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11 1 j a w- ri : nr- 1 , : m - n j- i i n-i-i- fi r- ra -u u . -iu i -i i
IS I.VSBPB! K;F;o RIGHTS ..OF Til t2''PEOP LB.
Til R f i EELOM OF TH
i VOLUiWE X1XK0. 978.
WxM. F. WIG HTM . N, Editor, j.
SUUSCreiPTIOX TO THE CAROLINIAN
For a single eopy, if paid in advance, per annum, S"2 OU
at the end of 3 months, 2 5
' " " at the end of ii months, 3 00
' " at the end of the year, 3 50
No subscription will be received for a shorter period
than one year unless paid in advance.
With the view of ext.-n ling the circulation and en
hancing the usefulness of the paper, the proprietor of
! ers the fuHowin-j; remarkably low
y r ITU R I TE S. i.VFA Rl.lBLV M" AD 'SAJVCE:
; copies of the Carolinian, 1 year,
Rates of Advertising:
irpnts Der souare of 16 lines, or less,
for the first
..t tor each siibseiuent insertion
a.lvertisjin ;nt is published for more thaa two mentha,
when it will lie chargi-a - ;
For tbfee months, ' '
For six months, - -.- r
' Urn twel . e naonths, -
- strtioos markflSi yt SB: a, ojptt
WM. F. WIGHT MAN & CO.
CLEMEST G. WRIGHT.
Attorney at Iaw, Payct teville, J . C.
O.'Hce at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
Feb'y 3. IS
.1. A. SPEAKS.
' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTENDS the Courts of Cumberland, Ilaructt
A'ake and Johnston.
Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., N. C.
Feb. llj. 1S5G. S5-y ,
BART IP IV FULL Ell,
Attorney at Law,
PAYKTf EVILLE N, C.,
May be consulted at the Law Office of Jese G. Shep
herd. Esr(., on Green Street.
ANDREW J. STEDMAX,
Attorney t tiuiv.
Ilavin- removed to PITTSBOllO- N. C. will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore aud Harnett
April 14, 1S56. tf
JOHil D. SHAW..
ATTTORXEY IT 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-oS
F HI SALE.
g 1 1 Acres of Land, lying on Cape Fear River Store
Dwelling. Out Houses all in first rate order The tt.,i c
is It a tine business stand" at the Cross Roads and the
an4 is not to be excelled by any m North Carohna
Any person desiring to purchase can obtain further
..3.Y. .h nronrtv bv calling ca
particu.ars - r r Vilminstoa Road
e i t h(l ot U
at UliCi wiv-v-i v... -
15 miles from Fayetteviile
JAM liS WRIGHT.
io FARMING AND TERPEN
rive sevtiiiLu - , !.,.i..,
r . vn :.. Ti.,,., tt cniintv. known as the Paiker
d Vsm lau-iC' oiniug Wm.' Harr ngton's land on
. ThPro is soma 200 acres cf the
besto.i UUv of low grounds on the Kiver. inc up
an lsqare hl.aily timbered with pines, and wthtn six
miles of U,e Fayetteviile aud Western Rai road.
i.' ...f;,...l..i-j nnn V to u ..iv.t. . . w ...
1'-' vw rl
Nov. 185G 29,
A. 31. Campbell,
AUCTIONEER &. COMMISSION MERCHANT.
East side of Gillespie street,
Favettevii.i.e, N. 0.
October 1, 18oo
,Y It li I. E FACTOR V,
BY GEO. LAUDER.
to E. X. WUlKtngs- xvuciioii
Favetteville, NT. C. '
1. 1. ispG. y
Fall tock, 1!
B. F.'PEARCB & C().?
n .-. now receiving a large and well
t r a B K m &
consisting in X'art of :
Black and Figured Silks;
. iisUsh aud French Merinoesj
Plain uliuI Fig'd DeLianes;
French all wo Ptid8; .
"Alpacas of all qoalties;
English, French and A merican Prints;
Chenille Shawls, (beautiful patterns;)
Ladies' Cloaks of every description;
Jaconet Edgings and Insertions;
Collars and TJndersleeves;
Hosiery, Cloves, Belts;
Ribbons, Trimmings, &c;
Cloths and Cassimeres;
Tweeds, Jeans and Sattinets;
White and Colored Flannels:
Bleached and brown Shirtings;
Allendale 10-4 Sheeting;
Bleached and Brown Drillings;
Plaid Liuseys and Kerseys;
Marlboro' Stripes and Plaids;
Brown and Bleached Table Cloths:
Towellings of all kinds;
Extra quality Bed Blankets;
Spiral, Brass and Whalebone Hoops;
Good assortment of Hoop Skirts;
Yankee Notions of every variety, kind, and
Silk, Leghorn, and Straw Bonnets;
Moleskin, Cassimere and Wool Hats;
Boots. Shoes, Umbrellas, &c.
A large and fashionable stock of
All ot which will be sold low for CASH, or on our
usual time to punctnal customers either at Wholesale
or Re. ail. All persons are respectfully invited to
cive us a call.
U. X . f Ci.-l tt,Vy Ei. U . IT- XMAlluu, .1.
ware kc, Syc.
The rn.lersi-n.-d ar now receiving : a large 'assort
ment, of J.KOfiEUIES -HaBWARE. IRON, STtKL,,
HOIXOW-WAUE, SHOES. UEATI1B.11 & i
RY, which tlic-v will sell at wholesale at a small ad
vance on cost ibr cash, or on usual tune to prompt
dealers. G. VV. WILLIAMS & CO.
July 25, 1S57. CO-tf
THE undersigned would" respectfully inform his old
friends and customers that he can be found at the
Store of O. E. Leete, where he will be glad to see
th(.m. j. n. Mcdonald.
Jan. 17, 1S57, 33-tf
' T)R s' siaHrK :M6?V fflETh this OttJ 4li
VdSwatit wtVV aMeud to wstilemc A t ana scouec-
tions for the Urm. i
Dr. McDulie will continue to occupy the former
II. McSWATN. WM. C. McDUFFIE.
Nor. 1, 1858. 22-tf
THE M0IJA RESTAURANT.
They yny the Magnolia Tree is the handsomest
growth 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 Dr. 15. XV. Robinson's Medic.).!
Establishment, and Mr P. Taylor's Store, and m arly
opposite the Sheniwell House, is the Finest antl bcst
kept of any other establishment in the South. IVrsons
wishiugto find cannot well miss it: it is the YELLOW
The subscriber would take this method of thanking
the citizens of this place and the surrounding country,
for the unprecedented liberality they have bestowed
cn him. and would solicit a continuation.
He has alwavs on hand the VERY I! EST LIQUORS,
WIVES and CORDIALS, that can be found in the
Fnited Stat s, either by the ' quantity or otherwise.
Also. Cigars. Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, Pres'Tved
Fruits, Lemon Syrup, and many other good things,
and 11 itters himself that lie has the most polite, obli
ging, accomplished and FJRAJ'h', 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
ltrivate rooms upstairs, which are large, comfortable,
and in good order.
Yellow Pii!lding, Green St.. Fayetteviile, X. C.
May 16,1857. " 50-tf
For the Fall and Winter
j.isa ... .
JUS T R E G E IVED.
.Call soon, Secure a Good Bargain
and save .JUonfAj!!
ne of the Largest, Handsomest and
Clie.ipest Stocks of
for Gentlemen's tre-ir, ever brought to this
-ftDrXW, -tutff -no ttfifttrfre:
Also, a Mugniuceiit assortment of
T??y's and Youtli's lotlisnsr,
Boy's Suits and Extra Jackets of ul! colors of
For linilroatl Elnnt's. Ready to
furnisli Contriictors witli any quality of Cloth
ing, at a very low figure,
Tor Bo it ISansls A large . lot
of P .Tnc-kcts anrl Over Coats; also, fancy Fian-
nel. Over Shirts and Pants very -he
A very extensive assortment of
fiEJTLEHIE'S'S FIRSIS.HIXC GOODS,
Fine Linen and Fancy Marseilles Shirts aud
Colars. Under-2-armetits of heavy Silk and
Merino, Socks, Cravats, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Boots atld Siloes from the heavi
est Water-Proof, to the finest Pump and Fair
Stitclied; Philadelphia made. 'jNr '
Hat- aiifl Cops, of all description.
LADIES' FRENCH TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
Extra large sizes. Bonnet Boxes; Gents" English Sola
Leather, Spanish Iron Frame and Packing Trunk;
English Sole Leather Valiccs, and others: a new style
of Travelling liags (very convenient;) Gentlemen
Shawls and Fancy Bngirv Blankets; genuine Havana
Segars; Umbrellas; Walking Canes; India Rubber
Over Coats. Leggings and Saudles: also. Over Shoes
for Ladies; and a great vaiiet of Fancy Goods too
I numerous to mention.
All which will be sold at wholesale or retail very
low for cash or on time to prompt paying customers.
Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to me I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
GEORGE BRAND T,
South Side Hav Street,
Opposite G. W. Williams & Co
September 2G, lbo
May be found at his rooms, during his regular Ollice
,x: from 9 A. M. to 1 1 . M
.. 1. XI K T 1
i -w A X . il. ' J
where be will be pleased to receive cans iioiu ai.
may e in nucil ot hss prol'essional services.
JVb hidi.cenient will be held out by "offering to" per
form operations for a small compensation: a good
price will be charged in all cases. And patients fa
voring Dv B. with thejr confidence, may rely upon his
utmost exertions to perform every operatiou in as per
fect a manner as possible.
SAli. operations must be paid for as soon as com
pleted. P. S. Those who are now indebted will please call
Oct. 7, 1857- tf f
J. S. BAXKS,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
WILMING'tON, N, C.
January 1, 1850. ly-yid
- - . - ii . c -11
For preserving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
Quarts and Half-Gallons, at 32 40, S3 40, and S.j 25,
per dozen, respectively. For sale at the Croc'icry
Store. W . iN. 1 1 1 jLiirs til 1 AST.
Also, Fresh Supplies of CHINA, GLASS
WARE aud lable Knives.
June 20, 1-57. 55-tf
James C. Smith. JIii.es-Costin
JAMES C. SMITH & CO.,
Have removed their office to the second story of the
building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company
wnere tney are prepared to attend to alt business in the
iiit . - a 4-.1 ... -
aii ousmess einrasicu 10 mem win ucpuactnallT
nnnmR t'ltASK WIltUMS'S
OBLKBlt ATEDRYE WH1SKE j
The Subscriber has made arrange . cnU . to keep
supply of the Genuine Article, and i the omy
for the sale of the above brand of A No. 1 Hy- ifcr
key in this place. K0B,. MITClIEU- -
THE NORTH CAI
has long labored uiuJ
from the want of
claims and represent
mated thatotdj 10Q0 PiS
ar tik'ken in" -h&bbnnQikW
rA-Vf feV 1 3,000 t,
is safe to infer that thery
terians iu principje in J
stands fifth in tlio
and li'er menibcriS
Th ! i come when
Church in North Carolina
her duty to her children. It is
important tact, that hundreds-oi "V ,
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 me nbership by diffHsiiig
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 aud sanctuaries of their
own State. -
If our Church in other Statesand 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 orth 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
ought to have b?en undertaken 20 years ago,
but it is uot 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:
animously located at Fayetteviile, under the
name and title of the Noam Carolina Phes
bvterian , Rey.Wm. N'31ebane . 1. lies.,
Gecyrire McNeill were elected Editors: Hey.
Messrs. George McNeill, Wm. N Mebune, A.
15 iker and C II. Wiley, and Messrs. George
McNeill, Sr., John II. Cook aud David Mur
phy were appointed an Executive Committee,
to establish tiie Paper and manage its business
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 aud contents. -.From con
viction, it wtil advocate the conservative, or
thodox, Old School doctrines and order of the
Our first appeal is to onr own people to N
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confidently
upon their favor, we trust that the native sons
of North Carolina who have fpund homes, in
other States, and the adopted citizens of our
State who form so important"au element in our
Ministry and membership, will take a .deep
interest in this enterprise, aud gire it their
Terms: $2 per annum in advnnce, 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, payinir in advance and whep
is sent to one auuress, a uiscoi
cent, will be allowed
Elders nri 111 "SLie.
Lie, and for
obtained, the fi
faithful and vigoroui"
two months by those "bt
in this work, we will wit
beirin the-publication aJ
with a paying subsejrfjr
PiffiW" Address 1
a Negro boy name-
black, about t fevt h
v- j. i. ...l,.... h sneaks or
nis irouii icciu
laughs, weighs about 175 pounds, ana
was raised on Drowning Creek. .
The above reward will.be paid for
"5"PSse the aDDrehension aha ueuyi j.
said negro to me, or for his confinement ia any Jan
State so that I cau get him. .,,-,vrrr -
6 M. C: L.A3IONT.
Oct 3, 1807- 79-8t '.
neavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings-.
. . . . . ... , run: X' ..j tfl 111.
Cotton Tarn, Warp and Filling,
Belt, Picker, Roller and LaeeJLEATHEUS
Winter strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed ,
ouuiibiic intugiaw, i'iohvu ..... , -
- Cloth aad Glass Steps.
.r IT. II ALL. Pres. IE C
: July'26. 185S
. -w-rr. T?T1TTTl nnd for
fresh supply of Crackers, Cheese, liuttei,
ii it t 4 ..... .irl lira li(ifi
rleB vueoi uuio, auu w.-r llPin t,
'R. E llH.iUr.
V MWvu . -
wn 5 tio
V J 5 do . . . -
- -'KSn TUB,
ot 1 :. ? 'w
I. T U tt i. I S ii TO
C;c-rn.l Coxkiiui.sii Slcx-c-Iiaiit.
JNUUlil WATER STREET,
I - IV'd niiioon V C! -
HiRvf p sonal attention to the sale or shipment of
5l . oBi;,,f v...-,ii t;t. ... ,.,1,.... ..
.(.jino 1 ...... .j.i.o u.ui:i iitill
ti any oilier business entrusted to his care.
.I.. ...... ii..
piMijiiiv ati-euueu lu.
STlj-L7AND FANCY' DRY GOODS
JJA'l CAPS, BOOTS. SHOKS, A X 13
Jfxi u y-i'la de Clvth i ng.
Parlfyur. attet iion paid to Eadies' Dress
Goo Is and Trimmings.
ST'ET. EAYETTEVIl.LE N. C.
T!iHtt.i .rsigneil having exectit-'i! : power of At-toni'-v
to K 1 .Moore, he is thereby authorized to make
all s ;:leni! ts.'')r me i;i !fiy ,i.i!ii!-, a. el geiif rally to
trai:-ict all asmessas l talent or con:a oo were i per-
soua'H' pre- at.
Jane . i 53-tf
Tatm over Beaslcy & Ilon.ton's Jewelry Store,
lie respectfully invites the Ladies and-Gen-tlmen
of l-'iiv 'tteville, and the public generally, to his
a.?a E2BS-mTasr a Jaszr 9
v.uiih surpass any other in neatness and durabiiity.
come along w ithout delay,
Ami a picture that will pay.
.73- He has reduced the price to SI 50, and upwards
Oct. ID. 1S.-.7. 71-tf
XEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS! ! ,
nrVIEnnt'erslKncd beg leave to make known, that
M. th"' lav0 I'enned a copai'tiiershjp, under the name
a"d"le 5ii(DUiN tyauD,
for the purpose of carrying on the mercantile business
In n, iW.i of Lulnherton, and are uow receiving
thJir TlL ScAVIJX-TKR STOCK f STAPLE
and Fancy" Dry Goods, Jiead y-niade
Cloth'"?. "Family Groceries, &e., &v..
... ntnbf rRiectfullv invite the atten-
ion S heir friend public g.-nerally.
thfnlstry 'd p. 1
Alex. Jleans, 31 D.
It Campbell, 51. U.
"i VI AU!
p J -u.uui5uiHOl Ul anil""1; , .j.
Clipical Lectures will be delivered in the City IIos--p,tal
lid at the Jackson street Hospital. -
MatrW., Vl ?le Course, $10f.
JUau-K.ulat,on T-lckpt tn betaken onceJ S5
v Or I'll . 1 A .. 4rt mamKpP of
rtCFC.,l. Paivicuiai!., P'.' 'J "
V. GRAv INj Deau.
'j C0ND STOCK!
ui v;?.0:T Reiving THEIli SECOND STOCK FOR
nro t ..... .t. eg.'-.f fKsrSrrrii i i igicarp. but the Thone wijfnrAC I :ty S.;in
V" - Fjtj:t?it 4 .! PisK.Ki.r?IW..M.i:... .11 us 1 am detoriuinVltkj v'iV)l Ult. ' 'f
M V W : . . F ... .. . MT-t nil WH' w . . . . m . . -
fr.:M.. M- i -.j. .i r .it.t 4.11. I - 9
rSinf 7 FSJ. niNSD ALE. . dny mormlu rye Vf tl...
V W j$.March 7,
ci? I LIAMS irn. r1"" V rf
a TfrirBTSv-V 5-tf PiiuS.
m r I - - 1 & - - -- M
."dealers in .
FGirUtf AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD While Lead and Linseed Oil, foi
: CTS, CAPS,' BOOTS, AND SHOES. ' . 1 15 6f:tfJ' SLE'
'lT?nhreias and Read ti-Ma rla CAnLhinrr .
If HAY STREET, Congress Water,
I . ' " FlVETTEViLLE 5. C. Aug. Ii 63-tf
tKACa . ' "' J. V,-. rEAIICP- JK
Ai bt. : - 61-tf
llnDiinnr flange lor goous. Jf I
A v - '
A7 Vt: "LOOK OUT 103
Lamen and Infants, J. A.
V fcal Anatomy, II. V. 31
1 ilats, n,ots shoes,
i and Made-cp Clothing,
To Y"'ch they invite the attention of Wholesale
, n Cr buyers generally.
J-lio k 7i.M: WILUAMS
m .. it . i-. i n :i viuiiiiu riiiioi xji iiriiriiii'i -
ti decliiied to meet
BritislT bvet. v ith ; i
ai-hes were both wl,
lo-sion n-ty nff
rfurs. runs Tjpgularly
Hail taes of the Icirer. and
nx'ui delivering goods, axr ton well
tentln our thanks for the very UUr1
iputowed.od can aitfnire alinhinpt-r that
i eir?d in future. and ftl confident thr.t onv-
spAtcl are eqml if not snprrior tf any line on
HiveT. . . V . r . KLLIO I T.
Agent lor Kuiterlon it I. (
Oct. 25. 1856
ot the heirs otJohu )
sped fully iufjrmed, 1
PMnoljT3e'ftEir31l Jas. C'.-fcEhii, f.9 Guardian
. oi l jjo ii . uc o. ai t: iiciuuj i
that said guardian lns in n 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.
ipel us to collect as speedily as possible, j-v 1 1 those
bted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too.
iving .up immediately.' We must and will sue
I'tSJoacy is not forthcoming.
A A. D. MtlRKlSON.
J. M. MORRISON'
I...- N. A. MORRISON'.
Varnish, Brushes, for
for sale bv
S. J. HINSDALE.
A. A. 33cKctIiin
Itespeetfully iul'orms his friends and the public, that lie
has built up lary;e substantial JJrick liuildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for uiauulacttring Carriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received
tor the last 1 years, he hopes by strict attention to
business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same, lie warrants his f be
made of the best material aud by experienced wSfllinen
in each branch of the business. His work will compare
favorably with aay made in the United States, forueat
uess and durability-.- r
He is determined to sell and do any work in his line
oa as pood terms as any work done elsewhere that is as
well clone. He now has on fraud, finished, the largest
stock of CAKE I AGES, BAROUCHES. HOCKAWAYS,
AND LUOOIES. ever oflered in this place, and a very
large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
ers. .Re-lie has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIETV Vehfcles finished and iu course of con
struction. SAll work niiide byhim is warranted 12 months
with fair usajre, and should it fail by bad workmanship
or material will be r paired free of charge
jrf'-.r.jnv It-ear 1
win we r' ji.viicvi 1 1 v . .ji ..... . , . f- X
k3E5VL-A wcii to can and Mer inoessS Ipiitivs, lJ.ctla.mosr atilt
inkr!;,' waived and m-omiUlv attended to. : mere, and Ginghams fir Ladies' Dres
s . t r u&.'?''
exam i ue i'o 111'
Ordevst'ianivfully rrceivod and promptly attended to
IJ. paii ir.g executed at short notice ana ou very rea
ALL Notes and Accounts du W. F. & E. F. Moore,
nnd also those due Moore t Brother, that are unset-
. . . , . . - 1 . 1 ...III ;-a)u 1 nnt in '
lieu on tne isi, 01 December, ni rusni.tij
the hands of an Officer for collection.
. - E. F. MOORE, Adnvr.
Nov. 12. 7i-Iui .'
HU n dPie Land' i
U'e offe for saleOOO Acres round Pine Turpentine !
LAND 17 miles from Fayetteviile. between the Wes-
tern and Centre Ptank lioads the 3Iorgantou Road
running through the same. A bargain will be sold in
these lauds. For particulars apply to Mr Charles
Mnnroe near the land or to the subscribers. j
Nov. 12 t 57-lit J . & X. W'dUUtLli.
FOEEIGN & DOMESTIC. .
C. E. LEETE lias cn
' AfjW-ii HAXD at present a
ill 1 1 ' jjf-i LUsCU '
.'-....,,.,,--,-, ( -y A SSn'IJTM KT OF
onsistmg in part of
L,D NASH BRANDY
RE old Kye Whiskey
nong Wine; Vintage 1S55
- - - X. E. Rum
J. W. LETT J
received a large and general STOCK OF
ited to theFaliaud Wintei trade, consisting
of a choice selection of
K-.iiic j- DRY GOODS)
luiost everything desirable in
SERIES always to he had
'prices forCjSILor ex-
FOR THE FALL
& WINTER 1857.
(Call soon, secure a good
bargain und save money.)
One of the largest, hand
somest and cheapest stocks
of BOOTS AAD
GAITERS, satin and
colored; Ladies' & gents
of a new and beautiful pattern; ;
YOUTH'S and CHILDREN'S BOOTS. SHOES and
GAITERS; INDIA-RUBBER SHOES, and sver
article-in his line.
His stock is choice and carefully selected by him
self, and buyers will find it to their interest to call
before purchasing elsewhere. ' M.FAULK.
B2F-AI1 who have lost their soles come for
ward, and they will he renewed for Seventy-live cent:
and upwards. M. F.
Sj. HI N'SAIE'S Ague Mixture; also.
. Champioas's Ague Medicine; Shallenberger
.'ever and Augue Antidote, and Rowand's Tonic Mix
ture. For sale by S- J- HINSDALE.
1 Aug. 18. 3-tf
erf o.i, nros iair
it time and the
15th of Decenu
by the. 15' of Dee
they wilf be so
Id at Auction aft the i
ots to suit niircliuseis.
Cr-t day of Jai.,
iiary next, in Lots to suit purchasers.
Auy information wanted will bo cheerfully Riv
by applving to J. H. ROliERTS & CO.
FayetteVille. September 12, 1SS7," 07-tf
Town papers copy tf -
BR!' k N ASD PUSTEKEll.
ANY .PERSON desiring work done in the 1 cs
style in the above department., ran secure my
services l.y addrefsib g me at Fay ettcvHlc. S . C ' . .
r D. McD., will Utke coutne'ta P"X .. '! re 5 .""0
J"t)Vomipt attention vT5T TJtivcK todie f a&P- g--..i
To file Afflicted!
DR. CIIAELES THOMPSON, of Blarltn comity
N. C. rcspeetfullv calls the attention of fill I'Lose i-f
fiicted wilh Cancel ems ai:'cctions, to the n ii-sn'k::!)!!.-cures
wh'ch lie has effected, and which led bun- pic
viously given up by other physicians, in I!':..i!eicoiii;ry
as incurable. Ulicse cases can l.e cert 'tit d to 1 y it
sponsible persons living in that cennty. Oi.e of tin m
was MrsMalcom ISicl.eod. and another v. as Mr.Jru. ?(
Kay, both of which was of long ftniid'n.a; t.i;d ;J jmi
aggravated cliarr.cter. Any person wbhi&g to 1
cured of that dreadful disease know.il as Cancer,
do well to apply lo Dr. Thempi-on.
The services of Dr. T. will, also be found hithly use
ful to all persons afflicted w'th Ulcers nnd old jjwts of
long standing. Rheumatism. Tumors. iXc.
The Dr. can be cou-sultcd n the above named Cfn3
idaints. by either su ing or ioldressing him t Cniin's
Creek. Moore Co., N. C, " 'ere he in1i:ils riniuin
ing a few weeks. Those in nr d of his nrvitcs will
do well toniake iinniediaie apjd'catit'n. ns ge r i b is
them more difllcult to cure. His dil cction is W hite
Hall I O., D lad en Co., N. C.
Sep 12. m-id .
as received h's Full
Stock of Goods, Con
v a -i c s l ks, j r. w n, w v
SILVER AND l'LATED WEE,
AM MILITARY COOPS,
P. S. His personal attention will be paid to all Wat
chts and Jewelry entrusted to him for ni airs,
sept. 10 " C6-Jia
I1E SUBSCRIBER is now rot-civ-,
inir his Stock r.f iSg" JSLM
Comirising everything ia the wcy .oi Dl.V OIjUDS,
ses. ALSO, Calicoes, Linsc3 s, r Ian
nels, llca('htd and uiiblcuclicd Miirt
ings, Drillings, Osnabuigs, Kersevs,
Kei ituckj Jeans, Sattinets. Ctifcsi ir: crc
for Pains, &c.,"&c.f- &c.
READ Y--M IDE CLOTDHC of the bctt
Material and good Woikmausliip.
BOOTS IS D SHOES for Men and Toys.
Also, a good assortment cf Ladies' ai d Mis
ses' Shoes: Trimmings for Ladies' Dresses,
! Bonnets. Mantillas aud Cloaks of the latest
HITS . ASD CAPS of all foi ts. Trunks of
all sizes ; besides Hardware, Groeerus, and a
variety of other Goods, all of which I will sell
low for Cash, or upon short credit to reliable
ni.olnI)t navi.' customers
a"a l',0,nl- Pm0 cmioii.i i .
JumOerton, C., fccpi. 20, ltiii 2iu.
My Room was forcibly entered on Siinduy night
the 13th September, by come eukniAMi j tifon cr per
sons, who took from my desk $:t:2 in liank Lills at;l
$30 in Gold and Silver. I will give the above mimed
reward for the apprehension of the thief and l ecovuy
of the money, or ioO for either.
JO. P. LUTHER.
Rockingham, Richmond Co., Oct 3. Jb57. lU-H-t
large and general si. ply of
Among wlich are splendid DRESS liOOBS,
With every article iu the
D Ii Y GOODS L I N K .
All of which, being purchased by the package, will
be otl'ered by wholesale or retail tit tiiuiil advance
for cash or on time to punctual cuttoint ip,
Fayetteviile. Oct. 3, lfc57. 70-tf
DA V il) S. TAlLUlt, .
Respectfully informs the good poojde of
Fayetteviile. and the country generally, that he has
opened a GKUC tK 1 htUlil'.iil me 11:0101 jiaymouni
nearly opposite Mr. Geo. McNeill's, where he ii.in.ds
keeping constantly on nana a wen seiecitu suj pij w
tiioceries and Country Prodi.ce
suitable for family use. lie will be 1 :if y 10 tee ins
old acquaintances and all others w is-hn-g tuipi.es in
Oct. 10, 1857. -m
M. -ss j --r
nm now receiving auditions
Msh. jVatchks, jkwklry,
Silver and Rlalcd ware,
Mvsical Instruments, Military and Eavcy goods
Which makes my Stock good - Those w ho are uloul
to make their purchases would do wed to cull
jl-Watcli Kepairing done in the Lest man
ner and warranted. 70-3m
Oct. 3. - -
Tiwoo lb. Tallow anted,
For which the highest cash
Carriage for Sale .
1 Very Fine Carriage and 1 Second
Sox ssihs Xfr
vmininglroB) October 1 XSK
I r.4i 04 -r foot of Hwmonns,
Oct 24. T3-f