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FAYETTE VILLE; N. C., SATURDAY, JASTUAEY 24, 1857.
WM. F. wrtillTMVX k CO. Proprietors. W. F. Wiglitman, Editor.
VOLUME XVIII NO. 934.
le R.st IE II II IS-t fcSl :- I I
t e n m s
OK SUflicniPTIO.V TO THE CAROLIXIA5!
r or a stugk copy, if paid in advance, per annum, S2 00
at the end of 3 months, 2 50
" " at the end of C month, 3 00
" " " at the end of the year, 3 30
No subscription will be received for a shorter period
han one year Rains paid in advance.
Willi the vinv of et -a ling the circulation and en
hancing the nf ilnexs of the paper, the proprietor of
fers the following remarkably low
CLUn Ji.1 TE S, l.'VA Jil.lBL V -V A I) VAJ'C :
5 cops of the Carolinian, 1 year, 38 Oi)
10 " " 12 00
Rates of Advrrthin?:
Sixty cents pfr sqnare of 16 lines, or less, for the firat
and 3(Lcftnti frifib snWoiWui inoertJori, miiIbss the .
sid-ort:sment is published for more than tro msr.ith.
when it will be cliareA
For three rnontbs, $4 fiO
For six months, - - - - 6 00
Fr'i- twelve months, 10 00
AU advertisements must have the desired number of in.
Ffr:.U-iris marked on them, orth"rwi-c they will be in-K-rted
till forbid and charged accordingly. Special
attention i dirrrled to this requisition.
F. WrOIITM N & CO.
Atloriif y at F'sv J'O t c v i lie, 3T C.
OHiee at thn coruer of Bow and Green street.
.1. A. SPKAH.S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTRXDS t!ie Courts of Cumberland, Harnett.
T.Vake aiiii Joiinslon.
Address, 'l'ooiner, Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 1 ii, 1,S.'G. S.j-y
B.Ut TIT IV FULL ER,
Attonicy at faw,
1' A v t r S V I L Ii E i s , c .,
SI y bi co!i:iU":l at t!ie Law OHioe of Jesse G. Shop-
o l i iT.vmi .Nireei
J) It. K. A. 15 LACK.
OFFIChI Kro.it Uooms, over Dr. S. J. itinsdale'
Cae.nit a.i-i Drusr Store.
i'ch'Y 7. IHMi." 8 l-tf
1 .V Jl K L K f-' A C V t J V,
'BY' (JKO. LAL'Dit.
ea Iv I'Mp.i-ite to K. V. Willidris" Auction Store.
Kay tt 'viile, X. 0:
O t. 1. 1S". " v
Ps) li SA LB.
I A :r"- .si' L v i 1. lyiapr mi Cajie Fear Iliver Store.
D.vs-Hiii. O it II ci-; -sail in first rate ord-r. The Store
is at a fine business stand at the Cross Itoads and the
an 1 Is not t. ! "vl- 'I!" I bv a.iy in Xorth CanMiin.
Aav p -l'-'vi tlt..!riT.' to pnrehae can obt.iin further
p-rti-v.iin rs re.sp'et.ii the property by callins cn
eith : of n t W'illis' Cr-' -k o i t!;e Wiini'ntoii lload
is mijs i- . r it-vii! .
o. t, 4. is if jamivS wmaur.
WOl'LI) return bis thanks te
the public fur the liberal patron
age hr !kis received, and hopes.
by pnnctitalitjf in business, for u
continiiAtir'p of ihe same.
He lias commenced bnsin ps on
his own responsibility, on th
nw.- V .)
: son tli snte u i erson srrei.-i . iwo
jr tijj-. .:i.rw:i' ' (bioi s lselow the Cape Fear Bank
t'i ,!.) !. ab-ive his old stand win-re he would
l i t ! i s-i .ill his oi l friends. He ep--cts to keep
oa h.vil a i assortment of Saddles. Bridles, uip:s.
and everv t ' 1 1 1 1 in his li:ie of bii::iss.
N. ??. II will attond to rep tiring of Saddles, liar-ne-s,
&s., a. i.l his charges shall be moderate.
September 13. I Soli! l'.-Cm
jtjiy MeLaun-.i it Stiaitge will pay tho high
est cadi priee foi Turpentine until further iic'tiee.
l V 1 T I ir HAS removed
ill . I1 IX U ! J IV his ISoot A Sho-
SwSsb-TT &3 establishment to the corner of
-tit (Jilicsi)ie and Franklin streets.
opposite the State BittlV. in and under the rooms
f.ir:i'"rlv oe4ijii-d bv the S of T. He has o:i hand a
lb -t i m'" stock of FLA IX and FANCY, HOMI-3 and
l'-dl' ivT'.ii) It-iots, S'aoes. (i liters, .tc.. and will niami
fivd are all artiele.s in h'.s line in tiie best style at short
police. Than'aful for past favors, he solicits a con
timiation of the liberal p Hronaire heretofoi bestowed.
Dec. l:!. l'.'i;. 28-tf
3 ia. rni .sjj
OF VAIiU.VKLK LAXDS.
On the SHCOX!) MONDAY in February 18,"7, at
tlie Court House in The town of Fayetteville, the mi
d'M'si.aed will oiler for sale, on a credit of one and two
years, several tracts of LAND in the comities of Cum
berland and Harii'-tr.
One tract oa the Western bank of the Cape Fear
River, below Smith's Ferry, containing a'nmt fifteen
handred and sixty-five acre the l'lantion of the late
Henry Kiliot. There is a li fe-est;tte in two hundred
and fifty acres of this tract, which will not be offered
for sale. The interest in reversion will be disposed of
on liie sale day, separate from the other portion cf the
.'') aoies on Lower Little Iliver. known as iho Gib-'
0 G acres on Lower Little Iliver, former residence
of Alev.r Williams. Jr.
4" acres near Flliot's Mills,
no!) acres on the Juniper.
300 acres on Little Mill Creek.
GOO acres on Gibson's Creek the Sinclair p'laec.
.310 acres near MeArthur's Bridge. Also the Saw
Mill Timber on 300 acres adjoining.
5')) acres on Black Branch, near W.J. Kelly V: And
the Saw Mill Timber o'ti 110 acres adjoining. :
3 .".) acres near Miinroe's Bridge. North side of the
4i)0 acres, including the Mineral Spring near the
Mills formerly Cel. Murehisou's.
3L0 acres on Grog Creek, near the Favetteville and
Western Flank lload.
50 ilC1" cu the North Prong of Anderson's Creek.
. Alo. an undivided interest, being one-third of two
Lois in the Town of Fayetteville on Rowan Street
known as the Armstrong lots; and in 28 acres of Land
on the South side of Little iiver, near DUio'Fs Mills.
At the same time, on acre-Jit of six months will i,-.
12 shares of Stock in the Fayetteville arid Western
10 shares of Stock in the Fayetteville and Raleigh
Plank lload. .
shares in the Cape Fear and D :ep' Iiive'r Naviira-'
tion Company. .
10 shares in the Cumberland Academy. Acid tin un
divided interest in the Chemical Apparatus therein-
These sales are made under a power in the Will of
the late Henry Elliot.
ALFX'R ELLTOT, 7Fv.i
J. G. SHEPHERD, f S'
,0ec 20, 1S5C 29.ts
Wood's Hair Restorative,
S. J. HINSDALE.
for sale bv . .
Ah.?. 30, ISjG
THE PliOiTISG B.ll.t.S OR KXUCKLE
A SHI XG 31 AC! 1 1 S K-
Tr.e subscriber having purchased the Right of the
above Machine for the Counties of Cumberland and
Harnett, i now ready to . furnish ' such sut "may he
desirous of obtaining a Right. The machine iss.iu'plc;
both in its' structure ami operations, and should any
portion of it fail, can be easily and speedily repaired
by anv person having the use of tools. I lo not claini
for this machine more than what It is able to perform
with that description of labor which almost every
family is able to supply, vyitl.fait at alhiiilctfering
with the ordinary duties.,. In the first place a child
12 or 15 vears of age can perform all the lalxir. after
Laving seen it operate, a lew time, and if the direc
tions are adhered to, will do as much work id one day
as"-three or four women ia. the ordlnafy jt":mt titei
work Wilt t2 much lxetter done, Below will lie found
a certificate from Ulose who have purchased and now
have in use one cf these machines
April 12, 185G.
Fatettevili.e, N. C. April 9. 1856.
We. the undersigned, having purchased of Mr lshatn
Blake one. cf the above machiues, cordially recommend
it to the fivor of the Public. It washes very rapidly,
and the work is much better done than is usually done
itt the old vyay, arid with less wear to the Clothing.
It far exceeds 'our expectations, and has only to be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
utility and economv. We have no doubt of its being
generally used wherever i unreduced.
P. G. McRae.
J no. D. Williams,
W . J . A x n k n.-s o s ;
A. P. TIlrt,
J as. G. Smith,
John- D. Starr,
Joseph A. Worth,
A. J. O'IIam.ox,
We in company with several other gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which as very dirty and much
defaced, put in and washed out by tliis machine, re
moving all the dirty appearance of the bill, and leav
ing it perfectly legible, which shows there is little or
no ru'edMpg produced in washing fine articjes.
Frank X. KobkrtS,
Jas. G. Smith.
11LL TRADE, 156.
IS. F. Ii A 11 C E
IS NOW OPENING, a large and desirable Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting in part of
Black and Colored Silks,
English and French Merinos,
Plain and FigM l) Lanes, some beautiful patterns,
Black aiid Fancy Alpacas,
Edgings and Insertings,
Collars and Under.-deever--.
Caet'.s and Whalebone Skirts-
Jaconet, Nainsook. Swiss and 1'laid Muslins,
French. English and American Prints.
Cloths and Canst meres,
Satinelts. -leans and Tweeds, .
Plaids. Linseys and Kerseys.
Carolina and Marlboro' StHpos,
Bleached and Brown Sliirtings and Sheetings,
White and Colored Flannels,
Drilliugsand Tickings, .
Irish Limms. good assortment.
Linen Table Cloths. Towelings and Napkins,
Shawls, Cloaks and Mantillas,
Extra quality or Bed Blankets.
Ribbons, ilelt?, GleAes. Hosier-, .vc.
Hats. Cans, Bonnets. Boots, Shoos and Umbrellas;
general assortment of
11 A D Y-itADE CLOTHING,
and every vari.dy in the YANKEE NOTION LtNE.
which will b- sold at a small advance for CASH, or
on time to punctual customers, either at
Wholesale or Hclnil.
All arc respectfully invited to give me a call before
B. F, PR ARC E.
Hay St., Fayetteville, Sept. 1, lSofi. -;tf
r no s pectus
OK Til K .
SOtITI3Il5NT MTKIIARY M liSG UK
For the Year 1S5G. July to December.
In issuing the Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
ume of the SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing with the July No., the Proprietors rely
solely on the encouraging letters and promises of the
friends of the Messenger to aid them in extending its
circulation, and they beg to assure the public that no
"x-n-tions will be remitted on their part to maintain
the hie h character of the work, and to challenge the
patronage cf all v In; value sterling literary merit.
For Twenty-One Years, the Messenger has endeavored
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has been alone
among the iriorithlv periodicals cf America, in defence
of the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
To this office it will he devoted, and will be prompt
to repel assaults upon the Soiitli, wlietller they come
under the specious garb of fiction, oi in the direct form
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critic?! juncture,
while our eneniies are euiploying literature as their
most potent weapons of attack, the Southern people
will surely not withhold their encouragement , from a
work whose aim it shall be to strike blows in their de
fence. The Messenger will, as heretofore, present its readers
iviA. llevicws. Historical and Eiographicnl
Sketches, Nov ch Tales,. Travels, Essays, Poems,
Critiques, aiid Papers on the Ann if, Navy aiid
other National Suhjccls.
a view to ensure a" larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though they intend
great ly increasing the size of the work, have" reduced
the price of Supscription, which is now only
Three Dollars per.' annum, In Advance,
OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT PAID BEFORE THE
FIRST OF JULY-IN ANY YEAR.
CLUBS Remitting ns Fifteen Dollais in one
letter, will be entitled to Six Copies.
The Editorial and Critical department of the Mes
senger will Co'ntinae under the charge of
.JOIIJV K. THOMPSON, Esa-
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 and honestly avowed.
The Business Department is conducted by the under
signed, to whonl all communications of a business na
ture ntust be addressed.
MACF All LANE, FERGUSSON & CO. -Law
Buildiug. Franklin Street, Richmond, Ya.
June 1, 1856. : - - v
Fiv.e! Kevcnihs of the FARMING AND TURPEN
TINE LAND iu JIftrnett county, known as the Parker
and McNoiy lands, joiniug Win. Harrington's land on
Upper Little River., 'here is some 200 acres cf the
le?t quality of ldw grounds on the River. The up
lands are heavily timbered with pines, and within six
miles of the Fayetteville and Western Railroad.
For particulars applv to 4 D Mc ARTHUR.
; , . v , J. P. ROPER,
'x. 1 v - - -j J. W, McKAY.
Nov 20, 1856.' 26-tf " '
A first rate RAnnt P 'i tr i nvrSr.'
-M AtvU, to whom good wage and steady
i riV,v nieni wilt lc eivtin. U .it
' this office, or address rl J
k t ti . tin m
Dec, 13, 183C 28-tf ' ' Clinton, N.C.
COFvBIX S CO AGENTS.
A FORTUNE FOR THE TRIAL.
" There is a tide in the affairs or man, -Which,
if taken at the flood, leads to fortune." 1
ONE TRIAL MAY. MAKE YCU RICH FOR LIFE.
Spleudid Schemes Drawing Daily;
: - SEND YOUR ORDERS
TO COJIIJIX & (DO,
i The Old Established Authorised.. Agents who hare
SOLD MORE PIUZES . .
Than anv other office in the State of Maryland
ALL PRIZES GUARANTEED BY TIIE STATE
Wholes &1 Halves 50 cts. Quarters 25 cts!
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES. . ,
26 Whole Tickets -
2S; Half Ti.ikets . - "f , " j.60
Quarter Tickets 4.00
NOTHING VENTURE. NOTHING GAIN.
Tickets Bought by the Package are alrt ays the most
PrCtitahle to the Purchasers.
For $25 we send rjackage Whole, Halves fc Quartets.
For S10 we send package Halves twe Whole tickets
For 55 we st rid package Quart's & one Whole Ticket.
L6ok at the following
SPLENDID SCHEMES., ,
One or which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day of the
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY.
CORBlN At CO., AGENTS.
1 prize of $5,000
1 do 1,000
1 do odo
1 do 1 50
1 do 1 37
HiO do 05
til do 50
61 do S
tit do 4
4.32S do 9
22,176 do - 1
24, SOI prizes amounting i'6 S47.267
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY
C3RBIN & CO., AGENTS:
1 prize of S5.000
10 ' dd 500
1 do 111
S do SO
200 do 20
63 do Id
63 dd .S
126 dt' 4
3.906 drt ' 2
23,436 do 1
27,814 prized amcniiiing to $17,247
COPBIN CO,. AGENTS:
I prize of
prir.c?, amounting to
1 ickets id shares iu proportion.
We invariably answer letters by return mail, en
closing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and alwvs
observe tlie sirictefl: cVrMideiu
e. After the drawing is
over, we send the official drawing, wilh a written ex
planation of the result of the venture. All
Prizes benight at this office are payable iniiriediatol v
after the drawing in Current Money, and we take Bank
Notes of any State, or Bank drafts 'in payment for tick
ets at par. For odd amounts in making change we re
ceive postage stamps, they being mure convenient than
silver. Correspondents may place the utmost confidence
in the regularity drid safety of the maii. Sis very few
or no miscarriages of Money happen when properly
directed to us. Be careful that you mention your Post
Office. County and State. Give us at least one single
trial, you cannot lose much, if not gain. One single
trial may make you independent fi,r life. TRY US.
There should be no such word as fail. Address
CORBIX t CO.
Box 1!)() Post Office, Baltimore Md.
Oct, II 21-Giu
NEW A.TD CHEAP
HAS just received it verv larire and eeneral assort
ment of GOODS Among which pre;
French and English Merinos:
Do. Detains, Plain and Figured 5
Dress Silks, Fig'd and Plain ;
Black Fillet Mits ;
Sleeves and Collars ;
Cloths, Cassinieres and Satins ;
Bear and Negro Blankets :
3-4 to J2-4 Bleached and Btdwn Domestics j
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing,
Carpeting, Good and Common ;
Boots and Shoes ;
Anchor Bolting Cloth ;
Kerseys aud Linseys ;
Irish Linens, Orash ; ..
Table Diaper and Napkins.
With many other orticles, all of whicH being piir
chased by the Package, will be offered at low p'riccs,
by wholesale or retail.
"Nov. 8. 1856. 23-tf
DOBBtY HOUSE !
POWFiltS Jt TROY, Fropiietors.
The Proprietors of this Establishment an
nounce to the public, that owing to the con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
them, they have been induced to enlarge the
accommodation by the addition cf an extertsH-e Dining
Room on the lower floor, and' suite of Rooms on the
second noor; thus enabling them to accommodate all
who may favor them with a call. And they pledge
themselves td an increased Cxertioh to give satisfaction
to their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
comfort Of their patrons, they horie will secure to them
a liberal share of the travel.".
The Western and Southern Stages arrive at and depart
from this House.
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure or
Kf:f:iirf Boats, for the ar.pnmniAilitWii f niuwnonrg
Horses artd Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying travellers to any part of the adjacent country.
W. POWERS. . C. TROY."
: Fayetteville, May 12, 1S56. rs-tf.
W. P. Jriott
r COMMISSI oii M Ell CHANT,
. .-FAYETTEVILLE. X.'C.--
Affnnt for Lutterloh k Co.'n Steamboat Line
Will ttfat promptly to alt business entrlistt-d to liis tare.
..-Oct. 21,1556.- 21-tf
10,000 lls. Tiillow Wanted,
For which the I'lgbe'stt cash price will be paid.
Oct. I, 1856. A; M. CAMPBELL
STATK OP NORTH CAROLINA nOBESOX
. , , COUNTY.
I .Superior Court of Law Fall Term 1856.
" Churchill Walkley &, Johnston vsJona. W. Ilegau.
. . ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT. ,
-It appearing to the saiisfaction of the Court that the
td defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the Court that publication be made in the
North Carolinian, aNewspliper published in the Town
Fayetteville for the space of six weeks, notifying thy
id Jonathan W. Regan to appear at the next term
.of the Superior Court of Law for the county of Robe
soa, at tHe CViurt House .in Lnmberton. ou the fourth
iM&aday. in March next. and Uien and there to plead or
replevy, or final judgement will be against him.
1 Witness. Aleruder McMillan, Clerk of said Court,
at ofliee In Lumoerton, the fourth Monday in Seijtem
ber. A. D. 185B. This Dec. 22, f56. -
A. AICAlIILiA. j. O. Vj.
tfi OP NORTH C V I rjLH A-iinuiSOA
Superior Court of Law Fall Term 185G.
William Boyce & Co. vs.: Jonathan yT. Regan
It appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court the
sajd defendent in not an inhabitant of this State it is
cidered by tlie Court, that Publication be made in
the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the
Town of Fayetteville. fur the space of six weeks, nc'ti-
f'ying the said Jonathan W. Regan to appear at the j
next Term or the Superior Court orLaw for the Coun- ;
ty of Robeson, at the Court House in Lnmberton on j
the fourth Monday in March next, ami then and there i
lo plead or replevy or final judgment will be given!
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan Clerk off
said Court at office in Lnmberton the fourth Monday
in September A. D. lt56. This 22nd Dec. 1856.
a. McMillan, c. s. c,
Jan. 10, 1S57. 32 6t
STATE df SOUTH CAUOLIXA ilOHESOS
Superior Court of Laic Fall Tzrm 1S5G.
Churchill Walkley it Johnson vs. Jonathan W. ReSan
O RIG IN A L ATT ACHM ENT.
It appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court that the
said defendent is not an inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the Court that Publication be made in the
Nrirth Carolinian a Newspaper published iu the Town
of Fayetteville. for the space of six weeks., notifying
the said Jonathan W. Regan, to appear at the next
team of the Superior Court of Law for the county of
Robos'irt, tit itfe Court hoiise in Lnmberton ou the 4th
Monday in March next, and then and there plead or
replevy, or final Judgment will be given against him.
Witness. Alexander McMillan. Clerk of said court at
office in Lumberton the fourth Monday iu SrptemWer
A. D. 1S56 DeS 22ud 1856.
a. McMillan, c. s, c.
Jan. 10, i857. 32-6t
ST ATE Of SOUTH CAll(HA A UUBKSOX
Superior Court of Lain -Fall Terir. 1S50
L. B. rjodwiti vs. C. W. Crawford
It aoneariiiar to the satisfaction of the Court that
the said defendant is not an inhabitant of this State
it is ordered by the Court that. Publication be made
in the North Carolinian, a newspaper published iu the
Town of Fayetteville. for the space of six weeks noti
fying the said C. W.Crawford to appear at the next
Term of the Superior, Coiirt of Law for the County of
Robeson, at tile Court House iu Lumberton. on the
fourth Monday in March next, and then and there.
to.ptvwvJ orTeplevy, or final judgment will be given
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
said Court, at office in Lumberton. the fourth Monday
in September A. D. U-56. This De e. the 22nd I.S55,
a. McMillan, c. s. c.
Jan. 10, 1857. 32-iit
STATE OP XOitTU CVItOLIXA ROBESOS
Siipcrior Court of Law Fall TcrrA 1850.
Nicholas Pbv'.ei vs. Stephen II. Martin
OR IG IN A L ATT AC 1 1 M EXT
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the
said defendent is not an Inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the court that publication be made in the
North-Carolinian a newspaper published in the Town
of Fayetteville for. the scafe of six weeks notifying
the said Stephen II. .Martin toappear at the next Term
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 against
bim. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of said
Court at office ;. Lumberton. the fourth Mondoy in
September A. 1. 1856. This Dec. 22nd 1S56. j
a. McMillan c. s. c. ;
Jan. 10, 1857. 32 -Ot j
ST iTE OP NOItTII O VltOm- A UOiii:SOS
Cltl'STV, - i
Cotlrl tf Picas ahd Quarter Sessions Norctn'-
her Term, 1S5G.
B. Freeman & Co. v.s, ..Mad'ori; Barter.
Attachment Levy ou Land.
Judgment nisi for nineteen dollars and twenty cents
arid interest since the lirst Jany 1855, and costs.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, upon
affidavit tiled by the plaint ill's, that the defendant
Malcom Barter is not an inhabitant of this State, or w
absconds or conceals himself that the ordinary proces
of law - cannot lie served on him aud William J.'
Bfcwii. Ccitstable. returned into Court at this term an
attachment against, the said Malcom Barter with tlie
following endorsement to wit : "Levied this attach
ment on the legal and equitable interest in and to a
tract of Lami supposed to contain ninety-seven acres
more or less, as the binds of Mnlcom Barf or, joining
be U'mds of Daniel McMillan. Mary Graiiain and
others on llichlaud Swamp, about one mile from Phi
ladelphns Church, this 8th November 1856. It is
therefore on motion ordered by the Court that publi
cation He made in the North' Carolinian, a newspaper
tainted in the town of Fayetteville, for six weeks suc
cessivel,. notifying the said defendant to beand ap
pear before the Justices of the next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, to be held for the County of Ilobe
s6n al'tbe Oonrt House in Lumberton on tho fourth
Monday of February next, then and there to show
fcaiiae if any l?e crtn. yrtif .judgment final shall not be
entered agairtsf hini and the land levied on condemned
to be sold to satisfy the plaintiffs demand and eosts.
Witness. Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at office in Lumberton. the fourth Monday ofNevcnl
ber.A, I?.-. 1H56, andcf Antericail Independence, the
Slst year Issued the 27th diiv of llccenibe'r 1856.
SHAD. HOWELL. Clerk.
By B. FREEMAN, I). C.
Jany 3. 1S57. 31-6t
STATE . OP.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
bur Term, 1850.
The Petition of Amos Butlef. Pinekncy B. Hill and
Hussel Hill by their father and next friend John Hill.
Elias Bullock and wife Nancy; Spiers Yarnum and
wire Mary; Henry F. Pitman and John Hamilton and
wife Sally and Is'fcatn Butler, and Nancy Butler widow
of William Butler. , .
Against Obediah Butler and John
Petition for a sale of Slaves.'
It appearing to thc satisfaction of the Court that
Obediah Butler and John Butler the defendants in
this case reside beyond the limits of this State. It is
therefore da niotion ordered by the Court that publica
tion be made iri the North Carolinian, a newspaper
printed in tho town of Faytlevil'e. for six weeks suc
cessively, notifying the said defendant's of the filing
of this petition and that unless they appear at the next
terra of the Cdurt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be
held for the county or Robeson at the .Court House in
Lumberton, on the fourth Monday of February next
and answer the petition, or the same will be taken
pro confessio and Heard exparte as them.
Witness, Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court,
at office at Lumberton, the fourth Monday of Novem
ber, A. D. Ij56, andof American Independence, the
81st year. Issued the 27 th dav- of December 1856.
SHAD. HOWELL. .Clerk.
. .- By P. FREEMAN, D. C.
Jany S', 1S57. ' S1-C5
STATE OF NORTH , iCAROLISAUOBESOX
COt NT Y.
Caurt of Pleas Quarter Sessions Norepibir
Dr. II. McLean, vs. Malconi Baxter.
Attachment Levy on Baud.
Judgment nisi for Sixty dollars and interest from
22 December 1854 and costs. -
It appearing to the satisfaction r, of the Court upon
affidavit tiled by the Plaintiff that .the Defendant
Malcom Baxter is not inhabitant of this State ur so
absconds or conceals himself that tins -ordinary process
ot law cannot be served o.i hini and William J. Brown
Constable returned into Court'at this term an attach
ment against the said Malcom Baxter, with the follow
ing endorsement to wit : Levied : on a tract of Laud.
. , -.. w.- li ti t... '.Z.
Containing .AlllVl J-t-ovu atira ium c ?ll !t-s i:ik jI :f
la4i?irarn alynt one ri.il frorn I'hiladelnhug Cfcurehv
and jofns the t&tVds 'ofDiuuel M Chilian. Map '-. Q-k-haiu
and others joti the east side of. said iSwamp iu
Robeson County October 10th day lS5f. It is there
fore on motion." ordered by, the Court, that publication
lie made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper printed
in the town of Fayetteville, forsix weeks successively,
notifying the said defendaut to be and appear before
Jiiati' of the next Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions to be held for the county of Robeson at the !
Court House in Lumberton, on the tourtn Monday oi
Februal v, riex.L then, and there'to show cause, if any
he can. why judgment final shall not be entered against
him and the' lands levied on condemned to be sold to
satisfy the plain tills demand and costs.
Witness. Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at office in Lumberton the .fourth Monday of Novem
ber. A. D. l:s5. and of American Independence the
Slst year. Issued the 271h day of December 1856.
SHAD. HOWELL. Clerk.
By B. FREEMAN, D. C.
Jany 3, 1857. ' 3I-6t
JiLUN'S C II K K K .ACADE M V.
MOORE COUNTY, N. C.
The Trustees are happy to announce to the public
that the 6th Session of this Institution will open ou
Monday the 1 2th January next, under the supervision
Of Mr Archibald McLaughlin as Principal.
Mt -.McLaughlin is a graduate of the . University of
North Carolinr. and his testihibnials are. o.f thejiighest
character, warranting the Trustees in giving hs.mrance
to all who may feel disposed to patronize the Institu
tion, that they will have the advantages of systematic
and thorough instruction.
The Academy is situated nine miles east of Carthage
near the Fswetteville and Western l'lauk Road, in the
midst of a verv healthy. mora! and intelligent neighbor-
1'eod. and it, will. therorf're be frge Iro.fii, many of., the
vitiating infinehces which so much endanger the health
.,.,.1 ..t'ihl,.iit;.i Triivri nml Vilhufi-s.
In order that -the benefits of the Institution, may be
within the reach ofall. the following low rates of tui-
tion per session, payable in advance, have been adopt
English, according n advancement "j, $10 to $15.
Latin. (Jreek, French, and higher branches of Mathe
Excellent Board can be obtained at Mr Arnold's at
S7. and other houses in the neighborhood.
Dec'r 20, 1850 29-St
M. CUItlllE, I'RIXCIFAL. j
The-exerels! oxUiti. Ui-Utvi-'wVtt rrtrmed tin-'
Monday the 5th January next. i
Tuition tier Session. Spelling. SO. Common En- !
giish, $12. Nat it ral Science. 15. Anc'mnt Lan-;
guages, silrt. SvtiMents are iepareil tor tlie Siopn.
Class in the I'niversitv of Ni C. ...
The p: incipal Has cl-.a.ige of the commodious Siew-
ard Hall, where board can be obtained at S8 per month.
exclusive of washing and room lights.
Board and tuition payable in advance, iT required.
The traveling public are also informed that comforia-
1le accommodations ci'it l;e Ubtained at the Stewards
Hail. .n reasonable terms.
St. l'auls, Dec. 2o, 1856. 26 St
Land fbr Sale.
The Subscriber offers for sale, his LANDS in Har-
nctt County, consisting of Three Hundred aud Nine
Acres, more or less, r-ituated aud lying in the fork of
Barbacue aud Upper Little River, 1 will . sell a ,
together or in lots to suit, the purchaser. Those wish-
ing to purchase. Will t!b" well to examine the Lauds, as
a desedptic'n here would bc useless. .L
I will sell the above named Land on the premises on
Thursday the 15th January 1857. . - --'."
For fart her particulars, apply to John Small, or my -
sell at Ovvensville, X: C:
..... t . Y. A. f5MALL.
Owensviile. Dec. 13, 1850. s-4t
TfJliPKA'TIA'K ISSVhZC tail.
Having been appointed Inspector of Naval Stores,
I am prepared to perfdrni all duties in mv line of
business either at the River. or in Town. " I hare a
charges shall be as moderate as .any one can expect.
1 will uu I'.'j uni 10 ootn uovi ii.iu m-; is i t-
WM. R. WILEY:
Dec. 20, 1?5. 2f)-tf
f - I I . . . .1.... . ., 1.. tl. 1 71....
Ml) ITS PKE.TI.IT1RK DECLINE.
Jsist . PulIiriTicil, G t-it! is, tlie 'Hill Tiicusaiul t
A raw Woinis ox tiik Rational Tiseat-
sjKkxt, witnctit Ale!i?:iP, ot spermatorrhea or
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, Gee-
lient-to Mairia-e gerieraliy "P y' A'pcn-j
nf . dk laxky, m. o.
The important fact that the many alarming com--j
plaints, ori-rinating in thc imprudence and solitude ofv'
youth, may be easily removed without Medici.u, is in i
tills smalTtract, clearly demonstrated; and tlie entirely j
.new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by ;
Lilt; .LIUUIII . r.iuuu' ti 11 , UKdi.a ui " iin.it ( - 1 J I
'... t..! f.. 11.. ...-.. ;,w.l 1.,. Fi. . . im-aio
one is enabled to cure tumselt. perfectly nl ft the
least, possible cost, '.thereby avoiding all the advertised
mur-rrijms I t."e 11
Sent to any address, gaati- and post free in a scaled j
envelon". bv 'remitting tpoat paid) two postage stai.tp.s
to Da. B. Dk Lanky, J7 LeonanI Street. N. Y. City.
Dec. 13. 1856. - 28-1 v - -.
I will sell mv DWELLING HOUSE and lot. at
piescin, ooe.ipieo. uv iiijs-tii, t-m ivnci i,v-
etteville, on P"rso!i street, opposite Mr O. llai-s-tou's j
d Wei liner. The Lot contains over half an acre, and
- 1 1 r ..:.... ....1 : t i.'
lie House is comfortable for a small family, hav;
three rooms and a good well of water convenient.
Armlvto " R. D. DAVIS.
or JOSEPH UTLEY.
I . S.' if tli'-i above projierty be not privately dU -
iKse,i 01 uv 1st ja:tuarv. it w 111 men oe ouereu at puij-
i:t- iiietion p n 11
Dec. 6, 1856,
Goods at Wholesale.- -.
The subscribers beg leave to advise their customers
and Merchants generally, that they have received a
part and expect to receive the balance Of their fecenf
purchases in a few days. Their Stock will be rtuch
larger ami more complete than they have ever offer ml,
embracing a general assortment of .
Ildrdirdrc and Cutlery, Ifallcw JVcife,
Saddlery, Shoes, -Leather, .yc,
AH of which have been' bonght by one of the firm .ex
pressly for the Wholesale Trade. Their term wiii le
as heretofore, on the usual time to . prompt eaiers.
To casdi buyers a reasonable discount will be made,
j. . ,: . . GEO.AV.. WILLIAMS, A .CO.
Fayetteville, 'Aug. VS, 1256. U-tf
(convenient and conimoui Jus VAIIE-HOUSE on the : "milky water,' which is only seen in this region
i corner of Gillespie Street, and can be found at the Tt To c-t;'i , t ''f 1 1 ,1 ,1
. here of A. M. Campbell's when wanted. ! 11 18 htul J-Clded whether the effect is pro.
i I will take pleasure in attending to t he business of d need bv electricity, by atmosii'icric c.'iiis("j nr
mv country friends, and hope by a strict, attention to IV .'.,.;,.... t,.,, t, . ', P . -" ,
Liisincss to" merit, a share of the Cnblie. natrona-e. Mv U-V aU!mj,lU"C- .. Jl'-stt f Water, t SCCnicd as
FAYETTEVILLE, J". C.
'Bare rccd Fatiiionst.
An iiiillgnant Correspondent,, who wears lie?;
bonnet according: to rule aud fashion, on the
occiput! sends the following reply to a few lines
of poetic protest, which appeared in our selec
tions on the 1st ivst. We cannot now remem
ber where or whence we extracted the lines rc
fcrred to, but trust the author will consider
himself answered: ' . -
"Yon call this Womairs bare fated age,
"'-:" A?Si'lTO"joursei ves so ycrsujje
?5iif r7!it.v'c something now to tell
About the gentlemen as well:
Yon wear your I.a'r all o'er ybarfacc,'
And think it gives you such a grace,
Wliilc we are meantime taking note,
Ami think you look more like a goat;
Then too yo.i wear your open, sleeves,
Apeing thfi ladies, if y'o'i please;
And coat nh)st a yard too long, .
Completes the burden of my song."
"Fuel Famine" at the West. The position
oF Cincinnati with respect to fuel is said to be
at present emphatically that of famine. Thirty
six cents a bushel is now the price by the load
for coal, and exceeding difficult to obtain at
that, whereas the usual price is fifteen cents.
The Gazettb, of Wednesday, comments sc-"
vcrelj upon the conduct of several railroad
companies in failing to supply cars to those .vho,
have contracted to deliver coal in the city at
15 cents and 18 cents per bushel. It adds:
"Thcsh is much severe suffering on account
of the fuel famine. In consequence of the dif
ficulties mentioned above, and the failure of a
contractor to in Hamilton to deliver three
j thoiisantl cords ot wood purchased of him last
i jUMe, the directors of the infirmary had yestcr-
ay no tltel whatever to supply the numerous
, destitute widows and otliprs ilenenHino. n,,r,.,
them. The consenueuces were most imiiifnl
e were present ourselves when a poor,
weeping widow assured the board that, her
daughter was dying, could not live until night;
she was watching by the bedside without fiie
I to keep herself warm, or furnish the necessary
aid to her departing child, To meet exigencies
j of this character tome wood was borrowed, and
, a small supply of coal obtained at thirty cent.
' a bushel.
At Louisville there is also a "fuol famine."
and coal has advacccd to
40 cents a burhei.
I'he short supply is attributed lo the low water
j in 'Jie Ohio Iliver during the summer, and the
! . - . . ,
: close r navigation soon atter there was a rise.
! Skaters IIkwauk. On Friday afternoon
! .. ,i, i n
; sas thc Alexandria Oazett, a young man
i while skating on tho 'river opposite thc foot
uf 1Mt,tc str?et; broke u,ronsli 1,10 ice a,lJ for
S0I"C timo 1'' Situation was very perilous.,
After several unsuccessful attempts to rescue
l.;,,, ., t,.,;i.. r,., ti 1 1
"m , a iloi from one of the vessels lying at
the wharf, succeeded in getting a rope to him
.,,,,1 1,,. ... , .,,,iii ..- 1 .- , ,
e was pulled out, much exhausted and
nearly frozen. '
j -r .
j A "Milky Way" at Ska. A ladv. on her
t .. ' -
j voyage to Calcutta, writes the following, which
j we are permitted to print:
"When in the G ulf of Aden, we saw a very
remarkable sigh t. It was a rou"h and blowy
,,:,,,,. ff..,. ... .. , " , "'
; ?vei,ma u,'lt were called on deck to sec the
II tlie Vessel wei'e pi fingilifir thrbnffh reat drifts
. . me ujipcarance cxteuueu even to
, the horrizon, and if the air had been colder,
j and I could have caught the sound of sleigh
j bells, I should have lost ail idea of the sea, and
j imagined myself enjoying a magnificent sleigh
; ride. It was a splendid sight; audit is very
; rcTiiarkhldc that no chemical analysis can detect
r.. rnt. . . . , .
any peculiarity iu the composition of the water;
and as soon as daylight or moonlight comes it
vanishes. The milkj'-water lasted for three
- if ,t ,1,,,, ,,,, T . ,.. r. , ,
i?'S,,n ai,J suddenly stopped; and every;
evening afterward the water va3 as usual."
v- f)l, ,,. .
1 " '
A Vetekax bcuEo.v.ir.: falantino Molt.
1 - ... -
o. isevv lork, performed the operation last
: month, for thc forty-fourth time of tvin the
1 ... t-i .. . '. 0
j c Jl-ui'a rlet.. the, : livinsr subject, "'The Na-
, jioicon ot surgeons j now 11, years old, yet is
, as straight as ever, and as young at heart as
' ... 1..-.. r. tt .... .
: when bU years vouuirer
u-, ears younger. lie does not even
wear glasses when he operates, and the man is
not extant who ever saw his hand tremble.
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ItEi.H.iocg STvrbTics. The Furitan" Rtcor-
j';ur sums ; UP ll statistics of evangelical
1 rcIigion iu the United States c's follows:
',.,. . 1 1 , . . . . . 1
Uvcr thirty thousand working nimisters of the
gospel; sustained by four inillions of commnui
cauts, and heard by sixteen millions of church,
going people. Church property, . seventy mil",
lions; religious 1 contributions',' twenty-four mil
lions of dollars per anunm.
. . 1
After IIiu.A' California exchange prtys: .
"We have tiio very best authority' for stating
that thc sudden " return of Lola " Montez from.
Australia to "California was caused by her
tnowed"-e of the fact' that James IJuchfiuan is
a bachelor." The fair, bat frail and fierce Lola
has turned the head of as old a man as "luck."
She is already enroute for the Atlantic State?.