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ban one year unless paid in advance.
With the view of ext m ling the' circiiltioR and en
bancing the nf ilaess.of the paper, the proprietor; of
fers the following remarkably low .. . -; s,t "
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5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 Jear,.
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when it will be charged ..,''. j
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Verted till forbid and charged accordingly.
'attention m directed to this requisition.
WM. F. WIGHTM AN & CQ.
CLI5MEXT G. AVU.IOIIT,
AHoriicy at Law, Fayetlcvillc, N C.
OHice xt the corner of Bow aud Green streetp.
ATTORN" RY. AT LAW,
. -ATT EX OS the Courts of Cumberland'.! Harnett."
a.Ke aim Jotitistoii. -Adlrcss,
Toonier, Harnett Co., Ni C.
Feb. lC, 1S."G. . 8.3-y
Attorney at Law,
I ' V Y K V rKVItiLE, 2V, C,
j y b co!HuUf,l at t!ie Law Office of Jesse G. Shcp-
lierd. hs'i-. o i (rreMi .Street.
July V.K ls:,G. 7-tf
DR. K. A. liLACK.
OFFIyE-Fro.it Uuains, over Dr. S, J.
CiuMiHt a.i 1 Drug 'Store.
Fvb'r 7. IH:G. 8 1-tf
sx a it K
F1 A. C '1' O If V.
LAUD 12 K. '
.'(H I V l'j)'l.itC to
O t. 1.
m i A -r" ill' L-i:i 1. Iving on Cajie Fear Hirer Stofe.
.'"Dweliinv; () jt II is -s ail in first rat o order. The Store
is at'a'tiae business stand at tils Cross lloads and the
in I is iiot to -eve -.lb' I by a.y in Xorth Canllirfi.: ,
Any 'rsrvt d r'n-jf to purcliase can obt:lin fuvtUjr?r
ei th of ii ?
i.t in: l.-i !n
property fiy calling cn
: h i the Wiitiiin'jrtoii Iload
it Willis' ' Cr :
S AH Alt WRIGHT.!
JAMES WHIG SIT.
WOULD return his thanks to
"the puVdic. for the liberal patron
.age he has received, and hopes?,
by punctuality in busine-ss, lorn
A t ' ' i
'. conimuAi-icn oi me same.
1 Ul. Ill-1 .1..- l.V V .. ' i...
his riwii responsibility, on th
South ?ide of Person street, two
dunra below the Cape Fear Bank
lo above his old stand where he-woiiid
I,,? rbvl to se all hiA'old friends. He expects to keep
"h.i 1 1 a g ) l assortmout df Saddles. Bridles, Whins.
au-1 ev.;'r.- fiing in his line ol business. j
X. P. H" will attend to rep iiring of Saddles, liar
A-c. a. id his charges shall be moderate.
September 13. 1S56.
r ALeLauriii A: Strange will pay the high
est eadi'.priee for Turpentine until further ncticc. ' j
" ' Spt. :3. 1 S "if?. 45S-tf .
Ml? A TTI Tir J-emovbd
..ML) IJ IV his Boot Shoo
cstaLlislunent to the corner bf
Giliesi)ie and Franklin streets.
opposite ' the . State Bank, in and under lite rooms
' fornvrlv oc4fpieil bv the S of T. lie has on hand fa
l!r-t rate stoeik of PL.VLX and FANCY,-: HOME and
IMPi )ilT:0) U iols. Shoes, Gaiters, .tc. and will inanii-'fa-.ture
all articles n hi.s line in the host style at short
police. Thankful for -ptast favors, he solicits a cob
ifnuatida of the lib'jral patronage heretofore bestowed.
' Dec. 13. 18'(i. 28-tf I
. (): the SECOXD MONDAY in February 18.7, at
the Court Uous in the town of Fayetteville, the un
dersigned will oiler for sale, on a credit of one aud two
years, several tracts of LAND in the counties of Cum
berland an 1 Harnett. . .
One tract on 'the Western-bank of the Capo Fear
River, below Smith's Ferry, containing about fifteen
hundred and sixty-five aeres the Plantion of the late
Henry Elliot. There is a life-estate -'in two hundred
and fifty acres of this tract, which will no't be offered
for sale. The interest in reversion will be disposed of
on the sale day, sepanite from the other portion cf the
.P-lalitation. . ... .. , 4 ; .:.
50 acres on Lower Little River, known (ho Gib
kdV: place. I
- 60fi acres on Lower Little River, former residence
of Alex r Williams. Jr,
45 acres near Elliot's Mills
o50 acres on the Juniper.'. f
3 )0 acres on Little Mill Creek. . . J
000 acres on Qibsdn's Creek the Sinclair place. :
V.310 e.eres near McArthur's Bridge. Also the Saw
Mill Timber on 300 acres adjoining. I
o00 acres on Black Branch, near W. J. Kellv's. And
Saw .Mill 'Timber on 11Q" acres adjoining. .
o.V.) acres near Munroe's Bridge, North side of the
400 acres, including the Mineral Spring-rieiir the
Mills formerly Coi. Murchison's. ' !
3C0 acres on Grojg Creek, near the Fayetteville and
Western Plank Road. , . i'
50 ilCPe; on the North P'ronsr of Anderson's CrooU
Ald. an undivided interest, being one-third of two
Lots in the Town of Favetteville n n.w cf.A.L
known as the Armstrong lots; and in 28 acres of- Land
mi the South able if T.lkt.lo Ritrai- in:.,"i'
. . . J " i
- -.w ircm ultlVb 8 JlIIIS.
- ALSO ' ' ;
At the same time, on a credit of six months will b
- . - ; . j -1
12 sh ares of Stock in the Fayetteville and Western
Plank Road. . . . - "' ' - ,
10 shares of Stock in the Fayetteville and iKaleigh
Plank Hoad. . j
shares in the Cape Fear and D je'p Kiver Naviga
tion Coaipauy. . . .' .- , - .- r ., ,
10 shares in the-Cumberland Academy. t,Add dn un
divided inteirest in the Chemical Apparatus therein-, f
These salis are. made under a power in the Will, of
the late llewrv Elliot. . !
J. G. SHEPHERD
Dec 20, 1S5C 29.t3
W. F. Wishtuiai
,': Editor; j ;;; .
t ...'. -
s Hair' Restorative,
; . S- J. HINSDALE.
for sale by . J
Aug. 30, lsic:
Pl3-tf , . .
BALLS OR KSCCKLB
ASfl I SG M A C HI X 10.
Tte subscriber havi
bar. mirchaHcd the Kislit of the
Ihi Oounties of Cumberland and
II;wiitt," ia nowread! to,, furuigu, such -ost may
desirous Of.obtaining a ltis;iit. inemacfliueiiwy
both Mn Its fttructiire AnA operations; and should any
portion of jt fail can e easilyiand gpeedily repair et
by" any person having tie use of4 tools. . I do, npt, claini
for this machine more
nan waat it is aoie to penuim
. , , - . r. : ...
fef labor which almost every
Aly. without at aH.iiitctfering
family is able, to, supply, wjthimt
with the ordinary Uut
es. In the first place a child
12 or 15 years 6f age cjiri perform all the labor, after
having' een it operate!
a few time, and it the direc-
tions are adhered to, will; do as much work-fa one. .day
atjthree or t'onr"womeil iau4ne J9ta3y: jBu'-tr9c--work
wfltb2 much lettef .Jojuer Below will be found
a certificate irom inosq
whd have purchased and now
have in use one of these
,93 tf . ; .
April 12, 1856.
TAyETTEntT.fc, N. C April 9. Ift56.
WeJthedndersijedr iaTing purchased of Mr lsham
Blake oiic.r;f the above machines, cordially recommend
it to t'llte favor of tho Pu
die. It washes very rapidly,
and the work is much, bd
liter done than is usually done
iu, the old vyay, arid with less wear to the Clothing.
It fiu exceeds 'our expectations, and has onlv to be
seen in operation to shiisfy the most skeptical of its
utility and economy.'
Ave have no doubt of its being
I 4 ii i rrf1iifrT
D. G. McRae.
Jxo. D. - Williams.
W. A hers arc ;
John D. Starr1
JOSEI'H A. Wor-th,
A. J. O'IIaxlox,
A. P. HrRT,
Jas. G. Smith, i
We in company witli several other gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which "as vqrv dirty and much
put in ! and washed out by this machine, re-
moving all the dirty aji
earance oi the bill, and leav
which shows there is little or
inir it pertectly legible
no raM'iilg produced In
washing fine articjes,
FRAXK N; RfJBKRtSj
Jas. (S. Smith.
Ii. iF. P 'K A R C E
IS N0!W OPENING, a
rgo and desirable Stdek of
FALL AND 1
Y INTER GOODS,
g in part of
Black and Colored Silks,
English and French Merinos,
Plain and Fig'd DfJanes, soium beautiful patterns,
Black and Fancy Alpacas.
Edgings and Insertidgs,
Collars and Under.sbleve
Cact.s and Whalebolie Skirts;
wiss and Plaid Muslins,
French. English and;
Cloths :ind Citssimertf
Satinetts,- Jeans andi
Plaids. Linsevs and B
Carolina and MarJbotfo' Stflpes, '
Bleached and Brown
Sliirtings and Sheetings,
White and Colored Flannels,
Drillings and -Titdnrils,
Irish Linens, good assortment.
Linen Table Cloths.
owirlings and Xapkins,
Shawls, Cloaks and X
K v t r a f fu a ! i t y o I' l ed
ilelt, Glovs; Hosiery, A'C
Hats. Caps, Bonnets. Bod
s, Shoes and Umbrellas:
general assortment of
READ Y-jtAi)F. CLOTHING,
pTANKEE NOTION LINE.
which will be sold at a stAall advance for CASH, or
on time to punctual customers, either at
Trftoleso or Retail.
All are respectfully invij
nurchasing elsewhere, j
led to give me a call befe're
B. F. PEARCE.
Hay St., Fayetteville,
Kept. 1, 18.") 6. 14-tf
HI SKN O K It
For the Year 1856. Jnly to December.
In issuing the Prospectus of the Tkventy-Third Vol
ume of the .SOUTHERNS LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing with the .luly No., the
otelv on the encouragina .letters and promises of the
friends of the Messenger i6' aid them in extending its
circulation, and they beg'lto; assure the public that no
xortions Will be renntteft on their part to maintain
the high character! oi' the 'work, and to challenge the
patronage cf all. v; he rlue sterlinsr literarv meiit.
For Twenty-One Years, tue Messenger has endeavored
t reflect faith fully Ihe Sbiithern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectidnaLl views, and has been alone
among the monthly periodicals df Aniericri, iu defend
Ot the i'i'JUULlAK INSTITUTIONS OF THE
To this office it will be We vd ted, and will be prompt
to repel assaults upon the SdiitH, whetlier they come
under the specious garb of fiction, di in the direct form
of anti-slavery rfamphletsj i At tris critical juncture.
vkle our enemies are employing literature as their
most potrtit weapons of attack, the Southern people
will purely not withhold tlljeir encouragement , from a
work whose aim it shall ba to strike blows in their de
The Messenger will, as Heretofore, present its readers
with. Reviews. 'Hislmical 'and Biosravhical
SkUefi ts, JS pvas. Talesl tTra vels, Essa ys, Foems,
Critiques, and Papers bn Ihe Arnitj, Navy olid
other JSaliAnal Subjects
WitV a view to onsnre rt larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though thev intend
greatly increasing the sizj of tlie work, have reduced
the prieejpf Supscriptionj
kvhich is ndw o'nly
Three Dollars ir
annnm, in Advance,
OR FOUR DOLLARS IE NOT PAID IJEFORE THE
FIRST OF. JULl IN ANV YEAR.
UL.UJiX Kemittmg i8j?irteen uottais in one
letter; will be entitled to hix Copse's.
m i -r . a 01 i L I. i i r ji
iue manorial auu orincai aeparimeni oi me ji es
se nger wi!! Continue unde the charge or
And will embrace eonious notes on eurrent literaltite
and reviews of all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and value -The Editor's opinions will '
r - jt.-.: ; i i a i.i ....7 ,. ;
The Business DetfarWtt is condncted by the underJ tAn.d theY ),e; e
-tnunnt uwmn.ntmnnfinin nail 'L.ras?1 cs. to. fttt increased tfxcrtidn to give satisfaction
ittf& ntust le addressed.
, " " " "t: ;"' , HTr . , ' . "-;
Macfaulane FERGUSSON & CO.
Law Building Franklin Street, Richmond, Ya.
June 1, 1256., . i:llkr '
F'lve sevenths of the HARMING AND TURPEN
TiN'K sliANu Itt juarnett twntjf, Known as tne parser
andVJklcNeiLl lands, joining iWnfciJIarririgton'B land fn
Upper Liilic River, Thej is some 200 acres cf t the
best Quality of ldw -grduii Is on the River. The up
lands are-heavily tinilered with pines, and within six
. - . . . . ,.-1.3 . -;. . ,i ,
nines or tne fayetteville atd estera Jt ail road, i v
1 For particulars apply tb 4 D McARTHTTTt
H v :J J. Pi roper;
J;; i r,Js;W,;jIcEAY.i
' y - ' ; - !
MAKERtorhom good wages aiulstead
emPlment:3w,n,be given. . Apply art
this office, or address , , v-
J. H; HEATH.
Clinton, 1. C."
Dec, 13, 185G.
Mary 1 dn d L o 1 1 e ri e s .
' - ii 00. -v - a Jm m -
CORBIN" & CO AGENTS.
A FOHTUNE FOR THE TRIAL.
c There is a tide in the affairs of man,
Which, if taken at the flood, leads to fortune.
ONE TRIAL .IAY! MAKE YCH RICH FOE LIFE.
Splendid .Schemes Drawing Daily; ... :
- ' SEXD YOUR ORDERS t 5
TO CO RBI X & CO. ' :
z The Did. Established Auth6rised.i Agents who hire
r : t, j SOLD MORE PRIZES ; , . - 1
. Than anv other office in tle State of .Maryland.
ALL. PRIZES 1 GUARASTTEED ? BY THE STATE
: , . : ; . , i SIXGLE TiCKETS : . -.
Wholes &l ,1 Halves 5tt cts 4 - Quarter 25 eta!
v CERTIFICATES OF FACKAGES. Zz-: V
2fi, Whole Tickets - -- - - Kvr:; - .- -"
? ITaTf Ti.-.:.-t. : t??rrA'zi;-;:.;j- i- rt(pv.
ZC Quarter Tickets i -"'.-.;.' 4.00
NOTHING' VENTURE. NOTHING GAIN.
Tickets Bought by the ' Package, are always the most
i Profitable to the -Purchasers.
For $2d we send ackdge Whole, Jlalves t Quarters.4
or 5iu we seqa pacsrage Halves twe Whole tickets
For $5 we sedd package Quart?s & one Whole Ticket.
a ; Look at the following
t ; SPLEXDID SCHEMES., . ,
One of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day of the
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY:
C0HB1N & CO., AGENTS;
, . SCHEME.
X' Ana 1 4
24,SG1 prizes amounting t'6
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY
: Class 102.
CORBIN & CO., AGENTS:
1 prize of
200 dd i
126 d?' i)
23.436. do i
27.814 prized an-uliting to
COP.BIN A CO:t AGENTS:
iiO.olG prir.e?; amounting to
Tickets SI Shares iu prorortie'd
We invariably answer letters by return mail, en
closing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and alwsys
observe tlie strictest ct:t;iidence. After the drawing is
over, we send the official drawing, with a written ex
planation of the result of "the r venture. All
Prizes- bought tit this oOice are payable iniiriediately
after the drawing in Current Money, and we take Dank
Notes of any State, or Dank drafts in payment for tick
ets at par. For odd amounts in making change we re
ceive' postage stamps, they being more convenient than
silver. Correspondents may place the utmost confidence
in the regularity drk! safety of the mail, tls 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 niake you independent fbr life. THY US.
There should be no such word as fail. Address
CORDIN A- CO.
Box 190 Post Office, Baltimore Md:
Oct. 11 21-Gm "
.AND CHEAP GOODS.
, ( j iJames Kyle
HAS just received a very large and general assort
ment or iiuuus Among wnich ftrc,
French and English Merinos ;
Do. Detains, Plain and Figured :
Dress Silks; Fig'd and Plain :
Black Fillet Mits ;
Sleeves and Collars ;
Cloths, ' Cassinieres and Satins ;
Hear and Negro Blankets :
3-4 to 1 2-4 : Bleached and Bf own Domestic's i
Carpeting, Good and Common ;
Boots and Shoes ;
Anchor Bolting Cloth ; -Kerseys
and Liuseys ; " .t
Irish Linens, Orash ; .... . ;L. ,-. , ; v.;
Table Diaper arid Napk ills.
With mauy other orticles, "all of whiefi being pur
chased by the Package, . will be offered at loSv prices,
by wholesale or retail. v i -
Nov. 8. 1856. ' ' 23-tf' , -
'' - "-. ''..,: --J -' '
DOBBjY HOUSE !
POWERS Si TltOY, Proprietors.
The Proprietors of this Establishment an
nodnce to the public, that owing to the con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
mem, tney nave been induced to enlarge the
accommodation by the addition of an exterfslte Dinin
""""iT T?' aT,1 8u'te ot oonis on tne
" v-iiuuiui mem to accommotiaie an
to tueir patrons
Spacious Stables attached anil careful Ostlers in
: The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
eomfdrt df their patrons, they aorie will secure to them
a lileral share of the travel. .
' The Wcstern aud Southern' Stages Arrive at and depart
from this House. r
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure of
Sfceant Boatstt for, the. cccommodatio'n of passengers.
Horses artd Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying travellers to anypartof the adjacent country.
J. W. POWERS. . j Wc.C.TROY,
; Fayetteville; May 12, 1856. . rS-tf.
.:; pj-i Eiiiott
S COMJIIS S ION .MERCHAHT,, -
, vif;:! .iiFXYETTEVILLE.lsr'C :" " " '
, ,.. i Agfent fvr tutterlch fc Co..Steot Line s - ' :
' Wjill attefcJ promptly to all business entrusted to bis tare.
g Oefc 21,lSoG. . , , . v: . - -
; lO.OOO ils. Tcillow AVah tert,
For which the nSghesC cash' price will be paid.
' Oct. 1, 1836;" A." M. CAMPBELL
SATURDAY,: JANUAEY 24,
j STATE OP,NORTl CAUOLIJTA RODESOJf
Mrior Court of ' Law Fall TermhS56.
Chnvchill Walkley & Johnston vsJona. W, Regan.
i S : jORIGINAL atptachment. ,
1 Jt appearing to the saiisfaction of the Court that the
ld defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the Court that publication be made in the
Xorth Carolinian, a fewsptiper published in the Town
u f Fayette vi 1 1 e for the space of six weeks, notifying the
fAiil Jonathan W. Regan to appear at the ; next term
l ot the-Snperipr Court of Law for the county of Rober-l-soal;
at. tee jourt House Jin Lamberton: on the fourth
Monday, in. -March next, and then -and there to plead or
replevy, or final judgement"will be agajnstbim.
J Witkess. Alexander XloMUlan, Clerk of said Court.
atnaice In Lumberton; the fonrtu Monday in Scptem-
herl A, D. 1856. This Dec. 22, 1856. - : r
' - - Ai McMillan, a s: c. f
iltta OP NO 01TH C At UIX : A.mitXi&&3 OX
1 :?:'. COUNTY.
Superior Court of LawFall Term 185G.
"Willidm Boyce & Co. yjlonattiaii ty- Regait
' ! ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
ga;d defendent i not an inhabitant of this State it is
Uwiered bv t 'm ConrL that Publication be made iu
I II . V . 7
the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the
Town of Fayetteville, fur the space of six weeks, noti
fying the said Jonathan W. Regan to appear at the
next Term of the Superior Court of Law for the Coun
ty of Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberton on
the fourth Monday in Marqh.next, and then and there
to riledd or replevy or final itidgment will be given
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan - Clerk of
feaid C6nrt at office in Lumberton the fourth Monday
In September A. D. 1S56. This 22nd Dec. 185C.
a. 1 McMillan, c. s. c,
Jan. 10, 1857.
STAtE 5f south c viiolina uobesos
Superior Court of Law Fall Tzrm 1S5G.
Churchill Walkley A: Johnson vs. Jonathan W. ReSan
I ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT.
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
Nbrthi Carolinian a Newspaper published iu the Town
of Fayetteville, fbr the space df six ' weeks., notifying
the said Jonathan W. Regan, ito appear at the next
team of the S"uperior.Court. of Law for the County of
RobeJSjHi, at iHe Court house in;Lumberton ou the 4th
Monday in March next, and then and there plead or
replevy, or final Judgment will be 'given agajnst him.
Witness, Alexander McMillan, Clerk of said court at
office ri Lumberton the fourth i Mtrnday iu SrptemWer
A.! D. 1856 Ded 22nd 1856.
i ! : a. McMillan, c. s, c.
. Jan. 10, 1857. 32-6t
STATE OK SOUTH CAllOII.V A. UOBKSOJV
Superior Court of LawFoil Teriri 185G
I Li. B. "iodwiri' vs. C."W. Crawford
J. ORIGINAL ATTACIIM KNT j
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the sad defendant is not an inhabitant of this Stkte
it is ordered by the Court that ; Publication be made
in the iXorth Caroliuian. a newspaper published iu Ule
Town of Fayetteville. for the space of six weeks n: ti
fyiug h'e said C. W. Crawford to appear at the m .xt
Term of the Superior, Court of Law for the County hi
Robeson, ftt tile Ciurt House iu Lumberton, on the
fourth: Monday in March next, and-then and therftJ.
against him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
said Court at office in Luatlertoii. the foiiriii' Mondhy
in September A. D. 1&5C This Di e. the 22nd 1855,
if. a. McMillan, c. s. c.
Janj 10, 1857. . 2-(it :
STATjE op .voa ru C VUO LIX ,V HO JJESOX
' ; 1 COU.VTY.
Sagcrtor Court of Law Fall TcrrA 1850.
j Nicholas Pbwel vs. Stephen II. Martin
j ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
It abpearing to the satisfaction of the court that tlie
saM def't'ndenfe is not an Inhabitant of this State, it is
ordered by the court that publication be made in the
North-jCarolinian a newspaper published in the Town
of Fayetteville for. the snaCe of six weeks "notityiug
the saikljSlephcn IL Martin toappear at the next Term
of the Superior Court of Law for the county of Robe
son, ati the Court House in Lumberton on the fourth
Mondalv jin March next, and then and there to plead
or Venlei v or final l'udgment will be given against
hm 'ttfUncKs ''Alexander McMillan clerk of said
Cou'rt kt -ffide ir; Lumberton. ihe fourth Mondnf m
Soniofttlwr A I). 18."Wi. This Dec .22nd iSab.
i i Mrri.t.wc s c
Jan J lb, 1857. 32 Gt
OP SOUTH C YltOLIX V UOUiSSO.V
Coilri pf Pleas ahd Quarter Sessions-
be r .Term, 1S5G.
B. Freeman &Co. vs, ,1akiith Barter.
1 Attachment Lety ou land.
Judgment nisi for nineteen dollars and twenty cents
arid iutcfest since the lirst Jany, I8,"j5, and costs.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, upon !
nffiilav 1 1 ti led DV me niaini iii.s. unit mu oeieiKiani :
fslnr4i Barter is not an inhabitant of this State, or so ch
abscondor conceals liimself that the ordinary proces-
Idannot be served on I him aud
Constable, returned into Ceairt itt t
Ccristable. returned into-Court at tins term an
attachfiiiint C?rxiist. the said Malcom Barter with tlie
following endorsement lo wit : Levied this attach
ment ob the legal and equitable interest in and to a
tract of Lanoi supposed to contain ninety-seven acres
more or jess, as .the Ijinds of 'Mnlcom Barter, joining
be liirids of Daniel McMillan. Mary (Jraliam and
others,; ob Richland Swamp, about one mile from Phi j
i ,iui fU. th.o Iff!, 'nrail.iii. T To !
therefdro on motion ordered !y-tlie Court that publi- j ltal Nervous Debility Impoteucy, and Impcdi
CAtidn m made in the' Nortli Carolinian, a newspatfer j wents to Carnage generally. " '
printed in the town of Fayetteville, for six weeks sue-
Cesaivei,. notifying the said defendant to beand ap
pear before the Justices df tfee next Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for the County of Robe
s6n at 'the Conrt House in Lunlberton on the fourth
Monday i of February next, then and there to show
i Caiise if any lie citn, whf .judgment final shall not be
entered against mm ami tue laoni levieti on conaemneu
to be sold to satisfy the plaintiffs demand and eosts.
Witness. Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at" office ia Lumberton, the fourth Monday of Npvenl
bcr4A I.'-1S5'6, and of Anlcrjcjait, independence, the
81st year Issded the 2.7th davi of December 185(1.
ij i SHAD. HOWELL. Clerk,
j I . :'.,. By B, FREEMAN, D. C. .
Jany 3. 1857. 31-Gt
STATK i OP. i JTOITTH C A KOIilJV A '-UOUfiSO.V
I t COUSTV.
Court of Fleas and Quarter Sessions 'Novcm-
r ' . ber Term, 1856.
The Petition of Amo's Butlef; PinCkney B. Hill and
Rusel Tlill by their father and ;uext friend John Hill.
Elias Bullock and wife Nancyj Spiers Varnum and
wife Marjv. Henry F. Pitman and John Hamilton $pd
wife Sally and Isfcairt Butjcr, and Nancy Butler widow
of William Butler, t
gainst ObediaK Butler and Jclin Btftler.
I ; t Petition fbr a sale pf Slaves:
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Obedi ah f Butler and John Butler the defendants in
this case reside beyond 1 the limits of this State. It is
therefore dn rdotion ordered by the Court that publica
tion be! made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper
printed iia the town of FayrteviHe. for six weeks suc
cessively notifying the; said defendants of the filing
of this petition and that unless they appear at the next
term of the Cdurt of Pleas and Quarter SessibW-fro be
held for the county of JJoLesoD at the urtLrojise in
Lumberton, on the ' fourth Monday of Febpuary next
and answer the petition, or the . same' will be taken
pro confessio and Heard exparte as them. . .
Witness, Shadrach How ell, Clerk of our said Court,
at office at Lumberton, the forirtb Monday of Novem
ter, A.;p.llc56, and of Aoaerican Imiependencc, the
81st year.! Issued the 27h dal ofDecember 1856, .
f: - SIIADT IJOWRLL, fJlej-k.
. i . -; Bf B. h FRETJMAN. D. C.
' Jany-3; 1S57.' Sl-6 !
STATE OF NORTH, .CAROLINA UOBESOX
- - r - ' - :.,: COl'MTY.
Caurt of Fleas Quarter Sessions -NorepiVsr.
Term, 1856. .
, Dr. II. McLean, vs. Malc'om Baxter.
Attachment Levy on Land..
Judgment nisi for Sixty dollars and interest from
22 December 1854 and costs. '; ' '' ? "
jt appearing; to the satisfaction of the -Gonrl upon
affidavit tiled by the Plaintiff, that , the.; Deteudant
Malcom Baxter is "not inhabitant of this"" State or so
absconds or ct)uceals himself that tlMb-uMinary process
of law cannot be served o.i himf-audyliiam J. Urown
Constable retnvRed'into Court'at this term an attach
ment against the said Malcom Baxtr,with the follow
ing endorsement to wit : , Levied t on. a tract of L&y;U
containing Ninety-fevcn acres more or less s the pi b-
ItUtVLSw-atnn- aVSkUt one n.ilt from iMiiladelphiig Church?
nriTTiofcis the -lands or Danier McMillan. Jlarv, Gi-4
hJtm and others jon the ,eat side of .said (Swamp iu
Robeson County October 10th day 1256. It is there
fore on motion, ordered by, the Court, tlrat publication
i bo made in the .North Carolinian a newspaper .printed
in the town of Favetteville, Iorsx weeks successively.
n'dtifying the said defendant to be and appear before
the Justices of the jiext Court iof Pleas aud Quarter i
Sessions to be held for the county-of Robeson at the j
Court House in Lumberton, on the to.urtn Monday-ol
February, riesif jtljen. and, there'to show cause, if any
he can, why judgment final shall not be entered againet
him and the lands levied on condemned to be sold to
satisfy the plaintiffs demand and costs.
Witness. Shadrach Howell, Clerk of our said Court
at office in Ljumberton the? .fourth Monday of Novem
ber. A. D.. ISISC : arid of American Independence the
81st vear. Issued the 27th dav of December 1856.
J SHAD. HOWELL. Clerk.
By B. FREEMAN, "D. C. f
Jany 3, 1857. ' 3I-6t j ,
OiiAlN'S CRHRK ACADKAJ Y.
MOORE COUNTY, N. C,
The Trusiees are happy to announce to the public
that the 6th Session ot this Institution will open on
Monday the 12 th January next, under the supervision
of Mr Archibald McLaughlin -as Principal.
Mr Jl'cLaiighlin is a graduate of the. University of
North Carol! nr. anl his tesUhibnials avft vf tlie liighcst
character, warranting the Trustees in giving lissufance
to all who may feel disposed to patronize the Institu
tion, that they will have the advantages of systematic
and thorough instruction. , yi:'
The Academy is situated nine miles eiast of Carthage
near the Fayetteville and Western Plaiik Hoad, in the
midst of a very healthy, moral and intelligent neighbor-'
hr'tfil. and itvUl, theif9re be frt;e lro.in., many of.,the
vitiating infinehces wliich so miieh endanger the health
and morals of students in Town and Villages.
In order that the benefits of the Institution., may. be
within the reach of all, tlie following low rates of tui
tion per session, payable in. advance, have been adbpt-
-'!: . . .. , ' . J ,
English, according to duyauccmentj, .$10 lo $15.
Latin, (ireek, French, and higher branches of Mathe
matics, ?15. .
Excellent Board can be obtained at Mr ' Arnold V at
$7. aud other houses in the neighborhood.
M. CUURIE, rlllNCirAL.
. . TbJtXxeiWmt, Una , . tjMA4ticwle Tftnaa'ir4.
j Tuition per Session. Spelling.' $0. Comraoii Kn-
giish, $12. Natural Science. " $15. . Ancimt Lan-';
guages, bL8. Mu4ents are j repaved for
Class in the University of Ni C.
Tlie pi incip.il has cha.ige of the commodious Stew-
d Hall, where board can be 'obtained at $8 per month,
elusive of washing aud room lights.
Board a:id tuition payable iii advance, if rerraircd.
j TJe traveling public are also informed that comfort a- i
: bit lifb-nniiinibitinns b'o Hbtii5nel .at tbe Stw'!ir"ii u
Hall, on reasonable terms.
j St. Pauls, Dec. 20, 1850. ' ' 2G-St
Land for Sale.
scriber offers" for sale, his LAN!
The Snb.seribcr offers for sale, his LANDS in Har
t County, consisting of Three Hundred and Nine
res. more or less, situated and lying in the fork of
bacue and Upper Little River, I will sell ail
together or in lots to suit, tlte purchaser. Those wish-
ing to purchase. Will t!6 well to : examine the Lands, as
a 4escricn here would be useless.1 , -
. I will 4cll the above named Land on' the premmehon
Thursday the 15th January J 857.
!; ,1V ' 4 : , W. A. MALLr
Owensville, Dec. 13, 185C. ...... 2-4t .
, . !. t ;
I tJli P E A T I N E ISSPKC i Oll.
naving oeen appoinieu inspector or avai stores,
I am prepared to perfdrm .all duties in; my line of'
business either at the River . or in Town. I hare-a I
convenient and commodious . WARE-HOUSE on .tbo )
cwner of Gillespie Street, and fan be found at the !
Scre of A. M. Campbell s when wanted. - i
I. will take pleasure in. attending to the business of j
v country friends, and hope by a strict attention to
isiness to merit a share of the imhlic patroTfage.. My f
larges shall be as moderate as. any one can expect,
I will do ray duty ta both buyer and sel'er: , . .
WM. R. WILEY!
Dec. 20, 1856. 20-tf ;
lis 3i vMiooi) -
AXD ITS rREJIATIRE DECLINE.
Jtist PulIilictl, Gratis, IHe Cth Titciisand I
A Ktw Wpitns ox tuk Ratioxai Tkeat-
kext. without Meditini. frf Sneimatorrlie:i nr
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, Gtsa-)
, . i : . . r . i . - .
JJT M . DK . bAXKT, II. , .
The important fact that the many alarming com
plaints.' originating inv the iiupruderice and solitude of ! rt:
youin, may ic .easily rvmuveu wiiouuv .ueuicni c, is iu
this small tract, clearly demonstrated; and the entirely
.new and highly successful treatinent, as adopted by.
the Author, fully explaiued by , means of winch every
one is enabled to cure himself; perfectly anil ."t the
least possible cost, thereby a voiding all tlie advertised
' .. a . i : 1 .--..-'-,
mq.rr.pris qf Ihe.day ? , : : i !
Sent to any address, gaati and post free in
a sealed t
envelop", by remitting (poa
at paid) two postage stai.tps .
Leonard Street. N. Y. Cityl
28-1 v , , , , ;
to Du. B. Dk Lank v. J7 Lc
Dec." 13. 1856.
Money W.-in ted: !
I will sell my DWELLING : HOUSE and lot. at
present occupied by myself, situated, in lower Fay
etteville, on Person street, opposite Mr 0. Iiae.stou's
duelling. The Lot contains over half an f acre, and
(lie House is comfortable for a ; small family, having
three rooms and a good well of water convenieut.
Apply to R. D.' DAVIS
, cf JOSEPH UTLEV.
P. .?. If Ui-; above property le net tprivately , dir
posed of by 1st January, it will then bi offered at pub
lic auction. , '. - - i - It. D. 1).
Dec. G, 185G,
Goods at Wholesaled f -4
The subscribers heg leav to twlviee. their customejarl
and Merchants generally, that they have received e.
part and expect to receive the balance ?f Ijtheir fcenf
purchases, in a few days, r Their Stock will be raych
larger snd more complete than they have ever offer ed,
embracing a general assortment of ' f .
V CfROCJERIESj ' '' "--
. Together with : . .
Hdrdwdrcatid Cutlery, Iluflcw W'tire,
.. Saddlery, Shoes, 'Leaiicr, r jfC,
All of which have beeri longht by omvOffhe firm ..ex
pressly for. tue Wholesale Trade. Their term will be
as heretofore, on the'usnal time .to ,p-om'pt tl,ealers.
To caih' buyers a reasonable discount will tie madc.
i- . .,.,,5. . .. . v..'OEO.;itiLtoMS,-Al.CO.':
' Fayetfeville, Anp. 13", 1855. Il-tf
VODUaifi iVIIIN0. 934.
, "Bare fated Fashion?.'
An ii;4ignant Correspondent, who wears !icr
bonnet according to rule aud fashion, on the
occiput) sends the Following rcpy to a few lines
of poetic protest, Which appeared in our edi
tions on the 1st hist. -We cannot now reiner;i
ber where' or-whence we extracted the lines rc
fcfrecl to, but trnst the -author will consider
hitiisel answered; '
"You call this Yomairs bare faced age,
-ni triri.K yourseives so vcr- sue
urn i mi.vc sonietning now to tell
About the gentlemen as will;
You wear your l.a'r all o'er jburfacc,' -And
think it gives yau such a grace,
'While we are meantime taking note, ,
And think you look more like a goat;
Then too you wear your open, sleeves,
' Apeing tl,e ladies,' if yb'i piease;
1 I And coat alrfcjst a vurd too lon- .
t v.winiiLLes me juuracn ot my song'
,.Fi;el FAMiNK" Jr7iyE8T.---TIie position
of Cinfiijnati with rbspect to fuel is said to be
at present cmplia-tielilly that of famine. Thirt v
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 Gazette, of W'eduesday, comments se
verely Upon the-conduct of several railroad
'companies. in failing to supply. cars to. those oho,
have contracted to deliver coal in the city at
15 cents and 18 cents per bushel. It adds:
"TheshJs much seYcre suffering on account
of the fuel famine. Ju consequence of the difficulties-mentioned
above, and tlie failure of rl "
contractor to in Hamilton to deliver three
thousand cords of wood purchased of him last
June, the directors of the infirmary had yester
day no fuel whatever to supply the numerous
destitute widows and others depending upon
them. The consequences were most painful.
'We were present ourselves when a pour,
.Yvcbpiug widow assured the board that her
daughter was dying, could not live nntil night ;
she was watching by the bedside without fit e
i to keep herself warm, or furnish the necessary
j uiu iu ii er in. nil I n 1 1 if C 11 lid, in mcc.L CXIL'-eil(:iev
of this character
ojne wood was bo
a small supply of cdiil obtained at-tlurty t-ent
Al bomsville tlierc IS also a luol - famine,"
and coal has advacced to 40 cents a bu-hel.
The short supply is attributed to the low water
f n the Ohio River during the summer and the
i- , P ,.'-, '
. close ot navigation soon alter there was a rise.
Skaters Uewaue. On Friday 'afternoon
!B"Ja Tv A,?Aaui,l,il vrazuir, a VOUPg man.
e Alexandria Gazett.
1 while skating on the' river opposite the foot
: of Prince strbet broke-throug!i the ice and for
awiuu uuiu n.a snuaiion was vcrv ncnlous
: After several uusueccFsful attempts to re. cue
i,;m -., ,.,ilnf ffnn, nf ti . t i
! S,,,Ior V01U Olieof the Vessels lying at
tne H'liarr; succeeied in irettinor a rone to hiin
.,,,,1 i, ... ,0-., n i . - , , ,
ji,,li,mttas pulled out, much exhausted and
'. tteaj;Pi frozen. . '
! ' '
Way" at Ska.A lady, on her
j voyage to Calcutta, wyiiqs the followintr, which
i wo nrr. n'f.'pmii,.,f .'.'' i
we are norm f.li-d In rJ, ,t;
I , . l' -' "- J'l 111 t .
I .' "When in the Gulf of Aden, we saw a
icmuiKabJe sight. It was a r0U'rh md
evening that we were called on deck to sec the
. t "
'milky Water,' which is only seen in this re
Tf; :s t;.i V.:;.;;fi i. ' . . .
ociiiui uie ciiecc is pro.
uuceil by electricity, by atmospheric cause , or
iiv "i,.,, ' i r .
y " n,a U 4"tend of water, it seemed as
if the feSSe! wel'C t)!u'riginir throiifli rrp.it lrif
turbutrh irreat drifts
- . w - - - - -
rhe':fini)carancc .extended fvn in
the horrizon, aud if the air had been colder,
and I could have caught the sound of slei"h-
,1s, I should have lost all idea of the sea, and
l'ued myself eniovinr a inunnificpiit vb.brb.
. 0 V O -w.-w i-tvi-j li
It was a sulendid siirht; anrl it i vcrv
rcifi ark" hide that no chemical analysis can detect
- . . . .
O 7 ' J
any peculiarity in the composition of the water;
and as soon as davvlht or moonlight comes it
vanishes. The 'milkv-water Lifter! fnr thmn
hts, and then sudden! v st Olil If'll !1 oil
" ' 4 11 t.V V 1 J
evening afterward the water, was as usual."
N. Y. Observer.
A Vetekan Sl-rgeo.v.-Dr. Galantine Molt
of New York.l i.erfn.Mol th.
' ? V,4V'
month, for the forty-fourth time, of tvino- iiJe
.,.,.( i " .y J . i ..
a a tc t,y . i t Ue: 1 i v s u bj ec t . The Na
poleon of surgeons is now 71. years old, j et is
Las straight as ever, and as young at heart as
when o0 years .younger. He does not even
wear glasses when he operates, and the man is
not extant vvho ever saw his hand tremble.
Kei.h;iocs Statistics. The Purita!! Ilccor
r surhs un the statisfirs nf fv-nnliM!
religion" t- the "United States ?.z follows:
pyerthirty thousand working ministers of the
&osj-J,' sustained by four iniliions of communi-
can'ts and heard by sixteen millions of .church
going people. , Church property, , seventy nnr
, jious; religious contriuuiions, i enty-iuui uu.
lions of dollars per annum. ., . , '
After IIiM.-A' Califoruhi exchange y&i
''We have the veryljest authority for stating'
that' the strd'Tcu' return of Lold Monte, from
Australia to Oalifonna was caused by her
kuowedge of the fact that James Huchf iuiu is
a, bachelor. ;' Thej' 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-'