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J VOLUME XIX KO.OSO.
f t. j . - - -
' . : :. r A f rk 1.1 IV I A"IS
'v ; a - o:iJT
- ! ', For a i ingle cop,1f PM- ia:adrnce. rJ annum, S'l
:'U .1 -'- " it the. eloi mouths,
-'.-'-'. at thtMVid'oi mouths, 3,J0
GROCERIES,--. IAll Br :''!
Thn tnlreirni.il iliv. nnw reCeivirilT A 1 I"ge a.'SOttr
meit of .ftuGr.UlM IIMUWIRE UK
-: a c l so a v r k i ;: ; jv rtjgrc y
sort- " ..ij.ftfth denniue A-' 1, !J.e only-, Agent
"suDiiv!OP the Genniue A vt
,for mo -ai v imrftuviyc
The Tollowiug valuably real estate, the property of
E.'C. Hsill decM.-Is biTeredifr sale and cousists'of th
following tracts :
That 'Uiiraile place known as ltoras. cmuLn- . Tr t - . - r - ivs , 'l,s.
aboutZfi.JUacrt-8 -.with ..all -the improvemets,;,Tlis , tit? winch Ho has bostowed upon thU peopj
place will Wsold entire or divided, to suit parchsers. ami our milt Oil prfVCors OUgllt .to assendto
it beinff probably :.one of the bt buine.-. tftimtht. Ho wnnl.l "WvAmue to bless" our
thecountry. andla very u.:siraoie 10 muse uiu8 - . v . . , . , . . . - , t,
enter the mercantile busine. - - ' -jV I grqat republic in time tos comer ag.h ;ha&
, No 2, Consists ef a5Lpt and i Brick' Store (2, ten e- blessed itme pQt.-tjSiace tin?. adjournment
meutf in CamWeion; on Bridge hSS-of the lust; Con-rcsr loUrnatituenb have
I I - . vr ...i7 ;if hurMcircd Jl a Jtiorter periou n - ,?. 'k w;ft oit Hi Vtv.ilp$uifa',nt . ' mall . ad- , " .r- .V .... r iliiUl - . I : - . - . ' -b. J.
l ' 'th'att6aeT?ar'wcpatdIn.adv.Wf . if Taiict ou cost former sh, 6r nnasnal iiv. t, protapt; ;Mav . ' ' 4$Ml Vv--'' - July H. 1857. ;tf - - :
. With the view f ern ling tljTution and en- daly: ... . ..- WWIKLlAHo CO. - ' V-- - ; - CJ - -U -Vv tt ' TT '
I'v,:. - na-wviBVi ' 1 "-"X5sr jJHE tfndtTsUued;wonld j-spectfitny, inform hi? old t . ; : ,a . - -V-; "
. Sixty ctfnJjTp'er quveofl'es, or less, for tee ro. a Lmi wircrv' WVwill -be -lad to4 see Tire Prebjter. an -Church in Nnrh .Curphna
" -Ulft.... 4V llkT II I 111! 1' ll.lt 1 ' 1 U lltCi V V ' . - - V' 1 , - l- 4 .,; .- , ' . 1 - -. 1 ! 1 1 II I . I . I I 1 . a I u- a J.tlKt Wktfl t-ftl I ' t T W ' 1 I 1 W -. IIIVMII VXIIIMirM 1 A- A n TM I Mllil U IMItll" III i . -.v - v - .. .. V!',. - . . i I '- . - ''71
- ' ".'.Eor.ixttoithi ' -..- . ;vv;v TIH1MGV0IJfV UESTAIIHAT- - ,fatMtit bhtOOO1 Pr4rVteris?iV. Wellies
; " " ' 'X wreTQonth;,.- 0 C31; , "Thev'yahe MfloliV tree in' tbe , baaLsoaiest '-n.'tlcetnii the" ifrttinfi Is 'nf'o'n R'thVp""' P Wyto-' rjs'0 3 3 vacant lots inCampbdlfn;k.VoAri liy eitjoved ln iistfaltlt!6 "of health. , ; lho bini cir
lV"'Xllt We.'li..e 13,00a nMnnirten..r-iSH PlotNo M9;ll. I aitVl half ot'lot .ls;- ; ftJijtililii) V"t?l hei flfts "nbunilahtly, aiid j portioji
',? v"i i'iU;,- !',','t VTi'W atiKr7 tnn'5f tsltn m the Utnoii iti point of nunffrr, x 1 u Cori Mill aid Steam rjnr'nf i.nd Bo'lef S - f-'-" - . u-n -.1 -
-7 r. - " "Ijfj'f14 canaot wel14 n,98lt: itI&the ELLOVV any Svnou' South or Wesf. of !V ,:,svl vauia ' tentiou ofti.o- l.viti-lwhoro wver power f not ;HrSi 1- brief penod, our. maniifactunng, muierf vC??'
j &!SSAV"0OfiS.: ' ' TLyiuWriljr would take thT, Who of thanking 0,W sist,r States on the N.rtn aud" South, t J'l HaST Asnee. Hf iaiical bccipdf!oS, have forger .Men ancU
; . M - - tu f. -izens of t us W ice and the fflirroundms country, i.nith k.-.o momi. i.. i . , ,M-7 - .r. partaken of 1 r no ip-jurnl . ir iftnerirv.. Wo ainonnK si
lij I I. - ' . H7
FRESH : TURNIP
- FLAT DUTCH, M
' ENGLISH NORFOLK,,
L A It (1 E G LO U E ," '
: RUTA BAGA,
Just received and for sale by
July U. 1857.
JTetfou-Gittzens of. the S6nate.; -.and h- " '
- . -" " ' J ' - Ilovsrf 'of Rcprixnitathesr .
Xri obedience to" the'eoramand of thc -cbh-.
A sti'tutjon, it has now become my " datj- lt
grvp to Uongress. intoripauo.n f oi: xae swit;
of "the Union, and recommend to .their con
sideration such measures" as I judge. to be
"necessary and expedient." f V . . rvr :y
' But first; and above all, " bur thanks are
j due tbAbnightyGod for the numerous bene-
InJepd, lfc .is.' iuipo- Ible by this mo
'.bhvert all" the debN ot t L Mted
.viArT .m-.nf. vbvernr.uints-- into t)ank
vithout reference to the .specie required to
Redeem theiiv ... .HoweVer valuable . ,the?e . --urities
inay be in themselves,- tliev cainict
Wcpnverted' hUo Vgold" and -.silver -.at tie
moment bf pressure, as our experic lice t e r.el -"esj
in Sufficient'' time to prevent .ban I; -; a :
.sions and the' depreciation of. bank iv ,-tt .
Itf "Eiigland, Vliich' is f o a coiic.iderable exr.t
a paper'morM?y count 1 though vastly 1 c " i:. :
our .own iii this reject, it nv-s dee- i -yjatle,rauterior
to 'the. act .of Vail: ..
lB4-tr wTxieh wisely sep:u-attw tin?
-nhtq trnm the Uankii'L' cienartnu'
Uatik'of .'England' always to
CI.EUEXT G. W1UGHT,
Attorney at Law, JFayettevIll-, jV. C.
Otnce at the corner of Bow atid Green streets.
F'cb'v 3, !
lor th unp
cn h'm. and would so
He has always mi Hand the VKRV DET LIQUORS.
L-. that can be found id the
py the quantity or otherwise.
sardines. Cliecs;. Preserved
and many other good things.
WIVES and CORDl.
United Stat-sj either
Alo Cirar. Piekl::
Fr:iit. Lemon Svruri
a"l flatters hi arse If that .he has i the most polit". lli
.ITTORXEY . AT LAW,
V T r Z N f) the Oo irts of 'CutnUerland, Harnett,
'"ake and folniston.
vl Irt's. Toon jr. Harnett o., . o
Feb. 1(5. 18."I). . 85-Y
n Ul V 'nV FULL Eli,
V 1 1 iniev at 1 n v ,
P V R T r K V "t fl , x , v
May be consulted at the Law Office ot Jce G. Shep
herd. Esq.,' on Green Street.
July 11), 1850. ' 7-tf
r:T. accomplished a
his establishment, th
notice. He would c;
private rooms upstair
and in go'ui order.
Mav Ki. 18f7.
id FIi1JT. vender to attend to
t can he found either North or
drinks put up at the shortest
U attention particularly to his
n which are large, comfortable,
! ' R.. JONES,
eireen St.. Fayetteville. N. C.
For the M aud -Winter
ANIHU3W J. STRUMAS,
Ailoruey k i i.uw .
Ilav ing removed to PITTSP.OliO, N. C. will attend
egulai lv the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Harnett
April 14, is:(;. tf
JOil. U. SHAW.
ATTrOR.rAT AT LAW. ,
Ilockinghani. llichm-i.id County! North Carolina,
will practice in th Courts of Itichmond, Anson and
Uo'ksoii. AH ousiuess entrusted to his care will re
ceive strict attention. . July, li; ly-J-S
F R SALE.
814 Acres of I.aa l,"lyini,' on Cape Fear River Store,
Dwelling, Out Houses all in first fate order. The Store
is at due lasiiiess staad at the Cross Iliads and t.!!
and "is not' to i6 excelled by any in North Carolina.
Any persoa desiring to purchase can obtain further
particulars ' respLotiu the property by calling en
Cither of us at. Willis' Creek o-t tine riimington Uoad
l. miles -froai Fayetteville.
lS-tf JAMLS WKUillT.
li K t : I VT K D .
soo:ti Secure a Good 'liar gain
ri"p-i. It iiidsnniesr and
(ll'ks lf v
cir. ecer brought lo this
and no mi-ttikc.
iiiheent assortment of
out 'li' JotSslitsr.
tra Jackets of a P. colors
Vv.. ,.v,...ths of the IF Ail dlNG
USE L.Vi) in H.irni'tt Lo i ity. k.io.vn as the Purker
...i in.. i.h: ir,! iin ' iVni. ll.irr a 'ton's land on
iT.;,. i.itil . .liv.'.r. Tiure is sofn i acres ct
est -1 ill ty or lo.v
tit' )(' i L;
( 'Ih'.i t)ist
for Gentlemen's 1
, jla rkel
Also, a Mn-.
R ty's ;i lid
Bov's Suits and E
ing, at a very low
of P iJ'Hdets aiMl Q
nel, ' Over SItii'ts
A very cxt
(i c t l i: si i: ' s
Fine iiien and F;
V -Ohlt'S, l' iHer-u;i r
Merino, Sorks, Cra
d P.-i r tf vim-v Jw' !
pTiSive assort melit ot
F L H SHI N ii . O O S ,
K'V .M.ITSClHcS MlirtS illlQ
noiit.s of Iieavv Silk land
Lit?, Gloves, Ha.idkerchiefs,
S!iii'. from the heavi
est Water-Proof, ti the finest 1'u up and Fair
to i.i is o l t':U Stiver.
i stitched ; I'tiilatieli
the j LADIES" FRKNCII
The up ; Exlra larwsizes Do
u'.i l ii" i t dv ti n r ; l w tli pi.ies. and wlthiu six Leather, Spanish Iroi
ndesof th- E lyetteville-and A' jstern Railroad. ('English oie Leather
For pirticuUrs applf to D MeARTHUR. of 1'ravelling Hags ,
' V J. P. ROPER. Shawls and Fancv Jn
J. V. McKAV
Nov. 18)(i 21),
. A. H. Ca-uib"II,
Vt'CTlOXEKH & COMMISSION UKIICHAST,
East side of Gillespiw street,
Fa VKTTKVII.J.K , N. C.
, October 1. t8.-."
.M A II II Ti K V ; A C T O It Y,
BY- GEO. LAUDER
C early opposite to
E. YV. Willkings'
Fayetteville, N. C.
Segars; L'm'or'i I la;
Ov er Coats. Legging
for Ladies; and a great variet
numerous to mention
All which will be si!
Grateful for ihe liber
to me. I resp'-ctfully I
Obposite G. W
September 20. 185
peaIuTe & co.,
Oct. 1. 18jC.
V.RE now reeeivina a large and well selected stock !
of ar jsi&5aJ j
. . - . , e .'- i
consisting in part ot. r
15lack and Fjnred Silks;
ntrlish and Freneh iMeriiioes :
Plain and FijAl DeLaues;
French all wo! Plaids;
Alpacas of all qualities;
English, French and American Prints;
Chenille Shawls, (beautiful patterns;)
Ladies' Cloaks of every description ;
-Jaconet Ldriurs and Insertions;
Collars and Underslceves;
Hosiery, Gloves, Belts;
Ribbons, Trimmings, &c.;
Cloths and Cnssi meres;
Tweeds, Jeans mid SaYtiuets;
Wiiite and Colored Flannels: ,
Bleached and brown Shirtings;
Allendale 10-4 Sheeting; i
Bleached ami , Brown Drillings; L
Plaid Liuseys and Kerseys;
Marlboro' Stripes and Plaids;
Brown and Bfeacht d Table Cloths;
Towellings of all kinds;
Extra quality Bed Blankets; " 'r '
Spiral, Brass and Whalebone Hoops;
Good assortment of Hoop Skirts; "
Yankee Notions of every variety, kind, and
Silk, Leghorn, and Straw Bonnets j
Moleskin, Cassimere and Wool Hats;
Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas, fec.
A large and fashionable stock of
.May be foiutd'at hi
where he will be plea
form ooeratious for
price will be charged
vorintr Dv P. with tliel
J , ! S
January 1, 1856
For preserving Fres
Quart- and Halt" Galb
per dozen, respective
Also, Fresh Supj
WARE and Table
June 20, lv57.
Lames C. Smith.
All ot which will be sold low for CASH, oron our
usual time to punctnal customers either at Wholesjile
or Re-ail. All persons are respectfully invited to
crive us a call. - ' - :
D F. PEARCE." J. W. PEARCE, Jr.
Hof. 12 183T 7-tf f
All business entrus
Wilraingtouj Octobfr 1, 185
cit a continuation.
ours imbiish tbe Ui'sitral. and the Southern
Piesuylerian, for the benefit of their people.
T he time has come when the Presbvteriau
Church iu North Carolina should likewise do ;
her duty to her children. t is a conceded and j
importatil tact, 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
avnoii ana i resoyieries 10 elevate aim en
lighten the piety of our membership by diffusing
; eva ngelieal knowltlge- to promote the cause
i'of rMiieatioii to develope the talents of our
i Ministry, and to strengthen the attachment of
; our people to the soil and sanctuaries of their
own State. ' j.
I If our Church in other States, and other
j Churches in this State, can slirply 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 ho ne? With 1 tfie
same r 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' sou of our State, "It
ougiii io nave oeen unuertaKeu U years ago.
i have possessed all thb elements of material proportion would certainly be insuUl
out it is not too late to Jjegin to do ngut. " 1
In the last two or three months, a' fund of
about $50(10 has been subscribed as a permi
nent capitaf. At a meeting of the. contributors
held at Greensborough on the 14th of May.-
Oilfl IF a 11 lis Ready to. Rev. A. Baker, Chairman, the Paper was un
witli any quality CIoLli- rsiiinously located at Fayet I eviile,- under the
igure, i( name and imj or nie .north .oauoli.va :. 1'hes-
I !lail A lar-e lt I5YTRRIAV Lev VnuN. .Mebane and Bev.
, , " . ;; George; .McNeill were elected Editors; Rev.
ver tinis; a i so, oiricy ria'l
50 Tons o I Pernvisii ' riPi no. .wealth in rich abundance, and yet, riotwi-tli- ;ler "our; ban kin g 'sy sttun. l!ach of cur four
standing all these advantages, our country, teen hundred banks has but a limit l ch in
its monetary interests', is at thet present' cuittfercncc 'for' its circulation, and in the
moment in a deplorable condition. In the course of a very few days the depositors ami
midst of unsurpassed plenty in all' the pro- riofe-holders might demand from such a bank
. dnctions of agriculture, and in all the ele- a sufficient amount in specie to compel it to
ments of national wealth, "we find our manu- suspend, even although it had coin in -ir,;
factures suspended, our public works," retar- vaults equal to one-thirtl of its imin. :iate
ded, pur private enterprises of different kinds; pliabilities'. And yet I am not aware, with
abandoned and thtyjsands oXnscfnl laborers the exception of theHbauks of Louisiana, that
thrown ouiof employment and reduced 'f'o any State bank throne-hout tlie ' Union ii;is
.want. 1 lie' revenue ot tne -eovermnent been renuire bv its charter in L,m O
i n , i l i i' ' . " , . .. ! . .
Eor sale by
G. W. Wi: LI A MS.& Co
August 29 (J5-tf
B. E. PEAliCK & CO..
F 0 B. K I (1 N A X D D 0 M K S T I C DilVtir'OD
. ? '
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SHOE-V
Umbrellas and Ready-Mide Clothing,
FAYETTEVILLE X, C.
i which is chiefly derived from dutie' on im- or any other proportion of o-old a -ml
! !vt r
. n. t v it 1. 1 v a to s,
General Commission Mcreliant.
NORTH WATER STREET, g
w. 1'earcf ji: ports from abroatLthas been greatly reduced -' compared "with the amount . of its ctanbinrd
. (ll'tr whilst the appropriations maoTe.' by Congress circulation ami deposites. What lias been
1 Vil ninglon , JY
at us last session-Lor tue current nsai year tne consequence? Jn a recent repn t made
are very large in amount. ; u,'"-V j by the Treasury department on the coiali-
Under these circumstances, a loan jhiay be tion of the banks throu;hout the different
viun t,u uciiiu luc uyoe.- ui j;yui;!.jjivoi-ini uiciivs, iiLCUl 1U llg IO leiinilS liaieit l:e;"'l"t't
Will give personal attention to the sale or shipment of session, but to be only a slight misfortune " to 'January, 1857, the a--oie.ate un'orrt o'
all consignments of Naval stores or other country when compared with the sutieriiig and dis-: actual specie in their vaft'J is 85s -W V s 1
!)ro luce, and a. v other business entrusted to uis care, i. . . - -( P . v 1 lta ,s - ,J'- e e,?-,
will be promptly attended to. .r:-Zi - ; tress prevailing among the people.pU lth ! of their circulation $251,778, 82, ami f
April 18. 1837. iy ' this the. government cannot fail deeply to then 'deposites $2o0,o71,o52. ' Thus it ai:-
r ' -.--i . ... . - . - . 1 i.I , - I
'lit txi tit x . n t t .
l r iKMI'icn V'e nl 1 ill X Al 11 HO
'"B.Vfver a'id C II." Wiley, and Messrs. George
McNeill, Sr., Joh.u II. Cook and David .Mur
phy were appointed, an Executive Committee,
to establish the Paper and manage its business
j' It is our wish and design to make the North
Carolina Prksbv.teriax a journal of the first
class, equal .to. the best in the country in typo
graoh.'e.i. appearance and in 'adaptation to the
wauls of our Chim-hes. Its coluuins will afford
tlw latest intelligence, both foreign and. domes
tic, and special care will lie 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 vvill advocate the conservative, or-
Waj-kiug Canes: Ind'a Rubber t hodov, Old School doctrines and order lof the
nu! rtno les: -s Iso. Over Nho'S (Mniridi
Ilia m i I j
(; 1?. of
T ii A V i; I . L I N( J TRb" XK
iJo "s; (J.-ii I s" liglixji
Fi.uiij and Packing TrunKs;
"al ces. and oth'-rs: a nrw siyle
v(-rv eo.ivenieut:) neutl'me.: s
sjy Iflaiikeis: ijeauine Havana-
of Fancy Goods too
Id at wholesale or retail verv
low for cash or on time to p.ompt p iv; iig r Customers
1 patronage le retofore extended
olicit a -coutinua nee ofthv: same.
GEORE BRAND I ,
South Side llav Street.
Williams &. Co.
41 -.J' -I.i,' - ) M 1....' til 1 .ii -W -,i ) .
Our first appeal is to our own people to N
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confuleiitlv
uMnt their! I'iivor, we trust that the native sous
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 give it their
f Knurs; ft 2
rooms, during his regular Office j , .( . .
h I livery ot the fust number; $2 50 in six months
a: from 9 A.!, to 1 1'. l I &a t the fml r.f die vp-u- Tr ..l.il.o F oe
more, paying in advance and when ( the Paper
discount .of 10 per
a P. M. to 5 P. M.
ed to receive calls from all who
is spin, iii on tir itpticc o
ma v le in need oti ins hroiessional services. i . , , ., .
o.. ,..:urj... k..i,i k., i ceui. win ue i owen.
u i no i ceo r i i, n i i ii in uriii inn, nv ii ri i t ii ni' - - r - - .
: i . : j - . t - , ti i .- i , f i
small compensation: a good! miners nre earnestly desired to act as
fcn all cases. And patients fa-
r conti .enci , may reiy upon Lis:
utmost exertioiis to pt'form every oieration in as pL r-
tect a manner as poss
P. S. Those who
Oct. '7, IS57-
must be paid for as soon :. com
e now indebted will please call
WILMIKG'iON, N. C. ;
cause will please
mjmtuiAC, tiiougo 1 U Uiaj uu hhuuuu niu ; peili. S llltlt tllCSO UUUKS ill tilC a ' Tt ' ' rU 1 O
power to extend rehet. . ' . have considerably le:ss than one dollar In
At- It' is our duty to inquire what has produc- r seven of gold and silver cfunpaied w ith their
a ed such unfortunate results, and whether ' circulation ainl deposits. Jt was 'palpable,
THE undersigned havinjr executed a power of
torney to E. F. Moore, he is thereby authorized to make
all settlements for hie in my name, and generally to ! l""0' ""T , " V ' " . 11 ut ''a. ii was pa!
transactall bnsmesisas I might or could do were I per- tueir recurrence can be preyentctu ; in an. thereto re,' that the very hrst liresure must
former j-evulsions the blame might haVe drive them to suspension',, aiid deprive il;e
been fairly attributed to a variety of co-opcr- people of a: convertible cm rencv w ith all its
NEW FI1JM AND NEW ..GOODS ' !
r-r ci ah I f io r vAii r 1-ot n -r oviitinn- In 1 -4-1 a - 4- K .-, I . . , 1 , I.,.,, - t
M. they have formed a copartnership, under tlre'iiaine ' misfortunes have proceeded" solely from our to preserve thir creeii, wl.en a den r.i'd for
ami style, ot
- i,.-- i - .'' - ' '-.i - r extravagant and vicious system ot paper the payment of one-se'venth nf ,,.;,. ;,.,,.,
ptyrprxn iT.J-....Tewnt l . b'rf- .r- -r-pe' to wild"'1q7eciifati6hs amTahiblino- mi insolvency And "this i ; tl-c (,,-,i;i;il.," riV
I own ot Lumbertoa, a. id are now rtcc g 1 . m, 1 , . .. - . . , J . , lo tJ-c OiltlaiOil elti.e
11.LL Sr WlJVTtlR stock of staple s'ks. i nose revulsions must continue jo .ianks, notv,-ithstandinr that- ,,;
and Pailf.y Lrv ti mil's, M'eatly-m le :iecur at successive intervals so long as tne nnJiions ol gold Irom California have ih.wt o,
lothiuo, 'Kamilv rnci-rh-s, &c tr :. i ""iint ofthe paper-currency and bank, in upon us within the last eio-ht voars. ;illi
To whie!ithey would respectfully invite the atiea-1 loans and discounts of the country shall be the tide still continues to flow. -. Indeed 'urn
tion of their friends and the public g -fierally, left to the discretion of i-fourteen hundred has been the extravagance of h-ml- , i'h
Sr'Sf !"i"UX0'Kl:;'t!Svi.;. !rPnblo banking institutions, which that the banks ,- &Wa coaMoml.lv l!!';
Lumbertoii, Oct. 10. 7i-3m irom the very law ol their" nature will con- amount of specie, either in proportion t
- - suit the interest of their stockholders rather their canital or to thi-ir ... i
lri i1 VLV n Mn iXHiti 3ib o uiiruepuonc enare
TX3SSSSK LW SBEl,
posites combined, than thev did before th,.
i The frameps of the constitution when they ctisco very of gold in California. While in
' gave to Congress the power "to coin money the year 184b their specie in proportion to
i nml -.--iil..f fi-w vol,,,, b.i.,kf " mti1 their r'nuitnl wn in.,.,- ,i -.
I u I'.M l K. ii umt. Hit.. I Ulvll Ulkl tWl) "ii" yx.j ' ' Lllilll ei U 11 1 T(
a , , .v.. : . . r., t i . . i
V7ir,L ATTEND PaOPH 3Cr"ST ? 0 ALL hilnted the States irom coming money, emit- uonar ior iour anti a half, m ls57 it
Rusiness in the above line, entrusted to his care.1 ting bills of credit, or making anything but not amount to
one dollar for every six dol--Special
attention will be given to the sale of aru 8jivcr c0n a under in payment of lars and thirty three cents of their c n.it i1
Timber lree-ot commissions. 111, 1 . 1 i . Tii Tr. iiun ,1 .- I 1 ''"
Oct . HM8i7 71-tf j debts, supposed they had protected the peo- In the year lh4b the specie was equal with-
1 1 J. pie against the evils of An excessive and lrre- -in a very small fraction to one dollar in five
MKDM'AL C0LI,KGlv 0F GEOKtiiA, (leemabie paper currency. Ihey are not to meir circulation ami deposits
JliUJA, oeeniiiiie pijjcr ciiiiencv. j. oej ni iivu inv-umuuii ui u uepositS 111 J S,i, ,
; responsible for the existing anomaly that a is notequal to one dollar in seven and a half
V-. . .'. ! government endowed with the sovereign at- of their circulation and deposits,
.uis lusii- .1 . 1 , ', '. ,i. . L' 11 , . : l. .
t:... t ....... t o : i. r ... : 41.:
tution. will commence on Monday, the 2d November tn oute ol coining money anti regulating me num cm uus bi.ucmcnt it is easy to ac-
ne-i. i va ue Tiieri'ot snouin nave no i ver i i me- onu iui uui niiunciai llsr,l', ..
. . - - . - j v,. . ix.i l lit
vont others from driving this coin out of the torty years. It has been 'a history of extra-
CUUIHl J Clllil llllilll UJ tilt? UiitXIlILUlOj Ut CllU- . .t.c v v -v(.iirni; lfl UIO OUSIT."
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy. G.M.Newton, M.D
Anatomy. II F CaiupiKdl, M. D.
Sursrerv, L. A. Dugas. M. D.
Institutes and l ractice of Medicine, L. D. Ford. M.D lation Avith liaper Which does not represent the country, followed bv ruinous e et,--Materia
Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Jiirispru- ' 1 i -i ; . . ' - , " ':., , a f " c ' , , ,'Ll''
dence. I P Gravin. M. I). ! gold or silver. i ions. At successive intervals the bet
Obstetrics and uiseases or women and lniants, J. A. j , It is one of the highest' and most respousi- ium "-Ui0!s.6 enterprising men have been
E Physiology and Pathological Anatomy. H. v. M. ' ble duties' of government' to, insureUo the tempted to their ruin by excessive b.n.T:
Miller. M.I). ' i people a . sound circulating medium, the loans ot mere paper credit, x'itin-- thrm to
Chemistry and I hariaacy. Alex. Means. M D. I amount of which onoht, to he abirted "ttitll': extravagant importations of forr-w.-t. ,,m,i
11. t- .i. .iK1. ..-J.. .1 ,1.11 . v "il,j-v wild aTf'iil ii t t-,i c nn1 .1 .1. i
iiic: ULiiiuiSL pussiuie n lsuuiu aim omii ivj liiit ...j-v vui.invnn) tm., i uiimmis UIIl oeillOl ai-
TliMnrmsf rator of A natomv. If Cunmbi-11 Al I o
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatom v.S. I). 'Simmons. !
M.D. ! wants of internal traderand foreijm exchaii- izmg s
vlin.tai lii'tuut'.') Hiii ue uei i ri eu in in
pital and at the Jackson stret t Ilo.-p.ital.
I? e lor wnoie ourse. biu..
Matriculation Ticket (lo.be takm once.) $."
For further particulars, apply to any member of
City I los
mm BASTE 35H
h Fruits and Vegetables, i Pints
ns, at 52 4U. SH 40; and So 2.5,
y. For sale at the Croc'iery
W. X. TILLIXGIIAST.
lies of CHINA, GLASS
Kuives. 5-tf P
S 311X11 &. t o.,v
and all others friendly to the
assist in procuring as many subscribers as possi-
hle, and lor ward the names, by slugusl 1st, to
this (Jthee. As soon as loOO subscribers are j
ohtniPed. the first number will be issued. If a!
f:iitbfiil iiml vi.KHiu oft'.. t ,..,L, ;.. ,.wt ! lie Facuity. or to
: y; ' 1 Y,i",7. ", "lr Sept Mb. 1857
I ill"","'" fv Uliu.r IllIU mtt" 11 M VHI V IIMCirau
in this work, we will without doubt, lie able to
begin the publication nt the end of that time
with a paybig subscription list of at least 3000. erTijaiJO fi 1S7TT T T A ?VfQ
Address, E-litors of the North Carolina ; . " ,T,.,,. the federal constitution, which has now tire-!
iiiiinw oi,w.t aiuuiv ruu . , . .... . ; . . 1 od;a' ':: i. - i
vailed too long to tie changed, this impor- I'" 1'liSll,o Lliy nominal pncf
P. ( RAVIN. Dean.
COM) STvU K!
Prcsbj'teriii n, Fayetteville, X. C.
Fayetteville, Mmv '20, 1857
I FOR SALE.
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings. j'"
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos. 5 toj 10. '
'. " , :' - ; ' ALSO.
Belt Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS.
Oils and MM0facturcr's Findings.
Winter strafmxl. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
SliuttlieV Is"n?lass, French Glue, Emory, Roller
Cioth and Glass Steps. . .
; J. II. HALL. Pres. B. C. M. Co.
Julv 2(5. ISoff 8-If
.-u: now receiving
lliis bhAsUxv, embracing,
Dry ('(! s,
Hats, li it, shoes,
and Madk-ip Clothing, i
To wllich they invite the attention of Wholesale
. buyers generally. i
J. B. St auk. 1 J. M. Wiliiams.
Oct. 10. " 71-tf
A W sFA . v WI M rhi ftOODS
tock iramblino-. When the .i rii
If this be either o-i-eatly above dr rives,' as arrive it must, the banks -tm cx-
! greatly below the proper '-standard, the tend no relief to the people. In a vain so-un
marketable value. ot every man's- prppertyisi gie .to redeem their liabilities in ie ie
increased or diminished in' the same pi'opor- they are compelled to contract then- loan
tion, and injustice to individuals as 4 well1 as and their issues ; and at last, in the hour f
incalculable evils to the community, tare the distress, when their assistance is most i,e d
consequeuce. ; i ed, they and their debtors together sink into
Unfortunately,1 under the construction of bisolvency.
it is tins paper system of extravagant -x-
olice tc the second -torv of th
building formerly occupied bv the Telegraph Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
led to them will be punctually
Vx riiaare f Sale.
for sale by
Sept. 2 j .
f 0,000 1IJ
For which the high
Oct. 1, 185G.
Ta 1 1 w i 1 1 1 oi t .
bstcash price will be paid.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
:nrrirge and 1 Second
E. F MOORE.,
JUST RECEIVED and tor sale
fresh supply ol'racKcis,' Cheese, Butter, Aj
ples, Chest nuts, and Oranges.
' ' ' - , 11 K IIKIDE.
Oct 24 73-tf foot of Hyuiouui
TUli W Ililll NG I O , C II A K LOT 1 E &
UU riliiU iOltl : KAII.HOA 1 ONPA N
IT is ordered by the Board of Directors of t is Com
pany, that lor the ensuing year the Sollowing instal
ment be called 'or, viz: .
Third instalrienv of TWENTY per cent, to be due
and payable on the arst da v of December 18.V7.
Fourth instalment ot TEN per cent to be due and
payable on the first day of February I808.
s : b iftb injctalment'Of TEN per cent, to be dae and pay-abb-
ou tbeir t, day ot May 188. 4
Sixth insjatment oi TEN per cent to be daeandpay
al'le on the 2d day of Anghst I808.' " ,
This crSI applicable-only to those Conntiea East ol
the Pec Dee, and those West of Charlotte. . '
r : . ; i T , - . U. W. GUlON. PresL 1
T! a now receiving-, di-
rect from New York
a large and well selected
Stock of I i . c .
Consisting of every variety
Of: --4r v , -:
. Coals, Pants and
Vvsfs, ' 1
of the Latest and mast approved Stylet.
A general assortment of Shirts. Stocks &c , &c
He will attend as. usual to Tniu'min.r
Cuttinjr and alt business iu his Hue. i :
or ah KiB3r
FOR S1LE AT THIS OFFICE.
tant and delicate duty lias been dissevered . ul UUIIU its leai vaiue, when com
from the coining power, and virtually trans- , Pvedwith the cost of similar articles in coun
ferred to more than fourteen hundred State t.fcVs'wnosc circulation j is wisely reguhited.
banks, acting independently of each other, vmch naa prevented, us irom con j. tn g in
and regulating their paper issues almost ex
clusively by a regard to the present interest
of their stockholders, .bxereisiug - 3he sov
ereign power of providing a paper .currency
instead of coirr, for the cbuntry, the first duty
wnicu tnese DanKs owe to tne public, is to
keep m their vaults a sufficient amount of
goktand silver the convertibility; of their
notes into com at an times and under,, all
circumstances. ;Xo bank mglit ever to; be
chartered without such restrictions ;on T its
business as to secure this result. . ixVU other
restrictions are comparatively Vain; This is
the only true "touchstone, the only efficient
regulator of a paper currency- the : only one
which can guard the public against over is
sues and bank suspensions. As a collateral
and eventual security it is . doubtless wise,
and in all cases, ought to" be required, ..that
banks . shall hold an amount of United States
or State securities e4ual to their;: notes iu
circulation and pledged for their redemption.
This, however, furnishes no adequate secu
rity against over issues. On thef contrary, .
ifcma be perverted to innate p&ezo?' '
our markets with foreign manufacturers, 1ms
produced extravagant importations, and :;:-
counteracted the effect of the large ii.cider.
tal protection afforded to ourden.estre n.-n:::-facturcs
by the present revenue tar'ni. Hut
for this the branches of our manufacture:;
composed of raw materials, the production er
our on country such as cotton, iron and
woolen fabrics would not only have acquir
ed almost exclusive possession of the home
market, but' would have created for them
selves a foreign market throughout tho
world. - ,
Deplorable, however, as may be our pres
ent financial conditio we may yet indulge
in bright hDpes for the future. No e.Ler
nation has'ever existed which ould have en
dured uch violent expansions and contradic
tions of paper credits without lasting injury;
vet the buoyancy of youth, the energies 01
our population, and the spirit which r.ever
quails before difficulties, will enable us soon
to recover from our present financial em
barrassments, -nd ra.y even t ccf.su r us by