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tiMsin --matter,;. Agriculture; and
JT ews, Political , and
fNDEPENDENCE IS Till -SOUL ; CP DEAldCukc I
PUBLICATION OFFICE, J
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WM. F. WIGIITMAN, Editor.. I
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Mtr syujCRIPTIOS TO H8
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Jw smelt eopr, if paid ia mdyance,
A Jn' " mtthendbf3ir
I ' J 'S , " .tthendof6
: :K robacripticHvylU be rjweised fdr
'tliQ ae year uqIms pjiirt'aTance;
, With the ! Tiew of extending the.ir'
iisBein; the aMfalans of tbwfrt '
. 3 50
' ref idd
copies ef the CaroUman. 1 year; 0
Sixty eaU per aqnare of 16 Hues, or less, for tn tht
and 30,eeae for each ub3eqnt insertion, ttnle'8 the
: fedrertiaeaaent is published for more than two nioathsY
; -hea it win b charged ; ' V ";-. - r
; rt three mouths, - -r:' , 44' w
" For six months, " :,"-"'-:X -r S 00 ;':,
For twelTtaath8, ; '' 10 o :r
. All adrertisemeats Jnust hare the desired nnmber of Ja-
sertidns marked on them,, orthe'rwise ,lhey will be fn
- serted till forbid and ehared accordingly. Special
. mitentitn it directed to this requisition. -
- Attrey kt Imnt. FrttTlMet ST. C. ' T
rlPfflc k the eoriler of Bow and Green streets.
. Feb'y 3, 1&5. - ,
IAttkniIs: ike eUtU &ci&i&mAi
Wake and JohMtoii j v crS?. . '- . 1
Address, Taomer,' Harnett Co.; K: "6.'
v;'" Feb.-'l.185CCi '.V V. rl- Vf .
Atforney at Law. -
::fv5: " A-lEIPTPEVt LLli ..X'i : C" ;
H Ffionsalted at.Uie Law O See of ese a. Sb?.
- herd. Em., as r.rn cM. -r
herd, Es., a Green Street.
jniy i, im. t-tf.
Having fenWfed tf FITTSBORO. K: C:. Will alt.
regularly the Courts of Chatham MOoH d Ilitnett
" ? Apr;l '.-14, IS5S.
4t Acres of Laid, lyiny o'rfC.te Kr River Storo,
Dwelling, Out llouse all ia first rate order. The Store'
is at a fine business stand it ttfs Cross Hdada an d the
and is not to be excelled by any id North1 Carolina.
Any person desiring to purchase cad o1tiiii filrther
particulars respecting the property by eallrng, ca
dither df ii tt Vfillis Croek oa the Wilmington, Road
15 miles from Fayetteviile. ' '
... v SAKAIt WltlUUT. ;
. 18-tf, JAMBS WRIGHT.
. WOULD return bis thanks to
the public for the- liberal patron
ire he has received, end brines,
by punctuality in business, for' a
continuation or tbe same.
- He has commenced business on
his own responsibility, on the
-kaajiiff doors below the Cane Fcaf Dar?k
. . .VU . EM r.Ul. u. m Fining .1 fc I V- L . M TT L.
and three doors above his old stand where he would
be glad to are all his old friends. - He expects to keep
bn hand a good assortment of Saddles. Bridles, Whips,
and every-thing in his line of business.
. N, B. He will attend to repairing of Saddles; Haf'
aess, Jfcc, and bis charges shall be moderate.
. September 13, 1856. 15-6m i
The nndersigned have this day associated themsel
res together under the name and style of
S. M. - THOMAS BR0.,
the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile Busi
ness at the Store, occupied by S. M. Thomas, (Market
Square) where we will kees constantly on hand a
large and wll selectod STOCK OF GOODS. Em
- bracing,, ;.'.-.r' '.7 7"7 : ' 7
Staple-Dry Goods, ITats, Caps, Boots, .
Shoes; Yankee Notions, Hard
ware, Cutlery, Hollovr-ware;"
and jv large, and-choice
selection of GRO-
f. . - 7 ; (Ijiqnors excepted. ) . . -
' . 'W"e renpeetrully Invite out friendi dit(T the Public
generally to call and examine our -Stock tfeftfre ma
1 king their purchases, as we are determined not to be
5 tNDBR80U by any bouse for CASH.'
i . Prompt and personal attention paid to orders
,7 ! 1 s. m. thom'as,
4. L nENRYT. THOMAS
Fayetteviile, Feb'y7, 1857.
r i return my sincere thanks to my friends, custom
ers and the public generally, far the liberal patronage
heretofere extended to me. As I have ample encour
agement from my friends, should I remain, and to
eive ereryooay1 tne opportunity or trading with
rHOMAS, I have concluded to eontinne busi
this City,, and solicit the continuation of the natrorr.
tf age or my incnus, customers ana tne
A . 9 , 1 ... ... . ..
: to the concern of Thomas and Bro.
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3J THOMAS .
Feb'y.7, 1857. 36-6t
Adamantine and tallow candlesj e
and common TOBACCO; and almost anything in the
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest! -
i G W. I. GOLDSTON.
Fab'y 7, 1857. , 36-tf --
.7-Five" sevenths of the FARMING AND TURPEN
TINE LAND in Harnett cotfrrfy',- known as tbe Parker
and McNeill lands, joining Wm. , Harrington's lana oa
Upper Little River. There is some 200 acres cf the
oest quaiuy 01 iow grounus on me Kiver.
Nov 29, "I856. - 26-tf
Oct. i. .'
Th. ..n i5r::,7 -w r.
lands are neavuy timbered with pines, and ;tK;n -1- """y 0 m A- .
miles of the Fayetteviile aad Western Railroad lSSr1-. ANCY, HOME and
For particulars apply to D McARTHUR IMPORTED Boots, Shoe Gaiters, ixi. and will' mann-
y-K. ;erf . J p RnppD facture all artibles ia his line in the best style at short
- ;7 3 7 j - w !-rS' BOticeJ Thankful for past favors, be soliciU a con-
't7w7.-7i.777 7x-- . v''v';-'-4:.l;' ,...'-. 7 " "
'7' 7? ' v :-v
THE FliOATtNd BILLS OR WOTCCICLK
tiilBEaed the Right of the
lf. .Sn ftr tKe Counties of UiiWberlaoa
nettl U no feady to furnish each iS may toe
lt.i)us of obtaining Right. , The machine is 8irapiefc
l to'tH id" i 4 structaf e and op'erations, and abould any
, . uerodliariri tne iis'e of tils. I
f- i foij Vin - machine irioTe. tMirttiai 11??
f i . it fail, can. cs .eswuiy an ipeeauy rptrwi
. - - 1 1. . - i a .i u A .1.1..
f Wnuiy i . ible ;U aappiyiWitboiit ftirThtER&tng
itatct ctdi.ija-ry datie. In the first pUce a child
13 o'r i4 yeir? of age can perform all the labor. .after
baring ;ieeti ii operate a lew times. ahi if th dirfc
jLpns are j adhered t"YU dd Mcb work in oke Jay.
as th'i tff tpMrweJua the ordinary way, aad the
WOT ill te moon petl&T 400.? t??low will be Xoond
ceruacate uw .urcw who ua
hart id lile one of the.machines;
. - 1 - . , .... .; . '
: "We, th nnderaleriied. having purchased of Mr Isham
Blake one of the above machines, cordially recommend
it to the favor of the Public , It washes rery "rapidly,
iand the work is much better done tKii 13 usually done
in the way, and with less wear w l!e Clothing.
It. fw etceeds oar expectations, aad has HdlV t be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
otility and eebnomy.-" l(Fe bare no dodbt of jtsb'eing
generally j used wherever introdnced. - - v - ,L -'
D. Gr. McRai, v Jno, Wuxiaks,
j:,:W Ji AotR30JyToaw DriRB, j
. iicbt,- v, - a..j: onnxtAss
a 6ar dollar SiU wBlS fwt "renr dirtr nd mnch
aefaed,: jui ia anq washed out by this machine, re
moving ail the dirtj appearaoee of the bill, and Leav
ing- , pcrieciiy vgiaie, wnicu laowa nere iiiue or
MfiXbuit phklactd ia washing fine articlpr, 4 -
11. F. P E AV C E C i ;
tS Ndfl OPENING, a large ad 4erabfe Stock of
'F4liAmL JVINTER GOODS, :
1 J consisting la part of; C C'..v.. -
I' - WW. WWW W
EayliaJi od French Merinos, f
i ; Plain and Fig'd DtLanea, some beaatif 1 patterris,
Blac luid.yacy-Alpa6aa4'rr.,.r.4F .4
S EdgingC anjti i&tef tings-a 4:4kK
t 'CollaM'aad Uddtraleeiw.?"'.-,.
v Cactu and WBaiebone Skirts, :' ?
- Jaconet. Ninod, Swl aad.P'4 31 asliris;
I riaidsj Liaseys And Kerseys.
1 Caroliia and MdrlBofd' StMpVs,
i nieacbjsd and Brdn Shirtings and Sheetings,
Sitirtttts. jeans ana iwu,
White hind Coldred Flannels,
i Extra auality of Beif Blankets,
i Ribbons, Belts, Gldves. JIdslery,
j j . uov
it a ts. Cap's Bodnets, Boots, Shoei Rhl Umbrellas; .
M'i .I j gedefSl as&yHnleiit ilf :"
j iti 'ady-mABb cto fiimG, '
arid eefy sHrtv in the YANKEE NOTION LINEi
which will e sold i A small advance for CASH, or
en time to mrictual cu'stitfers; either, at
i " I Wholesale o'r Retail.
All are re's 'efcifuUy invited to give the tall befifre
f ! B. F. PEARCE.
Hay.St., Fayettevillt; Sept. 1, 185,6". 14-tf
t t en
SOUTHERN LITEBAUY MESSENGER
j For the "fear 1856. July to December.
In issuiiTi the Pro'efctiis of the ... Twenty-Third Vol
ume of th'e SQPTIIEliN LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing wiih' the Jiily No., the Proprietors rely
solely on. the encouraging letters and promise of the
friends of the Messenger to aid them in extending its
circulation, 'and they beg to assure the public that no
exertions will be remitted en ., tneir part to maintain
the high character of the work, dnd to .challenge the
... 1 1 : 1 r .. 1 i. x A J..; .
patronage qr ail woo vaisc bici imj; uierarj
For Twentvi-One Years, the Messcnzer has endearore'd
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has been alone
among tbe monthly periodicals of America.'in defence
f the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS . OS THE
ji SOUTHERN STATES. . -i
To this office it will be devoted? and will be prompt
to repel assaults upoa the South, whether they come
under the specious garb of fiction, or in the direct form
M rfrfti-slavarr namohlets. At this critical juncture,
wbfile wrir enemies are eniploying. literature as their
rrfo'st potent weapons or attacK. tna. OUUM?l5Sr:
work iio itttia.ll be totrikp blow ia tnetr.. ae-
The Messenger will; as heretofore, present its readers.
VsitK 'Reviews. Ilistorxcal Zand Biographical
Critique i and Papers on tht Army. Navy and
77 i i , J other National Subjects. .;z' !
With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
MESSENGER. the Proprietory though they intend
greatly iaereffatrtg the size of the work, have reduced
tbe price of Srfj&eription, which is now only t'
. fHree Dollars per annum, In advance
OR FOUR I OLLXRS IF NOT PAID BEFORE THE
1 FIRST JOF JULY IN ANY YER'
CLTTBS Remitting . us Fifteen Dollars in one
letter.- wilx entitled itf Six Copies.
The Editor al and Critical department of the Mes
senger will c mtinue under the charge of s
- JOHN R. THOMPSON, Eq. Z
And will embrace copious notes on current literature
and reviews ff all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and vatu'e. Tfi'e' EtMtiVs opinions will
be always fearlessly and honestly avowed.
. The Business Department Is conducted by the under
signed, to whom all communications of a business na
ture must be addressed.
MACFARLANE, FERGUSSON St. CO.,
, Law BuT?d!;, Franklin Street, RichfiSbho; Va.
rune 1. 1000. 1
' - .7- - -
Ki T? A TTT TT HAS rembVetf
JJX A,1 IX., U U1Y his Boot ft Shoe
es"tal)ns"hnieht to -the corner5 of
Gillespie aiid Fraufclin' streets,
ta((e Bank, in and under, the rooms
- .1- t iL Af Ja m w . , . I
tie nas on o&od al
liberal patronage heretofore bestoWed.-
-r ...... bl 1 S 5- . . .:.
J C J A S H I NO Mj
I Prillirigs and Tifcftiiig. -i
Irish Iiirietis; gHod iUsyftnfeHt,
onnosits thA R
v ! ''.'. -U'w. ;-v-Av-ii'-'
FAYETTEVILM; N. C.v
Maryland Lotteries A
1 COituIK & tu aur ip
. " A FORTUNE FOR THE. TRIAL. -n
' ' There is a tide in the affairs or man, :f
' . Which, if token at the flood, leads to fortune, t
ONE TRIAL4 ilJrf;M ZUg0R Lf
- .. SnlndidSchemettiSue;ta lRb' J-
. Than any other office in the - Stue bfi1fi,rylKrid.,v
ALL PRIZES GUARANTEED BY THE STATE
SINGLE TICKETS :
Wholes Jtl ,- :: Halves 50 eta. ; " ; r Quarters 25 cjts.
I CERTIFICATES OF FACSAGBS: 7(
J6 Whole TickeU ; s 7 $16.00
16 Half TickeU . ; -v;.. . T,--: 8.00
26 Qnarter Tickets 4.00
i NOTHJNG VENTURE. NOTHING GAIN;, .
Tickets Bought by the .Package are always the most
; Prontable to" the Purchasers
For $25 we send package Whoie, Halves & Quartets,
For $10 we send package Halves & two Whole tickets
tor 90 we send package Quart s s, one wnoie licket.
. . Look at the following
OMe df which are drawn at 13 o'clock each day cf ie
f ? 7 weer." -.f '
.' - .1:! ' 7' - BRILLIANT.
f 47,267 Uoliars.
7 MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY
" Class 310.
CORB1N A CO., AjtESTS
1 do .
1 . do
S4 do '."-
64 do '7
22,176 do '
24,861 prises amounting to
h capitad prize. :;
I 5,000 Dollars. :
PATAPSCO institute lottery;
" " Clam " Id?; "
I ft CORBIN A CO.; AGENTS:-
1 ' prize of
27,814 prizes amoaating to
'' ." O
CORBIN A CO AGENTS.
Tickets $1 Shares in , prorortion. L
: We Invariably answer letters by return mail.m
Closing the tickets in a gCod safe envelope, and alw,.
o'bsetve the. strictest confidence. After the drawing
over, we' send the official drawing, with a written-
planation of the result of the venture ' a
Prizes bought at this-office are payable immediakv
after the drawing in Current Money, and we take Uaij
Notes of any State, or Bank draTtani payment or tli
etsat par - For odd amounts in making chang we rt
eeive postage stamps, they being more couveuif atthn
sttvef 4 pZf f espondents may place the utmost co8deiR;
in the regularity and safety of the mails, as vf ry Ut
or ao miscarriages of Money 1 happen wnen property
directed to us. Be careful that you mention yobr P
J Office, County and State. Gi Vie lis. ixt least on single
rial, you cannot lose much, if not gain. On singk
trial may make you independent for lite. 1 1 1 Ij
There should be no such word as fail. Address j
7 pORBIN & CO, l:
s . i . Box 190 Post Office, Baltimore 'Jtfd.
Oct: 11 . 2l-6m -
NEW AND, CHEAP GOOIJS
James IX vie
HAS just received a very larg-nuk reneralysL
French aad asrlisN Merinos .
Do. Delains, Plain and Figured ;
Dress Silks, Fig'd and Plain :
. Black Fillet Mits ;
Sleeves and Collars :
Cloths, Cassimeres and Satins : .. i '4
Bear and Negro Blankets ; ?, .
4 to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Hcmestics :
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing;
Carpeting, Good and Common ; '
Boots and Shoes ; '
, Anchor Bolting Cloth 5
Kerseys and Linseyj
Irish Linens, Orash ; " -
Table Diaper and Napkins.
..nleiK10 u7 thtr ort;cles " of which being pr
chased by the Package, will be offered-at low pric
by wholesale or retail, v
Nov. 18. 1856. 2.Vtf "
VOBBIjY HOUSE !
POWERS i TRnr, r
jLUm i T1;p..:.1,J!.." 7.
fWKV "A" ' l-Lw"'.: M'raeM
Hi SZZaZ Tr. li71"ul7"-0winS con-
t .u . ciieaueu
7" -'-"ig jiHuuajjB exienaeu w
them, they hare been induced tn
accommodatioa by the addttiWT fcTffnf extensive Dinin?
Room pa the lowef tfobr. and suite of Room's on the
second flnr.V- thni onkM!.. i . . n
recona noor tnus enabling them to accommodate all
em with a call. And thev tried
ocreased exertion to give satisfaction j
Spaeious StaTbies afachVd aW eatefuf. Ostlers in
Tb eBgible location of. 4 he Establishment, with" ft"
experience of the Proprietors in providing for e
comfort of their phtrohs, thpylpFe wilt secure to them
a liberal share of the traVet' . -
ftfen?8H So?therilS tas : ai'aad'depart
Carriages in attendance oh arrival' and ''departure oil
' - ... JI KUC Ut.l .1 tfltlllfltlKflfiri lI VaooAnMAM.
f i . ocii. .sir.
in - otfwn.
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iMARCII Ii 187;
TE oV -STOK.TH CAttOLIIf A.-.ROBESO.
vrwr Covr of Laio-Fall Term. lS56.t
I Walklcy & Johnston ts Joua. V'Jlea:an!
Witney, AJexander McMillan. Clerk of sM Court,
oer, A. I. looo. This Dee. 22, 1856 ,
-IH:.:-,' -r7. -"7-. ...A. MCMILLAN, C. S.C.,
-:- Jan. 10, 1837i ' ' 32-6t ' ..7
NORTH CfROLIMA ttOBESOJ
.,, cpuicrvi .-p. '
TSiwrior Courtof LahFall Term 1856.7
William Boyce Jk Co.. tsJ Jonathan' WRegaH;
y 7 ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT 7 7;ii
It appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court ihel
sa.a perenaeut is not an inhabitant - or this ttaie m,
ordered by the Court, . that Publication be made in,
the orth Carolinian, a newspaper publishel in ins
Town of Fayetteviile, for thepace of six weeks, .notir
fying the said Jouatban W Regan to appear at the
next Term of the Superior Court .of Law fortheCpun
ty or RobesoBi I at thetCouift IlPiffea in Luri?brtb'n on
the fourth Monday in March rtext, and then and there
to Dlead or feblevv or final iiiils'mont' will be Kivcn
against him. -Witness Alexander McMillan Clerlf' of
said Cptirt.at office in Lumbtrton the fourth Monday
in September A. D. 1856. This 22nd Dec. 185(1.
- a. s McMillan, u. s v, .
STATE OP KORTU C A ROUS A ROBESOS
: . cotJWTy. - - . . , ,:,7
Superior. Court of :LawlFaR Terti 185G.
Churchill Walkley & Johnsoniys-Jonathari t Regan;
I ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT.
the said Jonathan W. Regan, to appear at the next
team of the SupeHbr. Court 'of Law lor the '"ctfttnty of;
Robesonu attheCourt house in Lumber ton on the 4lh
replevy,! or final Judgment will bo given agan
7- Witness. Alexander 3! JlMiliaa. Clerk of said
officejn Lumbertoa the fourth JMonday in Si
i .a856-Dee-22nd 1836. . i , -
77 s r-- : a. McMillan, c. s, c.
Jan; 10, 1857 32-Ct -,7,,-jj ;7: -
tOUSTJi J ;
'uwun'iur jvv.ri or jiuo 'j.'au j.erni iaot
j ,: .
L. B. Godwin vs. C. W. Crawford
; 1 ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
t -It appris to the satisfaction of thVConrt that
ihe said defendant is not an inhabitant of this State
t ordei-ed by the Court that Publication be made
:n the North Caronnian a newspaper published in the
Town or fayetteviile, for the f-pace of six weeks noti-
ying the jsaid fc: W-Crawford toj appear at the next
ferm of the Superior Court of Liaw for the County of
voiteson. at tne court itouse , in lumot-rion, on ine
rourtb Monday in March next, and then and there
10 plead or replevy, or final judgment will: be- -given
igain;t him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
said Coiin at office in Lumber.ton, the fourth Monday
:ii Septembei- A. D. 1856. ' ThisDec. the 22nd 1,
. a. McMillan, c. s
Jan. 10, 1857.
CATHARINE Me LEAN
AR n. McLEAN, and others..
V IPetf lion for Ddwcr
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.
the defendants in thiscase : Phillip Walker. Elfv Walk
r, Purcy Lockhart, George May . and' '..wife. Is.rtha,
Juo Mock and-wife Mary, iiufus Itlooks and wife Sa
rah, reside beye'n'd'.the limits of the State., On mo
tion, it is Ordered that publication be made in t lie
North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the town
of Fayetteviile. for six successive . tfeeEs, notifying
the said defendants to be and appiear at the next term
of the Couj-t ot Pleas and Quartei sessions, to be helil
for the county, of Har,nejtt, at tjie Court House in
Sumraerville. on the 2d Monday in March next, then
and there to answer, plead or demur the said petition,
or the tinwj will be heard exparte land Judgments pro
eonfesiio, ;be renderod against them.
Witness-ilienjamiu F Shaw, Clerk of our said court
at office in ammerviile, 2d S?(nday; in December, 1856, j
and in the Klst venr nf Amprirun IhVli'rptidpttr.e.
- i. . B. FRANKLIN SHAW. Ci.kkk.
by A. B. IIORTON, D. CI k.
Jan. 17. !857i.
STA'lta OP NORTH CAROLINA ROBESON ,
' COUNT V. -.
Superior Court of LawFflll Term 1850. j
Nlchtlhs Powel vs. Stephen II. Martin
IGINAL ATTACHMENT - ;
ie satisfaction of the conrt that tbe
- -habitant of this 4tate, it ia
Sri that nublieation.be made ia the
an a newsoaper published in. the,Ti(wn
le for tbe space of sii' weeks' notifying
iue sa il
urXfoni.n Tt . K.rrin tnannmr nt tbe nevt Term
- -j .. pu.. u Ut AM . .M . " " I'
01 'ho Sm-.,-;A,' rXJ,. ke r.u fr- the nnnntr of ltobe-
1 . , (VI wvf w V. ' ' "v. "
"J"1. at the Court House in Lumbertpn on the fourth
JIOQdav in l..-AU I than anA tKord t.-l fllfOfl
Mt replevy 0r final, judgment will be given against
l-lTitnfisi jffpiAnder McMillan clerk of said
curtatnfficeiin Lumberton. the fourth Monday in
September A. D. 1856. This Dec. 22nd 1856.
a. McMillan c. s. c.
'0, 1857. ' 32-Ct
sTATg op NORTH CABOLTN' MONTGOM-
Lourt of Plees and Quarter Sessions January
! Term, 1857.
o. i ., i uriginai uuatuuitui..
ovarorongn. y ; ; , ! u
?Pearig to the satisfaction of the Court, that
w; - ym Uefehdant is net an inhabitant of this State
--mot,on. it is thefefore ordered by the Court, that
f--vanoa bn mado In - Morth 1 rnTinian. a news
4f Pi. """""gn 10 oe ana iinui-ur our nut iciui
Pleas and Onr- i,a i.i,i t thA nn.,rt
in Tr " A "r?Vr' V CTT: VSJT; jrr7r. -
and th m Troy' on the first Monday fn'A?il'n6xt; then
be e-ivfr6 to p,ea(i or replevy or flnaL judgm'eat will
st and agatQiil to' satisfy riairitifTs debt; inter-
1 "tness, John Mntmn r-V,vrw jtW ir-'
etfr0" n January, A. D. 1857, ;this
' 'uuary, i&a.; , ;
'Jan lV - JOHN- MtfLlTAN, CCC.
Wy i, Elliott,-
rusted to hlfteare.
4- 7 "r '"7..- .
VrtSi in JfiSbiVant of this Stated it Ts I A nnticat friend of oars, a. old sea captar.i ! use ot tobacco l ths lorui 01 c.garwiy ue, m . v
piEblictlon be made in the -j 1. nr,-Prl fnr'hU pfVpntruMf us7 related '.a- facttlwri tNe fii'' V-Thfi ortir'e .k .Mlrghh
I fptipe-Published ia .the Town 7" '.. 7. , . ;.v l: : ,C .. .T-
" ;w .isArillJlwetW' t- rrit. 1 . - ,.? n.iifM.FW QTftu-iie-ah r"0''- t-, I . '.tKrtronMrffd rftoiiivM!?
I4 cia.Jbambertoa.lJD,, fb rt ta few month? sTmfe; The stdi4r Joses ftf oaTTSiV : " ?. Vjcad
mlh ext,nd then anrf there to pleadH ta3. - v , ?? Mtnmtjya StOf r; -.ft.X ;
reoTBTv TTial indirfflnt will 1m ao-ainRtlliai.' IT " " 'P1 "criDUVB. llOWCr. Kut r lipr nf irm,9 .T . ' .1.. 1 ;-, ' , 7
It aopearine to the Satisfaction of the Court that the
said deterident is rib't an inhabitant of this ..Stole, it is t "lack turned, to Lis d7i
ordered by the Court that Pulilicin Ue hiale in tbe f nn'orhVr :'- ' - B"4."peermg
North Carolinian a Newspaper publied in the Town 1 z t" PS?:?? Quired the hanie Tof
of Fayetteviile, for the space of six weeks, notifying ' the applicant. Our hem ftl'Ji
K Ru4hed in fte tb'ifa cT Fayetteviile,
Oi r 7: mx anccessive weeks, notify in g the s
N 0 lit it OA HO LI N IA'N"
. fJlYETTEVfLLE. JV. C
A Sailor's Brians t
k - vs. aju Ei
:u VP.loiir,enpfthe many
1 ""'u lHevIU,ia,'fats o th'at
4 T?v;, nPfc the; least -wliiU, - was.'
' as "in Ingjriind's eve nff?.' i.ij.
tt . .. :
ruu ni.riift nr.
minions ofi 1im RWt ..'-'-iUii .
and applied to that irent.ema,, fnr l.nw'
. ; - . . .
u, Arrivrng at thtf pprtals qf He mansVon bf
.wSoe J,,s fate after a .lpnff . life' spent- dii
' u,s rjesrrThe'little
. l fr !"
"Ij nnftief ;is Bbb-TfortAlcm?;''
fter heqaesti0G5vere;r jj1.
tne devil turned over the leaves of
L!I n IB rn,..,.,i
. dook until 111s prr ronton rm th nmw r?ov.-,.a 1
; f-n-j m
avinfl- tnncftad it - tf i . ..
- . .j ' tcteuti, 10 "W(
and wafer"'' '.l:i.i7 "44" ' .
Ve went frji T'' "le-"'ers,.' cCort u Ua he has a qffd i , ..
ip finTi' ?' Vveu Hopper. ;herymi took your I A
inienontji -!.-Havinjr.from hie fWni xKiV " -i t ' i .V ; ; :ef.&?- v Everv oro
proeeeed tretarir't j the aay; his hohj MnsTef ioS,' - relaxation t .7.1
vHuthe acco.ahnsfiedrsafid entire muscuiif i-& friable
?an?- and...,ofty tarablirig, in ashort spaeaof j cfiects." If there be 'c mdfe. prostrating to,
tme. After-afely fesrchiHhisv Tessel; heih body'an'd &e crncifjinto all the sympa- ai
turned In," and soon fellVsWn on . nw U,-i e 7. .. .v?;i And natuTe. we' have vet to 7
ptemer . ,7 "Residence lif, J '.
o tlielackless Tompkins, and cast up upm B 4 1 HUt
eutiy a balanceaad in answer to his ;dteri"bu,ri'' Kdks"
ated question of what am I entitled to? bawM
. , . . Vt?
uul ' 1118 attendants in the back ground JT1X,
J "Make up a of -a fire in No 10 for Do
f 1 - c. -,
j Aompkiust bailor, Boston ; do lliin brown !
- ihe Ixflufvck op u (Innn TItr
lowing admirable testimony to the value and
influence of a life'of -uprightness and goodness,
is from the pen' bf DrA Chalmers It should be
engraven in letters of gold ujjon the walla of
i ne ueanty or a holy life constitutes the
-ntiaiiu euecuve persuasive to relig-
10,1 which one humaii belnir carl address to
another. We have many ways of doing good
to our felled creatures; but none so efficacious
as leading a virtuous, upright and well-ordered
life. There is an energy of moral Buusiou in
.1 . . . . . '
a guuu man's lite, passing the highest efforts
of th orator's genius. The seen" but silent
beanty of holiness speaks more eloquently of
God and duty than the tongues of men and
augCls Let parents remember this. The best
inheritance a parent can betfucath to a- child
is a virtuous example ' a legacy of
, - '-
reiemorance8.ad .associations.,-. . :The beauty
of holiness beaming through-the life of a loved
relative cf friend, is more effectual to strentli-.
en snch US do Stand ill virtnii'.i Wftva nnH - rsiisft
f.. .V ' . ' ' , J . ..Z .
ul' inn&Te vowea down, than precept,
command, entreaty or warning. Christianity
itself, I believe, owes by far the greater part of
it5 don! power not to precepts or parables- of
Christ, but to his own character. The beauty
of that holiness wliich is enshrined in the four
brief biographies of the 3Ian tl azareth .- has
done more, and will do more, to regenerate the
world and bring 5tn everlasting righteousness,
than all the other agencies put . together. It
has done more to spread his. religion in the
world than all that has ever been, preached 7 or
written' on the evidences of Christianity." ; ,
.The Deaf Actor. Mr F. II. iferlges com-'"
municates a good anecdote of old Deering, who
with his daughters, played at the Utica . Mc'se
urn a Couple of years since. Dering was
bfed with the unfortunate! malady of dca
'iiess: so' mucii so, indeed,. that the only method be
adopted of knowing when it -as" his turn to
speak, was by watching lhe lips of his . fellow
aVflofsV cud noticing when they stopped. It so
chanced t'h'at during, the engagement of s'onie
celebrated star, "old IeeiMiVg-' as he' was" com
monly called, had to play a faithful old servant;
aud his master had to address him thuisrMy
on- deorge Harold, tellme, sir 1 is he living?'
t0 the worthy if coring had to reply,
"He is my lord, and at this moment taking
breakfast with his uncle ; but the star,- either
rd&Vh accident or design, 'put the quests
thus- "My son, George Harold, our ; ten me,
sirl i3 he dead?" To wbieh ofd' ITeerg
promptly replied "Jib ii hj lord, aqd ,i3 , at
this mAtoent taking Weaifast with hi3 uncleK
VOLUME XIX NO. 941
A Dfeh:.for Johaeca
The "Scalpel," a medical paper, contain J
long and labored artielo upon the nse bf tolt.ccy
j fromjyhith it anncars-that the rb6re faihi6ua
'3! f man'HTsputes ,thisnnl asscrti ir
'i1 J mse!f more c-apa6.e ofiiitelicc '
1 -. finds
MS,.f eubrt w,
1 1 1 ' -
.W baylbeiray oar own wn.i '
intelJcetoal QniekeuerhnCTve wi. veuiDre ine
quest 1 oft 2 f 'ilow mkctizi hempen joar logic
Le c.otivinced cf .. . '
'''."OoyireiaarWPPy 'il a ranch more forcible
manrfer tcT sa'ri? than to cheMig. Smrie
people are B.ii'ly'as to suppose because they
do iiot spit r while-'- smoking that no harm can
eiisue- but they should remember that the oil
of febacco, which contains th4 deadly nicotine;
(equally , deadly add. almost aa rapid in its action
as strychnine,) Is voiatilizisd and circulates with
theinspke through the delicate lining raembrauo
of the mouth at each whiff of the.pigar, and is
absbYbed by the extensive coutintfa'tion of this
membrane, that line? the riOstrifs and acts upon
the whole'body: The smoke of tobaccd is in?
deed muclrmore rapid in its 'Stupefying effect;
its' evry-professed smoker knows. It is usual.
cair. '.''soothing' by its votaries, but this is, S
(:..n re 1 ft v- til a .livt.wajre 01 biujjbiucuuii; ji
and Lours Napoleon. In
ddrcss recently delivered at
u'tli held, this remarkable
c: . .
hat stands between the-arising of the.
rld's arm and its falffhsr upon the) neck o f !
it-otisni! It is the momentary success of one
nvduXk poor worm of the dust, doomed to
rcturuojdust, aiid his name is Louis Napokoa
Jjciionairt;' -(Cheeks.) Sir, I do not" believe in
the otiiVjU'ity of suiccessful crime." (Renewed "
clfeers.) I will venture to contrast my own
humble Jot ;th the brilliant one of that poten-
I eat with my children the bitter bread
of iiomelessness J
am staggering joyless to- ,
wards an obscure rave. For inheritance, my
children may get a legacy .of sorrow; yet de- ;
votion to their country's; ca'se. Such is my
lot, but whatever may- lie my faults, my errors,
or even my sins, never vave I broken oaths,
fever have 1 deceived nations, never trilled-.
w ith the duties of an honest ratriot. '. fiLoud
Donaparte, on 'thevtoatravyXsits high in
power; dazzling the eyes of slort-S'ghted rae n
with' the brightness of his propitious starj
Still I do not believe in the stability of .suc
cessful crime. ; (Loud cheers.) Trom the
depths of my desolation I tnru my eyes to-the
universe, and from the sltfrs in the 5rraaraent
j dovi'ff to the a!om, of.dusi at my feet, I see
creation crying out aload that there is a God: .
The feeble spark of Ilis eternal spirit glim
mering in my braiu, my reason revolts p'ga'inst
lie thought that it should fie at the mercy of
adventurous crfme to break the eternal , chain
of morul laws which; by the sovereign decree"
of an omnipotent and self-consistent will, havo'
ruled the world ' since creation dawned, and
will rnTe T! to the do'ns'umrnatioii of time. My
reason revolts against the thought that a worm
the offspring of the dust, can, with Impunity;
cTefy those laws by which the eternal Lawgiver'
has bound; not only the fluctuations of human
events but has bouftid his own immovable will."
CtRroes G erman Proverbs. Women have'
long haij and short wits. ' J ;
There is only one bad w.ifc ia ( world, but'
every one thinks he has her,
- When the man .spoons in and the woman
shovels out the household must sooir falf thro''
' A woman spills more with a thimble than thev
man can draw with a bucket.!
. A womay arways keeps
secret' what she
ctOes not k'now. :' .
llich wives make poor children. 7
There ore only twp good wonieVfn'e world-
the one is uead and ttife otberis -not to &
found." . 4
Echo in tbe woods, rainbow riiM '
Yankee' editor says--"Thu' filarch of
civUization is bbWarfconaliie the s.ow
but intrepid' tread of jackass towaVds a peck;
of oats "
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