i , PRESS IS ISEPErs.4BLE PROM TUB RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE. THE MIEEDOM OF TH lAYETTEVILLE, X THIESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1857. VOLUME XIX NO. 9 75. JBI. FJ WIGHTMAN, Editor. V TERMS SUBSCRIlPTIOSi TO THE CAR.OI.IKIAK For a single teopy, if paid in advance, per annum, $2 0 " - at the end of a months, 2 50 " ;" a at the end of 6 months, 3 00 ' . ! ,. at the end of the year, 3 50 -No subscription will be received for a shorter period tfcajione year unless paid in advance. Vfith ,the view of extending the circulation and en aancinijf -the usefulness of the paper, tlie proprietor of fer's the following remarkably low CLUq RATES, IJVVARIABLV IV ADVANCE: 5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 year, $8 00 10 " " " " 15 00 Rates f Advertising i . Sitty cents pr. square of 16 lines, or less, for the first and 30 cents for each subsequent insertion, unless me advertisement is published for more than two months, Woes it will be charged r For three months, $4 00 For six months, ,r - - - 6 OO For-twelve monthsr -' - M00';. Alt advertisements must have ikederfred number of la ptfoRs nmrlrvl on thenr. orttiel vlac; 'h& -will ijij Sertcd till forbid 'and haraod' ooorClaijl. Sfeiai ! attention, is directed to this requisition. , , VM. P. WIGHTMAN & CO. J GROCERIES, HARD- ware of Tfio itn.ior;nui are. nnw receiving a large assort ment of r.ROGERIES .HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, Hnr.i nw.wi re shoes. LEATHER & SADDLE RY, which they will sell at wholesale at a small ad vance on cost for cash, or on usual time to prompt dealers. G. W. WILLIAMS & CO. July 25, 1857. 60-tf A CARD. THE undersigned would respectfully inform his old friends and customers that he can be found at the Store of C. E. Leete, where he will be glad to see them. J. R. McDONALD. Jan. 17, 1857, 33-tf CLKMEJfT O. WRIGHT. Attorney at Lnv, Fayetteville. W. C. OlSce at the corner of Bow and Green streets. TeVt 3. 1S56. J. A. SPEARS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATTBN'DS the Courts of Cumberland, Harnett' Wake and Johnston. Address, Toomer, Ilarnett Co., N. C. Teb. 16. 1856. 85-t EARTH IV FULLER, Attorney at Caw, FA YETTEVILLEi N , C May be consulted at the Law Office of Jese G. Shep herd, Esq., on Green Street. . July 19, 1S56. 7-tf ANDREW J. STEDMAX, Attorney at a.aw. Having removed to PITTSBORO, N. C will attend regularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Ilarnett Counties. April U, 1856. tf JOHN D. SHAW. ATTTORSEY AT LAW. Rockingham. Richmond County North Carolina, will practice in the Courts of Richmond. Anson and Robeson. All business entrusted to his care will re ceive strict attention. July, 11, ly-58 DISSOLUTIOiV. DRS. McSWAIN & MoDUFFIE have this day dis solved copartnership by mutual consent. . . Or MeSmin will attend to-settlements aad. collec tion for the ttti."?.'',' . - ..c-2T Dr. McDnftte will continue to occupy the former office. H. McSWAIN. WM. C. McDUFFIE. Nov. 1, 1856. 22-tf - THE MAGNOLIA RESTAURANT. They say the Magnolia Tree is the handsomest growth south of Mason and Dixon's line, and it is evi dently a faet. It'is also said the Magnolia Restaurant en Green Street, between Dr. B. W. Robinson's Medical Establishment, and Mr P. Taylor's Store, and nearly opposite the Shemwell House, is the Finest and best kept of any other establishment in the South. Persons wishing to find cannot well miss it: it is the YELLOW BUILDING. The subscriber would take this method of thanking the citizens of this place and the surrounding country, for the unprecedented liberality tbey have bestowed cn him, and would solicit a continuation. He has always on hand the VERY BEST LIQUORS. WINES and CORDIALS, that can be fonnd in the United States, either by the quantity or otherwise. Also. Cigars. Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, Preserved Fruits. Lemon Syrup, and many other good things, and flatters himself that he has the most polite, obli ging, accomplished and FRAJVIC, 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. R. JONES. Yellow Building, Green St.. Fayetteville, N. C. May 16, 1857. 50-tf For the Fall and Winter DOCTOR FRANK WILLIAMS'S CELEBRATED RYE WHISKEY . . i A l.AAt ft. ni o,.i.rMnr mane arraaze" em - . supply of the Genuine Article, and is the only I V f jr the sale of the above brand of A No. 1 -Rye Vbi j; too In this nlace. '.j -J U8'. ROB T MITCHELL 49-tf FRESH TURNIP SEED. FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP, . ENGLISH NORFOLK, LARGE GLOttE, .RUTA BAGA. i. received and for sale by 'ST HTNTSnAITTC. if Jaly ii. i857- tf 7T7 : . key in this place. May r .. The following valuable real estate, the property of - - tlall dee'd. is offered for sale and consists ot tue THE NORTH CAROLIKA PHE8BTTBRIASf !J,;ng tracts: . . :.-;:, t.oat desirable place known as Rome, containing ' f Jjhoat 260 acres with all the improvements. This The Presbyterian Church in Nortb CaroHn2: 1 b "old efitire , or diTided to , .uU Psers i. ma v - J J . m. 01 K UlUUnUI V QUt; Ul VUc Irani yuauivw --" - has long labored under a serious disadvantage Khe country, and is very desirable to those wishing to from the want of a iournal to advocate - nerfjenter th miuttii hnkineoii. claims and represent her interests. ' It is '. esti-'W No 2, Consists of a Lot and Brick Store (z tene. Fi)R SALE. S44 Acres f Land, lving on Cape Fear River Store, XrweWin, Oit'Hixnn all in nrstrate order. Tw Store is at a fine' business stand at the Cross Road and the and is nt to be excelled by any in North Carolina. ny person desiring to purchase can obtain further particulars respecting the property by calling cn either of ui at Willis- Creek on the Wilmington Road 15 miles from Fayetteville. WRIGnT Oct.4. '-. 18-tf JAMES WRIGHT. v, of the FARMING AND TURPEN TINE LAND in Haruett county, known as the Parker and McNeill lands, joiniug Win. .Harrington s land on Upper Little River. There is some 200 acres cf the best quality of low grounds on tne Kivcr. i ne up u,ir. i.o-irilv timbered with pines, and within six miles of the Fayetteville and Western Railroad. For particulars apply to D McARTHUR. - J. P. ROrLR, J. W. McKAY. 1856 29, 26-tf Nov. A. M. Campbell, AVCtlOSEER &. COMMISSION MERCHANT, East side of Gillespie street, . Favetteville, N. C. October 1. 1855 MARBLE BY GEO Nearly opposite Oct. 1. 1856. FACTORY, LAUDER. to E. W. Willkings7 Auction iore Fayetteville, N. C. T SELF-SEALIXG JARS. For presorving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pint Quarts and Hall-Gallons, at $2 40. $3 40, and S 5, per dozen, respectively. For sale at the hroc.ery Store W. N. TILLINGHAST. Also, Fresh Supplies of CHINA, GL.ASS W A LIE and Table Knives. June 20, 157. 55-tf Jahes C. Smith. Miles Costiw JAMES C. SMITH At CO., Contmitxion Merchants, Jlare removed their office to the second story of the building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company where they are prepared to attend to all business in the Commission line. All business entrusted to them will be punctually attended to. Wilmingtom,. October 1, 1856 f y. JUST RECEIVED. Call soon, Secure a Good Bargain and save Money!! Qne of the Largest, Handsomest and Cheapest Stocks of for Gentlemen's wear, ever brought to this UTarket, and no mistake. Also, a Magnificent assortment vjr" Roy's and Youth's Olatliinff, Boy's Suits and Extra Jackets of all colors of Cloth. For Railroad Mantis. Kcndy to furnish Contractors with anv Quality of Cloth ing, at a very low figure, For Boat Hands A large lot of P Jackets and Over Coats; also, fancy Flan nel, Over Shirts and Pants very rheap. A very extensive assortment of 6EJTIESEJ'S FCftXISHIXG GOODS, Fine Linen and Fancy Marseilles Shirts and Colars, Under-garments of heavy Silk and Merino, Socks, Cravats, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, and Boots and Slioes from the -heavi est VVater-t'root, to the hnest rump and. iair Stitched; Philadelphia made. Hats and Caps, of all description LADIES' FRENCH TRAVELLING TRUNKS. Extra large sizes: Bonnet Boxes; Gents' English Sole Leather, Spanish Iron Frame and Packing Trunks; English Sole Leather Valices. and others: ir new style ofTravelling Bags (very convenient;) Gentlemen's Shawls and Fancv Buggy Blankets; genuine Havana Segars; Umbrellas; Walking Canes; India Rubber Over Coats, Leggings and Sandles: also. Over Shoes for Ladies: and a great vaiiet? of Fancy Goods too numerous to mention. All which will be sold at wholesale or retail very low for cash or on timc-to prompt paving customers Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to me, I respectfully solicit a continuance orthe same South Side Hay Street. Opposite G. W. Williams & Co. September 6, 1857. 69-tf. , MISS BINGHAM'S THE NEXT School Term will begin on the 5th of October. Oct 3. 70-6t, SCHOOL. Monday, Hound Fine Land- "We offer for sale 2000 Acres round Pine Turpentine LAND 17 miles from Fayetteville. between the Wes tern and Centre Plank Roads the Morganton Road nmninir throuirh the same. A bargain will be sold in these lands. For particulars apply to Mr Munroe near the land or to tne subscribers. Sept 26. 69-6t J. & T. WADDILL Charles FOR SALE. Fleavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings. Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos. 5 to 10. .ALSO, Bolt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS. Oils and Manufacturer's Findings. . Winter strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils. Sauttlie's Isinglass, French Glue, Emory, Roller Cloth aud Glass bteps. J. U. HALL, Pres. B. C. M. Co. July 26, 185 ' - ' -tf 2B ma v . x "a. c a ev t My be found at his rooms, during his regular Office hours, viz: from 9 A. M. to 1 p. M " " " 3 P. M. to 5 P. M. where he will be pleased to receive calls from all -who may be in need of his professional services. rio inducement will De neiu out Dy onering w per form operations for a small compensation: a good price will be eharged in all cases. And patients fa voring Dr B. with their confidence, may rely upon his utmost exertions to perform every operation in as per-' feet a manner as possible. 3&xa. operations must be pain tor as soon as com pleted. P. S. Those who are now indebted wir please can and settle. Oct. 17, 1857- tf rig a vtut t,i yomraaiMMia,! s safe to infer that there ;. are 30,000" Presby terians in principle in the State. On Synod stands fifth in the Union'iu point of numbers, and her membership is greater tliau 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 shonld 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 diffHsing 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. If our Church iu other States, and other Churches in this State, can supply their mem bers with a religious journal, why may not we? Are North Carolina Presbyterians inferior in talent, energy and patriotism to their neighbors on the North or South, or to Christians of 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 useful Ministers, an adopted son of our State, "It onght 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 of about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma nent capital. At a meeting of the contributors held at Greensborough on the 14th of May, Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, the Paper was un aiiimo!y located at Fayetteville, under the name and title of the North Carolina Pres byterian". Rev. Wru. N. Mebane and Rev. Geonre McNeill were elected Editors: Rtsv. -fMfssrs, Q forgo JkT e Nei 1 1 , ..W m , , ,N , , M fba n By A linker and C. II. Wiley, and Messrs. Ueorge McNeill, Sr., John II. Cook and David Mur phy were appointed an Executive Committee, to establish the Paper and manage its business affairs. It is our 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 taken to give a full and accurate summary of State news. The name of the Paper 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. Presbyterians. 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 Ministry and membership, will take a deep interest in this enterprise, and gire it their hearty support. 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 year. To clubs of 25 or more, paying in advance and when the Taper is sent to one address, a discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed. Uur 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 vigorous enort is made in the nest two months by those Hho take a lively interest in this work, we will without donbt, be able to begin the publication at the end or that time with a paying subscription list of at least 301 0. ggj- Address, HiUitors orine xoriu yaroua Presbyterian, Fayetteville, N. C. " Fayetteville, May 20, 1857. ? No 4,-ts 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 Enginennd Boiler, of 10 or 15 horse power. This is well worth the at tention of those living where water power is not avail able, and will be sold at a great bargain. For terms apply to J. U.HALL, Assignee August 1, 1857. l-tt 50 Tons No 1 Peruvian Guano. Eor sale -by G. W. WILLIAMS & Co. August 29 65-tf B. F. PEARCfi & CO., DEALERS IN F0RRIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD f HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES. Umbrellas and Rtady-JMade Clothing, HAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE 5T. C. B. K TEARCE. J. W, . Aig 1st, rEAKCE. JR 61-tf V. II. TUIILIN T O Si, General Commission Merchant. NORTH WATER STREET, Wilmington, iV. C, Wil give personal attention to the sale or shipment of all lonsigiiments of Naval Stores or other country pro-uce. anu any otner nnsiness enlrustea to ms care, to. PREIOIIT A.XD- PASSESCER II?iE , TWEE3I WILMINGTON &, PA1ETTKI ' - r- StemcrMainiolia.leaYeiFayeUeviHe onMondsy an Thurs day morning. 15 minutes after sun-rise. - Leaves Wilmington on 1 uesaay anu rnuay biwuiub--Stmmn Kuht Lntterloh. Iunv-n Kayetteville on Tuesday and s'riday mornings. 15 minutes alter sun-rise. Leaves Wilmington weanesuay ana aaiurua; """"'"Et ptn earfyiug Freight and Passengers. Steamer Rowan, with fall set .of Lighters, runs regularly carrying Freight only . . . .. - - TBe regularity OI our uoais on au stages ot inr iin.aau tk. 4u.tk ...I muimntn.iMin J.ltlprinr irnlldll. tl' , f f Well known to require comment. I To our patrons we tender our thanks for the very liberal I patronage heretofore bestowed. anil can assnre ailsni persthat no efTtfrtswill be spared in future. aud feel confident that our facilities for despatch arc equal if not superior to any line on CapeEcar River. ' VV. P. ELLIOTT. - - ; Agent for Latterlob fc Co. Fayetteville, N. C, Oct. 25. 1856 Sl-tf Fayetteville Hotel, and Fixtures for Sale,; THE ABOVE NAMED PROPErvTY tair will be sold to any responsible person, -f"" T"; terWlf applied for Ween the present Ume jnd the 15th of December next. If not sold by the 15 ot Ute., they will be sold at Auction after the first day of Jan uarv next, in Lots to suit purchasers. - Any information wante'd will be cheerfully given bv applvingto J. KWii.''r - .1, C A 1 , -t I w . . J ayettevme. ocpiemuci , i' Town papers copy tf . 67-tf NOTICE. PeffbnS Indebted to Jaft. C. ?8Echirt,-fts Guardiaa af the hiiirSof John Morrison, deed, ore hereby re spectfully informed, that said guardian bus in a great majority of instances endorsed and transferred their notes to the undersigned. Also, that our urgent ne cessities, apart from the reqi 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. MORRISON N. A. MORRISON. Laurinburgh, X. C. March 7, 1857. 40-tf Paints, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for S.J. niNSDALE. 15, C2-tf Sale by Aug. White Lead and sale by Aug. 15, Linseed Oil, for S. J. HINSDALE. GlMf Congress Water, for sale by Aug. 15 63-tf S. J. HINSDALE. DAVID -McDUFFIE, . BRICK IrtASO 4X1) PLASTERER. ANY PERSON desiring w ork, done in the bos stvle in the above department, ma wciirc my service. "by addrVsing me at FayettevUlc. . C . 9 - Br D. MoD.iwUl take contracts any wn. re in. the l wmutryv wi3W from -FnyetteviUe, and . prompt srtentrn witf given to llic same. Sep. 12, -V. JJ To tlie Afilictcrt! DR. C HAH IVES THOMPSON, of Bladen county N. C, respectfullv calls Hie sttcntion oT all those af flicted with Cancerons aflcctions, to the i iiiarkai lo cures which he has effected, and which lind bet n pre viously given up by other pliysicinu." in JJltirtfii cciintj" as incurable. These cases cn be certified to by re sponsible persons living in that county. One of them" was .Mrs Jlaicom jucieoa. anu uumiin .it. mi aim. iic- Kay, both of which was ot long stuhUitig hihI ol ui aggravated chnracter. Any person wishing to le cured of that dreadful disease kaouu as Ranter, will do well to apply to Dr. Thompson. The services of Dr. T. will, also be fcur.d liifchly r.sc ful to all persons nfllicled w''I' Ulcers ai.d old Sores ir long standing. Rheumatism. Tun:ors. Vc. Tlie Dr. can l.c consulted n the above namcu co plaints, lv eitlicr reeing or addref-M'rg li'm at Ciain's Creek, Moore Co., N.C, where lie intends remain ing a few weeks. Those in need of his servV.es w'll , do well tomake ininicdiate anulication. as age rendi-rs ; tliem more diltlcult to cure. ins uirccuou is hu-ib Hall 1. ).. liladen Co., N. C. Sep J2. :5m-pd willbe promptly attended ,A:ril 18. 1857. . .F. C. POE. DEALER IV ST1PLE AND FAXCT DRY GOODS HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, AXD Ready-Made Clothing. Particular attet-tion paid to Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings. HAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Kvember3d. It 56. tf A - tnEnndersigned having execnted a power of At torney to ii. F. Moore, he is thereby authorized to make all settlements for me in inv name, and generally to transact all businessas I might or could do were I per soinlly present. J. J. MOORE. STATE OK NORTH CAROLINA COCA TV. R.OBESO" An sus I Court of Fleas and Quarter Sessions term 1857. Elias bullock, Ilinnant Bullock, John Uullock, vs. Caroline Prevatt and others and others. Petition for sale of slaves for Partition. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant Ilinnant Bullock, resides lieyond the lim its of this State, it is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made m the North Carolinian, m usuaper published in the town of Fayetteville, this State, tor the said defendent Hinniant Bullock to be an I appear at the next term of this Court to be held for the County of Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberton on the fourth Monday in November next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the said petition, or the same will be taken pto tonfesso and heard expartc. Wintess, John M. Hartman, Clerk of our said Cour at Office, the 4th Monday in August, A. D. 1857, and in the Eighty second year of AmericanIndepeiulencc J. iM. HA11TA1AN, VIK. Lumberton, Oct. 3d, 1857. 71-6t J. S. BANKS, COMMISSION AND rORWARDIKO MERCHANT, WILMINGTON, N. C. January 1, 1856. ly-pd ME W AMID 1 RANAWAY from the Subscriber a Nearo boy named Hlbii i , verv black, about f feet high, rather spare mads, about 25 years of age, shows his front teeth whan he speaks or laughs, weighs about 175 pounds, and was raised on Drowning Creek. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery of the aid negro to me, or for his continement in any Jail in State so that I can get him. " M. C. LA MONT. c Oct 3,1 857- 79- I C0ND STOCK! & WILLIAMS ARE now receiving THEIR SECOND STOCK FOR 1U1S SEASON, embracing, V Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, and Made-cp Clothing, To which they invite the attention of Wholesale buyers generally. Starr. J. M. Williams J. B Oct 10. 71-tf JUST RECEIVED and for sale, a fresh supply of SPICED NORFOLK. OYSTERS, Crackers, Cheese, Butter, Apples STATE OP NORTH CAROLISA COUNT V. ROUESOS Sessions August MEDICAL C0LLEGK OF GEORGIA, AT AUGUSTA. The Twenty-Sixth course of Lectures in this Insti tution, will commence on Monday, the 2d November Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, G. M. Newton, M.D. Anatomy. II F Campbell, M. D. Surgery, L. A.Dugas, M. D. Institutes and Practice of Medicine L. Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprn- dXsteric?andDies.of Women and Infants, J. A. Physiology and Pathological Anatomy, H. V. M. MCherm?s'tJy" and Pharmacy. Alex. Means, M B. Demonstrator of Anatomy, R CmPbt;M;- on8 Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, S. B. SimmQns. M'cnaical Lectures will be delivered in the City Hos pital and at the Jackson street Hospital. Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once,) $5 For further particulars, apply tcr any mem bof the Faculty or to Sept 5tn, lao. Court of Fleas and Qaurter Term 1857. Joseph Thompson William Price. Attachment, Levied on one lot of Bacon, Hogs Oxen, Jorn, and Cattle It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that William Price, defendant la this case, so absconds or conceals himself, that the ordinary process of the Law cannot be served on him. It is therefore ordered that nublicatiou be made six weeks successivelv in the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the tow of Fayetteville, notifying said defendant to appear at the next term ot tins Uourt to Do neia lor tne county f Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberton. on the Fourth Mondav In November next, then and there plead, answer or demur to the said Attachment, or tne same will be taken pro eontesso and heard erparte. Witness, John M. Hartman, Clerk of our said Court at OflRce the 4th Monday in August. A. D. 1857, and in the Eighty second year of American Independence, J. M. HARTMAN, CPk. Lumberton, Oct. 3d, 1857. 7l-t P. GRAVIN, Deau. 6G-if INSPECTOR OP AXZ, wumlrurtan. m . tt nwrPTLY TO Business in the above line, entrusted to his core. EG- Special attention will be given to tne -- Timber free of comuiist-ions. of A. A. AJcKctlmii Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that lie 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 warrai ts his work to be made of the hest material and by expi rieneed workmen u each branch ot the business. His work will compare favorably with any made iu the United States, for neat- ess and durability. He is determined to sell and do any work in Ins line on as good terms as any work done elsewhere that is as 11 done. He now bas on hand, nnisneu, the largest toek of CARRIAGES, BAROLCH1SS, KUt'KAWAi S. AND BUGGIES, ever offered in this place, and a verv large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom- rs. rlle has on nana more uanu.Mi iiui uuc.li AND FIFTY Vehicles nuished and in course of con duction. 7T?J-A11 work made hyhim Is warranted 12 months with fair usage, aud should it fail by bad workmanship or material will be repaired free of charge. Persons wishinst to buy would do well to call and examine to Uivmselrcfl. . - Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea sonable terms. Faveiteville, Octl.lSaC. E. GLOVER Has received li Is Full Stock of Goods, Con sisting of W ITCH Ei, J RWEbi; V SILVER AND TT.ATED WAKE, .VN"I) MII.ITAKV Goons. P. S. His personal attention will be paid to all W.r dies and Jewelry entrusted to him for repairs, sept. 1 life-Sin REMOVAL. H. G R. II AM hns removed to the Store formerly oc cupied by Dr. Foulkcs, on the corner east of the l-:iy cttevillellotel.nay street, where he is just receiving nia TAXiX aS WIUTER STOCK OF READ Y-M ABE Consisting 9 in part of OF THE LITEST STYLES. Over-Coats, Dress, Frock and Business Coats; Fouls, Vests, Shirts and Collars, Draicers, Flannel Skirls and Drawers Suspenders, Cravats, JWerino and Cotton Hose, fyc, i-c. He also keep constantly on hand, a fine assortment of Ji O O T S A .V I) SHOES, L inbreilas, and Carpet Bags. All those wishing to purchase cheap and fine suits of clothes, would do well to call and examine Graham's Stock, as he is prepared to sell as low as any iu this market. Sept. 12 2m. Lumberton Advertisement. rPfl-'lK SUB SC FIBER is nowmeiv- inr his Stock of "fiFf TBS" W... 'ISaT'JSKJj&SL Comprising everything la the wp.y of DRY GOODS, " Such as ; Merindes,: Alpacas, jlel.aines, Cash mere, and Ginghams for Ladies' T5rts se.s. ALSO, Calicoes, JJiiseys,!? Icn nels, bleached and unbleached flirt ings, Drillings. Osnaburgs, Kersevs, Kentucky Jeans, Satiinets, Cassimero for Pants, &c, &c, &c. READ Y--I IDE CLOTH 15 G of the best Material and ood Workiuauship. BOOTS 1)1) SHOES for Men and Boys. Also, a good assortment of Ladies' and Mis ses' Shoes; Trimmings for Ladies' Dresses, Bonnets, Mantillas and Cloaks oft tlie latest Fashions. HATS 1SD CAPS of all sortsv Trunks of all sizes: besides Hardware, Groceries, and a variety of other Goods, ail of which I will sell low for Cash, or upon short credit to reliable and prompt paying customers. S. W. ERKAXT. Lumberton, X. C, Sept. 2G, 1857 2m. W. X. TILLING HAST Is now receiving a large and well assorted Stock of China, Glass, -.ml Earthenware, Looking Glasses, Brittania, and Silver Plate7 Ware, fancy Goods, & House Furnishing Hardware. ne invites the attention of Country Merchants to his Stock, and is satisfied that they cannot find a better assortment of Goods for the!r tra le. or cheaper (when delivered at their doors,) in one House any where. Sept. 5, Cti-2ra 10,000 lbs. Tallow V.'anteil, For which the lushest cash price will be paid. Oct. 1. 185(1. A. M. CAMl'BEl.L. Carriage Tor Sale. 1 Very Fine Carriage and 1 Second Hand BARKOUCH for sale by K. 1! Muuue- Sept. 26 69-tf j-l-.t. pel - $100 Reward. Mv Room was forcibly entered on Sundav v the 13th September, by some unknown person or sons, who took from my uesk tMl m jtank Bills and $:!0 in Gold and Silver. 1 will give the above iu'ined reward for the apprehension of the thiuf an.l recovery of the money, or 50 for either. O. P. I.UTl.IKR. Rockingham, Richmond Co., Oct 3, 1857. 70-liit :ia: ja. ja &&5"r HSW AHX? CHS A3? CrOQSS! Is now receiving a large and general supply of GOODS, Among wtich are splendid DRESS tiOODS, With every article in the DRY GOODS LIN E. All of which, being purchased by the pnekagof will be otlered by wholesale or retail at a small udtncu for cash or on time to punctual customers. - Fayetteville. Oct. 3, lb57. 70-tf Pictures! Pictures!! Taken over Beaslcy & Homton's Jewelry Store, BY He resDectfullv invites the Ladies and Gen tlemen of Fayetteville, and the public generally, to his which surpass any other in neatness and durability. So eome along without delay, And get a picture that will pay. lie has reduced the price to $1 50, and upwards Oct. 10. 1857.- 71-tf NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS!! THE undersigned beg leave to make known, that they have formed a copartnership, under the name ana style, ot . ' for the purpose of carrying on the mercantile business in the Town of Lumberton, and are now receiving their fait. Sr IV UTTER STOCK of STAFLfc and Fancy Dry Goods, Keady-rnade Clotlnnir. Family Groceries, &c, &c Tnwliiph thfv tvnnbl resDectfullv invite the atten tion of their friends andlhe public generally. .S-PRODUCE taken in exchange for goods. ANGUS P. BB0W. KVEKETX L. WARD. S3. HINSDALE'S Ague Mixture; also, . rhn.mnions'8 Airne Medicine: Shallenberger s Fever and Ausrue Antidote, and Kowantl s- i onic . ix- ture. For sale by J. iii.suail,. Aug. 15. ,. ,s : C3-tf FOREIGN & DOMESTIC. C. B- LEETE has on HAND at present SELECT ASSORTMENT OF Consistin!r in part of OLD NASH BRANDY - - rURE old Rye Whiskey Scupper nong Wine; Vintage 1855 50 "Gbls ----- Domestic Whiskey 5 do ------ - N. E. Rum 5 do - . - HOLLAND GIN - 734f 5 Bbls -5 do 3 do DAVID S. TAYLUU, Respectfully informs the good people of Fayetteville. and ihe country generailv. that lie hii" opened a GROCERY STORK at the foot of llayinoimt nearly opposite Mr. Geo. McNeill's, where he intend keeping constantly on hand a well selected supplj- of Groceries and Country Produce suitable for family use. He will be happy t o see hi old acquaintances and all othtrs wishing supplies in his line. Oct. 10, 18j7. 3m "TVATCHIvS, JKWELRY, 5aT Sam now receiving add, lions it mv Stock of U'A TV HE S, JE TV EL II V, Silver and Plated u-are. Musical Instruments, Military and Fancy good. Which makes mv Stock good. Those who ore al.out to make their purchases would do we.l ea - a-Watch Repairing done in tlie best man ner and warranted. Oct. 3. MrtUTI jr HAS JUST I!KCE1VI-:I f A LI I IV a large and fmcy nsfort ment of BOOTS & S It O K S ; . I.jdi.v 0,.ie.-rs ulainand colored ; l-adies'and G nl.v U.Clfc SHtfcS of a new and beautiful pattern, and every style ol ar- t,lilCi,1 stofki" choice and carefully selected by him self and buyers will find it to their interest to cull V -"'r T.rchasing elsewhere. Corner of Gillespie Btiu Franklin tLreejs. -Ayrii 22-, I8sr. ana urangea. H. n I1EIDE. Oct 34. t3-tf foot of HaTmovrnt.