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Devotea: ". tii: eWs, Political : and Business :nattei,i Agriculture, anclf Family -
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F UBLI CATION OFFICE. 1
INDEPJEJXDKSCE IS THK SO JL OF ftpjiocil ACY !
VM, Ft WIGUTMAN Editor.;'
FYETTEVILLE, Nr Q., SATU tDAT,' OCTOBER g. .1857.
ioLiJiMr. xix -no. &Tu.
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t f scacniPTioi rp tiib" cJLuobKsrtA
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at tfte ena 01 o moaitus ,
' i f f attheendof 6 months 3 60
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i Witt. K.- t f ;.n4iisr the circulatloa m en
hanclng the uwfalaesa of the paper, the proprietor! oT-
ttate f IdTertfeiat
SlWkV'ttnts nor wuare of 16 lines. orW for the flri-t
and 30'cent, for eacY .absent mUon, J
advertis.-m -nt is published Tor more than two months,
when it will be charged ,
For three months, - - - -
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For'welvc mouths. - - " " " .lv.
All advcrtisemntii must have we U
Jcrt'ons marked on them, ortherrle hey w,ll be n
rte l till forb d aa,l chnred accordmicly. Special
attention it directed to thi requisition.
WM. F. WIGIITMAN & CO.
CI.RHE.VT Q. WllIOIIT.
Attornrf at lav, Fyttvllle,i C.i
OWcc at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3. 156.
ATTORNRY AT LAW,
ATTBSD3 the Coarta of Cumberland, Ilarnett,
Wake and Johnston.
Ad lres, ToomcT, Haractt Co., N. C. '.
Feb. 16. 1856. -T ,-
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BAR-TIP IV FULL BR, 1 i
Attorney at Law, .
nVKTTKVILLK, N Ct
' - r t n ' Chrn.
Mar be consulted at the law urace -r
bctd, Esq., ou Green Street.
Jnly 19, I806. -
AXDItEVV J. STEDMAX,
TIaving removed to PITTSBORO, N. C. wil
cularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and
April 14. I9a
JOHN D. SB AW.
ATTTORIEV AT LiW.
Rockinshara. Richmond County North Carolina,
will practice in the Courts oi Kicnmoim.
Robert. All business entrusted tohiHaro will re
ceive strict attention. July. U
P IR SALE.
a 1 1 Ap,- of Land; 1 vins on Cape Fear River Store,
r n:.... ii...i4.wM in first rate order. The Store
s at a lia business sta.id at the Cross Roads and the
i ..mimI htf aiiv in North Carolina.
1 Any pjrso.i desiring to purchase can obtain lurthcr
particulars respxtin the .property by calling cn
i tfer of us At Villis' Creek on the Wilmington Load
15 miles lr.a Fayetteville. . . mnr.t-
13-tf i JAMES WRIGHT.
..rnnth. f th FARMING AND TURPEN
TISE L VNTD in HarnCtt county, known as ine rarn-er
and McNeill la ids. joining Wm. Harr ngton s land on
Hnn,r Little River. There is some 200 acres cf the
i Jit .... m- of low irroua ls on the River. The up
k..riitf timrm! with nines, and within six
.trV xvt'ttxrUU! and Western Railroad.
For particulars apply U u j'JJU;
J. W. MdCAV.
Nov. 1816 29, 26 tf
A. M. Campbell,
Al'CTIOSBER &. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
East side of Gillespi: street, j
FxTKTTlCVlt.l.K, N. C. 4
October I. l&. ,
M .V n B L R FACTORY.
BY GEO. LAUDER.
'c uly opposite to E. W. Walkings' Auction Store
Favetteville. N. C.
Oct. I. IS56.
Also Fresh Supplies of CHINA, GLASS-
WAllE and Table Knives. .
Jame C Smith. - -Miles Costik
JAMBS C. SMITH CO.,
Have removed their office to the second story of tlie
building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
Commission line. ' Vn-
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmington, October 1, 1856 J
LIME AND CEMENT.
Just received and for sale
250, Caks Lime, fresh from the kiln,
Ida Barrels Cement
50 Calcined Piaster,
300 Bushels Plastering Hair,
i ' 75 Barrels Mackerel and Herring,
- 30O Saoks'Livctpool Salt,
200 44 Alum Salt: 2 bushel Saeks.
! , J. W. lOWERS. !
Oct. 17.185.6. 69-tf
SEPTEMBER Term, 18J7.of the Court of Pleas
ana Quarte Sessions of Cumberland county, the last
Ti i.(mpnt of James C. Dobbin, dee'd, was ad-
, whAte. and letters testamentary were gran-
mm - : ah rrAii Indebted to the
tn iHe. sioscrioei. r : - .t -
testator are requested to make early paymeat. -. i nose r
I claliiiln0 hi Estate must preseni them m r
haT-SrVhS notice will be pleaded in a bar of a L
due tmc.or th noc p r
otfee will be P1 fF"uT
ANNESa : nUSKE, eeumx,
For preserving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
Quart "Jmd Half Gallons, at $2 40. $3 40 and $5 25,
Sr dozeo. respectively. For sale at the Crockery
per uoieu, f j v Tll.I.TN'fil AST.
I GROCERIES, HARD-
The Bfiderslyned re ,,nftJS1"Wc:JS 1
mnt ftfcftserftira ; .nmciVJltlE.
HOLLOW-WAUE, SHC)ES;?ATUERSAD 1L
RX, which they will sell whoiesaleata emalUad
rance on ewt for cash, 5?.o
. - , . . ,t 1 f . UTir.T JAMS Cl).-,
aeaierp. . - i " .
July 15, 1857. -j ,f -tf j
.rni7MmtriA'wmild rcsectfullv inform hi old
rr'.MriaoJ miiumMi lhat he can be fottnd at the
Stnr of C. E. Leete. whtire he iwill
be Kiad to see
thi'm. I 2 ' J. R.
Jan. IT, 1857, 33-tf
POWERS &TKOY Proprietors.
The Proprietors if this Establishment an
nounce to the public, that owing to the con
stantly increasing patronage extended, to
them, they have been induced to enlarge the
accommodation by the addition of an extensive Dining
Room on the lower Boor, ana suite 01 itoom? on tne
second floor; thns enabling them to accommodate all
who may favor them j wiiti a call. Ana tney-pieage
themselves to an increased ex jrtion to give satisfaction
to their patrons. i ! ! -
' Spacioas Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
attendance. 1 .' i V t
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the
comfort of their patrons, thev hope will secure to them
a liberal share of the travel. '
The Western and Southerh S ages arrive at and depart
from this House. j
Carriases in attendance on arrival and departure ot
Steam Boats, for the accommodation of passengers.
Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrvine travellers to any partof the adjacent country.
: J. W. POWERS, f I W. C. TROY.
Fayetteville, May 12, 1856. 98-tf
Is now receiving his Spring
DRY GOODS, HATS,
Belting CLOTnS, &c., all o
and Summer supply of
BOOTS & SHOES,
which, being purchased
by the case, will be offered by Wholesole or Retail tit
LOW PRICES. .
March 28. 43-t
DRS. McSWAIN A McbU
FFIE have this day dis
solved copartnership by muta
Dr McSwam will attend to fettlements and collec
tions for the firm. ,. J !
Dr. 'Mc Duffle will continue
to occupy the former
oflice. . i .
H. McSWAIN. 1
WM. C. McDUFFIE.
Nov. I. 1856.
COLORTTPC, HEL.inOTYPE It AndtOTTPE R0091S.
Over Bkaslt & HouSto: ;'s Jewelut Stoke.
POSITIVES TAKE W OS GLASS
ON MELAINOTYPE OR
SHEET IRON I PLATE.,
'So come along without delay.
And get a' picturd that will pay."
P. S. Pictures taken ii clpar or cloudy weather.
Mav 16, i f 5U-tf
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TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine mile?
from Fayetteville. lying directly on the Southern
Plank Road, and on each side of Big Rockfish. One
of the best Turpentine sections in the county, with
convenient improvements fok-a family residence: with
a small corn mill on a never lailincr stream, ana a nrst
rate situation for a Turpentine Distilleryand Store
A. A. . -MCtt-IiTMA
Fcb'v 9. 1856. I tf
THE MAOXOl.tA RESTAURANT.
TheV say the Magnolia i Tree is the handsomest
growth south of Mason and flixonrs line, and it is evi
dently a fact. It is also said the Magnolia Restaurant
en Green Street, between urJ u. w. Kooinson s Meaicai
Establishment, and Mr P Taylor s Storei and nearly
opposite the Shcni well IlOusti, is the fittest and best
sept 01 any otner esiaoiisomeni in vne ooum. rifi)
wisbmg to nna canuot wen ipiss u; 11 is me .x rLii-v it ,
The subcriber would takd this method of thanking
the 'citizens of this place ndl the surrounding country,
u A .. .JL. a .1 . n.l t K...il '. f 1. lliuv tiatrk luictu-f.'1
lyjl vuc uiiiirti;uuuii.-u iiuciaiiair ' . i ..... .
cn him, and .would sol-icit a continuation.
He has always on band the VERY BEST LIQUORS.
WINES and CORDIAUS, thht can be found in the
United Stat s, either by the buantity or otherwise.
Also, Cigars. Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, Preserved
Fruits, Lenton Syrup, and taany other good thirigs,
and flatters himself that he has the most polite, obli
ging, accomplished and FRAJVA, vender to attend to
his establishment. -that can He found cither fcorth or
South. Temperance drinks put up at the shortest
notice. lie would call attention particularly ,to his
private rooms upstairs, whidh aire large, comfortable,
and in good order.
Mat 16. 1857.
Yellow Building, Greed St.. Foyettcville, N. C.
D. TV C, BNBOWH D. P. S.,
Ctradaatt ot tH! ltlittMore Colltee
Oflice hours from 9 A.M.
to 1 P.M
to 5 P. M.
i p. m.
DR. BENBOW may be fdund at his suit of Rooms
near the Market, where ill vha are in need of the
servfceslof a Dentist are respectfully invited to call.
AH operations performed; upon the latest and most
approved plans. To those i i need oi Afttuciai Teeth,
he would simply say that he is behind in no improve-
pniiallv a serviceable ak the natural organ.
He spends nine months ojT each year in this place,
(from first of October 19 iq nrsi 01 juiy.j
flct "Z5. IKSfi. 1- 4rBi
W. i. TIIXINGHAST
Is now receiving a, large and well assorted Stack of
lass, 'Mia -
and Silver! P.lntcV Ware,
Fancy 46od, 3c House
Fur n I shl ni er I Haiti ware .
He Invites the attentfon of Cbontrt Merchants to bis
Stock, and Is satisfied tha they cannot find a belter
aswrtrocntCUOaajpT;ne.r ira le.or cpeaper iwaen
m , a - 1 1 a 1
r tra le or cheaper (when
1 delivered al Jtheir dora.) id oa limine any where.
5 . - fiCW
i urv -
1 OsOOO lbs Tstilow V Anted,
h. For which the,highest ca! ;h price will be paid. -
, r ;CmU :
4000 acres -of Land for
Ail the Land belonging to the Estate of John Mori-
Counties ef Montgomery and Richmond;. and any per
son wisniag to porchae any of said Land, can have an
opportaaity any time within three" mdnthsf by calling
on the subscriber at dipt. Joseph llincs'. Richmond
County. ' Aart of said Land is lvingo.i or near the
line of the S. C; A Coal Fields R. R. The subscriber
will ta no pleasure in showing said lands to any person
wishing I nformattaa rc'3p.;ctijig them. 't'.
-- D. B. RAIN WATER ST--
JxjVj 4. 1857v 3ua . v - (.
DOCTOR, j FRANK. WILLIAMS'S ;
C R L K B R A'Jp R D R Y K WlilMCSY
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-tr
THE NORTH CAROLINA PRESBYTERIAN
.u a i v. . - - tr - n - .
The Presbyterian Church in North Carolina
has loitijr 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 IVesbyteijian AVeeklies
are taken in the hounds of our three Presbyte
ries. We have 13,000 Co;uinuiicnnts, and it
is afe to infer that there , are30,000 Presby
terians in principle in the State. Our Synod
stands fifth in the Union in point of numbers,
and her membership is irreater 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 latere as
ours, publish the Central, and the j Southern
Presbyterian, for the benefit of their people.
The time has coraewhen the Presbyterian
Church in North Carolina should l.krwisw d
her dutv to her children. It is u conceded iind
important -fact, that hundreds of our member.
will take a State paper who will take no other
The Pappr is -needed to be the orzau of on
Synod aud Presbyteries to elevute and en
lighten the piety of onrmemership by diff isiii"
evangelical knowledge -to promote the eausi
of Education to develope the talents of on;'
Ministry, and to strengthen the attachment o
our people to the soil aijd sanctuaries of . their
own State, r . - - -
IfonrChnrch in other States, and othe;
Churches in this State, can supply their mem
bers with a religious journal, why may not wei
Are North Carolina Presbyterians inferior it
talent, energy and patriotism to their neighbor.
on the North or South, or jto Christians o
other denominations -at home? With th
same or better opportunities 'of acconiplishin.
this work, shall we leave it undone? In' tin
langnajre of One of our most able and usefu
Ministers, an adopted son of our State, ''I
oght 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 fund o
about $5000 has been subscribed as n perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the contributor
held at Greensborough on the 14h of May,
Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, the Paper was tin
animously located at Fayetteville, under tin
name and titld of the North Carolina . Pres
feYTERiAN. Rev. Wm. N. Mebaue and Ilev.
George. McNeill were elected Editors: Rev.
Messrs. George McNeill. Wm. N Melinite, A
Baker and C H. Wiley, and Messrs. Geori
McNeill, Sr., John H. Cook and David Mur
phy were appointed an Executive Committee,
to establish the Paper aud manage its business
It is oiir wish and design to make the North
Carolina' Presbyterian a journal of the firsi
class, equal to the best in the country in ft'po
graohlca; appearance and in adaptation to tin
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 of the Paper is designed to be atl expo
nent of its character and contents. From con
victioiij it will advocate the; eojuervative, or
thodox, Old School doctrines and order of the
- Our first appeal is to our own people to N.
Ci Presbyterians. Whilst we rely eonndentlv
upon their favor, we trust that the native sou
of North Carol iua who have found homes in
other States, and the adopted citizen's of our
Stat who form so important an element in our
Ministry and-membership, will take a deep
interest in this enterprise, aud give it their
f . . '
Terms: $2 per annum in advance, of on de
livery of the first number; $2 50 in six months
3 at the end of tl e year. Try f if r
f mnr iinviii.r in ndviwo nnA ...i..... tr
Kl'S 71 e Vdd HI. V r , n 1 r
,l8St"- e "ddres a discount of 10. per
j cent. Htnweu. var Muusters ana
( aiders are earnestly desireil to act as' Agents,
alj a) others friendly to the cause will pleas
tnus urace. as soon as-1500 subscribers are
obtained, the first number will be issued. If
faithful and vigorous effort is made in the next
two months by those Hho take a lively interrst
in this work, weVill without doubt, be able to
begin the paMication at the end of that tiiwe
with a paying subscription list of at least 3000.
t&T Address, Editors of the North Carolina
Presbyterian, Fayetteville, N. C.
ayettaville, May 20, 1851 , . i -
. Arrrr m J O . '
Tit 1? V f II TT HAS JUST RECEIVED
llX r n U Ii IV. a large and frnsy assort
at of B O O T S & S H OE S; Ladies Gaiters.
cftt!n and tnrM I a.i; j P."A.itnteanfS
- aUK Iwt-flLSi UAil&lllV
of aeir and beautiful Tt.T ..j 0k-1i nfar-
1. tide In his line. . , i. ; - ' -. , ' .
:' His stock is choice and carefully selected by him
self, and buyers will findit to their interest Co call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.;? Corner, of Gillespie and
1 Franklin street ,s
FllESlL TUltmP SEED.
lat dotcu, ' -
red top. ; - ' ? :
LARGE GLOVE. " ' - .
- ' RUTA BAGA.
received and for sale by
s. j. iiin'sDaLe:
- !. real estate, tb
i real estate. tbH"rrop,rJv"of r
u v.-vd f,rmte nd co.isista of the .
raiuiwingira t I . :' y-" . '""" -
Thitt des?ir,iote p!aos known ' a Roma, eontaicing
about 2) acres With all rh. imi.rnvmnta Thl
plac j will bvMiild eattre or divided, to suit purchasers.
it oeing pro vtiy one or the hst. htiAiness' ctands in
the couutryl an t is very desirable to those w ishing to
enter the mercantile bijsines. -
v No 2y0p.Hipts wf a Lot and Brck Stcrj (2 terte
m?utflHn Cambletou, o?i Bridge Street near Claren
don Bridge, aud is a very desirable stand for business.
-N'o ,3 Is :i 'cut lotHinCampS llton. k.iowa in City
plotasNo 0 . Hi. and halfuflot 1 3
No 4. Is a d idling house and lot on Ilaymrtunt.
coruer or Pla ikroad and Adams St. A very desira
ble residence for the whole year.
No V U a Com Mill aad Steam Encr'nennd BoTler.
of 1.1 or; i horse power. This is well vorth the at
teu;oi of thoe living where Wa er power is not avail
able, and w 11 be sM at a great bargain.
or terms ajiply to J. II. II ALL. Assigned
August I. 18.j7. tll.r. .
MORi: NEW (JOi)DS.
"JJIIB Subscriber is receiving his FALL AND
U. WINTEU STOCK, consisting of almost eveiy
thing iu the way of
& hoc f: hies,
- llARmVARR AJ-D HOLLOW-WARE
Boots and Shoes, Saddh-i v, Fish &c, i
Anyof which he will sell cheap for' Cash, barter fVir
Pix luce or oa short time. Store recently occupied Uy
Troy & Marsh, near the Dobbin House.
W, I. CeOLDSTON.
iVo I Peril viju (iiiano.
Eor sale by
G. V. Wil LI. VMS & Co.
32,EIVia20rjS S4 CO'li DIRE CI
STAGS LINE FROM FAYETTEVILLE TO
We b:vc jut placed more slpck on this route, and
:a i cheerf.illy recommend it to the traveling publu
is being the bent stocked, fastest and cheapest lint
Vo.n Fayetteville. The best Coaches and fastest hor
-em03t-u,fjkvhi$h are ;ej.tijelx.new.All ueuk uu
-.to please give us a. trial, the line is far superior U
viiat it ever has biien. We think it w.ll reeommend
rself. Passengers wet will save $ i:4f and those fr,
;alem will find it 32.4:1 cheaper than any other r.ute.
Leaves Fayetteville Moiidav. Wfdnesday And Frfr'
lay at 124 P. M. Leaves Hig 1 Point Tuesday. Thol s
lay and Saturday at 1 1 A. M.. inrnediately arter thf
grains arrive n-om Imth North and South. No deten
iou at any point. Ticket at the Fayetteville Hotel
H. T. & J. W.CL'i IMJX.S. Contractors. "
B E. PEARCH & CO..
I, DEALERS IN
.ourau.v and jj.mi:siic djivgcod
; HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SHOE3.
Umbrellas and Ready-M,fic CUthhi
I HAY STREET,
riErTEV.LLE .Y, C
W. PEARCF Jit
HV II. T V it K I V Ci TO N,
J Otneral ComnilssioH Mritliai.u
NORTH WAT1IR STREET
i Wilmington) N 7.
v.ii give, personal attention fothe sale or slrpm. nt of
... Y"'-'fi'"-' ui itavai .Mores or other country
rt ldd. a:id any other b isiness entrusted to his care.
ill lie! promptly attended to.
April 1 187,
t U t 11 I VTfV'n - 1 1 : -
fJroceryltne. Cheap as thPr0LDST.
Fab'y 7. 1317. 3;i-tf bUhUSilUJ;
: -, ! '
! -T:lK Xn'Vti'tf
" Trrc - -it.. '
THE.MibtCribpr havincr. at Jnrie Term l.s"i7. of the
oourt or i'leas and Q, -arter Sessions for the Count v
riumlerla.idi qualified a AI:niuitr.itor npou the j
Estate bf Willie F. Mdore, hereby notifies peons hav-
ingciatms against the waul Estate to present the sarrie
properly anthent. tated w ithin the time prescribed by
law otherwise this notice will bo pleaded in the bar
of their recovery. .
UebtoTs to the saldSstate will please make p iyment
immediately. E. F. MOOliE.
June 6. ; , ; . 5:t-tf
V:L r C. POK,
STAPLE AND FANCY TMiY GOODS
: . u liATSi CAPS ttOOTS. SHOES, AND
Vj- Heady-Made Clothing.
Partiemar attei 'tion paid to Iidies' Dress
j GooJs nird Trimnn!j"f
II.VV STREET. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
.November 5U. It 56. tf 7
THE undersigned "having executetl a power of At
torney to- E. F. Motire, he is thereby authorized to make
1 1 ..ilnnw.ntn ln IT, in IflV II 51 m l 11 1 111 fT" il f F A 1 1 V, . t O
iVIl SCHKU1CUIK1 iw " " 1 "J T o - '
. Lt .ii ..a I trtiirbt mr tubl An were I ner-
imilNICt u. uu?iui an . :- :
sonally present. J. J. Jiuuuh.;
: Jane 6, 53-tf.
j J. IHXsntliEV't A?s Mixtu- J also.
Ilhtmn'oas's ' Aaoe Medicine; Shallenberger's
Fever a id Auue nfidote. and Rowand Ton tc Mix
ture, j For sale by S. J. HINSDALE.
Aug. 15.; "3-tf
i j FOR SALB. j
Ilavy 4- Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Cottoa Yarn, Warp and FUHg, Nos 5 lo 10.
-;'v..sr."- ' "-v, xr.sov -u'
Belt. Picker, Roller aad Lace LEATHERS
' Oil and Manufacturer's Findings. -Winter
strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
"Shuttlie" Isinglass, Frencb Glue Emory, Roller
' V Cloth aad Glass' Steps, ' "" ' '
? ' " ' J. H. IIALlr, pres. B. C. M. Co,
'.-:Jttl76r - - - - tf-.
j I'tlEIGII-r J . ! VpsskNOKR - LINE tlK"
T VVISEN .YI yiSG VOX Si, P. VETTUVILL1 .
- I , . ' . , ... . ..
" .StvKinrr Mrj,vlrp lrvrr l-'syrtiFTUte on Moaia7"d Th- rf
d tj tnornin?. & inlndti aftt-r ran-rifc. -,
Li;t WilU-ngton on 1 arday aal Friday wnriiiBr "
Steamer fauny t-ttnih. Jhra- l-'ayettrvilU on , Twtdij
and Friday morn inK. 1& tninatt a aftrr Fun-rinc .
I.raTra. VVilniinjrnh A i-ialaj and 8tiirlny motnlng
Both c-trrylujt Krrij.ht and Pai.n(rT- , ;, .. ".; - -
' M.ow,"'ilhr"u,3t, Lighter, run rrcaiari;
VirV', 1 V. .t..-r.V .V
thrdAatehM4VfntptVia dUvvrjxp pocas arr'ioo wli
k,,w tu rquir"nittirit -1 r .'"-. ?v ; y r
Tooar ptr.. we' U-nJrolf th.hk fer tia.Ty..lilrtt
PntiHvnaec hfri-tofori' brtovi-tl n id an nrar allKKfixtf rr Ihat
no f frrt w;II W pnreJ tri rturr.tt fv- rongtitt .tlmt 001
fiicil.tir? for lpfctJi are equal il not FUxrior tn n tiur on
Cape Erar Rir. r , V. P HI.I01T.
Agent for Luttrrlcb tC Co.
FarrttrTillr. N. C-Oct. 25.1806 21-tt
Persons indebted to Jas.C McEachin. as Gnardiai.
of the heirs of John .Morrison, lec'd. are hereby re
spectfnl!.y iufVirmed, that s-aid guardian Iws in a great
majority nf instances eudorsed. and transferred their
notes to the undersigned. Abo. that oilr urgent "ne
cessities, apart from the reqi irt m i;t? of the en-'ofer.
compel tis to Collect as epeedi'y as possible.. All those
indebted will therefore bl;ge us. and then Selves too.
iy pay?ng up muneuiaieiy. e must and will sue
whefe the money is not fort!.cming.
A. I MORRISO
J. M. MORRISON
N. A. MORRISON.
Laurinburgh. N. C March 7. 1857. 40-tf
Salebv " S. Ji HINSDALE.
Aug. 15, fi3-tf
FO !t S A K.
The Snbscrlljer desiring to emigrate to
Hirers for sal his entire LANDS, including aIout si
undred acres, generally Known as Chalk Level, lying
u the upper end of Ilarnett county, 3 miles East of
Cape Fear River, and on the rb'-iil trading fi rm Fay
etteville to Chapel Hill. Store. Dwel.ing. Out-Houses,
all in first r.-.te order.
The Store is at a line business stand, and is not to
hi; excelled by any country store in the State. There
are also upon the prem:ses An excellent well bf water
within K or 2U steps Of the llnusi", a line you rig or
chard of Fruit Trees, fa Tan Yard in perfect order,
wh'ch jK'ys well when in operation. AlfO, a IJIacksinite
Shop with Tods. ic. .
Any person wishing to pitrclmse t-ttth a place would
! well to CAll erid exanlintvlt for themselvhs. .I-.afti
leterm'ned to sell, and will make terms easv lir the
A. II . DEW A It
N. U The place is btie of the heatthicsl in the I
Southern count r.v.
W ; its L .Lead. ant! 1 1 ispct I Oil, tor
S. J. HINSPALE.
t ' jfresc WnltT, for sale hv
Aug" 13 6J-tf S. J IlINSDALtei
A. A. Jlclvp.lliiUi
iiespectfully ini'orui hit frieudt- and the public. that he
:ias ouilt up large uutaut.al urick liuilding at his
vJld .Sta.id. expressly for manufacturing' LarriageSij
a. ..".. . I - - . . . . w . .1
rhaukfulfor the very HberHl patronage he has received
tor the last 21 years, be hopes by strict attention to
...:n. .Vi .,;.V t-iv,,.tii.,. t., m. rlt
uoutiuutiiice of the same; lie - warrants his work to be
nlade of the best material .and .by experienced Wbrktlun
in each brauch of the business. His work will compare ;
favorably with any made in the United States, for neat
ness and durability;
lit is determined tb sell and do Ally work in his line
on as good terms as aiiy. work-done elsewhere that is as
well done, lie now has 0.1 hand, tin shed; the largest
stock of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES; ROCKAWAVS.
AD liUGGIES. ever ottered in t'lis place, and a very
large stock of work nearly finished; which. will be soldi
verv low for Cash, of oa short time to punctual cu rom
J 1 i ,i. ftvi' iiiTvt v.v.n !
eTSi jfsj tie uas 011 iiiinu iuwu- nmn - ..-- .
AND FIFTY Vehicles ti.iished and Jtt course of con-
,7& Ml work made byhinl is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship
of material will be repaired tree or cnarge.
I isoiis wishing to buy Would dn well to call find
o-Amine To themselves. ',,''. ,
OrdeisthailkliillV r'ceived And promptly Attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice aud on very rea
Favetteville. Oct 1 1RSB;
Pure Liquors, i&c,
j lillsS LONDON POIITEU
j ;li,rt!!j) llirect from Import
! -r i 1 Warranted Geluiine. - J
AiJ. fJ.ddeu Sh rry. Port. Modeifa and Claret
Wine r4r.ie"lt Bfaudv. llollaud Gin, and Scheidam
" lne' riv"r . ...
Sohaapps. For tale by
J S; N, SMITH.
(100K & JOHNSONare just receiving a large and
well selected Stoek ofGo.j ls. Co.islstiug in part of
1 1 .1 ril w.i r ti Cutlery, liititifris. C-'rnk-imv.
iis!ii Biilter airl f :iiecie.
AH of wire' will be sol 1 low Tor , Cash, tit oa the
..,..1 tim . t..i n.iiirtual customt rs. - -
We will b glad to have u call from all oi onr old
. fr euds a.i 1 the publVc generally, as we have a bettef
assortment than we have ever i;fered before.
I Sept, 12, 7 4t
H. GRAHAM ha removed to the Store fb merit oc
- ,-Lri hv llr. Foul kis. ou the corner east of the Fay
ettjvillellote'.IIiy street, wnere be is jnstreceniiig nis
't - ... . . i . -:. i. :.,
O F R E A D YM AVE
: W inc.
Consisting in part of
Hrf, -Cants. Drtss. 1' rvtk
awl Buxines Coats; Pants,
Yets, Shirts and CoUirs9
, Dmtcersf -Flannel Shirts and ,
)raweri Suijienderst Cravats, ' .
' Merino and Cut Inn Iluse, 4c.--4"i.
II a o keeps coasta-itly o.i baud.- a fide 'ssof rtire"ht
of BOO X 1 A JZ SHOES, Umbrellas,
and Carp-t Bags. ,
All those wishing" itr u chase cheap and fine Miits
of clothes, would do w.dt to call and examine Graham's
St.osV, as he is prepared to teH s low 4s any ih this
market. " " "" "' ' " ': . ;r ' ,
: A SMALL LOT of No. X MACKEREL, of superior
quairty, just rcceivetl and for eaie 'br ,
AREnowr receiving oj of the
jjusr DCMhAULt, aiuth.s - or. tiMHs ii. ey
have ever had the pleasure "of o.Tering to thvir cuiV
mers, ernbrattiug a great varletiis of
' Staple- a utl lntit v Drv (tomls,
II ATSH O X NliTSi ,U M 1 J H IL L A
iica J3 A.ila Je 1 l-thir , Ac,
well. assorted; all of whicli aie urIVmi at irn-u.-.w
iel for cah Or -d pnp r. -; lie wt nt of t.i.r
country merchantst hud wht)!cile bul tis fe-er.t-ra.Iy, is
iuvitted to thi.4 stock. "
FayeUevilk', Sept. 5, 1S57:
. aiKr JTiifuros tor Sale.
; Till: AISOVK XAMKIh l'llOlMJIlTV
will be sold tb hiiv resio.isille "dstmh). hii oi fa:r
! terms, it applied for between the .present tin e and U'O
I.'ithof Deceml.cr next. Il not.-oll by t;te lA of Inc..
they will lie sold at Auction after thelirt day of Jan
uary n est. in Lots to s-ui-t pun hast rs.
Any information wanted Will Le chcerfiiHv glvtn
by applying to J. II. ROBERT .V CO.
Fayetteville. Scptemlje'r 12. 1So7. . L7-lf
. " Town papers copy tf
i ) a vTT) iic m ri-Ti
, IiitiCK AM) iM.Asinr.Ei:.
NY PERSON !esifii.g V 1 1 k clone in lie lot
style in the "al oi e dt arinu hi. i.u u tiiie iny
services L5 'addr:n tr.e al 1 ; . till i. . N.t".
Hr D. McD , will take contracts any vh re, in the
country. within Ivu m.U s li t in 1 e.v tti vljle, ai.d
prompt attention will be given to ihc rhe.
rep. 12, lro7.
AT It EDUCE f PRICES,
For l-'ASlt or u Sliorl 1'iitie,
25') Ctri i i;?c.? . Iiaroucln -f9
ROJIvAWAYS BUGGIES of ivtry description ,
.uany 01 wnica are. naisned; an 1 the baiar.ce Je:i g
linifhed da;l.y; among which tire "many nttr
beautiful style and one very fine I'mrtagr. So:
Ol them Very light, and all made in. the b st manner
nd of the lest materials. My facilitio- f;r doing
'Carriage work are sreaitr tlian an.v etaliliin-iit
i south and I can allord And am detei mined tosiP. woik
of the dtsf quality as low as It can be built for 1 y
-Those who are indebted to
me will p'ease pay
Upas tny.uaaiesf requires my btit-.-tat.dinr T. l.ts to 1(
collectod. , A. A. .VcKLTIIANi
August 2.r, 1856,, tf 1
M 1 1 D I CA L COL U E ill I OV G i lU ii (j 1 A ,
The Twenty-Sixth course or Locfures in this Inst!
tut."tn; w ill cemmei. fee On Monday, the :d Novtinl.tr"
next. . V
Emelitns Professor of Anatomy. G;M. New ton, Y.A).
Anatomy. 11 t Ltinipu-H. M. D.
Shrgery, L. A. I iias. Xi. D. ,
' lnsiuuies ami 1 ract ce ot Mi U'fc.nc. L. Ihl rnl.M.H.
. " Jll.ru ".jr"1' . -"'"M" cs ai.ti jwttiaal Ji.r,fiu-
dence; I P Hi a 111. M. "D. 1
t)b.-tetflcs and Dist ast s of Wtm n and Infants J V
Eve.M. D. "
I'hysrolbgy antt-Pathclog'cnl Anatt.n-v. H. V. M
MHler M. D. '
Chemistry and Pharmacy. Alex. Mtar.s-. X D.
Iemoii5tru!0r of Ai.attJiry. 1; t"; inp! t il. J. D.
Assistant Dt iuon.-trattr of Ar;atem . . J. S ji h oi s
M; I t I
ClM'cal Lectures Willie deFvtrtil in the Cily IIos
pit: 1 and at the Jackson M i t 1 1 Ilcupltcil;
Fe for" whole onrse. SI 05.
I Matriculation I itki t (Jo be laken or:be;) ?5
j . ror turtiier part.CDlars. 1 tpl four v rnt n 1 1 1 ol
the Faculty or to I. P. -GRAVIN. Ltan.
Sept 51 u. 1 So 7. n; tf
To llir A Illicit (I !
ItPi CIIARLES.:THOMPSON. t.f 1. laden conn'v
N. C recpectfUlly Calls il.e aUt-ntlon f nil il..c i.
fllctcd with Cancertms ufltctlon-. 10 the 1 1 n ;u V ;.l le
cures wh eh lie has effected, and which l ad I tt n j e
vioiisly gijten Up I y otln r 1 j c ans 11; Llat'cn t tn 1 1y
as incurable. '1 Iivfc east t- tan Le -cei t t.ttl lo 1 11.
spons.ble ptrsons -iving in that county, (m t. ol "il.i m
was MrsMalcom Vcl.etd. anl uno In ta Mr.lrt. .A.e
Kay. both d" which its of loi.g ttuitlii. aid.c.f an
aggravated charactt r. At y jm in v.i?hug to le
curetl of that dn adtnl tliM at-e ki.e w 11 as (.ai.etr. -wilt
j ilo well to npply to Dr. Iht-u jbn.
I The ervici-i f IT T. br.U m t: l.e ft i:t e 1,'j .ly: 1 re
vfulTo all jh rMttii. rffl ctt d with t'lt t is s-t d t.lt. fc'ti es t f
long htanding. Iilieumatlri!i. 1 1 n t if. 'r.
' The Dr. can be consult! d on ll.j al ti- 1 tirnl rt n.-
pia:nis. iy eiuicr sieuig r jMttjiess rg n tn ni ? 1 11 li ¬
es. Moore Ln:..N. t .. wl n- Le liitt i.t n n al 1 -
ing a few Weeks. Iho.-ein n. tdtif .hls Miv-cts v. ill
do well 1 15 111 ike immediate appl cation, as age 1 t-i elt r
them more difllcu.lt lo cure. His dlitttltn is W h.'it
Hall IVOu-liliuUh Co.. N. C;
Sep 12. am d
E. F. MOORE has removed to the Strre rrc nl!y
occiiD:ed bv WilTam Taylor. .' fli.( is Ea.-t'of II. L.
I X yrover & Co.. where he vo:i!d be phased to up Li"
j o d enstymers-aad all othtrs who wj.'h lo I i;y Cettls
I C fieab. . ' .
; The Notes anu Afcounis one . r . . t.. I-. .,oore
and Motnv & Bro.. cait bo found as tl.oe.
Sept. 5. f.ti-lm
LrJAF LAUD, iu q lantitics to Fuit. For
sale bv E. F. MOUliE.
Sept. 5. CC-lm
i. 4 f . .
I AM n3v r?Cfiirig my Stock of GRuCLl.IL; con
sisting in part as follows: '
. 75 Sacks' CoflR-e assorted;
21 Bbls and Cases Siigar. do -50
lichees -andy. assorted
R3 Bbls. Whiskey and Bra inly;
; 7S Boxes Mauufitctured loiftco.'
. I i-' lyetia i and So a Biffcnit;
24 caes Champagne C dif; - .
0(KK Cigars. aMHrted. omp very fine;
4 boxes No. I Par Soap;
- 7H1 " TranspinfVnl do;
1" " Pearl Starch:
2iL half bbls. -Ettghj Mills"' Scotch S n-
iOO.Obu Prcusson Caps, assorted
50: lbs. Poah. in tin caiis;
200 Sacks Salt; .
5rt Bag's Shot. as.Ai t d: -.
2K boxes Adama'hfln Candlcey
, Veat Ponders!
CAnd a great many o he Gf-. ,p u