superin lemn iiti;. x."-
N. B. All Watches ielt Witt! him tor repair win u
taken apart in the presence ot tin; owners, anil tiie
necessary repairs pointed . out to them and a written
contract given for the same, which wors win oe war
ranted for two years.
On hand and for sale now. the most varied and
choice selection of CLOCK-5 and other time pieces that
has ever been olfered to tli rn c in North Carolina
which he will sell at New ork prices, and also war
rant tor two vears.
All debts due to and by the late firm will be paid
and received by It. D. GivbijN.
August 28. 1850. 1..-U
May 1, 1856.'
N. B. Particular
of Naval Stores.
W. H. SELLERS.
- . EDW'D. McPHERSON.
attention paid to : consignments
VV tier's Paic-.it Salamander Safe.
We keep constantly on hand an assortment of the
above Sales, warranted lire-proof j and desirous of ex
tending the demand for them, the m:ikers have been in
duced to deliver them here at Nef York prices.
D. & W. McLAURIN, Agents.
October 1, 1856. tf
W. P. Elliott,
FA Y TT E V I L L E, N. C.
jent for Lutterloh St Co.'n Steamboat Line
Will ttn 1 prointiy la .ill buibR eatruxtr J to his earn.
Oct. 21.1856. 2l-tf
AN -HNTIRB .NEW STOCK.
Th; suberibr respctfiilly informs the public that
ie has rec Jive 1 his STOJK OF GOODS, and would
ri'iisst those in want of
DitY GJDl) FAVCY GOODS,
BIOOS AXO SHOES,
ft A.TS, T n a J K S, II A R D VV A RE, &c. ,
To ';ve him a Cill, a hs caa sell his good as low as
ivoie, aal warraats thim to give satisfaction,
aay oae, u L. BRANDT.
Gillespie St., near the Market.
Oct 4. tS-. 18-2m.
iil.JOO U-. Tallow anteil,
For which the highest cash P-.
D. V . 0. BENBOW, D. D. S.,
Orailnotc oT tiie BjUimore College of
DENTAL SlitSERl. !
Office hours from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
. -'3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
DR. BENBOW may be found at his suit of Rooms
near the Market, where all who are iu need of the
services of a Dentist are respectfully invited to call.
All operations performed upon the latest and most
unproved plans. To those iu need of Artiiitial Tcs ti,
htt'would simplv say that he is behind in no improve
ment. He inserts from one to an entire set upon fine
Gold or Platina plate, which he guarantees to be
equally as serviceable as the natural organs.
ile spends nine months of each year in this place,
(from first of October to the first of July.)
Oct. -25, lS5fi. 21-tf
James G. Smith. Mii.ss Costin-
J)IBS C (fc CO.)
Have removed their ofiee to the second story of the
bail din r formerly occupied by the.Telegraph Company
where they are prepared to atteud to all business iu the
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmington, October 1, 185G y j
WH1 b3 given for the apprehension and committing to
jail (so that I may gr"t him) of my negro man.
EDWARD, who left on the mglit ot tne ms mst. l sup
pose him to bo 25 or .V years of age. lie is about o
feet 6 or 7 inches high, sp ire built and weighs about
135 lbs. black completion, sharp features, wears a
goatee, speaks piick when spoken to. and often with an
impediment, 'lie has a considerable scar on the back
of one of his wrists, wlrch . says was pro luced by a
cut with an axe. I think he also lias a small scar over
one of hi- eyebrows. He wore oa a new wool hat;
carried of two coats; one. a faded bUck or brown
frock, and the otaer a blue snort sacs coat oo'.a ot
satinet. K I ward was tor;n;riy owne.i wy ino.
Villiams E-i-, n ;.ir F ivettaville. N. C, is a cooper
and has worked at the turpentine business in the
neighborhood of Favetteville. and Rock ash Factory
for several ysars. Hj was raised, or once owned by a
Mr Tyson, of Moore or Chatham county, ai l had a
wife at Mr Tomlinson's of Chatham county, N.C He
will oroliably make hi3 way back to Favetteville or
Chatham. " A. W. BET HE A.
Little Rock. Marion Disft. S. C
Oct. 18, lS5fi. 20-2m
LIME AXO CEMEXT.
Just received and for sale
250 Casks Lime, fresh from the kiln,
100 Barrels Cement
50 Calcined Plaster,
30 Bushels Platering Hair.
75 Barrels Mackerel and Herring,
300 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
200 ." Alum Salt; 2 bushel Sacks.
, ,- J. W. POWERS.
Oct. 27 135 ' - 1
A. 31. Catupbcll,
VX-'CTIOSEKR & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East side of Gillespie street,
F A y ETT E V I LIjE , N. C.
October 1, 1855.
C:ne Fear l.anrt for Snlp?
The subscriber offers for sale' THREE HUNDRED
and EIGHTY-FIVE Acres of Land on Cape Fear
River below Smith's Ferry, in Cumberland county,
running with the river to the lands of Mrs Byrd.
A nr.rtinn nf the land is cleared and feneed. It
well adapted to the cultivation of corn, oats, and the
n sua 1 crons of the river lands. The part uncleared
has on it some good swamp, which may be easily pre-
n:ired for use. ;-.;-;- '
f t. w ni lie sold on a credit of twelve months, i Per
sons wishing to buy can eall on the owner at this place.
Am i! 8. 93-tf s '
C. COLDEN MURRAY,
- AGEXT.J'OBi., ;
CARROLL & PETERSON,
Clinton N. C,
WILL pay the Highest Cash prices for likely Young
Negreos. Those wishing to sell will liud us ready
purchases, o i the best business terms.
Sept. 13, !.(. lo-tnn
WILMISGTO? &. KAVETTEVIl-LE
P A S S E N G E R L I N E-.
The New Steamer ".MAGNOLIA " will leave Fay
ettevilb; Tuesdays and Fridays at 15 minutes after sun
rise, and Wilmington w eanesuays anu featurdays at
o'ciock. Passage $4.
T. S. Li U 1 1 ililt LitIi.
June 11, tf
TO TH AVtlEE S.
The Subscribers convey the Mail between Fayctte
ville and lhirclaysville in a Buggy, and can accommo
date one or two passengers. The route is by way of
Kingsbury, Buiuvs Level. Snmmorville and NeilPf
Creek. The days for leaving Favetteville are Tu sdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays, at li o'clock, ti. m. Refitrns
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Fare from
Favetteville to Suuiracrvilie $2.
J. E. ITARRIS,
Aug. 25. 185(5. A. PARKER.
3101th; NEW. GOODS.
"IIE Sub-criler is
$2 00 'per annum
9 00 "
getter up of the
E"B' OR T K P ? V ST
' The sulscrib;'r being desirous of closing out the bal
ance of his Winter stock. Outers his entire stock of
Ready- made clothing. Furnishing (ioiwls, Hats
Caps. Boots shoes. Trunks, Carjetx Bags and
Valices at a very small advance on prime COST.
South side Hay Street, Fayetteville.
LAST ( ALL.
All persons .ndebted to ma by Note or account are
earnestly requested to call and make immediate pay
meat, as mv Books must be close 1 by the 1st Jan. next
Nov 29 1856.
' HOUSE and Lot. The subscriber wish-
ins to leave r avette vine, oners tor sale her
lUl TTnnaa nnrl T.ot. Thn situation of flip ulinv
property is in a very desirable portion of the town and
the property is also in a good condition. For further
particulars "address the subscriber.
HELEN P. LAIN.
Nov. 29 185G. 2m-26
receiving , his FALL
consisting of almost
the way of : ;.'' "'
G ti O C J'J il I JUX,:
HARDWARE AND HOLLOW-WARE
Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Fish &c,
inv iifnh eh he will sell cheap for Cah, barter
Produce or oa short time. , Store recently occupied by
Trov & Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
, G.W.I GfLDSTON.
Oct. US. . - 2u-tf ,
758 BAGS PERUVIAN;
3i7 do. COLUMBIAN.
Not only lias the cost of using these Guanoes in con
nexion been v i-y inucb diminished., but e.vptr inents
have pron-dthai the plio.-phate, f-o ninth vtuiiug in
ibe I' i in Tan. not on'y "mcrcases the yield, but com
bined w.th the Columbian makes the crop much more
certain, r or s-'aie uy
'Stories and Xor?ns, Editorial Ram-
bings and Sketchings. Spiry City News, Wash
ington Gossip, New iork Chit i.'hal,tt
Latest Paris Fnshiahs, Practical licceiyls
for the Household and. Toilet, " 7 he
Little One's" "Department. Gemsfn.Tii
I 'rose and. Poetry, Header's (rmde,
Jlisloricnl Xket-chcs, Transla
tions, , i-c. Jj-e.
The NATION is issued ia Quarto Form, (eight
page-:.) and each number will contain at least two
Original Engravings, thus furnishing our Subscribers
at the end of the year . with a volume coat, lining 410
large size, beautifully printed pages of
UNSURPASSED XOVELLBTTB3. SKETCHES, ic,
i; &c, TOGETHER WITH
OVEIt 139 - OHHUX1L ILLlSTRATIOS,
THE NATION is eut at the following remarkably
low SUBSCRIPTION . AND CtXibilNG TERMS :
Invariably in advance.
TWO ' (to one address,)
THREE' " ; '
i pzS And one copy' free to the
: .. Club ol 1Li.
jsSf All those seuJiag in sabscripiious from the
British Pro ncj-, m.ist e.iclo-e in a I l.i.ou to i.ie sub
jjcnptiou proe. 25 cjurs bir e;tcii su.j.-cr.ber, as we are
compiled to pr -pay t;i .- U.ie.l Siai.e. postage.
All letters containing mo.i -y siio.Ud bo registered,
aud d.rectfd plainly, ami ihiy w.li come al our n.-k,
olhe wis we arc not respo.isiole for th.'in.
Specimen rrop.es will bj teul free to Post
Masters, Agents, and all who w i.-h to get up a club:
to all others, on receipt of four c.mts ia stamps. The
expense of registering is only cents.
A.lclvesa CilOPUT & BIGbO , S3 Dock Street,
Among the' hundreds of compiiiuentary r.oi cos.-w
have received from, newspapers in ei kiy :.cut i tne
country, we quote tm loilow nig-exirnci li u t -
The jNation auoears in ciear istrgo i v p.? on souw
white paper, and is richly adori.ed wuu illustrut io.-.s."
N. 1 . Sun.
"It will attain to a high position in the literary
world." I'm i.. .Daily 2i.ws.. .'-:
It is one oi the lesst weeklies now publn-ht u, and
we take pit a sure in bringing it to tne iijtice of the
reading public.'' li AHUi.-ll no. l'A. llkliAi.l .
' The talent and energy of the proprn U.r.s. its ori
'inal and iutC'etillg contents, and ti e In auty oi the
ty)Mgraphy cannot fail to secure fo. it a general Cir
culation. W lI.l.AM.Si-UUli. I A. l.SUtl'l.Mlh.VI' 1'l.K.-.
" As aliterarv and faniui- jo;;riial. w h,ive no hesi-
tatio.iiii pronouncing it the best a.i.oug our excliaugis.
We advise the ladtes to procure it w.liiuul d.ay.'
Fulton-. Pa. Rkph t.iCax.
We dtsl.ke , pnD.iiig city enianat.o.is, but in this
case .we are bound to give way to n.er.t. many
city "cotcmpbraf ics, the N;lt on i. couipoeu oi t-mind
substantial aud useful matter, and is not Mhl up wish
an ove! dorse of lilmsy. wishesy-ivoshey stiiii irom the
hands of crack-brainedaiithc v-i Eni. City 0..si a i cii .
It has the most beautiful engraved hi ud m: t ver
saw. anu its eo.ilems are uufpij emu i.i . ; .. - . i ru ly
delicious and soui-absorniug. Wn.i.i.v.iioi.i i. -, A.
GAOtTTK. . -
There is room for just such a paper, and t lia- se-
enrrd tvvoastrne heads an hei.rts tocouliol i - olunms
as th literary aud social woi Id aolda. WeliIii kji uii ,
It will soon become a leading paper at the fiicside.-'
We seldom endorse uoi thern papers, but in th's in-
ftance we are forced to overcome our prejuu e,-. and
commend The '-NaLon" to o.;r r n ;u. ' i'mnr,
Ai.a. 1 uLletix.
Lec. 13. 1850. 58-4t
REGULAR LINE" OBWILMlU
TON PACKETS. a "
62 South Street, NEW YORlv.
undersicned maybe found at the OfBce of C
DRS. McSWAIN & McDUFFIB have this day
Jaolyed partjieEah!p by .mutual consent
1 . a . tu ....... 1 . . ...it ).......
Golden Murray, (ii South street, where orders for every
description of Goods will receive bis prompt and per
sonal attention. ' -i ;
March 20. I85C yj ? I 4 f ,
- . . , ii : .. 11 Z
We call the attention of WHOLE
SALE DEALERS ;
TO oar present Stock, and wa have recently re
o U) bag.-i Rio. Laguira Maricaibo and Java Coflfee,
20 iih.ls Sugar, assorted grades, ; .... ;.. -75
bbls do. Radial. Crushed and Powdered
95 boes Spjrm. Adamantine and Tallow Candles
C5 do. Fancy and assorted Candies, '
10; coils Kentucky. Jute and Manilla RopeT ' -
7 bales Ragging. Guaay, Dundee, and. Barlami,
?.f) tons Hoop Iron, "
120 boxes Cheese, "1" " '
20 half-bbls Super Carb. Soda,
40,000 Cigars various brands, - '
.; ' : , " , ; ; - -. also , . .T
Pepper. Spice, Ginger, Gloves; - Nutmeg s Borax.
Madder. Tndigo. Spanish Brown, Brimstone, Fancy
and fir Soaps. Starch,- Powder, Shot. Bar' Lad.
White Lad. Putty and- Linseed Oil, Window Glass
Snuff in Boxes. Eagl? Mills do., in Half Bbln.; 1 Green
and Black Teas, Hollow-Ware. Swecds Iron," English.
German, and Cast Steel; Plows. Straw Cutters. Corn
Shelters. Sausage Cutters and Stuffers, Trace Chins
Sole Leather, Ac. &e -.. ' -
: The a?ove Goods we oflFer on the most favorable
terms to prompt time or cash purchasers. '
j D. & W McIOj&BKf.v"
Dr McSwaia will attend to settlements
lions for the firm.
Dr. McDiwfie will continue to occupy the former
office. . ' i":..
H.' McSWAlN. WM. C. McDTJFFIE.
Nov. I, 1856. '!' 2g-tf '
U 100 minces CUJINIIVU, for 'sale lv
;: , ". ' J S. J. HINSDALE.
Aug. SO, 1856. - 813-tf- - - '
OLD RYE WHISKEY. '
The Subscriber is the onlv authorized ageat in Fay
..ti,.vill,. tin- tlie sale of the Lou. R. C. PurVear s Cele
brated I1 Rj Wbiskty. lie will be supplied with
this KiiTii -rior Wliitkev to meet demand.
i- -. f.f.
mi. rt .
October 1, 185G. , - 1
Aug. 30, 1856
nnii Black Teas, best quality,
:f S. J. IHNSUALE'S.
913-tf - -
tf FOIl v 8.1LE
1 SKCOXD ST()(;KV)F
I am now receiving my second stock of GROCER
IES, consisting in part as follows : ? . -50
sack Rio Coffee,
. 50 lioxes Cheese, ; .,
.- . '.. 35 qr Bbls No I Mackerel,
5000 lbs. Bacon skle9,
: 35 boxes Craeker,H.. ,!
20 ,,.' steam Camiy, - --
' -' 20 cases iiejrro Shoes, aud ,, ...
AO pieces Jersey,
Nov'. 8th 1836.
Por sale bv
E. i MOORE.
DUGGlEg in good
, A. A- JhcKtTHAN.
c- 2.000 Spirit Barrels for sale hj -McLAURL-&
June 17, 185C
irThe Subscribers havintr this day
. - it. - . . r :il l.
leaned xnis noiei lor a -nu i ycur, n
" JlI pleased to see their friends and the traveling
, public t this House. "At tlie fame time we
nope they will .be patient aud bear with our imperfec
tions until we shall have put the House in such repair
as wedesire, . -HrROBERTg & CQ
3. H. ROBKUTS - F, NrvE0BEBTS.i
Mnrdi 1,1W' SiVtf
FOR SALE. , f
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine mile?
1 1 tr ai
from Fayetteville, lying mrectiy on ine aouinem
Plank Road, and on , each tide of Big Rockfixh. One
ofthebept Turpentine sections in the, county, With
convenient improvements for a family residence; with
a small corn mill on a never lamnfc stream- m-
rate situation for a Turpentine Distillery and Store.
. -.... - - A. ;JA'. '" McKETUAN
..Feb'y 9, 1856. - ! ; tfr. -iA-t
is -cw recclvinaf "his FALI? STOCK, embracinsr, a
large an general Stock of DfysTJoodsHst.' Capf .
Ha .d Sho-s. Groceri-s.f -hollow.ware't CrckrT
and Glassware, which wRl' be sold ' upon favorable
tra . or exchanged for H,rtce- g 1 see' hTS
friends and customers before tuey sappjy nemseiyea.
Sept. 6. f , ' ,;' !"!Jt':t '.-t V- '''
P A. V E T T E V I Ub B ,t s ? f il C
i Mav' be consulted "at the Xaw Office of Jesse
FiiEinux o Fiv-i u.; K. t.tst: nrc-
T' ! :?f VVIf.lISfS V . .-i IMV'.U'.'ilViM.K.
Steamer Mnoolia lesivnK By'tt-:1!'-on Moiidiy a:il ihurn
day Inoiiiinps. th ininuli i- i ft tuii-r.-f
L-v W ifm!n?Ui on ';.tfi.iy aud ridsy nn.rn'ui;.
St-Hiu-r 1-anuy Luti. rloh. l.-avi a l yri ti v il!fc ou Tueed.iy
and V'riday ii.oriiinlr. 15 mintttiR afti-r etin-riw.
I.eavrs W ilniintcn V. fdnt-fday uud Saturday mornings.
Both earryiug Krfiht and Pa.ngiTs.
Sttrami-r Kow:.n. with full Bets of Lighters, runs regularly
carrying Fn-itlit only
The regularity of Ur BoatnOn all H.ijti b r the T.iTer. and
the deopatcb and prompt nee8 in dclirnriug poodw, are too well
known to require cojuiaent.
To our patrone we tender onr thank for the f ry liberal
patronage heretofore bentowed. a id can aiwure all li 'r tha
no effort will h spared in fut nre. and f et contid.-nt that our
fueil.tiey fvr de.bteli are equal if not superior-t aMjr lju oa
Utije Etr Kir. ' - - VP. P. h LtiO'l T.
Agent f .r f.ullerloh (St I o.
; Fayetteville, N. C, Oct 25. 1S53 21-tf
J;.iV. PKMBKH TON
HAS JUST KECKIVED
ONE of the most desirable STOCKS of J-ILK and
FANCY", STAI'LE GOODS ever offered by him,
embracing ail the Nbwkst STYfjes of
, LADIES DUKSS GOODS,
Such as Plain andcol'dMoir Entique Silks, Rich Om
bi ic Satins, Striped and plain Silk Valencia, l'opliuett
Ro'tts. Plain and limeade Merinos, rlain rlaid and
liich fig'd French DvLains, and a great' many otber
new St vies. Abo, a large STOCK of Velvet. Clolh
and Sillt- Mantillas. Cb'aks and Talmas, Day Slate,
Stella, plush and Tiftie fchawls. f A- great variety of
the latest styles of , . ...
French Embroideries, Honeton Lace Collar every
color of the best quality of Kip GLOVES and. Gaunt
lets t for Ldies and tents4 a le.w. very handsome
patterns Woosted. Curtail Damask; with trinimincs to
suit, some very naiuiome n ivmaow Miauis.
ALSO, FOR GENTS WEAR.
-Black.4 Blue aud Olive Broad Cloths, black and fancy
Cassimeres and Yestjugs, A very - large Stock of
I 7,s . . i.vRvivly-tTiauV Clothing
For MEN .YOCT HSj'anrt BOYS : made in the latest
Styles and ll 'or7;mahhip warranted.
,'ThealKrre Stock was selected with great care as
regards styteg,and prices, and will be offered at whole
sale or retail xf very acco'mmoilatlng terms. The jmlj
I'mj generally ureAespectfttlly 'invited lo call and ex-
,ttUrt AT PFMBErON.