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hancing the uef ilaass of . tho paper, the proprietor., of
fers the following rema -kably low
CLUB 1.-VARI.1BJ.Y J.- ADVAJVOKr
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ad 30 eeats for each subsequent insertion, un ss the
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serted till forb'd and charged accordingly- Sp'.-eiaf
attention it directed to this requisition.
F. WIG HTM S & CO.
Cr,K.UE.'T . WHIG nr.
Attorney at Law, l'a yet i e vl Ilo9 K. C.
Oilice at the foriur irfHow and Groen streets.
Feb'v 3. 1 n."'J.
.J. A. SP 10 A IIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTENDS the Courts of Camber laud, Harnett,
Wake and Johnston.
Address, Tooni 'r. Ilar.i-.-ft Co., X. C
Feb. 16, 1S5G. . .S5-r
BARTinV FULLER,
Altoriifj at Lav ,
v a v ; : t v t : v 1 1. r, u , , c .,
May be consulted at the Law Oilice of Jesse G. Shep
herd, Esq., on Green .Street.
Julv ly, 7-tf
DR. K. A. BLACK.
OFFICE Front Rooiu-f. over Dr. S. J.
Chemist and .Drug .Store.
Fcb'y 7, 1835. Si-tf
Hinsdak
91
I' A C 'V t II V,
LAUDER.
BY GEO.
.Nearly opposite to E. V. V 11 kings' Auction Store
Favett ;villf, X. C.
Oct. I. lS."t:. " v
P R SALE.
tt Acr'Vi of l,w I. lyi.i o iC ip i'-'ar R;v?r "tar
Dwelling. O il II .!. all in ir-t rat j ord r. T'n Stor
- is at a Sae busiuesri sta 1 1 at th.; .Ci'o Ro vl-- a.i.l t'n
anl is not to i)ir e'c.'llel by a iv in North Carolina.
Any p rrso'i tl-ysiring to pnrchae cm obfa'u fnrthe;
pxrtiuiars r p 'ti:ig tiu prop rty by ealting c
I'lt'l-rj'r ,' ,n WiUv'..'r1":r mnt'y - J
f miles from Favettcville.
SARAH WRIGHT.
JAMES Will IT! IT.
Oct. 4.
tS-tf
0.. HOUSTON
WOULD return his thanks j.
the public for the liberal patio ,
age he has received, and linne-
liy punctuality in business, for
continuation of tlie sami'-.
lit- has commenced hu.-in 's o
his own responsibility, on th
South side of Person 'street. tw.
- .-..-i. v--' door below the Cap-; Fear l'.a i:
and t'ir..-e doors above his old stand where he would
be glad to se;: all his ol 1 friends. 11 expects to k.-ep
on hand a goo 1 assortment of Sad He. Bridle-, Whip-,
a id every thing in his lor' of business.
N. B. H will atlend to r.-p tiring of Siddles. H u -neis,
&c, aid his ch irg.-s .shall be moderate.
September 13. 1S5I. 15-fbn
JBtaT" MeLauriii A: Strange will pay tiie h'.li
ert ca.h price for Turpentine until further notice.
Sept. 3. 185. 5.f tf
1 . I1 VI ) i ilV hi's Boot .tSho-1-
establishment ,' the corner of
Gi!k's:;ie nnd Franklin streets.
opsite th State p, n "
form -rlv oecunied by the
in a id under fh- riiorns
or T. II - has o 1 li 1:1 1 a
fir -it rat si
ock of PLAIN and FANCY. HOM
and
n m
short con
awed. !MPi)UTEi B s. S , -s. C, i:tei". iv;.. a l I .v l!
f.ieture all articles in h:s lin i i the b -st stvl" at
notice. Tlr.i'ikful for pist favors, he solicits a
linnation of the liberal p vtrou i ' heretofore best
Dei. 13. ls.C. 2S-tf
ay
On the SECOND MONDAY in Februiry is 17, at
the Court House' in th to.va of Fayetteville. the uu
!ersigneil will o.fer for sal . on a credit of one aud two
Years, several tracts of L AND ia tho counties of Cum
berland and Harnett.
One t ict on the Western bank of the Cape Fear
River, beiow Sm th's Ferry, containing about lifleen
lui'.idred a id i x't y-ii v aer.'- the Plantion of the late
Henry Elliot. There is a life-estate in two hundred j
aiml lifty acres oi tin - t'-act. wlncti wdt not be odered j
n tVoi site duy. separate from the other portion of the j
tl'laiitittiiiia-
50 acres en Ltiwer Little River, known as tho Gib--Mm
place. . .
tm ttres en Lower Little Eiver, former res. donee
of Alex. r Williams. Jr.
45 acres near Elliot's Mills,
550 acres on the Juniper.
300 acres on Little Mill Creek.
4500 acres on Gibson's Creek the sintUe pUee.
310 acres near Mc Arthur's Bridal- Also the S&v.
Mill Timber on 300 -.uires ad j-!
:bu e,eson Blae.u "ranch, n ear W.J.Koliys. AJ
t. j.t; t'imoer on lit) acres adjomiu
iSoii act near .u uuroe s linage, w i
dele of
fiiver.
4ivl acrn, including the Mineral Spring near the
Wil?" f,)rniorly Col. Murchison's.
t) acres on (Jrog Creek, near the Fayetteville and
yastem Plank Road.
() acres on the North Prong cf Anderson's Creek.
Also, au undivW'l interest b dug one-third of two
tots in the Town of Fayetteville, on Rowan Street.
,-known as the Armstrong lots; and in 28 acres of Land
oa the South side of Little River, near Elliot's Mills.
vlZ, SO .
At thejarae time, on a credit of six months, will be
gold
12 shaies of Stock in the Fayetteville and Western
Plank Roid.
40 shars of Stock ia the Fayetteville and Raleis-h
Plank R.xd.
shares ia the Cape Fear and D ep River Naviga
tion Compmy.
10 shares in the Cumberland Academy. And an un
divided iottrest in the Chemical Apparatus therein-
These salt are made under a power in the Will of
th late Henry Elliot.
ALEX?R ELLIOT, ) - ..
J. G- SHEPHERD, f 15 1 r '
lJo SO, 1839. &f.ia -
-6W t.
for sale by , S. jlilS.5D.iLn. "
Aug. 3:. 1S5C.I . 013-tf . . " - .
'.V ASfSI VfJ - M AUH I j
Tho sabcriber hariii purchased the Riaht of tli
ibove Machine for the Cod i tics of CuntWr'lanl and
f Iaru it, is -myvf ready to furnish such as muv be (
de?roii rf AT T .iT,. o"r?;!.t tk ....... r; ..t.... !
tinne nrs !i(lhpr:i1 to. vri'l lf :is miirli wnrk in nm. Jfiir
as throe or fnnr women in' the ordinnrv wav. and lh'
work will be ia i':h letter do le. Ilelow will le forind
a certificate from those who have purchased and no
have in use o.u ot tuoss iiu-limes
i-".VTKTTEVII,I.K
.v. c. April . ii.
rc'the undersigned, liavini; purchased of Mr lsham
Blake one of the above mncliiucs. cordially recommend
it to the favor of the Public.- It washes very rapidly,
and the work 14 much better done than is usually done
iij lue 01 i way, ana wirn ios.s wear to tne uiotRmg. !
It far exceeds our expectations, and has only to be :
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its j
utility and economy. We have no doubt of its being 1
generally useil wherever mtrouuceil.
i
D. O. McRak
Jno. D. AVti.liam.s,
Joiix I). Starr,
.Toski'ii A. Worth,
A. J. O'IIaxlov,
David Wf.myss.
W. J. A XHK.USOX,
W. .McTiACRIN-,
A. IVIIl-RT,
Jas. G. Siimr,
We in company with several other gentlemen, paw
a four dollar bill which Was very dirty ami much
defined, put in and washed out by this machine, re
moving all the dirty appearance of the kill, and leav
ing it perfectly legible, which shows there is little or
no rubbing produced in washing fine articles.
Frank N. Roberts,
Jas. (J. Smith.
DRUGS, MEIMCIXES, &c.
FALL STOCK, now receiving, bv
S. J. HINSDALE.
Aug. 3), 1850. 013-tf
F.1LL TRADE, 1856.
!5. r. p i: a n c 53
ISXOW OPEXIXfJ. a large and desirable' Stock of
FALL AXD WIXTJMl GOODS,
consisting in part of
Slack and Colored Silks.
English and French Merinos,
Plain and Fig'd DeLanes, some beautif.-.l patterns,
Black and Fancy Alpacas.
Edgings and Inserting.
Collars and Undersli-eves.
Cactus and Whalebone Skirts,
Jaconet, Nainsook. Swiss and i'laid Musilas,
French. English and American Prints,
t" loth s and Cassi meres.
Satiiietts, Jeans and Tweeds,
Plaids. Linscvs and Kerseys.
CiroHua and Ma; Iboro" Stripes,
3;'.eae.!ed and rtrov" Shirtingn and Sheetings.
iri!K:a.as and Tickings.
1 rish Linens, good assortment.
Linen Tablo Cloths. Towelhigs and Napkins,
Shawls, (,'loaks and Mantillas.
Evtra qualiiv of Bod Blankets.
Ui'oboiis. Belts, (llo'. es. Ilosierv. &c.
ALSO
Tat', ('aps, Bonnets. Boots, hoes and L'mbrellas:
genoral assort incut of
K . 1 7) Y-MA J) Il C L O TUJXO,
nd every variety in the YANK:
vh'c'i will be sold at a small adv
n time to punctual customers, e
Wkvksik or I
All are respectful!-.- 'nvh'.-d to g;
X )TiOX LINE,
e for CASH, or
r at
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a ca
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basing elsi-w
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J'ROSI'ICCTL'S
OK THE
sjujtii ' i.st i;;i.k y .m msks a mi
For the Venr 1S50. July to December.
Tiva v t v- r :i ! to Vobt-Jin.
In issuing the Prospectus td'the Tw -nt v- Third 'ol
une of the S; )U f IIE.IN LI i'ERARY MESSENGER,
oniiu Micing with the July No., the Proiu-ietois id v
-ole
ly on the eu "ottraging letters and nro-.nises of the
i'rieuds of the M essentia- to aid
them in extend! n'' i ts
;". rculation. and they beg to as
;u r,
Bli
the public that
io
x-n tious will be remitted
on
irt to maintain !
tne ingii cnaracter of tiie w ork, and to challenge t'ue I
pat re lag--of all who value sterling lit err. rv lm-rit. '
r'or Twenty -Oiie Years, the Messenger has endeavored I
io reflect faithfully She Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and lias been alone
amonir tle woothlv periodicals of America, in detVueo
of the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE '
SOUTHERN STATES. j
Totlrs r'T.ee it w'.il be il;voted, -and will be nromnt !
to repel assaults upon th
mt:i. whether th
v eonie
under the-specious garb of fiction, or in the direct form 1
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critical juncture, j
while oar enemies are employing lit "iviture as their :
most potent weapons of attack, the S mthern people
will surely not withhold their eneou a; -ment from a
work whose aim it shall be to strike b.oivs in their de- !
fence. !
The Messenger will, as heretofore, present its readers
S;cfcftcs, A ore
Talc, T metis. E$$fiv. J't-evis.
Critiques, and Papers on the Ann,,
Xtioi and i -
iiJicr i '(tonal Subjects
With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though they intend
greatly increasing the size of the work, have" reduced
the price of Sup script-ion. which is now only
Three Dolksrs per. la.num, ia Adve?
OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT r.-L'f BEFORE TIIE
FIRST OF JULY - ANY YEAR.
C'Ll'BS Rem'iitng liS Fifteen Dollars in one
letter, will bee.'ititled to Six Copies..
The. JiWturial and Critical department cf the Mes-leng-.r
a ill contiiure untler the charge of
JOH.V It. Til J3SPSOX, I2si-
And will embrace copious notes on current literature
and reviews of all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and value. The Editor's opinions will
be always fearlessly ami honestly avowed.
Til- Business Department is conducted by the under
signed, to whom all communications of a business na
ture mu.-,t lie addressed.
MACFARLANE. FERGUSSON .t CO.
Law Building, Franklin Street, Richmond, Va.
June 1, ltsoO.
Five seventh? of the FARMING AND TURPEN
TINE LAND in Harnett county, known as tne Parker
and McNeill lands, joining Wm". Ilarr ngton's laud on
Upper Little River. There is some 200 acres cf the
best quality Cf low grounds on the River.
i in.' up
lands are heavily timbered with pines, and within
IX
milt's of the 1- ayetteville and Western Railroad.
For particulars apply to D McARTIIUR.
J. P. ROPER,
J. W. McKAY.
Xov 29. 1856. 2f,-tf
10,000 li. Tallow anted,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. 1, 1S3. A. Mi CASPEELL
both i a it structure and operations, and slioul.l anv ! The Old E.ib1Nh?.i Aathoris-d 'Ants wbo?vfw.;w V-W Te tb dvaataS A iK-f r .1 . t - r t lVastf
ration of it (Huabneasilv and speedily repaid SOLD MORE VRiZVA aor, thoronyh inrtrtetion. . . jonnjf of i.ne of the most Simple and health- , t P th-
lZV:iVLaI 'fl- : .hnn anv op.r n i,e in-th, Stnte of Maryland. llh'2" I fl " enMv,nets Wranse ' it has -i, .leU 'iiT,
with that description of laboAUch aJ0A "Jrv ' 1 V'' f F tV-'Vk r4 SIAT t,. 0ra vor hltby.uuni'.and intell.-unt neighbor ' For nTIf, 1 .i4mUrj r.et Ofily 0 I.'slieaitH-i ";5T (
with the ordinary duties In the firsi IpiyT : Wholes &l Halves 50 ct. Q arte 25 ct r.t'nff Inanence tvhicb nneb cmUor fW health iis'rc.-n:ir IWIu. . .ootd
12 or 15 yearn of age can perform all the lalor. aJ j ,.iUHi;,iM Uf X'AUtwAUfcLS. vi .'.Tai m sinneius ta rpivn anu v in; , . ii n v, ine ury r o; "V;nJ inwy-. j
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i week
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MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY,
Class 310.
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closing tie; tick'
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a good safe envelop .. and alw ays
co-Ki.ieaee. After the drawing is
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resuit ..f t!:. venture. All
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I after tiie ilr.vwiu .; in "u: rent ';.. , -y. an 1 b tak- Ba:ik
j Xote of a :y .- tnfe or . J i r .lr i.'is ia pa. a mt for t.tk-
eL-. at par. For od l a:no mt-- in making change we re
j e--:ve po.-t-i--e -imps. th-y t-.'-Ttg m e.i.ivciiient than
"!i-r ,orre.-po.Lte..im.iy jMace iue utni i-i conriiienee
in the regularity and sai' t y of Pm mail--, as very iew
or no m"ca r'mge.s of Mo.i ey happen when priiperly
directed tons. Becnr--'ui ih.it yosi mention yonr Post
h'rree. Con uty a i l State. Oive'iH at 1-a-t one single
trial, von ca not lose mnch. if not tru:n. ( ):;e sionle
i trial may make you independent tor life. TRY US.
i There sho.ild be no such word as fail. Address
CORBIX Sc. CO.
Box 100 Po.-l Jiiiee, Baltimore ;id.
Oct. II 21-1)11!
Xi:VT ANU CHEAP GOODS.
James lyio
HAS just received a very large and general assort
ment of GOODS Ai. oiig which are,
French and English Merinos;
Do. Delains. Plain and Fiirured :
Dfss Silks. Fie M and Plain ; "
Black Fillet Mi! ;
Sleeves and Collars :
t.'lolhs. ( 'assinieres and Satins ;
Bear -and Negro Blankets :
:-! to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Domestics ;
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing,
Carpet in.ir. Good and Common ;
Boots are! Shoes ;
Anchor Boltilig Cloili ;
Kerseys and Liuseys ;
Irish jiiiens. ( rnsh :
Talde Di;ip er nnd Napkins.
With many ot!i.-r orticles. all of v.-hlch being pur
chased by tiie Packae-e. will be oiiered at low prices.
y who'u sale or retail.
' Nov. ls-50. 23-tf
DOUBLY If O US El
POWKKS U ruoY, Proprietors.
Th" Proprietors of this Establishment an-
s s s
r'l
nouuee to the public, that owing to the con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
them, thev have been indn--ed tn .bv" tbo
! S
accontnio.iatioa oy tlie adliiton of an ovtensive Oinii.
i ; eli .:il j loe itio i of Ci .. ibi.,!.;,!..,, ...r.i, i
experience -of th e Prmsi-tn-. s.-, ,.--u;.. I
1 roiKU Odors in nrov!dinr for tin-
on a fort
th-ir P.ltrO lS. ihr'v linn i C...M11.J. tn t!.,-nn
a liberal share of tho travel. 1 "
i 1 ne estern and So ith
'rn Stages arrive at and depart
from this liou-
! ...0arr-a,-'-H 1,1 atti , l ,;o? o i arrival an 1 departure of
j Meam Boat-, tor the aeco nm j latio i of pasvngers.
I Ilors Carriages furnished at anv notice for
f canTog travellers to any part of the adjacent country.
i . v v . i w !-;:;.
; Fayetteville, May 12, 1850
W. C. TROY.
98-tf.
A large
lot of BlanJcets, both white
ami colored lor sale cheap bv
L. BRANDT.
D-
Gillespie St . near the Market.
2f-ini
. P. Elliott,
C O 51 31 I S S I OX M Elt CHAST,
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
-4rent for Liitterloh at Co.? Steamboat Line
Viit atten i promptly to ail business entrusted to his cmr.
Oet.21.TS53. sn.tf
lio mi on the lower do n-, -and suite of Rooms on the ' 1 af Prepared to perform all duties m my line ot j political prejudices to forward llieir own lies
see.mo. door: ti.ns emtblmg them to accommodate all ; " ,X ; M1V ' , , ' nii-i-" ' u , ; ,,ei ate lortunes. In a short time people wili
win any tavor them with a c ill ind thev lded --e 1 I !1!ent 1U"1 commodious U ARL-IIOL Sr. on the j peiuic ioiiu i i
themselves t. a.i i.ioraa-e-1 ex--rtio"i & 'dve s-itWactio-i '! t'l"'r ,)f G;!lul'e Street, and can be found at the )0 amazed that sued a man u& I'i'ciuont touiu
to their patrons. - j St. of A . M. Campbell's when wanted. . J . .... ,,,.,. tuou-rht. of u.aeli morevoleu
si.o-.is stables attac'i.vl and capful Ostlers in i f.uiaKe pleasure m attending to tiie business ot ; ' , . , . .r
atte.Klauoe. . j my fc.uat-ry triends. ami hope bv a strict atteiit on to ; r ... as President ol Hie L' uited States. A 1
- a - irtE county;. n. a
ji he Tni.H are " fanppv to announce to- the p
tntirtTi will nnp
C ,r..wt-jrt b January n;xt. tinder the. suxr
jc..aj!ii'a is asrHdaate or the ;r
'atoHar. K.'bi tetlmoaiaU ar
J r t.vten warraHtinjr tlie Tf utee ia r:(
K'bo may fwl di(po.sed to patronii-
iuice-..i
H .n.:a t ie rft.i or an iue roiiowinnr low rnra r tn .
. . , -n.vi.:...,i;.c.':i. .. - " .
stwsion, payaoie m a iv
Vali" to a'avone
" '.l-V aoiwi in iliiij; IiavC UIt-Il UClOf.-
neerneul, Slo to
1 " W 1
(.iWiflita at Air 'ooiur iti i '
i i'r: iud other houses in the neioh):rbnful.
. DOXALD McDOXALD."
j iL'c'r 20, 1 856
29-3t
iiobeson Institute.
M. CUHRIE, PRINCIPAL.
Tfai exercises of this Institution will be resumed on
Tuition per Session. Spelling. &6. Common En-
lsIsSnfS,5- Ancient Lan-
iittges, 16. students are prepared lor the aoph.
la-s in the University of X. C.
r Aiu; PriuC!P: "as cha.ige of the commodious Stew-
!anl Hall, where board can be obtained at $t! per month,
icxt lusive ot washing and room lights.
I Hoard and tuition payable in advance, if required.
1 T traveling public are also informed: that comlorta-
bl accommodations cau be obtained at the .Stfwiii-ri
! Ijid!, 0:1 reasonabla terms.
r$l. Pauls, Dec. 20, 185C.
2G-8t
Plantation 8l SJesrroes.
THE MOOXEY PLANTATION, onTilie west sit
;ue
of Cape Fear River
t. six miles below Fayetteville. will t , t . . " . ' . ,
nbiv ti.e 7ti. ;t fitu,T,.f i..,.v'Oal so tiir as memorizing- is concerned then
oasrenteu on featunlay the 2th mst. (instea
1st, as advertised.) on the premises, at 12 o'olock M. j
,.v to, at th j same tirn-aul place, will be hired the i
Nc to n beun"-in to nthi vtt.. p,ac,::,
- - ' " v. ih;lvuu J 1 rj 1 1 1 V ;
Jauuaiv 1st li57.
C. E. LEETE, Auct'r.
9-3t
Iec4 20.
Land far Sale. i
Subscriber oners for sale, his LANDS ia-4Iar- !
Tin
nelt.t
bnnty. consisting of Three Hundred and Nine
Acresj more or less, situ it 'd and lyiug in the fork of
B.irbaque and Upper Little River. I will sell all
tog-th
r or in lots to suit tits purchaser. Those wish-
ills' to
purchase will do well to examine the Lands, as
" .thi.jij ..n tu aiuuiuc tie; ijui.u.-, tia (
a if .'scitiptton nere would bj uselesc.
I will sell the above named Land on the premises on
Thnrsd.iy the 15th January i857.
For rurther Dartieulars. aoolv to John Small, or mv- i
sen at Owensville, N. C. " i
W. A. SMALL.
Owe tsville. Dec. 13, 1856. 2-4t
Wanted.
A first rate SADDLE and HARXESS
.MAKER, to whom good wages aud stead v
given. Apply at
J. H. HEATH.
Clinton, X. C.
i S .MA.VfiOOi)
ASD ITS PRETIiTlTtE BECLE.
.Tut iio.l, 3;-:His, tij i i' t ti i i
?si A klw Wouns on' the Ratioxal Tuka
-Wb .r..i. w iin ut .ueuiciiie. oi - i uiaioj riiea or
mU Local U eakues!
Nocturnal Emisstous, Gen
Iinpotency, aud ln-.pedi-
i :i Nervous Di tiity.
a Marriage ge;A--raily
Ill .'.Ita
I'.V li. OK LANKY, M. IK
The inporiant tact that the many alarming com
idaiiit.siir.iriiiatintr in the itunrudence uuiisol.iuue of
luutii. any bo ea.-iiy ivinoveu without Medicine. i hi
th.ssiii.il tract, clearly uemoiistrateii; aud tiie entirely
new ant highly sueeei'ul treatment, us adopted by
the Aubor. fuily explained by means oi" wh;eli every
one is taabled lo cure himself eifectly and at the
least p'Ssilde cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
ni i-tiniHs ot 'the day.
Sent Jo any address, gaatis and post free in a sealed
eiivioij. by rem.ttiug impost paid two postage staiAps
to Dii.U. Dk Laxev, i7 Leonard Street. . Y. City.
Dee 13, I85t. 28-1 y
I Money Wanted.
I wll sell my DWELLING HOUSE and lot, at
preset occupied by myself, situated in lower Fay
eUev.Ie, ull i'urson street, opposite Mr O. Houston's
d.Vj-' iig. The Lot contains over half an acre, and
tin: ;ase is comfortable for a small family, having
lure iooms and a good well of water convenient.
A'ilv to R. D. DAVIS.
f or JOSEPH FT LEY.
P.S. If the above property he ntt privately dis-pose-fof
by 1st JiUuaiT, it will then be ottered at pub
lic .action. li. D. D.
i ijUi, lfcoti. 27-4t
fe 75,000 "Clioicem .
gFlttiiT- TUBES!:
I C: sale by WESTBROOK Sc. CO., at the West
(Jn-a Nurseries ond (aniens near Greensboro' X. C.
wli'iijwill be neatly invoiced, marked, packed, and
seat 0 any portion of the country on or near any line
of ii asportation.
N.B. It v. di be remembered, that the Apple and
Peai --raised at these Gardens took the highest Pre-
m
it the last N. C. State ra.r, and the apple oc-
m aisuebt iau.. t uwnt m flavor, nuint-r. .
at iiu .niericaii i'ouiologieal soenetv. Held!
'CiiLSter in tiie Mute of New i ork oa the 21tU :
last. Address Greensboro . I
C. O. Ie.H. il-lt-ptl
u ,i i : s'ris m i p i:c ioii.
vlng leen appointed Inspector of Xaval Stores.
ou-
iss to merit a share of the public patroaa
is
c:mf..es snail be as mock-rate as anv one can expect.
i w
I
do 1113- duty to both buyer and seller.
WM. Ii. WILEY.
. 20, !S5ii. 29-tf
ComI at WEiolcal.
subscribers leg leav? to advise their customers
lerchants generally, that tiiey have received a
ud expect to receive the balance of tkslr recent
ises in a few days, rheir Stock will be much
and more complete than they have ever offered.
T
and
nart
pu
iaru:
nib
;cing a general assortment of
GROCERIES,
Together with
rftcare and Cutlery, Hoiloir Ware,
Saddlery, Shoes. Leather, Src,
rim
rr
1I dr which have" been bought by one of the firm ex
C 23-tf
4 I
! at
Se
i
; i
i I a
pres-sly for the Wholesale Trade. Their termi will be
a, heretofore, on the usual time lo prompt dealers.
To eaih buyers a reasonable discount will be made.
I GEO- W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Fftjettrrilh?, Arfj. 13. IW. H-fT
NORTH (!R0LIN'fAN.
fayetteville: .v. 5
i FBTSICUVS ETiOECE OS DlTCIKC. .
;Tfwt beautiful. 'rrarefitl ticcomnli.shntcnt . of
dancinso prvcrterl by late lionrit aiitl tbe
.udeqeneipjnr fashioii1le nitire, ha& ontrnjretl
f
- ,,-: v"
:ier-
! my practu
re. A tl.onirhtful, anxious mother,
ost three children, brought to ine-Uer
1 who had lost
I only remaining child, a daujjhter-her tempera
i ment nervous bilious the nervous fearfully
1
fflSrCn tjiuritewts of cjVfen,
teSititra as ifc aimiwnitpiit Wt,:T. .
J predominant, with great irritability of the J-hngm Some of ,1H.IU nillke a foot cf adTertis
jtem peevish, passionate, dyspeptic, sleepless j ()f hree words. whith are' repct.tcd over
of course exactiuir arbitrary and uncomforta-! . . ... ,, , ,.-' '-
' J ti ii rl ovr iirr-im mifii I huv lmrr till.-il floor ni.
j ble: the poor cnild looked sad, old, morbid and i . . ,"
raiserable. She had been to school because her!,, 1
1 : have the gioric
j parents thought it an amusement for her to be
...:. otil(,.
lt" 0tI'e, Ch,'C
ing her Jilivsiog
"Wi.or i tho
i
j with other children. After critically cxamin-
nomy, I said to her niother:
temperament of your husband?"
"The same as my own!" she replied.
j "Then the child is doubly stamped," I eon-
tinned, "and very vigorous measures must be
i used if you expect to restore her to health.
! t- . - .. .... . .
iivorce tier immediately Irom nnvt mio- men
send her to ilancinsr school, that she ninv com-
, -,, ' ' , , , , . ,
bine exctvi.se with order and melodv. and thus
some of her rough edges may be rounded'
The child her large eyes wide open with
wonder ami delight interrupted with:
"Dancing school? O, how I've longed to go
but niother guys i 'Is wrong, and leads to
wiclcedoess."
What a dilemma for a physician! What a
.1 r ! ,. i. : i i i
UilCllilUU lOl 11 C1IIILIJ
! 4tTv- , . , ,
J Did ?',u ev er "'tend your daughter to play
'the piano, guitar, or other musical instrument?'
said I to the mother.
"O, yes," was the answer.
"Why," I continued, "why' show such par
tiality to the upper extremities?" The hands
are rendered happy as a medium of melody;
the feet are rendered equally happy hi the same
way.
A nice afternoon school received the little
1 git 1. who grew in health and harmony ever'
! month as she followed the hygienic rules pro
; scribed for her.
i
f Dancing ia a . healthful, beautiful, graceful
recreation, and is not responsible for the abuses
luxuty has tiirowr around it. The vulgarism
and excitements of the ball room have no more
to do with the simple enjoyment of the dance
than tiie rich wines aud sumptuous banquets of
the gouriuuud, in whom they induce disease,
have to do with t!ie temperate repasts that
satisfy the natural wants of the body. Dr
11a r lot K. il u nl.
Sale cf S'alsarr, Cook & Co.'a Proyrty.
To-day, Selovcr, Sintoi: & Co., of laud sale
notoriety, aud the accomplices and companions
of Palmer, Cook & Co , sell a large amount of
real estate, of which, although it may not stand
in the name of Palmer, Cook & Co., thev are
the real owners. This is the first public step of j
this fti.Io.l ....lit.ool !,. ok ;. hooso tow aril wind- ;
lllg up
Wo only mention th.s, so that the
public liwv knov; of whom thev have ptu'chastd i
and look after their titles. i
We take the above from the San Francisco j
Evening Bulletin. This firm were the origina-
tors of the nomination of Fremont. He was j
associated with them in various mining and j
land speculations. At one time they were joint j
owners of tho humbug Mariposa estate. Fre-
moat's nomination was u gross fraud upon the j
public a mete -speculative movement ot a set j
of desperate gamesters Had it been success- ;
t'n!, and Fremont's election secured, it would ;
have Hindu a fortune for the originators of the
movement, includimr Banks, Wilson
movement, inciuuing uatius,, iison, mnuieii, :
Ureelcy, and others. It
Greelev. atid otiiers. Il n oved7tTo we vCr-a ;
. ;
most UISUmLIOUS spccuiauuu iu iu lum-tim-u
. . ii . . ... . t
i It has ruined all pouticany.
It has ruined all Politically, and driven the
prime movers, including Fremont, ii. to financial
j as well as political bankruptcy. Such should
i always be the tale of m one who seize upon
JTews.
y Ewsr APi'.ns in Cai.ikokxia. tio!d and news
papers appear to be two of the largest products
of California, and probably the latter have
is great or greater effect upon the real pros
perity of the State as the gdd itself. In San
Francisco there are no !es than fifteen dailies,
ten weeklies and one monthly. In the State
it large there are twenty-five weeklies and one
monthly. With the press so well sustained,
there is little fear or doubt about the ultimate
success and prosperity of that young State.
There is an editor t-a confirmed old batch
v lio declines accepting a wedding cake when
ie pa'dlshes a marriage. He says it looks likt
cotiatenaucing matrimony
and abjur
clrrssipffTi
J Renins, depn'f ia.
tionedj conimoid"D8e
ntton to I113 wares by ad-
j. . .
phrase and - modest, type,"
fVaUliC, d.; Ffftttng that
rn ' hand, ant! co fjr'
ier of brown pipkinc., dec--
he liocl )
yFiisemewr' wvre -Rpteau) vyr ,
per.?.? Sflwitmrt . Cbssa fulintna-
1 Tvnnn&Z verte; again In prose;.
aressiowlWy-vreK tvnograuKlvally
j Vt cfr.iA)i most crothfc Ktrl- ima(Winlo.
j .. . 1 i
refill 1 --rvr :
l' -V'' J ,-w -;V'r
I civTuusiw. tirmii t lie alert to h ither
itg )Cst at the CS)ei,se of oth;rs. Anou come
j , t of foHowers j'n"t,c track of the "Original
Jacobs" of the fantastic advertisements, ntid
these enrmoniiit followers are Ktpndilv inereaS-
inches of a column. Then we
ics of certain boots, and shoes,
talked of in the form of a cross; tho 'benefits of
I Kilcmalls panacea printed in the shape of a
church-steeple; the advantages of using Smith's
patent door-niats desantied upon in lines radia
tingly angularly from a centre made of the
number of Smith's place of business; and now
and then we find a business announcement in
the shape of a star, or else zig-zaggins all
through a page, in rude resemblance of a flight
of stairs, it appears to ns that this mania for
advertising in unique styles has about reached
its culminating point. The ingenuity of the
novelty-seekers seems to have been exhausted.
Rut let them make another effort before they
give up the ship. How would it do to try a
little advertising after this fashion? Par ex
ample: The editor of "The Weekly Blaze"
wishes to adil .half a million or so to Ids already
couutlcsH legion of subscribers. The triangular
octagonal, square, and circular "cards" are, we
see, "played out," (that's a vile phrase, but it
means what it says). Let him attempt a uias-
! ter-atroke:
LLOOOOKK IinEERREE ! ! V I
TTTIHIUKEE
WWEEEEKKLLYY UBLLAAZZF.E I
11,000,000,000,000
CCIIUIICCUULLAATTIIOOXX 1
WWtlt.1. OCOOXNTTAAUXN
1
4
BCUU YYTITT 2
I! 11 U U Y Y I I T T 1
BBUUYY I1TT!
We charge nothing for this suggestion. It
is at the free service of all who can derive profit
from it. Sunday Times.
One.-of th k Scekches. Job Kolic was'one
of 'cm on the stump. A douhfe barrelled
throat and lungs as large as two bushel baskets,
enabled him to electrify his constituents, up to
a fighting point in less time than it would t,akc
a Susquehanna raft to go over Niagara Falls.
His great speech in Bob Stabbs' ten acfe lot
was a crusher. For the sake of posterity we
give an extract: " Ff.li.ow Citizeks : You
might as well try to dry up the Atlantic Ocean
with a broom trntv, or draw 'this ere - stump
from under my feet with a harnessed gadfly, as
convince me that I ain't trwinc to be elected
t"iS y oppoiient.aon t stand a chance;
not a sniff. ' Why he ain't as intellectual as a
common-sized shad. Fellers, I am a hull team
with two buIl-dos under the wr'gon and a tar
bucket
1 am. If thar's anybody tnis side of
wliar the sun beginsjto blister tho earth that
ai1 wallop me, let him show himself I am
read' Buys, I go in lor the j American engle
claws, stars, stripes and all ; and may I burst
mY everlastin' button-holes, cf I don't knock
tlovv" drag out and gouge everybody as denies
nie- m
The Bottomlcs Pit in the Mammoth Cave of
Kentucky is suspected by many to run through
...l.l .11. . .. ,r.F.L I, T"!,,. 1. .1.
I too huiu t!tJu;viri ui inv; tunii. i uiaiini
terminates in it, and the explorer suddenly
h:nioU Urimhi unon ite-LrUfc. BiHridiiiL'
, ..
n'ou ii iiu)eiiiiij; miuiuiih, .,;ioi.unuiuii oiitc
I sides By darkness terror, a jrulf on the right
and a gulf on the left, and before him what
seem!? an interminable oid. He looks aloft ;
but no eye hua yet reached' the top of the great
over-arching dome; nothing is there seen but
the flashing of the water dropping from above
siuiliiifr as it shoots 1 ,y r! the unwonted gleam
of the lump He look! below, and nothing
there meets his glance save dark ties as thick ns .
lampblack, and he hears a' wild, mournful
melody of water, the wailing of the brook for
the green and sunny channel left in the epper
world never more to be revisited. Down goes
.1 rocJ; tumbled over the cliff by the guide, who
is of the opinion that folks come here to see
and hear not to muse and be melancholy, lliere
,t goes crash 1 it lias reached the btTt torn. Xoi
hark, it strikes again ; once more and again,
still falling. Will it never stop ? j One's haii
begins to bristle as lie hears the sound repented,
rrowing lens and less, until the ear con hear it
no longer. Certainly if the pit of Frederick
shall be a thousand feet deep, the Bottomless
Pit of the Mammoth Cave must be its equal.
Why is a man's nose like a furnace? Because
it requires constant blowing uow-a-daye.
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