There never was an earthly dream
Of beauty and delight,
That mingled not too soon with clouds.
As son-rays with the night;
That faded not from that fond heart,
Where once it loved to stray
And left that heart more desolate,
For having felt its sway.
There never was a glad bright eye,
But it was dimmed with tears,
Caused by such griefs as ever dnll
The sunshine of our years;
We look npon the swaetest flower
'Tis withered soon and gone;
We gaze npon a star, to find
But darkness where it shone.
There .never was a noble heart,
A mind of worth and power,
That hajd not in this chan ging world,
Pain-, misery, for its dower;
The laurel on the brow hath hid
From many a careless eye
The secret of the soul within,
Its blight and agony.
There never was there cannot be
On earth a precious spring',
Whose waters to the fevered ?ip,
Unfailing we may bring;
All changeth on this troubled shore;
Or passeth from the sight
Oh! for that world where joy and peace
Reign as eternal light!
The Subscriber has on hand and
Coffer, Surra rs, Tea ,Mol asses, Sintjf, Salt, Iron ,
Steel, 2'ais, Horse Shoes i Snails, Ajres,
Hoes, Shoreh, Spades, Forks, Trace
chains, Black Smith Tools, IJroicn
soajj, Candles, Candies, Sole
Leather, ffegro Shoes,
Collars, Glass if Butt tf,
Cotton Bagging, Manilla
Bope, White Lead, Common
and fine Cigars, Tobacco,
Poicder, and Shot, and Vinegar,
and many articles not enumerated: all in want can be
supplied asencap ascaa be bought in this market.
G. W. 1. GOLDSTOX
LAND EOR SALE.
THE subscriber now offers for sale. TBIRTBEEX
HIXURED ACRES OF TIRPF.T1E LAI, aii
Hound Pine, and sufficient to make seven or eight
crops. The said Land is within one and a half miles
of Cape Fear River on the West side, and about fif
teen miles above Elizabctbtnwn. Persons wishing to
embark in the Turpentine business had better apply
soon, as I am determined to offer them a bargain.
Payments will be made accommodating to the pur
chased. .JOHN C. BAKER.
Bladen County. Oct. 21, 13o7. 7 ;:t
That valuable Country Kesidene & Farm belonging
to Mrs Kliza Hybart is now oliVred for rent. There
are on the premises a commolious Dwelling House.
Smoke House, Kitchen. Negro Houses. Corn Crib &
Stables, all in good repair. The Farm has about 75
cleared and surrounded by good fences. This
.very convenient to t ayetteville being only
ng to Miss E Hybart is
:ulars apply at this
C o nfection-
ies, . Bread,
and a vari
ety of arti
cles in tho
Foot of riaymonnt, Fayetteville, N. C.
Oct. 24. 1851. 73-y
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions
Petition for Partition of Slaves.
Jesse Burt, Thomas Bennett,
Willis Burt J. Branch and wife Xancy
It appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Court that
the defendants in this case, Willis Burt.T. Branch and
wife Nancy and Frederick Burt, reside beyond the
limits of the State. On Motion it is ordered that pub
lication be made in the North Carolinian a newspaper
published iu the Town of Fayetteville for six succes
sive weeks. Notifying the said defendants to be and
appear at the next Term of the Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for the County of Harnett
at the Court House in Toomer. on the Second Monday
in December next then and there to answer plead or
demur the said petit, m or the same will be heard
Ex haute and -'ciigemext Pko Coxfessio, be rendered
Witness Benjamin F. Shaw. Clerk of our said Court
at Ollice in Toomer 2nd Monday in September A. D.
1857 aud in the 82d year of American Independence,
B. F. SHAW, Clk.
Oct. 31. . 74-C.t
(Successor, to J. M. Beaslev in the
and Jewelry Business,)
-M-..., 1 1.3 tli., oMi.,ilinn rtt ttif l.tflii'K mill
tiientienicn oi r ayciicnue, auu
; friends at a distance, to this fact, and
bp3 an acceptance of thanks for their patron
age to the late tirin, Beasley fc Houston; he will con
duct the business in his own name, determined to earn
a liberal patronage by correct dealing with all who
will favor him with their own custom. He has now
for sale a large stock of line.
G-old and Silver Watches and Jewelry,
of the latest styles out;
Silver Spoons, Forks, Cups, tyr., Fine Cutlery,
Gold 1'ens, Surveyor's Compasses and In
struments, Walking Canes, Fine Violins,
Flutes and Accoidcons, Fine Double
Guns, Cell's and other I'islcls,
Caps, i$-c, 5"c-, A'c-
TSa, Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired; Ac
cordcons correctly tuued; and Engraving handsomely
e.xecuted by J. T. HOUSTON.
Oct. 24, 73-tf
D O BBfJV HO USE !
POWKltS & CO., Proprietors.
the Proprietors ot this establishment an-
SijJ nounce to uie puuue, mat owing iu itic con
stantly increasing patronage extended to
them, they have been induced to enlarge the
ccommodatiou by the addition of an extensive Dining
Room on the lower floor, and snittt of Kooms on the
second floor; thus enabling them to accommodate all
who may favor them with a call. And they pledge
themselves to aa increased exertion to give satisfaction
to their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached aud careful Ostlers in
The oliirilde location of the Establishment, with the
r J'VL,ron"- 'bey hope will secure to tlicui
a liberal snar
The Western and Southern Stages arrive at and deparfrrt
from this House. I
Carriages m attendance on arrival and departure f
Steam Boats, for the accommodation of passenger
Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice ft
carrying travellers to anv part ofthe adjacent couutr' ,
J. W. POWERS. t CO.
Fayetteville, May 12, 1S36. 9S-tf
Inlialalion in Co2iiimj)tion.
RONXIIITIS, LARYNGITIS, and other Dis
eases of the Chest and Throat, successfully treat
ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors and Pow
ders) by absorption aud constitutional treatment, as
practised at the Siuyvesant Medical Institute, New
The unprecedented success which has attended this
method of treating d iseases of the Lungs and Throat
has induced us to depart from our usual course,
and ourselves of the columns of the press, in order to
bring it to the knowledge of such as may be laboring
under or predisposed to such affections. The dawn
of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Con
sumptive; the doctrine of the incurability of consump-
having at lengtli passed away, wo nave inhabi
ts in our possession that Consumption in all
s can be cured: in tue nrst. uy uiuercuiar at
in the second, by the treusformations of the
to chalky aim calcareous concretions, in
cicatrices, or scars. Inose wedded to
the past may assert, that even now,
incurable, such are behind the age.
t truth must be apparent, viz: that the
the form of vapor or Powder di
ngs, must be much more effective
he Stomach, where the disease
.dvantage of Inhalation in Con-
;ases is, that medicine in the
directly to the Lungs, where
nach is thus left lrec to aid
nisfering to it a healthy,
case so hopeless that In-
means, loo. are brought
r of administering
the invalid is neve
band of friendship
tbe physici&u b
safe and ready
edicine in such
e Lungs in
n at the seat
tined to re-
ii est de-
A 7 ViT,
ftiation of im-
Jhs Great Femam' Pill
Dr. J. P. Creager is the General Agent, wholesale and
retail for Dr. Wheatiugs"' celebrated Female Pill.
These Pills are truly valuable for Ladies, for they
will restore the Monthly Courses where they may stop
from any cause whatever. They never have failed in
any case where the directions around the box contain
ing the Pills have been strictly followed: indeed, there
has no case of failure ever come to our knowledge.
Being purely vegetable they are perfectly safe. Mail
ed to order, post paid, npon receipt of one dollar by
J. P. Creager, Baltimore city Md. "Ssj-A liberal dis
count to Druggists. 72-tf
X5 Why Labor so Hard when
Washing? I have a chemical process, for cleaning
clothes by the use of which the clothes can be washed
very clean without boiling, and with very little rub
bing. By this method much hard labor can be saved:
the washing is done in half the time, and the clothes
re very white and clean, and last much longer, ior
they are not worn ont bv rubbing as by the old way
f washing by machines. &c. The articles used cast
ut little, and are easy to obtain. I mail the receipt
o order, pnsta ge paid, upon receipt of 50 cts, three
e nts postage stamp? good as money. Address Dr. J.
Creager, Baltimore city, Md. 72-tf.
Warranted to force the Moustache and Whiskers to
grow strong and luxuriant in owe month, where there
was none before. It will not stain or injure the skin,
SI per bottle. Sent to all parts of tbe codntry on re
ceipt of price. Receipts tor making 5. I
Dr. S. P. 'SHELDQN.
Aug. 8th, 1857. New York City.
FOB THE TKAPB OR PRIVATE CSE. " U
Terms ash. 0;e Price Only
Heretofore we have manufactured and .tfold
exclusively at wholesale. We are now prejjfired
to offer a well assorted stock at retail, at sa-i-inirnrtimii
tucntv to thirty Der cent, the
B ' . -
We have now for sale
M Mahogany Chairs, spring seats,
Utered in hair cloth
25 to G 04 each.
fj Mahogany Sofas
unholstered iu hair cloth.
ri t rom
(Vom lo ww to io
gany Rocking chairs.
g seats, upholstered
r -cloth, from 5 00 to 12 00
.Mahogany easy Chairs,
on castors or rockers, up- !
bolstered in hair cloth, 11 00 U IS 00
H Mahogany Tete-a-tete, up- I
71 bolstered in hair-Cloth, 15 00 to 35 0 "
W Mairogany Tete-a-tete Sofas, v
E upholstered in hair cloth 25 00 to 45 00 "
S1AKHI.E AND MA1IOGASY TOPTables.j
Iu great variety of styles, qualities and pric.'S. t
BUREAUS. Half Marble and AVood Top, ith
or without Glasses, with W..sh -stands to match. I
ft1 Also. Wardrobes. Bedsteads, Sideboards. Mallr
Stands, Book Cases, Lounges, Etegeres, Coiner I
Stands and Book Shelves. , I
fi OFFICE FUKN1TURE. Desks, Tables aul I
a Chairs. ,
a All tbe above goods in black waluut or oak at I
i the same prices. ; '
PAULOU SUITS, in Rosewood, upholstrredj
jffl in French Brocatelle, Satin Damask, Satiuaud)
Plush. - !
The same in Black Walnut, the frames off
which are stained iu varnishing, making a bau-l
til'ul imitation, and upeolstered in the ame
goods, make a showj' appearance at a mucklpw-i
r drice. I
In our establishment can be found a great va-l
rf riety of Fancy Chairs, in Rosewood. Mabfgany.
and Black alnut. Turkish Smoking Chairs, Kc-
dining Chairs. Hall Chairs, Voltaire Chairs.
55 Cane Chair?itid also the Celebrated
Q SPRING BED.
... Known as Tucker's .Patent This article we
M would particularly recommend, it havirne ben
m f..' ii- tncti, i nnn fonntt til un . . M.vtKki
PU......J ....... . r-d
, f . Kinu liottom ever mvciura. t .j,
ruriifs imnare m jo. to personally select
me goons mev may wain, can ufna npm aar-
nig their orders lilieu witn aj mucn care, ami
their interest studied, as though tney were pre- Q
sent; and to Mich e also otler our servsciss torn
want. anl as we should purchase from f First
Hands, a saving will thereby be made whicl
PI Aug. 1, 1S57. 61-ly
" , . -f .... it-mi 1 il f li o crii-tlt (t
SH EPI ARB'S CHEAT BENEFACTOR j
THE GREATEST PERIODICAL HEWEDV
1.000 nxs. Retailed Monthly, j
THE BENEFACTOR IS INFALLIBLE to the im
mediate removal of Obstructions lrrignlarU8 I,r
lapsus Uteri (falling of the womb) Leuchotrhea or
Whites, and all the discas cs peculiar to femap.
This remedy has never in a single case failed in
producing the Menses. I have received uianj letters
of recommendation, which all say. '-It is tie ' best
remedy we have ever used." Sickness at itomach,
headache languor, debility, pains in the head, side and
back, loss of appetite, costiveness, &c aresonieof the
symptoms which attend irregular -meustration. This
remedy is certain to remove one and all of ihese symp
Be sure and gel the genuine, which ha my signa
ture on each box. This remedy may be had by ad
dressing J. S. SIIF.PPAltD, West Fourth jstreet Cin
cincinati, and enclosing SI, and the remedy will be
sent by return mail. i
N. B. Ladies who are pregnant should not use this
remedy, as it is sure to bring on miscarriage, though
no injury to health would follow. One bos SI, three
boxes Si. All lettfrsof inquiry must cottain a pos
tage stamp to ensure an answer.
J. S- SIIEPARD.
Sole Proprietor, Cincinnati. O.
August I, 1857. i 61-ly
NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE':
This Great Journal of Crime and Onnimalsji'
Twelfth Year, and is widely circulated through
country. It contains all the great Trials. t:i
Cases: and appropriate Lditorials on the saa
gether wi'h information on Criminal Matters,
be lound in any ottier newspaper.
Snbwrintiops. $2 pejnrHiitt$'-,
lonlhs. to be remitted by" Bnuiiuuu.w.'C
il the town, county and stateSvl
'i' - . - . - . .
tncy resiue, p..u.,, 4 cVMnTTT,
Editor and Proprietor of the
National Police Gazette,
New ork tat;
June 6, 1857 ly
500 AGENTS "WA.iVT'ED.
iL Homestead For
S3 10 000 worth of Farms and Building.
t .i, f y ,. i.'on-inn ri i ,11 lnener wuuulv. r - e
... . t vlrvnifl
to be divided amongst 10.200 subscribers JloVn
t.'.. ii7 Siibserintioua only ten dolirs.own..
or S15 one half down, the rest on the deiivery
Deed. - ' .... , f.
, :i :n .,r n r.niblinir Lot-r a farm:
tvery n - 1 ,V jw Ts
:.. , .,!., Ir,m. 111 to SiS.'"- .T"
ruimiox 111 w .
1 1.J .1, tn irlUCe ,puiraio,
sufficient number being reserved tne i il
value of which will compensateorthe
price now asked rnetUer
and J.is arc u lipase in thI
"'Sjiiiil farms art
.t .t t I ..... . ' 1, , ..ra,.
already sold, fftmAiat"!in-" isPow
itayjiv"'-"-- -seivicu-w.. Ainpie security!
and will soon comme mcj, perfofcianle of contract
nrAmltif-P . .
" , isnnivTes of land, in Afferent parts oil
iNearijr '""t command ana wiw,e sold to settlers
Virginia. to $30i per acree Unquettionabl.
J-MsZiTi" all cases befr.en Wfjpattert. CH
rfl lJrtrrit.ers. to whom the most li
will be civen. Some agcum wn
making $200 per moniu.
For full particulars, nDscr.pi.om Agencies,
Fort Royal, Caroht y
4 in its
sfV: Honey the Best oir-HajrslT. i
I b re valuable receipt for making Honey, which I
w'U send toauy person upon receipt of 5l cents. We
make and use it in our family at half the . cost, and
consider it as good as tbe best article of genuine bee
made honey .-"trom wnicn it cannot be told." -Any
persons who will make or sell it can clear from two to
tnree uunsrs uj, uuij requires urncies to mase
it, and they can be hml at any store for 50 cents.
Every family may have this delightful luxury, for anv
lady can make it in 15 minutes at any time, 3 cents
postage stamps as good as money. Address Dr. J. P.
Creager, Baltimore city, Md. 72-tf.
3"1)r. Cr ager, Baltimore, Md.
is the Sole Agent for Dr. Winder's celebrated Matri
monial 'Series," 3 Books, No. I, "A Book for Young
Men designed to prepare them lor Female Society;"
No; 2, "Lrrors in Courtship;" No. 3, "Reproductive
Control." Either of which will be mailed to order.
post paid, upon receipt of 25 cents. 72tf
Desirable Information to every
For some time past I have been engaged in a busi
ness (known only to myself and conmarativelv few
others whom I have instructed for Si 00 each) which
has averaged me an income of from $3,900 to $5,000
per annum and having made arrangements to go to
the Lastern Continent next tall, 1 am willine to irive
full instructions in the art to any person in the U.
States who will remit me the sum of ONE DOLLAR.
I am induced from the success I have been favored
with, and the acknowledgments that I have received
from those whom I have instructod in the art, and who
are new clearing from $8 to $15 per day, to give every
person a chance to come into possession of this valua
ble means ot malting a small fortune. There is no
Humbug about the business herein alluded to. Ref
erences of the best class can be given as regards its
character, and I can also refer to perSons iu Chicago
and Detroit as well as in this place, who have within
three mouths embarked in this businesss, and who will
testify that they are making from S8 to $15 per day
at the same. It is a business in which either Ladies
or Gentlemen can engage, and with perfect ease make
a very handsome income. Several Ladies in various
parts of Illinois and Missouri, whom I have instructed
in the art, are now clearing from $5 to $12 per day.
It is a genteel business and requires but a few shil
lings to commence it. Upon receipt of $ 1 I will at
once forward to the applicant a circular containing full
instructions in tbe art. which will be perfectly under
stood upon being once read. Address
No. 37, Fourth St., St. Louis, M-o.
Aug. 22 . Cm
toy DK. WM. YOl'SG.
Marriage Guide Young's Great Physiological
Work: The Pocket sEsculapius, or every one
his own Doctor, by Win. Young, M. D.
It is written in plain language for the general reader
and is illusti ated with upwards of One Hundred en
gravings. AM young married people, or those con
templating marriage, and having the least impedimeut
to married life, should read this book. It discloses
secrets that every one should be acquainted with; still
it is a book tbat must lie kept locked up, and not lie
about the house. It will be sent to any one on the
receipt of twenty five cents. Address
DR. WM. YOUNG.
125 Sprnce St., above Fourth,
April 18, 1857. ly
HKLMBOLD'S GE51INE PREPARATION
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED C O M P O I H D
FLUID EXTRACT BICHC.
For Disease of thr Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel,
Dropsy, Weakness, Obstructions, Secret
Diseases, Female Complaints, and all
Diseases of the Sexual Orgatts,
Arising from Excess and Imprudence in life, and re
moving all Improper Discharges from the Bladder,
Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever cause they may have originated, and
no matter of how long standing; giving Health and
vigor to the frame, and bloom to tbe Pallid Cheek.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED !!!
- It cures Nervous and DebiUtataAJ " i. " "7
, auioug wuivu win ue iuuuu
to Exertion, Loss of
Power, Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of Breathing, Gen
eral Weakness, Horror of Dis
ease, Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Dreadful Horror of Death, Night
Sweats, Cold Feet. Wakefulness, Dim
ness of Vision. Languor, Universal Las
situde of the Muscular System, and often
Enormous Appetite, with Dyspeptic Symptoms
Hot Hands. Flushing of the body, Dryness of
the Skin, Palled Countenance and Erup
tions on the Face, Pain in tbe Back,
Heaviness of tbe Eyelids, frequedtly
Black Spots Flying before the Eyes,
With Temporary Suffusion and
Loss of Sight. Want of Atten
tion, Gleat Mobility, Rest
lessness, with Horror
- ol Society.
Nothing is more desirable to such Patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more Dread
for Fear of Themselves; no Repose
of Manner, no Earnestness, no
Speculation, but a Hurried
Transition from one
question to an
other. These symptoms, if allowed to go on whieh this
medicine invariably removes soon follows Loss of
Power, fatuity and bpileptic Fits in one of which
the patient may expire. W he can say tbat these ex
ercises are not frequently followed by these direful
diseases insanity ana consumption? The records of
tne insane Asylums, ana tbe melancholy deaths hv
Sousumption. bear ample witness to the truth of these
assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy
-: i. : : TI... .. - . .
eAllluiitiuu uppuiiis, x ux: uuuiiti'uanut; is actually SOd
j .i ...:.- .1 .:.... i. i - .i . . -
ucu uuu ifttitt; uraiuuu: ucnucr iuinu or ixnel CVcr
visits it. Should o sound of the voice occur, it is rarely
"With woeful measures wan despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.'
Debility is most terrible! and has brought thou
sands upon thousands to untimely graves, thus blast
ing the ambition of many noble youths, It can be
cured by tne use ot this INFALLIBLE REMEDY.
li you are suttering with any of the above distressing
ailments, tbe Fluid Extract Buchn will cure you. Try
it and be coavinodpf its efficiency JcwMtrOsMk
aeT iT" nV Wb0 falsBlT h"nftf
tnem, and i- ' suieiiug, money, ana Exposure,
by sending or calling for a bottle of this Popular and
v. ii : n o nA infl.n.i: -
li aiiays an muauuuuu, in peneciiT plea
sant in its taste anu oaor, Dut immediate in its action
flefmbold's Extract Bnclw
Is prorared directly according to the Rule of Pharma
cy ynemiBiry, WIla ie greatest accuracy and
(jfv-micai Kiiuwieuge ana care aevoted iu its combin
Kou. ot:e rrnsessorwewecs' valuable Wnrka tk.
&lM'"ac,ticer hys'c most f the late Standard
t ui &B ui juuuiciiie.
One hundred Dollars will be Daid to nn-o- Ti,o::
I who can prove that the Medicine ever injured a Pa
tient; and the testimony of thouFaads can be produced
u.i i uu gre pooo. uases of from one
week to thirteen years' standin?
The mass of Voluntary Tesimony in possession "of
niu x iuiiiiciui, uuciiiug us virtues and curative pow
ers, is imense, embracing names well known to
Science and Fame.
100,009 Bttlcg have been Sold and not a
instance or a tauure nas been reported!
Personally appeared before me. an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. PELMBOLD, Chemist who
being duly sworn does say, that his preparation con
tains no Narcotic, Mercury or injurious Drug, but are
purely Vegetable. -
H. T. HELMBOLO. Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No-
tciuui. . . iiiDnAKu. Altlerm n
- PRICE: 1 per Bottle, or Six for 5, Delivered to
any Address, accompanied by reliable and responsible
Certificates from Professors of Medical Colleges, Cler
gymen and others. Prepured and sold bv
t ti , , ... . . .
... , utunuovw,
No 52 Sonth Tenth St., below Chestnut, Assembly
ar-Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Hclmbold's
Take no other.
June 13, 157.
DR. W. R. - MO SE tET'S
Griffjx, Gi., 1856.
All persons afflicted with Cancer,
Tumors, Wens, Scrofula, Scald-Head,
Tetter. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Otorrhceo
Ulcers of all kinds, together with all
other chronic diseases, can avail themselves of Or.
Mosely's services at Griffin, Ga. Office on 8th st.
TERMS: All persons are required to
pay their fees in advance, or give their notes
with references. No case will be undertaken
unless it can be cured or admit of relief. My
mode of practice in Cancer and Cancerous affec
tions, is without the use of the knife or caustic,
and is both local and constitutional, causing
but very little pain, in most cases. All cases
of CANCER are required to be under tuy
immediate care and supervision from one to
six weeks. Communications strictly private
and promptly answered. Address W. R.
Mosely, M. D., Griffin, Ga.
SCIKRHUS BREAST CIS BE CUBED!!!
LET THE PUBLIC READ.
In mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high
opinion I entertain of Dr Moseley, as a Sureeon and
Physician, I deem it my duty to mention tbe case of
my wife, hoping at the same time that all persons simi
larly afflicted may be benelitted by it. In tbe fore
part of this year, my wife had several small lumps to
make their appearance in her breast ; they continued
to increase in size, until the whole breast became a
diseased mass, and very painful. I procured the best
medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding
the earnest and laithtul attention ot the most ssiltul
physicians, she continued to grow worse and worse
until they gave the case up as incurable, and advised
amputation. I was advised by luany of my friends, to
visit Dr. W. R. Moseley, of Griffin, Ga., wiich I did,
and, astonishing as it may seem, he had her entirely
cured within one monthJ and she is now in good
health!! I would advise all who are afflicted with Scir
rhus and Cancerous affections, to visit the Doctor with
out delay, as I am satisfied by experience and obser
vatiou, tbat he is the mot skilful physician in the
Southeru States, in the treatment of that horrible dis
ease Cancer WM. II. MITCHELL,
M. E MITCHELL,
Daughter of J. W.Bradbury, Rome.
June 20, 1857. ly
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR,
Circulation, over 100,000 Copies
25 W T. ESSES, or the
DYE IS THE
Who has had 10 years experience as a Banker and
Publisher and Author of a series of Lectures at the
Broadway Tabernacle when for 10 successive nights,
over gST 50,000 People- greeted him with Rouuds
of Applause, while he exhibited the manner in which
Counterfeiters execute their Frauds, and the surest and
shortest means of detecting them!
The Bank Note Engravers all say that he is the
greatest Judge of Piper Money living.
GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
PRESENT CENTURY FOR DETECTING
COIXTERFEIT Bl.Vfc SOTES.
Describing every Genuine Bill in existence and ex
hibiting at a glance every Counterfeit in Circulation !!
Arranged so admirably, that reference is easy and
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