is-" , .
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f; otasingle coy;if paid iaavaaeeevW
. " - a " -'. I: aftleend ot'Slripat;
' ' J ? 'jittkeead of6monU
" - r V f . " - at the ead of the
u 'inscription "- will be received for a ahoi
- s J v-ae year oalessaid in advaocc. !, , - -j
. SyWith the,, view of. extending lae. eircolatit
r haaciag tbe uefidaQss.of .the paper, the prop'
v. es the followiag remarkably low
OLVB--RATB8t IJVrjlRMBLV IJy AD
. ' - : ' 5 eopies of the Caroliniaa, 1 year, . 1
- -.- io " - - 1
. - - -5
Rates of AdTcrtlelnf t
Sixty cents per sqaare of 16.,Hries, drles,
and 30 cents, for each subserrueut insertion
advertisement .ia pablislied for more thaaiwe
,vhe a it will. be. charged j J. i
For three mouta - -- -
' AH adv'ertlsffmeats ni'at iiav?- t'ast' lc sired ntlm Vof
. Rerttoas marked a them, orttttrwise they wilt, be
'.serted till forbid and, charjred(-ac,corlin2ly. lSpe
'"attention i directed to this requisition. I?,
".oJ16ringraSUi'"" r ' " ;
K -Tha4e8iral f!aee'k.r-' ";ie,.-titfiS-?
boat2eo ererVt"J; w:xii.. TU
lr llace wiU be : x ta kj. . . . li t f reaser,
k jritbelrjrolmtly ene r f tt v'jeBfet; r radr ia
thccouatry-ad UrSr iila t j vv.c, e
.pater the nxercai " . !..;,'
A few vet
CLBJIEKT G. WRIGHT.
Attorney tUw, Kayetevlll,N.C,
-c Office at the cornet ofcBow and Green streeta.
.Feb'y 3, 1656. : . 'c ' -2 , -
. . J.: A. SPEARS,
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
N'S.-l8 acaatlot- -bellton. knovai CltV
ploiaaKp 0f, llllli.'ar tlfof loV113.
.. JKo A-fs s dwelling iiouse ' lot n .-HynionB
corayrof Ptankroad ad-AC Sfe. Jkttf deuira-
toie-iaenee Tor xne wnoie t -R.- - - - " , .
X 6..ia a:CrtLMHt aa'i S '-'pi X3!?aand Foifep,
' 10 ol 5 horse twer;SL a, j vr l forWi Je at-
ution of those Jtvin here tr poftiayot ayaJr
Any aatityx tA
A Jarre, ar
K 1 1 i- j
1 an Kinus,
't ' ATTENDS the Courts of Cumberland,
"Wake and Johnstoi.
!- Address, Toomer, Ilarnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 16. 1856.
' Attirnejr at Law,
piTETTEVILtE, V. i
Way be consulted at the Law Office of Jcse G. Sht
herd, Esq., on Green Street.
July 19, 1856. 7-tf
ATTORNEY At LAW.
ROykinghr.'n. Uichmond County North . Carolina
Vill-. practice in the Courts of Richmond. ..Alison anc
jftobeson. All business eatru.sted to bis. care will jte-feeW-strict
attention. July, 11, ly-58"
f . ... : i. 1
. .... .
QSS- w ot artl
. - v clcs in toK
Foot of llayraourit, Fay.tteville, N.. C.
Oct. 24. 1&57. - 73-y ' '
Persons indebted to Jas. C. McEaeliin, rs Guardian
f the heirs of Xohn Morrison, de'e'd, are herOv re
tpectfully intbrrffed, that said guardian has in a greal
Ibajority of instances endorsed, arid transferred then
Aotes to the undersigned. Also, that our urjr'ettt, ne
jessities, apart from the reqi irements of ihe endorsed
mpel us to collect as speedily as possible. All those
debted will therefore oblige us, and themselves too
paying up immediately. We must and will sue
nere toe money is not lortncoming., ' . v
A. D. MORRISON.
J- J. M. MORRISON
-S - N. A. MORRISON.
Laurinburgh, N. C March 7, 1857. 40-tl
I runts; Oils, Varnish, Brushes .for
' t e
, . . N OTICE.
WANTED Three first rate Workmen, for which
e best of prices will be given, and study work. The
ice for making Boots, 3.75; for footing, 2.75; Shoe
5U. Wanted immediately.
. , , M.FAULK.
Dec; 31. 82-lf
Dissolution of, Copartnership,
fipHE ,biiineas conducted under thefifm -of
M- B. V. & Co., wa& this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Those indebted to tho
late fiCwill please make immediate , payment
longer indulgencb cannot lie ivm-. Either of the
parties are aythonzed to receive tiayment fend
Lxnrant discharcres. i
j. ." vvy wuomca, i ny large BJ1U well rt
ted stock of goods, comprising a- vergenjeriU
DRY GOOJ3S, HATS, CAPS, SHOJSe.Z
Will be sold at Auction. ' . . -
The sale will commence on Thursday' tne 25tU
inst., and continue from day to day, untiHfle tfck
is sold. Terms at sale; ' 4- '
B. F. PEARCE. . .
JOHN W. PEARCE, Jrl &
Marcln ?0; . - J3- i
TVS he Subscriber is now -prepared to aceounnodate
six persons witlt bOal;d, it;i(lutioA .ta.Uji; . iUf
-l3("aTlaT!- TTtiWu fill e..cC u 5
conveniently sit'uated ou tlK! Dou!tluon Lot, Hay-V
mount, and is a go'.d U calion lor a Summer aud
Winter residence. No puiis ill be luitd.io mhke
her boarders comfortable.
February, ii. MARTHA HARTMAjf,
LtT VI BE it TON JVi C.
A. 31. Ca:iibeil,
UCTl6.El2ll & COMMISSiOS ME JfCII AXJJ, .
Eiist side of Gillespie street.
. Faye rrE vili.e, N. C. fc
October 1, 18oa f;
:RpBFRT K. TROY S; JOHN P. FULLER, have
fJi tneil dn association for the practice of their profes
sljbii i(i.Robeson co., only R. L Troy .will also at
tid the Courts-of Bladen and Columbus, ami .1 P
filler those of Cumberland.
Jl'heir OSfice in Lumbertou will be kept open at aix
tilifis. . . ,
January 9, 1S5 3". 83-tf
3i A Im K
V A C T O it V,
Oct. 1. 1S50.
to E. W. Walking
luiyet'teyille, N. C.
Pall Stock, 185Y.
B. F. PUARCG & C )..
RE now receiving a large and well selected sto
Consisting in part of ': , . .
Black and Pisrured Silks;
j.Hg!i?li ami French Merinoes
Plain aiid.Fig'd DeLaiies
French all wol Plajds;
Alpacas of all qualities;
Black Bombazine; . , ..
English, French and American Prints
Chenille Shawls, (beailtiful patterns;)
toadies' Cloaks of every description;
fTaconet Edgings and Insertions;
Collars ajui Uudec?l.eeves;
Hosiery, Gloves, Belts
Ribbons, Trimmings, &c;
Cloths and Cassimeres;
Tweeds, Jeans and Sattinets; 4
White and Colored Flannels;
Bleached and brown Shirtings;
Allendale 10-4 Sheeting;
Bleached nnd Brown Drillings;
Plaid Linseys and Kerseys;
Marlboro' Stripes and Plaids;
Brown and Bleached Tabje (loths;
Towellings of all kinds;
Extra quality Bed Blankets
Spiral, Brass and Whalebone' IToons?
Good assortment of Hoop Skirts
Yankee Notions of every variety, kind,
Silk, Leghorn, and Straw Bonnets;
Moleskin', Cassl mere and Wool Hats
Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas, &c '
A large and fashionable stock of
JJjies C. Smith. 3Iii.es Costin
JAMES C. SMITH i CO.
Salve removed their office to the second story of the
..Holding formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company
iv&jpre they are prepared to attend to all business in the
Jottimissicn.lin.-.. ; v ..? ..
i All business entrusted to them tviii be punctually
i-IMnded to. - . 4
.Wilmington, October 1, 1856 . 7
, . , . ' '
FAYETTE VILLE HOTEL.
." tr r t- m .t o BL :
J.v'jnriiiio. & tju., Ii ay in
eaed this Hc?el, will be pleased to see ihei
grier p'atf diis arid friends, assuring them that
he will use every exertion to please - - .
.,'jlf. Roborts. i fj. G. Smitil
ijan. 9, 1853. 83-tf
Obupon Bonds for Sale
! ;jjfhe Western Rail Road Co., have for sale in
mfurits to suit purchasers.
Cvft flflfl ot the Coupon Bonds of the
J)4UjUUV County of Cumberland, beac-
per cent, interest, pr.yHbjo smi-annually ,on
st Jiine and tho 1st of December, and run-
3,000 of the Coupon Bojids of the Town of
ttevijle, bearing 6 per cent interest, payable
s mannually on the 1st Jantiary and the 1st July,
a id running 20 yearsl , ;.
Tese bonds wero issued iii accordance with law
t- jtfce Western Rail Road. Co ; to pay the County
a 11,51. own suoscriptions respectively.
1 g"rsqns having money yill fad tbese bonds (at
fe'j fciirice the Co. is seliiifg them J a better invest
t, eidt in any Bank Stock in the State.
! Wdt terms apply to
J. t. MALiLtil I, &q, fres'Jt,
or JNO. M. ROSE, Treas'r
Western R. R. Co.
rcli 0. 1358. 92-tf
whbb do., FEEtir&iX&r
- FitESCH A&D ENGLISH CRAPESjuJsbX 8, !
. - 4'c. - V" ' .
A very desirable stock of Mens', Youths', & Bovs
READY MAD1-CL O TIDING, -'
of the latest Styles, workmanship warranted.
-; .. .-v.. . ". ' : : ':-' "
The public are invited to call early and examine
the above goods; they will be sold cheap for cash,
or on the usual time to those who pay occasionally.
March 20. 93-tf
! 6W& CvW , f -1 "aw:y P- loirs' of the most rf?: t-1-'?-tts -'" . prPica.n; The foil
i Ka1! TanVee stamp, arrived at a mafr ifm ut 1 rb "z: U tUt rrt. pcf c to". U meaning,
i - ier lton; ana waited the Jwidterd ta ndlr" AJ . V-,Kr- -lt:'i - w-lhe verv.a
- S I . " - -..-y , . - . .g.vv uun, , : . . v . - . .
iplC'--r" - ' --r . , , mae ?i .9 Cartel r :&n'
vi-r. u: -w --. -'.rj. 'I" r '
rnrtlJWlth tli in4rDiat.H Anf mrnin itAnin.AniMidV I V JiiX-i; Jif4XI
Yori will ninncft inlih trt h,,H v - ' f-'ont M turov n ontrffti
f- j--;t - t - (... I
tZc-'i wUI W Very, al
Jt'taiislators of 1
. WE are now receiving our Spring purchases of
Staple and Fancy.
DR Y GO ODS, HA TS, B ONXE TS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
To which we invite the attention of'Buyers i nth it; Mar
ket.. . . STARR & WILLIAMS. Vs
March 20, 1 858. 93-tf
Is no.w receiving his Spring supply of
. -rtTnTSTllaAils'. aii(T HrillianTP.i -
Pol'd and Black Silks;
lrisa liinens auci Diapers; '
Farmer's Linen, Twilled and Plain; -Qashmere
and Merino Twills;
White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
Bolting Cloths, No, 0 to 10;
Sljkund Straw Bonnets; &c.
With almost every article in theDrv Goods Hi
ot wnicn Has oeen purchased by the packae
late sales in. New .York and Philadplnhia?0 l
Offered clieap for cash or on lime to paying cus
March 20. 93-tf
lhe Yankee stood up with his . lady love,
and seized Jier fervffntly bv the hand. "
lou promisef Mr 'A
'to take this womau'
- said the parson;
Yaas!' fiaid the bridegroom. . " "
.'To be your lawful and wedded wife?' T
'Yaas, yaas!' .
'That you will love and honor her iH all
things?' ( -
'Sartin yaasj I tellyef.'i :.
s 'That yoti will-cling to her, and her only, as
long as both shaW live?-? m is
'Yaas, indeed -nothin', else!' continued the
Yankee, in the most delighted and earnest
manner. . ,
. But -here the reverend clergyman halted,
much to the surprise of all preseut; and to the
especial annoyance and discomfort of the
ardent bridgrooui. . v ' "
'One raome'nt, my frienH responded the min
ister; slo.wly; for it oceifrred to him that the
taws of his State did notermit th;2 perform
ance without the 'publishment' of the bans for a
certain length of tittie: . ' "
'Wliat what what in time is the matter?
Con't stop here? Put her thru! What's split
parson? Anything gin eout?'
'Just sit this moment-, my friend, I have re
membered that you vau't be married in Massa
chusetts, an the law'
'Can't! What in nature's the reason? I like
her she likes me what's to l ender?'
'You have not been published, sir, I suspect.'
. 'That's a fact ain't agoin' to be, nutlier
vf thdt's the reason why we crossed oyer into your
'little lxhody, (the scent" Was oil the border of
Khode.Islaud) on the sly, you see, p.yso-n.'
'1 really sir ' said the rninisttr.
, 'R-e-a-l-l-yl wal, never "mind go ahead
'Tain't fair. don't you see 'taint! YouTve
A rnarried me, and haint tetclted her! Now don't
ston nereL Muuit the fair thing by gracious
'I will consult said the minister,-Hesitatingly.
'Nu vuu won't--no yoa don't. .You don't
same square, ou the opposite side of .the Street, ,
a building that was erected for a b'lacksmith
shop, partly brick, but which was riot in use,
had the front wall blown flat. But the great
est damage was on the north side of Jliain, at
the cdrnfe.r of Tefith, where stood a four story
bfick house, used as a grocery and dwelling
by Mr Carryll. It tvas more exposed to the
violence of the; storm 4han any other building.
The entire fourth story, which was fortunately
unoccupied, with he foot, wa blown o clear
even with the fioor, and. thrown over into the
neighboring yard, falling upon a frame cottage
and crushing it to the earth, leaving only the
front wall standing. 'vThis cottage was the
property of a lady m Efansyille, Ind ,' and was
occupied at the time by a man and a boy, who
strange to Say, escaped entirely unhurt, being
Gear the front wall at the time. The entire
house, with the exception of that " portion used
as a kitchen, was crushed flat. a . ' k,
The nextolgect of attack was the bid steam
er Belle Shridan, lying .at the wharf, now en
tirely dismantled, her machinery liaving been
transferred 6 CaptaiH Gould's, new, boat, the
Imperial The cabin was blown on, and the
huli injured .very considerably. Some of the
other boats felt the effect?, but only to a slight
extent. - - ,
We heard i rumor Hie last night that two
men shoe makers and a boy had been tilled,
- ; ' -T ' ; --r
An old offender was - lately brought before
a learned justice of the peace. The constable
as n preliminary, informed his worship, that he
hnd in custody, John Simmons, -alias Jones,
alins Smith. "Yery well," said the magistrate
"I will try the two women first; bring in Alice
Jones." ' - . i
xr'rr i And the'ininist
"ic ..iit ii ma Uelr In rj r
XHti apparent- '
?e B.V'iotlieea .
Jer?.i''- " -
e ha. ..ft the -
Wcur qn th ,
e E.tjW Tea-... '
Wd 'i v. 'most -fbr
tto We the
ver; jLtiiL riTuii .i.. n sim
levateMtiiVTU r I r. Stiia-jic . : -' fy
;i&t trapslaieir J Lregar3evIt ijf - .J L
. Ta& MlKkX$ A 'lender "i-og&?fi.j -
Jf, W. LETT
Hasjust received a large and general STOCK OT
GOO.DS suited to ihe Saring and Summer trade,
- 1 ; I - , - -
A Bfcevolent Insiitution, esiabliwhed by special en
" do ment for the relief of the sick and distressed
V fjlfllic'ted with Virulent and epidemic diseases
Howard Association,' in.view of the. awful des
tt icnoii of
human life, caused by Sexual diseases
. t . -, a. : ... ...i.i iii.iMi , in , ............
v TT l-rtm f rl a Bie Uecepnuus . atnoivx up-J" umuiiuiwre
ttnUfi8L-2JS yS&ViriUWlf ;3fa c? diseases Dy yuacKs, several years
. Jt . , ... . -J1 J iBIilJilW. a firected their Consulting Surgeon, as a CHaRI-
AU oi wnicn A iu Je sj.iu low for CASH, cr on ouf BLE ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispen
usual time to punctnal customers Sitlii.i: i't Wi,ifilf ?Sw: ,.. ..mn. nfthis a! nf in oil
or iceman, ah persons are resnecMniiv li,.T'i nA yiif fpiijal Arfvi firatia t
riVe us a call.
B. F. PEARCE.
Sop! 12 1857
J. W. PEARCE! Jr. I
, W. H. T U It I. I c T o x
General Commil i Mercbaut.
NORTH WATER STREET,
Wil Kington, JY C.,
till give personal attention to the sale or shipment of
ill consignments oF Naval Stores or other country
jrxiuce, and any other business entrusted to his care,
will be promptly attended to.
pril 18 1857. Jy -
, MRS. CATHARINE J. WARD will open
her fc-,hool in Arch St. on Thursday, April 1, 1353.
Madi G 4t.
ltfood lbs. TalloVv T anted,
For wL.h the highest cash price vill be paid.
ikl wo aonlv bv letter, with a description-of their
iec idttion. (asre. occupation, habits of life, c.,) and
fa cafes of extreme poverty, 10 xurnisn Aieuicines t ree
t Rl&rre. It is needless .to add that the Association
o Brands the highest Medical skill of the age, and
- 11 furnish the most approved nfodern treatment.
1,1 Phi directors, on a review of the past, feel assured
iQth.t iieir labors in this sphere of benevolent effort
Irtelieen of sreat benent to ttie atnictea, especially
to hAvounz. and they have resolved to devote, them-
sveii. with renewed zeal, to thi3 very important but
HP Cftuespisea cause. . . - . , .
Vndb Published by the Association, a Report on
irAatorrhosa, or Seminal Weakness, and other Dis
ea esof the Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon
FRESH SPRING GOODS
H. & E, J. LILLY
Alitu now opening a large, and eeneralJtttssorfcenb
of SPRING GOODS; embracing a great rariif of.
si ai Lt, a unx UUUU3, HATS
NETS. UMBRELLAS &c.
Also about 29 Cases BOOTS & SUOES wei Re
sorted, all of which we propose selling ajL reKile
prices for cash and to prompt paying ciStomeftm
the usual time. -
... P. S. We EABXESTLYeTfaest all persois in arfears
with u a to pay up or in part at least. H. Sf E. j?L
March 13, 1858. . 1 6t
..... WIRR WTED THE GROWTH OF 18&
The Subscriber has just received a largupply
of Garden Seeds, comprizing every varictjt .from
the celebrated Gardens of JohnsonJ RohbinlA- r"r
Wethersfield. " These seeds have 'been sola Aere man Put asunder.
tor-the last, uve years ana always given pvfj
.Catalogues will be furni:
Jan. ao, 85-2m
consult nothing noi; nobody until.this here busi-'
ness is concluded!' And with this he turned
the key, and put.it (amidst the titterings of the
witnesses whom the land'ord h id called in,") in
his pocket: Seizing the hand of his trembling
bride, he said;
'Go on, now, straight from where yu left off
put us through, and no dodging. It'll be all
right -'if it ain't right we'll make it right in
the morning.'as the saying is.'
After reflecting a moment, the parson con
cluded to run the risk of the informality so he
continued: . - . .w "
"You promise, madnrri, to talie this man to
be vonr lawful husband?'
. "Yat." suil the Yankee, as the lady
VTUat you will love, honor and obey hitn?"
"Them's 'en;" said Jonathan, as the lady
"Andthat you will ci to him so long as
yon both live?"' -
"That's the talk! stick to One another alters
and the lady said "yes" again. ; .
."Then, in' the p'rebence of these vvithesses, I
pmnoliiice you man and wife "
''HooraT' continued Johuathan,. leaping all
the way to the Ailing with joy. : t
"'nd what God lias ioined togatwr let no
... .-...fr ii .-ii rul (ii1 '
Pntcliman Coot moryer, Patrick, how you
ve.-wiir. Wfi fit iiiir ratnf
." o j " . . . . .. - . '
Dntchman I guess not: we never-has much
rain in ferryjry dime."-'
Irishman- An, ye're right there; and thin,
whiniver, it jrits in the way of ranin not a bit o'
dhrv wither will we git as long as the wet spell
fever, "jtUt r Ziv&L .u i
as a iiidicatmor a. iikknixe ;ti': Jitatlic-,
a's a ..ueaUnt(t-fquii '"' Urb,'to
word, re jeat.- .Accofa in
li means sneacej viessu
''tet-: tbev, ihtritiletits
stopf W pche? regards
Funi coroB--up' mi -j
ijig all the. seventjfoar
wor occurs, Wcooizeft j
appeai or summons iO ti
p -".J L a i.dll ii't.il
ior aiu anu jiraycrs w r i
with entire direcine9 0.
tire. VHeaf,'3thovah!f i
anu i lie iih.e sui earuuo
lie would remember laiid
itself he regards, ns iiidi
trumpets by. tbe prlet. j
an abridge expressionu!
II igga ibii i udica tmgr t
ed instruments, a'nd Sela
irumpe is.- jiuiu.iMc
DuriDir the late corom
ci(ty i t . wast.fect frik'li
nine comment a tne in
and places oT ainusemgii
niiea oryieiued suca ajj
mjinngers. xi was an
mind depressed tnd wro
through the difficulties ail
great mass of the people!
occasioned by severe' Jisse
ing of fortunes: tlif vlc
toil arid application, V
In the present state p
we find the same pecul
Elder Jones was not remarkable for 1iis elo
qnenop, nor was he a remarkable good reader,
especially among the-hnrd names. Butheshid
"all Scripture is profitable,"-and therefore -he
npver selected anv portion, but read the firs
chapter he orened at, afte.r h took th stand
to preach. One dav he stnmbled in this - way
npon a chapter in Chronicles; and read, "Elea
zer besrat Phinehies, . and Phinehies .1-Mat
Abishna, and Abishna beirat tinkkie. nnd Tiuk
k?e beirat TJzzsi," and stiimbline worse and
worse ns he proceeded, he , stopped, and rnnnitver
his eyeahead,T. and seeing : nothing -better in
prospect, he cut the matter short by saving
' And so they went on and, begat one another
to the end of the chapter." ' : ":
daiiy. -and almosS hourlv'wit
and those wbo would becohi
tres, opera house, and in. facl
lie amufement are nightly t
seeking for an hour's amuse
these places is-universally I
val of religiou" extends thr
lher and otbyre,1 x
ns t' to Ujaiu.
valent to' isnr-
e. '.'an actual
iresfscd euS-1 ..
tr rind that.
Ihe word ' .
blast, of the
Jf; he thinks - -
of the string-.
rous blast -of
realties in this'
ever so. weii
tarns to the
fount 'for this
Sof relief to the
Jon- as Jt . was,
iboring . uuder
le rapid wast-..
Eon of years of
kit or thea-
Iaces of pub-
iTJie rush to
lid if a "revi-
the city, a
theatrical revival is equaB T, Jble and re
riiafkable: . . , . ; I .
How.is this to be accounld fc, , We shall
not . mate the attempt, butMe :y. Ithe subject
for the c6nsidefatio.il of tho h. he" V'ek to fath-
inIJ-'.Wl only dea
orii the mysteries Of the trii
in facts' .The receipts at.
iptS at. tha tetrl.or twelve
theatres," and ether places of; k inarn.cnt inclu
ding the museums, nigger nil its relaperformun-
ces, lectures,. and &c., amoim-.w twclv
fourteen thousand dcI!a,T, .nirA ly&hc sun
ceived ftt the Upera . Iiou sionf., averaging
about $4,D0Ci. , Here i.s soile 60,000 or $70,
000 paid weekly for flmhrism nts. A great
country this. N. Y. IZscianee jjk
Th2 Sister. There H sOBlc hrn jovely in
the nae, and its utterance ,rft ejr, JJails to call
up the waj'i a5eytion bf t.J, feffiitle heart.
:hought3 that circle rod a '1 are nuict
rs of love.
beautiful and pure-..
its associations. lhehoncala
; i .... "
these .strong cmo,tionsy F jwt
nu always given p-feit
N. SMITH, DruggiJA
FOB TIIE LOtdJIofiVI.'
onsffeting" of a choice selection, of
Ststplfc and Fdt2cr l3 II V GOODS,
Boot and Shoes, with lnoe4 nuj ilitua
hat line. '
PRIME FAMILY, GRQCEEIEI& always to be hadf
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country produce.
March. 20. 18o8. - ly-pd
"lloora?" continued Jolinatban. "What's
the price?" . .-(The parson seemed to, hesitate.)
'How much? spit it . but. , Dou'X- b'a afeared.
Tou did it like a book. Here's a Y; never
mind the change. Send for a back landlord.
-Give us your bill; I've got her!. Hail -juiumuy:
i bp hnf.r tp iow seemea to oe-entireiv unaoie
lo control his joy; and ,teu minutes . afterward
he was on his way to the railroad depot with
his wife, "the happiest man out of jail," said
the eye-witness who described the scene.
What Katlroaos Have Dove. According
to the estimate, "theUni.tid . Sta-tes have in
creased in wealth full. a thousand ..millions of
dollars by railroads.". " They have certain
contnbnten more to the prosperity of the conn-
trv.thjn tW have proved renuraerative to their Bha,tei 'd distinguish life,
owners. vv unouL ranror.os we- oru.n never tlere- The bride is the sta
nave neen ine w-ne extenaea repuonc that we. the iieaft, the diamond abo
usivc imuwu vriiii unfiii wo chh eniuro our
territories still .fjirthcr, . , tt .is a fortunate con
junction of events that heloeomotive and the
magnetic telegraph, two"of the most "pofential
contrivances for, annihilating gpace, should
sprinaTiinto existence jnstas. a new republic was
extending its power oyer aontmentp
and blazing in the noon-day
light calm as the mellow md
coronet of pearls.
t3l rjnd iio home
fc iiValisman of
There is said to be an infi
to discover whether the red
are natural or painted,
nattj'ra.! ' tbe eafs will be o
artificial, the ears will be pa
rIfut suppose the ears also!
' WANTED. :
4 b t b Bbls. -Turpentine at my DistHery
""M,ori Person' .Street at the hatf way
Bridge the highest fash price will be paid,
march 20 93-3m JR McDUFFIE.
A. A McKefliaii
resoectfully.informs bis friends and the public, that lie
has b tilt up large substantial Brick Buildings at hi
Old Stand, expressly ior manatactaring Carriage!.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received
for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to
business, with a d,esire to give satisXactipn, to merit a
continitanc.4 of jtfi.'e.Same. He warrants his work to be
made of the best material and by experienced workmen
iu each branch of the business. Mis work will compare
favorably with any made ia the United States, forneat-
ness and durability. ., ,
He is determined to sell.and do any w.prk in his line
on as good terms as any wotfe done elsewlfcre that is as
well done. He now has ou hand, finished, tbe largest
stock of CARRIAGES.BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS.
AND BUGGIES, ever offered in this place, and aLvery
laree stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual efcstom-
ers. ..r-iie nas on. nana more man uUtluJNDKtiU
AN It Jf xr x i venicies uuisueu auu iu course, 81 con
Nice Point of LXwJ I heard thu an-
ecdote from a gentleman long resident iu Phila
delphia. Two Quakers, in that place applied
to their society, as they do not go to '.law,' to
ciecide in the following difficulty: A isiAun-
x?asy about a ship that ought to have arrived,
meets B, an insurer, and states his wish to have
the vessel insured. The matter is agreed upon.
A returns home, and receives a -letter inform
ing him of e Toss of his ship. What shall he
do? He is afraid that the policy is iiot filled
up., and should B. hear of the matter soon, it is
all over with him; he therefore writes to' I?.'
thus; "Friend 13 , if thee hasn't filled up, the
policy, thee needn't for I've heard, of the sliip."
The following is a..litf ral-cnnr. f a lifst hand
ed to the nsswesors.-nndrr-the laws of Conne-
ticnt.'-requiring a shown list f all property;
To 35 akevf-oflnd worth t400.00. - Hotise
and born nothin ntal-onley a plr.ee- where thenfes j Imfortant to Physicians.
and Ttobcrs brakes into and steels all I put in j a t, . exneriracilts in
flPITI - .... . , - , ? ' . ' - "j .
Mv head which pron'e - Res ,T rilnRt. -nut in
which is so weake a.nd febTe.is:weatU nothin atal.
Mv wife is of no nse to me atal. -
15 Shea ne , - 32.00
Alf.;Ton Oat, - ', . '; 25
The Kitne half price ... 12
"Oh, oh!" thinks B. to himself, ' cunning feJr
low; he wants to do me put of: the premium."
?TiV Vio wrilps t'lina tn A " "Friend A. thf e
be'es too late by half an hour, the policy is
filled.". A, rubs Ijjs hands with delight; yet B.'
refuses to pay.,. tV elf,' what is the decision?
The loss is divided between them. Blackwood's
vaccine virus by solution iii
solution instead of the solid
successful Iy.: conducted b
Chicaso. Ine solution w
or three months, in warm w
cases wero vaccinated withoi
The scab, should be broke
pieces and thrown into a lit
is to be occasionally ..shake
care it aissoives siowiy,
ope.j c ftisi ui yuigH
Address, for Report er treatment, Dr. George . R.
Calhoun, Consulting Sugeon. Howard Association
No-2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
. , By order of the Directors.
G FAIRCHILD, Sec'y E. D. HEAR TWELL, Pres.
Jan:4 83-3ia pd
with fair usage, and
or material will be rcpaireu tree ot charge
Persons wishing to buy wonld do well to call and
examine fo themselves. . 4
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
.Repairing executed at short notio and on very rea
1 Fayettevllle, Oot lj 189f.
Be charitable towards those who. may. differ
from von as all humanity is liable to err. it
best to ascertain who is erring before prononn-J
Facts ix Hcmax Life.
B is about equal to the numbei
average of human life is 32
ter die before the age of, 7-h
age of 11.,' Of every 1,00
reach 100 years. Of eren
65. ' and' not jiiore than on
age of 80 years. There, is
066 of iuhabitants. Of th
every year, 91,824 die ever
hour, and 60 every miriu'
; second. These losses " are
set in a
st by wldjrti
of a lady
nie color, if
?ifi 01 (TO
uldXe painted ?
jjcerinyl, using this
I Uteri have been
sefl up ior i wo
em when seven,
fqt ..three or four
; lHHnber oi me.i
f women.' The
eJS. One quar-
iirsons, cue only
)0bnly 6 reach
500 reaches the
forcie for every
Ihould it fail by bUworfaailFonder wel thc Past and drawnsefoj lessons . yon Whenersecuted and troubled be sare to
paired free of charge. Ftherefrom. Find out the causes wnieh. have sustain him in his adversity.
produced misfortunes, embarrassments, CvC , ..iri
, longer- lived ' th&lrHfil jlugie,' and abo e all '
those who observe a sober and iriduitriona
conduct.. AYometf kaye more chances of life
the year just ended, and avoid them in future. There is a lady down east so high-minded 1 previous to the ige ot 00 -fears' than men, but
If to accumulate wealth be an object, remem- ' that she .disdains to' own that she has common V fewer after. The number of ttarriaoes iSi
ber "time is money" and if to acquire gold sense.' . There are a great many of the same I proportion of T5 . -
laere is nu surer way iuau iu sbtc it.
sort in, the werldv
A. M. CAMPBELL.