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THE VIOLETS
While with a cool delicious sound,
Silver-blue the river wound
At the curve a village stands,
Like a little, timid child
Clinging with its baby hands,
While the water pulses beat
Softly round its naked feet!
In a purple haze of thought,
Watching where the river shone,
Sweetest odors round my head
By a fresher breeze were blown.
In my miud thiswise I said: -
Tender perfumes haunt the air!
Souls of bine forget-me-nots,
Ileliotroper and lilies dead!
.Ghosts of last year's roses rare!
Thiswise said ; then, unaware, ;.
Prest a tuft of grass aside:
Never thinking in such nests ., . .
Knots of violets often hide!
There they nestled; meekest flowers
Ever wooed by April showers,
- As a maiden in her bosom
Will conceal Lye's beauteous blossom,
While sweet words and ways unbidden,
Half reveal where it is hidden;
Thus the maiden spring doth hold
Treasures iu her mantle's fold; ' .as
rrl .rVi r crime wi lld-"""
I UU9. ujajliapi " . - , l 1
-xpash the emerald scarf aside-
There the tremulous violets dwell!
CHIUPAGSE ROSE.
Lily on liquid roses floating
So floats yon foam o'er pink champagne
Fain would I join sueh pleasant boating,
And prove that ruby main,
And float away on wine!
Those seas are dangerous, grey-beards swear
Whose sea-beach is the goblet's brim:
And true it is, they drown old care;
But what care we for him,
So we but float on wine I
And true it is, they cross in pain
Who sober cross the Stygian ferry;
But only make out Styx champagne,
And we shall cross right merry,
Floating away on wine!
Old Charon's self shall make him mellow,
Theu gaily row his boat from shore;
While we and every jovial fellow
Hear, unconcerned, the oar
Tbat dpa iWf ticwin!
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL.
WM. K.. BLAKE, A. !f Principal.
James H. Coi.tox, a. B., Professor of Mathematics
and Ancient Languages.
Fbik2 J. IIa.uk., r -r T .. .. ,
Miss Lilias McDaniei., ) A8sietant Mu8ie Teachers.
Mrs. Ella L. Blake. f
Mrs Emilie Colton, Assistant In Literary department.
Miss Lizzie Hatcheli Drawing and Painting.
Mrs Margaret E. Horne, Prepatory department.
Mrs Sarau A. Leete, Governess.
The Fall Session of this Institution will commence
on the Frst Monday in October, and continue twenty
weeks. It is highly important that all Students
seouia be present ai me opening oi the session, as
clashes are then organized and new studies com
me need.
The ample arrangements and facilities of the Insti
tut.ion anoru to young ladies an opportunity to com
plete a thorough, practical, as well an accomplished
education. In the government of the School, salutary
aiscipnne ana aue restraint win he constantly entorc
cd. Great care will be taken to prevent the formation
of improper habits ; to develope the judgment ; to
encourage industry and punctuality; and to cultivate
ii - - , .
an occasions propriety oi deportment. The Koard
ing Department will continue under the direction of
Mrs toarah A Leete, a lady of experience and eminent
ntness tor the position. Her tenderness and solicitude
lor the comfort of the vounar ladies, and hr watchful
regard for the feelings of all, have gained her univer
sal iavor.
TERMS. FOR SESSION OF 20 WEEKS.
Board, including washing, lights, fuel, rooms.
t -r-"' t - $70 00
Tuition in Primary Department, lo 00
" a Academical " $12 50 and 15 00
r ... ""'"e . " . . 15 00
uiu, ricu, ausic, ramtmg. Drawing, Ac., at
iu? uKuai prices.
For further particulars apply to
WILL. K. BLAKE, Principal,
or E. J. LILLY, Pres't of Board.
August 1, 1837. 61.6t
The following valuable real estate, the property of
L. C. Hall dee'd. is offered for sale and consists of the
following tracts :
That desirable place known as Rome. rnntn.In Inn-
acres with all the improvements. This
ltire or divided,jto suit purchaser?,
nest business stands in
to those wishing to
vaold
4-
" "ene-
A. A. JMcBLetHan
Respectfully!
bum up large nnAening Carriages
Old tana, --natronage he bu f eeeived
Thankful for the very liberal patron g attention to
r last Zl venre, - . - .
. -joa;P. ta rive eausiacnu, w -business,
with a desuet give te work tobe
continuance oi tne-- experienced workmen
made of the best mater ial ana y f- wiUcomparc
tn eachbrancnoiuT.v:7. - forneat-
favorably witn any iu -
ness and ourai.j. k ,n hig line
He is determineu w -! "I,' , . that ia as
on a, good ""T'iXtoiin
weH d?Z poi ifTS b Xrouches, rockaw a ys,
stock or CARRIAGES, BAKUUn o.
buuwm.-v- - wWhwillbe sold
Urge rtocfc onvorKnrLrr7-.--
very low tor casn, or uu . mTNDRED
erg S-He has on hand more than ONE HU W
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and iu course of con-
trSr"ll work made byhim is warranted 12 months
witafr usage, and should it tf"
or material will be repaired free of .charge. - .
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
e"m,Ln! fvTni ved and promptly attended to.
V"""" t notice and on very rea-
Kepainng eiecmcu
sonable terms. j
Fayetteville, Oct 1. 1858. r
FOR. SAI.ES
AT REDUCED PRICES,
por CASH or on Short Time,
250 Carriages, Baionches,
ROCKAWAYS & BUGGIES of every description,
r i,:.'.r finished, and the balance being
finished dailv: among which are many new
and
beautiful styles, and one vei
' t ' Tk i,jt materials.
nn1 nni rt fine .Carriag e-SgSSS
jay ""1
ill"! . Ih.n KWV
Carriage work n(,tprmrned to sell work
man
south andl can auoru buiU for b
, of fhe best quality as iu o
any one. !n,iPbted to me will please pay
WThose who are indebted to me will P lease Pay
pa- inose : J . ,y out-standing debts to be
, as my business require- "J e-t?tw aV
tin as m
coiiccteu. w 10
tf
NOTICE.
McLaurin & Strange will pay the high
est cash price for Turpentine until limner nonce
Sent. IM.it. jo-h
r
J. S. BANKS,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
January 1, 1856. ly-pd
STARR & WILLIAMS.
DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
WE irA now reeeivinsr a vcrv larce ? K, em
hrf;nr ovorv thino- in the Drv Goods with
TTt Pans Tlonts. Shoes. Silk ana w
--- J v j 7 -- w
Bonnets, Umbrellas, and Ready
Made Clothing, &c.
Which they will sell CHEAP for Cash or approved
Nntea. at WHOLESALE only. We invite Mer
chants visiting this market to examine our stock.
J. B. STARR. J. M. WILLIAMS.
Aug. 30, 1856. 913-tf
.r. c. poe,
DEALER IX
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, A5D
Ready-Made Clothing.
Particular atteition paid to Ladies' Dress
. "w,iw.mL Trimmings.
HAY STREET, FAYETTEVICLE,"m.' C7
Noveniber3d. If 56. tf
W. OVER BY,
AND HARNESS
SADDLE
MAKER,
old customers of Houston and Overby, that he still
continues to carry on the Saddle and Harness making
qusiness in all it various branches, at the old Stand ot
Houston and Overby, where he will be happy to fur
nish them wih any article which they may need in his
Liine.
Strict attention paid to Repairing. -t
W. OVERBY.
Jan'y. 2. 1837 6-m
D. W. C. BENBOW, D. D. S.,
Graduate of the Baltimore College ot
DENTAL SURGERY.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 1 P. It
" 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
services of a Dentist are respectfully invited to call.
All operations performed upon the latest and most
approved plans. To those in need of Artificial Teeth.
ne wouki simpiy say tnai ne is oeninu in no improve
ment, lie inserts irom one to an entire set upon fine
Gold or Platina plate, which he guarantees to be
equally as serviceable as the natural organs.
He spends nine months of each year in this place.
lirnin disc oi uctooer to me nrsc oi July.)
Oct. 25, 1856. 21-tf
DISSOLUTION.
DRS. McSWAIN McDUFFIE have this day dis
solved copartnership by mutual consent.
Dr McSwain will attend to settlements and collec
tions for the firmT
Dr. McDuflie will continue to occupy the former
office.
H. McSWAIN. WM. C. McDUFFIE.
Nov. 1, 1856. 22-tf
FERGUSON'S
C0L0RTYPE, IIELAIffOTYPE & AXBROTYPE R0OHS.
Over Bkaslt & Houston's Jewelkt Stobe.
POSITIVES TAKEN ON GLASS J-
ON MEL.USOTYPE OR '
SHEET IRON PLATE.
"So come along without delay.
And get a picture that will pay."
c lures lateen in clear or cloudy weather.
30-tt
power of At-
ed to make
enerally to
were I per-
. MOORE.
is making
roper, observance
ill go abroad, and
remain sober : some
le the great majority
8 are 1 ecoming to respec-
itizen?. Of course the
1 get their garments at
of Rockhill & Wilson,
hesnnt street, above
tf-58.
ONCE!
IT
Iral -STOCK OF
trade, consisting
g desirable in
to be
3
JO
the non t ii d a nor:
MORE NEW GOOD.
fTTlHE Subscriler is
receiving nis
-JJ. WINTER i STOCK,
consisting of
alraoC
thing in the way of
- i.' tr It U U MX i XO,
HARDWARE AJ1TJ' JIOLL O V-WA,
. ALSO " -"
Boots and Shoes, Saddleryish &c
Any of which he will sell cheap fop Cah, b'
Produce or on short time. Store recently oeev
Troy & Marsh, near the Dobbin Houb;
- Oct. 18. - ' y -L
: FOR SALE. " y,
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND
from Fayetteville, lying directly c
Plank Road, and on each side orE
of the best Turpentine sections .m v
convenient improvements for . '
small corn mill on a never i
rate sitnation for a Turpentine
Feb'y 9t185. . " " ir
, - a vt TT HAS'
It-
M h li IV- a large and
ment of BOOTS ; ," "JL, T
Satin and colored ; .Lad.e'and
of a new andbeauiuai - -
tide in his line. 7
Hia stock is cnoice uu.-w- crfnow":
if -i hnvers will find it to er of
fore purcnasiug nuv.-.
in streets. '
. .liMMwhnia ' I i
THE MAGNOLIA R
tw mv the Maernolia Tree
.tk uuiti of w :
Establishment, andr F. Tayw
ila oi.Amn
oBnosite the ShemweU Houbc, is the K
ltpnt of anv other establishment in the sou-
ns
wishing to nnu canaei wen imao . - it.
' . . - , . ,1 : . U in thl VI T A W
OW1
The subscriber would tate tnis memw aosing
the citizens of this place and the surrounding country,
for the unprecedented iiheraiuy mey uave owioweu
en him, and would solicit a connUon., Jz
He has always on nanatne v tiivx liiujuun,
WINES and CORDIALS, that can be found! in the
United States, either by tne quantity - or viner ise
Also, Cigars, Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, reserved
Fruits, Lemon Syrup, and many other goodl things,
nri flat tors himseii tnai lie nas me uiu F"rt vun-
elne. accomplished and FRANK, vender to attend to
his establishment, that can be found either irth or
cnnth. Temoerance drinks put upr , toe inortest
nntio. He would call attention-parwcuiarijiio nis
nrivate rooms np stairs, which are large, comBf table,
ani in o-nfiii oraer. - i
VaIIow Rnildinjr. Green St Foyetteville.K. C.
May 16; 1857. 50-tf
Bar grains! BarfiTfilns!!
T am now selling offmy entire- stock bfvGfds at
Cost. The stock is large ana wen seiecicu, collating
in part of Muslins. Tissues. tsarages,--'Bruiiniees,
Rolies, Black and Colored Silks, assorted. Tlrether
with n. ireneral assortment of DrefS .Trimming Rib
bons, Gloves, Hosiery, assorted. 'ALSO, forieatle
men Cloths, Cassimeres, DeTa's, and Linens, ported
with a general Stock of e 1 "
READY MADE CLOTHING! r
And Hats, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, &d sc
The'mosl of the above Coods sire new aid will
all be sold positively at cost for Cash, & order
to close the business of , . ,
J. J. MOClE,
June 6, 1857. 53-tf
Surviving P:
tncr.
FREIGHT HKD PASSESCER MiE BE.
TWEES WlkailNCSrON &, FAITETTICVII.IE.
Steamer Magnolia, leaves Fayetieville on Monday and Thurs"
S morning. 15 minutes after sun-rise.
J-cwUiington on Tueeuay and Friday mornings.
Steamer Fanny Lutterloh. leases Fayetteville on Tuesday
and Friday mornings. 15 minutes after san-riae. -
Leaven Wilmington Wednesday and 'Saturday mornings
Both carryiug Freight and Passengers. ...
Steamer Rowan, with full sets of Lighters, runs regularly
carrying Freight only. ' , , ,
I i iiim i n in mi i 1 1 n well
known to require comment.
To our matrons we tender our thinks for V erv liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed, and can assure all shippers that
no efforts will be spared in future, and feel confident that onr
facilities for despatch are equal if not superior to any line ou
Lpc tear ItlTer. W.- r. ELLIOTT.
Agent forLutterloh & Co.
21-tf t
FayetteTille.N. C, Oct.25.1856
4 :
NOTION, 'l
Persons indebted to Jas. C. McEachiiT as Guardian
of the heirs of John Morrison, dee'd, ae hereby .re
spectfully informed, that said guardian Vas in a great
majority of instances endorsed and traisferred their
notes to the undersigned. Also, that ov urgent ne
cessities, apart from the requirements olthe endorser,
compel us to collect as speedily as possiffle. All thise
indebted will therefore oblige us, and tjemselves too.
by paying up immediately. We must and will sue
where the money is not forthcoming.
A. D. MORRISON.
J. M. MORRISC
, N. A. MORRISOJf.
Laurinburgh, N. C March 7, 1857. 40-if
NOTICE.
The Copartnership of Sorles & Adams, andtR
Adams & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con&nt.
June 2d. 1857. ; ; " tt. A. ADAMS.
, WJ1.8. SURLES
June2 3m -,. . v , " :
I.X9IE AND CEMEJIT.
J ast received and for sale
250 Casks Lime, fresh from the kiln,
100 .Barrels Cement
50 " Calcined Plaster, ' v
300 Bushels Plastering Hair,
75 Barrels Mackerel and Herring, '
300 Sacks Liverpool Salt
200 " Alum Salt; 2 busIM Sacks. "
J. i. POWERS.
Oct. 27, 1856.
JPulllic
3 I ? . A
To the
The subscriber has on hand a - good v assortment of
UOOTtS, JSHOtS A2iD
X ITERS
Also, Clothing, Furnishintr Goods
tats of all kinds,
Trunks, Valices, and Travelling Bags)
All of which
ne win sen tow ior cash, in order to c
ent stock. Persons in want of Goods
jsenut his pres-
in nis line win
do well to give him a call.
BiJANDT.
P Johnson'
-Jnne. 27. 2m - - J
FOR SALE.
HeTv 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetinr.
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, NoSlo' I0.f
. ALSO, . :
Belt,-Picker, Roller and Lace LEAfCTtS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings, i ,
Winter strained, Sperm, Lard and linseed Oils.
Shuttlie's Isingglass, French Glue, -Craory, Roller
. Cloth and Glass Steps. j
J. n. HALL, Pre UJ.'C.M.Co.
July 26, 185. - . 4i
w. h. T u it l. i sxrro Nr
iMnerai vommuuan Her,
. NORTH WATER , CTS
.. Wilmington,
Will give personal attention to the' -
all consignments of Naval Stor
produce, and any other bnainets t
will be promptly attended to.-
April 18. 1857. y-.A.'.iy . $
",ipmenfxf
country"
B. P. PEABCE d
DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DYDC3DS
HATS, CAPS, iBOOTS, , AND SHOES? '
. Umbrellas' and Ready-Made Clothing -'
HAY STREET,- . .
jFlTETTETlLLE I.
. P. PKARCE.
Ant. 1st,
FBABCS, JB
- . 61-tf
10,000 lbs. Tallow Wanted,
For which the highest cash price will be mud.
Oct. 1. 1856.
A. U. CAMPBELL
F At ET TE VILCEi,f tl.; Gi
ABVEflTISEWEWTS.
ritJigniy important iu iticiiueis,
hi JUtquor Mercliants and Wliole-
- . sair urocers.
tZXtmJfatcAltiangcT's Flavorings to Produce at a
;t Tubmen I's notice, every desired Liquor.
SierwBdeTsijmed has lately made great improve-
V--'1 this branch of business. The Flavorings are
;x y la packages of 5, 10, and 40 Gallons, and re--SHitttae
addition of Pure Spiris, either 1st or 4th
if, iod Liquors, snch as Cognac, either dark er
n: flolland and English Gin. Jamaca and St Croix
m MnnnnrroV.la TTniirhon. Irish and Scotch Whis-
"ri'Annle; Peach I Cherry and Raspberry Brandy,
rt and MadeHa Wines will be instantly produced
tmnirmnnstni bnt an addition of a-eood spirit,
ajr 50 gallons to each gallon of the reppeetive. Flavor
ing.' - The best Cognac OiUgreen yellow and white, war
nuitWI frennine. as low as anv other importer charges
for the resnective Quality. ' '
Essences of every Liquor. Extract of Cognac, 1 lb.
of which nroduces 200 gallons of Cognac.
Raw Whiskey may by Dr F's age and body prepara
tion, be made emootb witn Dut a tnnmg expense.
. The price or f lavorings are extremely moaeraie
and directing in fall supplied by
Chemist and Ihjporter of Drugs, Essential Oils and
vV-Metalg4terreotype and Photographic Chemicals,
""-O t-aiden Lane, New York.
.1857, - . - 6m.
fiTTrni?
Ii WtlUL,
iyi DR. WM. YOirWG
" vej1 Guide r Young's Great Physiological
The Pocket JEsculartius, or everir one
:htewnf UoctoTfrby Wm. Young, M. D.
It is written In plarfc-iangnag" for the general reader
and is lllustiated with upwards of One Hundred en
era vinzs. All young married people, or those con
templating marriage, and having the least impedimeut
to married life, shonld read this book. It discloses
secrets that every one should be acquainted with: still
it is a book that must be kept locked up, and not lie
about the house. It will be sent to any one on the
receipt of twenty five cents. Address
, . Uli. VVJl. IUUJMU,
125 Spruce St., above Fourth,
' Philadelphia, Pa.
t April 18, 1857. ly
THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OI
YOUTH AND MATURITY.
Jat PubltsUed, Gratis, the OtU ThooFand
A FEW WOBUS ON TUB -RATIONAL TREAT
sent, without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea o
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, Gen
ital an Nervous Debility, Impoteucy, and Impedi
ments to Marriage generally.
BY B. DE LANET, M. D.
f Via tmnmfan flt that t.TA TT1 !1 H V 'A 1
le many alarming com-
prudence and solitude of
nlaints. oricinating in the im
AUG IlllllUl (au luiv uuu.
vouth. mav be easily removed without Medicine, is in
this small tract, 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
mostrums of the day.
Sent to any address, gratis and post free in a sealed
envelope, by remitting (post paid) two postage stamps
to Dr. B. De Lanet, 17 Leonard Street, N. Y. City.
Dec. 13. 1856. 28-ly
GENUINE PREPARATION
of
HIGHLY C0XCESTR1TED COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BICHl.
For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel,
Dropsy, Weakness, Obstructions, Secret
Diseases, Female Complaints, and all
Diseases of the Sexual Organs,
Arising from Excess and Imprudence in life, and re
moving all Improper Discharges from the Bladder,
Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing iu
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever cause they may have originated, and
no matter of how long standing; giving Health aui
i',!(rnr til)?? .ftyj-Pj0-..11 blooin totlis Pallid Cheek.
JOYTUTllE AFFt rnTVTi m
It cures Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and re
moves all the Symptoms, among which will be found
Indisposition
to Exertion, Loss of
Power, Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of Breathing, Gen
4 ? eral Weakness, Horror of Dis
ease, Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Dreadful Horror of Death, Night
Sweats, Cold Feel, Wakefulness, Dim
ness of Vision. Languor, Universal Las
situde of the Muscnlar System, and often
Enormous Appetite, with Dyspeptic Symptoms
Hot Hands. Flushing of the bodyv Dryness of
the Skin, Palled Countenance and Erup
tions on the Face, Pain in the Back,
Heaviness of the Eyelids, frequedtly
Black Spots Flying before the Eyes,
With Temporary Suffusion and
Loss of Sight. Want of Atten
tion, Gleat Mobility, Rest-
lessness, wun iiorror
" of Society.
' Nothing is more desirable to such Patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more Dread
for Fear of Themselves; no Repose
of Manner, no Earnestness, no
Speculation, but a Hurried
Transitiefc; from one
question to an
. - other. ,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on whieh this
medicine invariably removes soon follows Loss of
Power, Fatuity and Epileptic Fits in one of which
me paiieni may expire, w ne can say that these ex
ercises are not frequently followed by these direful
diseases Insanity and Uousnmption? The records of
the Insane Asylums, and the melancholy deaths by
nousuuipwou, uear aiupie wituess 10 me trutu ot these
assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy
-i a mi i . . . . y
exniuuiou appears, xne countenance is actually sod
1 ' 1 "i . -i ;xt . . - . i . T.
aen vuu quiK uranium nciiuer juirm or tiriet ever
visits it. Should o sound of the voice occur, it is rarely
arucuiaie.
, "With woeful measures wan despair
" Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.'
Debility is most terrible! and has brought thou
sands upon thousands to untimely graves, thus blast
ingthe ambition of many noble youths, It can be
cured by the use of this INFALLIBLE REMEDY.
- If you are suffering with any of the above distressing
:t x x i. t:m : .i I'.i t t , . &
ntiiiieuts, hic tiam nAnaci. ouuua win cure you, iry
it and be convinced of its efficiency. Beware of Qnack
iiesirnm. ana aacK Doctors, who falsely boast of
abilities and references. Citizens know and avoid
nosnrf.
opuiar and
Specific Remedy.
It allays all pain and inflamation, is perfectly plea-
tail iu :u imic nuu uuui , uut iiuuieuiate in its action.
- Heliiiboltl's Extract Buclm
Is prepared directly according to the Rule of Pharma
cy and Chemistry, with the greatest accuracy and
Chemical knowledge and care devoted in its combina
tion. " See Prosessor Dewees' Valuable Works on the
Practice of Physic, and most of the late Standard
Works of Medieine.
One hundred Dollars will be paid to any Physician
who can prove that the Medicine ever injured a Pa
tient; and the testimony of thousands can be produced
to prove that ii does great good. Cases of from one
week to thirteen-years' standing have been effected.
The mass of Voluntary Testimony in possession of
the Proptietor, Vouching its virtues and curative pow
er?, is imeose, embracing, names well known to
Science and Fame.
100,000 Bottles have been Sold and not a single
instance -of a failure has been reported!
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn does say, that his preparations con
tains no Narcotic,, Mercury or injurious Drug, but are
purely Vegetable.
H. T. HELMBOLT). Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No
vember, 1854 W. P. HIBBARD, Alderm'n
PRICE: $1 per Bottle, or Six for S5 DHirered to
rany Address, accompanied by reliable and responsible
uertiucateB irum t roiessors ot Medical Colleges, Cler
gymen and others. Prepared and sold by
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist.
52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut, Assembly
Baiadtags, Phila.
-Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's.
Take no other. Cures Guarantied.
June 13, 1&57. 1
J "r
inilllllUJ
IR. W. U MOSBLEY'S
Griffin, Ga., 1856.
All persons afflicted with Cancer,
Tumors, Wens, Scrofula, Scald-Head,
Tetter. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Otorrhceo
Ulcers of all kinds, together with all
other chronic diseases, can avail themselves ot Ur.
Mosely's services at Griffin, ua. umce on 8th st.
jBggrTERMS: AH persons are required to
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
with references. No case will be undertaken
nnless it can be cured or admit of relief. My
mode of practice in Cancer and Cancerous affec
tions, is without the use of the knife or caustic,
aud is both local and constitutional, causing:
but very little pain, in most cases. ; All cases
of CANCER are required to bo under mv
immediate care and supervision from one to
six weeks. Communications strictly Brivate
and promptly answered. Address W. R.
Mosely, M. D., Griffin,' Ga.
SCIRRIIIIS BREAST XIX BE CURED!!!
: LET THE PUBLIC READ.
In mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high
opinion 1 eutertain of Dr Moseley, as a Surgeon and
1'hysician; 1 deem it my duty to mention the case of
my wire, hoping at the same time that all persons simi
larly afflicted may be benefitted by it. In the fore
part of this year, my wife had several small lumps to
make their appearance in her breast ; they continued
to increase in size, until the whole breast became a
diseased mass, and very painful. I procured the best
medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding
the earnest and faithful attention of the most skilful
physicians, she continued to grow worse and worse
until they gave the case up as incurable, and advised
amputation. I was advised by many of my friends, to
visit Dr. W. R. Moseley, of Griffin, Ga.,' which I did,
ami, astonishing as it may seem, he had her entirely
cured within one month! and she is now in good
health!! I would advise all who are afflicted with Scir
rhus and Cancerous affections, to visit the Doctor with
out delay, as I am satisfied by experience and obser
vation, that he is the most skilful physician in the
Southern States," in the treatment of that horrible dis
easeCancer WM. II. MITCHELL,
M. E MITCHELL,
Daughter of J. W. Bradbury, Rome.
June 20, 1857. ly
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR,
Circulation, over 100,000 Copies
Weekly I
25 WiTxNESSES, or the
FOR G E II CONVICTED.
JOHN S
Who has had 10
DYE IS THE AUTHOR,
years experience as a Banker and
Publisher and Author of a series of Lectures at the
Broadway Tabernacle when for It) successive nights,
over 50,000 People", greeted him with Rounds
of Applause, while he exhibited the manner in which
Counterfeiters execute their Frauds, and the surest and
dh0Ptest means of detecting them!
The Bank Note Engravers all say that he is the
greatest Judge of Paper Money living.
GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
PRESENT CENTURY FOR DETECTING
COUNTERFEIT BASK NOTES.
Describing every Genuine Bill in existence and ex
hibiting at a glance every Counterfeit in Circulation !!
Arranged so admirably, that reference is easy and
detection instantaneous. No index to examine ! No
pages to hunt up ! But so simplified and arranged,
that the Merchant, Banker and Business Man can see
at a glance.
English, Fkkxcii axd Germax.
Thus each may read the same in his own native
Tongue.
Most perfect Rank Note List published.
Also, a List of all the Private Bankers in America.
A complete summary of the Finance of Europe and
America will be published in each edition, together
with all the important Mews or the day. Also, a series
of tales from an old manuscript found intlhe East- It
turnishes the most complete history ot
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describing the most perplexing positions in
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JOHN S. DYE, Broker,
Publisher and proprietor, 10 Wall Street,
jew lork.
April 25, 1851. ly.
PROSPECTUS
OF THE
SOUTHERN' LITERARY MESSENGER
For the Year. 1856. July to December.
TWESTY.THIRD VOLUME.
Iii issuing the Prospectus of the Twenty-Third Vol
ume of the SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER,
commencing with the July No., the Proprietors rely
solely on the encouraging letters and promises of the
friends of the Messenger to aid them in extending its
circulation, and they beg to assure the public that no
exertions will be remitted on their part to maintain
the high character of the work, and to challenge the
patronage of all who value sterling literary merit.
For Twenty-One Years, the Messenger has endeavored
to reflect faithfully the Southern mind, while disdaining
all narrow and sectional views, and has been alone
among the monthly periodicals of America, in defence
of the PECULIAR INSTITUTIONS OF THE
SOUTHERN STATES. .
To this office it will be devoted, and will be prompt
to repel assaults upon the South, whether they come
under the specious garb of fiction, or in the direct form
of anti-slavery pamphlets. At this critical juncture,
while our enemies are employing literature as their
most potent weapons of attack, the Southern people
will surely not withhold their encouragement from a
work whose aim it shall be to strike blows in their de
fence .
The Messenger will, as heretofe, present its readers
with Reviews, Historical and Biographical
Sketches. Novels, Tales, Travels, Essays, Poems,
Critiques, and Papers on the Army, Navy and
other National Subjects.
With a view to ensure a larger circulation of the
MESSENGER, the Proprietors though they intend
greatly increasing the size of the work, have reduced
the price of Supscription, which is now only
Tbrec Dollars per. annum, In Advance)
OR FOUR DOLLARS IF NOT PAID BEFORE THE
FIRST OF JULY IN ANY YEAR.
?J-.-tu ii , ; i i..s . t .n,. -lol).m ia - ot,,..
letter, will be entitled to Six Copies.
The tentorial and Critical department of the Mes
senger wilt continue under the charge of
TOIIJV II. THOMPSON, Esq.,
And will embrace copious notes on current literature
and reviews of all new American or Foreign works of
general interest and value. The Editor's opinions will
oe always reariessiy ana nonestiy avowed.
The Business Department is conducted by the under-
sigueu, tu wuuiu an cuiumuuiuations oi a business na
ture mustbe addressed,
MACFARLANE. FERGUSSON & CO.
Law Building, Franklin Street, Richmond, Va.
June 1, 1856.
Homestead Fox $10!
SECOND DIVISION.
$310,000 worth of Farms and Building Lots
In the Gold Region of Culpepper County. Virginia
to be devided amongst 10.200 subscribers, on the 13th
of April, 1857." Subscriptions only ten dollars each
one half down, the rest on the delivery of the Deed'
Every subscriber will get a Building Lot or a Farm
ranging in value from 10 to $25,000 These Farms
and Lots are sold so cheap to induce settlements a
sufficient number being reserved, the increase in the
value of which will compensate tor the anDarent low-
price now asked.
A Company ot settlers called "The Racnahannock
Pioner Association," is now forming and will com
mence a settlement in the spring. Anmle seenritv
will be given for the faithful performance of contracts
and promises.
a3?M ore Agents are wanted to obtain snbscribers.
to whom the most liberal indncements will be riven.
Advertising will be done for every Agent wsere possi
ble. For full particulars, Subscriptions, Agencies,
ic, Apply to E. BAUDER.
1'ort Hoy at, Caroline co., Va.
March 21,1857.. ly
SCOTT & CO'S:
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AND THE
FAUMER'S GUIDE.
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OF THE LATTER PUBLICATION.
L. SCOTT & CO., NEW YORK, continue to pub
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2
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3
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5
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political parties of Great Britain Whi, Tory, and
Radical, but politics forms only one feature of their
character. As Organs of the most profound writers
on Science, Literature, Morality, and Religion, they
stand, as they everAave stood, unrivaled in the world
of letters, being indispensible to the scholar and the
professional man, while to the inteligent 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
from any other source.
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ish publishers gives additional value to these Reprints
inasmuch as they cau now be placed in the hands of
subscribers about as soon as the original editions.
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For
any one of the four Reviews
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ror Blackwood and three Reviews
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ceived at par.
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Reviews and Blackwood for S30; and so ou.
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N. B. The price in Great Britain of the five
Periodicals above-named is about $31 per annum.
THE FARMER'S GLIDE.
To Scientilic and Practical Agriculture.
By Hunry Stephens. F. R. S., ol Edinburgh, and
the late J. P. Norton Professor of Scientific Agricul
ture iu Yale College. New Haven. 2 vols Royal
Octavo. 1000 pages, and numerous Wood and Steel
Engravings.
This is, confessedly, 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
Five Dollars for the two Volume 1 J
When sent by mail (post-paid) to California and
Oregon the price will be 7 dollars. To every other
part of the Union, and to Canada (post-paid 6 dollarp.
This work is not the old "Book of the Farm."
Remittances for any of the above publications f-hould
always be addressed post-paid, to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO.,
No. 54 Gold-street. New York.
HARllISOK'S COLUMBIAN
II A 1 It 1Y E.
SIZE ENLARGED, STYLE IMPROVED.
It has double tbe quantify and strength of any other.
a perfect natural color.
t rotors every sliade from light brown to Jet black,
lis use is easy and rapid.
It is perfectly harmless to tbe Skin.
Its ctlcet is instantaneous and permanent.
It is the best, quickest, cheapest, and safest dye ever
MADE.
fSDirections for use accompany each box.-te
Price loz. $1 ; 2 oz. $1 50 ; 4 oz. $3 ; 8 oz. $5
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the
year 1855, by A. W. Harrison in the Clerk's Oflice of
the District court of the U. S. for the Eastern District
of Penn.
For sale by JAS. F. FOULKES. Fayetteville N. C.
Manufacturer, APOLLOS W. HARRISON, No. 10
Sontli' 7th St., runnDELPHiA.
Feb. 21, 1857. ly
VEGETABLE AGUE OR ANTI-FEVER PILLS.
WE would call the attention of persons afflicted
with Chills and Fevers to this celebrated Pill, which
owes its popularity to no puffing, nor to long, windy
certificates but solely to its own merits as a remedy
which never fails to cure when taken according to
directions accompanying each box. This Pill unlike
many others, contains no mineral, nor any injurious
ingredient, and may be administered with perfect safe
ly at all times, to young ar old.
As a preventative against Chills, or any other type
of Fever, it is recommended as unsurpassed; and in
treatment of Fevers generally it is far superior to
Quinine, or any preparation of Peru vian bark. A trial
of its merits is all that is needed to insure it a favora
ble position in the estinietion of even tha most invet
erate opposer of Proprietary or Patent prescriptions.
CHAJIPIOJi'S ANTI-BILLIOUS PILLS.
Enjoy the reputation of being at least as good, if not
better, than any of the various catharic Pills of the
age, and are entirely free from all poisonous minerals,
or other injurious properties, and are highly recom
mended in Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Sick Head
ache, Sick Stomach, Habitual Costiaeness, Indigestion,
&c, and diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, and
Blood generally, they being by their composition
equally adapted to either of the above cases as a gen
eral cathartic, good at all times when such medicines
are required. We recommend them to the attention
of all persons. Prepared by
F. M. SWYER & CO.,
Belleville, Illinois.
Sold by S. J. Hinsdale, Fayetteville, N. C, and by
Agents in all the towns and villages in the Southern
and Western States.
AOZUVTS -WANTED.
Agents wanted in 'every town and hamlet in the
Southern States, where one is not already established
Address F. M. Swyer & Co.. Belleville, Illinois
accompanied with good reference to character and re
sponsibility, and your orders will be promptly filled by
return mail. F M SWYER fc CO.,
Proprietors, Belleville, Illinois.
June 13, 1857 em
ICaleigli Paper Mills
RAGS WANTED,
To be delivered at the Railroad Stations or at mv
warehouse in Raleigh, or they will be taken from the
different stores in the State. Merchants and othera
buying rags will please advise me when thev have
quantity on hand, or will send them to their nearest
Railroad station, as I can still afford to rav the high
est price in'cash on delivery from store or at Railroad
statin, either in bank bills, checks or Northern funds.
References. Cashiers of our Banks in Raleieh. and
the principal North Carolina and Virginia Merchants
o w. liENEDICT
N. B. Constantly on band paper suitable for Cot
ton Factories and newspaper wrappers. Cotton waste
wanted. , C. W B.
Raleigh, April 4, 1857. 6m,
A. L, ARCHAMBAULT,- .
portable: steam engine builder,
S. E. corner loth and Hamilton its., Philad., Pa.
Portable Steam Engines, on larga wheels, with n.
tongue for a team tobe attached to move them about
These engines have two cylinders, making 10 to 3Q
horsepower. Orders are filled in from 3 to 5 week?
Engines always on hand for sale. These engines
have been in useBeven years, and in every instance
have givengeneral satisfaction. Descriptive circulars
will be sent when applied for.
Jan. 10, 1857, J-tf
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