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FAYETTEVILLE; 'N. CSU-BDAff. MARCH 14. 1857.
VOLUME XIX NO. 941.
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Athccuhattb,! sartor Dra.. - .j fro,u which it appears that the more fahio,,al J4
not au yHialMtant of this State, it is i A nnntical friend of ours, an olil sea captain ! use of tobacco iu ill a form of eigarsvis wjrse, ia FL? 1
tSwLhdiuthiTi is eccentricity rein ted ;o .rh. article i2jlhl J
v-.-afevi.;k2:nfvlJ their the fnllwing dream, wh.- "RCk1 S&lXj3P Witaes"s oPtmf '-
N. uext,aad then and there to plead or ha,Jj, , , 1 "e st0' Joses m our j i. ?.;. te 'dictionary V -iead VrCk
replenlal judgement will be against hii. 7 h,s wderful descriptive power but up.- of 1: . V "rj " l?Hir.nA
WitJSSS. Alexander McMillan, Clerk, of said Court, however, as nearly iLs. wo ! " imwculttttc&& J - a f
at office in Lumberton. the fourth Monday in Severn- - . ft . ' - .? rer"ect it, tans tlics: fflan dTspates thisr! and flf-Hffi fl ' nds i J
ber, A. I). 185U. This Doe. 22 I85S P" llavi"; tonefc?d at St Helena 'tn w.i U a ,,u ani sserts . tb
. A. McMILLAX, CSC. i and 'water,' atney saV 611 CT
J...I8.1MT. the went on ihbrW ZeS!! n!W? i h&e " V
Stat a sortTH cuoA-dBH-so'at the house of a iofil X'nd' t?" '" aJ,& PrV.88- . A
It appearing to the Satisfaction of the Cou. t the I the fa.nons "south side" 'Vpl W 1 f'P tbok JOOf Ad .3
Sivd defendeut is not an inhabitant of this State- it is. hiferioritv TI P?,e at s own , ho inajestica'ly did f&xrW1 011 cu" -J".'"1 ' ' rV
ordered by the Court, that Publication be made in . . y" . JJaVin? from his frequehi pbtfit'ion's ' whe'rf"rflii.-fir-f f i i-Vi fffeets? Everr "ui o
the North Carolinian, a newspaper publMied in the got "comfortably drt.uk rlM tt , , J 0-fert felt its ; flit ?r-" rf .
Town of Fayetteville, for tbeJ;e of six weeks, noti-proceed((1 . . uruuh, lea -tltroagli," he must 'remeuibcr thefirfeffect of tobacco i
fying the said Jonathan W. Regan to appear at the L- . u return to the quay; fro his boat. ! SiinsM "ertiro toniftfl' and relaxatio.,s t' " J
next Term ot the Superior Court of Law for the Coun j WCji he accoirihlished en. A ' r 1 ' js -J- .. . . . it, , ..(M
ty of Robeson, at thMJourt Hds in fcuirbbfion on ,-fo'ni.d . v. ' j after sundry feats of , the entire musculif sr(m, - its luvanable ; J
the fourth Monday in March m-.xt. and then and there. .wiy rumbling, in a short space of J effects If thi lie ko more prostrating' t o -! v. y
to plead or rcblevy or final iudzment will be eivcu time. After staF ii- .. if inert ue tr . . ? . Vli
eooui, ne. fc-nu ooay anq more pi ,uo ojujpii-
3
TERMS
OF SIBSORIPTIOS TO
For
THE FliOATtNO BALLS OR mtCCKLK
ASIIINO MACHINE.
J-S CT' lt P"1 in 'lTnce, per aUyaaU sutweriber haviitg pj-cBaaed the Right of the
" mt nd bf 3 nf Machine fcirtlie Counties of CaWberland and
Wi5' ,7 - " at the end of OOSfWtt, . ''no ready to furnish such as may be
attheendotV '.f 3 50
Ho subacnptioivwm be rpceised f or X Jiol
year nmess pjtn advance; T-;"Tjsi3tefl
. im ue view of eiteading the cirCBl- J
w vMmiawii, 4 yrr, 95 OO -
10.
15 OOf
... Rae of AdvertldBgl -
5'ily nU per 'Br of 18 w lew, for the first
ni 30:ea Tor each sabeqaent insertion, nnlesa the
dvertueMent U pnblished for more than two month,
waen it will bo charged " .
For three months, - . . . ..1 qq
For six months, - - ." . 00 '
For twelve months, - - . . . j0 0
All ad verH.em.nts must have the desired number of in-!!"!-mVktdJon
ibem- ortnerwise they will be !"
.erted till forbid and charged accordingly. SpeeZ
attention it directed to this requisition.
WM. T. WIGHTM AX & CO.
, . CLEMKST a. WRipiIT.
ht(bj person navinr ine use oi qpis.
foe .this machine more than ttroat it is a
taiHtl ih itHln O annnlv kitknii. ill
us of obtaining a Risrht. The machine is simple,
oth id il structure and operations, and should sot
tfirtifflt . rff " fil. can, be e AsUy and speedily repaired
l uv nui claim
Ma r Fi.rfr.rm
ivila the crdinary duties. In the first rtc a flviw
12 or 13 yeat3 of age can perform all the labor, after
eaving . seen, operate a tew times, and if the. direc
tions are adhered to,-will do as much work; in obe day
as three t?r fodr wen in the ordinary way, and the
wdrk will be njucH better (jnet Feldw will be found
a certificate frond tttso who hare DurcHilsh anA n
have id iln oti nf thnn rnrh i rmw .
Maryland X.ottei
COKlilN & CO AGENl'S
A FORTUNE FOR THE TRIAL.
" There is a tide in the affairs of man,
Which, if taken at the flood, leads to fortune.
April 13, 1859.
93:lr
ISII AM . BL AKF,
A. fePEARS-
RNEY AT T' A w
AffsXCiS tk. Courts of CnmhetUnd, Harriett
Wake and Johnston.
Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., K. C.
Feb. It. 185. g5.y
BARTITiV FULLER,
rt Attorney nt Xnw,
' 'AnetTBVll.I.Ri .H, C.
Xay b comal td t the Law Office of Jese G
herd, Esq., on Green Street. .
N , : ADUBWr j. STBDJlAN,
" Having removed to PITTSBORO, ;X: C will attend
April ii, 1836. tf v v . I :
J DR. K. . A. JJDACK.;
' OfFlOB Front Room. oW rif - J- X' ttiiwi
reb-y 7. 18J6.
84-tf
FOR SALE
' ritpTKTitrjt, N. d: April 9. 46:
We, the nndersigded. having purchased of Mr lsfaam
Blake one of the above machines, cordially recommend
it to the favor of the Public It wasoe vory "rapidly,
and the work is much better done tHad 12
in the old way, and with less wear to iHe Clothing,
j It far exceeds oar expectations, and has only to be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
utility and economy. - W6 have no doubt of its b'einc
jmci ij HKu wiicrcver luwrooncen.
D. Q. McRak. Jno. D.' Wiiiiajfs.
. vr. i . ASIDER30.H-, 3oh.h JL. Starr,
Wh. McLacrik, 'Joseph A. Worth,
A. P. II cbt," v A . J. O'lU-Vf 3v
, Ja; G. Smith, V a ' Datjd Wem'tss.
,W in company wrtH ievcral other jrentlemcn. saw
3iour aouar mil wct.M was very dirtjr and much
efaced. but in and Washed
j?,T'n !I the dirtj appearaoee of the bill, and Jeav
t -ir,l.r,erf?;ct,T h?gible, which shows there ik little or
ti-j fiuuuucu in wuuing nue articioF; '
Fuanb: N. IiOBEBTS,
ilAS. G. Smiths'
ONE TRIAL MAY MAKE Y;
Splendid Scheme,
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9TOU.TH CAItOLISA UOBESOA.
COUSTY. .(
.fior Cor of LaioFall Term 4856
walKtey & Johnston to Joua. V. Iiecan
L. flRK! IV 1 I . 1 IFVi rilHDl!l
NOHTIl CAllOtlNIAir
LAYETTE VILLE .V. V
A DUh ftw T!ae0 -flfewcra aad Sm&kcrs.
The "Scalpel," a medical paper, containA
long and labored article upon tne use oi too&ectj
FJlLL TRADE,
185G.
i - -
81 Acrei of Laid, lying oriC.ij?e Kear River Store,
Dfrelling, Out Houses all in first rate order. The Store
is at a fine business stand at ttf Cross Roads and the
an! is not to be excelled by arty in Nbrttt Carolina.
Any persoa desiring to purchase can o'btiirt further
particulars respecting the propirtv by calling ca
dither tff dt At vrillia' Creek oa the Wilmington Road
15 miles from Fayetterille.
SARATI WRIGHT.
Oct 18-tf JAI?S WRIGHT.
0. HOUSTOIT-
WOULD return his thanks to
the public for the liberal patron
age he has received, nd brtnes.
by ihinetuality in business, for a
continuation of the same.
He has commenced business on
his own responsibility, on the
-"-'V!B' doot3 below the Cape Fear IJaFh,
and three doors above his old stand where he would
be glad to see all his old friends. He expects to keep
bn hanrl a good assortment of Saddle. Bridles, Whips,
andevery thing in his line of business.
N. B. He will attend to repairing of Saddles; Har
ness, Ac, and his charges shall be moderate.
September 13, 1856. 15-Cm
B. F. PR A"b!C R
iS Nd W OPENING, a large and desirable Stock of
FALL AND .WINTER GOODS,
" j-. . consisting in part ot ..
Black and Colored Silks, . , .
English and French Merinos,
Plain ahd Fig'd U Lanes, some beantifvl patterns,
Black and Eancy Alpacas, - - -
Edgings annwrtingg, ' .-".-.-v. '.'"
Collare and Uridrfsleerei,. ' " . f '
Cactus and Whalebone Skirts, , i
Jaconet, Naineodk. Swiss aad.Plaid V twlin's:
Satidetts. Jeans and Tweeds,
Plaids, LiaseVs slnd Kerseys.
Carolina and'.MarlboTd' Sties,
Bleached and Bro'n Shirtings and Sheetings,
White and Colored Flannels,
Drillings and Tickings.,
Irish Llrietis; good asscrtnfetil.
Linen TaHie JJIdtHs, .Tdweling
Shawls, Cloaks and Mantillas,
dwelings and Napkins,
JVOTICE.
Copartnership notice.
The nndersigned have this day associated themsel
ves together under the name and style of
S. 31. TIIOMIS t BRO.,
Fdr the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile Busi
ness at the Store, occupied by S. M. Thomas, (Market
pquare) wtiere we will keep constantly on hand a
large and wU selectod STOCK OF GOODS. Em
bracing,
Staple'Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes,- Yankee Notions, Hard
ware, Cutlery, Hollow-ware;
and a large and choice
selection of GRO-
.' .' V ' - ..." ('iiqnoiw eertod,.''
repeetliUjr invite our friend's' diitT the Public
eaerally to call and examine our Stoek beftfre ma
king their purchases, as we are determined not to be
t'NBKESOLD by any house for CASII.
Prompt and personal attention paid to orders
S. M. THOMAS.
Fayetteville,Feby7, w8"- THOMAS.
iJlQmyvf,!nCeretha,,?ks,to f"nds, 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
'IT?eoyl.ly the ?PPr'uity of trading with
THOMAS, I have concluded to eontinue business in
this City,, and solicit the continuation of the patron
age of my friends, customers and the public srerierallv
to the concern of Thomas and Bro
Feb'y 7, 1857. j' M"
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLES; ftfe ' ' Th B.US,nuSa DePartraent is conducted by the under
nrl fnmmnn TflllHVlfi. i . ... I,IC Slfirned. to whnm all . J . 1
r:rr iS;i Tk 1- V u -' :. ' tu i n g In the ture m t l " a uness na-
r 5??ANE' FEHGUSSON & CO,.
Law BuiTffiirg, Franklin Street, RicfewW, a.
June I, 1856. '
Extra aualitv of Bed Blankets.
Ribbons, Belts, Gloves. Hosiery, Ab.
ALSO
Hats. Cap's, Bdrinets, Boots, Shoes Rh5 Umbrellas;
gedcftfl dsscfHtt'ent f
READY-MA Be CLo'flHNG,
arid" evefj. variety in the YANKEE NOTION LINE,
which will be sold it a small advance for CASH, or
n time to punctual cdsidiHefs; either at
Wholesale or Retail.
All are resp"oRfully invited to glfe me 3 al befefre
purchasing else'Sncre.
B. F. PEARCE.
Hay St., Fayetterille; Sept. 1, 1856. 14-tf
Prospectus
, or THE
SOUTHERN l.ITEHAKY MESSENGER
For the Year 1856. July to Deceulber.
TWKSTV'THfllU tOLCME.
In issuirrg the Pro'sr'ectus of the Twent v-Third Vol
ume of tlie SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing with' the Jilly No., the Proprietors rely
solely on the encouraging letters and prnmi?s 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 rertiitte8 da, their part to maintain
the high character of the work, find to challenge the
patronage of all who valnc sterling litefar merit.
For Twenty-One Years, the Messenger has endeavored
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has leen alone
among the monthly periodicals of America, in defence
f the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
SOUTHERN STATES.
To this office it will be devoted? and will be prompt
to repel assaults upon the South, whether they come
under the specious garb of fiction, or in the direct form
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critical juncture,
while our enemies are employing, literature as their
most potent weapons of attack, the Southern tmui
Witt m'rel at wlb!olt tfteir nourajreaieiit from m
iror . iM oma miut ItsTfall be Co strike Wows in tnetr de
fence. ' - " - -'
The Messenger will, as heretofore, present its readers
iCftH Reviews, Ilislorxatl and Biographical
Sketches, Novels, latex, 1 ravels, lussays. Poems.
Critiques; and , Papers on the Army, JVavy and
' rr i : 1 v . i -.
airier iifii tfitut, u ursjt'Cl s
.With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
.Mi-V5f5Bue.it. tne i-ropnetors though they intend
greatly increasing the size of the work, have reduced
the price of Subscription, which is now only
ThYe'e Dollars per. annum, in Advance,
OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT PAID BEFORE THE
FIRST OF JULY IN ANY YE.iR'.
C LC'BS Remitting us Fifteen Dollars in one
letter, wt. be entitled to1 Six Copies.
The Editorial and Critical department of the Mes
senger will continue under the charge of
JOHN R. THOMPSON, Esq.,
And will embrace copious notes oh current literati...
ana reviews ot all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and valu'e. flfe KflifcV'H Opinions win
lw Klwnva fi..p...uU J 1 . i . r "ill
TT 7, . ' uouesuy avowed
SOLD. MOR
Than anv other office in - thn Stitc nt llirvli'ii.t
.ALI. PRIZES GUARANTEED BY THE STATE
SINGLE TICKETS : '.
Wholes 1 Halves 50 cts. , . Quarters 25 cts.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
26 Whole Tickets . Sis on
26 Half Tickets !
26 Quarter Tickets i'.oo
NOTHJNG VENTURE. NOTHING GAIX;
Tickets Bought by the Package are always the most
" Profitable to the Purchasers.
TRY PACKAGE.
For $25 we send package Whole, Halves (JcVrters
For $10 we send package Halves & two Whole tickets
xor o we sena package Quart 8 & one Whole Ticket
L.00K at the following ;
SPLENDID SCHEMES. ;
Oiie of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day c'f tSe
week.
BRILLIANT.
47,267 Hollars.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY
Class 310.
CORB1N & CO., A ;ETS.
SCHEME.
1 prize of
1 do
1 do
1 do l
1 do i
160 do
64 do
64 do
6 4 do
4.328 do
22,176 do
24,861 priaea amounting to
CAPITAL PRIZE.
5,000 Oollais. .
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTEEY.
Class ld2;
CDRBIN A CO.; AGENTS.
I prize of '
.10
....
8
200
t3
3
126
3,906
23.436
do
do
t!o
do
do
do
do
agaiust ntro. vv itness Alexander McMillan Clerk" oi "tnrnol t n ,
id Court at office iu Lumberton the fourth Monday j . ,ulu soon lell asleep, and
September A. D. 1S5S. This 22nd Dec. I85C. i "ie:dreatn. "
Jan. 10, 1857
a. McMillan, c. s c.
32 tit
now for thies of man's
T r
& n t he dommiow of hi, Satanic majesty
appLedtothatgentieniau for ot
;al.e forfhdLim..ad inquired what
I""'1 "1 Ills
STATE OP
NORTH CAROLINA ROBESON
COCNTV.
Superior Court of Law--Eall Tcmi 1S56.
Churchill Walk ley &, Johnson vs. Jonathan Wi Regan:
ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT.
It aurearmS to the Silfisftir-t inn fif
said det'eudent is rib't an inhabitant of this Stale, it is black" turner! t T.r
spent' Ctl
-The -little min in
ordered by the Court that Public;ti- ue made in the ! 0 p i -' meager. and peering
North Carolinian a Newsoancr utibiuhml in th Tmvn! 1 ' ' er uls sPCCtacles: fnniiij-o1 . .
of Fayctteville. for the space of six weeks, notifying the applicant Our l,r,,. i. '
the said Jonathan W. Regan, to appear at the next ' . V ' " "P1? a"6WCred him ind
u..i iuc ouiei ilt VUUI i OI L3VT lor MIC cc'jmy OI
Robeson, at the Court house in Lumberton on the 4th!
Monday in March next, aud theu rind there ulead or i
replevy, or final Judgment will be given agaiu.-t him. ;
Witness. Alexande MtMillan. Clerk of said conrfat :
oiBee.in Lumberton the fourth Monday in Sipteinber ,
V. D. 1856 Dee 22ud 185ti.
. McMILLAN. C. S. C.
'Xj name Is Bob Tompkins:"
"Ocrnrntir..? ": --.:..-'
be cbiiv'iiiced'rf jt-
j-. . - . 1 - 1. r -l .
"UDr reaiarR BPi"J lil a mucn more iorcioie
maiirier to" o'nS than to chewihg. Some
people are 'so silly s to suppose because they
do not spil ; while- smoking that no harm can
eusuej but they should remember that the oi?
of ?jbacco, which contains the deadly nicotine;
(equally deadly atid. almost as rapid in its action
us stryeuninc,; is Tolatilizcd and circulates with
the"snioke tlirongh the delicate lining membranj
of the mouth at each wliiff of the.pigar, and is
absolved by the extensive coutinu'ation of this
membrane, that line? the nOstrifs and acts upon
Jan. 19, 1SS7. 32 Gt
Sailor."
"Residence??'
, j-the . hole 'body. 1 he smoke of tobacco is iur
jtleed much more rapid in its Stupefying efl'est,
y- . - ci.ij jji uieaauu smutitT KIIOWS. 11 IS uSUUIJ
Joston, XrlooXn h ts votareSf bat tr,fs is,
. Alter l!iee quesUoR-er retiViMl-te xTW; r. ' -r .,-...J..-a-... T
ikBlkilT Altt? Mw vnnitl m. m m mm m, tr. ' U I.O f I lAn I sa r,- , . - - - mmr ., A .' . : A . '
i
27,814 prizes amounting to
o-
Class 255,
CORBIN 4 CO., AGENTS.
Scheme.
1 prize of
1 do
IJi-.T
1
2
2
2
211
66
66
4,224
35,740
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
30,316 prizes,
tie-
uo
, 25
lu
"j. '.
amounting to
Tickets SI shares in prorortion
. We invariably answer letters by return mail.-,,
tlc'sing the tickets in a gpod safe envelope, and alw;.
o'bsetve the strictest confidence. ' After the drawing
over, we Send the official drawing, with a writteu'i
planation of the result of the venture. ,.j
Prizes bought at this office are payable immediate
after the drawing in Current Money, and we take Iiar
Notes of any State, or Bank drat'ts in payment Jor t;..L
ets at par. For old amounts iu making cliuni wett
ceive postage stamps, they being more couveuimtth.
stfve?. Cffespondentsmay place the utmost cojflden;
in the regularity and safety of the mails, as viry f,
or no miscarriages of Money happen when ptoDHrf.
directed to us. Be careful that you mention yoar p.j
umce, uouDty sna state. Uive us at least onsnij
trial, you cannot lose much, if not gain. Onisins;!.
trial may make you independent for life. Tt
-I-1. . . i i.i i... . i i .. . . i
incic buuuiu oe no hucii M ora as lau. Auuressj, )
Oct. 1 1
Box 190
21-6m
PURBIN & CO
) P6s
Office, Baltimore aid.
i
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
James Kyle
just received a very lanr ri4,
tUUXTi"
Superior Court of Tu T,tl ia
... L. B. Godwin vs. C. W. Crawford
. ORIGINAL ATTACHMENT
.."'" It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
-he said defendant is not an inhabitant of this Stale
t is ordered by the Court that Publication be made
:i the North Carolinian, a newspaper published hi the
Town of Fayetteville, for the space of six weeks noti-
ying the said C. W. Crawford to apjtaar at the next
i'erm of the Superior Court of Law tor the County of
iobeson.' at the Coii' t House in Lumberton. on tlie
bnrth Mojiday in March next, and then and there
to plead or replevy, or final judgment will be given
gainst him. Witness Alexander McMillan clerk of
-aid CoiiH at office in Lumberton. the fourth Mondav
a September A. D. 1856. This Dec. the 22nd IK,
A. McMILLAN, C. S. C.
Jan. in, 1857. 32-6t
f 4TIHDIYP M.IP1V
. .
vs. VPe.'llnnfocDowcr
AR II. McLEAN, and others. J
the devil turned over the leaves cf
, book until his
j to tlie luckless
his reivni !
i
J
rested on the page dr Tot,. Jv-0e-il"rn AXD Loiis Napoi.eox. In the
romnkius. and cast tin c0;ii"se o aii address recentiy delivered at Ed-
irentiy' a balance and in answer to his :!.r-l-;"LrSi,' Kssu'tli held this remarkable lan-
ate.l question of what am I entitled to? bawh-jj luac:
out to Ids attendants in the back ground t What stands between the- rising
"Make tin a. - nf n ; x l a f,-- rid's arm and its fair?hr unon tb
Tompkins, Sailor, Boston; do him brow..:
fol-
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
the defendants in thisciise : Phillip Walker. Etfv W:il
er, Pm-cy Lockhart, George May and wife Mi.rtha.
Juo Mock and wife Mary, Rufus Hooks and wife Sa
rah, reside beyen'd.f he limits of the State. On mo
tion, it is ordered that publication be made in the
North Carolinian, a newspaper pnblished in the town
of Fayetteville. for six successive vHeCs. notifying
the said defendants to be and annear at the next ti i m
oi me court ot t'leas and Quarte
The Ixfi.ce.vci5 of x Good Life. The
lowing admirable testimony to the value and
influence of a life of uprightness and soodncsa,
is from the ben' Df Dr. Chalmers. It should be
Plltrrtirnn ? 1aa m
. ... ... icuers oi gold upon the walls of
every household:
"The beanfv of n l.i,. :..
I - "'j "'c consuiuies tne
most eloquent and effective persuasive to reli-
that m" which one human bob.
mot her. We
can address to
nive many wars cf do'mo- food
to our fellcvr creatures; but none so efficacious
ns lend.ng a virtuous, upright and well-ordered
life. 1 here is an energy of moral suasion in
a good man's life, parlsing the highest efforts
oi tne orator's genius. The
of the
neck of
sessions, to ne ui.'m - ...,.VM i-t'iMiis- t nn a
fnr ll,.. r.,l VI 1- 'i ..... s- : :.. . ... " " niltill
...v. ui iimjivt, ill 111,; COUlt HOUSe IN leatltV lit Imniinc.-. i ,
Siiintnerville. on tlie 2d Monday in March next, then , 7 1 "ollne speaks more eloquently of
and there to answer, plead or demur the said netition. txd and duty than tlie trno-n..o f j
or the time will be heard exparte and Judgments pro an"h!s K. n- r,.,,.-.' . ' i -
confenio, be remlerod against them. i . et PurolUs remember this. The best
Witness. Benjamin V Shaw. Clerk of on r said Court, mneniawee a parent ca'h betfuoat.h tn a k;M
and in the 81st vear of AmerieaV T H,. I ndV ee ' ' ) ',.lUUS eXamPIc. a leS' f hallowed
. . t rmiri
Jan. 17, 1857;
r UANKLIN SUA W. Ci.kkk
by A. B. HOBTON. V. Cl'k.
33-Ct
has just received a verv lariw
n. ii f ii iir i .tn iiiii- v ti are.
mnen ana JSnglish Merinos lr..
L-neralf1
Do. Delaius, Plain and Figured ;
Dress Silks, Fig'd and Plain ;
Black Fillet Mits ; .
Sleeves and Collars ;
Cloths, Cassi meres and Satins
Rrar ii m . i V.. ,i ... '
ii, ""cs' "lanaets ; j,
4 to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Domestics -
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing, '
Carpeting Good and Common ; .
Boots and Shoes ; '
Anchor Bolting Cloth f
Kerseys and Linseys' ;
Irish Linens, Orash ;
Table Diaper and Nankins.
by wholJsal oretail ' be offl!red at '
ov. . 1856.
23-tf
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
Fab'y7, 1857. 36-tfG W' L GOLDSTON.
. Five sevenths of the FARMING AND TURPw
7lAXf in "a-rne crf as tbt Set"
and McNeill lands, joining Wm. Harrinn-t?. .i" r
Upper Little River. There is some 200 acres f th.
yt nii;i. fi j ... a-rt--s ct the
his Boot Sc. Shoe
F establishment to, the corner of
ctuiespie and Franklin streets
1 UVVKIiS & TROY.
The Proprietors Of this Estnl,1;ui.mt .
p.ublic' that owin& to the co..- On m,)t
nit-T nave txn in,l. I i .1...
se.-nnH tfAVW n. Z7. ' 1 suite 01 Rooms on tn
whomav faVnr TKenaW'-n! them to commodate a
wno may favor them with a call. And thev rded
STAlfe OK NORTH CAROLINA
COUN TV.
Superior Court of Law -Fall Term 1856.
ichf. .as Powel vs. Stephen II. Martin
IGINAL ATTACHMENT
satisfaction of the court that the
Iv.nHhitant of this State, it is
that publiCation.be made in the
a newspaper published in the,T6wn
for the space of six weeks notifying
r dll Stephen II. Martin to appear at the next Term
son ri('l ioi Court of Law for the county of llobe
M "'L t-'"1"t House in Lumberton on tlie,( fourth
or r V arcn uext. and then and there to' plead
hj 'y or final judgment will be given against
q0 " itiies Alexander McMillan clerk of said
o . "'"fliccin Lumberton. the fourth Monday in
ocPWiuher A. D. 1S5C. This Dec. 22nd 1 80S.
t A. McMILLAN C. S. C.
Jlln-10,1857. 32-Gt -
9IONTUOM.
SrAtE OF. MgTH ?AOt.rN'
Kill COUNT V-k
urt of Plecs an( Quarter Sessions January
p.. Term, 1857.
Pilot Fry, y
Stantn ', , f Original attachment.
oearorouirn. 1
i--"uui:
the sill!'!'!.aria? to the satisfaction of the Court, that
On ' ".'"-"'endant is not an inhabitant of this State.
stantly increasing patronage SrtondV.1 to Fpul.li " thefefore ordered by the Court, that
LllOm thn k, 1 - . . " K. 11
best quality of low grounds on the River. The un ! P081 tbe State Bank, in and under the rooms
lands are heavily timbered with pines, and within ?S I ormerly occupied by the S of T. He has oil hand l
4t;ioQ rih. rv..h.;ii. . wfl. ' "u wiinin six 1 first r.t t .. r. ja r ... . . "J? .a?na. ai
v'AZX:'; ""BM3 "a'road. I rupnriVn A cla. a UY, HOME
V MCARTHTTR
For particulars aipply t6
xv.29, 185C. 26-tf
J. P. ROPER,
J- W. McKAYi
in his line in toe best style at short
nna!ionT?kf,1Kf0r,Pa9tfaVOrS' he ",ic con
wn of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
attenTance. atracned and careful" Ostlers in
iT , or 'ne Establishment, with' the
the
theffl
Oil bi tii.k1 :n ... xrn...i. 1 - "K
'Per riiM;..t... , . fc. -4 '
fil.. , v ."""e m me town ci v ayetteviiie, lor Hie
aiu fiiuu-
of PlnCa r ;roi,gh to be and appear'at our ne
'"1 ii 1 1 ! I I 111'. .-4 o : . , 1 , 1 .
.no
xt Term
. ' .
Use in T -w"i oeffaious, to ue ueiu at tue oouri
fraud thi.ro . on tne hrst Monday in ASTifnext; then
"v tT 1 V k 11 . , j ii'ii luuKiutsiiii u 111
est an,l ";UIlst tuif to satisfy PraintifTs de!
experience of the Proprietors in providing for
comfort of their phtrohs, they tope will secure to tl
a liberal shaft of the traV.i' . 10 11
froWtS
qte, nge8.ln at'enaa?e oh arrival and departure of I
.Steam Boats, for the .ninWiU.i.ii rlure . F,
satisfy Plaintiffs debt, inter-
John McLf man fllnrlz nrnr f
peOrcVjT. 'if 2 Monday in January, A. D. 18
r - Lay cT Januarv. 1857. . '
1J
JOHN VcljEM-A-N-,- C . C, C.
35-Gtf
Witne
ce. the
Jan 31. 1837.
this
6oy?y p, EiHott,
UB(SSIOSI bierCh awt,'
raiElTtVILLr.. N. C.
mi - l zw-rr i:
Wni tWnSVfr Lnterlh fc Co.' Steamboat Line
Ott. M, itSy0"' all hasincs. .Btrvstrd to hi
wotism! It is the momentary success of one
n;in-4 rioor worm of the dust, doomed to
retmuto dust, and Lis name is Louis Napokoa
Bcmipuvte. (Cheers.) Sir, I do not' believe in
the ctW;ty of successful crime. (Renewed
clfbers.) I venture to contrast my own
l,uuVot, Mth the brilliant one of that poten
tate. I eat with my children the bitter timid
ol homelesMiesa I arn staggering joyless to
wards an oWure grave. For inheritance, my
children may -et 1 legacy of sorrow; yet de
votion to their country's. case. Sui-h is my
lot, but whatever uny i.e my faults, my errors,
or even my sins, never W.ive I broken oaths,
''ever have 1 deceived lotions, never trifled
with the duties of an honest patriot. (Loud
cheers.)"
Lonaparte, on the contrary,-, sits high in
power; dazzling the eyes of sl.ort-Vghted men
wth' the lirightness of his propitious star.
Still I do not believe in the stability of suc
cessful crime. C Loud Hieers From thp
solution I turn my eves to the
j universe, and from the stairs in the Srraament
dc'71-ff to the atom of.disj at my feet, . I see
creation crying out aloud that there is a God:
The feeble spark of Ilis eternal spirit glim
mering in my brain, my reason rev6lts against
tlie thought that it shonTd fie at the m nf
adventurous crrtne to break the etem-l nhir.
- , 1 IA
of moral laws which, by the sovereign decree"
of an omnipotent and self-consistent will, havo'
ruled the world since creation dawned, and
will rule it to the consummation of time ' r'
world and bring 4'ti everlasting righteousness, reason revolts against the thought that a wmw
the oflsuritisr of tlin dust, can with Jr.,
. .... " ' unity,
-s.y those laws by which tlie eternal Lawciver
vod 1 cessful crime.
i remembrances and associations. The beaut v i depths of my do's
r ...
01 uu,,ess beaming through-the life of a loved
relative cr friend i mi ft,.,.i . .1
i - vii, i:icLijin tu sireiigiii-
robesan ; en SIICh as do stant in YirtueywayB and raise
t.n inose tliat are bowed down, than pfectpt,
command, entreaty or warning. Christianity
itself, I believe, owes by far t?ie greater part of
its" moral power not to precepts or parables of
Christ, but to his own character. The beauty
of that holiness which is enshrined in the four
brief biographies of the Man cf Nazareth has
done more, and will do more, to regenerate the
than all the other agencies put together. It
has done more to spread his religion in tlie
world than all that has ever been preached or
writtif:' c'n the evidences of Christianity."
The Deaf Actor. Mr F. II. Hodges com-"
nmnicates a good anecdote of old Peering, who
with his daughters, played at the Utiea Muse
um a couple of years since. Peering was trou
bled with the unfortunate malady of deafness;
so' mucfi so, indeed, that the ot;ly method he
adopted of knowing when it as his turn to
sneak, was by watching 3hc lips of his fellow
ai'fofs,- ntul noticing when they stopped. It so
chanced t'l.'at during, the engagement of some
celebrated star, "old r'cei'ifsg' as he was" com
monly called, had to play a faithful old servant;
and his master had to address him thus: My
ffen" CTec'nrc Harold, tell me, sir! is he living?''
To which the worthy Peering had to reply,
"He is, my lord, and at this monieiit taking
breakfast with his uncle;" buf the star,' either
ihroiigh accident or design, put the queitiOi
thus: "My son, George Harold, oh! tell me,
sir! is he dead?" To' wht'eh oM Peering
promptly replied, "He is, my lord, and is at
tb; r.n fflkine breakfast with his uiicle!'!
1. 1-
j ...o ..in.-, uj, n uii-ii iuc eternal Aiawgiver
"as. oounu, not only the fluctuations of human
events but has bound his own immovable will "
Curious German- Proverbs. Women have'
long hair and short wits.
There is only one bad wife ia S3 world buf
every one thinks he has her. . '
When the man spoons in and the woman8
shovels out the household must soon fall" thro'
A woman spills more with a thimble than the"
man can draw with a bucket.
A womau afways keeps secret what sbeT
d"6es not know.
Rich wives make poor children
There ore only two good womeii fn'fte world -:
the one is uead and the other is not to bV
found. .
Eclio in the woods, rainbd
And
bow itf i!5$ g4
woman's beauV soon pass" by
n3ff-Av V i..j
. '7 . e'tor sayS-..Thd ftiarch of
civibzation is onward-onrdlike the slow
u .uu-epm tread of a jackass
of oats."
towards a peck"
V . - - ...... ; . i
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