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Devoted to Aews, Political Businessf mattergriculture, and Family Heading.
I UBLI CATION OFFICE,
1NAJEPESDK.CE IS TIJK SOtL OF DEMOCRACY!
WM. F. WKJI1TM tN, Editor, t
FAYETTEVILLE, N, C., SATUIL7AY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1857:
VOLUME XIX NO. 969,
, T.- a - m m - I
'or a. single copy,
f paid in a Ivance. per aiutim, i2 00
T E II
" at the end of :j months, 2 at)
" . " at tha end of ii mouths, 3 00
" " " at the end of the year, 3 50
No subscription will be received for a shorter period
than one yar u iless p-.iid In advance.
3 With tljtt view of ext -n ling the circulation and en
hancing th:j n -iff il.i;r-3 of the paper, tins proprietor of
fers the. following remarkably low
VLUH HATES, I.lrARIiliLV IJV ADVAJVCE:
5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 year, $H 00
10 " " " 15 00
, ! ate -of Advts!s? i ,seftf?
Sivty cents p'r square of !!' lines, or less, for the first
nl 3'. ce.its for each snie'i'sent insertion, unless the
ttdvertis -m -nt is published for more than two months,
when it will be charged
For thr :e mo.iths, ----- 54 00
For six months, - - - - fi 00
For twelve most'is. 10 00
All advertisements m it have the de5rod numb t of in
iert'o is -narked on them, nrthervvUe hey will be in.
;rt; 1 I'.W forb d an 1 ch vrged accor li lly. Speeia
attention is directed to this requisition.
WM. F. WIGHT MAY & CO.
oi iuy :it Law, KajcllevillcXtC.
at t!ie coi n :r of Bow and Green
J. A. SiMAS
ATL)IIXE' AT LAW,
VTf 'is7;), ti : Co.irts of Can') -viand, Harnett,
A 1 Ip.ms. !'. n t, U,r.iott Co., X. C.
Feb. 185(. 8.")-y
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co-t-ulted at the La.v Office of Jcm; G. -hip-
irei-n Street .
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J. W. McKAV.
Xev. 1 S "' 2.l,
A. W. Ca'iipbrll,
VCCTIOVEKtt &. COMMISSION MERCHANT.
I'ast side of Gillespie street,
, F. VKT I'KVII.I.K, N. C.
October I. iZ
II II J. E FACTOR V.
BY GEO. LAUDER.
Oct. 1. 18.).
to E. W. Walkings
Fayetteville, N. C.
For pre-trving Fresh Fruits and
Ouu-ts and llaU'-Gallons. at 40
isi 4t, aiid S. 2.",
perdoZ-JiL respectively. For
Ai'-(- I"1ies'1 Supplies of
sale at tlie Croc.cery
N. TILLIN'GII AST.
AVAliB aut" l able Knives.
Juno -2u, I .'7.
James C. Smith. Miles" Costix
JAMES C. SMITH & CO.,
Commission Merckn nls,
-Have removed their office to the second story of the
building fora? erly occupied by the Telegraph Company
.where they are prepared to attead to all business m the
All budaess entrusted to them will be punctually
Vilrn;u.tiin. October 1. 18.C y
Tj I 51 K AND C E M K N T .
Just received and for sale
i'lO C tsks Lime, fresh from the kU;j,
101! IVarr-ls Onient
"' Calcine ! Plaster,
300 Bushels Plastering Hair,
ivtnvis Mackerel and Hr
.')0 Sacks s,ivevriool Salt.
200 " Alum Salt; 2 bushel Sacks.
J. W. POWERS.
,Oct. J7.1R.-6. r,9-tf
One N'e-o 1)0:1,1 fp",st J T- Wright and Stnavt
Devane made V- va,jle t( Je Feaael. Adm rs. of
rto DPvan,'l-c'a.-'n-'t U i, du- LJ h January
i ' w'th a er ?dit of S-M. A i just. ISA;, anil
one ot i '
in wtiM'i'i. --j hwhij mi
trud'n for sa n U-i il. or tu : makers from
.. .iso.i exe-'Ut myself.
paying it r- T W DEVANE.
finz it to any y
.... , Ur
-H A B 'A a a Si A tt-i&f l t.onsfor the (inn.
. , i o'tie..'.
I i . . e - ii AIM.
ii-'.': ' i . it - ; :1 i id I i i: N'l'Tll Cai'tlii'lrt. I Nov. !".
v-H.. nr.ftt .iAxaJu.i.'b ax . ii.-Jij;u-i . -
";,; i . .a. . i us- v iL.i-i. i .. .ii .!-: w,U re- .
c-ive-tr 1 . al ion. .;.jy. M. ;y-5S j
Oakland. Sep. 12, 187 -3t
The rndef signed are now receiving a large assort
ment off.R0SERIE9 .HlftBWltttU HlON, STEEL,
II')M.OV-VAliE, SHOES, LEATHER & SADl LE
UV, whiclt they will sell at wholesale at a smill ad
vance on cost for cash,"df oi Hsnal time to prompt
dealers. G. V. WILLIAMS & CO.
July 25, 1857, 60-tf
IrTends and ' custtorners that ne can be found at the
.Store of C. E. LeetOi where he will be glad to see
them. J. It. McUONALD.
Jan. 17, 1857, 33-tf
POWERS .V TllOY,' Proprietors.
The Proprietors of this Establishment an
nounce to the public, that owiug to the con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
them, they hare been induced toenlarse the
I accommodation by the addition of an extensive Dining
i Room on the lower floor, and suita of Rooms on the
-econd floor; thus enabling- them to accommodate all
who may ravor mem witn a can. Ana tney pieuge
themselves to an increased exertion to give satisfaction
lo their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
i comfort of their patrons, they hope will secure to them
j a liberal share of the travel.
The Western and Southern Stages arrive atand depart
j frotn this House.
I Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure of
j Steam loat. lor the accommodation of passengers,
j Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying travellers to any part of the adjacent country,
j .1. W. POWERS. W.C.TROY.
Favtterille. May 12. 1S56. 98-tf
1 now receiving his Spring and Summer supply of
DRY GOODS, II ATS, BOOTS & SHOES,
Bolting CLOTHS, &c. ail of which, being purchased
by the case, will be offered by Wholesole or Retail et
DRS. McSWAI.V & McDUFFIE have this day
olv?d copartnership by mutual consent.
-Ic'.va.n will attend to settlements and collcc-
eontinue to occupy the former
WM. C. McDUFFIE.
C- raTYPE, SIT LiWITPE & ASBROTTrE HOCKS.
Ovkr IJkasi.t t IIocsrox"s Jewf.i.rt Store.
rosirrvES taken ok glass
ON 1IETiT!OTPE OR
SHEET IKON VhATE.
"So come along without delay.
And get a picture that will pay."
P. S. Pictures taken in ch ar or cloudy weather.
Vay It;, oo-tf
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine mile
from Fayetteville. lying directly on the Souther
Plank Bond, and on each side of Big Ilockfish. On
nf the best Turpentine sections in the county, with
convenient improvements for a family residence; wit!
a small corn mill on a never failing stream, and a first
ituation for a Turpentine Distillery and Store.
A. A. McKETIIAN
FeVv 9. 1856. tf
T il E MGU1JA REST UKA T.
They yay the Magn'dlia Tree is the handsomest
Trrr-wth south of Mason and Dixon's line, and it is evi
dently a fact. It is also said the Magnolia Restaurant
en Green Street, between Dn B. W. Robinson's Medical
Establishment, and Mr P. TayVofs Store, and nearly
opposite the Sheniwell House, is the Finest and best
kept of any ether establishment in the South. Persons
wishing to find cannot well miss it: it is the YELLOW
The subscriber would take this method of thanking
the citizens "of this place and the fnrrOunding country,
for the unprecedented liberality they have bestowed
en h rn.and would solicit a continuation.
He has always on hand the VERY BET LIQUORS.
WIVES and CORDIALS, that can be found in the
United Stat s, either by the quantity or otherwise.
Also Cigars. Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, Preserved
Fruits, Lemon Syrup, and many other good things,
an 1 flatters himself that he has the most polite, obli
ging, accomplished and FHANJC, vender to attend to
his establishment, that can be found either North or
South. Temperance drinks put up at the shortest
notice. He would call attention particularly to his
private rooms upstairs, which are large, comfortable,
and in good order.
I R. JONES.
! Yeliow Building, Green St,. Foyetteville, N. C.
May IB. 1857. 50-tf
D. TV. C. BEX BOW, D. D. S.,
Graduate of 1 lie Baltimore College of
Office hours from
i P. M.
to 1 P. H
to 5 P. M.
DR. BEN1JOW may be found at his suit of Rooms
near the Market, where all who are in need ot 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 Teclh,
lie would simply say that he is behind in no improve
ment. He inserts from one to an entire set upon tine
Gold or Platina plate, which he guarantees to be
equallv as serviceable as the natural organs.
i" s'nends nine months of each year in this place,
(from first ot Octouer to iue nrsi ui juij.i
Oct. 25. 185(5.
W. n. TILLING HAST
Is now receiving a large and well assorted Stock of
eiii.:, Glai-s, itl Kartlienwaro,
Looking ' Glosses, -Brilfaula,
and Silver. Plaice? 'Ware,
Fancy i ds, & House
He invites the attention of Country Merchants to his
Stock, and is satisiied that they cannot liud a better
assortment of Gools for their tra le. or cheaper (when
delivered at their doors,) in one House anywhere.
Sept. 5, . 6-2m
I io.ouo ll. Tillw niiteIj
For which the highest cash prica will be paid.
1 Oct. 1,1856, A.M.CAMPBELL.
4000 acres of Land for
All the Land belonging to the Estate of John Mori
son, dee'd. is now for sale. Said land is lvine in the
: Counties of Montgomery and Richmond; and any per
son wisuiiig to purcuase any oi saia Lianu, can have an
ODBortunitv anv time within thrm months hir outline
on -the subscriber at C;fpt. Joseph Hines's. Richmond
County. A part of said Land is lying on or near th6f
line ot the S. C. & Coal Fields R. R. The subscriber
will tase pleasure in showing said lands to any persoa
wishing information respecting them. ;
"04.1857. " 3m Vl ?
DOCTOR. FRANK WILLIAMS'S .
CELEBRATED RYE WHISKEY
The Subscriber has made arrange 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 Whis
key in this place.
May 49-tf -
THE NORTH CAROLINA PRESBYTERIAN
The Presbyterian Church 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
are taken in the bounds of our three Presbyte
ries. We have 13,000 Communicants, and it
is safe to infer that there are 30,000 Presby
terians in principle in the State. Our Synod
stands fifth in the Union in point of numbers,
and her membership is greater 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.
The time has 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 tiie organ of our
Synod and Presbyteries to elevute and en
lighten the piety of our membership by diffusing
evangelical knowledge to promote the cause
of Education to develope the talents of our
Ministry, and to strengthen the attachment of
our people to the soil and sanctuaries of their
own State. -
IfourChnrch in other States, and other
( 'h urches ju fcLift ittrf-Mjl
ncrs witfi a religious journal, why may not wr
Are North Carolina Presbyterians inferior ii
talent, energy and patriotism to their neighbors
on me orin or oontn, or to nnstians i
other denominations at home? With the
same or better opportunities of accomplishing
this work, shall we leave it undone? In the
language of one of our most able and usefu1
Ministers, an adopted sou of our State, "It
ought to have been undertaken 20 years ago,
but it is n-)t too late to begin to do right."
In the last two or three months, a fund of
about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the contributors
held at Greeiisborough. on the 14th of May,
Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, the Paper was un
animously located at Fayetteville, under tin
name anil title ot the .North Carolina Pres
byterian. Ilev. Win. N. Mebane and Bev.
George McNeill were elected Editors: Rev.
Messrs. George McNeill, Win. N Mebane, A.
Baker and C H. Wiley, and Messrs. George
McNeill, Sr., John H. Cook and David Mur
phy were appointed an Executive Committee,
to establish the Paper and manage its business
It is our wish and design to make the North
Carolina Presbyterian a iournal of the first
... . J. ...
class, equal to tlie best m the countrv in tvno-
granhlcat 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 taken to give a full
and accurate summary of State news.- The
name ol the f aper is designed to be an expo
nent of its character and contents. From con
viction, it will advocate the conservative, or
thodox, Old School doctrines and order of the
Our first appeal is Id our own people- to N
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
upon their favor, we trust that the native sons
of Aorth Carolina who have found homes in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who form so important an element in our
Ministry and membership, will take a deep
interest In this enterprise, aud irive it their
Terms: $2 per annum in advance, or on de
livery of the first number; $2 50 in six months
3 at the end of the vear. To clubs of 25 or
more, paying m advance and when the Taper
is sent to one address, a discount of 10 per
cent, will be allowed. Our Ministers and
Elders are earnestly desired to act as Agents,
aud all others friendly to the cause will please
assist in procuring as many subscribers as possi
ble, and forward the immea h Anaust 1st. to
-. j C
this Office. As soon as 1500 subscribers are
obtained, the first nnmher -will be issued. If a
faithful and vigorous effort is made in the next
two months by those Etho take a lively interest
in this work, we will without doubt, be able to
begin the publication at the end of that time
with a paying subscription list of at least 3000.
fi- Address, Editors of the North Carolina
Presbyterian, Fayettevilte, N. C.
Fayettaville, May 20, 1851
Hf W f T I IT HAS JUST RECEIVED
ft. r t u ii i a. larce and fancy assrt-
ment of BOOTS & SHOES: Ladies' Gaiters
Satin and colored Ladies' and Gents' DASCIJG SHOES
of a new and beautiful pattern, and every style of ar
i tide in his line. .
I His stock is choice and carefully selected by him
odf. and buyers will find it to their interest to call be
i fore purchasing elsewhere. Corner of Gillespie and
i Franklin streets. -5
Aril 22,17. 47-tf
f QFHESfl I'URXJF SEED.
f ?LAT DUTCH.
S Sfcv- A A K(t Ci li IjI) I E.
j - t. RITTA HAG A,
4 iTreived and for sale bv
-''??' S. J. n INS DALE
JlowtP5 valuable real estate, the propert
1-te'd. is offered for sale and consists of
COnS!8tS Of tbe 'i
NafstraSfe' pJace kno'wnT as ' Rome, containing
about tftll acres with all the imnrovements TI;
4 place wiljjbe sold entire or divided, to suit purchasers
ii uemg iuoaiuy one oi me oust business stands in
the country: and is very desirable to those v ishing to
enter the mercantile business.
No 2, Coiitists ef a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments; in Cambleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge, and is a very desirable stand for business
No ,3 Is 3 vacant lots in CampbHlton. known in City
plot asNos 109, 111. 112. and half of lot 1.3
iNo 4. is a dwelling house and lot on Haymount
corner of Plankroad and Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for the whole year.
No 5, Is a Corn Mill and Steam Engine and Boiler
of 10 or 15 horsepower. This is well worth the at
tention of thoie living where wafer power is not avail
able, and will be sold at a great bargain.
roi lei ms appiy io J. II. HALL. Assignee.
Aupnist 1, 157.
MORE NEW GOODS
'ipiIE Subscriber is
U. WINTER STOCK,
thing in the way of
receiving his FALL. AND
consisting of almost every
v hoc i: ni es,
HARDWARE AJYD HOLLOW-WARE
Boots and Shoes. Saddlerr. Fish fre
Any of which he will sell cheap for" Cash, bai ter for
Produce or on short time. Store rMi-ntirnn;o,i
Troy & Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
4 G. W, I. GOLDSTON.
Oct. IS. 20-tf
50 Tons No I Peruvian (luano.
Eor sale by
G. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
GX,I2IIrXOr$I3 & GO'S DIHECi
STAGE LINE FROM FAYETTEVILLE TO
We have just placed more stock nn il.ls rnnt,.
;an cheerfully recommend it to th travoiinnr V.i.i;,.
ns being the best stocked, fastest and cheanest line
from fayetteville. The best Coaches
ses. most of which are entirely new- AH we ask now
s io ptease give us a trial, the line is far sunerior t
.vhat it ever has been. We think it will recommend
tiou at any point
Tickets at the Farertfvill.. ti-.i
tj. T. & J
B. F. PBARCB & CO..
F01U:iGY AN D DOMESTIC DltVGOOD
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SHOES.
Umbrellas and Reridy-M,de Clothing,
FlfETTEFILfcE 2f C.
X. II. T U ti K I V fiTO X,
General Commission Itlerclinitt,
NORTH WATER STREET,
Wilmington, JY V.,
Will give personal attention to the sale or shipment of
uii i;.ii-i;iimcin.n ui .navai stores or other coUntrv
produce, and any other bnsiness entrusted to his o.m"
will be promptly attended to. '
April 18. 18.)7. y
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLES; fine
and common TOBACCO; and almost anything in the
Grocery line. Cheap as the cheapest!
G W. I. GOLDSTON,
Fab'y 7, 1857. 3C-tf
THE Subscriber having, at June Term 1857 of the
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the County
of Cumberland, qualified as Administrator upon the
oXti ? ?A Sfi :
ing claims against the said Estate to present the same '
properly authenticated within the time prescribed by :
law. otherwise this notice will be pleaded in the bar '
of their recovery. j
Debtors to the said Instate will please make payment
immediately.. E. F. MOORE.
June fi. 53-tf
AND FANCY" DRY GOODS
uoots. SHOES. A.tD
Particular attettion paid to Ladies Dress
t Goods and Trimmings.
HAY STREiST. FAYETTEVILLE, N. O
November 3d lt56i . tf
TllB undersigned having executed a power of At
toraey to E. F. Mdore. he is thereby authorized to make
all settlements for me in my name, and generally to.
transact ail business as 1 might or could do were 1 per
sonally present. J.J.MOORE.
June b, 53-tf
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos, 5 to 10.
r " ALSO. ''. : .-'
Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings. -
Winter strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
- Ssuttlie's Iingglas5f, French Glue, Emory Roller
Cloth And Glass Steps.
j. n. HALL, Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 26, 185 .y-i-tt
J. HI MS DALE'S Ague Mixture; also.
Champions's Ague Medicine; Sballenberger's
Fever and Aague Antidote, and Rowa-id s Tonic Mix
ture. For sale by S. J. HINSDALE.
Aog. IS. tt-C
MfinPitYifieur?PB w WiH Kave 3t,tand those for
Leaves Fvl-tf,-4" cheaper.tha.ji ay utw.,
,!.,v w , Wtevuie M:mjrw.rtnesUay and Fri-
M nn,i q ! ' V" Reaves Hitf, Point Tuesday. Thurs
Uj and Saturday at 11 A. M., immediately after th
trains arrive from both Xorth and South. o deten-
I PREIGIIT MO PASSRSRKR ' I.IP. ME.
T WEEN iViriNIXGTOS PAYETTVIi,LF.
Stumor Maprnolia.IvaTenrayeUrvillp on Monilny aod Thurs
day mornincs. 15 minutt-f aftt-r rcn-rwr. ,
Lrav-s Wilmngtonun Tneadxy and FHday morn in ft"
Stnnrr l-'anny Lutt-rloh. Icavt-s Kayetterille on Tuesday
and Krtday morning. 15 minutes atter sun-ri.se.
I. eavra Wilmington Wednesday and Saturday niorninm
Both carryiue Freight and Pawengcm.
lrrTb rnLhtimla . . -,' . W
Thf r.nuUritY ot mr Boats on all tA -. -i'""
I HlT.teh and pro Wla. ;w
t fcm.wn. to reqolrrrn.,i-Tt'-- , . t , ;
To nor patrnn we ..,,1 -
' patronajrc hereloforr be towed, add ean asanre allihippert that
no efforts will be spared in future, and feei confident that our
facilities for despatch are equal if not superior to any tine on
Cape Eear RiTcr. W. P. KLLIOTT.
Agent for I.utterloh k t o.
Fayetteville. N. C. Oct. 25. 1856 21-tf -
Persons indebted to Jas. C. McEachin, as Guardian
of the heirs of John Morrison, dee'd, are hereby re
spectfully informed, that said guardian has in a great
majority of instances endorsed and transferred their
notes to the undersigned." Also, that onr urgent ne
cessities, apart from the reqt irements of the endorser.
compel us to collect as specdtlv as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too
ny paying up immediately, we must ana will sue
where the monev is not forthcoming.
A. D. MORRISON.
J. M. MORRISON
N. A. MORRISON.
Laurinburgh. N. C. March 7,1 S57. 40-tf
Ptints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
Sale by S.J.HINSDALE.
Aug. 15, C3-tf
' FOR SALE.
The Subscriber desiring to emigrate to the West,
offers for sal his entire LANDS, including nbout 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 to Chapel Hill. Store. Dwelling, Out-Houses,
all in first raterder.
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 young or
chard of Fruit Trees, a Tan Yard in perfect order,
which peys well when in operation. Also, a ISlacksmite
Shop with Tools, ivc.
Any person wishing to purchase snch a place would
do well to call end examine it for themselvhs. I am
determined to sell, and will make terms easy for the
purchaser. A. II, DEWAR.
N. B The place is one of the healthiest in the
Southern con ii try.
August, -t, . - 63-tf
The next Session of this Institution will begin on
Mondav the 21st of September, under the joint charge
r H .. rrl r 1 1 .. I " 1 - A T
-II lUl A llUItlclS . IVOOl UOU. duu 1.1 uv.ii :t a. vim Hi., I
i-U A o , l . . . -. ,r k. , ; i ,ii ...t. - tty 1 tuntfd wrriiT -I
-rnt; im"in its location combines the advantages
of ample room for the out door exercises of the Stu
lents. and freedom from all causes of hinderance in
the dilligent pursuit of their studies.
It is the desire of the Instructers to make this a
school of rank, and they call upon Parents and
Guardians to aid them, by their patronage, in the ac
complishment of this purpose, believing that there is
in Fayetteville aud its vicinity a sufficient number of
Boys to support such an Institution.
TERMS OF TUITION.
For Primary Students, per session. (20 weeks,) $12 5fl
' Advanced English " ' IS 00
- .Classical " " 2& 00
"-Contingencies " i' - 50
One half of tuition fees to be paid in advance
Semi-Annual reports of the scholarship of each Boy
will be s ;nt to the Parent or Guardian.
Aug. 15th G3-7t
While lead and
Linseed Oil, lor
s. J. HINSDALE.
Co gress Water, for sale hv
Aug. 15 63-tf S. 3. HINSDALE.
A. A. McKctliati
Respectfully informs hi friends and the public, that he
has built up large substantial brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages,
Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to
business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same He warrants his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of t he business. His work will compare
favorably with any made in the United States, for 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
well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES,!! AUOUCHES, ROCKAWAYS,
1-ge stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
AND BUGGIES, ever ottered in this place, and a very
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
ers, f-lle has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and iu course of con
.7E9-AU work nvide byhint is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship
or material will be repaired free of charge. - -
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 ana on very rea
Fayetteville. Oct 1.1656.
HaS f D & B V TT E U . 7
IiEAlT LMW, ia quantities to snit. t-or
I AM now receiving my Stock of GROCERIES, con
sisting in part as tol'ows: ,
75 Sacks Colfee assorted;
2c Bbls and Cases Sugar, do
50 Boxes Jandy, assorted ,
85 Bbls. Whiskey and Brandy;
75 Boxes Mauufacturet Tobacco.
5" - Lemoa and So la Biscuit;
24 cases Champagne Cider; ' .
20.0f)rt Cigars, assorted, some very line; 4
40 boxes No. 1 Bar Soap; ,
30 " Transparent do;
15 1 " ' Pearl Starch ;
20 half bbls. 'Eagle Mins" Scotch Snnff,
100,000 Percussion l aps, assorted;
500 lf. Potash, in tin cans;
, 200 Sacks Salt;
50 Bags Shot, assoi ted
2-S tKTses Adamantine Candles ' "
25 Yeast Powders!
H - MusHlrd. -
: And a g'reitmany other Goods, U of which will be
Knlt Inw nt Wholesale for CASH, or on time to
I nrnmnt navinir customers. - B. Fa MOOlvlk.
1. & IB. J. I.Il.I.Y
ARE now receiving one of the LARGEST AND
MOST DESIRABLE STOCKS OF GOODS they
have ever had the pleasure of ottering to iheir custo
mers, embracing a great varieties of .
Staple and l4ancy Dry Goods,
'H'f ?. ::-t-3toHia,:tint3:".; : ;.'
I . 11 of wt,lch are oCVrcd t reaoabl
fMric ror eaac fwLi)Mfc:be XUtit n of
country merchants, and wholesale buyers gencra.lv, is
invited to this stock. -, '
Fayetteville, Sept. 5, 1S57.
Fayetteville Hotel, Furniture
and Fixtures for Sale.
THE ABOVE NAMED PROPERTY
will be sold to any responsible person, upon fair
terms, if applied for between the present time and the
15th of December-next. If not sold by the 15. of Dec,
they will be sold at Auction after the'first day ol Jan
uary next, in Lots to suit purchasers.
Any information wanted will be cheerfully given
by applying to J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
Fayetteville. September 12, 1857. 07-tf
Town papers copy tf
For Sale Low.
470 Bags Peruvian Guano,
15 Bbls. New Orleans MoIasse,
170 Bolts Cotton Bii.rriti'r 2J lbs. per v'rd,
25 Half and quarter bids No 1, Alackerel,
25 Barrels prime J'ork,
2 .Hhda. Bacon (Shoulders) '
100 Bales Hv,
10 Coils Bale Rope.
Saiks Liverpool Salt
T. S. LUTTERLOH.
i he undersigned wishes to
purchase 2500 bbls. No. 1. Rosin,
4000 4 " 2. & 3 Do
T. S. LUTTERLOH.
Sept. 12. 3t
BRICK MASON AND PLASTEREU.
NY PERSON desiring
work done in the best
il stvie in inr oo e ueparimeni. ran secure my
a . 1 1 . .1 a .
services by addressing me at Fayetteville, N. C.
Mr D. McD., will take contracts any where in the
country, within 100 miles from Fayetteville, and
prompt attention wm oe given to me tame.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
for CASH or on Short Time,
250 Carriages, Barouches.
ROCKAWAYS & BUGGIES of every description,
Many ol which are finished, and the balance beirEf
finished daily; amonur which are manv new aid
beautiful styles, and one very fine Carriage. Son.e
of them very light, and all inade in the best manner
and of the best materials. My facilities for doing
Carriage work are greater -than any estalishment
south and I can afford and am determined to sell work
of the oest quality as low as it can be built for by
&m loose who arc indebted to me will nlease rav
up as my business requires my out-standintr debts to be
collected. A. A. McKETIIAN.
Augast 25, 1856. tf
31 ED I C A L COLLEGE OF GEOKGIA,
The TwentySixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. Newton, M.D.
Anatomy. H F Campbell, M. D.
Surgery, L. A. Dugas. M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine, L. D. Ford. M.D.
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Jurifpru-1
dence. I P Gravin. M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants. J.'A.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, II. V. M.
MMler. M. D.
Chemistry Rnd Pharmacy. Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy. R Campbell. M.D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S.B. Simmons.
Clinical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos
pital and at the Jackson strett Hospital;
r ee for whole I ourse, S 1 0.".
Matriculation Ticket (lo be taken once,) 95
For further particulars, apply to any member of
the Faculty; or to I. P. GRAVIN," Dean.
Sept 5tn, 1857.- 66-tf
HAS removed to the Store recently occupied IV
Moore & Brother, where he will be pleased to see his.
friends and customers. -.
Sept 12 C7.3t. ,
To tlie Afflicted I
DR. CHARLES THOMPSON, of Bladen conn'y
N. C, respecttully cans the attention of ait ttioi-e ai-'
flicted with Cancerous affections, to the rimatkable
cures which he has effected, and which bad beln pre-,
viously given up by other physicians in Bladen coui ty
as incurable. These cases can be certified t6 by re
sponsible persons iiving in that county. One of them
was MrsMalcotn McLeod. and another was Mr Jno. Mc-
Kay, both of which was of long Manning and 6f an
aggravated character. Any pernm -hing to be
cured of that dreadful disease known as "Cancer, will
do well to apply to Dr. TbomphenV
The aer vice 01 Dr. T. wiiv auo be touna nipniy ire
ful to all persons afflicted with Ulcers and old Sores cf
long standing. Rheumatism-. Tamers. A 6.
The Dr. can Le consulted on tne aDove r.amiu
plaints. by either seeing or addrefeing him at Schim-
merhorne s, Moore o... woere " - ,1
ing a few weeks. Ibwt in ineed f Kw eefvices ill
do well tomake immediate application, as age .wndm
them more difilcult to core. His direction is bite
Hall P. O., BladewCoi. N. C.
Sep 12. 3mpd
E. F. MOORtJ has removed to the S", ""?'.
ocSpTed by William Taylor g,? bi
Myrover & Co.. where g bay Good'
old customers and all otners wno w.
Cheap -. - : nt,flBe W. F. & E. F. jloora
n.e rsotes " foBmd atT
ndMoore iH- &P)t-