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ews, Political and Business matter, Agriculture, and Family USeadiiiff.
I UBLI CATION OFFICE,
ISUEPEXDEXCE IS THE SO'jt OF DEJJQCItACT!
WM, F. -WKiUTMiN, Editor, i
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C SATtFi "AY, SEPT E JIB KR 20. 1857: '
J VOLUME XIX NO. 900.
1 ) h. '
T K U M S
nox td the
9r a single copy, If paid iii a Ivance. per aiiimm, $2 OU
at the cud of o moncli, 2 oU
at tho end of t m.jiiths, 3 00
CI, Uli . lt.1 Tl2 S, ISTVA R1DLV -V A D r.1A"CEi
I a caplen of the Caroliuiau, I year, 8 00
10 " " V 15 00
Slvty cents square of 1 lines, or les, for the first
nd 3:) ce.Us tor c ch fu'e'i'ieut insertion. moI.jss the
ttdvertis m 'lit is published for more than two m..iths,
when it will he charged : ,
I For thr c mo.iths, - - - - - $4 00
For. fix months - - - - fi 00
" For tw dve mo iths. 10 00
All advtTtlstnn mts m'lst hare the de-irfd numb t of in.
i'j t6 ji 'narked o;v them, orthorwlne thoy wjll hejinj
jrtil t!U forb d and cti vred accorliisiy Spfeia
attention directed to this requisition. '
WM. F. WlfiltTMAV & CO.
CWIEiT G. WltlGIIT.
A torn'tat ijatv, Fa;ellevlll;, XC
Ollee nt the corn r of Bow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3 J ."(- -
J. . ssr:u,
AT L)IlK V AT IjAW,
AT T l) 1 1 1 ? (J ) ti-ti of Ca n' 'rlan.l, Harnett,
A-aki! a:i 1 folnisto. -
A 1 Ivi-: f.i n -r. tl.ir vjlt Co., X. C. 1
n in rjnv FriLL
At J yti(iv at !.a'v,
v v r; r r i: v 1 1. , v, r-.,
CtVults l st. the Lav ,6 nice of Jesc G . J bip-
l,' on iJro'-n Street-.
Uiity t. l;.
. 1 ) It M T .1 . ST i : D M AN,
llr.ll'tlCj II. IkIHi
r -.uove.l to i'll'SiJOii'). X. (J.. will attend
j 'o.u t.-s ol .jh.itiiaui, !. re ai i tlaratti
ver - t-rt,
i 4 -i r ir- or 1. r. Th .tore
.it ui ? Cr.i-i iio a Is and the
.v a i y in N'ort'a Caroita'a.
,i ir '. ia. ca i o lta a farther
riM-tv ov catling en
to. I llO.t'1
of t i f v : -I
I ir l ;;t .?. i ity
AXD TUrtaX- !
k id .v.i a th Park r i
it la i I
I itiV T
V n JI trr iijrtoa's lan I oa
e 'is som r -it'i acr.-s cf tiio
t I I li .K
a t 1 1 o.i t i River. Tha up
,4a 1- v i k l-.v t n i
tailed r t. i'a.VJtt-!-i Jl
s I iv.tti p i . a i l wet tuft six
ail .Vestera Ila Iroal.
i- r pirtic liars iiip;
U I) .Mc.VliniUR.
j. p. Uopi:R,
J. W. MICAjk'.
Xmv. lS.fi 2:).
A. VI v Campbrll,
tl C TIOXEER A. COMMISSION MERCHANT.
J'ast side of Gillespie street,
Favkttkvillk, N. C.
October I. i-S.j
e u I v -opposite to K
Fayetteville, N. C.
Oct. 1. 18.-;.
t rt .t
SELF-SEALIIVG JARS, j
For nrc-iarvin Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
D ttrt- a id Half-Gallons, at $2 40, $8 '40, and $"
ii.t ilii.-'ll. respecu ey r or miu; ui iuu viwicij
gXotl . W. X. TlliLlXGM AST.
t Fresh Supplies of CHINA, OLASS-
1SYAUB ' liucl Tabic Knives. '
Juno tt, ,1n7.
James C. Smith. jmiles costin
m ar y-
JAMES C. SMITH & CO.,
tve removed their office to the second story of the
miiihn rr ilrunri v ornmieu niv: ivirxim" vvu.r,.v
. . . . i !1 1... t,A Tiilo.ti.an'l 1 Vim!?! ! 1 If .
'i r . v - ! "... - ... II.
.where they are prepared to atteaa ro an uusiues in iuc-
All bud vss entrusted to them will be punctually
'atte i'leil to.
Witni'Uiton.pctober 1, IH6 J
MMK AND CB5IKST.
Just reeeived and for sale
2."0 C tk- Lime, fresh IVom the kiln,
lO'.l liarrtl Cement
50 Calcined Plaster,
000 Bushels Plastering Hair,
'7S P.trrels Mackerel and IIerrin.
?. Q Sacks Liverpool Salt,
201) Alum Salt; 2 bushel Sacks.
J- W. POWERS.
(Oct. '.".IRS 6. r.O-tf
JLost or Mislaid. f
Ono Negro h?fxn andStuart
ade P;i " IT ' c" ' l"iei. .vura rs. oi
. . y .. M ..... j j .- i ....
LIW " . "'at the end of-the year, 50
"'"ription wm Ih3 -receive.! tor a Sorter periou ,.v . t, .. . whU,ei,ale ata smj,ll ad- i " "VS"L ru"tu ucrjr ttUU 'cnmpna; ana any
-..... i,u-r ysar u iiess nani in advance. t . u". i nrnmnt " iaiuS v FU1 waac i iu uiniu, can nave an
With tl.r. vi.., .,r ... v.n,r ,wi a" "u w ,U1 ulJ',:r";:,V..n JF ODBortunitvanv time within three monih- hv iiin
nnncing th j uf il.iens of the paper, the proprietor off , 'o. i - fwr i nine subscriber at Ustpt. Joseph nines'. Pv
trra the. followintf rPmiitk-.-ihlv low J " -v t bounty. A part of said Land is I vin con or near
; r i
i l"!'Tii.r;v. i 1 "i.,tV. . i
rft-i i't t . ' iv eij j-s id -)tuyr Xurfh Carolina.
Vl' !i i a . -.t -.. c .1 iM-i.-." !.. ; t-.ut: WiH ret I
tivi -tr ' i t v ation. J.ily. 11. iy-s j
! ' if si P r
lit , . - ' i . i t i . i I :i :!' ,'!' :'.tl' tl
TKo IWiine,'l"C d. ,k u January
7i withacr-dit ofV.!. '-nt A.-.i.t. and
nff of i f October. I do her by notify all
nso'is froii trtd- ng f.r vd Bo id. or tly makers from
paying it to any p t W DEVANE
Oakland. Sep. , 1WT' 1
ware c, , fyc.
The rmictnirrru'd are noW rtsceivlnir a 1 arare assort
ment of f.nOSEHlE9 lattDWlIlK. lIUliN, SlbK-u, !
Trtends and ' customers that bej
can be found, at the
-Store of C. E. LeetCi whtre he will be ' glad i to see
j. it. Mcdonald.
Jan. 17 1857,
POWRItS X Tltoy. Proprietors.
The Proprietors o " this Establishment an
nounce to the public, that owing to the con
stantly increasing fp atronage extended to
them, they have baer induced' to enlarge, the
accommotlatiou by the additipi of ari extensive Dining
Room on the lower floor anl suit of Rooms on the
second floor; thus enabling tl em to accommodate all
who may favor .. them with a c all. And they pledge
themselvt to an increased exei tion to give satisfaction
to their patrons. -
Spacioii! Stablen attached nd careful Ostlers in
attendance. : i ! ?
The eligible location of the: Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietor t; in providing for the
com tort of their patrons, they I ope will secure to them
a liberal share of the travel. A j
The Western and Southern Sts ges arrive at and depart
from this House. ; 1 j ;
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure ot
Steam Uoat'j.' for the accommodation of passengers.
Horses and carriages i .turmsiied at any notice for
carrying travellers to any part f the adjacent country.
J. W. POWERS.
W. IC. TROY.
FavotteVille. May 12.1R5R.
receiving his Sprin
Summer' supply of
GOODS, II ATS, :
OOTS & SHOES,
Uolting CLOTHS, &c..fall of Ibich, being purchased
by the case, will be offered by
March 28. ' 4:i-tf
Wholesole or Retail t
PRS. McSWAIX McDUFpIE have this day di.s
solved copartnership liv mutua
Dr McSwain will attend to se
ttlemeuts -and collec-
wons ror xu urm
4r."Mcnu:ii$- will continue!
to occupy the .former
WM. C. McDUFFIE.
Xov.- , 18 K.
Ovkr IJkasi.y t Houston j
k Jewelry Store.
OJY GLASS f
OS !Uf3TjI;OTlrE OR
So come along wi
And get a picture? chat will pay."
P. S., Pictures taken in clea
r or cloudy weather.
?Jav Hi. 5 CM
TWO THOUSAND ACRES
OF LAND, nine miles
from Fayetteville. lying dm
?ciiv on tne soutnern
il At r .a
Plank Road, and on eacp si(
of Big Roekfish. Ont
of the best Turpentine sections in the county, with
convenient improvement? for
h, family residence; with
a "small corn mill on a never fsiiling stream, and a first
rate tit-Ration for a Turpentin
Distillery and Store.
"A. At McKETHAN
X II B MGV0UA ;
REST A UK A XT.
Thev say the Macndha Tree is the handsomest
Tr"rwth south-or Mason and Dixon's line, and it is evi
deiitly a tact. It is also said i the Magnolia liestaurant
en Green street, between tr;ls. y . Koomson's Medical
Establishment, and Mr P. Tafl'ot Store, and nearly
oppos! te the Shemwell HouseJis the Finest and best
kept of any other establishmfiiit in the South. Persons
wishing to find cannot well niiss it: it is the, YELLOW
BUILDING. ' !
The subscriter would take; this method of thanking
the citizens of this place and
the snrrbunding country.
for the unprecedented libera
jty they have bestowed
cn h m,and would solicit a cpkitinuatinn
lie has always on hand the!
VERY BEST LIQUORS.
WIMES and CORDIALS, thi
can be fonnd in the
United Stat s, either by the quantity ot otherwise
Also Cigars. Pickles, Sardunes, C-heese, Preserved
Fruits. Lemon Syrup, and many other good things,
an I natters himself that he has the most polite obli
ging, accomplished a nL.f7?yJyA' vender to attend to
his esiablistiment. mat esin ta lounu eituer iNortn or
South. Temperance drinksltout up at the shortest
notice. " He would call attention particularly to his
private rooms upstairs, whicn arc large, comfortable.
and in good order. !
Yellow Building, Green Kt Foyetteville, N. C
May IB. 1857. I oOftf
D. W. C. LENBOW, D. D. S.
Graduate of the
Baltimore College of
Office h ours from
9 A.M. to 1
S P. M. to 5
BENBOW may be found at his suit of Rooms
the Market, where all y
ho are in need of the
? tf I hct ilfP Tri:
pectfully invited to call,
ion the latest and most
service ui a t""
All operations performed
approved plans. To those id
need of Artificial Teeth,
s behind in no improvo.-
b 'vonl.l simnlv say that lie
men. He inserts from one to an entire set upon fine
ni.i"rr iMfttina nlate. which he guarantees to be
equally as serviceable as the
Iht s'pends nine months of
II ...... M A. 1 .-
each year in this place,
(from first of tictoner to tue
Oct. 23. 185G. i ' .
first of July.)
1 now receiving a large an
well assorted Stock of
Ka i the. 1 1 ware,
Looking GInssj-8, Briltaiiia,
ami Silver P
a tec? Ware,
Fancy ii oOs, & House
Furiiislviits ! Had wan-
ha :rttai .tianilnn nf Honntrv Merchants to his
Stnek and is satisfied that thev cannot nuu: wn.vi
assortment of Goods for ihe'r tra le. or cheaper (when
delivered at their doorsj) irt hne House anywiiere.
Sent. 5, . ' 06-2m
IO.OUO lh. Tsillow nnlerti
For which the highest cash price will be paid
4000 acres of Land for
All the Land belonging to the Estate of John Mori-
line ot tue S. U. & Coal Fields R.; R. The, subserib.
will tase pleasure in showing said lands to any persou
wishing information respecting tbem. - - -.
DOCTOR. ; FHANH WILLIAMS'S
C BIiF.BR AT RD RYR WHISKEY
The Subscriber has made arraagei ents to keep a
supply of the Genuine Articleami is the only Agent
for the sale of the above brand of A No. 1 Rye Whis
key in this place.
May 49-tf - - - -
OF . ,
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 tire Union in point of numbers,
and her membership is rrreater. than that of
any Synod South; or West of Pennsylvania.
I Our sister States on the North and South,
neither of which has a membership so larjj 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 the oran of our
Synod, and Presbyteries- to elevate and en
lighten the piety of our .membership by diffusing
evangelical knowledge to promote the cause
of Education Ito develope the JLuletits of our
Ministry, 'and .to strengthen the attachment of
our people to the soil and sanctuaries of their
own State. !
If our Chnrch in other. States, and other
same or better opportunities of accomplishin
this work, shall we leave it undone? In the
language of one of our most able and useful
Ministers, an 'adopted sou of our State, "It
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 mouths, ft fund of
about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the .contributors
held at Greeiisborough.ou the 14th of May,
Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, the. Paper' was un
miijaiousiy located at Fayetteville, under the
name and title of the North Carolina Pres
byterian. Rev. Win. N. Mebane and Rev.
George McNeill were elected Editors Rev.
Messrs. George McNeill, Win. X 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 pur wish and design to make the North
Carolina Presbyterian H journal of the first
class, equal to the best in the .-country in typo
granhlcai appearance and in adaptation to the
ya a w . . . a MB T 1
wains 01 our unurciies. Its columns will anora
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 ot tne 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
Church. ; ;
Our first appeal is to our own people to N.
C. Preslyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
upon their favor, we trust that the native sons
of North Carolina who have found homes in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who form so important an element in our
Alimstrynd ! memberKhip, will take a deep
interest in this enterprise, and jrive it their
Terss: $2 per annum In advance, or on de
livery of the first number; $2 50 in six months
93 at the end of the vear. To clubs of 25 or
more, paying m advance and when : the Paper
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
and all others friendly to the cause, will please
assist in procuring as many subscribers as possi
ble, and forward the names, by August 1st, to
this Office. As soon as 1500 subscribers are
obtained, the first nnmber will be issued. If a
faithful and yigorous effort is made in the next
twn rnnnths lv thnco tTL- ..lro V IIvpI v interrst
in this work. we will without donbt. be able to
i begin the publication at the end of that time
1 .:i. : 1 r t..o T?nnii
witit n auuxenption list 01 at
'.'-tSr Address, Editors of the North Caroliuu
Presbyterian, Fayetteville, N. C.
Fayettaville, May 20, 1851
T "D IT I 17 HAS JUST RECEIVED
L A U Ii IV
a larire and fancy assort
ment of BOOTS S II O E S : Ladies Gaiters
aiin auu coiwrw ; uauiea anu ueni' imu ow.o
cf a new and beautiful pattern, and every style of ar
!llCie 111 i" nut. ... . - . ,
His stock is choice and carefully ' selected by him
. self, and buyers will find it to their interest to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Corner of Gillespie and
i Franklin streets-'ArU22,ie57,
Of i . ii - i .i .... ... ... 1
crs wifinrreiil?K saTe $t;40and those:
Are North Carolina Presbyterians inferior in (latlf
talent, energv and patriotism to their neighbor uV andUitJrdavTfn8!11'1 ?nt Juay.Thuw
., v fi" o .t r 4 n w,,u 0,uray at 1 1 A. M., immediately after tin
on the orth or South, or to Christians of frains arrive from both North and South: Nc ideten-
other denominations at home? With the tI,,u at anyi point, f Tickets at the FavrfviiK. irfi
FRESH TURNJP SEED.
lat DUTCH. :
ilXGLISII NORFOLK. "
- LARGE GLOUEi
KUTA BAG A,
ived and for sale
S. J. niXSDALE.
I. 1857. - tf
io wirw valuable real estate, the property, of
! ! b?c d. Is offeretl for sale and rnntiei. nrih.
siriide place, known as. "Rome. containinV
about 2C:) acres with all the improvements ThT 1
:n i....... ,. .T u . 1 . nl!
Vwv wuj uuHoju uuure oruiviaed. to suit purebasers,
tw....,,j -..v. vr. ifv; uuniiiess sianus m
the country, and is very desirable to those wishing to
enter the mercantile business.
No 2, Coimtists ef a hot and Brick Store (2 tene
ments,) in Cimbleton, on Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge. 4nd is a very desirable stand for business
No ,3 Is 3 vacant lots inCampbrllton. known in City
plot asNos ip9. 111. 112. and half of lot 1.3
No 4, Is a dwelling house and lot on Haymount,
corner of Platikroad and Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for the whole year. . -
No 5, IS a Corn Mill and Steam Engine and Boiled
of 10 or 15 horsepower. This is weir worth the at
tent.on of thoe living where water power is not avail
ableand will be sold at a great bargain.
'"V, "f'1 - "alu. , Assignee.
August 1, 18o7. rif.t
MORB NEW GOODS.
alHE Subscrilier is receiving his FALL AND
WINTER STOCK, consisting of nl,oSt l
thing in the way of -
O it O C hi R FES,
HARD WARE AJV HOLLO TV- WARE
Boots and Shoes. Saddlerv. Fish A-r
Any of which he will sell cheap for" Cash, barter for
roduce or on short time. Store recently occupied by
roy & Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
n ! G- W, I. GOLDSTON.
Oct. 18. 20-tf
50 Tons No I Peruvian (luano.
Eor sale by
G. W. WJI.LIAMS & Co.
: ' G5-tf
STAGE LINE FROM FAYETTEVILLE TO
Wc have just placed more stock on th!a
an cheerfully recommend it to the traveling public
bemg the best stocked, fastest and cheapest line
rom i-ayetteville. The best Coaches n,l rlit w.
es. most of w hich are entirely new All we ask t.ow
10 piease give us a trial, the line is far siinerior t
what it ever has been.
We think it will recommc-iut
& J. VV-.CLEUMONS. Contractors.
B. F. HE ARCH & CO..
I DEALERS IN
F0RRIG.V AXD DOMESTIC DIIVG00Q
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SHOES.
Umbrellas and Rtady-M,de Qlolhin
1 j HAY STREET,
j j F AfETTEFlLLE X. C.
Ot PEAIttE.1 r.
w. Pearcf jr
H. TUK M VftTO ,
OeitenM Commission Met cliititt
j j NORTH WATER STREET,
! Wilmington, N V.t
Will give personal attention to the sale or shin
all consignments of Naval Stores or other country
produce.! and any other business entrusted to his arp
will be promptly attended to.
April 18J 1857. ly
ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CAVhr.ljQ. r,
and common TOBACCO; and almost anything in the
Grocery line.? Cheap as the cheapest!
t, w LU G w- L GOLDSTON,
Fab'y 7, 1857. 3C-tf
! TAKK NOTICR. 7
THE Snhcriber haying, at June Term 1857, of th
uourtorrieas anu vartcr sessions Tor the County
of Oiimberland. oualified as Adminit,t ,i 1
. - r,,,. ' , 7 "i'vu i
instate outline r. Aioore, nereny notines nersons hav-
: i.tm.iMtn. ii,,. u.. rr08 nav :
Z rruM .r" .f arae !
ri thrTni :V . P'rioea oy
neiV recovery P ' bar
of their recovery
Debtors to the said Est ate will please make navmnt
immediately. , E. F, MOOUE.
June . . 53-tf
"t . DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
IIATSi CAPS, BOOTS.' SHOES, AND
Particular atteiiion paid to Ladies Dress
t Goods and Trimmings.
.HAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C
.November 3d 1J56 : tf
1 fVOTEt 'JES. ;
T HE undersigned having executed a power Jbt At
torney to EL F. Moof e. he is therebv authorized to make
all settlements for me in my name, and generally toj
irauwiKii uusmessasx mignt or couiu ao were i per
sonally present. J. J.MOORE
June 6,' . 53-tf . .
neary 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Cottoa Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos. 5 to 10.
. L ' 7- ALSO, " ' . '
. Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and Manufacturer's Findings. ' .
Winterjstrained. Sperm! Lard and Linseed Oils.
Sauttlie's IaingglaHs-, French Glue, Emoff. Roller
Cloth nd Glass Steps. '
i J. II. HALL, Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 2G, 185? ' ; 8-tf
S. J. IIIXSOAIE'S AS'JC Mixture; also.
Chamo'ious's Ague Medicine: Sballenlwrger's
Fever and Aague Antidote and RowaI's Tonic Mix-
ture. ; For sale by
S. J. HINSDALE.
... 1 I Cfc I.
PRKIGIIT D PVSSKXaEn ' LINE BE
TWEEN iVI L, 511 NGTJS k. p-A YKTTEVlLLr.
Stramrr Matfio!U.lraT FjelirvlUr a Monday tad Tbon
day tnoroiriKA. 15 minute after an-ri. , m
L-aTs Wl'.m-ngton tm Tnriday aad Friday tnorlnr-
Strnmrr Kaony Luttrrioh. Irarem KayttrTlU oa Taerdiy
and Krtday morninga. 15 minatm after aun-rU.
l.Tr ; W iUninyton Wednrrday aad Saturday urniars
Both rrrriuit"rri.ht and Parnrr. -
'Steamrr Rovn. with full seta of. Llgblem. ixtu rero!rly
crryloic rreirht only - . "
' The rtalrity of tnir Boat pt a!l ti- rf "ire.
Hi,w,v r,,,tt'rp ef i ' ,s
. " Pw" H??!?. rm-th t,- .tMa
Pstronairc heretofore Wtored. aad ean anre all hiiMr that
no effort-will b- i-pared in fntnro. and feel confident that onr
racilitie for deptrn are equal IT not aapertor to any line on
Cape Eear Bltcr. . W. f. ELLIOTT.
Arnt for f.utterloh It Co.
FayetUrnie. N. C..Oct.t5.185 21-tf -
Persons indebted . to Jas. C. McEacbin, as Gnardlan
of the heirsof 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 reqi irement of the emtoirer.
compel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
indebted will therefore oblige ns, 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.
Lanrinburgh. N. C March 7, 1857. 40-tf
P tints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
FOR SALE. 1
The Subscriber desiring to emigrate to the West,
offers for sale his outire LANDS, including about six
hundred acres, generally known as Chalk Level. lying
iu 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 rateorder.
- The Store is at a fine business stand, and i 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 Treesi a Tan Yard in perfect order,
which peys well when in operation. Also, a Blacksmite
Shop with Tools, Ac. -
Any person wishing to purchase such a place would
do well to call end examine it for themselvhs. I m
determined to sell, and will make terms easy for the
purchaser. A. II, DEAVAR.
, N. B The place is one of the healthiest in the
Tho next Session of this Institution will begin on
Mondav the 21st of September, under the joint charge
nir Thomas J. Robinson, and Mr Georpe A. Cairns,
ilie Academy buiUi--- ttyttuntti w-tt7
wwtn; na in its location combines tne advantages
of ample room for the out door exercises of the Stu
lents. and freinlom from all causes of hinderance rn
the dilligent pursuit of tbeir studies.
. It is the desire of the Instructers "to make this a
chool of rank, and they call upon Parent 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.
. (20 weks,) $12 SO
For Primary Students, per session
Advauced English " 1 00
..Classical " 2S 00
Contingencies " - f 50
One half of tuition fees to be paid in advance.
j Semi-Annual reports of the scholarship of each Boy
Twill le s uit to the Parent or Guardian.
Aug. nth'. 7 63-71
While Jcad and JLhisced Oil, for
sale by ' "
S. J. HINSDALE.
t 'o gres? Water, for sale bv
Aug. 15 C3-tf S. J. HINSDALE.
A A. 31 civet lia 11
Respectfully iuforms hi friends and the public, that he
has built up large substautiul brick Building at his
Old Staud, 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 warrauts his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
iu each branch of the business. His work will compare
favorably with any made in the United States for neat
ness and durability; - . : """ '" " '-,"." 4
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, hnislied, the largest
in-i, ri ' 1 n p 1 a r pq' i 4 oitph P; nnrk'AWAVS
sto?k Of CARKIAGLS,LAUOUCHLb, KUtKAiYAlo,
AND HlJtitllKS. fiver ottered in this olace. and a very
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large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
eTS; g-ne has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND ffil' Y Vehicles fiaished and iu course of con-
mrucuon. . - - . ; ,
made byhint is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should It fail by bad workmanship j
or material will tie repaired free of charge. ;
Persons wishing to buy would do well to can auu
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea
sonable terms. -
, FayetteYille. Octl.lS56. .
I.ARD & BUTTEU.
rvTP i rjncnp'.V niTTTER:
LEAF LARD, in quantities to suit. Yor
sale by' - .r..ux,
Sept. 5. ' " 6C-lm
- : - . . .
CIJ inrtIIttV dnlOC?riCS.
UtCI C5. ""YrJI.Ito
I AM now receiving my owt uiuhwvwhku,
aistinir in art as follows:
. 75 Sacks tionee assorteu, . -
2 Bbls and Cases Sugar, do
50 Boxes Jandy, assorted
85 Bbls. Whiskey and Brandy;
75 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco. "
5T - - Lemoa andf?o!a Biscuit;
24 cases ChampagneCider: ',-
20.000 Cigars, assorted, some very Une;
40 boxes No. 1 Bar Soap; ,t . .. ,
30 . " Transpareat do; T '
15- v " Pearl Starch:
20 half bbbi.;.--.4alJI ills?. Scotch SnnfT,
100,000 Percussion Caps, assorted ;
500 lbs. Potash, -in. tin cans;
200 Sacks Salt; ;
50 Bags Shot, assorted j ;
- "boxes Adamantine Candles j - "-
f 3 Musffrd. .. -
. - " . M". '.
r And a great many otner Uoour, u ol wnicn win
sold low at.Wtrolei'ale for UAisll, or on time w
nrnmnl navinfr MicUtiTlpni. . . t. t 51 UUUiW
Scj&, ... . r . .... - Ota .
qtaMHnMiuaai .aaan g .
: . H..s J3. J.'.LiIfijL.r
ARE now receiving oe of the LARGHT ANT
MOST DESIRABLE STOCKS OF GOOP3 1" -y
bave eTrr hal the pleasure of o2'cring to iLvir c-;'. -raers,
embracing a great varieties of
Staple si ti tl I'nm-v Dry Goods,
HATS, BONNETS, 'tT.Mn'""' '
conn try merchant., and wholesale LuTtr?
iuvitcd to this ttock.
Fayetteville, S-pt. 5, 1S57.
C S- c t
Fayetteville Hotel, Fnrniturc
and Fixtures for Sale.
THR -ABOVE NAMED PROPERTY
will be sold to any responsible person. Njf .-hi f , r
terms, if applied for betweeu the present t;ne a:,! t
loth of Decemticrnext. If not sold by t!it 1 V l. - .
they will be sold at Auction after the'first day o: J x
uary next, ia Lota to pnit j urchasers.
Any information wanted be checrfullv p'.i:;
hJ applyingto J. H. ROBERTS i CO.
Fayetteville. September li, 1857. t7-tf
Town papers copy tf
For Sale Low.
470 Bags Peruvian Gna no,
15 Bids. New Orleans Mnla.cse,
170 Bolu CoUon Biiijr2 11. per
25 Half and quarter bbls Xo 1, Mackerel,
25 Barrels prime Pork.
2 Hhds. Bacon (Shoulders)
100 Bales 11 uy.
10 Coils Bale Rope.
T. S. LUTTERLOII.
The untlersincd wishes to
purchase 2500 bid. No. 1. Rosin,
. 4000 4 " 2. & 3 Do
T. S. LUTTERLOII.
Sept. 12. St
DR1CK. MASOJi A?D PLASTEREI!.
NY PERSON desiring work done in tbe ?t
ftvle in the above department, ran secure my
services by ddrefMngme at ! jtyeitcville, N.C
Or l. McD., will tKe contracts any uh, re in ti e
country, within lUU ro.le trcm FajettevilU-, and
prompt attention win ne given to laet-aiae. "
1Spia Lt7. ... .
;- ----- - FOR SALB '
AT REDUCED PRICES.
For CASH or ou Short Time,
230 CafrIiisres5J Darouclirs,
ROCK AW AYS & BUGGIES of every description,
Many of which are flniihed, and the balance beir ?r
uaity; among which are many nttr aid
oeauttjui styles, anyone rrrt fine Carriage. Sou e
of them very light, and all inatle in the K-t manner
and or the best materials. My facilities for doin
Carriage work are greater than any etalihment
south and I can afford and am determinetl to sell wort
of rhe bett quality aa low as It can be built for tv
3ty Those who arc indebted to me will please rav
upas my business requires my out-standing debt to be
collected. A. A. McKETHAN.
August 25, 1656. tf
31KDICAL COLLEGIA OF GEUKGIA,
The Twenty-Sixth course of Lectures in this Insti
tution, will commence ou Monday, the 2d November
next. -,, 4..-- ;
, Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G.M. Newton, M.D.
Anatomy. H F Camphtdl, M. 1.
Surgery, L. A. Dugas. M. D.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine. L. D. Ford. M.D.
Materia Medica, Therapeutic and Medical Jurispru
dence. I P Gravin. M. D.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants, J. A.
Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. II.
Chemistry and Pharmacy. Alex. Means, M D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy. R Campbell. M. D.
'Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. Sin:mcrs
Clinical IiOCtures will be delivered in the City Hov
pital and at the Jackson strett Hospital.
Fee for whole Course. $105.
Matriculation Ticket (to betaken once,) 5
For further particulars, spply toany ruemrrt f
or to 1. 1. i;i;a I.N, iUan.
185. 66- tf
HAS removed to ihe Store recently occuprd 1 y
Moore & Brother, where he will be pleased to see Lis
friends and customers.
Sept 12 C7.3t.
To the. AtTIicted !
DR. CHARLES THOMPSON, of Bladen cc-n.vy
N. C, respccttully carls the attention of all xhw u.
flicted with Cancerous affection, to the nEaikallo
cures which he has effected, aud which had beta pre
viously given up by other pby.cians in Listen ccui ty
as incurable. These cases cu be certitcd it ty rt-
sponsible persons Uving in that county. Oie
was MrsMalcom McLeod. and another w&p Ir
Kay, both of which was of long ttai.dicg r.
d cf an
. aggravated . cnaracttr. Any perroa m u-
eg to te
cured of that dreadful disi-anj liioua as Cauctr, will
do well to apply to Dr. Thorn pe if. -
Tbe aef vic of Dr.T. will a ho be found hpMy
ful to all persons afS'cted with Ulcers and cli orv tf
long standing. Rheumatifiir. luwers. Ac.
. The Dr. can be consulted on tbe above caced com
plaints by either seeing or ddreing bim at f cb m
tnerh"orne, Moore Co., N. C. where be iatend j r & a: r -
IDC icw.vnu. vv.
do welt tomake immediate appllcauon. as age reruet
them more diSIcult to care. His dirccticn is V.h..
Hall P. O-, Bladen C.. N. C.
Sep 12. Snpd
. ' HF. MOORE hut edtoA.
occupied by William Taylor. 3 doora Laj. or I . i.
I old 'cViomera and all others wfc
,d!loore A Lro.. cj i 1
oe ieap.- " nidae TT. F. Jt-
Oct. 1,1856, 1 . A. M. CAMPBELL.