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WM. l V,' I (5 HTM AN, Editor, t
FAYETTEYILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1857,
VOLUME XIX NO. 947.-
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VM. F. WICIITMAX & CO.
"T ret f f V
t;.BUu:."T 'J. WititJiir.
Mt!!icy.it ij.t-.v, y 1 1-vi A. C
O :! at ill; oraer of lir arid (Jreen streets.
.1. A. S3KAItS,
A T T ( 1 1 N K Y AT I, A W ,
ATTI'.N'DS t;i-f Court- of C j:nh -rland,
SVviUi aj l .Joh:i-tu.
Vch. i;;. is."t.
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ult-d i.t the Law OHice f Jess G. Slisp-
!-(.. o.i ' re ii Street.
Jm. lx.'.S. T-tf
A N I") iLi'j W J
si J t a a w .
April i 1.
to i'l i'TSr.oili). N. C. will attend
o! Chatham. Moore and llarn-.lt
F A fi ii.
S I l A-re ; of i ,a:rl. ! iu v on Cap Ke.ir River- Store,
Dwetlin. )ut il"..- All iu iir-t rate order. The Store
at a ii i" husiii -s .-!a:id at the Cross Roads and tiie
nil is u t if ' e-. dl-'l by any in N-rtk Carolina.
ng to pur.
ng the p
can obtain further
iv by calling ca
15 mi ic.s
AD VMANTl U a -id TALLOW CANDLES; fine
and cotiruoti TOP.ACi -O; and almost anything in the
Grocery line. Ch.rap as the cheapest!
G I. GOLDS-TON.
F.ib'y 7. U57. :k; -tf
nentiis of the FARMING AND TURPEN
TINE LAN!) in llarueU county, knov.-u as the Parker
and Me'N 'iil l.mds. joining Win. Harrington's land on
F ;. r Little Uiver. T'.icre is sonvs 200 acres cf the
t quality of low groand-s
is are ii"avilv timb-reil v
on tiie River. The up
itii pines, and within six
iies" of t'ae Faye
For p irt icul.ir:
eville and Western Railroad.
ioplv to D McARTHUR.
J. P. ROPER,
J. W. Me KAY.
Nov. 1S5G 20,
j' no s pectus
souri! :zi s f.m.!:.i;v iwisiiixcjcit
For tho Year 1S5G. July to December.
T Y IZ A V Y -X 1 1 1 II I V O U V Jit K .
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signed, to whom all comniuu. canons ui .i "ui.k hu- ;
inn most, be addressed.
MVCF Alt LANE. FERGUSSON A CO.
Law Piiildiug, Franklin Street, Richmond, a.
Jane 1, 1850'.
t'f.OATIXG KILLS On KXtCIiJ.E
s a s j 1 1 a q rj a c 1 1 1 & i: .
The subscriber having purchased the Right of the
above Machine for the Counties of Cumberland and
Harnett, is now ready to furnish such as niav he
desji-oii ot obtaining a Right. The machine is simple,
botii in its structure and operations, ud shoulit aav
port-on r it fail, van be eas.'ly and speedily repair.
by any person having the use of toola. J-J ' lhjiw
ill! f n n,.i-t' :v, 1 I
pT. TI of labor which almost every
liitl, to sunn v ii'ithf-mr. nt oil tiitiirui.rnn. i
W!t tl.e ordinary duties. In-tue first Dlace a f-ii.l
t t. years or age can pertormall the labor, afti-r.
ha;vC..jen it ptrtc a few times. anl if the direc-'
tior' are adhered to, will do as inn;;!! work in one day
lllree ' Io:u women in tui orrtinary way. and the
wot li WiH lotter ll,a,e- B, low w!11 be fol,:id
l.u,';J Wtt ?;"e lurcuacu ana now
one of therfe machines
April 12, 1351;.
T, ,T .
I atkttkvilijs. N.C.. April 9. 13f.
i , , , , , ,
e. the undersigned, hav ing purchased of Mr lshatn
ciake one of tSc above machines, eordiallvceeomeud
and th work U much better done than is usually done
in the old way, and with less wear to the Llothmg.
It far exceeds our expectations, and has ouly to be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
utility and economy. We have no doubt of it being
generally u-ed wherever introduced.
D. G. McKae.
J.vo. D. Williams.
w. j. a.vpkmsox,
A. P. IlLitr,
Jas. G. Smith.
Joh.v D. Stahh,
Jose ni A. Worth,
A. J. O'Haxlox,
We in company with several other gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which was very dirty and much
del'.ie- d. put in and washed out by this machine, re
moving aw the ilirty appearance ol the bill, and leav- i
ing it perfectly legible, which shows there is little or
no rubbing produced in washing line articles. i
Frank N. Roberts,
J as. G. Smith.
A - V YEAR'S CALL TO
ONE A si) ALL.
OVI:j;oV respectfully tenders his thanks
to a g a-rous jmimc lor tiie liberal patron-
i age h
u.ir. nnnu .10.11 im-ui .-..nee us eouiuieii- ,
i c u oiisui - .i ii noon, rtuu iiojie?. iy .1 ill .ti- i
tent, on a an. iiniiring lnuuI;ry. to merit a continuance
', of t'neir favors.
i He has now on hand and will constantly keep a
good assortment of Saddles. Hridles. Martiiigals. Also j
; Carriage, iiuggy. and Su'ky Harness, of all varieties ;
' and of his own manufacture. Having in his employ j
; tir.-t-rate workmen in the dilferent branches of ins ,
T business, he is not under the necessity of keeping
! Northern work for sale, lie has also on hand for ;
! tab' Wagon and Carriage Collars; Wagon. Carriage. !
! IJueav- and Drorers' Whip.-: of ever;.' diseri ption, and ,
! ,.T..i-'v' ,',!;... .r;,.1..-- ..p;; .Hv Jj.-vv4 : !t" r. : I',,.-.
Kepairiug attended to a.3 usual done neatly and
' with despatch. i
i N. 11. He earnestly requests all thosi indepted to
1 the late firm of Houston c Overby to cell and settle
! tho clainss he holds against them, as the settlement of
, the eo-parl.j'rliip ri;qu:re: it wit.iout ueeay.
i .January 10, 1857. 32-3m
iluabl - Towii Pi-operty for Salt.
In pursuance of a Decree of the Court of Equity for
the county of Cumberlaud, upon the p-tttion of Luza j
Hybart and others. I will sell at the Market House fn
the Town of Fayetteville. on Monday the (ith day of ;
April next, tho JJRICK TENEMENT now occupied by j
C. J. t IL H. Jones, adjoining D. & W. McLaurin and;
D. F. Pearee. 1
Tha above property will be sold upon a credit ot t
six irtouths. Rond and approved security required
from the purchase".
W. A. IIUSKE, Clerk a ad Master.
March 7. 1S57. 40-5t
I-JOA"'!1 ALL COHE AT OXCEJ
.f. W. LETT
lust received a large ana general siouiv
GOODS suited to the Fall and Winter trade, consisting
of a choice selection of
Staple nntl Fancy li Ii A" GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, with almost everything desirable in
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
Goods sold at the lowest prices ferCASH, or ex
changed for country produce.
Sept. 14. 185tl. ly-pd
The Subscriber bes leave to inform his Customers
that be is now receiving his SPRING AND SUMMER
STOCK, consisting of
STAPLE &, FANCY DRY GOOIJS,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing.
Straw ILis, Bonnets, and
Fancy Goods. Also, Hard
ware t Groceries and C rockery.
S. W. ERRANT.
LuinVerton, April 4,
II ATS, CAPS, BOOTS &. SJIOE?.
J. C. THOMSON, is now receiving one
of the largest and most complete assort
ments and style of GOODS iu his line that
he has ever ca.Ved tiie attention of bis friends and the
pubio to. which he intends se.Vitig LOW for CASH, or
to prompt paving customers.
J. C. THOMSON,
O.'d Stand, Market Square.
April 4. 44-4 1 '
fSlHE snscriber begs respectfully to call the atten
13 tlo i of the citize.isof Fayetteville and the pub
lic "-enerally to his well selectdd stock of
(;i:iCK:i i '-s & I'ltovisio.vs,
Embracing in part
Rio. Laguira, Jamaica, Java and Mocha Coffees,
Drown. A. R and C. Coiiei-. Crushed and Loaf Sugars.
Prime Goshen ami Choice Dairy Butter,
Tallow. Adamantine and Sperm Candles,
Green and Clack Teas; Putter, Soda and Milk Crackers
Whibrow's London Mustard.
Pepper and "Worcestershire Sauce: Spanish Olives.
Walnut and Tomato Catsup
Spiced Oysters and Lobsters
Pickles and Preserves,
In fact, almost EVERYTHING wanted by Ilouse-
! it . : . t . . . . . . , . r . .. r . t -.: .: .. .
lie on. -iiu-i nisu ti - ut'p me otsi ui uiI x iuvipiuiic
as this market affords, and hopes, bv attention to the
wants of customers, to be able to please,
P. S. TOBACCO CHEWEKS will find
that they can be suited in any grades of the article at
Trjy store, one door above Messrs.
Worth A- Utlev s
South side Hay street.
AudS OKERS willt find CIGARS, from
common DOMESTIC to FINE IMPORTED.
April 4, - 4i-4t
new a:yd cheap goods,
HAS just receiveci a very4:irge and general assort
ment of GOHS Among fiiiit ii are,
French and aglUh Merinos ; . "
Io. Delains, Plain .iiyd.li,r" " '
Dress Silks. Fh!iWr,Tlu.n :
rru i s s ;
Sleeves and Co'iaiv ;
Cloths, Cassumtres and .Sal Ins :
Hear and Negro Dlaukts ;
".3-4 to 12-4 ISleached o-irrt-Mrtm. ..
Oi'ntkm'H'ii JAtuiyAIade Clothing v
Cyia-Jt-ting, (jo1 and Couimon ;
Boots pud Shoes ;
Auchor Uohiiig Cloth ;
Kers?ys and Linseys ;
Irish Linens. Ura.-h ;
Table Diaper and Napkins.
With many oth'-r ortieles. all of whicV. being pur
chased by the i'ackag-f. will be offered at low prices,
by wholesale or retail.
"Not. 8. I85C. 23-tf
Douif Y nous-:
I'D U i
f.J, The Pi-oprielors of th;s list.ibi;
fi'T&' noUaee to the public, thai owing
iJ'Jkstantly increasing patronage extentled ti
b5fcf2i thetn. they haw been induced to enlarge th.
accommodatloii by tl.e addition ofan extensive Diuin
Room on the lower (Inoi'. and suit ol' l.'oorus on tio
second floor: thus enabling thm to aceouimudate al.
who may favor them with a call.
themselves to an inc
ai'.'d exertion to give fcatisfuc
to their patrons.
Spacious Stable attach
:1 and careful Ostlers i
The eligible loi.ition of the 7it,bli-hm":it, with the
experience of the i'roprietors in provi ling I'oi-i'ne
comfort of their patron. Kiev hope will secure to them
a liberal share ot t tit: travel,
The Western and South 'rnStng
arr've at a. id i
from this House.
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure
Steam 15 oats, for the accommodation of pa-'rtg. i
Horses and Carriages fumi-hod at any noliee i
carrying travellers to ativ part of the udiac-nt eounlr
J. W. roWLdl.S. " W. V. TliUt.
Favetteville, May 12, 1S5.1. fis-K'.
All those iiuiebUMl to inc cither b
Xote or Account, are hereby notiiiod that, I am gr eat-
l ,7 , n n-iiit t, m.lliev nil, ll r itv wwll fo ivi.
anj coiner a Juror on i
mediate payment or I hall be com;) -lied- to put my
claims in Jlie hands of an oillcer, as 1 am det'rutiued
to wait no long-r. L'. C. HALL.
Jan. 24. If.) 7. tf Rome.
THE undersigned would r
friends and customers that.
More of C. E. Leete, vh. re
Jan. 17, 1857. 33 tf
peetit'.Uy inform h
e c.-iii be found a
l.e 'F.ad to Si
Mobi N Ai.ii.
uJ o (ii t-x- O
oilers for sale t.h,
One tract containing 1200 acre:
as good .vamp as there is in the
ty of Llaib I!
:d. .and uiion
about two hundred
acres well drain
ciea: ed and un l-.-i
lands of J. G. Sutton and T. C. Smith.
Also, 15 ) acres joining the lands of D. Johnson and
.i.-,o joining the lands of John Cain and E. Downar..
200 acres ioiuing the Ian, Is of Geor-e Cain an::
Elizabeth Mel v in.- The above lands I will sell and
good iirae for good notes, or will ta
groes and give the best of prices.
For further information address
Elizabethtown. N. C.
Jan 10. 1S57. 32-3m R. P. MELYIN.
Wilmington Herald copy 3 months and send bill
Pure Pot as!
i, tor sa
S. J. HINSDALE.
DeGratli's Electric Oil, for stile by
S. J. HINSDALE.
Hyson and Imperial Ten,ior sale bv
S. J. HINSDALE.
HAS been newly rejiuired. Semi your Con
and have it ground. M. eKINNON.
April 4, ' 4F4t
O.V M A VHDOI)
AX ITS PROMTIRE EUE.
Jixst Pjt'jlisSietl, Cii-as is, tiie 2i)',li 'I'lio usa i tl :
A FEW HOKl.VS OX Til K IvA I IOXAI. TitEA T"
sent, w iittoui eieiticine. or .permatori'tu-a or
Local Weakness. Nocturnal .Emissions. Gen-
! ital and Nervous Debility. Juipoteiicv. and Iinnedi-
ments to Marriage generally.
BY U. 1)15 JLAXET, ?.t. P.
Th importan' fact that the many alarming com
plaints, originating iu the imprudence and solitude of
youth, may be easily removed without- MediciiK. is iu
this small tract, clearly demonstrated; ami the entirely
new and highly successful treai ment. as adopted by
the Author, fully explained by means of which everv
one is en aided to cite hlm
least possible cost, thereby a,
! mostrums ot the day.
Sent to a.i addrt i-s. g;
envelop , by remit tti:g ; ..
' !o ! i. l.'i-: h.i.'.'i.v, .7 . -.
t'ee. Ft, lSoli.
l 1 1 i x
:8 1 7
The under-signed will pay fhe highest cash nrrce for
YOUNG NEGROES. Letters addressed to either of
us at Laurinburgh, Richmond comity, will 1iave
D. C. McINTYR E.
DANIEL M, McLAFEIN.
Laurinburgh. Jan'y 3. 1857. 3i-tf
D. W. C. BENBOW, D. D. S.,
Graduate of the Baltimore CoI!gt ef
D E X T A L SURGE R Y .
Office hours from y A. M. to 1 P.M.
3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
DR. BENBOW may be found at his suit of Rooms
near the Market, where all who are in need of the
j services of a Dentist are respectfully invited to call.
All operations pertormed upon trie latest and most
approved plans, patha-e in need of Irtiaii-il Te.:h,
he would simply say that he is behind in no improve
ment. He inserts from one to a a entire set upon fin
Gold or Platina plate, which he guarantees to be
equally as serviceable as the latural organs.
" He spends niue months of each year in this place,
(from iirst of October to the first of July.)
Oct. 25, 1856. 21-tf
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-I j- - ;t i:::!;;'1 iir.tarl tula:
tt -.:.-: vvrs y frm !VV trevn jt bls?k.
i: ? -.s :y ;is:i rr;?;;.
K t- jK-i-IVf I; -irm! she Skki
lis p':!rr! ; iastiilnraa; rn:i pesnssnnt.
Jt ii :i2 ic., qnic'.e:t. e?: -op-si. and sajtst DTK ci'l''
.T?JD;.,eetio:'s for i:e si.-c.ir
V.oe k,z. i; : : - i-Z. .51 ;"0
f ii - i L-.- ,- ; e, v.Yws to the A"
".:! lsVi. i)v A. Vi . i I i o a i
:i" Districi en;:.': ot' t.ie U. s.
tiny each box.-fel.
V os.. $'.' ; 8 oz. Si
of Co:igre-s. in the
the Cb-rii OiV.ce of
r the iiiatern District
t i'etlli. l
l-'or s.ile by .1 -. V. FOCLKT-:-. Favelt
s:.iiiu;ajtiii er. AI'tLLOS V. Ji A! U1SON"
iville N. C.
Fil l.A HEI.i'Li t A.
) t .
avy i-i De.iver Creek S!
ttou Y.vrn. arp and Fil
It. Fiek'-r. INdler a el L-iee LiuATlIEiJS.
i - .in i M n i':;.: t ni'erV Findings,
iii -r M.-ain.-d, Sji. i-11.. ieud a. id Lias (-; .
utitie"-. i.-i:iggla--s. Frencii Giue. li-uory. i
Cloth a;i-.l . :.v.-- :'i
J. il. HALL. Pres. It. C. M.
J i! f
ii. i.-jf ..
AFiliiit. j'rof.'-jsor of mod rn Languages
aeher of Muie, wubl respect fully intoi m the
and Genll-mea of Fayett.-ville and vicinity,
he o -;'!il i l-eit !y loea'-- 1 himself in this place
put mmwo of givi-ig lesso.i.s in th-; Languages and
i'av'nig a'.re-idy IVu-.n a Cbc-s iu i-rench.
ving 1-dsure. 'e(ild le willing to give in
ons to La lies on the i'iuno and French at their
i iil t :
t ersou requiring ni.s sevTiC'-s wui please
I at the Ollicc of the Favelteville Hotel.
H. M. j ! AUSHER .
S. I'lan- tuned at moderate charges.
32 '-? 36.3-
ii :l law
er 1 ; tt."
, ! rki p L.'
I wii I
it ltiv je
:; tiie Dili of J)ecorn-
I bo-", weighs about 115
ai.dhns the eud of the
!t o'f. M- U priib-J.Iy
a i .' i . ' i .-.
i can ....
ivery to me
il RULLOCH, Jr.
8. lt-57. 36-3m-pd
lr S 'fstorntive,
S. J. HINSDALE.
"or s""e bv
Aug. :.!.'. IS
:h price will
CAM Pit ELL
1 1 a- . n r o--"!i
am prep.-1 ed !
eonveuietit a i'l
of Naval Storr;
verf. eon all duties; In my line of
:tt the Uiver or 'n Town. I have a.
eomniod'ous WARE-llOl'SE on the
:er o!' I .-;",!. .-e
i Street, and can be bound at the i
flip be IF- when wa n teil. J
- lore oi
a. :-i. (
I v it! t - k-' pi -a -ii
;ev count rv i r:-?iids
' ill it I " e.l ;l 1 i. J to ! il l DOS! tl CSS ol
l td ho;T liv :i -tri'-t attention to
:.usin -ss to r:i e'it a share of th" public patronage. My i
'lArgos siii!! be as iiiod.-rat- as any ott" can expect.)
I will do mv duty to i.otn buvcr and seller.
WM, R. WILEY.
P ."i ; " T
I now i-eCei ing hi" SPRING SUPPLY
c'.:;i.--i-tip.g of a lro-ge assortment of
Dnnrs and Mod;ciii--s, Oils, Paints,
Dye-stuffs. F-itu-y Articles, Per
fumery, Inks, (ti large assort
ment) Alcohol, Purning
Fiuiti, Wines mid Bra n
itics for ?UL'dioii! jmr-
vter, dev., Arc
tentioTi of country
ntiust'oii to se!! low
He would rarth-:i!..r!r cnll t'-
'erehi!!ii s to Irs Stuck, us it is i;:s
for Ca Ii nr on time 1? punctual c
March id, 1-
siPtUjVft &. Sl'MM V.ll C-OODS.
II. it E. J. Li LEY are now opening their usual
variet " of Sprlug r.'.ivl Stimtner iiiiods to which they
i:iite t'ie att.uitioo of w ho! sn le buyers,
V. :!! NT.
Will give part enlar
tiure- 1 '. tio i Ac.
The Mr -so;
tier oilers for saie.h
ght hundred acre:
viite and live uiils
s entire 1 iud. inciu-
-'. lying iif'ee'i inltes
fr?.i the mouth of
vol and healthy -and
s fbout one hundred
r a fine state of colli-
lower little river. The land is i
we'd adapted to tanning: there i
i-.t ftd'tv acres cleared and n nu
vat ion. 1 win sen ii. an iogeur. i or in snr.m u'utsB to
suit r)tiroha:-ers. For further jiartictlars apply to the
subscriber on the i.reir.ist s.
July 19- 7tf
iX IV Willi i .tin.
DRV GOODS A 1
now receiving a vrv large SK 'Civ, em
ery thing in the Dry Goods line with
Curie Boots. Shoos. Silk and Straw
Bonnets, Umbrellas, and Heady
Made Clothing:, fce.
tWhich thev will sell CHEAP for Cash or approved
Notes, at " n'HOLKSALE only We invite Mer-
s vissiiug tins market to exaraioc our siook.
j n STARR. J. M. WILLIAMS.
Aug. 30.1 6Z S. 913-tf
j A. A. Alcfvctliati
' ResDectfully informs his friends and the public, that he
has bailt up large substantial Brick Buildings at his
Obi Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
Thankful iiv-ihe very liberal patrouage he has received
for the last 21 year, he hopes by strict attention to
F-.bu.ibCse- with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
8icsLI2..A'. - 1 wHtrauts his werk- to be
tilt.- T.ler -tTfr T Nil C ii - i 1 , ,
. in each branch of the business. "His work will compare
; favorably with aa made ia the United States, for uefct
ness and durability.. . :
He is deterimn-d to sell scad do any work in ftl Fine
j on as good terms as any work done elaewherc that Is as
; Weil done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
. stock of CARRIAGES, UAKOUCHB3, ROCKAWaVS,
AND BUGGIES, ever ottered in this place, and a very
; large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual Cutorrt
ors. x-Vlle has on hand more than ONK HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles Bnihed and iu course of con
t -?2?"A1I work made bvhim is warranted 12 months
I wi.ii fair usage, and should it fail by l ad workmanship 1
or material will be repaired free of chaf ge.
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine fo themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short, notice and OU very rea
Favelteville. Oct 1. 1856.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
J'oj C tl s- ,m Siiort Time,
25 Cusrlarres, Barouches,
ROCKAVA YS & BUGGIES of every itrstriptian,
Mai.y of -v-hirh. are finirhed. an-? the balance being
fi.ii-h.v'! u.':iy: among which are many rtetfi and
hra-;;ul tt.yies, !nd one veru firm Carriage. Sora
side in the best manner
My facilities for doing '
av:,e. f v..,r;v a-e grt-itcr than any estalishmnt
j -'o'-'th and I can a.Tor-l and atn determined to sell work
1 of fhe beat quh'.ity as low as it cau be built for by"
j a n y ono.
I . -- Those who are indebted to me will pleace pay
my ousiuess requires my out-standing dents to be
A. A. McKETHaN.
o, 1856. tf
STARR & WILLIAMS.
ARE now rlceiving their SPRING STOCK, compris
ing a complete and general assartment of
Co;jis, siiits, Bonnets, Boot,
Which will be offered to th- Wholesale trade for Cash,
or on me usual time to prompt buyers. Those owing !
""teh au.i accounts past c.ie v,-ill please make itnine
B. S PAR It.
March Id. i 857
McLauriti fc Stransre will nar thu his-h l
-t cash price for Turpentine until further notice.
i-, ..l " . '
Kept. 3. lcoG. 68-tf
(Joods at Violcssle.
and Merchants generally, that they have received a
part ami expect to receive the balance of their recent
purchases in a few days. Their Stock will be raueb
larger and more complete than they have ever offered,
i . r. . . . J
unbracing a general assortment of
Uclrdtcctrcand Cutlery, Hollow Ware,
cis.ddlcry, Shoes, Leather, tj-c,
All of w ntch have been bought by-one of the firm ex -
press.lv for the Wholesale Trade. Their terms wilt be
a,- heretofore, on tbe usual time to prompt dealers,
- ' - - . . v . . M.OCVUUII Will JZ
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
Fayetteville. Aug, 13. 1856. 11-tf
J. S. BANKS,
C0.1I3IISSIOA" ASD FORWARDIKO
January 1, 185G. ly-pd
PORTABLE STEAM EXGINE II OLDER,
S. K. corner 15M and HamiJtfin xts., Phietd., Pa.
Portable Steam Engines, on larga wheels, with" a
lonaue lor a team to oe attached-to move them about
These engines have two cylinders, making 10 to 30
JS mfl?ittr0mTLZ S
nave been in useseven years, and in every instance
have givengeneral satisfaction. Descriptive circulars
will be sent when applied for.
J K. i
BOOTS & SHOES-
We have received a large twrtion of ouf
Consisting af a general assortment of
Gents-. Ladles'T Boys'. Muses' and Children's Boots,
(.iait-ers. au-1 Shot's, embracing a variety of styles and'
qualities, with a gnuc-ral assortment of Servants' Shoes, j
Of ti i.e.
Fie. eg e.:.: 'ti i'Fe'r k is; Lasts.
A-c-., ..vnieb va , rter chca n for Cfth i
T. IIA1VLKV & SON.
iflHO' IsOOJiS. I
tOW Lave just receibed a
cted Stock of
Amongt which win be found every variety and style '
of goods called for in their line of trade. Their Stock
is targe ami (tesirooie. and win oe utsposea oi ai soort
profits to Cash or prompt paying customers.
A. JOHNSON, Jr.
100 Bushels Corn in 2 husliel bns.
For sale by V. A. WILEY, 5
Airil 11- 45-4 1
At a regular ineel ing of the Corn-
missioned of the Town of Faycjterille. held at their
Ofnce this dav. 7 o'clock, p. m:. April 4th, 1857.
Mes rs A. M. Campbell, c. E. Lecte. and s w. Til-
in -hast, were elected Auctioneers for the Town.
The following Taxes were assessed, viz: for ordinary
purposes. One Dollar on the Poll and Fifty Cents on
every SI Od valuationof Real Estate; for Rail Road
purposes. One Dollar on the Poll, and Seventy-five '
Cnts fln everv $100 valuation of Real Estate, I
Apr.iii, " -3t I
as 'j rct s
;EX' JOHNSON S: Ci
compiet-- a;, well s. 1
A Leafrri SeHlWoy-- M ili tit fcdt.
loafer Folilnqnisetli! Let's .see; where cfS If
This is coal I'm laying o. .HowM ! pit llcrcT.
f teitrcfwj M---' .J iiCJS,ig ' f ftmitfg Bp - - ;
met a wUeH)arrow, fvlYovtif
tTcr tlic wTieei-barro aial oi'ie on us "fell 111" "
the cellar; don't mintl w!ii-li iiow gn'e!? if nmsf
l?ert me; I am a nice man, ijc, I am tore,
tight, Bhot, drunk! Well I can't help it; 'taint
my fault; wonder hose f.uilt 'tis. Is Jones'
faalt? No. Is it my wife's fault 'f,9. JJo-o,
It's the wheelbarrow's fault! Has ho a !
family? Got many relations! All poor I
reckon! I think I won't own hira any more.
I'll cot his acquaintance I've had that no
tion abont ten yeafs and always hated to do it
for fear of hiirtiti' his feelings I'll do it new .
I think. Liquor is injnrin' me. It's a Rpoilin
my temper. Sometimes I get mad, when I'm
drunk, and abuse Bctz ntid tiie brats it used
to be Lizzie and tiie children that's some time
0; I cad just mind, when I n3ed to come otf
evening and she used to pin her arms round my
neck and kiss and Call me her dear William
When I come home now she takes her pipcf
out of her mouth, and puts her hair out of her
eyes and looks at me and says gomethin' like
Iiiil, you drunken brtfte! 6hnt the door after
you: we're cold enough, havin' no fire, 'thont
lettin' the snow blow in that way. Yes she's
BetZ and I'm Dill now, I 'aint a good Bill
nuther think I am a counterfeit; won't pass
tatern 'thout goin in and gettin a drink. Don't
know what Bank I'm on shouldnt wonder if 1
was on wild cat bank- the Atlanta Bank of
Milledgeville, or Merchants Bank of Macon 1
feel rather wild laat Sunday I was on the
river" bank drunk.
I stay pretty late now, sometimes I'm out ell
night, fact is I'm ortt, pretty ivuch all over .
. r r -i . x p 1 . . . i .1. . 1 1 .
i out oi lrienufij oiti oi poenei out at me eioow
I and knees, and always outrageously dirty, so
Betz says--but then she's no judge, for she's
i never clean herself. I wonder why she don't
I wear Li-ood clothes mav be she lias'nt irot 'eftl
1 p...i4. .i. t..:.. i. u
wuuse taunt s iiiuo xuuit liniie 11, iuul uv
whiskey's. Sometimes Irm in, however: I'm
intoxicated now, and in somebody's coal cellar.
There's one good princi pie I've Ot I won't
, g ,n debt; I never could do it. 1 iicre, one of
' my coat tails is one--r0t tore tf I 'fipect
j f - ,, , ? 7... . .
i wisen i lew aown nere--l II I tive to get a new
! - .... . . . .
suit soon, A fellow told me tne other flay I'd
make a good sign for a paper tui'l- it' he wns'nt
so big I'd a licked him. I've had this shirt Oil
for nine days, an d I'm Hfthi.I it won't t.ome off
'thout tariu. People ought to respect me mor
limn lw. y f. I'irt in linll.lieir.t,).K 1 flill'f.
; , , . , , in
a dandy, though my clothes are nenily all
! ereafieiait Sttle. I guess I tore this window
shutter in my pants, behind, the other night,
when i sat dowt on the wax in Ben Strujrg's
nhnp, I'll have to get it memded np or I'll
catch cold I ain't very stout as it is, though
I'm so fall in the face, as the boys say I'm
'bout as fat as a match and as healthy as the
small po. My best hat standin' guard for a
winder paine that Went out the ot) ef niornin'
at the invitation of a brick bat. It's gettenf
cold down here j wonder how I'll get out I
aint able to climb. If I had a drink I could
' think better---Ws SC e 1 hunt 1 three cents
i 1 5 a taver, I coohi .ponge one,
When anybody treats, and says "come up id
lers,' I always think ray name's fellers, and Vr
got too good manners to refuse. Well, I most
leave this, or they'll arrest me for an attempt
at burglary I ain't come to that yet, anyhow.
It wa 'the wheel barrow dons the barm, and
How TO StKVE A StBKSfiA.
cf tnc y y,, KeWS gives the following aCCOQnt
of a novel expedient resorted to by a Bpng Of
iV, law nir Opfipspe: "A law suit was tor
come ot! in town, and youtig Spooney, engaged
I to subpoena witnesses.
iinpassable on account
The roads were almost
t!te uittd, and two of
: the-witnoRsos lived- 501110 tnree or lour miles
away. A bright idea struvk lus muddy pate,
and forthwith was acted opon. He sat down
and wrote each a letter stating that a sum of
! money was deposited in his hands, which they
) onuld hv hv oullinrr tnon him. Thev called
and got a subpoena and 12 1 2 cents cacht
Kffmor says there was profane language used ii
that vicinity about that time.
Mr Tex Broeck astoxishiso the atTvrS.
Thi olekrtprl tnrfman rnndiift fl ronont.lv
in uh. Cftfria"-e. .i-hlhor.sM. tw bro.t.
' , '
ilia rupiu ruief up auu uu w u inc iiarfoir siip-
pery streets of Florence, in a manner" that so
affrighted the police, that they waited ftpoi
him with a prohibition to limit himself for the?
- . . - ,- '
r,nre tofomr horses, as royalty itself nevir as-
pired to mote than 8ix, eveft W)tb the aid of
Tt. -j f v ro 1' i .,
Thefe re 8a,d t0 be 459 ha On th?
AtlanUc coast of th U. Siata,'