' 1 It-'
to . jews, v Political and "Business
and - ITamil
J-..-. ft t
I U JJL1CATION OFFICE,
IN if B Jfrs'jftb C E lS TH G
W.M. F. WIGI1T11 ..V, . Editor.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. Ct; SATUED.L
S::PTEMBiiR; 19;; 1857
ri y n i 1 r " - - i -" ' 1 1 '- - - -
t .l :
copy, if puid itvalvauee, per arirmnr;r'3a'tf
at (he eu.lot :inint'w, ' 2
. 44 at iHc vitd-ofri m uthH, 3 00
at t le isiil of Saie'v r, 6 5 i
crpuon wru !h; recej veil fur a
-ita thj Thivr r ;.t!n lii Hite circuliitiorx and eft
.lajtjia.,' vh-. uf iLusi of h: patr, tba proprietor -: of
fers tbo ToUowiii remarka'dr IoSp '7 '
!L (JJi IU TJ2 sl-urVARri BLV IJVAD VAJsTCE:
. 1 5 copies )f the Caroliinaii, 1 ycarr 38 00 i !
, :''vt; tr qr4VU5wU4,: less- or- tne. M?j
, -:,vA 3cositsi for evch jmbsuq'iient' insertion "riless'the I
ailvenU -m'nt Is puMished for more than two menthT
when if will le cha"r"d ' - . ' V "
'. Por three mo Uha, - ----- $4 00
'For ix months - - - - 6 00 "'..').-.
For tw -Ivc mo iths, - - - - - 10 00
All a'lvMTttscm.'rtts m'l-st have the desired nurnVr of in
ert"o iH -narked on th"tn, ortherwie they will be in
ert 'd till f.rb'd an 1 ch wed, accordingly. Special
attention i-directed to thii requisition.
WM. F. WIfiHTMAN & CO.
CI.KUKVT G. WllIGHT.
AUoruryiU Law, Fuyctt e'l lie, X C.
O'Tioe at the corner, of Uow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3. l&o(. I
J. A. SPM A !1S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTKVD th" Co urts of Carr.berlaud,
'.Vake and Johnston.
A Ure, Too;hcr, Harnett Co.
Fob. 10. 18.C.
A'tforney at liaw,
PU'ETTEV'ILt,p, JT, C ,
May b consulted at the Law Office of Jese Gi htp
'lieril. Iv.. Mi Green Street. - I
July 1K5C. 7-tf. j
ANDREW J. STEDMAX,
tloruey ut j
H iving removed to PITTSIJORO, N. C will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, .Moore and Harnett j
April 11, 183(5. tf
JOiS D.fl Tw:
A TTTORXEY AT LAW. .
' Rook'mnh im. Riclnio.id Cou.ity North Carolina,
...will practice in tha Courts-of, Uichuiond. Anson and t.
U().!)i. All bunnt'STentrusted tti-h'i "ca'w ''"Witl're- I
. j i r..i. ii i ." u I
cVive strict attention.
F HI 'S
Vcr of lii 1 1. ly" i o i 0 ip ; Ft- ir River tore,
i).v.'Ui.ii. U il i i-iM-ill i:i ir-t -rate or Kt. TIi Store
m at a i i ; i a i I at tlic Cross Roads and the
ail is lot t ; ce I y a iv in North Caro'ina.
V iv p !: i .i M.rin to purchase cu i obtain further
property by calling cn
C tli -T ot , t rvilr.s orjMv o.i
I; ii i I'm A'H n' l ortnii iioMll
15 mile Iron ravetteville.
I A. I ilS
s v it!is oi
t i i'V-V i II W V vil
, V i i il ir i
; ii 1. 1 1 l-i. t: i
1 1 it, v. ikv i -i-i the Parker
V s i i . !l l.-r ito i"s land on
o ' !o v
i ! v t
I'll mvj i- so:n .' 1 1 iicivs cf the
foanU oi tli3 River. The ji.p
ti "red A'ith p' l's. ail -vithiu six
c-t I ll t V
. 1 I li" ' I
f I i
iv 'ttville a id V-stii
'4'. i :.a irna i.
. irs apply to
J. .V.- McivAV.
'. f l.KT?1t &. COI.lIISSH?; 31T3HOII ANT.
!-:ast side of Oillespie. street,'
FAVKrrEviLi.E, N. C.
U V ft UIiE
opposite to B. W
p r t o u v,
W. likings' Auct
Fayi-ttcville. N. C. -v
For preserving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
tiiiirt and Hair-Gallons, at $2 40, S3 40, and S.T 25,
per dozun, respectively. For sale at the Crociery
Store. W. N. TILLINGH AST.
Also, FiMh Supplies of CHINA, GLASS
WAUU and Table Knives.
June 20, 157. 55-tf
Vulu ible Lund for sale.
Tj subscriber offers for sale his entire lands, inclu
AX'wk fcbout eight hundred acres, lying fifteen miles
above Fvetteville and live miles from, the mout,h of
lower liUU river. . The lan.l is level and healthy and
voll alapted to f&rniing; there is about one hundred
and" fifty acres oteartd and under a liae state of culti
.vathMi. I will sell it-all together or in small tracks to
uuit purchasers. Fcr furtUer p-artietlars apply to the
-,ub.scriber cn the V""; WALKER.
lj. ' 7-tf .J.
Have removed their office to the second story of the
building formerly occupied by the Jelegraph Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
All bu-siuess entrusted to them will he punctually
Wilininatoa,' October 1, 1856 y
Lime and cement.
- Just received and for-sale
250 Cijsks Lime.jTresh from the kiln,
100 Barrels CeiRrnt
50 Calcined Plaster,
300 Rushcls Plastering Hair,
f 5 Barrels Mackerel and Herring,
Sacks Liverpool Salt,
2 0 0 44 Alum Salt; 2 bushel Sacks.
' J. W. POWERS.
e. m '. ?Hf
The rnderRiffnd are now'reciuvinfir.alafice areort-
It V? which they will sell
at wholesajd ,-aCa sma
vauc oq cost for: cab, ir
dealers. ' : , ? ;
July 5. 1807. 6fl-
, T, k (to..-.. . i 1
Ttf C undersigned- reVjiect
- - wreoi r ueeie,..wnrp ; jhs m- oe giau w pee
them. j J f j i P J. R. McDONALD.
Jan. 17, 1857,
POVVRRS & TROY, Pi-opiietfns.
. The Proprietors of this Establishment an
nounce to the. public, that owing to. the con
stantly increas kg patronage extended to
them, they havibeen induced to enlarge the
accommodation by the addition of an extensive Dining
Room on the lower, floor,' ,and suita of Rooms on the
second floor; thus enabling "them to accommodate all
who may favor them with a call. And they pledge
themsel ves to an increase 1 exertion to give satisfaction
to their patrons, j i ;
Spacious Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
attendance. j j
The eligible location of jthe Establishment, with the
experience of the Propuetors in providing for the
j comfort of their patrons, heyhor- vill secure to them
J a libsral share of the travel.
I The Western and Southe -n Stages arrive at and depart
j from this House, -i j
j Carriases in attendanct on arrival and departure of
Steam Boats, for the a icommodation of passengers.
Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying mwi m voauj, .to. aujacuuiuu ry.
I W I'llWK KS. W: I . "KUY.
Favetteville. .May 12. lS5fi
Is now receiving his .Sprang and Summer supply of
DRY GOODS HATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Bolting CLOTHS, &c, all of which, being purchased
by the case, will be offered by Wbolesole or. Retail t
DRS. McSWAIX & MdDUFFIE have this day
salved copartnprsjiip by nl
Ir Mc Swain will attend!
to settlements and collec-1
tionsfor the firm. :
Dr. McDuihe will continue
to occupy the former
wm. c. Mcduffie.
II. McSWAIX. j.
Nov. I, lfi5nfi.il
C & AftBROTYPE ROOJIS.
Over Beastly fc Houston's Jeweixy Stoke
EN ON GLfiSS J-
'So come alon
g without delay.
And get a picmire that will pay.'
Pictures taken ia clear or cloudy weather
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine miles
from Fayetteville. lyina : directly on the Southern
Plank Road, and on each
side of Big Rockfish. One
of the best Turpentine sections
a small corn mill oma never
rate situation for a turpeirt
stillery and Store.
Feb'y 9. 185-6.
TUB M AG 0L
a Tree is the handsomest
Thev say the Magnol
growth south of Mason aim Dixon's line, and it is evi
dently a fact. It is also4iid the Magnolia Restaurant
en Greeh-"Street, between
Establishment, and Mr P
Dr. B. W. Robinson's Medical
Taylor's Store, and nearly
opposite the Sh ;mwell House, is the Finest
k-pt of auy other establishment in the South
wishing to hud cannot we
The subscriber would t
1 miss it: it is the YELLOW
pke this method of thanking
the citizens' or tnis pince i'
for tho u'lnrccedented lib
nd the surrounding country,
rallty they have bestiwed
;i continuation. '
cn him, and would solicit
j He has always on hand
! WIVES and CORDIAL-!.
the VERY BEST LIQUORS,
that can be found in the
United Stat s, either by tie quantity
Also. L-ijrars. jfickiss, sardines.
Fruits, Lemon Syrup, and many
other good things, !
j:n I natters hansel f that hte has the most polite, obli
giiig. accomplished and'i'KJVA', vender to attend to
j his establishment, that.can be found either North or
j South. Temperance drinxs put np at the shortest
notice. He would Call attention particularly to his
private rooms upstairs, which are large, comfortable,,
and in good order. ! 1
i j " R. JONES,
Yellow Building, Grehn St,. Foyetterille, N. C.
Maf 16, 1857. ! 50-tf t
u: W. C. : BEX-BOW, D. D. S.,
uraumie Of the Ualtimnra 1nllMr.
DENTAL I 81RGERY.
umce hours from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M
U 3 P. M. to. 5 P. M. "
DR. BENBOW may
near the Market, wher
01 foil 11(1 fit hi A ftnit rtf T? aaa-iWao
all who are in need of the
services of a Dentist
rel respectfully invited to call.
All operations perfor
eq I u-pon tne latest and most
approved plans. To t
a a " a l L
e woum sunpiy iijr iiKitu. rawuiuuiu uu improve-
ment. He inserts from ofe ton entire set upon fine
Gold or IMatina plate, wnicn ne euarautees to be
equally as serviceable as the natural organs. '
He spenda nine... monthior each year in this place,
Klt.,ui in . v,uCi..aw wV'- -"'J-i
V I UiH i Zl-II - - ' t
W.N. TILLINGH AST
Is now receiving. larjJwd yell -iwsortcd. Stock of
ses, Brittaiiia. ;
t ami Si 1 vet
' . Fancy f
ds, & House
He invites the attention
. HAnnti-v Xlor. han't tn V.
Stock, and is satisfied that they cannot
.hprcannot fiad a better
assortment ofGoods for ipeir tra le. or cheaper (when
i delivered at their doors,) Tin one House anywhere.
Sept. 5, itt-2m
I l,000 lb. Tallow v a u t eil ,
For which the hiajheal dasb prtoe will be paid. -Oct.
If l5 1 - ; QJiUetSEhb
in tne coiinrv. witn L..:.,i., u...,t.i f .
rrr i Tamil v rocwlAr.nA tt!1. i - r . .
! ii.uiiij i. .tiui uvi. . nihil . ... I .
tailing stream, and a first v.. a-
400(Vf acres of JLand " fo r
All the Land belonging to the Estato rtf John Mori
nTdec'd 'is now for sale. Said land is lyinijln the
Counties pf Montgomery and Ilichtnond; and any per-
fbOU W InliiUX U LU vun, j v wa s4va WU .10. V AI
- 0 it A V
opportunity anytime within three moo lbs by calli.ig
on the Kubscnoerjat Uapu JOSf pa Umes's. Ktebmoud
Connty. A part of said band is lyiugon or near the
line of the V. E coai ieias u. u. i ne saoscriber
will tase pleasure in showing sa!4 lands to any person
wisiliiig mioiuaiytu .resiiianK mera
f ; DOCTOR PR AUK AVlLLlAMS'H
Cll 0k B RATED R tfe Wli ISKEY
The Sabscriber has made arraage i. ents to keep a
supply of the Genuine Article, and is the only Agent
for :the sale of the above brand of A No. 1 Rye AVhis
key in'this .place. -
May 49-tf '
THE NORTH CAROLINA PRESBYTERIAN
The Presbyterian Chnrch in North Carolina
has 'long labored under a serious disadvantage
from the want of a journal . to advocate her
claims and represent her interests. It is esti
mated that only 1000 Presbyterian Weeklies
arc taken in the bonnds of our three Presbyte
ries. We have 13,000 Communicants, and, it
is safe to infer that there are 30000 Presby
terians in nrinp.inle in the State. - Our Svnod
, . fif . ; t Tjii on ii noint of numbers.
and her membership is j?reater than that of
any Synod South or West of Pennsylvania.
Our sister States on the North and South,
neither of which has a membership -so large as
ours publish the Central, and the Southern
Presbyterian,, for the benefit of their people.
Hie time lias' come when the Presbyterian
Church in North Carolina should likewise do
her duty to her children. It is a conceded and
important fact, that hundreds of our members
will take a State paper who will take no other.
The Paper is needed to be the organ of our
Synod and Presbyteries to elevate and en
lighten the piety of our membership by diffusing
evangelical knowledge to promote the cause
or Education to develope the talents, of Qui
Ministry, and to strengthen the "attachment ot
our people to tue sou ana sanctuaries or ineu
If onr Chnrch in other States, and othei
Churches in this State, can supplfjheir raein
Lers with a religious journal, why may not wji?
" "Artf'S of tfcrfrolfiiF
talent, energy and patriotism to theirjneighborr
on the Aorth or South, or to Christians ot
other denominations at home? With tin
same or better opportunities of accomplishing
this work, shall we leave it undone? In tht
language of one of our most able and usefu
Ministers, an adopted son of our State, "Ji
ought to have been undertaken 20 years ago.
but it is not too late to begin to do right."
In the last two or three months, a fnnd oi
about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the contributor.
held at Greensborough on the 14th of May,
Kev. A. Uaker, Chairman, the Paper was uu-
yetteville, under tin
orth Carolina Pres-
byterian. tiev.AV.rn. N. Mebane and Rev.
George McNeill were elected EditOrs Rev.
Messrs. George MeXeiH. Win. N Mebane, A.
Baker and C H. Wiley, and Messrs. Georji
McNeill, Sr., John H. Cook and David Mur
phy were appointed an Executive Committee,
to establish the Paper and manage its busiuess
U is onr wish and design to make the North
Carolina Presbyterian a journal of the first
class, equal to the best in the country in typo
graphical appearance and in adaptation to the
wants of our Churches, its columns will afford
the latest intelligence, both foreign and domes
tic, and special care will be tak'en tegive a full
and accurate summary of State news. The
name of the Paper is designed to be an expo-
vrctioii. it wHi advocate the conservative, or-
titouox, uiu cichoxH croctrines and order of the
Our first appeal is to our own people to N.
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
Upon their favor, we trust that the native sons
tif North Carolina who have found homes in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who form sotraportaut an element in our
Ministry and membership, will take a deep
interest in ; this enternrise. and srive it theit
Terms: $2 per annum In advance, vt on de
livery of the first number $2 50 in six months
$3 at the end of the year. To clubs of 25 or
more, paying in advance and when the Paper
is sent to pne address, a discount of 10 per
cent, will he allmvorf -Onr Ministers and
Eiacr? are earnestlj desired to act as. Agents,
anA i i r . :n nal)i-
an? a!' others f"endly to the cause will . please
'm procurinsr as raanv snoscnoers a liu.-o.
ble, and forward the names, by August Is?, to
this Office. I As soon as 1500 subscriber are
obta ned lh firf ..mK m;U l. Jcned ll &
w - w- -
faithful and vigorous effort is made in the next
two months by those Sho take a lively interest
I- .1 1 . ' ... - ... 1 1 A
begin the publication at the end of. that time
in tins worK. we will withont doubt, oe-aoie w
with a paying subscription list of at least dooo.
Address, Editors of the North Carolina
Fresbytenan, FayettevilleAN. C.
Fayettaville, May 20, 185?
1? 1 IT I IT HAS JUST RECEIVED
I? f U i t a. Inro-P and faOCT aSSOTt-
? . f S & S 11 O E S ;
t . riailpra
Satin and colorei ; Ladies' and Gents' DAXCIXG SHOES
or a new ana beautiful pattern, and every style oi ar
ticle in his line, i ; - : i
His stock is ehoice and Aarffnllv selected by him
self, and buyers will find it to their interest to call be
fore purchasing olsrjwiara. Ooraer of GiDe$$i& aid
jrranaun Bireeta. . . . .
FllESri TURNIP SEEm:
FLAT DUTCH," - .
- iiED TOP, - . .
-;V- ENGLISH NORFOLK,
f .. ; large globe,-
J tut received and for sale by
JJul ll, 1S 7. ' .tf ;
OVi in rr t- . ' ,
iUe real estate, .the nronertv of "
, . . i ty .......
- V t z jlLdec'd. is t !
ti?. k tract?:
red for sale and exists of the,
1 - .- . -
it remn piuunuijf uut- 01 me uess uusines.H sianus in
the country, and ia very desirable to those wisbinsr to
enter the mercantile business.
- No 2, Consists ef a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments J i in Cambleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge, and is a very desirable stand for business.
No ,3 Js 3 vacant lots In Carapbellton. known in City
plot asNos 109, 111. 112, and half of lot Ii3.
No 4.'. Is a dwelling house and lot on Hay mount,
corner of Plankroad and" Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for the whole year." ?
No 5, Is a Com Mill and Steam Engineand Boiler,
of 10 or 15 horse power. This is well worth the at
tention of those living where wafer power is not avail
able, and will be sold at a great bargain.
For terms apply to J. H. HALL, Assignee.
August I, 1857. - l-il
M0 KB NEW GOODS.
'ipiIE Subscriber is receiving his FALL AND
IL WINTER STOCK, consisting of almost every
thing in the way of
G U O C E R IBS,
HARD WARE AJ"D HOLL O W WARE
Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Fish &c,
Any of which be will well cheap for" Cash, bai ter for
Produce or on short time. Store recently occupied by
Troy & Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
G. W, I. GOLDSTON.
Oct. 18.' 20-tf
Ions No 1 Peruvian Guaiio-i
Eor sale by
G. W. WILLIAMS A: Co.
0 ILIjIVIIVXOIaTS 6c CO S DlHECT
STAGE LINE FROM FAYETTEVILLE TO
We have just placed more stock on this route, and
?an cheerfully recommend it to the traveling public
is. being the best stocked." fastest and cheapest line
from Fayetteville. The best Coaches and fastest hor
des, mast of which are estirely new; All wc ask now
to please give us a trial the line is far superior to
vhat it ever has beenJWe think it will recommend
. tself. .Passengers western save f 1,40 "hmi those for
Ulem will Cad it $2.40 cheaper than any other route.
s Mr; ai. Lieaws tiign foint Taesday, Thurs
day ana Saturday at 11 A. M., immediately after thA
.iaiuoauif iiura ooia orin ana south. No deten
4ou at any point. Tjcketa at the Fayetteville Hotel.
J I E. T. & J. W.CLEMMONS, Contractors.
Ang.729, 65-6 t-pd
B. F. PEAECE & CO.,
' I DEALERS IN
'ORRIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES.
Umbrellas and Ready-Made Clothing,
FAYETTEFiLLE S. C.
XV : II. TU I. I S U3TO- aVv
Gnerkl f'onamlisalon '9Tcrlcbint-. '
NORTH WATER STREET,
IVXminglon, N C,
Will give personal attention to the sale of sTifprnenl of
all consignments of Naval Stores or other country
produce, and any other hnsiucss entrusted to his care,
will be promptly attended to. '
April 18 185 J.
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLES: fine '
ana common iiibavou; ana almost any tliiug in the
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
' G w.I. GOLDSTON.
Fab; 7, 1857. SG-tf
! ffAKR XO'PlCR
THE Snbscriber having, at June Term IS57, of the
Court pf Fleas and Qsarter Sessions Tor the County
of Cumberland, qualified as Administrator upon the
Estate of Willie F. Moore, hereby notifies persons hav-
irtr li ! me ttlLi .st tlir aa trl l14.o f .-.-.. . .1
properly authenticated within the time prescribed by
law, otherwise this tioticf ill i ..-iii ;. JL
rfiPirA.pr. r "
w. - j - l
. -1 a. a. . .K l!314ll '11 .
yeomr- m uc aiuMic win piease make payment
immediately. E. F. MOORE.
June 6, . . 53-tf
:L . .y. c. poe.' .
Ui . DEALER IN ,.
J-STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS., SHOES, AND
Particular atteptioh paid to Ladies' Dress
. : . ' Goods and Trimming.
UK HAY STREET. FAYETTEVILLE,' N. C
November 3d. 1156. tf
THEandersined having execnted a power of At-
torney to . F. Moore, he is thereby authorized to make
"-"'"ucub tor in. id my name, ana generally to
transact all business as I might or could do were I per
sonally present. . - - J. J.MOORE.
.Jane 6, 53-tf
; FOR SALE. ;.v,:; ,;
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Cotton Yarn, Warp aad Filling, Nos. 0 to 10. -
i ALSO "'
Belt, Picker, Roller aud Lace LEATHERS .
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings, ,
- Winter strained. Snprm. l.n r.l nnrl T.inupil
Shattlie'g Isiagglass, French Glae, Emory, Roller
vrow ana tiiass Steps.
I ' J. H. IIALL, Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 26, I85ff, , 8-tf . .
SJ. Ill DAl.CS Ague HXturJ also.
Cbanjpioas'a' Ague Medicine; Shallenborger a
t ever and Auguc Autil9t'ftod Rowand a Touic mix-
ure. . For eala . 3. nisizunin
rrtTniOUT D PVSSEXGEH LIKE BE
TWEEN WIl,HIXOTOJf Su FAYETTEVILLE,
Stramr Mjrw)li.Iriiei"yeUeTnif a Moc2.iT'n4 3h urn.
y moroinr. 15 alnutinftcr fun-rUf. . " -. :
. Lrr ilooirigton 00 "I oeiy mod Friday tnorntr?..;
StfDi-r l-Dny Lotterloh." learrn. KayetlfVills on.Totijiy
inj KnJay morninn. lo iainutr alter mn-rj
- - cae W IlnvinstAa " W rl e il 11 y and Saturday rncrrnice
Both carryiair Frrijih t-and Fa(pngeri. - . . , - -j
Steamer Rowan, wlih full sct of Ligbtert. t'ao reguUrly
tbt d.tfh n. w: -'Inrnln fleliTi-rtDfr eoo
rvrp too -weil
rt t-Ts. cr
facilitln for patch are muaI if sot superior t lin.
Cape er River.
W. P KLi-IOTT.
Agent for Lotterloh it. Co.
Fayetteville. N. C. Oct. 25. 1856
NOT I OK.
Fcrsons indebted lo Jas. C. McEachin, as Gaardiau
of the heirs of John Morrison, dee'd. are hereby re
spectfully informed, that said guardian Las in a great
majority of instances endorsed and transferred, their
notes to the undersigned. Also, that our urgent ne
cessities, apart from the rcqi irements of the endorser,
compel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too.
by paying up immediately. We must and will sue
where the money is not forthcoming.
A. D. MORRISON.
J. M. MORRISCN "
N. A. MORRISON.
Laurinburgb. N.. C. March 7, 1S57. 40-tf
Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
The Subscriber desiring to emigrate to the West,
offers for sale his entire LANDS, including about six
hundred acres, generally known as Chalk Level, lying
in the upper end of Harnett county, 3 miles East of
Cape Fear. River, and on the road leading from Fay
etteville t Chapel Hill. Store, Dwelling, Out-Houses,
all in first rate order.
' The Store is at a fine business stand, and is - not to
be excelled by any country store in the State. There
are also upon the premises an excellent well of water
within 15 or 20 steps of the House, a fine Tenng or
chard of Frnit Trees, a Tan Yard in perfect order,
which peys well when in operation. Also, aBlacksmitc
Shop with Tools, Jlc. j
Any person wishing to purcbascsnch a place would,
do well to call end examiue it for themselvhs. I am
determined to sell, and will make terms casv for the
purchaser. A. H. DEWAR.
N. B The place is one of the healthiest in the
The next Session of this Institution will begin on
Monday the 2 1st nf September, under the joint charge
of Mr Thomas J. Robinson, and Mr George A. Cairns.
The Academy building i "pleasantly sitirfcted cn Hay
Mount, and ? in its loeaticfu combines the advantages
dent", and freedom from all causes of tinderxace is
the dilligerrt pursuit of their sttrdicH."
It is the desire of the Instructers to make this -a
school of rank, and they call wpon Parents and
Guardians V aid them, by. their patronage, in the -erc-corr.plisliment-of
this purpose, believing that there is
in Fayetteville and its viciuity a sufficient number -of
Boys to support such an Institution.
TERMS OF TUITION.
For Primary Stndents, per -session, (20 weeks,) $12 $8
" Advanced English " 18 00
44 Classical 4 44 25 00
44 Contingencies 44 " . JO
One half of tuition fees to be paid in advance.
Serai-Annual reports of the scholarship of each ioy
will be sent to the Parent or Goardian.
Aug. 15th t3-7t
White Lead and Linsretl Oil, for
S. J. tllNSDALC
Wa ter, (or sale h v
63-tf S. J. lllNSDALU
A. A. , Mclvetliaii
Respectfully informs his friends and the pnWic, that Ire
has built uu larire substantial Brick Buildiuee-at his
Old StRiul. exiwesslv for inanutactirrinir Carriacres.
Thankl'al for the very liberal patronage he basreceived
for the last 21 Years-, he hones by strict attention to
business, with a desire to give
satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of thy
made of the best m
same. Jle warrants bis wotk loue
of the best material aad bv experienced workmen
in each branch of the busiuess. Hi work will compare
favorably with any made in the Uuitcd States, fbrneat-
ness and durability. r
He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES,BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS,
AND BUGGIES, ever oQered in this place, end very
i i . : - i ....;.. -mi w.l.i
large rioci ui worii. ucarijr uuoucu. " m cwiu
vcr lowi?? Ch 0r n sjwrttira,c n,!
ers. SHe has on hand more llianONL IIUMihED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and in course ofcon
AND FIFTY Vehicles
5All work made bvhim is warranted 12 months
with fair asage, and should it fail by bad workmauship
PPQAno in rr tr Iiiit wnillil .An Well to mil Lnd
examine fo' themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and nn very rea-!
sonable terms. '
Fayetteville. Oct 11S5
LARD & BUTTER
EXTRA GOSHEN BUTTER;
44 LEAF LARD, in quantities to sO.it. For
Bale by " . E. F. MOORE.
SepU 5. . 6S-lm
I AM now receiving my.Stock of GROCERIES, con-
listing in partus foltows:
75 -Sacks Coffee assorted;
2L Bbls and Cases Sugar, do - . ,
50 Boxes Jaftdy, assorted , . .
85 Bbls. Whiskey and Brandy; . .
T5 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco.
' it Lemon and So 'a Biscnit J, .
24 cases Champagne. Cider; .
20.000 Cigars, assorted, some very Dnc
40 boxes No. I Bar Soap;
30 44 Transparent do;
IS Pearl Starch; ,
' 20 half bbls. "Eagle Mills' Scotch Snuff, ;
100,000 Percussion Caps, assorted; ;
eoo lbs. Potash, in tin cans;
- '200 Sacks Salt; -;.. - v .-
60 Bags Shot, assorted ; "
28 boxes Adamantine Candles; .
05 " Yea-t Powderal
. 5 Mustard. .' , , -.'-7-' ' " J '
" And reatinaoyotSier5b-38in oT which uiLbe
aold low at Vboletale for OASU, ) oa tio to
MOST L 1--bare
m-.rs, tml r...
a ii a .'nt'
1 1 C D . 3 1, 4
il'- Ei -
invited to thi Hwc..
Fayetteville, Sept: 5, IS57.
E. F. MOORE has removed to the Store recently
occupied by William Taylor. 3 doors Eat of II. L.
Myrover & Co.. where he would be pleased to ?ce J.!s
old customers and alFothers who wish to buy Geo'.-;
The Notes and Accounts due W. F. E. F. Moore
and Moore &, Bro., cau be found as above.
Sept. 5. Vlft-lni
DO.VT ALL COMB AT OXCEI
' W. LRTT
Hasittt received a large and general STOCK
GOODS8uited to the Fa 11 and Wintertrade.coasis
of a choice selection of
Stapl and Fanej- D It Y GOOPS,
Qoots and Shoes, with almost everything de?ira' I
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES alwavs to be
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country produce.
Spt. 14. lX5fi. t ly-W
Itor Sale Low.
40 Bags Peruvian Gnano,
. 15 Bbls. New Orleans Molasse.
10 Bolts Cotton R igging 21 'lbs. r?r yrd.
25 Half and quarter bbls No 1, MacVtrd.
25 Barrels prime Pork, i
2 llhds. Bacon (Shoulders)
100 Bales Hay,
10 Coils Bale Rope.
.(Tfcd!) at 4iS Liver jool Salt
&tWJf to arrive.
T. S. LUTTERLOII.
5?ept 12 St
UCf The iiiiilersiirnetl wishes
purchase 2500 bbls. No. 1. Rin,
4000 ' " 2. i 3 I
Sept. 12. 3t
a SO ' '- ' . -
services by uddrew-ingme at i:tveitevilie. . C
Sr D. lcD., will take contracts any where in
country--' within 100 railes from Fayettevir.-j, :
prompt attention will bewen to the san:e.
Sep. 12, 157. ly
There will be ucclelration of the ar.nivcr crT ri
' the Richmond Temperance ad Litterary Socit-ty r i
at Richmond Acadctuv near Montpelicr". cn th i
Satorday of SepeTBlx"r' All persons friendly t.-.:;h
causes, are rccclfuny inviti-d to atteml; &".!,-. -v :.!
speeches are -expected on that occasion.
Sept 12 7-2t
MEDICAL C01.LEGK OF GEOISGT.Y,
The Twenty-SixtJi ocmise of Lectures in th".
twtfon,.will commence vn Monday, the 2J N.vtr. l ,r
" ' Emeritus Professor of Anatomv, G. M. New :cz. ?'.D.
Anatomy. U F Campbell, XI. V.
Surgery, L. A. Itopis, M; D.
Institutes and rracticc f Medicine. L. D. Ft r !.
Materia Medrca, Therapeutic and. Medical Juri-rru
xlence.lP Gravin. M. D.
X)bHetrics and Diseases tjf Waen and Ir.fs.::.-, J. A.
! Eve M. O.
nemisiry ana i oarra-rcy. Aiei. .ucani. .
I.W Wkk n n c -. m n . L." M n . 1 IV I
"'u' mn uiumi, i. v-- - i- . i- m
; Assisraa -cmonsrrtor ti .naiomv, u. Er-: :
Clinical Lecture wilr:dcliverxl in tbe Cit j ll
- pital and at the Jackwa Mreet Ilopital.
j for whole Course. 105.
I Matriculation 1 tck.t (to be taken once,) 5
' For further partrcnlarij. apply tonny trrr.n-r c
, Faculty xrr to X. V. GRAVIN, L -r r..
j Sept 5tb, 6t-tf
! 1 .
TTD A TT
11 .o IL.j 11
! I,A.VT 7 ? atore recently occ::
Moore & Prother. where he will be pKs to
: fnends and trtistos.-re.
I " P ,Z
To tllr A fillet tl I
DR. CHARLES THOMPSON, of El:
i'N. C. reppectfullj calls the attentrontf ail ti. -e
JSictca wits Cancerous aSection-. to tne r. na. kali
cures which he has t-ffecled. and which had n j :
vionsly given up by ther f bjcian in Bladen c" :: i j
as incurable. These cae ru be c.-rtifi-.-d to ly r -sponsible
persons -iving in thit ctunty. One cf i:
was MrsMalcom Mclt-d. and anoihnr -ap MrJno -Kay,
both of which was of ltg -tar.dinc si d ti -aggravated
character. Any person wi-fa'n,: to
cured of that dreadful dl-ase know n as Ccrcir.
do well to apply to Dr. Thomrwon.
The services of Dr. T. willabol fcurd v r -- -ful
to all persons sCTcted with Ulcers urd t !J.vcr. :
long standing, liheurnati m. Tumors. Ac.
Tbe Dr. can Le consmltt-d on the abov- r aml r t -plaints,
by either seeing or addresicg Ira at .ccb : -merborne's,
JJoore Co.,N.C wbfre be inHr.d r r c -ing
a few weeks. Those in n'edrf hi? m n'cf v 1
do well toraske imnlediafe application, a s tn "
them mofe difOcult to core. His directioa i ' 1 -Hall
P. 0 Bladen Co., N. C.
Sep 12.. 8m-pd
JLHJf (Pints and Qum,) uitcit In l. Jd.j cri
ers and Warranted Genuine.
. Also, Golden &-htrry. Port. ti 'i tiC Cirni
Wines. French Brandy, UcJlatd C i. tit i.ltt t.u
SctMrtps. I'cx nJc by