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to flews, Political and BoiSii4:.?l'i''A0uri and Family Reading.
INOEPENDUNCE IS THfl'
80UL, OF DEMOCRACY !
ffUED AT, MARCH 21, 1857.
VOLUME XIX-NO. 942.
WM. F. WIGHTMAN, Editor.
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baacing the Usefulness of the paper, the proprietor Of
fers the following remarkably low
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copies' of the Carolinian,' 1 year, $3 00
. M .Jj.. L,
Rate of Advertkdng:
Sixty cents per square of 16 lines, or less, for the first
:mnd 30 seats for each subsequent insertion, unless the
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.'All advertisements must have the desired number of irt
sertioae marked on thetn, ortherwise they will be iii
. sorted till forbid and charged accordingly. Special
attention is directed to this requisition.
WM. F. WIGHTMN&C0.
CLEMKNT B. VKIGHT.
VllUra.' Kt Law, Pyett-III,af.C.
tlllc at tbe corner of Bow and Green street.
J- A. JSPEARS.
XTTeRSfBT AT LA.W,
.TTKXOS tke Caarts f Cnmherland, Harnett'
Wke and Johnston.
Jaddres, Teeater, Harett C X. C.
!Fo. i. aese. -r
THB FI.OATI5IO BILLS OK KSfCKtlt
W ASHING MACHINE. '
The salxcribcr having purchased the Right of the
above Machine for the Counties of Cumberland and
Harnett, is now ready to furnish such as may be
desirous of obtaining a Kight. The machine is simpie,
both in its structure and operations; and should any
portion of it fail, can be easily and Speedily repaired
by any person having. $he use of tools-, t H9 nft claim
for this machine more than what it is atMd iH ttefforin
with that description of labor which almost Very
family is able to supply, without at all intcf fefing
with the ordinary duties. In the first j)!ate a child
12 or 13 years of age can perform all the liJJttr; after
narin:"een-Ttoperate a few times- at if
tions are adhered to, wilt do as nr.Kh wrl W Wne-T
as three or four women in the ordinary W, .and the
work will be much better done. Below will be found
a certificate from those who have purchased and now
nave ,n v. .
April 12; 1856. 93-tf
FATEffEviMJS, N. C. April !. 1856.
w- n......i..s;.nt hai-inff nurchased of Mr lshara
Blake one of the above' machines, cordially reebmrrtend
:i 1 !.- Hf tim mii-.. It washes very rariidlj-;
and the work is niiich better clne than is usually done
io the old way, and with less wear to the Clothing,
t. t . a , .Ttwetations. dild has only to be
! r.-. t!n to aatisfv the most skeptical of its
ntilitv drtd economv. e nam uu uuuu. u. i.
..,.rllv rtswil wherever introduced.
T rt. McBae. Jvo. D. Wti-ttiifs,
W. J. An-peKsOX, Johh D. Stakr,
Wm McLaubis, Joseph A. Worth,
A. P. Hurt, A. J- O'IIaxi.ok,
Jas. G. SjIith, DAtIB Wkuysb.
Tf in company witH several othef gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which was very dirty and much
defaced, put in and washed out 07 iiiik macmuc, 1
n mi th ri 1 rt v nnnparance ui mc "
ing it perfectly legible, whieh shows there is little or
no rubbing proaucea iu wuuiig ..v,... .
J? rank . ivunBTsi,
Jai. G. Smith.
Attorney ai Caw,
FlYHTTlTtLLI, W C-
31 ay bo consulted at the Law Office of f ee C. Shcp
Jaord. Bsq., oa Gren Street.
Jaly 1, lM- 7-tf
-ANJRJREW J. STEDMA
"BaTiniYettr&veato FtttlSSft'liA,". C. win attend
regularly the Coarta f Chatham, 11 6 ore and lEaroeU
April 14,1856. tf
DR. K. A. BLACK.
OFFtCB Front Rooms, over Br- S. S ffi-ssdaJe'a
Cheiuist and Drag Store.
Fsb'y 7. I8i-
l'Ultl51?( & JU J.vjai. Ji
A FORTUNE FOR TUB TRIAL.
Tho ; tlrlf in the affairs Of man.
Whieh. if takeit at tile nddd, teada to fortune."
OXB f ttlAL MAY MAKE YCU Rtcn FOR LI
Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily.
SBND YOUR ORDBRS
. TO CO It BIN & CO.
the Old Estabtisliei Authorised Agents who
SOLD MORE PRIBES
AUUU UT VtilHTl . . .
ALU rUIS .GuAUANTKED JST' TU15r,
lU1tfl 90 t! - 5nAer20 c
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
26 Whole Tickets I "
it lllf Ti-l.t 1
OnHFlo Tit-VU 4.0(
NOTHlJCa VEJfTtJRB: TlOTHINGOAl.N
Tickets Bought by the Package are alwais the most
frontaoie to me i-urcuaser.i
TRY PACKAGE: ( I
Fof $23 ire send package Whole, Halves t Qnarters.
Fof $10 we iertd package Halves two wjichc
For $5 we send package Quarts A one Whole Tieket.
Look at the following
SPLEXDID SL'HEMFS; f.
One bf which ara drawn at 12 o'clock eibH df of the
MARYLAND COKSOLIDATED LOTTERY
CORBIN & CO., AG EXT S.
mn of NORTH CAROLINA MONTGOSt
Court of PUts and Quarter Sessions January
, PildtFry, l
vsi . V Original attkehtneiit:
Standi! R; Sarbrongh. )
r It app4driri td tHe Satisfaction of the Court, that
the aaid defendant is not dn inhabitant of this State.
.Oa motion it is therefore cifdbteri lij? thb Cbtit-t-. tltHt
J fHtblication be -made in the Nbrtu CilrdlihiHn, a news-
paper pablisned in the town or Fayettuvi l!e. lor tnc
fPCt!of six auccesfiive weeks, notifying the said Stun-
: i I , r, . a a . . a nr-
t'A YE TTE VJLLJE, C,
AX MDIAf 8T0RT.
The rapid growth of northern Illinois coni
iiifeiicefl t the conclusion of the war of 1812.
The lbg hilts of the Indians suddenly disap
peared, the smoke of the igv,-anis ud longer
j A f otHney Astonished."
! It is td be hoped that the English have gain'
1 ed some addition to their knowledge of Amer -ea
11 rivers ulneo the Rev. Dr. Bri-ckenrrdje
made lits visit ft! Europe, several years ayo,'
and met the following incident, which is record
ed in tlie tiiembranda, of his travels."
A !-entleman-l:ke aifl well-itiformed Englisli
ntar: lio as in the stntre-coach with me, and
ascended toward the heavens.
Tne i"apid improveraeiits commenced by the wi,0 fouud.out that I was an Anierii-au, afte
4T PtaM and Quarter Sessions, to be held at the Court . while tHart; had driven thenl into the prunes, rlilatiu- on the "red tneft;1! the be-ritr the r.ia
warns were wot pitched t iu Jtfie
IS-aOA lal'TtvMt j Oa draut afaanitaa in Anril IaX t : then I - .
r "-.rr. T.';.. -iL-CTL..- ....jli.-amiinii tlie wiirwams were iiot-oitched m tlie .aivi.iicf T?-:iaf, n;... -
liw were iitom-BTirpicvj ur o j,ura t,, .- j. ... . . ,in ---.---' - j .a. rri n TilTTn Mai n J r
r 11 1 irn r . f nr 1 ir ai..Kt AftSTtrta, .TTnKn tfc came vto.,.(lhe Thinnes, ) con-:luaea nTTia.3'-
j office, the first Monday in January, a- !,"""
m.o nj.nif! of t.tp
o-.u r I--arar 1 Kr,7
Jan 31. 1857.
W. P. Elliott,
CO MM IS BITOT MEK.CKANX,
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
Agrat for Luttrrloh k 'o.' Rtt-atnbont Linw
attend promptlr t ntrDlrd to tv
Oct. 21. ISM.
i j a .... -rr .aifl Win on Cane Kear TeT-SVor.
i-a iTidi.4xll in first rate erder. Ths Store
ii at a fine bmioes ta.l at the Cross Roads and tae
aad is nt to b excelled by any ia North Carolina.
Any persoa deairiag to purchase can obtain furU.tr
' particular, resp-wtiag the property by calling ca
.cither of us at Willis" Creek oa the Vfilmingtoa Road
,U miles fram Fayett.vii.e. WRIGHT.
YJct.i. 18-tf JAMES WRIGHT.
WOULD return his thanks to
the public for the liberal patron-
age he has received, and hopes,
by ftutvetaalUe- in business, for a
eint'uiuatkja sf the same.
He has coiaiaeaeed busin-.-ss on
Sets aswa refswasibtlity, on tlie
&Rtih af Pertwa street, two
ai0 iim Mav the Caae Fear Hank
. . . . .a.; .1 M - K wnuM
e.a irtree aeers aoeve tm-wK. ..' - -- - -
to. gl to gee all his Id frienas. He x.pee tu'ep
a hand ft goe& asertment f Saddle-. Bridies, IV hips,
and every thing ia his line f basiaess.
X- B. Ue will attead t repairing r SaiUe, Uar
Bu. e- aad lis charges skstU be meerav
September IS, Uit. .'
fall Trade, isse.
R. F. P B A It C E
IS NOW OPESISG, a targe- and desirable Stock of
FALL AXD WINTER GUUUS,
consisting in part ot
Black and Colored Silks,
English and French Merinos.
Plain and Fig'd DLanes, some beautiM pattcras,
Black and Fancy Alpacas,
Edgings and Insertings,
Collars and Undcrsleevcs.
Cactus and Whalebone Skirts,
Jaconet, Nainsook. Swiss and Plaid Maslins,
French, English and American Prints,
Cloths aad Cassi meres.
Satinetts. Jeans and Tweeds,
riaids, Linievs and Kerseys,
Carolina and Marlboro' Stripes,
IWeached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
VTk.ie nd Co!nr-d FJannelss ,
VlriUings and Tickings.
Irish Linens, good assortment,
I.inea Table Cloths, Toweliags aad Napkins,
Shawls. Cloaks and Mantillas,
Extra qualitv of Bed Blankets,
Ribbons, BeUs, Gloves. Hosiery, Ac.
Hats. Cap, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes and Umbrellas;
general assortment of
. . u - viVKEE XOTION 11TE.
ana every vaii' vj in - ,. r-astt
which will be sold at a small advance for CASH, or
1 prize of
24,861 prise's dmdanliiig ;ttt
II A I K lY K.
BITK BMf.ARGED, STYLE IMPROVED.
It bas daable tlie qoanUty and strength or any other.
It glTes a perfect natural color.
! eelers eery shade fri light brown to Jet Mark.
Its swe h easy Ba rapid!
It Is perfectly harudess to the Skin.
Its eflsrt k butaBtaaeeas and permanent.
It h the bct, quickest, eheapet, and safest DTK ever
utaries to the great father of waters, and open
ed my store fof trade.
Aftef exposing my goods, in all their Indian
varieties for some days, without any success in
scllinsr. I became almost discouraged, and near
ly concluded to give it up. The Indians ould
would come into my store by dozens, and after
examining my goods, no awnp without pur
chasing. They had ptdilty of shu-ue-ah (mon
ey) and furs, but bought no goods, and the rea-
PATAPSCO INSTITUTE LOTTERY.
CORBIN CO., AGENTS.
1 prize of
-Directians for use accompany each box.-ft . son was a mystery to me.
Price loz. Si ;-2 ox.81 50 ;-lox. ;- pt $a I At length the chief ct tile liatiOii came in
ri.v,,P,l s.pronlinir to the Act of Cougress, in tlie . T ,. i . ,
vcarS .y WaTrrisdrt in the Clerk s Office of ' company with a crowd of Indians. Ho in
the Dislricl eddft bf the U. S: for tlie Eastern District ; stantly exlnimed. IIo w do, Thomas? Qome
ofPenn. ,-TT ,rm, r-.......,!.,, v r. '. cr..nfls What do you ask for this
Vorsale by jas. r. ruuuaM. riijc.,,..... . . .m... ... . 0
Manufacturer, APOLLOS W. HAItKISON, No. 10 take four yards F calico three coon
SouthiTth St., nitLADEi-nuA. ; gk.ng for yrdhalf a doir exactly by-
Feb. 21, 1857. ly ( tn.mnrrnve I'll nav vou '
- ' 30
Heavy 4-4 Bearer Creek Shctlinpi.
cotton Yarn, Vatp artd Ftthng; t's. 5 lo 10.
Belt, dicker. Roller and Luce LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings.
Winter strained, Sl'entl. Lard aud Linseed Ous.
SUuttlieV Isingglttss, Ftt'itch Glue, Emory, Koller
Cloth aud Glass fUeps.
J; 11. 11AL.U. I res. I. V. M. Vu.
, July 26. 183":
27.814 jfes amdutltini tS
II M B lUSHEIt. Proreor of modern -Languages
!..wlies aud Gentlemen ol (yrevii ..v...-.,
n time to punctual customers, either at
II fiolcsaie or jveiau.
411 are respectfully invited to give me a tall before
purchasing elsewhere. r pj5ARCE.
Hay St., Fayettcviiie, Sept. 1, 1856. 14-if
CORBIH fc CO. AOENtS.
1 trie of
of the honor he
,, . n Ins native town.
The undesigned have this day associated ike-iasell
os together a nder th,e name and style of
S. 31. HfjM.Ys et BR0.,
Vn Kn i rnnap nf.f.arrvmir Oil the Vercantile Bar-
ns at the Store occupied by S- 3f. Thomas, (ItartcSt
Sqnars) where we will keep eenstaatly on hand a
-targe and wU selected STOCK OF GOODa- i-m-bracing,
Staple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boot.
Shoes, Yankee Notions, Hard
ware, Cutlery, Hollow-ware,
an 3 a large aud choice
selection of GRO
CERIES, (Liquors excepted.)
We respectfully invite bur friends and the FuV.it
-generally to call and examine our Stock before ma
king their purchases, as we are determined not to be
WDKK-soi.t? by any hnse for CASH.
Prompt aud personal attention paid to orders.
S. M. THOMAS,
HENRY T. THOMAS.
Fayettevtlle, Feb'y 7, 1S57.
SOUT1IEKN LITERARY MESSENGER
For the Year 1856. July to December.
ely ST itemW Hi
feiendsol xne "" t -- the hlMe that no
tfea.aUon.i.u vl.c, - ---- ; intain
exertions win w '""r ,.nt- the
the kiirh characer oi me wuib., ?, "-a
.L,re.f all who value sterling litersrj inefit
patronage : or aii Mnaer Hcls endeavored
" " 7" ,;aa.iioau of America, iii aetence
Migt"'yX'lV7TrwmN-s OF THB
i .a i.a.aaa,' ---
nrovnl wliiph i
" .. .. . r . i .
Raaaway from the subscrtwr on tne .. m , , . nnswe'r
ber last a dark copper colored ."S"9 J '' , y . ""STer
ponuds, is rather s1(are briijt, and has the end rliarge of duty, we
fore finger on the left hand cut dft. Mc Pr,aJ a ,)uLIic
$53,233 lurking between b ayetteviue am.
1 I will Rive the above reward for his delivery
.;.la -ni. letters b return mail, en at my plantation in Koneaon co., r -,Uee of Thjrteen
Ie'dtwl: in ay 1 " .n BULLOCIS8ary arranents
UUtri; aa ,v . i " 111- -x a-f ITsfN M I H.i E .
30J16 prirtcs, ariltrtlnting id
Hearts 51 nutirco Itl jti viy wi .iwu.
tn tt ,y Writ aYmdat'- incredibb" to yot,
iliiTrii t"i - iinr ttir lmViTTt'iir'tf tttrt Tptttii Vmims tj . iffi-.'-mq
tv .... h. T m f Ant te rv '" .to rriifiij (tf.
The Indian's lartd cist of the Mississippi had much, if at all, short of one hundred and fifty
already been ceded to tjie government by treat- ,,,ilcs IcJnl"
ty, and the red men only dwelt there by the I looked steadfastly in hi; face to see if he
consent of the government. When the Indians jnSted j but the gravity cf deep conviction was
went away I went with them. I took up my upon it. Indfcdj John Bull never jests. At'
quartets at the head watefs df the Wisseba, at ter composihg myself a moment, I slowl"res-
. .!. ;.,,.ti.a nf tvn imnni'tailt StrsaniS. trib- n(iii(!tll :
ttb liUC JHlla-liiVM va - " w ' " a . (
1 eruaps, mi, ju -...w
'1 think I have."
"Perhaps the Missouri?" , -
"1 think so, thtjngli not sure."
"Certainly of the Mississippi."
"Oh, yes, yes!'' .-,,.
"Well; sir, a man will descend the Ohio in f.
steamboat bf the largest class, a thousand'
"Of what sir! how many, sir?
"A thousand miles j and there he will meet
another steamboat of the same class, which has
come in an opposite direction twelve hundred
mile's ddwti the Missouri; and then, after goii!j
lifteen hundred miles more, down the Mississip-
he mav sen that Hood ot waters uiseiuuuuu
iy fifty channels into the sea."
I had made up my mind to be considered a
heat; sd I went calmly and emphatically thro'
the statement. As 1 progressed my companion
med some what disposed to take my story as
a personal affront but at its close, lie let uou
his visage into a contemptuous pout, aim ri0u-
larly cut my acquaintance.
Interesting Story. -"Shon, mine ahon"
said a worthy German father to His nopeiiu
heir, of ten years; whom ho had .overheard
using profaue language. . .
''Shon, mine phoul come li?re, aim l uu von
yon a little stories. S'ow mine shon, shall it be
a dme shio'ry or a ir.nlsos-holieve?"
''Oh, a true story, bf course!" answered .Tohn.
"Ferry fell den. Tore vas vonce a good
nice oldt sheiUleinau, shoost like me, andt ho
hud a tirty little poy shoost like you andt v.tt
day heard him swearing, like a young fillain aa
he vas. So he went to the winkle, (corner,)
and dock out a cowhides, shoost as I am tooing
. . . i;a.l ..l..l. ,,.l I,w
assure you, to me auov, i now, ami nu -j - "...
of it shall be filed in tradt'1'' i the collar, dis way you See, aud volloped h.m
you ":mj!.i,0t.so! And den mine tear fehon, ne onu
i,y people , . vay; alld sumack his lace dat way,
yon, ! .,a tl(.us im to fro.mitont supper, shoost you
The next day he came, accompanied by Ins
whole bund. His blanket above his waist was
stuffed with coon skins. 'American, I will pay
you that bill now,' said the Indian.
Suiting the action to the word; he began to
rmll the skini from his blanket, and counting
i out twelve: held the thirteenth in his hand, and
finally laid it ttpdn the test, oxcliytningj 'That's
I it, exactly.' I gae it buck to him; telling
hlttl he owed me but twelve, and the urea
Spirit wouid not irt me tht..t him. ive con
l- l.nffc .Hid forth; each one as
k i'. .1 a .-i . .;- i,.w.b .i nr tnrrn. p.ip i c 1 1 tT
i. i... t...... ... i.i.iii v rH.;L.ei n 111:11 111 tnw tn Ltiiiieti 1 u inizx it tiv rv n.4 vj...,
Tl nSBS t eirtg thtit it beldnged to the dthch At last
Ind tv"s -ofe leisure, vronld be willing to give, in- ,10 ortpeHr.e.BifeYea'r'aBlF 1 ':t"Uv
Hructions to Ladies oa the 1'iano and llinilJIlitv un. othcr after ft foHT the folds
Srd: atrthTo i,,tert: -" " fr' iUld witl;
. t miorathar"eVs U for the Prpo of bors, accompanied by a-yo"' n"'
l. S. Pianos tuned at moderate eharges. i , . ' , ' lie will
f, lSji. .1tliom ' ilKIItrc lie I llOll Ol 111 V COIIUUCI U i!
UUV1 I C VUV e-.a . a. v - . 4. - .
over, we send the official Ufawing, wun a wrmeu v-
resuit oi me aiiiHin;. ....
lesirc of this meet-
family archives, to be r
by my children.
With profound since
cepted the trust which
expectedly tendered in
deuce, beeanse I trend
justice to my State, w
within her limit
vill do 0 dis efenint
The Sewly lnttnted War Engrlnei
A correspondent of the New York Journal
;,f Cdmraeree, alllding to the "Infernal Mach-
Walker's friends have recently
t.innatinn rtf ine result ui - i ........
iPr.re, bodarht at this office Kre p.yableimmediatcly 0. Woiiil's Hair IJestttrs... witmn uei limit-. ei .,, ;,. which Oen.
aftef the drawing in Current Money, and we take BaiiK I J ' s. j. hixsp'1'', Esq. : Resolved statesmen, wLifitv ,,.,.., fm. i,;s armv in Nicaragua, thus ex-
Stes of any Stdte, tfr Bdrifc drafts in payment H Vu' 3.J 13(5 9l3-tf itHuf m plenty. aiiatonocooii skin saved me. ! purchased loi lua army i ,
ets at ta Ftfr odd SmOants in makingchange we re- I Aug.jJO, l'- j 1 J , tilainS its efficiency aud deadly instrumentality .
i tjHiUm. tWoar heintr mni-e convenient than I m..n..m.r i" iatal I mw-- . ,it nnp
tent purangt i.u.f... , -- o ------ -BJ--. I 111 fllllt lUSl IHlllin aJ I I Tfaritllt fl'eUl I) ICS U COllUUU" (ii 1
SKSSSSSZttXZZ f" . vT-.no. .. S .. ... r. I " : UI .1-1,. 300 oc
I "Hi civ - . " : 1.. I aivf lh ni.1 a.T fL.T I V Vl'l, I I lilt... t-t wi. : . . tin Mfl! ft) lift Til 1 flli . . . 1 1 . . 1 i n 1 1 o T fOV
I Office Ctfttnty ami State, iiivcunat ieasi onewngc it) Jii i i ! i 7 . . ' piacs a snun nic - - -men Every miiclimc is caicimHt-u j
Z TfA.1. w If Hn-f which are as follows: three regiments 0T soldiers iu the same .pace of
, I .iJi.V I a I" I . . . n. rtP T V .. w - rt 1 . o . t 1 V ... .. a - . , v .,.,1 ,u h in Ril I ' KUbJ W.O
There should ts no such wora s m. Aumcs. I business either at tne mrer or iu, "I MfS ; Saruh Israiicli; Ot UUCSierneiu, ? n... time. It can be uirectcu.
nORRIN Jk CO.
fiox 190 Post Offlce, Baltimore Md,
convenient ana co . ""V'rr.i It .h- j l- l.nr will two slaves. Uartfhne
undet 1e eaeewns Critical iii.tctnre.
of anti-very iiire th. ir
while -ear eaeierC ....hern tiei,le
OI .l.av,. ...v- J
rfcetft weapons oi ",r'"L: "" frm
lit, a. - ,
RiriMbt. Iltslorum an "8r-
a. : s. KHAnl'M
w wrer will, as heretofore, present
-t""'. " , Vn PoMS
rnrrs on the Army, Navy
.... - - - .
writer iMaitomu. j .'.-
1 retnrn my nincere thanks to my friends, castom-
Vts and the public jrnerally, far the liberal patrttnage
heretofere extended to me. As t have ample encour-t-tiemeut
from my friends, should I remain, and to
give everybody the opportunity of trading with
THOMAS. I have concluded to continue business ia
this City,, and solicit the continuation of the patron
age of my frieads. customers and the public generally
to the cbiicern of Thomas and Bro.
S. M. THOMAS
yeb'y7, '1857 . 36-6t - ' -. -
ADAMAKTISE and TALLOW CANDLES; fine !''u addressed,
: a.:HA.iUtinn nf in
ai :A-ia;nu- the suce of the worn, ua
(he price of Sumption, which is now only
-a,.a i,nars iter, annnn, In Mianee,
O FOUR MliAESffKOTPArp BflTOEB
MnoT nt.' ll:l.i l aji m. -
CLUBS-Mmt - Fifteen Dollars in one
TC Srnent of the Mes-
wrtntiaile aader the charge of
Ami will embrace cJ
.. .IrSty the under-
TBe uuinen -';i T T . " ; -.Z : f . hnsine-13 na-
whom all commuBiwuu"
HAS inst received a very large and general assort
ment of GOOI$ Among which are,
French and ZHilish Merinos ;
Do. Delains. I'laia and Figure ;
Dress Silk, Fig'd and Plain ;
Blslck Fillet Mite;
Sleeves and Cellars ;
Cloths, Cassinic'l-es and Satins
Bear and Ne?rd Blankets ; ... -r
9-4 to 12-4 Bleached and Brown Dm!stlcs
Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing;
Cttfpeting, Good and Common j
Boots and Shoes ; .
Anchor Bolting Cloth
Kerses and Linseys
lfish Linens, Oraslt J .
Table Diaftet ad Napkin: . . .
With tftauiyoflfHr orticle all f which bein pur
chased b Parage, will be Offered at low prices
by wholesale. or retail.
XtJV; o: looo.
ca-,. aar x m i;flnrnneii s wnen wsunu.
Banks and her children, and Mary Francis; and
m;e5ir.ot? ZtXXX money wa, fiiiMied them to Fay their ex,,,,
Imainess trt ntcrit a share of the public patronage. My : ... could find employment. lhey
.u-a, I a moilerate as anv one can expect. . , n it.,,i -
, I it .1 h Hi tiM to both buver and seller. went to Boston. Jo Ueiooer .a.. ... ;. e (lice muel
" WM. R. WILEY. i of Ricbluondj was in that city, when he
Deli. 10, 1856. iJ ; . ;ccdved a ca,j from Caroline Bunks, who re-
118? f . F FOV L.K E attested tfiiit he would take herself and children
. . . . . iU .r i. xr,v;:n fi j,ito slaterv: She de
Is ndwreceivittg Bis sriiiu surriai uaca m -
consisting of a large assortment of , f.ir(,,i that she wanted a master to protect li-r
a ctimmoh' rifle is handled.
Th.. inventor, a Yankee, is now
. ..a:.... l.raa ll.L A ll III i l'l 1 i t V . Ulld
expel uueni.iiti .i.-iv'.
-real many old GAierals, of all eoun.rios,
ii.t.Test. and nave winn-..
Prngs and Medicines, Oils; Paints, an(J cate for i,erself and children, and that she
Dye-stuffs, Fanfy Articles, Pt-r ferred siaTery to freedom: She found it
H?lr'T S Lrd to support herself aud children iu Uoston
. .... j .1 .linivwl lipr for davs' woili. fen
in ui wines auu tiuu- on ttiu ...v. -- j
liters expressive of their wonder and astonish
ment. One distinguished Polish General ex
presses himself to the inventor, "that as soorf
as this deadly weapon becomes in use, wars
and i-timors of wars must cease." The gnu, or
machine discharges, without feport, and sends
i-.ii ,,,. ;,, tl,R distance Of th'; ordi-
tne uuiiD ini -i,...
rifle Of COllllOll, as t.lM- luaijr
dies for Medical pur
poses,- Conjrress water &c, &c.
He wtrtfld atiei1aily' citll ttffe attention -6'f fcountry
Merchants to his Stock, as it is bis intention to sell low
for Cash or on time to punctual cunmucio.
March 14, lt58.
nd common TOBACCO; aad almost anything in the
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
G W. 1. GOLDSTOtf.
Fsb'y 7, 1857. 3C-tf
Five sevenths of the FARMING AND TURPEN'
TINK LAND in Harnett county, kndwn as the Parker
Law Building; FfAnfclin Street, Richmond, Ya.
June 1, 1856: . -, -
M . I" AULK WsBdot6 Sbo'e.
pstablishnlent td tHC 'cdrnrf pT
Upper Little River. There is sorte 2(10 acfes cf the opposite tue " A fT : He has on hand a
best quality of low grdnods on the Rivef. The up former y occupr Pd yt n e so FANCY, HOME and
lands are heavllv timbered With nines, and witliin six hrst , rate stock of I LAIN .".. . wiu mu.
iniles of the Vayetteville aad WestetA Railroad. ' i . i bi7 line in the best style at short
i wV; r" . Jfi.nr. he solicits a con-
nonce. laaiiKiui iwi i'rr . - , .
i tinnation of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed
invtflt Sl TItOY, Proprietors
the PrtWrietors of this Bstaousnmeni au-
iA tH Hriblie. that owing to the con-
I H stantly increasing patronage extended to
It: . Jai v.o Kaa induced to enUree the
lation by the addition of an extensive Dining
fl"nr. thus eriitbling tnem to ut.inm.,..c .
second floor, "u 1L And they pledije
ttimn$r& careful Ostlers. a
atdaOirfii location oJT The Establishment, with. the
theeihJiWocatiQnf in providing fc
Kof t. & 4y hope wiU secure to m
from this StJ.'iVa arrival aid departnVe of
For particulars apply to"
3. P. ROPER,
3 . W: McKAY.
i" "p . .a-.j.noe on arrival ana nipinure ui
Carriages m omod.tion of paitMn.
Steam, "v"fVrriatres furnished any notice iqi
Horses. nA?I!!n,i,art of the adjacent country
carrying i f'-'iVna ' - W. U. TKUi
r iv piinnaa.
A Fiest sujipif just recced by
OIL C01CEXTEATED LYE.
25 Cent fter Canister. One Canister will maSe 12
gaflWrts of Sofcp. For ale by b. J. 111SjUAL.e..
declared that she had toiled constantly smte
sbecairte North, but could obtain only a mis
erable subsistence. Mf Hard-rove declined to
receive her as a slave; but she was determ.neu
not to give up so. A few days since she and
her children and her sister voluntarily appeared
; !h Richmond and earnestly beSodght him to
take them as slaves. A plae i as provided to
,um ,rd sf.eh's taken: at their 6vn fetyuest!
!.! ease ma "C.
narv nuc or cunnv.., .
The British government has oered tue m
vento-r 200,000 sterling,' if he can enlarge his
machine to discharge a 64 ponnd shot. This
'nn'w doin-'. and fuforms his agent
that he shall accomplish it. The Russian min-
t London is auxiotfs for the patent, anu
bnt he Bays to ins
PALM OIL SOAt
Is the best for Chapped Hefnds; "V r, ,TTv
.o;(a. 11 1. o ' v i y tj.
March 14, 1257 4f-3f
h offiTed him his firice;
friends, "I mean no other nation shall have it,
but England and my own country."
n . -7-.., i.to to Karone. lie offered
1 revious iy o,--ra '
with reference to bin'dinsf them tinder tue ac . . fit tQ tlie
v.;,,;,, for vohintarv enslavemen!. This ,v,-,-..;rtr,- Exueriments ,
. ni fttt-f he ftriueinle that slavery is" - an(r seven carroifodts. before onr
LtlUV ,j. i . vii ,
officers, by order oi wt.
11 T have reiuicu
A 4- ."rtf
Pi-ere made with
wrontr: but it shows' to some extent t"e Iacl . ,iaval and other
a a - , 1. ..." -. 1 t r..raa.f! .t.-r;nitS- - . a- ..l.:,.l. nrn'Q ft
that is acknowledged uy eu t , tary ot aiate. i-. 7- t5 of tho.-e
that the slaves of the' South' arc, as a genera
,.ri..iT of Snrlnsr and Summer Good
invite the attentiou of wholesale btfyers.
March 14, n-n
i ,1 t. t lira fllLllt;
thin-, better cared for than the black Er vessel, one of tho
.I'"""" i.,l "rlfnld sink a irigaio
Such a consiani.
nnintefrnDtedlf ncf S6' hard;" mat tne . of halls, jnst as las. nS w , , bc
PR ,.. j 6f the North, and; th.atth4y have a more comVri-
H. fc K. J. LILLi are now openiug ; V. u . ...u:... tWv do not toil so - ,,
s io wmuu .iiu-j lunuuic euajoijLc.jv.v, ..a. j , j,, j,rec imiiiuo.
be 6W u easier and more comtortau e a., and i eu - - ftU bcfore t,
A fresh t u;
rnra. fr nrm aniWSi t tl.t nf the free black'
pply.suiUble for planting. For sale by condition not tne pr,uc.F. v.
.Sot 29, 1856.