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" ? : 7 tBLK F Oil TSI. IUC.-Iirs OF TUB PEOPLE. - - : ' - - '
'fj THE f ii EELO.M OF TU : I H KS 1 -'' . . - - -' , " r& 'WT-' '
1 irrr 75 - . ' SJV1!. v MPi jniTiiiT
t 31. 1857.
to .urr2 r?t x o.os2.
IT I C Mil TIOS TO THE
c .KOH MAN
J- or a single copy, if paid in advance, p ran nam, S2 t)l
at the end of months, 2 o
" " at th: end of ( naiths, 3 00
" " at the cud oft ' fear, 3 50
No subscription will be received for worter period
than one year unless paid in advance. " J
With the view of extending the cit Jafation and en
hancing the usefulness of the paper, tl firoprietor of
fcrs the. following remarkably low j
CLUB U.1TKS, lArr.lRIABLY I. f& D VJIJVC E :
5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 ye: r, So 00
10 " " " " iti 15 00
Rales of Ad vert Wn; if
.!xty cents per s,,nare of IB lmee. o for the flnt
and 30 cents for each subsequent inse Nh, unless the
uvertis"mni is puonsnea tor more f "s""j!' (
when it will le cliarged
- $4 00
-7 6 00
- f 10 00
For six months, - -For
twelve months. - -
All advertisements must have thA nei cAjnniner of in
-..rtM.iw marked on thi'in nrt.herwisn thflV will b in.
....rt...i till fi.i-lv.d and chanrod sLP.e.nr ittfily. Special
allcntion is directed to this reqniit
WM. F. WIGHT f& & CO.
CfiElIEVT (i. WRI(H)Pi
Attorney at r.w, FayetUlIiNc'
OHice at the coi ner of Bow and i.repn streets.
Feb'y Z, lB5ii. . ,. , -t
.J. A. SPEATSi
ATTORNEY AT .AW,
Courts of Cum' erland, Harnett
Wake and Johnston
Address, Toomer, Harnett Co., N.
Feb. 10. 1S5R. 85 T f
BART IV V
Attorney at LiW,
V Y KT f E VI Kf W, C
Ma;v be consulted at the Law Offic of Jese G. Shep-
Es., on Green Street.
A X I It 1 : W J . ST E I MA X,
Aitorney at LaUi :j
: 1 t IMTT.RORO NjC. will attend
" 1 ' ' ' : .: . . ...1
Courts ot Cliatuam, ooj auu uuu
April I t. 18"G.
tf ; I
. . 1
Ar rrouEY xt l: r.,
ilio'i!in,id Conit North Carolina.
in tU.: Courts of Rieunou l. Anson and
s e-lr listed Q 61s care will rc
1 JK iy-08
-it or - - of iiVi t
.v -!h.i. 1 ) it .1 is
. i.t .1 it.f.5 O.ISI.K-S.S s
lit s,str'i order. The Store
11 I at tha ros Roads and the
... i i..t t.i .-v.: died !v a:iV I
Y v t i I -si i i u 4 to jiurciias ca i obtain further
.rtio-ti i,-s r;s,,..-t,:u' the prope; tf by calling cn
t i -r " i- it A'ill.s" Jre-k 01 tl
n le- iron i-aiviiviu"-
S. BAH WRIGHT.
J. ..VIES WRIGHT.
Fiv sevenths of the F.VRMF GiAND.TURPEN
i'lsE L is'll in ll.iruett county, mown as the Parker
" . i rr r l. 1 . 1 .
1 dcN -ill la ids. joining w ni. wrr ugiuii s iauu un
Liitle River. There is son i jfiiit acres ii nie
; ..u! .1 1 Li . t V Oi lO'.V
ol'loA- e-roanls on tie? litver. inc. up
l iii li u tie.ivilv tint ered with line, and within six
..niiej . ,r the Faveitevilln and Wer ern Railroad.
For particulars apply to
U- MCA It 1 IIU li.
; f.T. P. ROPER,
i J. W. McKAY.
Nov. 29, 26-tf . 1
A. M. Campbtill,
.irCTIOVKEK fc COMMISS: OH MERCHANT,
East side of GiUes dc street,
F.VYETTKVH.US, I'. C.
October 1, 1S."" v j
M .V RULE
K A T O R Y,
earlv opposite to
E. W. Will mgs' Auction Store
Favctteville, J. C
Oct. 1. 1850. V
lall Slock, I85T.
B. F. 1' E Alt C 3 & CO.,
UK now receiving a large ar I well selected stock
IV of B.T
consisting in part of: ' -
Jilaek uixl Fi-urAd Sil s.t
i u"lish and French M-rttaoes;
riidn and Fig'd DeLa es;
French all Ysol Plaid? ;
Alpacas of all (iualit'Kj;
Rlack Uombazinc; r i
English, French and J merican Prints;
Chenille Shawls, (beattiful patterns;)
Ladies' Cloaks of evei, description;
Jaconet Edgings and nsertions;
Collars and Undersle fef ;
Hosiery, Gloves, Belt; ; I
Ribbons, Trimmings, ,x;
Cloths and CassimerfS '.
Tweeds, Jeans and Sa tinets;
White and Colore F-aitttels:
Bleached and brrw Jhirtings;
Allendale 10-4 Sheeti g;
Bleached and irown )rjllings;
Plaid Linscyf and Ke-seys;
Marlboro' S'ripes and plaids;
Brown and 151eahed Table Cloths;
Towelling of all kind;; j
' Negro Blmkets; "1 I
Extra qrtlity Bed BUntets;
Sniral. Irass atid; Wh Iebone Hoops;
liooii a sorimcoK j ipp oKirts;
Yanke Notions of jet ry variety, kind, and
Silk, Leghorn, and &L3prujn.Pti?T
Mohskin, Cassi-.iere and VYool Hats;
Boas, Shoes, Umbrellas, &c.
J1 large and fashionable stock pf
Ill t V I
,'r It v.t.
five is a
ih vill li'; sol 1 lo-.v for 0 Vfl. or on our
to pu i ;tn il customers either at Wholesale
All p;rsoas are respectfully invited to
J. WPBARCE, Jr.
The undersigned are now receiving a large assort
ment of GROCERIES QIRDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
HOLLOW-WAKE, SHOES, LEATHER & SAPDLE
II V, which they will sell ai 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
TnE undersigned would respectfully inform his old
friends and customers that he caute fouftd at tlie
stQre of Q fae be tf
thc'm Jk R. McDONALD.
Tiioir nw t.h Maornolia Tree is the
OTowui souiu 01 .Hiwuii una uiAuiiT. u. v..
itnilv a fact
11 .1 . . '1 it. . II.. nA!n Uii.lniilnnr '
IT 1! also saiu ine .uanunii ucn ii
n Ophpii Street, between Dr. B. W. Robinson's Medical
j Establishment, and Mr P. Taylor's Store, and nearly
opposite theShemwell House, is the Finest and best
opposite ttiesneniHeii nuusi.-, is uie r iw
I ir., .... Alhur nonlil wlnn.Mlt in t.h South. Persons
IV J 1 1. .71 Ullj " LI'. 1 1
wishing to 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 hint, and would solicit a continuation.
He has always on hand the VERY BEST LIQUORS,
"WINES and CORDIALS, that can be found in the
LTniteri Stat s, either by the quantity or otherwise.
Also. Cigars, Pickles, Sardines, Cheese, Preserved
Fruits. Lemon Syrup, and many other good things,
and flattess himself that he has the most polite, obli
ging, accomplished and FR1S'JC, 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.
Yellow Building, Green St Fayetteville, N. C.
May 16, 1857. 50-tf
For the Fall and. Winter
JUST REC RIVED."
Call soon, Secure a Good Bargain
and save JYloneylf
Que of the Largest, Handsomest and
Cheapest Stocks of
for Gentlemen's icenr, ever brovght In this
JHarket, and no mistake.
Also, a.M agriihcent assortment of
Buy's and Youth's 'Iot!iuiy,
Boy's Suits and Extra Jackets of all colors of
For Uailt oad Zlamls Ready to
furnish Contractors with any quality oj" Cloth
ing;, at a very low figure, !
4'OP Bo H Ha;nls A lanre lot
f P Jaekets and Over Coats; also, fancy Fian-
el, Over tthirts and Pants very rhea;.
A verv cxrensive assortment
E5TI.EHES-'S Flll!(lSHnii S01DS,
Fine I d no ii and Fancy Marseilles Shirts' and
Colars, Under-garments of heavy Silk' and
Merino, Socks, Cravats, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
n-:ts anil Slu)'s from the heavi
est Water-Proof, to the finest Pump and Fair
Stitched; Philadelphia made.
Hat- ami 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: a new style
of Travelling Bags (very convenient:! Gentlemen's
Shawls and Fancy Buggy Blankets; genuine Havana
Segars; Umbrellas; Walking Canes; India Rubber
Over Coats. Leggings and Sandles: also. Over Shoes
for Ladies; and a great vaiier. of F"ancy Goods too
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, 1 respecttuily solicit a continuance ot ine same.
South Side Hav Street,
Opposite G. W. Williams & Co
September 2C, 1857. G9-tf.
Id S J S hi Vi hi wm i; -J .;i. n 1 73 :... T6 A
May be found at his rooms, during his regular Office
hours, vix: 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
ma3T be in need of his professional services.
No inducement will be held out by ottering to per
form operations for a small compensation: a good
price will be charged in all cases. And patients fa
voring Dr B. with their confi leuce, may rely upon his i
utmost exertions to perform every operation in as per- ;
feet a manner as possible.
5SAll operations must be paid for as soon as com-
P. S. Those who are now indebted will please can 1
Oct. '7, 1857- tf
.J. S. BASKS,
COMMISSION AMD PORAVAUDIXG
WILMINGTON, iY. C.
January 1, 185b'. ly-pd
For preserving Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Pints
Quarts and Half-Gallons, at $2 40, S3 40, and $5 25,
per dozen, respectively. For sale at the Croc.tery
Store. W. N. TILLING11 AST.
Also, Fresh Supplies of CHINA, GLASS
WARE and Table Knives.
June 20. 1S57. 55-tf
James C. Smith. Mii.es Costijt
JAMES C. SMITH &. CO.,
Hare removed their office tc- the second storv of the
building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
Wilmington, October 1, 185f
CTa rrinsre for Sale.
1 Vptv Fine C;irria"e ant! 1 Second
for sale by
E. F MOORE.
10,000 lb. Tall nteI,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. 1, JTft . JL. II. QAJ&PUELli.
PUESBYTE II ?
The Presbyterian Church in North CamKilj
has loiipf luboi ed under a serious tlisndvsinti,
from tl'.e want of a jouriiiil "to advoeate Uv-j
claims and represent her interests." It is -S
mated that only 1000 Prcshvterian Ve, ki
'font- three Presi ivV .
ries. We have lo.OUO Uoiniliuiin':uitS. umtii
is safe to infer that there are 30,1)00 Presl
tenans in pnncijiie m the bti)te. Unr Syrt
stands htti) in the' Union m point of inimhm
and her membership is roa I er l!i:m tK.i t -.m-
i any Synod South, or West, at-1 "
. ' . a rvs"'-' 0,'JU
neither or winch lias a mem-iersinp so laru-e as J d('."firiilge. ami is a verv desirai.ie.st-,id for ims;a'ies..
,. .,t,;c.. r",i..n-.,l .....l , ySntt..4w vuii ,.w. ,4- 11,..:. t- .'...,
TJo;..,t..;., r,.,. fi.,. 1 ..fit ..f tin.;.. l
I H'll V IT H . llfl LIU. ' JI.I1V II U b it U lVvy'l..l
j 1 i
The time lias come when the Pie.ly tefiiMi
Church in Xortli Carolina should likewise do
her duty to her children. it is a conceded and
imnortnut fact, that hundreds of our members
will take a State paper who will lake no other j
The Paper is needed io be the orjan of our j
Synod and Presbyteries to elevate and en-ij
lighten the piety of our memoership by diffusing)!
evangelical knowledge to promote the cause.1
of Education to develope the talents of : our ,
Ministry, and td strensrtiicu the attachment ofj
our people to the soil and sanctuaries of their
If our Church in other States, and other
Churches in this State, can supply their mem
bers with a religions journal, why may not we?
Are Xorth Carolina I'resbyU-rians 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 fie
language of one of our most, able and 'useful
Ministers, an adopted son of our State, "It
ought to have been undertaken 20 years ago,
but.it is not too late to begin to do right."
In the last two or three mouths, a fund of
about $5000 has been subscribed as a perma
nent capital. At a meeting of the coiit.ributois
j held at Greensborough on the 14th of May,
I Rev. A. linker, Chairman, the Paper was us.-
anioiously located at Fayetteville, under th '
1 name and title of the Xoiith Cauolixa I'r.Ed-
byteuian. Rev. Win. X. Me'oane and llev.
George McXeill were elected Editors: Rev.
Messrs. George McXeill, Win. X Mebane, A
Raker and C H. Wiley, -and .Messrs. Georm
McXeill, Sr., John II. Cook and David Mur
phy were appointed an Exeeutive Com m 1 1 tee,
to establish the l'aper and manage its business
affnirs. - - - --
it is mil wisn anci (icstgu i o mui-.e ir.v . '.nn-wj
Carolina Prksuvtkrian a journal of ihe'" hrs;
cla-, equai to t!te best in liie country in typo
graphic: iippearance and i:i ada ;.'t :i 1 1 "'' to iii:
wants of our Cliurciies. lis columns .w ill aiT-jn'
t!sc latest intelligence, both foreign and io u :s
tic, and special care v.iii be t ilien togiv
and accurate su nmary of St it" ne-vs.
name of the Rmer is designed to b-.; an
;i i U
nent of its character and con; cuts. From
viction, it will advocate the co iserva t i ve
thodox. Old School doctrines and order
Our first appeal is to our own people to X
C. Presbyterians. Whilst we rely confident 1 v
upon their favor, we trusi that the native rons
of Xorth Carolina who have- found home in
other States, and the adopted citizen.-, of our
State who form so important an element in onr
Ministry and membership, will take a deep
interest in this enterprise, and give it their
Terms: $2 per annum in advance, or on ne
iiverv of the first nuiuber:S2 50 in six inuii'.hs
$3 at the end of tiie yeai
is or -i or
m0re ! viii"- in
md when the Paper
j is sent to one address, a discount or 10 pvr
I cent, will be allowed. Our Ministers and
: Elders are earnestly desired to act as Agents,
! and all others friendly to the cause will pk-kse
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 number will be issued. If a
faithful and vigorous effort is made in the next
two months by those lliio take a lively interest
in this work, we will without doubt, be able to
begin the publication at the end of that time
with a paying .subscription list of at least 3000.
j fiST" Address, Editors of the Xorth Carolina
I Presbyterian, Favctteville, X. C.
i Fayetteville, May 20, 1857
V C 1 7, iJ.
Heavy 4-i Beaver Creek Sheetings.
Cotton Yarn, Warp ami Filling, Xos. 5 to 10. "
Belt, Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS. ; . -Oils
and Manufacturer's Findings.
Winter strained. Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.
Shuttlie's Isinglass, French. Glue, Emory, Roller
Cloth and Glass Steps.
J. II. II ALL, Pres. B. CM. Co.
July 2R. lS5f? R-t.f
JUST RECEIVED aWil for- sale,
fresh supply of Crackers, Cheese, Butter, Ap
pies, Chest nuts, and Oranires.
R. E IIEIDE.
Oct 24. 73-tf foot of II ay mount.
TUG WILJIIXGTOX, CIIARI-OTTI1&
RUTHERFORD HA1LUOAI) COMPANV.
IT is ordered by the Board of Directors of tlils Com
pany, that for the ensuing year the following instal
ments be called for, viz:
Third instalment "of TWENTY per Cent, to be due
and payable on the first day of December 1857, U
Fourth instalment of TEN per cent to be due and
payable on the first day of February 1S58.
Fifth instalment of TEN per cent, to be du;e and pay
able on the fir-t day of May 18"S. ; ; " '
Sixth instalment of TEN per cent to be due and oav-
- aVde on the 2d day of August .18." 8.,'. '
j This call applic.Tble only to those Coiinties East o'
PLANTATION FOS RENT:
The plantation lying on the west sM.- of tiwM'-i!.
Fear River, five m:l 's bel w Fa vettev'l'e, knov.--as
the MOOXEY PLACE, i oriered for rwit n
vear f.-orn the first of January next. Or it v.-(tul
he rente I for a term of vears to a ir d tn-n!-.
For terms applv to ' ELIZA MOOX'-'Y.
Fayettevillo X. C
I- i J ; 111111 IBS - f.m aa
net, .ii. i-m
' UES) TOP.
- LARGE GLOUK.
- RITTA li GA.
PjJusfc:;Tccivcil and for ealo by
S. J. HINSDALE.
t T mm 'T , 'r , , properjy o,
r.n : t i 1 .
.;t.Uat deu-a'tle place known a-i P.om". on fair
Ml' ri'H WtT II 'III T 1 O Km.PAi'Mimintj i
et,.wiil be s.vld entire or divided, to suit ourehasurs.
. . .lJt ,,,, iJii.ui.i. 1
t -teejng.pi'ooat.dy one ol th iK-st bus-.nass stands, hi
uuiiirj.t,ii,i is very uesirabio to tnose to .
'ifieiis in CainUetan.-V)!i Uri.i?tr5et'
not lis .os i n). T 1 rr?
-;i lial f of lot It:..
' - -
N4. ta dwelHa-j; lioue and lot on Havmonnt.
corner of Plankroad and Adams St. A very desirable-residence
for the whole year.
No 5.. I a Cora Mill aad St.wii Engbieand Boiler,
of.l'i or li !;;nx" p.vA-or. This is well worth the at
tention of'tho-w living ivlrr" -i'cr pfivrev is not avail
able, and will !? soM at a great bargain.
For terms apnly to J. 11. HALL. Assignee.
1 5'criiviiti (iitntio.
Eor sale by
G. W. WILLIAMS Co.
B. F. PBAKCfi & CO.,
PORRIfcX XSl) DOMESTIC DRY GOOD
IFVT:--!, CAPS, BOOTS. AND SIIOKS,
Umbrellas and Rendy-31 We Vict king,
3. ;-. r;:.vnc;:. - j. w.
i, I St T ii
NORTH WATER STREET,
Witnington, X C,
Will give personal attention to the sale or shipment of
all eo'i-dg.imeats of Naval Stores or other eoufry
pi-.duc.'. and any otlcr b ssiness entrusted to his care,
w'.ll tie pro'iintlv attended to.
Apr ! Ls
la lersigaed h.'.v
execute -I a power of At-
: v i i -aet all
J 1lil; li
a oss a
he isTinre!"v aut'iorized to make
in my aa-at., aad generally to)
I mi or could do were I per- :
.1. J.AIOOKH, I
a! - t.-iidw n. that
ilil-ie- the naiiltf
; :t th.. ii
lii-.r i o :
(''"- i. L iri
I -' t : r i
; ). ,
a id a
'. of STAPLE
Vad v-oi t!U'
k. fc. I
si, fiilly invite the atteu
h public generally,
a exchange for goods.
kvkkkt r I.. WARD,
' U"; ' E i a
bum : t
sr. 't r 'T- 'i' '?'
...1 J : : .i
Business in the above
'.r? Snecia! att.-nFo-i wi1
Timber free o
Oct. 1!). ls-,7.
11 given to
MiCDICAL (n)M4E(-: OF
AT AUt'i TSTA.
The T'.venty-;-ixlh course of Lecturi
tulioa, will ceainieace ou Mondav. tie
J :jU no i .1,
lessor of Aiia(e,:nv. G.
M. Newton. JI.D.
Anatom y. II 1- Campt-ei i , ,i . D.
Surgery. L. A. Imas! !. I).
Institut".- and Pr.-ietie" of.Medicine. T-. T). Ford. M.T).
Materia MeiHca. Theraneui ies and .Medical Je.risiirn
dence. I P Gravin. M. i).
Obstetrics and Disoa-ses of Wuwi'ii and Iuia:it-, J. V.
Eve M . 1).
Physioio-jry and l'athnlogical Anatomv. II. V. M.
Mil!.-,'. M. I).
Chemistry and Pharmacy. Alex. Mean. M D.
Hemoastrator of Anatomy. R Campbell. M. D.
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatom v. S. B. Slia-iioiis.
Clin'eal Lectures will lv; -leliveved in 1 1 1 ;
plfrd and at tin-Jackson street liospit.ii.
Fee for whole ('ourse. .-j I ..
on Ticket (to
taken once.) S5
For further iti;
tb.e Faculty, or to
Sept 5th, 1 857.
i! ir--, !ivl!v to tdiv l'lelM
I. P. GRAVIN", 1.
A iirst rat
;il COW. For par
THIS OFF I
.J. SJI.VIASIi As;ue
Chaiiinious's Agin; Medicine;
Fever and Angu,; ntidote. and Row.i
ture. For s tie bv S. J.
tid s Tonic Mix
Oils,-Aran;i;sii, Hruslips, Cor
:'" R EIGHT
II P . s
KSCEK"- Fl! J T5T".
" S t en i;i i- I a nol i f 1 e1 a v e f r' j V tl i v i
if 0:D Jii V a Tl 'I' ll U
il.iy inirEiiucrs 1 3 mln lit .ifl -r c.ii-r ::vc
v VVTtm: nirton on Tin :ii'ij r'rid:iy mi''i'iJU'frt -
ste:tntr.i-;ii!!;iy J-ttvrleli . li-uv s- y X t v il h- u.q . 'i' u"? J ty
;irj 1 i;'vui:iy ru ji-it inirs 1 -T i:x i ti t: f - -s :i 1 1 i-r k m n-ris'- i
I.ofivfs . W vln-ti:irt.f'ii Cliie-tl:t y -md Saturday ni'r;ii:ijxs
Both ?:trr.yin Fn.ili 1 J-Tirr.- : -'-
't - iTii-T H w ,11 v. :i ii fiv! :-.-- of l.iirriti- rtiu ftienihtriy
"irri'i" T r' l .-',f entv
-TvtriT-- fVr' t?l TrTV 15.Tn'
i r -w i - - il r. n n - h 1 1 ! r - :t ::1
: I f, . I .. ' -I- -. -l.:-t nW
e I 1'-' 'T'l-T t - lirii- on
' p ' 1,1 ' - ' (
f'tr '.uitcr'o!! 4s. e
- n i .
ifTj'S5 e, ?? f It?
FOR. S ALE "aT THIS OFFICE.
e, FILES II
& ;-- -if -a, a
DAVID Ul FF1K,
BIMCK MASOS ASD PUSTEREK;
XV PERSON" .desiring work done in the .
style in the above department.1 can secure tj
-services l,y addressinr me at Fayetteville, N. crT
Tlr 1). A!c!., will take contracts any m here in t
country, within Km iniles from - FayettevilRv u
prompt attention will be giveu to the same. . -Sep.
12, lf-57. jy
O A ViO S ' LOB,
Pcspectfiilly informs the frood ltfople--.
Fayetteville. and ilie couiitry gent-rrtlly. that lie t '
Hp ri'VI mwi Ihn i . t.. .. . II.. A I. - r .
onet?ed a (iR'CERY STORE at the -font nflltkvtnnl'
.v. ... .v . ......vi lur. tuutlli 111.-111:1 illl V . IIIUI 11 I
nearly oppfs:te Mr.'Geo. McNeill's, where he -inter
Ketptug coiistanuy ou baud a .well elected, supply
pnHKibt. for family nVe TTe will be Tiatrnv'tO seeli
oM - V - qtimtaaee and all oths wili.tFrl-
bUliiu. . . - - ' ' -
Oct. 10, 1857.
E3 . 9 i3aBj..
'SW AH SI OSSAJs en
large and general supply o
Among wl ich are splendid DRESS
With every article in the
D R Y G O O D S LINE.
All of which, being purchased by the package, wil
be o.i'ered by wholesale or retail at a small advauei
for cah or on time to punctual customers.
Fayetteville. Oct. 3. 137. 70-tf
The ArrnoAcniNO Focrtii. Everybody is making
preparations o some kind for the proper observanc
of the --Glorious Fourth.' Some will go abroad, am
some will stay at home, others will remain sober ; somt
ivill don military uniforms, while the great majority
will wear sucU plain clothes as are 1 ecomingto i expec
table and patriotic jirivate citizens. Of course thi
great mass of these people will get their garments at
the Brown Store Clothing Hall of Rockhill & Wilson.
No-. (Hi:5 and (iO.'i (new style) Chesnut street, abovo
Sixth. " -' . ., ' :
July 11.IS57. tf-58.
STATE Oti- .VOUTII CAROMNA CXJMBTCR- '
' LAND COl'STY,
Superior Conrt of Laic,
Fall Term 1S5T.
It is ordered by his Honor John L. Bailey. Judge
presiding, that a special Term of this-Court be held on
the first mourlay in February next and continue two
weeks Jurors. Suitors & witnesses in civil suits, and
partees in Equity are hereby notified to..attcnd.
From the Minutes
JOHN" W. B.UvER, Clerk.
Dee. " 7.8-tc o
All persons iiule.bted Jo us either by note or account
are" earnestly requested t o call and pay up by the 1st
Janr.aiy. Alter-the 15th of January, we intend' lo
re.vLu L to iiu-rii rubable ini aus than -dunning, for tbt?
colli raiou i.t amounts due us. '
D. & . W. McL AURIN.
lec. 10. - 7!-4t
ji-: yveeky;- &c.
m v Stock of
itVi T4-HES, JB IVELR V,
Silccr and Plated ware,.
Musical Instruments, Military and Fancy goods.
Which makes my Stock good. Those "who are about
to raaU ' their purchases would do weil to call.
" tV. PRIOR.
Watch Repairing done in the best man
ner and warranted;
Oct. 3. 70-3m
Hon d. Pine Land-
V.'e otter for sale itlOO Acres round Pine Turpentine
LAND 17 miles from Fayetteville. let veen the Wes
tern and Centre Plank Roads the Morgantou Road
running through the same. A bargain will be sold in '
thc-e la ids. For particulars apply to iMr Charles
Mniii oe near the land or to the subscribers.
Nov. t 57-(it J. in f. WADDILL.
-1: F'.T .
i BY virtue o
;i deed nnide hy John W. Weisiger. to
the sutiscriber. I will sell at the Market House in Fay-
. etievilie. on 1 1 January, 18oH. I he llnnfC and lot
formerly iiccnp'ed by J. W. Weisiger. joining G- W.
j McDonald and others containing seven and 1 fourth
Terms of sale. 3.V) dollars cash the balance six
months credit for satisfactory notes pavable at Bank..
j J.VS. G. COOK. Trustee.
j Dec. 10 7J?-tf
j FOliTT.iE FALL .v: WINTER 1857.
j JUST RECEIVED!
v p (Oall soon, secure a good
bargain and save money.)
One of the largest, hand
-.-" rs.-T-'T somest and cheapest stocks '
GAITERS, satin and
"ci colored; Ladies' & arents
nf a new and beautiful pattern;
YOUTH'S and CHILDREN'S BOOTS. SHOES and
GAIIERS; INDIA-RUBBER SHOES, and every
article in his line. "
His stock is choice and carefully selected by hlnv
self, and buyers will find it to their interest to call
before purchasing elsewheie. M. FAULK.
fiSfAll who have lost their soles come for-
ward, andthev will be renewed for Seventy-five cents
, , -..".-. xt v
I and upwards. M. .
Sale' of .-Slaves.
By an order of the Court of Equity of Robeson
County, rendered at Fall Term. 1857, upon the peti
tion of Winnifrcil Blount, and others, minor children
ot William Blount, deceased, bv their Guardian. Jos
eph Thomp-'ou. I will on FRIDAY, the 1st DAY OK
JANUARY. 185S. before the door of the Court House
in Luinbertou, offer for sale.
consisting of Men. Women, and Children. Among
them are valuable Mechanics. Ditchers, and Field
Te rns ,f sale. 12 months credit, the purchasers giv
lag bond with satisfactory security.
" R. S. FRENCH, C. M. E.
Dec. I" 70-4t
C()XI) STH( K!
VRE now receiving 'ITILIR SfXUAD JIULll 1
"HIS SEASON, embracing, - "'-
Hat-, 15 'it, shoes,
AND MADE-UP Cl.OTniKG,
To which they invite the attention of Wholesale
1 i . r . starr.i
kJ. M. William
nFfSbv contiorud f.o'ii!H firdine for a
PvWMtni-n bvAne to 1 ho?. V ick r, abeut
Iftasdpaval'le m n.oi.tl.s atttr dte;As
t'lto Aaiitt- I r a o t l ro i-pi
t en doBars reward for the npprti',ciisiru
nie-OI iNC I.AIH LlLM.A i tn. vuo
? vfciaity of Sei ffl-town Kol -Mi t oun-,-'
s fslieel y ntind against liail:'orirgor
t uuik is
f.gb.yftigrtr. Myi,,Vlaii..af 1 w
df will jmy the 'ah
pitMU-J lja&iviij to ifes in
ill prcMculc any -
4-ve r-'artr UJriiia -
II juflSivi r to ifett in Fay lt-i ille.,
5 " :.s4 J). McDUFTlE.
B s no i ci civ
rect fi oiii N t-w
a large ami u . !! ,s
St ( k of
nod most ap;:r:-.-.!
i- r I. .... '
A gemjri asWI
HI' 11 O .Hi i.-. r-il-l. ....
ces- Ml- w!i
ttend as ttsi! li ! o
business m nis Pi e.
and a vnri
ctv of arti
i 1 i T -ntJ-T TlVt1
RnoHlf 1X1 vmou.it, Fayetteville, X. C.
r' . -y
as received his Fail
Stock of Goods, Con
tVATCH BS, J 1AV FAsll Y
BIT.VFK AND PI.ATKI1 WARE.
r- ' AXO MII.ITAKY GoolS,
onal attention wi 11 be a'd tc all Wat
y entrusted to Iti m for ri j airs.
C. E. LEETEliaB on
HAND at present a
Consisting in part of
OLD NASH BRANDY
PU II E old Rye Wlmlay
cuppcrnong Wine; Yintage 155
- - - Domestic Whiskey
- - - - - X. E. Hum
- HOLLAND (3 IX
J- W. LKTT
mrecffved a large and general STiiCK OP
C:miilil t.. I1...V.1I . ....
.."?? il'iani iv inter trm
ii si sting
if ot a choice selection of
i mini Fancj llin fJiMillS,
Book a id Shoes, with almost every tl-int; dcsiirJ !
PMaE FAMILY GROCERIES alu
Jo he- had
at the lowest n rices for CA 11. or
. 29. J:.7. ty-pd
ij i ".'ii . .
ih ii. suvi. ui'i i
i . ;i : ( i
. .i' ; .Vr-v
jlt cinldreri at her l.b yi.'i i .
'tl .1otltlav 4tb .In,. I "
I A 17,
TVT i fi; I t
IVrms Ilfi-ebted to Jas. C. Y.cKaelr
.HOif.M i,. an
; ; , i.i ; i y re
. , . :i '' jrt at
.;- j '. li,ei
, - . : i ".' r.c
. i c.i Ifer.
a 1 '-.these
l : : ; ' ' : I u ' ,
: - . fUC
M .';-i.:i":; -'...".
..!'!; ri -CN
speJftlly lirMilii. d: lLal.-a..i :
4J r-J iiusluuces; m-iorm! '.
notif .a winidei
ces PPri in. r. the reoi ;:
corf'tii 8 t collect as sp. e'i.;.-. i
liuljl O will lli ere I ore tb! c
by JtiiJ ugJ!) iiuinediately. V.'e
whl ouey is not fortiiconu
U 'M jV
Fgh. N. C. March 7, D-57
A. A. f-Iv - ii s ' V
v informs his friend r and the publ .c. . tl.f.t he
larire snt.stautial Bricl
K j.iiiMiiiigh ni uis
expressly for !m.i..'taci..r.h.? Laii afct-8.
Til Ii lul
lirthc very liberal putioi.i.g. w na n.HO
... v ' .... , I .i i' I 1 1 iri It. mi. fit. a.
itu a desire to g'-"' r .
of tb- same. H " ' vlu' -"' " l,, h,ln "
b.-st material and b exp. r-enc-.l oi l.L ea
hi nc!i of the business. H's wor l compare
it with any made in the United States, lor nfat
iiV lurabilitv. , , - - .....
i ltermined to sell-aad do any work m his line
"tk. terms a-any work done clsi where that is as
l9f f jje ,,ow has on hand, finished, the largest
f tlAR R IAG ES . TJ A ROFCH ES.- R 0 K A W A YS,
nncni KS. ever ottered in t bit- place, and a very
. utocV. of work nearly finished, w hich will be sold
low for Cash, or on short time to punctual cmtom
CHMlc has on hand more than ONE liL'Nl BED
FIFTY Vehicles finished and in course of con-
3P9All work imuli! byhim is warranted' 12 months
vith fair usage, and should it fail by bed workmanship
or material will be n paired free of chi.rge. .
Prrsons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine fo thetmel ves.
' Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and oa very re
. of tjy
Per fu ir Al-lpfti Fa"t-y Ar
ches'at J.'iwe J
septAjM ' '. I
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5 ai ; M
5a fiJls -5
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