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THE NORTH CARQUtltAtW MYETWEVliLE, M B
&KW YEAR'S CALL iO
ONE A D ALL.
TS7 M OVKKItY respectfully tenders his thanks
T V to a onerous public for the liberal patron-
v.. h.w r,.ivwl from them wince ho has commen-
.1 ItllSlllCSri on ins OWI1 IIOOB.. MUU ""l11" J
i tvntion and untiring industry, to merit a continuance
S "S'.now on band and will constantly keep a
2ood assortment of Saddles. Bridle. Martingals. Also
f irriaixe liuiTy. and Sn'ky Harness, of all varieties
and of hi own manufacture. Having in his employ
tirst-rato workmen in the different-branches ot his
. ' i. muli'r the necessity of keeping
Northern work for sale. He has also on hand tor
s iU' Wa'Oii and Carriage Collars; Wagon, Carnage,
jlu v and Drovers' Whips f every discription, and
I evnT other articles usually kept in his line.
j Impairing attended to as usual done neatly and
j with despatch. x, . . , . ,
X r. He earnestly requests all thost mdepted to
,i,r. i lii ni of Houston & Overby to cull and settle
I . ..l ih.is hn holds airainst tliem. as the settlement
i the co-partnership requires it without decay
January 10. ini(.
d ihc Grmcth of 1856
HHF. Subscriber has just received a large supply
.. i i.,.-.l,. s;imIs. cumnnsm'' every vaiieiv
JAMES F. FOULKES,
Hay and Donaldson streets, opposite the
Would respectfully call the attention
of bis friends nu customers to his com
plete stock of
OILS, PA1XTS, AID DTE-STIFFS,
Which he is now receiving, and will offer at prices as
low as they can lie bought at in this market,- His object-
is to sell medicines that can be depended upon, as
he buys none but the genuine article.
Constantly on hand
Brandies and Wines, (for
East India Castor Oil.
March 15. IMS.
H of Garden breas, comprising e"j '"'
from the celsbrated Gardens of Johnson, U on kins
Co Wetbersiield. These Seeds have been scld be
. . . , . .-..ti m-rii'T 1 1 1 . 1 : 1 1 -
tor tne lai a years mm r
tion. For sale by
JAS. X. SMITH. Druggist.
Cat iloues will be furnished gratuitjusly upon
Are now roc
-up:iy of tie
Hard '.'.-are a:
uU ' Hin i Hi'
Si.ivcli I t,
; v : n g
and opening their 1
iibfacTu a eompi II'
ry. Ooaeh and Ba igi
s. various sixes ami l
usual variety, to wu:
h thev invite
Valnable Land for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale his entire lands, inclu
ding about eight hundred acres, lying fifteen miles
above t avetteville and hve miles from the mouth of
lower little river. The land is level and healthy and
well adapted to farming; there is about one hundred
and fifty acres cleared and under a fine state of culti
vation. I will sell it all together or in small tracks to
suit purchasers. For further partictlars apply to the
subscriber on Hie premises.
July 19. T-tf
Largest Carriage htUf U tt
A. A. McKethan
Respectfully informs his friends and the poblie.that &e
Uas built up large substantial ericn .
i ii. i ti ,.vnn.iv ma.iiifacturinir Carriages.
v- iu tjsmiau. vawivooij aua j. - - . ,
Thankful for the very-iberal patronage ne nas receive-
ror the last 21 years, be Dopes oy sine .
business, with a desire to gve satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants ms wotk io oe
made of the best material and by expenencea woramen
in each branch of th business. His work will compare
favorably with any made in the United states, ior neat
ness and durability. ,- . . . ,.
He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES,BAROUCHES, ROCKAWA VS.
AND BUGGIES, ever oftered m inis piace, nu a very
Vr-rp atnp.k nfwnrk nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on snon nine w fuii:ui uui-v.m..-
ers. BB-lle has on hana more m
AND FIFTY Vehicles finisUea antt iu course oi con-
hI motion " ; , '
ail bvhim is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge.
Vorsntm wishinv to buv would do well to call and
a vlimihB 4Y ttiamBolvl-
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and on very rca-
sonable terms. ;
Fayetteyille. Oct 1. 1856.
SADDLE AND HARNESS maker,
WOULD Respectfully inform the public and ' all the
old customers of Houston and Overby, that he fctill
continues to carry on the Saddle and Harness making
qusiness in all it various branches, at tne oia btana oi
Houston and Overby, where be will be happy to fur
nish them with any article which they may need in his
9- Strict attention paid to Repairing.-
- W. OVERBY.
Aug. 18, 1856. 6-m
.li;rs i;i tais marki.-t,
i at Wholesale
im; i com!
l y ii
S 1 ies
or o;i t!j
us aote-s a
i;i."G ST ii:
lot.- an I go,
ill i -5 V U '?
.mls i.i-t due will pl'-
ii-a le i'ov C.ivi.
'1 imsi- oi iug
ase make iutiut.--
At an ncliourneil Meetitig of
r,.-imi.!iinniTs of the Town of Favetteville. heia in
! the ( litim? of the Town this dav. 7 o'clock. P. M., 17th
Jaify 1S..M, the following Officers wero elected:
John W. llaker. Jr., Tax Collector, commissions 5
per cent, on Town Taxes nd 4 percent on Rail Iload.
John P. Leonard, Special Justice Fees.
J. I). Callais. Town Constable. Director cf Patrol for
I'j.i) r aad Lower Fayetteville. Lamp Tender, -Stan-da!
i Keeper, and Street Commissioner salary $525.
,1. P. Leonard, Clerk of the Market salary $250.
Warren Prior, Keeperr of the Town Clock uo. $35.
J. A. Worth. " " Powder Magazine h fees
Wm. Williamson, Sextou to the Grave Yard
M. Faulk, II. Loekainan, J. Branch and J. Erad
ci;w Town ;nard. each salary $250.
A. M- Cauipliell, Ksq. was ap'fd Chief Fire Warden.
ST Haw lev, 1st Ass f
Vinos Williamson" ' " 2d "
.las MePlurson, " " " 3d "
J M Williams, " " " 4th "
W. McLMcKav, " - " " 5th '
J I) Williams, " " 6th
J F Fonlks. " " " 7th " "
Ordered. TUat regular meetings of this board be
hel l on the first Saturday in each month.
(From the Miuutes.) Adj'd
W. G. MATTHEWS, Clerk.
Jau'y 25, 34-t
J. S. BANKS,
COMMISStO?! AND FORWAUDISO
WILMINGTON, N. C.
January 1, 185ti. ly-pd
STARR & WILLIAMS.
DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
t, are now receiving a very large STOCK, em
bracing every thing in the Dry Goods line with
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Silk and Straw
Bonnets, Umbrellas, and Ready
Made Clothing, &c.
Which they will sell CHEAP for Cash or approved
ote, at WHOLESALE only. We invite Mer
chants visiting this market to examine our stock.
J. II. STARR. , J. M. WILLIAMS.
Aug. 30. l!56. 013-tf
D. XV. C. BEXBOW, D. D. S.,
Gradual of t lie Baltimore Collcce of
kv- to "
Jnz Hair, and
hand and for sale in
'.ri i n.i.-o.i and L.ir.l. sn'ta!
1- for fa-n l
h 1 1. :
iiirn r v
i ; ' )' I) s.
11 oa tli.
those iiuiebleil to nie either by
Note or Account, are hereby notified that I am great
lv in want of money, and if they wish to save costs
and coni'i r a favor on me they will call and make im
mediate payment or 1 shall he compelled to put my
claim.-- in the hands of an officer, as I am determined
to wait no longer. E. C. HALL.
Jan. 21. 1S.37. tf Rome.
Office hours from
j KOU. A L.U
AT REDUCED PRICES.
For CjjsH or on Short Time,
250 Carriages, Barouches,
ROCKAWAYS BUGGIES of evtrtf detetiption.
Many of whicluare finished, ami the balance being
finished daily: -anions which are many ntvo and
bemutifnl style,n"l One effy fine Carriage. Some
of them very light, and all iuade in the best manner
and or the best materials. My facilities Tor doing
Carriage work are greater than any estalishment
south and I can afford and am determined to sell work
of the best quality as low as it can be built for by
sf Those who are indebted to me will please pay
np as my business requires my out-standing debts to be
collected. A. A. McKBIUAS,
August 25, 1856. tf
Just received, a few doz. genuine East
India CASTOR OIL, (for my retail.) Also, Citrat
of Magnesia and Congress Water.
3. r. fUlLMS
April 2. 185K.
I. C. POE.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOKS, ASD
Particular Atte:-on paid to Ladies' Dress
Good and Trimmings.
HAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
November 3d, 1 836-. tf
Beds! ends ! Bedsteads ! t
Just received from the Manufacturer. Ira Hersey.
of various patterns, and made of good seasoned timber.
These bedsteads are manufactured in this place, and
can be sold to dealers aglow as they can be got from
the Morth. Call and examine.
A. M. CAMPBELL .
April 9, 1856. ly
BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO.,
OKXKRAL COHHHSION MERCHAHT,S
And Cotton Factors,
34 X- Plata Straot, NBVT TOBSi
U. W. BOWMA1T,
W. H. SELLERS,
May 1, 1856. ED"D. McMIERSON.
X. B. Particular attention tiaid to Consignments
of Naval Stores.
AMD '-PAMicini-n w - v
TWMS WILHISOTON . FAYKTTKVIL LK
Steamer M,s;aoIla.lMiM Kayettrvlllf on Mondnv and Ttian
day mornings. Ii tniantr utwt ron-rb.
l.Mm wuminston ui 1 uefday and i-rlday momliir.
Steamer Kanny Lutt-rloh. leavra Fayeltrville an TTihr
ana Friday mornioga. la minntrs after aun-rii-e.
Leaven w Uulngton n ednesuay ana tiatar day mbrniagi
Both carrying Kreight and Paaaenger.
btramrr Howan, wnn full act oi L.ieniera, ran rrcaiarir
carrying K'rricht only.
Tli regularity of our Boat en alt stages af the Bint, anf
the deiipateh aud promptuex in delieeriug goods, are tea
known to require comment.
To oar patrons we tender our (banks for the Try liberal
patronage heretofore betowed. aod can assure altsbippars thap
no efforts will be rpared fri future, aad fret confident that oar
facilities for di-spatrb are equal it not tuperior to any line an
Cape Krat Jtiref. w. r. i llibi j ,
gent for A.ntterion k i. v.
Fayetteville. N . C Oat. 34.1856 21-tf
A. 31. Campbell,
AUCTIONEER Sl COMMISSION MKRCHANTj'
East side of Gillespie street
Fatkttbtiliji, N.' C.
THE undersigned would respectfully Inform hit oltf
friends and customers that be can be found at the
Store of C. E. Leete, where he will be glad to Me
them. J. ii. 3icIOMALD.
Jan. 17, 1857, S3ttf
WANTED an active, honest man in each aectiorr
of the State to take orders by mple for ."Mef
ALLISTEU'S HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES. To
active men a liberal monthly salary and faif commit
sion will be paid. Addrecs (with stamp, to prepa
answer) Da. J. S. McALLISTEK,
Feb. 7. 1857. 8C'4t Jersey City, ti. J.
2,0')0 dollarsi Agents wanted
either Ladies bt Gentlemen, in every town and conn-"
tyin the Lnited States, to engage in a genteel busi
ness, by which they can mate irom one inousanu to
twa thousand dollars a year. For particulars address
enclosing a stamp S. A. DEWEY & CO.,
Feb. 7 36-8t Box 151, ruuadeipuiH, ra:
into Stare tlioir re
i-icin:; ;i l:ir aud .
1LLLAMS & CO.
SCOTT & (JO.'S
REl'IlINT OF THE
GREAT REDUCTION IX THE PRICE
OF THK LATTER PUBLICATION.
9 A. M. to 1 P.JI
3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
DR. BEXBOW may be found at his suit of Rooms
near the Market, where all who are in need of the
services of a Dentist are respectfully invited to call.
All operations performed upon the Intent and most
approved plans. To those in need of Artificial Teeth,
lie would simply say that he is behind in no improve
ment. He inserts from one to au entire set upon tine
Gold or IMatina plate, which he guarantees to be
equally as serviceable as the natural organs.
He spends nine montbs of each year in this place,
(from first of October to the first of July.)
Oct. 25. 1S5U. 21-tf
The furniture & Fixtures of" tne
FAYETTKVI&I.E HOTEL FOR SALE,
The Subscriber havinir fully determined to sell the
above named property, now oirer it to any enterprising
man nnon lilieral terms.
This Hotel enjoysalare custom from the adjoining
counties, and from the travelling public, with a pros-
oect of future increase. -What it has done and is now
doing, can 1 seen by any one wishing to purchase, by
referrins to our books. The situation of the Build-
iae is such as will command the ereater part of the
custom coining to, and passing through this place
For the amount of capital invested, there is no busi
ness that a person could engage in that would pay as
J. II ROBERTS A CO.
Sept. 11, 185G. Po-tf.
receiving his FALL AND
consisting of almost every
L. SCOTT & CO.. NEW YORK, continue to pub
lih the following leadiug British Periodicals, vis:
! THE LONDON QUARTERLY (Conservative.)
i i! .i:j.l -'. 1 'l.-eto-l stock of
As.i SUMMKll U-V.KIS.
;- tl !-i.i-t:i-,nt of.iil tV- latest styles
. i 1-, ,i i 1 Silk M.nth's, E-ii-
i ;C'o i, C-.i:.- !-!. Bonnets
James C. Smith. Miles Costin
JAMES C. SMITH k CO.,
Have removed their office to the second story of the
Suihling formerly occupied by the 1 elegrapb Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmington, October 1, 1856 y
: 1 !
1! Its. H-fi -i-v. Ac.
ALS ) -
1 L:.in Drilling,
i ' i;i; d'Etn,
) v,i S ::i t!:i4-i -i:nl Sheetings,
i T.iii'n Cloths.
ami Moleskin nats
1 :l 1 I o
I -.is. L:
. i-"a'i i ti i . II issimar
1 i -i;-a-!!-.
t-. a. i i R -t Iy-M: le Clothing.
;' '.vhicli vi!i '; -il 1 lo-.v for cash, or oi thi?
m-- to p-t.ictuol c-isfom-;rs. All nersons faad
) an ropctf'ully renut-steil to
ij? i.ieu- select ':is.
Ii. V. PEARCF.
'-larch 11. J.SoT. 41-tf
II is ;
la a t
m oi ii
o :viiri my tn-.i of C'rochery and Glass,
cs 1 sh-iH h tve a -oo I assortment- of ever v
i i-.-. -i't:Ih..' ; tV- Coiiiitry Tra-lo.
-harit- in ly r iy o:i "ttin.i goods from
t .:u t'la i by or l.-risiif from t!i. Xorth.
" W. X. ilLLIXGlIAST.
spjuxc; stock, 1S57.
P. - -1'UOEE,
roi-4-i- and faniiajioii Jli-rrh;
il ts ia--t i
a id h'l 1
is !; :(;,):!:
s i 1
'i Sa 1
l in Store.
a-- i I-
i!ual.lo PLAXTATIOX and desirable Stand
"uatry . i il o-.-;. i ron.itv. siln.ited
s .S c.ti'.i . l-'avoit-jVili .- eit-ii-f t.l.. .,r
hi; So.f.ti-jia l'ia ii Ro.t l." oeciinie ! Iiv Mr 11,,,,,.,. r
A g )"l a id iv-.v i,v -lliiij
h'l .1 -li i ;s, a-id a -i oi- II l i
ra t-t itaa i.nl i -trio is aad
dc '.ra'-l pla-.-e oi'r--sid-- x;e.
fo a Cou itry Store v. itiiiu
It wiUh - sold privately, and terms of payment made
oa-y. If aot -lisposa-1 of si(o.i.t. it wdl'hc sold at
aici:o:i. at tbo M.irk-t Ho.ise hi Fayetteville, on
T;i -s lay th -Ttii oi' -Vrd u -it.
!r .V.ii..- ;s resulmg o:i tli premises airl will
H'j-i-. tiiiUahle ont-
-. tu i:-jd as it is in th; j
aud oao ot the best stands i
tiie same distance from i
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig.)
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.)
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal.)
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory.)
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professional man, while to the iuteligent reader of
every class they furnish a more correct and satisfac
tory" record of the current literature of the day,
throughout the world, than can be possibly obtained
1'roui any other source.
! The receipt of ADVANCE SHEETS from the Brit
ish publishers gives additional value to these Reprints
inasmuch as they can now be placed in the hands of
subscribers about as soon as the original editions.
For any one of the four Reviews Sil 00
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For Blackwood's Magazine 3 00
For Blackwood and three Reviews !l 00
For Blackwood and the four Reviews 10 00
Payments to be made in all eases in adnance.
.Monty curreit in the State whrre issued will be re
ceived at par.
A discount of twenty-live per cent from the above
prices will be allowed to Ci.t us ordering four or more
copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus
Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be
s-ut to one address for Si); four copies of the four
Reviews and Blackwood for iilO; aud so on.
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THK PAHJIKU'S cuius;.
To Scientific and Practical Agriculture.
By Heury Stephens. F. II. S- of Edinburgh, and
Norton Professor of s-'cientitio Aericul-
iiaven. z vol lioval
The Subscribers havinir this day
leased this Hotel for a term of vears, will be
pleased to see their friends and the travel inyr
public at this House. At the same time we
hope they will be patient and hear with our imperfec
tions until we shall have put the House in such repair
as we desire.
J. H. ROBERTS CO.
J. n. Row.KTa. F; N. Roberts.
March 1. 18SC 35-tf
MORE NEW GOODS.
AB1HE Subscriber is
JL WINTER STOCK,
thinir in the way of
HARDWARE AJVD HOLLOW-WARE
Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Fish &c,
Any of which he will sell cheap for Gash, barter for
Produce or on short time. Store recently occupied by
Troy A Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
u. rr, !. uutiiiaio.
OcL 18. 20-tf f'
OLD RYE WHISKEY.
The Subscriber is the only authorised, agent in Fay
etteville for the sale of the Hon. R. C. Puryear'a cele
brated OM Rye Whisker. He will be supplied with
this superior Whiskey to meet demand.
April 16. 94-tf
A few likely servants. men. boys and ftirls.
highest urice will be naid by calling
J. 11. KOBEHT5.
Feb. 14. 37-tf
100 Bush. Seed Oats, just received
nd for sale by
W. H. CARVER.
Cider Vinegar, iust
for sale by
w. II. CARVER.
O- FOR SALE CHEAP, -ft.
7 SECOND HAND BUGGIES in good
April 20, lsob. 42-tI
The undersigned will pav the highest cash price for
YOUXO NBt'iKOKS. 1-.-u.ts addressed to -i ther of
us at Laurinbtirgh, Richmond county, will have
I). C. McINTY'RE.
DANIEL M, McLAURLN.
Laurinburgh, Jau'y 3, 157. 3l-tf
D ITS PREHITIRE DECLINE.
Jnat Published, Oralis, the Olh Thansand I
A KEW WoRUS OV THE R.1TIOXAI. TllRAT J
p:ext, without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, Gen
ital and Nervous Debility. Iiupoteucy, and Impedi
ments to Marriage generally.
l'T IS. HE I.AXKT, M. D.
The important fact that the many alarming com
plaints, originating in the imprudence and solitude of
youth, may be easily removed without Medicine, is in
this small trac t, clearly demonstrated; and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by
the Author, fully explained by means of which every
one is enabled to cure himself perfectly and at the
least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
mostrnms of the day.
Sent to any address, gaatis and post free in a sealed
envelope, by remitting (pot paid) two postage stamps
to I)u. 11. 1e Lanky, 17 Leonard Street N. Y. City.
Dec. 13. 1856. 28-ly
LANDS FOE SALS.
for sale the following tract
New Haven. 2
and numerous Wood
tfl-if o li'
M ar : '
i-i" v t:
r e-u i
C. V EPILlI'SEVilE CURED.'
; the tolhi-viiij; !:.-r f--om a rop.ctalIu
-:ppi will auswer tin Question, and
the late J. 1'
ttire in Yale Colleg
lotavo. IOIH) pages
This is, uonfesseclly, the most complete work of
Agriculture ever published, and in order to give it a
wider circulation the publishers have resolved to re
duce the price to
1'iu-! Dollars for the two Volume!!
When sent by mail (post-paid) to California and
Oregon the prici! will be 7 dollars. To every other
p-irt of the b'nio i, and to Canada (post-paid U dollars.
ii This work is not the old -'Rook of the Farm."
lt--;iiittaiices for any of the above publications should
always b-j addressed post-paid, to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT A CO.,
No. 5 1 Gold-street, New York.
1 a-iswer th
ail io;!)ts Irotll cvern unbiased mint!
G::.':.-vn v. Miss", June
Tl,. IT. , r. ...
' - i i c-. iitiirai'iri .ii i. near
it jn-.-a.-s ir . ;a routing
yon-i.i.i ,lv-.ih!- IMls.
Sir: I take
i c.isj of sp i-nis or tits cured
My brother .f. J. Li"-on.
v.-it-'i this awful
yiite voung, Hi
t wouhl have
it lirst; but
o i !-v:i -i 'J ct:d
lir- r i: ta -k ! wh'.Ie
ii- vvo sp i-:in at o I
oil -r. t!i'7 -in
i-u hi; (j-):a n -ac.-
y-'u-y Di.-.i -vi i lire sever
'--mniiiil -re.l seriously: but now: I
mi i ip-iy to s-iy 1,2 is cur ! of th..lii l. He has
i iv -I in li-.- ilth for th-; last live months pat. His
mri I h i also i etur.io-I to its origiaal sprightliu.riw.
All t-us f ci'ce -r.;:tt pi -tsure in coiutqitniaating. aa it
tniy t:u !nea-is.f directing others to tin
hit, -.Vlll C ire tUeill. Yours Mmwtfnllv Ae
W. V. LIGOX.
AO r-'s0., xy',0 is sv.T-ri ig from Fits, or Spasms,
ii iU nesloat - i-lin to Dr Hance, after this for a
"' ""!ti,a t!I'-' inediciiift. His prices are as
on til,-; ri!Ce'lit of n vei;ln..o ,l,l,...Jo
1)1 llaltiiiiore. Md.
I to increase; likewise. Up to
lak'niif your Pills.he had them
prostra' mghini bo.ly ami
The subiicribcr offers
One tract containing 1200 acres, (00 of which is
as good swamp as there is in the county of IRaden,
about two hundred acres well drained, and about
thirty acres cleared and under fence, adjoining the
lauds of J. G. Sutton and T. C. Smith.
Also. 15 I acres joining the lands of D. Johnson and
150 joining the lands of John Cain and E. Downan.
200 acres joining the lands of George Cain and
Elizabeth Melvin. The above lands I will sell and
cive good time tor good notes, or will take young ne
groes and give the beft of prices.
For further information address the subscriber at
Elizabethtown. N. C.
Jan 10. 18o7. 32-3in R. P. MELVIN.
Wilmington Herald copy 3 months and send bill to
Goods at Wholesale.
The subscribers beg leav to advise their customers
and Merchants srenerallv, that they have received a
part and expect to receive the balance of their recent
purchases in a few days. Their Stock will Ik much
larger and more complete than they have ever ollercu
embracing a general assortment of
Hardware and Cutlery, Hollow Ware,
Saddlery, Shoes, Leather, tyc,
All of which have been bought by one of the firm ex
pressij o r iue v noiesale Trade. Their terms will be
as iu-.e lore, on tne usual time to prompt dealers,
iu casu ouyers a reasonable discount will be made.
v ,. , GEO' W- WILLIAMS A CO.
Fayetteville. Aug. 13. 185. 11-tf
n.WE YOU SUBSCRIBED
Coaoopantan Art Assavlatlan
FOR THE 3d. "VK Alt.
SEE TIIE RARE INDUCEMENTS!
The managers have the leanre of announcing
that the collection of Works of Art desigaed for dis
tribution among the stijwcrltiers. whose names are re
ceived previous to the yRth nf January. '.17. Is much
larger and more costl than on any previous year.
Among the leading works In Sculpture executed
In the finest Marble is the new and beautiful Statute
The Rusts of three Great American Statesmen,
CLAY, WERSTER, AND CALHOUN.
Alo. the exquisite Meal Bust. '-SPRING;''
APOLLO AND DIANA, in Marble, life size.
Together with the following Groups and Ktatws In
Cnrrara Marble of the Strnggle for th Heart. Venus
and Apnle: Psvche: Maedalen: Child of th" Sea; Inno
cence; Captive Bird, and Little Truant, with numerous
works in Bronze, and a collection of several hnndred
Fin Oil Paintines. by leading artists.
The whole rf which are to be distrihnted or alloted
amone the subscribers whose names are received pre-
vions to the twentv-eisrhth of January, 1857, when
the distribution will take place.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Every subscriber of Three Dollars is entitled to
A eopv of the splendid Steol Encrraving, -'Saturday
Night." or a copy of any of the following 53 Maga
zines one year: also
A copy ofthp Art .lonrnni one vear. anrt
ticket In the Annual Distribution of Works of
Tims, fo' every S3 paid, a person not onlv pets
lwrnitiful engravinor-or Magazine one year, but also
weaves the Art Journal one year, anrt a Ticket in the
Annual Distributing, ma Kinir tonr noiiars wortn oi
roatlinff matter besides the ticket, bv which a valua
ble pa'nting or piece or stationary may te received in
Those who prefer Maffznes to the enravintr 'Sat-
nrdny nieht: can have either or the Tollowinp one
vear: - naTper' Matmzlne: Godey's Tisdv's Book
TTnited States Mararno: Kn'ekerhoeker Masazine
GrnhamV Mairnzine Blnckwood?s Magazine. Southern
T.iterarv Messenger. -
Vo person is restrirten to a single share. Thosn
taking five mmnersfiips. remirtinir s is. are entitled
toslT'engrn-ylngK. and to six tickets in the rfistribn-
lion. or any five or the Magazines, one year, and six
ickok " .... " ' " . .. ...
Persons in rem'ttmg tunns ror memnerstiin. will
please reirUter the letter at the Post Office to prevent
loss" on reeeinr n' wnicii. a ci-ri,'ni:Hie oi .-iemoersnip
together wi'h the Enqrrnvinir or Masrazine desired, will
he forwarded to any part of the country.
j?or rather par'ietnlars. see the rovemtcr Art
Jonrnal. sent tree on application.
For membership aiuress i,. ipmty.i;. a. a..
348 Broad wsv.N. t.. or western Otnce, 156 Water
street. Sjindnsky. Ohla.
Turpentine Axes, just received and
or sale by W. II. CyRVER.
- 50 Bbls. Mullets, just received and
or sale by W. H. CARVER.
Seed Rice, 20 bush, for sale by
w. n. CARVER.
A. A. McKETHAN.
8,000 Spirit Barrels for sale by
McLAWUN A STRANGE.
June 17, 1856
NEW M ACKER KL.
25 4 bbls. and Kit in rtore, and for sale by
W. II. CARVER.
25 Boxes Cheese, just received and
for sale by W. H. CARVER.
Feb 14. 37 -3t
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine mile?
from Fayetteville, lying directly on the Southern
Plank Road, and on each side of Big Rockfish. One
ofthelest Turpentine section in the county, with
convenient improvements for a family residence; with
small corn mill on a never failing stream, and a first
rate situation for a Turpentine Distillery and Store.
A. JV. JH'1V,111A;1
Fcb'y 9, 1858. tf
Cape Fear Land, for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale THREE HUNDRED
and EIGHTY-FIVE Acres of Land on Cape Fear
River below Smith's Ferry, in Cumberland county,
running with the river to the lands of Mrs Hyrd.
A portion of the land is cleared and leuced. It it
well adapted to the cultivation of eorn, oats, and the
usual crops of the river lands. The part uncleared
has on it some good swamp, which may be easily pre
pared for use.
It will be solrt on a credit ot twelve monms. per
sons wishing to buy can call on the owner at this place.
J. ti. SlIM'UbUll.
April 8. 93-tf
THE Subscriber has opened an Auction Sales Room
in the building one door West of the Cape Fear Ban'.t.
up tairs. where he will be glad to leceive consign
tncnts of Goods. Wares, or Merchandize.
?E-Particular attention paid to dales of STOCKS,
REAL or PERSONAL ESTATE.
C. E. LEETE. Auctioneer.
Feb'y 9. 37-4 1
PLOWS ! PLOWS ! f-PLOWS
Kf No. 9 Plows.
SO No 10 Plows,
50 o 11
25 No 50 "
25 No 60 "
Just received, with castings to match.
NEW CROP MOLASSES- Planters' Steel aad kal
Steel Hots, For Mile by
C. B. LEETE.
Feb'y 14 S7-3t
25 BBLS PLANTING POTATOES, just received by
C. E. LEETE
C. COLDEX MURRAY,
MURRAY'S "REGULAR LINE" OF WILMING
62 South Street, NEW YORK.
The undersigned may be found at the Office of C
Colden Murray. 62 South street, where orders for every
description of Hoods will receive nis prompt ana per
P. MALLE FT.
March 20, 185 y
DRS. McSWAIN & McDUFFIE have this day dis
solved copartnership by mutual consent.
Dr McSwain will attend to settlements and collec
tions for the firm.
Dr. McDuffie will continue to occupy the former
H. McSWAIN. WM. C. McDUFFIE.
Nov. 1. 1856. 22-tf
LIMB AND CEMENT.
J nst received and for sale
2fi0 Casks Lime, freali from the
Bushels Plastering Hair,
Barrels Mackerel and Herring,
riacks Liverpool bait,
Alum Salt: 2 bushel Sacks.
J. W. POWERS.
ALEX'R JOHNSON. Jr.. bavinsr associated with
I him PETER CROW, will continue the DRY GOODS
Business at the Old Stand, under the name and style
of Alex'r Johnson & Crow.
ALEX'R JOHNSON, Jr.
Feb. II. 38-4t
CALL AND SETTLE
All persons indebted to Alex'r Johniwi, Jr., either
by note or acconnt, will please call and make imme
diate payment, as interest will be clisrgcd on all ac
counts till paid. Also, tnose mat arc still in arrears
with Alex r Johnson & Uo., will tinil it to their advan
tage te call and settle up by the l5tlrof March. after
that time they will find their claims in the hands of an
officer for collection. ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr.
Feb 21. 38-4t
Owing to a change in business, it is necessary that
my individual claims should le cloeed np. All tboes
indebted will find their bills made out and ready for
settlement, which by attending to, they will much
oblige P. CROW.,
I will be found at Alex r Johnson & Crow s.
Feb 21, 1S57. 3S-4t
Ttio Subscribers hsvinar at February term. 1857. of
the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Robef on
county, taken out letters of Administration on the
Estate of Williom Blount, deceased, hereby give notica
tn nil oersons having claims against the Estate of the
deceased: to present ihe same, duly authenticated,
within the time nrcscribed bv law. otherwise this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Debtors to the Estate will make immediate payment.
JOSEPH THOMPSON. , . . .
CHARITY BLOUNT, f Aam
The Store House recently occupied by
Feb. 21. 38-4 1
Valuable Town Pi
In pursuance of a Decree of the Court of Eouit
the county ot Cumberland, upon the petition of
Hybart and others, I will sell at the Market Hon
rrison's Balm of Prairie Flowers,
at the Drug Store of Dr. FOULKES.
Uiarrison's Crystal iVIucilajje, at the
g Store of
-etli S. Haiv
s.ilp nt this
A fresh supply of Ellis's Cilrate of
Magnesia, a pleasant cathartic, at the Drug Store of
1 t Dr. FOULKES.
A fresh assortment of Harrisons'
unriji-aiieu t-criuiuero, jusi received auu ior sale at
tho rug Store of
March 14, 1S57.
rwperty for Sale.
.i..Tn,n rr.i,.,..:n.. . uuuk iu
u.v i, .noniiay the C.th day of
iVrAiZ.iu.'t ' n1w occupied by
" V V';,M ' McLaurin and
inc4in,iuii-ii, hiiiiii. soiu upon a ereilit: f
approvea security required
six montns. isona aud
from the purchaser.
- t aw W" A' UUSKE' Clerk ''nd Master.
March j , 1857. 40-5t
Charlotte and Rutherford Rail
. cr .,,.;. l xretldo- of the Stockholders of this Con-
1 I . . i t 1.. l,.ilrl in hi tnwn nf Wtlminir.
pany is appm m u n.
i ton, on i.-"H.-ri. f th-
upon the ai; eminm'- -
uy oraer . H. W. GUION, Pres't.
Feb2l 1857 38-41
POHTABtK STEAM E5GIHK BUILDER,
S E corner 15tA and Hamilton t Philad-, Pa.
Portable Steam Engines, on 1W hl. with a
tongue fora team to e m.. . '
These eneines nave i. j " ; . r z --
i . iiraers rc "'"
l fn.r sale. These enirines
Engines always n ey in8tance
. II Venerai satisfaction. Descriptive circulars
;n k or,t when applied for.
Jan. 10, 1857.
Having obtained an order of Court to that effect, we
shall, on Thursday the 19th day of March next, at the
late residence of William Blunt, dee'd. expose to
10 htad of UatlU; 5SDU oneep; i mules; a iiorses;
1000 bushels, f Corn; ZO.UUU lbs oj J-'odder ;
50 bushels of Feat; 100 Hogs; Farming
Tools; Blacksmith Tools; Carts; Wag
ons; Household Furniture; 1 Buggy;
1 Barouche; 1 Sulky; Sre, Src, 4$-e.
At the same time ond place we will hire out until
Uip first dav of January next, about 40 Slaves.
Terms ef sale: Six months credit, the purchaser
giving bond and approved security before the property
is remov hd.
insrra thiivpkiiv i . . .
Z7,in,v irm-v-T ' r Adm rs.
March 7, 1857, 40-3t
JUST RECEIVED another Lot of Buperfine CASI-
MERE HATS. Also, on hand a good supply of Silk,
Fur and Wool Hats, of my own make.
Jany. 3. 1857. 31-tf
H AKBLB KACTOR.Y,
BY GEO. LAUDER.
Nearly opposite to B. W. Winkings7 Auction btore.
Oct. 1. 1856. T
DON'T ALL COME AT
.J. W. LETT
Jtasiii'i receivuu a large ana general STontr ni-
GOODS siiitedtothe Fall and Winter trade, consisting
e - ,,n,i, i?vii:viuii ui
Stapls JiA Fancy DRY ennna.
Boots and ShoTS. with almost everything desirable in
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
a MA Wm 1 1 9.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
CDBngfi iitv cunuiry proance.
Sept. 14, I8S8. . ly-pa
xr,.T..irin & Strange will pay the high
est cash price for Turpentine uu.
Sept. 3. 1856.
A comfortable nOUSE, corner Mamford and Robe
son street. Apply to , .
A. J. nnniiW.
PAINTS AND OILS.
5000 lbs Pure White Lead,
10 bbls Linseed OiL
Terra de Sienna
150 Bushels of first rate quality. Also, a few bush
els l-ed Clover Seed, for sale in quantities to suit.
Apply to B. ROSE.
March 7. 40-3t
Linseed, Winter Sperm. Lamp, Tanners', and Neat's
foot, OIL, constantly on hand. A fresh supply just
received and ror eaie in quantities to suit. .
March 1, 1M7. 40-3L
To hire for the balance
A Negro Woman
Ironer. Apply to
March 7. 1857.
who is a good Cook, Washer and
Faint and Varnish Brashes. For sale by
SAM L J. HINSDALE.
March 7, 1R57. 40-4t
Tersons indebted to Jaa. C. McEachln, a Guardian
of the heirs of John Morrison, deed, are nereoy re
spectfully informed, that said guardian has in a great
maioritv of instances enoorseu nu
notes to the undersigned. Abo, that our urgent ne
cessities apart from the reqi lremcnts of the endorser,
compel as to collect as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too,
by paying np immediately. We mast and will sua
Where the money is not forthcoming.
J. M. MORRISON.
: - - JJ. A. MORRISON.
X-uilaburgh, N. C, March 7, 1667. 40-tf