" ''Sr fit':
I " ; .,r thc.r iavors.
I ' i l . 1 -,1V
F J&t. " 't . ; . k . .: . l" ..,,rl nil
XfKo what liavj.iiie.-s, what brightness,
Jr In 1'tVs (.h ing ngscein-i ap.) ; "
U'iioji we met t kind wolds ami actions,
-y Ai.d wo feel they are sincere.
With tliene beaut ions scents of nature,
What more eueenng" wouM yon ask,
f Than the glance that speaks affect:...",
T J " , From the heart without a mask?
Wheu the smiles of friVoi'ship greet us,
And we know that they are true,
What greater charm can this wo'rM offer
Than an answer : ' ccrf.duly'?
Sots co U. v i Utt-tua last
.. - 1 " ... . I tiou.
C ' Xay, speak no ill a kindly word
r ' Can never leave a stin.- behind, j
V And oli! to breathe each tale we've heard, j
C T. r .. l.. .1. inlli.i
I , t--. -iii1'"'1 0,t a - tf'r sejj is sown, ,
JJH5 " ' f)ioo.siny thus the kin-Ier plan
-y' ' - For if bat little good be known,
". Still let us speak the hc&t we can.
J Give me the heart that fain would hide
f Would fain another's faults efface;
ft llo'.v can it pleasure human pride
P To prove humanity but bas. "'
So. lot us reach a higher mood, j
I a no'iler estimate of man : I
L Be i-.rne.-t in the searc'i for goo I. !
Y ; And speak of all the best we i-u;i. j
C . Then sped; no ill but lenient ho j
I $. ' To other-" failings .as yv.i: own, j
If ..... J K Foil 1
Vn i uu i e ii.e ur a i-.:u:i i" i ,
Do not the i.t to m .ike it ktio.rn. j ju
! or bto is out a .iitig .n v, ;
No lip may te!! . briel its span; alliL !1
Then oh.' the Utile t-.ne we .-Liy, j
Let's ppenk cf all t'a best we c;r.i.
I ll.VIiii i't.V"- CUI.IMUIAS '
i H A ! It if V 1
L SIZE EXt.AIi.'EIs srYi.i: im:-iovei. : In v.a.t iln
I . - , . .' I Jail: -t. 1
I : ci3iift;c .he j:i:!:::y ;.uj ;ri'!i;ii i any otlji-r I
Ji jrSvi's a iij-.ar.;I tolcr. i
f "' tors every sh.iu; l'rHi JV?st brwa to jet UlacU. J
f-iVt: 3; ias.aa'.ii:;'o:!s zu-A pt-i m-nrnt.
j i ... !
.; . if'ii-i'.s S... i .ur.vi.i i.i-iiii. I THE
' '.'.'m V'.i .v'.iri. .u 1 Fili:'.!;, '.j. . ti 10.
i'i .-;-;r. It.:ifr ... .1 !.i ICATIIEltS. j
T ,l". it ; i ;p :vi a L il l .i l ! i.ia- '.' l Oiis. i
I J. ii. il.VbL. Pras. U-.o. M. Co. !
f IL M. II.VUSilK'.i, t'roiWor (,r ,u.l.-rn Lansuajies :
r ."il l T..-a:h r of M'j-ie, woal 1 i-esj..-t.'.iiiV inloim Uie ,
I. l i - aa I t.ie.nlcai.:n of t'avvUirViilJ 1 Vii:.:i-fy. ;
la u 'ie tiH,i:.-:n.l.Mtif i j:i-." I ln.a-i-.il" in lit - pi.ro.? i
:t 1 i o . ilAvia alro.l ly t'oi-ni I a in '''I'-ach.
V a.i 1 it vi lg .:;. ioisare. wo w'.Iiia ; to sr;v in- .
U ?t:-!;oti.i. to U-li' .-a t!i- Tiaao ii'i -1 i' r:iO!i a 1 l.ieir
r r--i'-l-..io.;s. r.;rsa. ro-ilring Tits .-rvi.;- wilt i.l-a.u
i.-uv.- word at tile O.Hoe uf tU-J I'ayi i'vi i io lb.fl.
II. M. IS.VU.Siliiit.
P. S. Pianos tane;l at mo-terAty caarges.
K. lv 7. 1-557. :5'J-3iii.
F uj-jsV - - a v w. a ' ;
h'lAi.vav f,'i)..ii t!i? si!b-ci-i'or " i ii!-' ih of iK-cein- J
I-'' !" la -t .1 J iric e ip;-'f ctioi' ! ! )'--. vv-.-igbs alniiit 1 . i
i 1 1 1 i - ;-: r.;t-i.:r sp ir-i Iu:ll. au.l h:t tiio eul i.i' I'm j
I I ir a 1 r ! o 1 t!? 1 ;:"t !i 1 1 i elf, !'. II is jro')A'jly '
I ' larivi ..tv33a Fay-'.t ;riil ; a 1 1 F iift A i-toa. j
f I viil .ive t!m ilov5 re.v.ii' I f-r his d :lvury to mo
I nt aiy !: itatiou in It-Jo.-Hop. 00.. or for hi. 4 lodgment 1
J in -i-i'v jail so that I c-.i. at ii::a. j
" U nUbbOCiC, Jr. !
r Marysviilo, N. C. FiI,'y 8, l.s7. 3C-iu-pd i
. itr 1 - . . . .'f
For which th
Oct. 1, lSoiit
;v Yi n te:I,.
highest cash pricj w ill !e paid.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
i! i'.-!a.? been appointed Li ;;;t r' of X.tv.i!
I -i 'i ! .-p trel to perform ai l' d ui ;s i i ,av-,'--'
- either at tti-i River . iu Town, "i
co i.- 1 ;-!it aid com 11 j llo-n W. lu -I I );;-?K ,
cor .,;' .'riil-isjiie Street, ail c.1.1 be found
s-ov-. - if A. M. Ca-iipbell's whin wanted.
1 ' ill t i'ce pi ja-iure in attea li.i x to th- lvi"
i ury !-ie:ii.s. a i I hop ! by a -':-i-;
','' " ' ' ' "i -'."it a sh'ii ! of ta ; p i ilie ii t
. in 1 t-ir IE ." as ;s iv "f 1
to both haver and sell.
lb!l-)w!!ifl I?! tor from ,
1; v.'ill !H v -r th.; ,
'roin evero ii.!avd m
i "-p'.et ible
G:ti-:.V4iA. "iiss, June a, Lv,;
B if ; m ;; Ml. D-Mr Sir- I (.
" '' is. .1 e iso uf spasms or tits en
i". .is. My i.f0!h ?r J. J. l.ij;
' I v.'.t.i this awful diseas
'lu'.ic yo:m:r. lie vvoulj h
l' '' " a':;vk ai i:r-t: but as
1 . tu 'ner-ea-io likewise. I'p to
--Kiii your Pills. h had fh- ur
i i !
tnt" t ii iii in no- ly ami
;rioii-ly: but now: I
tho-e'iitl. He has
Liouthi fiirsf. 1 f is t
n'iietl spi-tirhtlinesj. ;
mm-tii.-ating. an it ,'
! : to rhe renie ! y ;
tl'.lly. Ac. !
i i Tsri-i who is
! i oiieet sen-ii
W. P. LIGOV. "
i FiN. or -Spi.-uris.
after this f.,r a
L'is prices are as
I i. j. sorlt y
' O. IIH !.K'-:t i 111 ;!,J,.
free mi to? rt-eeipt .
S. Uunce. l is Uaitiino
ASK ClliCCSvS Toy
for sale by y
y Aug. 3a, 1S5C. ni:;-ff
0 V E
r.- liis tlianks
OVKHBV resppcttuiij. - ' y .,au.0
d from tliem since
s liy strict at
1.; i.vii iinok
ami a '
.... I..- . ,;.,.,
on nana mu .
5. A Iso
nt of Sadiilos.
,. a ,iik v Haines
j ill I'l' ""n-mr
II..-imr IU III" anii.,y
ami of his own niaiiu.aci.in-. 'i,. ;lcb.-s of his
wortwn m i"-" 0f Ue
en 1 uic
business, he is I'
t miller uie m"--.
Ni them work for
111 " ic...,mi. Carriaire.
.i.. indented to
N.15. 1I ;'"'" " cll and settle
st'.v redm-sts an ,,.,,.....,:
late l.rm 01 110 -r to. , ' ' ...ulement of
til,) elailtts lie noma uS.i ,i,,,,ay.
the co-par(ni-rhii require it without decay
January 10. IS."
7r. 1,., A CI mirth of 1B.a6.
mmv .,i.vih..i has iust received a targe supply
" 3 1 ... ..... every variety
fn U "ub7atc; Vardef Joiix-soN. Uoiuj.-V, &
Co'Vherstield. These Seeds have 'c,.
urn :i h-i i'4 - veil n...--
For sale by , .
JAS. N. SMll ii- i'iuks"
ratnin,r,'.s will be furnished srnx ait msiy pou
At rit ; ilintl find iMootilllT of
Co;nuiKsion rs Town .o.f Kaypttcvi'
ti... 1..... f tin. Ti.wn ili'.silav. 7 o'clock. P
'rjr 17 th
Jan'y IS 7, the following tiUoers were eleeiodr
John W. IJaker. Jr.. Tav Collector, commissions 5
percent, on Town Taxes and 4 percent on Hail lioad.
John P. l-ronard, Special Justice Fees.
J. D. Callais. Town Const aide. Director cf Patrol for
Upper and Lower Fayetteville. Lamp Tender, Stan
dard Keeper, and Street Commissioner alary 5'i:.
' J. P. Leo 1 ml. Clerk of the- Market salary
Warren Prior, Keepcrr of the Town Clock uo. S:5A.
J. A. Worth. " " Powder Mfls;a.ir.e i f-es
Wui. Wdliam-scn, Sexten to the Crave Yard -salary
At. Faulk. II. Loekaman. .t. Branch ar.d J. Brad
shaw. Town Guard. each salary $'i.")0.
A. AI. CiiiliVoeil-, Hsf. wasap'i'u Chief Fire Warden.
IS 1 Uawley,
J AI Williams.
W. MeL.MeK.av, '
J 1 Williams,"
" 4 th
" T tii
)r.l.re,l. That regular
M oa tie: first Saturday
meet. 11 its o
f this board be
in each inoa
ir nun .10 .Minutes.)
All those indebted to me eitlier liy
Vote or Account, are hereby notified that I am great
ly in want fiivu"y. anil if thev wish to save costs
and CO iter a favor on me they will call and make' im
mediate pavment or 1 s'aaii h? compelled to put mv
uids of a:i otneer. as
L. SODTT & CO.'S
HEPHINT OF THE
I-A? llt.li'S (ifTIi)..
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE Pill CM
OF Til li LATTKR PUBLICATL.N.
L.sCiTT & CO.. NEW YORK, continue to
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The receipt, of ADVANCE SilEETS from the Brit
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i.i t-inu'.-h as 1 hey can now be placed in tli
subscriber! about as soon as t.ie original
i For any one of the four Reviews
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A discount of twenty-live percent from the above
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copies of any one or more of the above works. -Thus
Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, vvili be
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TUB FA It 51 KK'.S GUI OK-
To Scientific and Practical Agriculture.
By Henry Stephens.
F. R. S.,
of Edinbuig'h, and
tlie late J . P.
tore iu Yale
Norton Prof 'ssor of cienti!ic Agncul
Collee. New Haven. 2 vols Royal
the 1 Octavo. 100!) pages,
and numerous Wood and Steel
of This is. eonfess.ilIy. the mnt nnmolcte W
te .it 0.1 to ; Ariciltiire ever pulilisheU. and in order to give it a
' i i-- '. My wider circulation the publishers have resolved to re
1 ep;ct. j dnoe the price to
Five DaJiars for the two T.d:imi'S.l
1 . ! When s-int Hv limil i(fri:i ;.n tn (California and
i 'n-'ini the oriee will be 7 dollars. To every
; part of the Union, and .i C
Canada (post-paid 6 dollars.
)ld "Book of the Farm.
This work is not. the ol
Remittances for any of the ithnv-e imblications should
ihvays be addressed po-t-puid. to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO,,
No. f. t Gold-street. Nert" "1 ork.
Just received id for safe
Casks Lime, fresh from the kiln,
P.nshels Plastering Hair,
Parrels Mackerel and Herring,
Sacks Liveriwn) Salt,
Alum Salt; 2 bushel Sacks.
J. W. POWERS.
liX't- ALL CO UK A'r OSfCES
I. W. LKTT
Has jnt received a large and general STOCK OF
GOODS suited to the Kali and Winter trade, consisting
of a choice selection of
Sfi;te ami fancy IK.V Of)OHS
Boots and Shoex. with almost everything desirable in
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
AT tBTT S
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
chanced for country produce.
Sept. 14. 1856. ly-pd
JHE NORTH CAROLijyANF
DR. JAMES F; I O VLKES ' '
Corner of llay and Donaldson streets, omvwit,.
Would respectfully ca!i the attention
of friviid.-i and customers Ho liis coirt
plete stock of
: DLIUGS, MEDICINES
OILS, PAiSTS, WO DVL-Sl'i
Which he is now receiving, and will offer at price
low as they can be bought at in this market. j
ject. is to sell meuiciues mat can ne Uepoiidi-d
he buys none but the n-enuiue article.
Constantly on hand
Brandies and Wines
Medioar juirposep. )
East India Castof Oil. f
Mareh 15, lSoti.
Valuable tuxiut fVr sa
The subscriticr offers for iale his entire lain
ding about eight hundred acres, lyinir
above Fayet.teville and five miles from the
lower little river. The land is level and
wen aaupieu 10 farming; mere is anont o;i
and fifty acres cleared and under a line
vation. I will sell it all together or in
suit purchasers. For further pai tictlai
subscriber on the premises.
July 19. T-tf
January 1, I80I1.
D R I
W1C are new
a verv lar":e .Sl()( K, em-
tliu Drv (Joods line with
Boots, Shoes, Siik nud Straw
JiiMiiicts- UiiihreUas-, and Heady
Made Clothinjr, &c.
Which they will sell CITH.VP for Cash or approve i
Not'S. at ll'ITOLK S.ILB only Wo invite Mer
chants visiting this market to examine our stock.
J. 1!. STAiJit. J. AI. WILLIAMS.
Aug. 30. liSofi 51M-M'
C. liEXIJOW, D. I.
tf IJ.-i if imnrc 'oii
15 E T AL SI II t s: R V .
-vTSsS? Ollice hours from ! A. A!, to
! A. A!, to 1 P. Af.
H P. AL 1T3 ;- P. AL
fiar.i! at his suit of Ilooins
11 v. ho nr.- in need of the
!--;.!. c; i'i'.Hy iu iled to call.
1 upie.i the latest ami most
1K. Iir:.lHv mav lie toura; :!r lussmt
iiear tile Alarkef wiiere 1
s.-i vices of aDeiili tar
All operations perform
approved plans. lo tl'o-i'ia u
1 ot Ariiiii-ia! iev.b,
ne woiini simpiy say mat ne is oemim in uo nupiove
ment. He inserts from one to an entirt set upon line
(iold or I'iatina plate, which he .guarantees to be
? 1 1 1 1 1 1 y as serviceable as the natural orpins.
He spends nine months of each year iu this place.
J'rom first f October lo the first of'july.)
Oct. 25. ISoU. 2l-tf
James C. S
ll I n.
SIITII A. C'Oi,
tont mission Merchants,
lave remov ed tb 'ir ofiiee to tlr second story of tie."
: 1 1 1 1 1 Iiiijj formerly occupied ly -tln.'.Tel-iiraph Company
u here they are prepared to attend to all liusiiu ss in Jh"
; "ommissiuii line.
All business en tru? ted to them tyill be Diinctuallv
it tended to.
Ottober 1, 18."
ii" , ' "
s. iii, .1.1-I
,.: 'i"i a
r 1 a
1 . i
rrnx. I. ii; rrr ail
"V' i ! Crri:i.''a
The undersigned will pay the lushest cash price for
VoCNti NEtxitOES. Letters addressed to either 0:1
lis at L:l 11 11 11 fn re-t' l-.ie.hliioiiil eonrifv will lv..
promnt attention. "
P: C. McINTVRE.
DANIEL M, McLAUiUN.
- Lauriubtirgh, Jan'y 3, 1S57. 3i-tf
' . AXD ITS PRFJlATIli!: DEfLfE.
Jmf PulilUlicil, Ciatis, tine Ulli T!;oiiiuiil :
A ki;w Wonns ox the Rational Tiikj
KENT, withi tit Medicine, of Sp 1 unttorrhi a
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, (iv
ital and Nervous Debility. Impotcucy, and Im;e
ments to Marriage generally.
HV rl. fn 1.A.NKT, M. 1.
The important fact that the many alarming co
plaints, originating in the imprudence and solitud
youth, may be easily removed w ithout .Medicine, i
tins small tract, clearly i.!emonstr ten; ami the enUri
new and highly success! ul treatment, as adopted
the Author, fully explained by means of which evi
one iso-..'' '-. .1 to cure himself nerfeetlv and at
least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertifbd
motrums of the day.
Sent to any address, gaatis and post free in a sealed
1 envelope, by remitting fpo.t paid) two p,
. N. Y. City.
Dit. I!. Db L A.
Dec. 13. I80O.
oifrrs for sale !ht
of land :
Oae tract containing 1200 acres. HOI) of wliich is
as good swamp as there is in the county of Bladen,
about two hundred acres well drained.- and about
thirty acres' cleared and under fence, adjoining the
lands of J. G.Sutton and T.C. Smith.
Also, lo 1 acres joining the lauds of D. Johnson ami ; r'''
l."0 joining the lands of John Cain and E. Downan.
2o0 acres joining the lands of Georeo Cain -;aal
Elizabeth Melvin. The above- lands I will pel -a,j ; :W.it. o-n-itBiroiiil
time for -rood notes, or will take vhiiih.,-.. Those
groes anu give t lie ren or prices.
For fnrther informat ou address
Rli7ttiethtnwn. N. C. " .-5i
Jan H). 1SV7. 32-3tn
n , isrj
rJotli at Wliulp
Imm ir. n.f;.-,. rfttuilr
, M . 1 . . ,1.1 .1. . 1" '
anu .uerciiani. ienei-iiuv . inat tney inivr. f -,cr;.(
part and expect, to recive the balance of tli-vr r.
purchases in a few days, "finer Sfoek v. ' i. ,
iiii'Lrerand more complete than they hate ev -i-embracing
a irenera! assortment of
Hardware awl Cutlery, follow
SadfHery, Shoes, LecJher, t r.
All of which have been bonuht by one )' fi.(,
pressly for the Wholesale Trade. Their ler,
as heretofore, on -the usual time to oronir.t
xu c.lu I'll VI I a a I trtx?. i li.i mi: ui.ui(ill '.III lie Til'l
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A Co
Fayetteville, Ante. 13. 185fi. 11-tt
. ; '- I
Valn tljl - Town Property fV. s?,
t. r t r i. ' .... '
irt .. i Knnnnni,in j:..AA.,ni ...:n i
in pursuit?: .u ii j'tjuici, i mt- mmii i (t i.irnitvr -i
me county or i.umoeriana. upon me jietn -oii of
, ..... ,, . .-, ............. ..v i1(,
the Tcwn of Favetteville. ou Monday the ;n, (i
April np-t. the BRICK TENEMENT nnu- occuiiei v
f. T P T TT T 1I. Tl V- Hr , . I I'll II
o. -i. iy it. ii. joues, iiupuiiiiig f. .t v . Jicl.aurin and i
B. F. Pearce.
The above property will be sold upon a credit r
i A in. ill in.. jiui'i! . i.i i ayiuii;!! tC!irily
from the our'chasef
W. A. IIUSKE, Clerk and Master
March 7, 1857. 40-5t ' ' f'
A comfortable - HOUSE, corner Mumford and Robe
A. J, O'HANLON.
n.TW-A i' i 1
Feb'y 28, 1857. 30-4t
F A V E TTjyjLLE. N. C
A. A, SIcIuitSian
Uesiteetfally informs his friends and the public, teat he
""'U P large substantial Brick Buildings at his
)ld Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
Tluiukfnl fav the -very lilieral patronage he has received
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to
business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same, -lie- warrants his work to be
,1 ide of the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. HU work will compare
l.ivoraljy with any made iu the United States, forneat
ites. pin durability.
He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
011 as good terms as any work dune elsewhere that is as
.-ll done. He now has on hand, finished, tbe lar '-'st.
..mek ofCAimiAGBS-.BAROUCHKS. HOCKAWa'Vs.
M BUGGIES, ever altered in this place, and a very
ia !-.-: stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual cu-tom-eis.
t'lle has on hand more than OXK HUNDRED
AM) FIFTY" Vehicles finished and iu course of cou--t
All work made byhim is warranted 12 months
with fiir usaare, arid should it fail by had workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge.
IVrsons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine fo themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
IIepai;iug exccuied at short notice and ou very rea
Fayetteville, Oct 1 1S56.-
f 011 sale:
T REDUCED P II ICE S.
For OAS1I or on Short Time,
5) Carriasres, Bai-ouelies.
,-ior j.vr r5rjGGIES 0f everv dekerintion.
and the balance being
1 are nuny. tic in smj
Jiua (Jztrriuge. Some
made in the best manner
ia's. My facilities for doing
work are greater than any estalishment
j -'iiith and I can afford and am "determined to sell work
i nf flic iust quality aa low as it can be built for by
asB-Tlioic who an indebted to me will please pay
! ih ail mv business reijuires my out-standing debts to be
I .,',njh te'd. A. A. AlcKETII AN.
! August 2o, 1?."C.
I'lij i'iiniiHii-e Fixtures of tSie
sJlVK T rE ViLLH IIOTKL FOJ1 S.lLEi
The Subscriber having fully determined o sell the
!io4 named property, now oiler it to any enterprising
.. iijii.n liberal terms.
ThjK Hotel enjoys a large custom from the adjoining
.unties, and fro. 11 the travelling public, with a pros
. ettfcf fuv.ire ii.i;r ase. What it lias dOae and is now
i 1 !; sc.. 1 by any one wishing i purchase, by
jfiri 1 g to o'.-r books. Tile situatiuA of the ISuihl-
e ii such .is will comtraiid the greater part of the
-wtufi) coming to. and passing through this place.
For t'i a-'ii-i i it .f capital invested, there i? no bnsi-
ssth.'.t a person could engage in that would pay as
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
f. 1 I. Is.")!".. l."-tf.
I CAUltOLL PETERSON,
il Cintnn N. C,
''.La pay the lli-shest C:ih pries for likely Yonii,'
irm. 1 hose wi--ii ng to sen witi nun us ready
Mm K. 01 tli j ln.'st business terms.
.13. 1 H ii. l.l-lil.'i
F A Y ETT EVILLE II O TE L.
The Subscribers having this day
leaded this Hotel for a term of years, will be
pleased lo see their friends and the traveling
public at tins House. At the same time we
ley will be patient ami bear with our lmperlec-
iUil we shall have put the House in such repair
J. IL ROBERTS & CO.
Rojikkts. F. N. Rohkuts.
il t, JHoli O.J-tt
HAVE YOU-SUBSCRIBED .
' In the
f os;ao;joli:.n! Art A soriatlon
HO II TIII0 3d. YKAIt.
THE II A l E INDUCEMENT;
The m-tnajrers have the leasure of announcing
that the collection of Works of Art desijjaed. for dis
tribution amonij th; subscribers, whose names are re
"..iied previous to the 'iSth rif .faiioary. V7, is much
;;ir;'i r aud more cosily than 0:1 any previous year.
Amonir the leadiu-r works in Sculpture executed
::i:he thiest Marble is the new and beautiful Statute
The Busts of three (..-eat American
Also, the o.V;iis!se
ITER. AND CALHOUN.
Ideal Bust. -SPRING;"
DIANA, in Marble, life size.
r:"th"r with the fiili.ii, :n Gro.ips and Statue's in
"n-arn. Me rid - of th-' Strii iti-le f..r the Heart, Venus
id Apple: ISyehe; Magdalen; Child of the- Sea; Imio
'. nee; L'aplive Bird, and Little Tr.i tiit, with ni;:'!Lfois
i.rks ' 1 llnei.e. aud a collection of sev eral hundred
..net; i Paiut;ns;s. by leading artists.
The whole cf which are lo Ir; distributed or alloted
n;on;r the sub-erib rs whose names are received pre
:o;is to the twenty-eighth of January, ISoT, when
:... distribution will take place.
T Ell .MS OF SUUSCUH'TIOX.
I-'very subscriber of Three Dollars is entitled to
A copy of the. splendid Steel Engraring, "Saturday
N' lit.'" or a copy of any of the following S3 Maga-
.:;;i'-soiie iai; also
A cony of the Art Journal one year, and
A ticket in the Annual Distribution of Works of
Thus, lo every S-'J paid, a person not only gets a
b autiful engraving or Magazine one year, but also
Art Journal one vear.'and a Ticket in the
Annual Iiistribution. making four dollars worth of
ading i;;a!ter besides the ticket, by which a valua-
p nliiig or piece 01 stationary may be received in
ho prefer Magazines to the entravirtg 'Sat
ht; can have either Of the following one
lla per' Magazine; Godey's Ladys Book;
ocs Magazine; Knickerbocker Masrazinc!
l ,1 1
"''- Blackwood's Macazine.-Southern
a. - - -tm'ie.-j -
fvSiips. r'i.''n'r!ti?wy 1 reiiuil-
;.;ing " ' '.' '
. ii. rn v m fs. anu
to six tickets in the iistribu-
five Of Hie Jiaga-.1UC, one veui, ami s-i.i.
" vi-sons in remitting fnhds for membership.
, ..,. i--r.fi.ater the letter
letter at, the-l'ost Olhce to prevent
I . . .-.iv I'.-CI'ill
it of w'neli, a certilicate oi .Meinocrsfup
' "r. tiier with the Engraving or Magazine desired, will
1''-' . i j ,,i-'lli enntitrv.
! ferwaroeu I-""- " "' J
j ur furtner pan ici 1. 1 . ...v, . ............
t urnal sect free on application.
S.'rahi'r.l.ip address C. L. DERBY. C. A. A..
Broadway. N. Y.. or Western Office, lo6 Water
'"'ei Sandusky, Ohio.
" '.Ian. 31. 2S57, 3r,-3t '
'.vi'eiino'foii. Chtii'Iolfe and Rutherford luiil
Special Meetidg of the Stockholders of this Com
,v is npoointed to be held in the town of Wilming
'",'",,11 Tuesday, tnc 17 Hi day of March next, to pass
I ;";' ,i,e a enilments to the Charier of the Company.
' '' i'v order of the Hoard
I I' ,naLT" H, W. GUION, Pres't
fob 2 1 I 857
f . a ISCIIAMBAULT, .
,,,.,T:VH,K STKAM EVGWB It I 1 1. J) K I ,
- T-" corner Vth and Hamilton xts.. Philad., Pit.
Portable Steam Engines, on largo wheels, w ith a
e for a team to be attached to move them about.
m""" pi"'ines have two cylinders, making 10 to 30
v''"ower Orders are tilled in from 3 to 5 weeks.
h,H l io , .
lies always C'U nauu ioi enr. a uc-.- cupiura
been in "use seven years, and in every instance
v yons-enerai is-..., ...... v.. . .j... . v. v... s
nt when applied for.
i ..-Ml lie se
Jan. 10. 1857.
I" new McLauria & Strange will pay the high
i . Z.u ri for TurDeutine until further notice.
m m 1 an.i 1114H .
. W- OVERBY,
SADDLE AND, HARNESS MAKER,
WOULD llespectfnily inform the public and all the
old customers of Houston and Ovcrby, that he still
continues to carry ou the Saddle and Harness making 1
tusiaess in all it various branches, at the old Stand of I
lioustou and Overby, where he will lie happy .o fur
uish them with. any article which they may need in his
SL Strict .attention paid to Repairing. -H-
Aug. 18, 185G. -m
JB- Just received, a few doz. genuine East
India CASTOR OIL, (for my retail.) Also, Curat
of Aiagnesia and Congress Water.
J. F. FOULKES
April 2. lfcoo.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, ASU
Particular attention paid to LadieS' Dress
Goods aiv.l Trimmings.
HAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
November 3d. I80G. tf
Bcrtsle.-ias! Brf1tt'ais ! !
Just received from the Manufacturer, IrS ilerscy, a
of various patterns, and mado of good seasoned timber.
These Bedsteads are manufactured iu this place, and
can be sold to dealers as low as they can be got from
the North. Call and examine.
A. SI. CAMPBELL.
BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO.,
GKXEtlAL COMMISSION BIBHCHANT.S
And Cotton Factors,
3i x-i Piiko Street, NEW VOSS.
D. AY. BOWAf AS,
W. H. SELLERS.
May 1, 1S5C. EOW'D. MoPlILliSOX.
IL Particular attention paid to consignments
of Naval Stores.
MORE NEW GOODS.
'OpHK Subscriber is receiving his FALL AND
IL WINTER STOCK, consisting of ahno.-t every
thing in the way of
r; II o a 1: R I BS,
HARUWARE ACVI) HOLLO XV- WARE
Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Fish &c,
Any of which he will sell cheap for Cash, barter for
Pro-luce or on short time. Store recent ly occupied by
Troy Mar.-.h. near lite Dobbin IIoufc.
U. W, I. GOLDSTON.
0-t. " 2 0-tf
OLD 11 YE WHISKEY.
Subscriber is the only authorized ajreut in Fay
etteville tor the sale ol the llou. R. 0. Puryoar s cele
brated Old K)C II biskcy. He will be supplied with
this superior Whiskey tu meet demand.
April Iii. 94-tf
Fia SALE CHEAP. ?hS.
7 RBl'O.N'D HAND 15UGGIES in trood
April 20, ISoG
A. A. McKETHAN.
-CSS" 2, 000 Spirit Earrels for sale by
McLAURIN & STRANGE.
June IT, 156 tf
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine mikv
from FayeeviHc. lying directly on the Southern
Flank Road, and on each side of Big Rocklish. One
uf the best Terpentine sections iu the county, with
convenient inivrovements for a family i'esi'-lence; with
a small corn mill on a never failing stream, and a first
ritte sijuutioii fir a Turpentine Xistillerr and Store.
A. A. McKETHAN
Feb'y 3. 1SSS. tf
Cjipo Fear L.atttl for Sale
The subscriber offers for Fale THREE HUNDRED
and EIGHTY-FIVE Acres of Land en Cape Fear
River below Smith's Ferry, in Cumberland county,
running with the river 10 the lands of Mio Byrd.
A portion of the land is cleared and fenced. It, is
well adapted to the cultivation of corn, oats, are! the
usual crops of the river lands. . The part uncleared
has on it some good swauif-- which may be easily pre
pared for use. " .
It will be sold on a credit of twelve month?. .Per
sons wishing to buy can call on the owner at this piace
J. G. SHEPHERD.
A m il 8. 33-1 f
C. COLDEX MURRAY,
1 AO EXT FOR
MURRAY'S REGULAR LINE " OF "WILMING
G2 South Street, JTE1V YORK.
The undersigned maybe found at the Office of C
Colden Murray. i2 South sfiTet, where orders for every
description of Goods riD receive his prompt and per
r. HALLE FT.
March 20, 185G
DRS. McSWAIN & McUUFFIE have this day dis
solved copartnership by mutual consent.
I)r McSwain will attend to settlements and collec
tions for the firm.
Dr. McDuflie will continue to occupy the former
II. McSWAIN. AVM. C. McDTJFFIF.
Nov. 1, 1S5C. 22-tf
The Subscribers hsying at February term, 1857, of
the Court of Pleas an(ahinrter" Sessions of Robesoii
county, taken out letfofe f. Administration on the
Estate of Williom Blouut. deceased, In-reby give notice
to all persons having claims against the Estate of the
deceased: to present the same, duly authenticated,
ietttors to tiiiii &lllVmiSliu&'pymmat
JOSEPH THOMPSON, ' -
r-tji?fvv i.r.niTx-T r Aom i.
F UR THE II NO TICE.
Having obtained an order of Court to that effect, wo
shall, on 'Thursday the 19th day of March next, at the
lute residence of William Blunt, dee'd, expose to
TO head of Cattle; 250 Sheep; 1 Mules; 5 Horses;
1000 la she6 of Corn; 20,000 lis of Fodder;
50 bushels of Fcas; 100 Hogs; Farming
Tools; Black-smith Tools; Carts; Wag
ons: Household Fvrniv re; 1 Bvggy;
1 Barouche; 1 Sully; fyc, -c, Sf-c.
At the same time ond place we will hire out until
the first day of January uext. about 40 Slaves.
Terms of sale: Six months credit, the purehas;e
giving bond and approved security before the property
JOSEPH THOMPSON", )
CHARITY BLOUNT, f
March 7, 1S57,
SEED OA T S.
.150 Bushels of first riite quality. Also, a few bush
els lied Clover Seed, for sale in quantities to suit.
Apply fo B. ROSE.
Linseed, Winter Sperm. Lamp, Tanners', and Neat's
foot. OIL. constantly on hand. A fresh supply just
received and for sale in quantities to sniL
March 7, 1S57. 40-3L
To hire for the balance of the Year
a xroro Woman, who is a good Cook. Washer "and
Ironer. "Apply to
March 7, 1S37. n
!vSii,'' A.. 1 1-am.
" -N Wiljiugtoh
dT Wrnin- - eaTe8 fa?e"- on Monday and Thmn-
?!,V,'"elr en. Tuesday aod Friday morniDpi..
SjU-anii-r Fauny Lattcrloh, l-av ryettTilla ou J acsd.v
and rridny raoruings. la minutt a alter Euu-riae "a.y
Loai-cs W ilnimeton W edneday and, fsaturday morninEi
Both carrying lTrigbt and l'asscnaefs
Steamer Kowan. with full aet 6f LigtiUr-i. rim rrKnlarly
carry ing t rciuht only . 6
'i ue rei-ularily uf Aur Boats on all Ftagra f the Kiyer and
th despatch aud pronipturss iu dcliTcriug goods, are too will
kuuwu to require couiuient.
Tu our patrons we tender bur tbahkn for the Tery liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed, and can assure all -shippers that
110 efforts will be fpured in future, aud feel confident that our
facilities for despatch are equal if not superior to any lin an
Cape Keaf Kiver. , V. P. tLLIOTT,
Agent for butterloh nt Co.
FayetteTitle, N. C, Oct. 25. 1856 il-tf
A. 31. Campbell,
AUCTIONEER -fc COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East side of Gillespie street,
Fatetteviixe, N.- C.
October 1, 1855.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his old"
friends and customers that lie can be lound at the
Store of C. E. Leete, where he will be glad to sec'
them. . J. R. McDONALD."
Jan. 17, 18o". 33-tf
ANTED da active, honest man in each section'
of the State to take orders by sample for "MC
ALLISTER'S HOAKEOPATJllC REMEDIES." Tof
Active men a JibfraJtmonflily salary and fair commim-inmii-M
Jye-i-afttr J a.- rurivti "tnmp lo prepay .
answer) . 1)k. J. S. MCALLISTER,
Feb. 7. 1$57: . S6-4t Jersey City, N. JT.'
53-2,000 dollars, Agents ivanted'
either Ladies or Gentlemen, in every town and coun
ty iu the United States, to engage in a genteel busi
lies.-, by which they can make from one thousand to
two thousand dollars a year. For particulars address
enclosing a stamp S. A. DEWEY & CO.,
Eeb. 7 36-St Box 151, Philadelphia, Pa.
A fevT likely servants. men, boys and girls. The
highest price will be paid by calling upon
J. II. ROB ERTS.
Feb. 14, 37-tf
100 Bush. Seed Oats, just received ,
and for sale by Sv. H. CARVER.
for sale by
just received and
Turpcnti lie Axes, just received and
or sale by y. H, CARYEK.
50 Bbls. Mullets, just received and
for sale by W. H. CARVER.
Seed Rice, 20 busli. for sale by
W. II. CARVER.-
25 i bbls. and Kits ill slSre, and for sale hv
W. II. CARVER.-
2o Boxes Cheese, just received and
for sale by W. H. CARVER.
Feb 14. 37-3t
THE Subscriber has rjpbned an Auction Sales Room'
in the building one doOr West of the Cape Fear Raii'x,
up stairs, where he will be glad to teceive consigrr
r ents of Goods, Wares, or Merchandize.
'iT-rarticitltir attention paid to sales of STOCKS,"
REAL or PERSONAL EST ATE.
C. E. LEETE, Auctioned.
Feb'y 9. . 37-4t
PLOWS ! ! PLOWS ! 1 !
No. 9 Plows,
0 No 10 Plows.
50 No 11 "
25 No 50 "
25 NotiO "
t received, with cast in gri-'to tnatcli."
NEW CROP MOLASSES Planters' Steel and
Steel Hoes. For sale by
C. E. LEETE.
Feb'y 14 . 27-3t
Potatoes! rot d toes.'!
25 BBLS PLANTING POTATOES, just received d
C. E. LEETE
Feb'y 14, 37-2t
ALEX R JOHNSON. Jr., having associated with
him PETER CROW, will continue the DRV OOOIS
Iliisiness at the Old Stand, under the name and style
of Alex'r Johnson & Crow.
ALEX'R JOHNSON, Jr.
Feb. 21. 38-1 1
CALL AND SETTLE.
All persons indebted to Alex'r Johnson, Jr., either
by note or account, will please call and make imme
diate payment, as interest will be charged on all ac
counts till paid. Also, those that are still in arrears
with Alex'r Jonnson & Co., will lind it to their advan
tage to call and settle u;- by the 15th of March, after
that time they will find their claims in the hands of an
otiicer for collection. . ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr.
Fe b 21. 38-4t
A' OTIC K.
Owing to a change in business, it is necessary that
my individual claims should be closed op All those
indebted will find their bills made out and ready for
settlement, which by attending to, they will .much
oblige V. CROW.,
I will be found at Alex'r Johnsoa & Crow's. "
Feb 21, 18.57. 38-4 1
The Store House recently occupied by
Feb. 21. 3S-4t
ilIiCJ. 1 1 .'V I 1. AltfO, Of! DIQll A IfDCM UJJJ of tii 1 If
Fur and Wool Hats, of my own make.
Jany. 3, 1857.
II ARBIiE FACTORY,
BY GEO. LAUDER.
Nearly opposite to E. W. Walkings' Auction
Fayetteville, N. C.
Oct. 1. 185C. T
PAINTS AND OILS
5000 lbs Pure White Lead,
10 bbls Linseed Oil.
- Red Lead.
Terra de Sicnnai
Paint and Varnish Blushes,
tor sale by
March 7, 1857.
I'ersons indebted to Jas. C. McEachin, as Guardian'
of the beirsof John Morrison, dee'd, are hereby re
spectfully inforiped, that said guardian has in a great
majority of instances endorsed and transferred their
notes to the undersigned. Also, that our. urgent ne
cessities, apart from the reqt irerhctifs of the endorser,
compel us to cofleet as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige U3, and themselves too,
by payinir up immediately. We must and will suo
where the money is not forthcoming.
M A. D.
Lam iuburgh, N. C, March 7, 1857.
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