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,han o,i2 y-ar u iL-s pai 1 in advaace. : ' fe
V'ith thj vi :w of, estt -a ling t:e eirc il tticm and n-
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vty certU por qaire of 16 lins. iSr et, Tfrthe first
tad SO e-its for p:ich ut-iri;ient ?n-vrtibn' .nnf?P8tiiO
lvo; tis..m .t in piti,H ,T,o.-i fvr more an two uiitT -.,r.Mav
, - - I have iu use one of these raehinc
wu;i ii win oe..iiargttu.- " . ;
For chrcc mo th-, " - - - - - . $1 09
For fix months. ... - 6 00
-For twelve mo iths, - - - - - 10 00
All a'lvt'rt3sr'm "its m ist have h -'o-ir -d nnmh r of in
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5eU;i);is oi Hi in. orth -r vi-e 'h 'v will ho
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Sp-jcial
alt- n'.ion is dircrltd to this r-iiiiition.
VvM. F. W I ft HTM N & CO.
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VHoriicy ill ti;uv I-'o yrtlc villr, .V. C.
ice at tiie corner of CoV; andliGiven trcet
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attoiixey at law,
ATTENDS tU C-i n-ts of C.i;n'.-i land,
V.'ake and John-ton.
-VI Ires?. Toivn-r. Il.irtvtt Co.. N. ('.
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cor. 1 i nuat ion of h'
his thanks to
liberal patron
d. and hopes.
letsipess, for a
same:
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ha coman.i.t 1 d basin ss 01:
own re-p.'-iibility. on Un
til -iue of Person street, two
d.-ii.i-.-Vw' ilrci'H lictow the ( ape tear l.aak
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all hi
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' Ills ol 1 -1 . .' i . I where he would
1 I t'.ieiiJs. He .Vp'cfs to k'-ej
..) 1 a I -s.e.-f.rf -at . fS.t I !b-s. Ib idlc, W hips,
vcrv t'i'iig in his . ,;' b:i":nss.
fi. lli -.vlll at "U t i r.-p liring of Saddles, llar
Ae.. a 1 1 his ciiar 's shall he moderate.
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until further notice.
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Xi stalilisir.n -;ut to t
HAS removed
his I!ort A" Shoe
to the corner of
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Franklin streets.
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in a id under the rooms
f T. II h is 01 hand a
id I'AN".;:. HOME ami
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best s! y le at hoit
IC solicits a com
toi'i r.- best owed.
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tia the SE:;..N"D MONDAY in Feb try I S.7
ih - Coart. ilo i-..' in ti: twa of l-'avelteville, the
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years, .-. r. eral tracts of LAND in the counties of Cunt- !
! m'I 11 I a i I i I ira "I I . :
One tract on Mr Western bank of the ("ate, Fear j
Kiver. b do.v Sal til's ferry, coiifaiiiipg aboitt lifteeu j
11 i.!:v.i a. el ii v-:i i acre.-, i he Plaiuion of the late j
Ileary J-Jllio!. Tinn-e is w lit" estate iu two. hundred j
,t 1 I iil'ty acres of this tract, which will not be nTered j
'or sale. The int 'rest in re crs'u.u will be disposed. .f I
in tli'. sal day. sep-iraie from -the other portion ol the !
riautaiio.i.
. 50 acres 0.1 Lower Little River
on pl.'f c '
tli;3 aci'-s on Lower Little Ivivi
. known as tho Gil
r, former residence
;.f Alex.r Williams. Jr.
15 acres n ar Kiliofs Mills.
550 acres on the Juniper,
o )0 acres 0.1 I it 1 lo Mill Creek.
oilO acr-eon Gibson's (.icek --tl
.suiuiair place.
.'lK)acr-js near .Ic Arthur's IJridge.
Also tho Sa.
Mill Timber 011 ucres adjoining.
;.i):l iirivs iv, rdack r.raech. near W. J . ICelly 's. And
he Saw Mill Timber 1 0 acres adio'tnin"-.
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North b- of t'
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i:)i) acre
Mills' form.
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Also, a i
Lots in t'l
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1 2 shr. res of
Plank Road.
li) -hares of
' Stock in the
Stock ill the
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Raleigh
Naviga-
Fayetteville rind
Plank Road.
share-; in tliedpe Fear an'! If
tion Company.
!0 shares in the Cumberland .Yowl
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And an uu-
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livide I iiiferost in th i r.'h f:c-il App-Jratu
. These s ties are made utider a power in th ? .11 of
ihe late IK-iii'v Eiiicf. '
ALEX'R ELLIOT, i .
J. G. SHEi'HERD, I, rs'
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'Pirfessop-WoimI's ir Ue.-torative,
toi-.tale s''1 S.J. HINSDALE.
Anjf- 30. 185f,. 913-tf
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Tllit floATtXO BALLS ' JCSCTCKLfe
V ASIIIXja 31 A Cl I INK.
The fmh-tcriber having purchawl the. Kight of the
afcore iMachiac for the Coif ntics of CunXtYllnd aad
Harnett, i now. xewdy to furnish nch a may fc
desiroos of oT?tilinin2 Rtsht. The machine i simple.
ibh'VB US'! fetnicttire aodxpn-aton. and should any
porVou of it Kill. ei be emulv and pt'dilv repairen
'y aiy iktsoi o:ivmn me life oi iwiia. i 'iu nc. uiaiui
f'lr tliis .machine moro than what it is djle to perforin
ith, that ,?lerteriptiii i0f.-Jxr
fitmifV; IS'aMe to supply. .wit
which almost every
thoat. nt all interfering
the first Dlatte a child
hav:ihar won it ooerale. few times, and if the dircc-
.tip; are jtdherAlo,-wil do sj much work in one day
throe or- lour Jwoinii.$fse diiiry y.- and tb
worn will be miieo ictterdane.
April 12, 1856.
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F a yette viLiji. X. C April 9. 1850.
Wo. thennlersi.srnel. having purchased of Mr lsham
Hake one of the a'tove ni icliiiifs. cordially recominnc
it to thy I'Aw.r of the 1'ijblic. Tt witsheM very rapidly,
and the work is much lx-tter done than is usually done
iu the old way, and with les weftr t" the Clothing.
It far exceels our expectation, and has only to be
se-n in operation to satisfy the nio.-t skeptical of its
utility and economy. We have no doubt of its being
generally used wherever introduced.
I. G. McUaf.
J NO. D. WlU.IAMS,
John I). Stahu,
JosEi'ir A. Woktu,
A. J. O'Haxlok,
David Wemvss.
W . J . A n ii nn?o -". ,
Wl. MoTjAfRtT,
A. I. UlRT.
J ah. G. Smith,
i We . in company with several other jrentlemen. saw
a four dollar bill which was ery ifirty anl much
I defaced, put iu and washed out j'V tliis machine, re
' uioviiia; all tlie dirty appenvanee of the Wll. and b-av-i
iiiir it perfcc.rty legible, which a'mws there is little or
i no rubbing r rodi.c"il in washing tin" articles.
I Fi:-K- X. llOHKTlTS
: 1 J as. G. Smith.
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Jaco.i.-t. Nat.i.;iw! . S
French. F.aglish a.i-i .-'.a
Clot!n a id Cassim -res.
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Satiaetts. Jeans and Tweeds,
Plaids, Liaseys aud Kerseys.
Carolina au-.l Marllioro" Stripes.
It leached a id Mi'owii Shirtings and Sheetings,
White mid Colored 1 hiilnels,
Drillings an I Tickings.
lrisn wiaeiis. irood assortinertt.
I
tu":i Ta''lf.' t.'loihs. Towcltngs and Napkins,
trufo Ai?Aii'Mr,t W?rs. - -
'oi"l ;I
Ribbons. Pel's. t:dves. l!oS.icrv. Ac.
ALSO
. Lits. Caps. Bonnets, Ibiots. Shoes and Umbrella
general as.-ort meat of
7; t: . 1 n i-.ii.-i UB ol o Tirrxa,
iml every vari. ty in tiie YANKEE NOTION LINE.
vhieb win oe sold at a siija.il anva-uoe tor C'ASIl, or
an time to puiiutual customers, either at
7 1 roesic or Hr'niil.
V 1 1 are respectfully invited tb give irfe St fc;i'l before
purchasing cisewl-'ei e:
B. F. PLARCE.
Hay St.. Fayetteville. Sept. 1, 185. 1 t-tf
rnCsi'FCTUs
OK THE
si)ir tiij:i;n- i.itkkaky. m r-:siccf e!k
For tUe Year 1S"I. July, to Heccnilter.
t iv as v v-tii 1 :to v Om me.
Ia i-sain-j: ihe Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
im.rofthe SOUTHKRN LITEIIARY MESSENGER,
.omineuciiig with, the July No., the Proprietors rely
solely on the encouraging letters and promises of the
friends of Ihe Messenger to aid them in extending its
irc'ilal.ou, luid thev beg to assure the public that no '
..-..,. . ...ill 1 " .1 . .1 ... . ... 1 . - !
1 .ii ot.- it-niiiicii on men- pari. 10 inainiain
tiie high charaetf-r of the work, and to challenge the
patronage of all who value sterling litorClY 'net-it.
For Twenty-One Years, the Messenger Jitis eiidefU o'l ed
to reliect. faithfully Che Southern mind, w hile disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has been alone
among tin- monthly periodicals of America, in defene
of the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
.SOUTHERN STATES.
To this odfee it will b devoted, and will be prompt
to i-p -1 assaults upon the Soul':', whether they cojuq I
lcr the.speeioits garb of fiction, or in tlie direct form
of anti-i;7'vef'y paniphlets. At this critical juncture,
while our enemies" are employing literature as their
mo-t potent weapons of attack, the Southern people'
vill urcly not uitlilnd l their eueourax 'inent from a I
work if hose iiiill it slall be to l tike blo.vs in their de
fence. The Messenger will, as heretofore, present its readers
ici.fft ViVivVw.v, JTisloricJil mid J3iogrnph.ic.il
S.tces, Afore.. 'Files, Trnrclx, Essoyk, Poiir.r,
Ord iqins, and Papers on the Army, JYuvi and
other Yiilioiial Subjects. I
iih a" view to ensure a larger circulation of the !
MESSENGER, the Proprietors thoiiuh thev intend
j greatly increasing the si.e r:f the work, have reduced I
j the price of Supscriptioii. w hich is now only
i. Three Diilars per. annum, In Advance, 1
j OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT PAID BEFORE TIIE ,
FIRST OF JLlil IN ANY YEAR.
CT-TTHSUcrrU'
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i'fecrs D'oliar
s in one i
letter, will be entitled to Six Copies.
The Editorial and Critical department of the Mes
senger will continue under the charge of .
IOII.V It. THOMPSOXi Kq.;
nd will enibrace 4-oi:loiis notes oil Current literature
and reviews of all ue-V American or Foreign works of j
general interest and value. The Editor's opinions will i
be always fearlessly and honestly avowed. !
Tli" Business Department is conducted by life uiide- :
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all con' u'.i iii
ations cf a business na-
-T. FriFiGUSSON A CO.
nk i in Street, Iii:iiK;s:u!, V
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FARMING AND TUP.
county, known as the P
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of ihe
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'0-t pi.il ty x: low ;r
t-ils i:r-: ii .: vl,y. t i u'm
roles of. the Fa' vet lev ',,
on t D" R vi i I !;o v.i
fh pines, and v.-itl.iu six
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I M.-ARTHUE.
J. P. ROI'ER,.
o. . iicivAY.
rcr particulars appU
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Nov 2!, 1S50. 2fi-tf
Wanted.
A first rate SADDLE aud HARNESS
.'MAKER, to whom sroixl waares and stc id r
'.nj)!ovmiHt AviM' be given. A'p'ply at
iiis o.lice, or address . ; - .:
J. IL HEATH.
Dec. !", LiJoiT,-. : .. 28-if . s i Clinton, y. C"
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Maryland LiOtteries
CJORBIN & CO AGENTS.
A FORTL'XE FOB THE TRIAL
Tcere is a tid in the 9air of -man
Which, if tke: at Uie-liood, leads to for tone
nue. - .
ovptbui. uir tfik-K vr?TT RiniTPfin r rw.
T- -
Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily.
K K.N YOL K J ) KUKKS - :
to coumir s co. ':
The Old Established Authorised Atrents : who bar
SOLD MOK PRIZES ; - . ' f
Ttan anv other oliea in the State rf Maryland. J ' 'P'M'V, or fihal jadmcnt willle against him. "
ALL FUIZSS GUARANTEED 0"VHl B STT- Witness. A lexawler McMUlap, Clerk of aid Conft.
SIV(JLK TICKET.aiJr - . $t office in Luinlierton. the fciurh Woiiday in Septeia
VhntM .(1 ITftlvP sa .J:n oI -4W, A.-D, 1856. i This Dec.2, iRii, '
CBRTIPICA TBS OF PACKAGES V
e Tickets at gI
26 Whole Tickets
26 Half Tickets
Purchasers,
TRV PACKAGE.
For $2.5 we send package Whole, Halves t Quarts.
For 310 we send package Halves A two Whole tick-ts
For $5 w send package Quart's fc one Whole Tick t.
Look at the following
SPLEXDID' SCHEMES.
One of which are drawn at li o'clock each day of the
week.
BRILLIANT.
47,287 Dollars.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY.
CkA33 310.
CORB1N-& CO.. AGENTS.
SCHEME.
1 prize of
1 do
1 do
1 do
$".000
1 ,000
500
1 50
I do 1 S7
lt!0 do 00
64 do 20
64 do s
0t do 4
4..'528 do g
22.170 do 1
24,861 prizes Sriic tinting to
S47.2C7
I . T, " 1 A - - . . - . 1
. ltcRet'suoa'itt J:y t!-'! Packajro are alwava th .' ' :n
ISIIAXT BL.AKE. l roStable to the Purchasers. ' !
CAPITAL PRIZE.
.".)()) Dollais.
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTFtt V.
Class 102.
CDRBIN t CO., AGENTS.
S'UEMS. ,
1 prize of
10 do yl)0
1 do ill
do so
-00 do 0
dq lo
:' do 8
120 do 4
:;.!()(" do 2
23.4UII do 1
27.S14
pri.eii umouiiting to
. o-
Si7,217
Class 255.
CORBIN A CO., AGENTS
St'itEME
1 prize of
I do
1 do
2 do
211 do
00 do
00 do
4.22C- S.i
i :55.710 do
ss.oo
1.5;ii
1 k000
:50."J1G
prizes. amounting to
Tickets $1 Shares in proportion.
We invariably answer letters by return mail, en
closing the ticl'cts iu a good safe envelope; and always
observe the strictest contideilce. After the !ra,w i!gis
over, we send the official drawing, with a writkui ex
planation of the result of the venture. All
Prizes bought at this office are payable immediately
after the drawing in Current Money "and we take Dank
Notes of any State, or Dank draliijjii payment for tick
ets at p'ar. For odd anion n is in makings -haugC yre re
ceive postage stamps, they being more conveiiiciil than
silver. Co'i rcFpri'ih'iitsmay place the utmost confidence
in toe regularity and safety of the mails, as very few
or no miscarriages of Money happen when properly
directed tons. Be careful that you meiiUo.11 your Post
Onice.,Ceiunty and .State. Give'u'aat least one single
libit, ?oii c.r.nnot lose mufcti, if not gain. One single
trial may make you independent for life. TRY US.
There should be no such word as fail. Address
CORBIN A CO.
Box lftO Post Office, Baltimore J'd.
Oct. II 2f-:S
1YEW AiVD CHEAP GOODS.
James Kyle
HAS just receivejl a cry. large- aud general assort
ment of GOODS .Anibng which are,
French and English Merinos ;
.Do". Delains. Plain and Figured ;
Dress Silks, Fig'd and Plain ;
Black Fillet Mits ;
Sleeves and Collars :
Cloths, Cassiineres and Satins ;
Bear and Negro Blankets ;
:-4 to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Dcrriesties
Gentlemen's iiijau'y-Made Clothing,
('arpeting. Good and Common ;
Boots rtud Shoes ;
Anchor Bolting Cloth ;
Kerseys and Linseys ;
Irish Linens, Orash ;
Table Diaper and Napkins.
With many other orticles, all of which being pur
chased by the Package, will be ottered at low prices,
by wholesale or "retail. ....
Nov. 8. lvr6.
23-tf
DOBBLY HOUSE!
POWERS & TROY, Picpiictoi?.
JjA I ho 1 re'prietors of this Establishment an-
snouiice to tue public, that owing to tne con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
mem. tney have been induced to enlarge the
accommodation by the addition of an extensive Dining
Room on the lower floor, and suite of Rooms on the
second floor; thus enabling them to accommodate all
who may favor them with .a carl. And they pledge
themselves to an increased exertion to give satisfaction
to their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached and careful Osilers in
attendance. .
The eligible location of the Establishment, with ihe
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
comfort of their patrons, they hope will secure to them
a iihorij share of the travel."
The Western and Southern Stages arri ve at and depart
fro ;u tliis House. , -
C; i riages in attendance on arrival rnl departure of
Si -aia Boats, fcr the accommodation. f passengers.
IIoi--es and Carriages furnished ,at any notice for
carrying travellers to anv part of the adjacent country.
-. J. W. P IWERS. ' W. C.TROY.
Fayetteville. May 12. 1850.
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W. P, EHiottf
COJIJIISSI OX ?I Kit C II A X T ,
FAYETTEVILLE. N C
Afcent for Lnttt-rloh it f o." Stvnmboat Line
, Urill ntti-rt promptly to all Ija-iio-Ms entrustp.t to hi? earn.
Oct. 2l..ISi6. . ..- -.. . 21-tf
a iOO lb. Tall w Anted,
Fox which the highest cash price will le paid.
Oct. 1, 1533, A. M, GAiirilL'LL
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KOHTH JlltOLI.A ItOBESOX
Superior -Court of'LtiwFaU Term 1850.
waivum nsiKicT flt jonirsiou vsjona. n . ueiran.
. UUMil.XAL AT T A G H M K N T.
It RppMirin to the sa'isfaction of the Court thatth
M de 'ndant is not an inhsibitanf of this State.' it is
i"erea oy me vourt mat roirtietionT.e - .mane in tne
J .J . . X
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.r- j iiiir ii7 vij'jt ?-jj;ii:." ui i-ix ei'tv?. nuiii v 1111; iiir-
aaid Jonathan W.Iiecran to armear at rthe next tcim
Jf the Snnerfor Court of Law for the count v of Rohe-
f n, athe Court U011.se in LumtK-rton. on the fourth
t Momlav in March next.and then and there to .dead or
fe"' &n iu isiV
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AT McMUXAN. C. S
32 ct ... 5
T t ; C I .MUtAa.t'0as90 Jl
COl'XTV.
fSitZfteriar Co ft ri of
TXj?P'nU 5V4X -
iam Bovce it Co
. vs. Jonathan v . legan
ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
Ti 4 t- i--r- ii .i
It appeariug to the St-tisfaction f the Court the
a'..-...i....r : :.,u.i ...:, : t -
, , , ... 4, ... .. .. ...... , -
oi ui,ii u ii. vuiii i, i v a u "iiLiti it'll ' iii-.vi"- in
j the North Carolinian, a iu'wpiiper published in the
Town of Fayt'tteville. for the sjiace ol'rii.v woeks. noti-
fvinff tlie saia Jonathan Y, Kejran to appear at tit
ty
the
to
a
said
in
STATE OV
BkOltTII CAItOLl.NA UOBKSOX
COV.VTY. !
.Stcperlor Court of L,mc Full Term 185G. j
Churchill Walkley & Johnson vs. Jonathan W. Rcodn j
ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT. i
It appearing to the Satisfaction oj' the Court that the !
said defendent is not an inhabitant of this State, it is j
ordered by the Court that Publication be made in the !
Nt:rth Carolinian a Newspaper publi.-hcd in the Town j
of Fayetteville. for the spave of six weeks, notifying j
the said Jonathan W. Rt'gan. .Va appear at the next !
team of the Superior Court i?T Law for the county of
Robeson at the Court house in Lumberton on the 4th
JMpnday iu March next, and then, and there plead or
replevy, or final Judgment will le given against him.
Witness, Alexander McMillan, Clerk of paid court at
office in Luniberton the fourth Monday in SrpteniVer
A. I. 1S50 Dec "2ud I85C.
a. McMillan, c. s. c.
Jan. 5 0, 1857. 32-6t
STATE OF
NO It TI I V V ! t i 1. 1 X V 1 1 k. S t V
COl'XTV. ...
Superior tCiiir't of Faxr Full TerrA !8"C
I... B. ciodwin vs. C. W. (Trawford
. ORKHNAL .ATTACHMENT
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the said defendant is not an inhabitant, cf '.his State
it is ordered by the Court t hat Publication, bo made
iu the North Carcliuian. a newspaper published iu the
Town of Fay etteville. for the space of six weeks noti
fying the said C W; Crawford to appear at the next
Term of the Superior Court of Law for the County of
Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberton, on the
fourth Monday in March next, and then and there
to plead or replevy, or final judgment will be given
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
sanl Court at oilice iu l.nmberlou. the lourtti .Monday
in September A. 1). lS.iO. lhis Dec. the 22nd lno.,
. vii,i.t:;.i;. si- -
rfP-rSlOttTH'- Cf.VtttJ M .V A BOB ES05
rOCSXTY.
Superior Court of lnv-Fill Term 1856.
Nicholas Povvel vs. Stephen li. Martin
4 ORKHNAL ATT.VCHMENT
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the
si.itl defendent is not, Inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the court, that publication be made in the
North Caroliniau r. newspaper published in the Town
of Fitiyutte.ville for the space of six weeks nriM living
?Fe said S-tepheu 11. Martin toajipearat the next 'i. erm
of the Superior Court of Law for the county of Robe
son, at the Court House in Lumberton on the fourth
Monday in March next, and then and there to. plead
or replevy or final judgment will lie given n gainst
him.: Witness Alex in lcr McMiiia t clerk of said
Court at "Ifi.-vi in Lumberton. thp fourth Monday in
ay
September A. D. 1S5(. This Dec. 22nd IS5fi.
a. McMillan c. s
Jan. 10. 1857. 32-fit
C
STAT K
OK SOUTH ( A UOMX l UOBiCSO.V
KKXTV.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions JYovevi
ler Tern;, 1856.
B. Freeman A Co. vs. MabviHi Barter.
Attachment Levy on Laud.
Judgment nisi for nineteen dollars and twenty cents
and interest, since the first Jany 1S55. and co.-ls.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, upon
affidavit tiled by the p'lahuilfsj that the defendant
Maleom Barter is not an in habitant, of lhis S'aie: o so
jiibsji-orfds 'jr conceals himself that the ordinary proces
rf Jaw "cannot, be served on him and YViilium J.
Brown. Constable, returned into Court at this t-nn iui
attachment against the said Maleom Barter with the
fdilCAvinf endorsement iit vi..: . Levied this mtneh
rtieut on the legal and equitable interest in anil to a
tract of Lan.4 supposed to coiitaiti ninety -set ei sicres
more or less, as the lands of Maleom Barter, joining
the lauds of Daniel McMillan. Mary Graham aud
others, -on Richland Swamp, about one mile from Phi
?iide'p'h;s . CHil-h. this Sth November IK'itj. it is
therefore on motion ordered by ll'e Court that pubR.
cation be mailein the North 'Carolinian, a newspaper
I printed in the town of Fayetteville. for six weeks suc-
I cessiveiy, notnying tne said ueienaatu to be ami ap
ittm i" li f, we t ln .1 iist.u-es r l:ii. iuvt f.iti'i't ft I
I t.'uartet -ressious, tie rcid tor tne county oi Kobe- j
. . r i . . i .. . i
I son at the Court House in l-mmoertou on the lourth
Monday of February next, then and there to show
j cause if any he can. why judgment final hall not bo
j entered against him and the land levied on oonileinned
to oe sold in saiisty ine piamttti:- oemi-mi and eo;t3.
Witiji'-ts. Sha'drarh Howell. Clerk of our said Court
at till ice jri .umlterjon. the .fourth Monday of Novem
ber A. 1. 1S50. and of Ainericau lndej:emieiice. the
81st vear - Issued the 27ih day of Di '-etljer l-SoO,..
SHAD. I HIW.ELIj. Clerir.
Bv ti. FREEMAN. D. C.
Jaay 3. 1S57. 3l-('.t
STATIC OF
OItT!I f t tltlLIX A-.. liOliivSO-V
COVM't.
Court of Pleas aud Quarter
oe.si7W5 Jrcm- 1
bcr Term
1 rtoo.
The Petition of Amos Butler. Pinckney B. Ili'l and
Russel Hill by their father and next friend John 11:11.
Elias Bullock and wife Nancy; Spiers Yarnum and
wife Mary: Henry.. F. Pitman and Johu Hamilton :iad
wife Sal' ai'd lsham Butler, and NancT Butler w idow
of Wlliieni Butler.
Against Obcdiah Rutler and John Butler.
Petition for a sale of Slaves.
It appearing to th- satisfaction of bo Court that.
O bed i ah Butler and John Butler the ilefendants in
this case reside beyond the limits of this State. It is
herefctre.on motion ordered by the 0-". irt -that publica
tion be made in tt: North Carolinian.., a newspaper
printeil in ihe town of FayttevilTe. tor sixnecks sne
.essively. notifying the said defendants of the 'diner
f this petition and that unless they appear at the next
term cf the Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions to ho
held for the county of Iftibcsou at the Court House in
Lumberton, .ui the fourth Monday of February p.e.vt
md answer the. petition, or the same will. bo iakea
pro confessio anl liearil expnf te ds them.
Witness. Shadvach Howell. Clerk of our said Court
at office at Lumborloa. the fourth Monday oi' Novem
ber. A. D. 1 50. and of American . Independence, the
sist vear. Issued the 27th day ot DeceniisT irirt.
SHAD. HOWELL. Clerk.
" By D. FREEMAN, D C.
jiM in ii nn.-.-)u)i-n:,ri.:mHiiu.u- ior i ui' iouu i . .. , . , , - lot I . ! i.. 1 w .l.l In Ii hnin tlm
of Robeson, at the t,oui t. House in Lumberton on I ' ' ,, ! , . f, ,m..,.i. . f :,i e - . . .
fourth Moudav in March next, and then and there uim: u. wan. i.u..; " 'V" 7 r x '."""" ! amount Ol property clestroj-CU by tires, Where,
plead or replevy or final judgment will be ffiven i at olticc iu bmWi V-'. .l" ' " " ' I I... lM fi .
gainst him Witness Alexander McMillan Clerk of her- A- u" . ""'r,t:i"1 "uc ; , ?'- , .'.
Court at office in Lumberton the fourth Monday i tisl 'Pi'T' ,SL IU " c " I . . , e, .T ',. , ninl the nirc rebate would te inercaseU to
September A. D. ISoG. This 22nd I)e'. lf..C. ' ' TV"" : 1 'A ; l i ,1.-r.l...l.lr Ofm MM i.. 18r.fi anrl to 1 K -
Jan. 10, 1857. 32 6 1 ' ' I Jany HVi?57. 3I-fit f j OOO.OOU i!i i8u5.;
1 V .
I
STATE
j Cnurt xf. 'PleattvQttiftfer1 Session ttknoe
I ... : ,.: . H rim-1 X-IG i 1
.'Dr,. IJ. ..MiCLywin. y.Jialcojn. Baxter.
Attachijeit JieTyon Land
Judgment
hisi for Sixty dollars and iuteret- from
. : , , i23 Demtjer rt.j 4 aiid" cost. ? v t,'
It appearing to the tifaet ion5 of the Court upon
ailldavit filed -.byt the J4aiaUiT; that the -JMfcndaiit
Maicoih Baxter in . wrt" uifiauitaut of this Sfat or so
alcoid.s or cgnceAls'bimseir1, th"it tlie ordinary process
of law cannot lie.rierved.O iiiiMV-aid Williia Jtrpa'ti
t ...ii- . i" :' . . .2." . . i - . ... "i..'..i.
mo.it ygait the eaid Maiio Baxter with the follow,
: . . i . ' . i . -. . t , .. . a . f i i
iK i-iiuiiiwiiii-hi iu n li i,,iiCUWi OH iracKi inim.
containing Ntnetv-seven acres more or Icsf es ihe pf -
perty of MaJcm btixtra' lyfng on the waters of k-lir
! laud" Sw-aiiipboiit .one jnilg from t'hiladelplnii Chnrfrh.
I mm joins i lie ia.mrs oi wauiet .mcji iiiau. jjiu; urs-
f.tejn and otjieiH oiittaa t.Wr af Aud Swamp iu
aim join tie lamts or Uaniel McSlillan. 3arj-; Urr
KCjUi aad othem .oiit.tha east rr
loe??l Ciin i1'1: iV'85?1, .,KreM,1855..Urcre cl'c .w.lv W.'irosi-hfe loss of life
aluMi ti
i be made urttie :ort;cgaYitiiJH! m uiiOu
the town of Fayetteville, for jiafe WAeksuceehsivery.
i notifvin" the-said" defendant to 1k and appear In
! , ' "' f lu -. . i i i
; the J list ices of the next v Court or Pleas and Qiis
niter
! Sessions to be held lor tne county ot KoIh-soii at the
Court House in Lnmhcrton. on the fourth Monday of
February next, then . and there to show cause, it any
he can. why judgment liualMiaii not e enteral against
-,? t 1 i I I,- Ii XI t A 111? I X
4 n.i.rr k- i ci , J)V 1. i-i'. v. .-' v , ... ' - - -1
MOO HE COUNTY ' JV C ' ! whs 211- pcrsdlff ...Hilleu- 36, .wtnuea . 12i.
' , ' "' ' . A ... ! flic nlsmlier of ucvidents iu 1855 was-21
The Trustees are happv to announce to the public; -that,
the lith Session of this tfiaiitution will open onfKlljerl 1 4 to, woiHnleu 10 1.
Monday the 1 2th January next, under the supervision ; fh;Tty Revolutionary soldiers died in the
of Mr Archibald McLautsiin as Principal. i,--. , -. .0-."
Mr McLaughlin is a gi;.duate of the University of j L lilted CtHtcS 111 18 Ob.
North Carolinr. anil his te-timoiiials are of the highest t m , . "
character, warrantimt the Trustees in giving assnfimoe V ,
to all who may fed1 uisj.osed 10 Jiatrojiize .the .Jnstitu n IsWIMl I .IllJ. ..
tion. that they will have the advantages of vstematio - . The Queen of the A nt illf'S ""1 ' the rIoI J of
and thor.mgh iiis:iuction. . :. , ' Spain. She iS uiiarded with nireiuid cherished
The Acadeniv is situated nine miles east nfj arthsge 1 ; ' U. i; . .
near the F,ayUeviHe and WesternPlnuS Rord. i'n the i With aTettlon. hw? JHcc the -Or.tend maiii
midst ofa 'e,-y healthy. mora! and intelligent neighbor- I f.wto n..nl i ai.t.i.riMWf the Sn.itiidi forces
hood, and it will therefore be free from many nf the
vitiating influences which so much endanger the health
and m'nrals of students in Town and Villages.
In order that the benefits of the lostitution
IIHir
within the reach of all. thofii
dhiv.in"hiowriites d tui-
idance. have been adopt-
tiin per session, navable in ad
ed :
!uiglih. according to :ul tineemenl , $10 to ?15.
Latin. 1 in
inati;s. SI.".
,k, French, and higher branches of Mathe-
Arnold's at
Excellent Hoard car. be obtained at Mr
S7. and other hou-?
in the-neighborhood. . ; .
-.! .J.oy.Ll Mcdonald.
Dec'r 20,
llobeson institutes
M. CmtltIE,,rRINCJliiL.
The exereises of this Institution will be resumed on
Monday the 5th January next. , . .
Tuition per Session. Spelliow Sfi. 'Common En-
gush, s I S. rsatrral Scier.ee
i3. Auiiifii. I.ati-
i.guagcs. lt. Student are ' pr
pare
d foi-
ie
opn
, lass in the i.im'ewity ot .n. v.
eveb.siv m nf w ,.l I
ishuic-aml room lierhtsr.'"'-
! Board and tuition payable iu advance, if required ;
j The traveling public are also informed thai un?r:vhw j
1 'ile accommodations can be obtained 'ct !:c Stewards :
: Hall, on reasonable terms.
St. Paii's. Dec. 20. 1850. 2(i-3t !
Xiancl for Sale.
The Subscriber idlers for sale, his' LANDS in Har
nett County, consisting of Three Hundred and Nine
Acres, n ore or less, .situated aud lying in the fork of
R.irhaeue and Upper Liitle River. .1 wiM .sell all
together or in lots to suit the rurch'dscr. Tho-e wish
ing to purchase -will do well to examine the Lands, as
a description here would bp useless.
i will sell the above named Land on the premises on
Thursday the lath January IS57. .
For further particulars, apply to John Small, or tnj--self
at Owcpsville. N. C. -
W. A. SMALL.
Owerisvilie."Tec. 13, !S5(Ji 2S-4t
S IT it v i: S T I X Ij I X S V KC o H :
Ilavlng beeti appointed Inspector of Naval Stores
1 am prepareu 10 periorm all duties in tr
line of
! business either at, tlie River or ih.Tewo. I have
convenient and commodious WARE-HOCSE on
' ce'rder of (rillespb; : Street, and can he found at the
. jsioie oi .v. m. iru:poeii s ween wnntett. ;
' I will take pleasure in lUtei'dine; totli'iehusines.s of .
riy country friends, and hojte by "a strict attenUoa to'
! business t. merit a share of . the public patronage. My )
charges shall be as moilerate a., anv one can expect, i
I will do my duty to both buver and "seller. .
WM. R. WILEY
D
ec. 20. ts.5(
2i)-tf
.liAXIIOOI
AI ITS PREHATiaE ;lEf Ll. ;
Jat PuiilUhca, Oi ai is, ihi af: H I'lmnoiii "l s
I-l-.W l OIlPS (IX TK KATIONAI. 1 IlHAT
eext, withnit Medicine, of SpermatcH-rhi a or
Local Weakness, Nocterr'al 'Emissions. Get.-
itat and
Nervous Debility. Impoteucv. aud Inu.edi-
meats to Marriage generally. -
isr n. UK lanky
p.
Tb'e iirnH-tnti fe.a il..,f
alarming co-
- .. . . ' . 1 J
in nriwieiieo .,,.,1 ,,iii'T..i.. nf
. , . .? " - -
youth
tun. may be easily removed without Mcdicin -. is in
... r - - - -
tnissmail tract, clearly demonstrated; iindthe entirely
ne-.v u n.Miie-hlv successful u-en t i,.en4 A,i;,t,j i.r
the
oil-,
for
A utl.cn; fi,Ty e.vj.-h,-,,ru by mean. f a.hlcU every i
iseuabledto cure -himself- perfect Ir and -at the!
t possible cost, thereby avoiding aii'iin? Ail vi 'rtNed !
,,"t.r,TVnel,,C,;,y" - - , J
Seut to any address. iraatis-aTid 'prst Pp-in-a s-ab d '
envelope, bv remittiuir t.ioj; ni.i i '... t ..,. I
to Dit, B
Dk Lanky, 17 L.t-onai-d sti-.,.i : v i:itv
Dec jKiiti v.s j.
Money Waiiteti;
Iv.i!!selt my DWELLING IIOUSK and loti at
present occupied lly myself, situated in lower Jiny
dtevill., 011 Person street, opp'ositi' "V.r O.
Houston s
i,, ii;.r ti... 1 ..t a. .' .. ...
' i i'4 cc'iiuiiiis liver Join on.
acr and
11
J louse is corr.fortii'ble fcr
a Sit. all fiimiW-
1 1 re . r ,1,. j .tn, ,r,,v.l .....11 .. e ... . '.
..,1 . c'i 01 water eonvenient
Apply to . R. D. DAVIS;
. ' ' , I , ' rcr JOSEPH VliLEY'.
P. Sr If th above pfopriH- i; nt"privat-fx-'di.
posed of by- 1st Ja;iarT, it will then je otferl rt jmli- f
Dee. 0, Is.jG. - 27-lt" '
(Jootls at Wholesale. ,
Tlieubseiib"rs lg leave: to advise theirusfoniers
and .-.'ercb-.-MU geiienilly. that thev heire ree iv.-d a
part and expect to receive the lialanee of-their recent
j.uicliaes in a few .lays. Their Stent k will be- much
larger and more complete than they have ever Cffered
embracing. a g.-neral assortment of
GROCERIES
, - Together .witS --r; '
H aid tr arc and Cut levy, Hollo Wore
; t ,
oioesf
All ofv
, . . . "
i-n, Ol IV
.-n nave been ijouidit h
y one of the ljrin '.-
press! v f
tho Wholesale Tradf:
Their ten-: ; will be
to oronm: ' dealers-.
is hfivfolore, on the usual ti.me
i o ca;a oityers a
easonable discount will be made.
v .- ' G5-W. WILLIAMS A CO.
.-.:--;-..!e. Aug lj H-tf
5 JC TTKi fi,
StatVKw
hut
te aatheri the follow!
aUl
Dwltkecjebt c!sctt; -lie persons
were kiUedtBiiVa,l:lj 142 railroad
accidents in'tfejitutVilSlatlls.'- Among the
killed were 20 engmce-;nd -28 nreran.
Da
' .. -. . m. . . . . a i j an
ri,c lS;ii) tliere WerC 'Vl P v KllieU 1IHI Uiir
; , , ' , '. ., . .
j v. onndcd by Iposimilar.JiceiUe!
j Inhere WCt'C 8d feres.iw 4h"p
aceidepls.
Uuited States
l-. . , . , , - i oo ! T
i 185G, which inyplveu ifrioof 188 lives, in
-j,nt jig. ' ., ' t , 1 kf
i c nuiobcr of llres in I he tutted States in
1S,II no", ir ti'ja mrtnnrltf wad ftttr
' v . ' ' J
;20,00Q lit e;u li,)..ViS 22T, and the argrcgflto
i04SS'&9 i ir.S MM niritit. m Ui nfilStMy flOO
000,o6H Iti 1853'.
! " iiuiiiuci oi MVtellJuuiib iiti-iuuuis in xooi
on the island .have trraduallv inereasetl, and
i larye . sounilroiis . wateh a round lur rousts.
f0--...1 1---Tl.r,-
j C-iba ebnttiUwi fioiti Mir.ty-tirb to thirty-five
thousand siimire miles of the richest soil, and
its jiroilucts are immensely valuable The popa-
Vuion Jj the cloe of, ,185 Wnf, eKthltlted at
l,415,ff2, di.iiicd according to 5l r Thrasher
j whose mitsfortunes became ko much a subject
j of interest with his American friends as fol-
I lows
" i-
il llli.?.!
Free colored
Slaves
ft(U,o!)3, or SO percent.
219,170, or 15 j.er cent
65-2,599, or 46 per cent.
This .population has increased in the follow.
4 ralio: . '
UI!
In 177
170,070
- i ,1 82'it' was - " i-,v v 43a
1841 it wks
1850 it was
1855 it was
1,007,624
1,247,23d
TIIKOC KAX TELECR.tPH
It is stated that the telegraph .tolls over tlie
Atluvtie telegrapli (wii:e vill be about one
dollar, per word '' hi-l is pretty heavy expense.
Tlie .transactions in tock, &c., will be sent to
Lcndon r.ud Liverpool eyerj day , nt three
o'clock in the afternoon, and will ui ccnseijiienco
of the differencu of time sonic live hours be
iecejyc.d jn the lad:n Atlantic . cities of. the -!
United Stat,es bcfore.noon,, fortnjng the basis of.
; operations !) ere for iiliat, day in other words
the doings of the London -Exchange will he
known here before Cliane hours, and will be
-published in the papers of the same. evening be-'
, f'pe they arc laid beforp
tlie Lritish public.
rruiisitciions on the I'ari.-i JJour.sc will be sent
in the sailbJ manner.
1 ' m -m :
,i ' ' . T
.Jv.lCK Ilons;-;.s ,N'I .TSIKIK iVlXNlSG.s. A I.Oti-
" don writer, iu givjujr a descridiou of tlie sale
; rooms of Messrs., TATrKit.sjiLL, iu that city, says .
j "The value of the property which passes un-
der the haimne.rs of the Messrs. Tattersnll seems
immense, when we consider tiie number ot lots
pint up for sale during the year, and the great
.... e i .... i . .... 1 .1... ..i 1 r.,
1" ul f'" ",vm-
four thousand guineas ; Uay Middleton realized
three thousand live hundred ; Plenipo, five-
thous2.iid ; w hilst six thousa id five huudr. d
,
.,';,..,: u-is ..aid fur Hibbie Xoble. One nmv
" . ' . . ,
! tense to, wonder at Mich prices, says tho
$'rmiio;ham .Journal, "when we t'.nl that the-
-r .. ,
Firing Dutchman won nts owner nearly X.20,-
000, in stakes alone and , the winnings of him--
,
self and his half-brct Uer. an Tj otno. who be-
: - i . i . , i. ..,v.......i
, 'Oi:ge.l iu iue suuie owner, iiiiouiiic u iu ioi,-
"000. Cvtherstone. won at three years old, 12,-
j 165 West Australian, 10,065 ; ami Surplice,
t 0,375."
ri-i
IjCckt Musician.- A .blind hand orir.
ist, who went .bo'ut -tit streets of Koch-'Vter,
X. Yi, witli -a pale sickly little daughter l as
fallen heir to an estate 'hv.-AVhIcs, said to bo
worth $1,000,000. A prominent legal firm'is
j that city ii now, engaged in making out the
j necessary '. papers.
Within the last nix- wcehc, fct'.r fchoeks of an
qrthqHa,ke haye beeh felt in the neighborhood
of Hickman, Ky-.
r:--S.-. jr
7 l" r'lM.n
rrti f I.. II.
Co.VVICTIONVOF IIUSTIKfiTOS. J '(-.!"' - u
Huhtiap ton forgery case of Xew York havo
icnd.red a verdict of guilty. The four!
U need him to theStule's pron for four years
and ten months. He fcouly 3S years old.
"pif 'baring the past -year.. $31,000 wero
raised within the bounds ofUie Alabama (Meth
od is O Conference, for Mi?siotiary pnrposes.
    

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