' TU K f 1 EE( O M OP TU V PMNS f5 f TVSP A liTK .THE ' RIGHTS OF Ttt R PEOPLR. ' " 1
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FAYEXTEVJLLEilCSATlJAT, OCTOBER. 10.. 1858.
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OP iijKnmnrfn i a C iHOUlS.IAa
: For&4liiunn.-;r . iitvaiK.n. ner aiiuaoi. Z f
. ; t the cad ot jaoasas, - M
- . '. at tu& ead of the yer ; d 50
No subscription will be received for a shorter period
With the vi-yr .f rt ..Uuii tje uircilatiou aud ea-
haaeiag the lief.Uaess of tlie paper, the proprietor of-
' 5 copies of the Carolimaa, I
10 "i -" , 4: .-
of 1 6 Udas. or less, for the first
t Bsertioa. unless tfee
Miahftd frti more than two meiuhs.
whe it wiil be-charged 1 " ' .V "
i For three- mitha, - -r - - i IV
' ..' For Wdra m itha. t - - . J.0W s
U lv.?rs'h'ntm'i'thave the de4redautaltr ofJ4
ert 018 n:ffced bi ' th-Jm, -nrhtret'iXr?Tt- wLil be in
wrtai tfll forbad chr3t acotlinsly. t Spteiat
attention it directed to Ihi requisition. . a'V
. . ' !; WMI F WIGHT MAN k CO.
Cti"8SHEXT O.-WRIGHT, '.V'.Ji.
, ilttorueyiktliiiw, Pajretteyllle,rr.C rf 1
Office' at the corner of Bow and Green streets. . ; .
I '-J. "A. SPRA IVS..- j
XTrORXBr A.T LAW, !': --h--
ATrD-? the poarts of -Cumberland, Ilsm
Vake and Johnston. ' .,j g. ' "-'
. Ad lress, Too;ner, llarnett CoP, N. C.
B IRTfP IV j F ULLER,
Attorney at Law,
F Y HS T T K V UUT!, N, .
Uar be consulted at the Law Office of Jese G.
herd, Esq., on Green Street,
Jnly 19, IR56. i
. ATTO AT LAtW.
"Can )e found at the Ofiloe ForinerSy occupied
. i" by Dr. Gilliam, on Bow Street. " ,r
FATE T T ET1L L E M. C.
June 26, 1858. tf -
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TROY & FULLER,
- I Attvracys acd Coanscilars
' - AT LAW.; - ; V;;'
LU.WBEUTO.V N. C.
' ROB BUT E.'TROV & JOHN P. FULLER, have
ormcd an aseociatioa for the practice ot tuetr proles
ioii in ttoocsoa tfo.T oity-BTET Troy will also at
end the Courts of Uladeu and Golumbua, aad J P
Fuller those of Cumberland.
fueir OJiee ia JUa'mberton will be kept open at all.
January 9, 1858-
1 ik. Jl. Ciitupbeti,
tJ C TIOXEKR COMMISSION 3IE11CHAST.
' Eaat side of Gillespie street.
. j FATKrTlCVILLK, N C.
OitiU jr 1. l8.-5
:f . AI A 11 B It B
1 BY GEO
e- a c t o,k. y. .
-. ; - I
Oct. I. 1836.
to E V. Wiilkings Auction Store
Fayette ville, iN. O.
V. II. fUllLI-VflTOJI,
GeutrM Cmailiita Merenani. j
NORTH WATER STREET,
Ivi. : W7l iUnglon, N O., ). ' j
Will ?lve personal Attention to the sale" drjshtpment of
all coiiig'i nerits of S aval Stores or other country
prol'ta-j, a 1 1 iay other basiaess eutrustedr to Bis care,
will be promptly attended to. I
April i8ii8iT. ly'! - ';! ;''
t U;(jf lb. '-Tallow- anleii,
For which the highlit cash price will be paid.
Oct. I. 185 r- 1 -A. M. CAMPBELL.
hite Lead and Linseed Oil, ior
' .A constant supplj? of t ited Genuine An
Iter Uniting Clothe-all Noa., kept on hand audj for
sale at the lowest prices by - I
i JAMES MARTIN E.
Jan 30, 1858. ' lm , 5 m af e 2w
! NOTICE. ...
The Subscriber having at 3f arch Term 1858, o-
the County Coart ot Cumberland, taken out letr
ter" of A Iministration upon the- Estate, of the late
IJti. F. Wigatmau, hereby notifies all persons in
debted to said estate tq make Payment, and those
having claims against the V same ,to ' present them
within the Mine required by law or this notice wftl
be pleaded in Bar of their recovery,; 1 ;
! ( ' . ' G. W. WIGHTM AN, Administrator, j ,
;March 0, IS58. j . 94- -
; FRESH TURNIP SEED. !
FLAT DUTCH, l i " . i
KED TOP, - '
1 ENGLISH NORFOLK, I
.', t LARGE GLOBE,
RUT A BAG A, , i ,
1 ust received and for sale by "
I - S.J. HINSDALE.
i July 11, 1857. 3 tf ,
"' ,;4s- j " , . 1 '!: " ' is . ; ; U-
'';."-'; iFOR SALE. ' 7'
Hevy 4-4 Baa ver Creek, Sheetings. -
Cotton Yarn, Warp ad Filling, Nos. 5 to 10.
i Belt, Picket, Roller aud Lace LEATHERS. j
" Oils and v(anufcturer'a Findings." "
W inter straiued. Sperm. Lard aud Linseed Oils. j
Suattlie'sl Ist-.igU-, French Glue, Emory, Roller
Cloth aud Glass Steps. ,
r J. tt. HALL, Pres. B. CM. Co.
July 26. 185S ; i . -tf
P tints,; Oils, Varnish, Brushes, for
S. J. HINSDALE.
63-tf . .
: , PORK! PORK!! ;
f5f BBLS. Prime Pork good article. Just re"
"Af ceived by B. F. MOORE & CO. ,
Oct. J, . 1'' 'Sfc'' .
- Tbef jllowiug valuable real fcetute the property of
E. O." 1 all deo'd. ib odcrcd tor sale aud cousibts oi the
tollowi itract8;rJ t -1? - v :
Thai desirable place Kaowa as uomu, containing
liO acres . Yitli all ithe in pro v emeu is., i nis
II Ik? so hi eii tire of divided, to suit putxlJ users,
probably oue of the 1 jst business stauus in
trj. aou is .ery.4..Miroiu i tuose -wisuiug io
eater tuie mercautile. business.
, Crick .Store (2 tene
e Street near Gljireii-
a Cambleion. o. ittridj!
don Bridge: '-nd is a Very desirable stand for business.
3, sraeant lots iu'Jatn ji'ilif on. knovrn n City
plotaaSos 1 09, 1 1 1, 1 1 "i. an hqilf f lot a
: No 4. as s-dwellinir bouse and -lot ou.Haymount,
corner of Plankroad and A da inn St. 1 A very desira
ble residence for the whole year. i 1 !
t No 5, lis a Cora Mitt ad -Steam Enarineand poiler.
Cf 10 ota S horsepoiver- ,Thiis;-Meil A'orth tbe at
tention tit t!ioe tiyiu.sf where vater power is notaTatl-
able, and will he sofcj s a rreat tjaraia, -
Foi'.term ann 1 to, J ,1L..,H A Awi jcyuxt.
indebted to JasJ 0." McEochin, as 'Gua
o'l the he
rs of John Morrison dec"d art hereby re
turorined, that sartt guardian. has in a srreal
(of instances endorsed and transferred' then
uotcs ti ihe: underfigiM-d. j A Up, that our - ursrent n'e
cessities, apart Irom the rcqi jreineu-ls-pl the en lorser
compel up td collect as speedily as p(si!)lt. All those
indebted vi!l therelore oblipe iif. an 1 thein.elvo too,
by Tiaving up immeinateiy. w e must iinrtwiiJ sue
money is not fortlicominpJ
Hirgh. N. C. March 7. lf!5
A. A. tlCii.f l llikli I
ly informs uis frieuds aud tfct public, that lie
Uti ioi saLst.i:uial irict iJuibliiig ut bis.
Old : itail
d,- expressly tyr inaiiiuaetsriu.'r carriages
jfortbe very liberal Wtrouage he- lias received f
last 1 yearr, h hopes by strict attention to '
with a desire to Jtve satisfaction, to merit a
conttuuaijce ol th-i Knine. : He Warrants bis work to be I
maue ol tie best material aud y ex
e liest material aud !y experiunced workinen !
iu each brhnch of the business. UUs wiork will eoiijpare
favorablj-lwitb any made in the Uuit0jn5tates. for'lioat-
ues and iljirabilitv. i ' r -f
tie ia determined to sell an-d do ant work ui his line
on as good terms a any ..workj done ee'whure that is a
welrdoiiei! He now. has ot liund, lnnshed. the larsrost
stock of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHESi .UOUKAWAVS
AND BU(1(tES. everjOlfereil: in this place, and ajvery
larare stock of work.iiearly ;tiiiis!p.d. wfiich will be; sold
very; low nor Lasn, or on short tinne to piiiotiial caHom-
lle has on Und more Ji'un ONK IIU.VKUED
id iii course of con-
work mude bvhiniis warranted 12 months
assgeiandjshonld it fail
by bad workmanship
1 will be i? paired free of charge.
"wishing to buy iwould
do well to call and
O lar 3 tt ank full y received a nd nr omp tl y a t tend dd to
R?t wriilj executed at short aotice and
on very rea
FVvftteme. Oct 1 lfiSf
I $CmEFFELI BROS.
e- I IMPOBTEHS AND DEA LEA
4- CO 4
'drugs, paints, oils',
j j &c.!
' 170 William St., CprJ Beekftian, N. Y
; lu' iti; ffiie attention of die
trade to thci'r large and
varied stock of
DRUGS PALM'S, OILS, -PER.
In addition to tl.eir regnlar importation of Staple
Goods tby are also receiving, direct inm the sour
ces of proiluctiou and manufactiiie, appl;es of Tooth.
Hair and Nail Brushes, i Bronzes, Corks, Mortars,
Sponges. French and English jPerfumerp. Lubin's
Extracts, md many other articles usually embraced
iu Druggi?tsT slocks, which 'heyare also euabledfto
oSF'-r on t.l most advantageous terms.
either in person or by
LL IMPORTATIONS !
! We ar
now receiving the
irgest Stock of .
STAPUE & FANCY
SKI KITS, READY- MADE' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES,
UMBRELLAS,! &cj, ;
Ever offered by us; which will te ld at V uole-
Sale cheuU for cash or u the hsual tune. fr ap-
.Ii.fr. STAIiU & WILLIAMS.
WILMINGTON CHARLOTTE &
R UTHERFORD RA IL ROAD CO.
vleefciiVg or the fitockhoideis
ifftbe iV:'itaiagtun, Ohanotte SMnl
;o.niaav.jwili he h .-Id in he Iowa
y&fi WilmiugiOiJ on
the 14th day
of October ii-xt. . .
W, GU10N. Pres't
T Atile Negro Men Wanted by th Subscribers
t work on the fayetteville and, western
Rail Road Sections lu 1 1 & .18 miles trom ayetteville
for whom the highest price Will be pad by calling on
iliers 011 the w ork
94 tf t
h?AI,I, A SO IVLVTEll DY
ALKX. JOHNSON, Jr.
HaS eceived and is this day receiving a large
afid desirable ' H-' j
STOCK OF- GOODS, -
ern'Tacing al I ine nee tMyb sot
f Dress Gnods, Cloaks, Shawls,
s, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
d Trimmino-s, of all kinds.
FOll , GEN TL EM EN.
I ! , A very deirablrt slock of
I Readt'Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassi-
meres, Vesting, Hats C ps, Boots,
1 ' 1 .''Shoes,' TJiiibreltasj &c,s, '&c.
with m iay articles not deemed necessary
te ' 1 ' I...-- " ' i"
ich will be offered lpw for CASH, or on
All of wil
time to sue
h as pay when Called on. ! '
n . : ALEX. JOHNSON, Jb.
FayettevtUe Sept. 25. 1858. f 4t, , ; r
BIiitl'KSMITH. TOOAjS. :
Doiz. Brjces Hackers. ( i
J Round bhaves.
Ronnd Shave Stones.
' Hacker-Files. (
ALSO. v '
A Lare assortment of Cooper's Tools.
1 would Jcall the .attention of purchasers to my
Hackers, Koaud Shaven and Scrapers, as they excel
any ever onreu loraaie in tins maritet. -
THE Snlrihr l.m'i;, mnifil to the Store one dooJ
East of U. & E. J Lilly's, where lie uopt- to jneet alt
his old frieuds and to' niae inauy new friends and
Customers v - - - j -Q-VV. I GOLDisTON. -
Aogu-t 28, J8&8. v'-' ' tf i
-.FOR SALE OR RENT. "" 1
-.Tbe dwelling House and Lot on Hay Mount -near
the Donaldson Academy joining WJ i'atesaiid others
lately occupied by Hector McMillan Esq., with a weli
of good' water & Garden' i ti front. 1 1 wi 11 be - old ; ai
; bargain or rent-d to good tenant on reasonable terms
. apply tod JAS. MART1NB.
i Also tbe two SJory- Ware House on Chttirch St. near
,r. . J - - . w.vi.-v v
f UAJVI) FOR SALE
feVs for, sale a portion of his swamb "lands "'tn-the
elievifle, aud about 1 i - miles eastof the, CapuTVr;" '
Ki?er. The" entire swamp has been successfully,
drained of the large body of $ water by which tt was!
heretofore covered. The land is apparently ;Ie vej ;i
being free from ridges (which are so common to
swamp lands generally whilst there is- an abundance
of lan, by which the' raiu water can 'be carried off"
by ordinary ditches. A smalj portion o!tue laid
;lias been in cultivation alut 7 years and those
persons who have seen the-crops, regard the laud
as equal in fertility to any they have seen in this
Mate or elsewhere. 1 be- location is heal thy? the
;iieigblorbood good, and the access o! Fayette vi lie
anil Wilmiugton easy byimeaos of a good road li
( miles iu length ieadmg directly to the river. Besides
f this, it is within 3 'miles bfa beautiful!! little village,
j upon a high and healthy BlnoVat the?! riverrwith a
tore, Uare-liouse and first rate iandiag. . All which-
j iitTord many r conveniences fo the neighborhood, As
several persons have spoken of purchasing, this i is
f kleenied a propter time to call ; their attention, to the
i pubjtct, in as much as there is. a cro now growing
upon a smaii porn?u oi thy larnl. bv which they can
judge of its pi odritniSriVstf-iieasonable tlrins will
Sept. 10, 1858. i tf
S0VWV. Ti) SOLDIER'S WTnnws
and the V idows of Soldiers who fUEi
IN service 111 the war ot 1812," can have their
: pensions eoirtinued by eallinj on th'e f uuderriign
pongress having .mad additional!! provision
tlu 111. " -.. '..-.!- .-:! . :ii J ' -- .". -)'",
! j Givo me the m:iuagfment pfyofti .claims, and
: the money shall eoine at once.jor ni tlnlrge.
ii- '" , iAsi. for Peiiwons !
; Fay ete viUe, Jlme 19, 1 Sfy tf - . r
fg HE UtidejfTffned has made arranjrements- by
which hoik prepared to furnish at fhort no
tice, any reqired quantity of i i ii,, ; "
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
jail of which will be from direcli importations, . into
jthe Port of Wdmiiigton,' and warranted pure and
! genuine. - .t . - . . I . - -
j f Orderj ftr the above excellent fertilizer ar so
J licited, to which pronxit attention wMI be given, ;
j i As this is an artixde wbich , does , not - admit of
! nipany each orde. f ' BEVEIiliiY . HOSE
Is now receiving bis Sprrng sitflyiy of
Among wbiclt are i j ;
' Prints. Lawns, and Brilliantes;;
' Col'd and Jilack Silks; ; j !
, Irish Lineup anil Diapers; !
Farmer's Linen. Twilled anjl Ph
Cashmere and Merino TwiiHs;pX
1 White and Col'd Cotton Hose;
Bolting Cloths. No. 0 to 10; ! j
1. ? ; 5iik auu fetraw lion nets; Ac. "l f
With almost every article in the Dry Goods line- all
pf which has been purchased by tbe package at the
late sales in New York and Philadelphia;0 Will be
offered cheap for cash or on time to paying customers
March 20. - . f 93-tf
R JAMES DAVIS, having
decided on permanently -locaitinsr In th.
Towr of Fayetteville, respectfully? offers his servi
ces to the citizens of this place and j surrounding
country. In all the various branches of his - Pro
jfegriiott, including the, manufacture iof Mineral
Teeth, he is satisfied, after an e terisivopxperi
ence, to which is added a thorough Dental educa
tion, that he can give entire satisfaction as far
j it is in the power of Dentistrvi All irregularities
'no i -i,n iirniru ui n 'n urr uuu careini mnn-
ner. as well a-s uisease of . the muth 4 N
.1 1 . 1 L : ' r . I . 1 '
ine proper melius are umue use or 1 in tno "various
operatiims. Ciiargi-s will be ; .moderate j that tha
; benefits of the Profession , may bo placed within
jthe reach of nil who may feel an interest in the
ipresp.rvM.tion or tlie ieeth. j h ,
Ls'iJdice over Houston's Jewelry Store, wherp
11 t i ' t -' . 1 1 , , t , M - v
he will bn found at all timet
1 May 15,1858 tf
BEDSTEADS .IJVD CH.flIRS
. For Sale at reduced prices
of , ; .,.. . - , - Al
Aug 21, 1858. : tf
r at-the Auction Stora
M. CAMPBELL -
IS no v r- ceiving his Fal I supplies f of tbe above
articles. He can supply Country jWercbants at
prices which he is sure will make it tteir interest to
deal with him. "He has for taleJ
81) china to
1300 Daz. Common Cups and Saucers,,
500 " Fine
100 " Dishes,
' 200 Covered Dishes, ,
-100 Doz. Pitchers,
800, Plates, . ..
1000 .Tumblers and Goblets,
,T5 ft 1 0 o k i n g-glasses,
Coffee Mills, Toy Locomotiyes,1 and Yan
kee Clocks by the box, ! ; .. ' I
And other goods in proportion :
( DFTri order to give time to have goods WELL
TA PKP.n. runtrv merchants should buy their
Crockery FIRST.- f
' Sept; 4. ". 2m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS., J
.in'T riivMl !V InVcriY and anieiirlid SlOCk of f Sta
pie Dar Goons. H abdwabb, Boots, -and Shoes, .Bats, j ?!
. and Caps and SADi-sar.
. KNIFES AND FORKS.
vW HI7? nA.ID, with 2 prong stkki, FORKS, at
- ' $1 and 1 25 per Set: .
Do., with 3 . Droncr do.: SI Sft:
$1 75, and
1 . - z per set; . .
And a variety of others at 75 eta. ', to 2 50
some of which are of anPKRroa onir.tW : V-v
1 Ivory handle Knives, with stekl or plated Forks,
orALoxK at 3 to 6 50 per set or dozen.
-t For sale at the "Crokefy Btore' - - -J. ,
W. m T1LLIJNGUAST. -
(1 8:pa4.terni) CadVeailcVtl7Mie
Cups, Tea Sets; Goblets, Spoon Holders,
.Butter Dishes, Butter Knives, Mo
lasses Cups, Napkin ! Eirig,
;. iTea Bells, Pie Knives, f: J
. ; Sugar Tongs alid f .
.. . - Spoons. i : j .-;
of all sizes'. For sale Low.at' the "Crockery Store."
.Oct. 2. -3ml - W. N. . TILLINHGAST..
.THE SCBSCK1BEK, - " "
AVING TAKEN THE STORE REQJiNTLY
occupied by G. W. I. Goldston, EsnT. fone door
West or H. L. Myrover &, Co. ) offers a, complete aud
carefully selected stock of t; ir- '
FAMILY GROCERIES JLND FARMERS'
SUPPLIES. I . f
COEFEE. SUGAR, (efery variety) 'FLOUR, MOL-
ASSKS, Svru, (S. H.) Baeon. Lard; Bntter, .
Cheese. Vinegar, Twbite) Soap, : Meal, Pep-
per, Giager, Spice. Pickles, Suufl : .
' i,j ! Candles'; Vinegar, (Ci- fi
der) Fi-h. - i - I
ROPE, BAGGING. SALT. NAILS, TOBACCO,
Shoes., Blankets, Kerseys.
Wh:ch I offer for ia$, or on nhort time to ptiomp1
paying customers,- Country produce -taken iu ex
change. v. f I'.
l am dete miaedrto sell ehea$;.calj and see'for yotir
Belves. I L -., C. B.i COOK.
Oct. 2 : -3t - m- ' f
GROCERIES. ' i
50 Basra Rio, Lagtiira and ava t Coffee.
25 BblsiJrushed and Granulated Saar.
50 Kep-s Nails.
1 10 Boxes Starch. 1
25 Boxes Tobacco, assorted.
50 M Cigars $G to $90 per M. ! '
ALSO; ' '.I y,:
'. Spice, Pepper, Ginger, ;Sugar House r
yrupi -Vinegar Snrttf,-'' ' . r ""
Butter, Water and Soda Crackersi
C. E- LEETE.
FISH JJSID IMCOJVi
50 Bis. No. 1 Herrsug; . j
25 Bbls. No. 3 Meckerel; ! " -1' i
Cheese, Lard, Butter, aid Box nerrings.
Oct 2. lm C. E. LEETE.
FALL AMQ WIMTER.
JSTEIV GOODJVBW GOOIJSU,
' ;f J- POB fl." - j ;
Is receiving' the- Largest Stock of ! .
Staple and Fancy Dry G-oods,
Ever before offered by himr which embraces;; all the
LATEST STYLES OF
LADIES & GE TLEMEN'S DllESS GOODS.1
Among them will pe found. j . !
RICH SILK AND DELAINE PATTERNS, of the
latest style. :
A larce lot FRENCH MURINOS. together with every
shade of SOLID DELAINES, all wool.
A large assorftnent of French, English and American
PJIINTS. DEBAGES, aiid other goods for
? Travelling Dresses. A large lot-or
HANDSOME EMBROIDERIES. ! f
A great variety of Ladies SHAWLS and CLOAKS,
BOINET8, French ARTIFICIALS, KIBBONS, &C.
A handsome stock of 1 . 1. -
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS aud SHOES. KERSEYS, 1
Negro Blaxkbts, an;l all other goods belonging to a
-- Dry-Goods Store. .. - , t
AH the citizens, and everybody that visits the old
Tjwn. will confer a tavor oy caiupg on tne suoscnocr
aud looking thrpugh hia stock, whether they purchase
or not . .. . ,1 J. C. POE.
Sept. 25 i Zm
27JLUID, Oil and Lard L -mps:
. Brittania and Brass Candlesticks; .
. . Superior Steel Snuffers; .
Brittania Castors, Tea Pots and Coffee Pots;
Brittania SPOONS and LADLES; .
Brittania Communion Sets Goblets ant( Cups;
Tinned Iron Spoons aud Ladles;' i
Planished Tin Coffee Urn's and Pots, Tea Pots;
Oyster and Beef Steak Dishes, and Dish Covers;
-." -. Waiters, of all sizes and shapes. ' - -
Fine Scissors; large for. cutting, small for embroid
er ; K tzors and rocltet Knives;
Basket! Baskets! .f
for all pur-poses; '
' COPPEK MILIiS,
?'-' i "'; Iron and Stone Morters; - - ' - ,
Stone Crocks; Tin Ware; '1 -Cedar
Tubs, Pails. Churns and Bowls;
Coun'er Scales, to weigh 4 to 5411 lbs;
Family Scales, to weigh every ounce to 4 lb;
Cocoa Dippers; Hair and , Wire Seives; : .
Taide Mats; Feather Dusters;
Dust Pahs; Curtain Pins; "
' Hand and Tea Bells,'
Music Portfolios; Ladies Work Boxes; Rosewood ;
Toilet Boxes; . v. .
Ladies' Leather Bags, large;) .
White Satin Beads and White Cut Beads, for
. ' fancy work; :-- - .-' -) -
Porte Monaies, entirely of leather a superior articler
3Jlectric Polishing Powder; Boy's Sas; Corkscrews.
'A great -variety of other useful articles, ' loo tedious
to mention. Come und soe for yourselves at the
"(Crockery Store.' w W. N. TI LL 1 N G H AST.
Oct. 2. " . . . - -im -
j f BUTTERBUTTER! ! . .. f
LOT OF ' P RIM E GOSHEN ' , f
For sale by ' - ?. C. Bi COOK. L
. 3t, .
1B TJNAWAY from the. subscribera mnllato
named KM MA FREEMAN. I will sve the
above reward of S10,00 to any one, wfco will, arrest
apq confine her in Cumberland Jail, so that 1 can. get
er - V v JOHN T. WEIGHT. ?
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
--, rom fe Macon "Telegraph: ' H" "
... , A- Statesman's Home..;, ;
AR the traeler passes over the Georgia
Kail Road from Atlanta to 'Augusta, he wilt
observe on thenmmttof a tidsre on the cmtT
skirts of the vlage,ofXrawfordsviHe, atwo
storj wooden house well shaded by grove of
venerable' oaks, and with a lawn in front gently
sloping to the south, planted with no greaii re
gard to order in shrubbery and fruit trees.
The house is without any pretension to mod
ern architectural stylebut is built ' after the
fashion and tit conformity with theinlans of the
Tats ajodc'st mansion, with its novel and at-
tractive SHrronndings. is the tmMYct-
tleman who has occupied no small1 share of
1. , . .i o - -
IttlWl I ttfin I b -Ty- mm U L 1 A C ' " it fl
''". "klc"1"" '"f nueen years. Me
s known to hi.4 immLb rvs..wi. .
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r'AJeck" to his neighbors- and ncqiinhitances
of Taliaferro.connty as "Squire Stephens"
and to the Republic at; large as "Stephens of
Georgia." The name of Alexander II Ste
phens, is a household word in the Eighth Con-
circle 01 menus, ns
Kit. L;fnnl.n..n i - 1 -
..fcrpiicnsi ifgaii iu nrnctlCe law III Ufa W-
fordsville, about the year 1834. and boarded in
ti,. r..;i f ,i, 1 . , ; ' 11
the family of the estimable gentlemen., who re-
sided 111, and owned the house to which we have
uen we nave
sale of f the
referred above. ' At his death, M
whs Kii ins cxecnLiir. ann nr. hip b
.1 -n, , J i , , : . . ;
' .H:, uewi me purcuascr 01 ine nouse .'voices thesa We Knicklv followed bv the rol
and twenty acres of la id adjoining and i has v f ' ? pereuicKij toiiowea oy ine ro
ulM .1 l i. 0 u f "" .ling fire of a platoon of mnsketrj, and then all
i.Hft 1 n, hfVr' U";et?he;- an;T?t" wa?siJent.-ConIdl.at be S?' asked one.
fl .u?? f i'1 WaSiMnr0n-VU-""l InHlel' the reply . It would be
J f JL J 1 1 r"feS rade ." ' just like him.' said a hird. Shortly after, a
tue house, and even now to the front view it iv . . 5 i
,.:. J . i 1 boat contai g two or three men, was seen to.
Ti v i 5 1 T - ",,.,'7lwu ""P?ren
ait.ll lil;llll fnlmniie mirlit rnr.nic iw.lo. i
" rVi VJr V; r:. m-.-fst
airy passage haVe been added to the house,
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' North of tlie jmansioti and on the slope of a
hiM is the Gardpi, Orcliard and Vineyard, asd
if a visitor in the mouth of Angust should tar
ry a day in the qjuiet village near by, and should
gratify a patdonable curiosity by looking over
the place, he, will find a! well selected and choice
variety of fruits peaches, pears, apples, s taw
berries," grapes, &c. TVhile strolling 6ver. the
Garden, if the visitor will cast his ey e North
Eastward, he will see the smoke, curling from
the chimneys of a farm house about two miles
distant and on the highest point of laud iu :the
circuit.of his vision. - ; ', -' - ' ' - ;
This is the treasured spot above all others to
Mr Stephens.- It is bi family, homestead, ' the
place where ba grandfather settled Shortly
after the Revolution the place where his fa -
tlifrr lived and tjliett, and the place upon which .,rr)ubHttiter'est.-i--'.---"''--f' r 11 .'-"-i -
the Statesman was born. A ride of half hour., ; They aid;in giving character and importance
over a broken but beautiful country will bring to the cohufy in which they are published,
you to the farm, and on the right of the rpad ' Theyustiniulate' a taste for reading, and dis
and but a short distance from the farm build-1 seniiuate, ir'the course of one jyear," a vast
ihgs;on the top of a Rill, is the spot where his -aniount of useful information which would not .
Htther lived. The buildings have all been re- reach a portion ot their readers through any
moved, and there are no tra es to the eye of a other channel. 1: H . .-' j
stranger left to mark the spot, but they are ;They are of essential nse in a family in fos
iudelibly impressed upon the memory of Mr . teriug a 'taste for reading among children.
Stephens. Just, under that clump of trees is. Country papers epjoy an advantage in this res-
the spring still flowing pure and free," from pect over papers published at a. distance; be
wljich he drank, near Jbyi&ihe grove of wide-j cause many. of their items are of a local interest
spreading oaks nnder '..whose ? refreshing; and which naturally attracts a child's attention,
friendly shade hewa? accustomed to play and 'i The advertising columns of these papers are
all around are t le hills -overvwhich he clamber- particularly, attractive to this class of readers,
ed when a boy. All these mementoes of youth ; Country! papers, by the ocal information they
are treasured recollect ions with a man whose ' contain, are often the means of drawing new
naine is famous for eloquence, learning and Da-and valuable citizens to the county iu which
tnotism; from the Arostook to the Bio Grande.
And it is refreshing to observe the influences of
home and hearth ' and youthful associations.
a nature and such a lofty in-
tellect to see a!
great man with such affections"
ng and , kindling with tremu- l
lous feeling' over the recollections of earlyhome
and boyhood, in thislutilitarian, practical, nn
romantic age, rnhkes one feel and know that
the "great events withbwhicn old story1 rings"
are not all vain and hollow. " Reader,' pardon
the episode. The farm, at the death of the
father of Mr Stephens, was sold ftnd went into
possession of stranr.ers to . the blood, bat j as
soon as the. young lawyer secured the means he
re-purchased f hd old homstead. The lands have
been in cnltivatou for more than a half century,
but by a judiciotis system of manurins, ditching
and drainnge, many fields which were "turned
tnt as exhansted and worthless,' have : been re-
claimed, and under the improved methods of J
cultivation,: yielded ft retnni for labor almost
equal to virgin soil. About four miles west'of
'Cra-w fordsville, and in full .view of - the Rail
Road may be seen thejvineynrd of Mr Ax, who
has been iso successful in making wine from our
native grape. " I , . ..
The -'.experiments of Mr Ax -with the grape
conclusively demonstrate that Middle Georgia,
in a climate and 'soil, is peculiarly adapted to
the'cultivation of the vine, and that vineyards
may be made a source of revenue to the Geor
gia Planter.' Acting upon this idea, Mr 'Ste
phens has made jan auspicious beginning hia
vinVs at his home and farm place, are,, thrifty,
and promising, and if the seasons are propitious
next year, we shall not be surprised to see and
hear frequent mention made by connoisenrs of
the marvellous fluvor and fruity virtnes of 'Ste
phens' Catawba of the vintage of '59. - So mote
it be. : . j ;:-""-"V'v:'--. : .' ,
We understand thatMr Ax, has a large
snpply of superior wincsJ for "sale.-' The dry
Cotuwha of the vintage of '56 being the; best.
This last having passed muster in Washington
and Savannah, rdaces, where" , to nse t the lan
guage of a friend about another matter, there
are many gocd judges. - ' - ;
The chief charm, however, of the old honse
and its appnrtenitnees agreeable as they are, is
in the host. Lt'a stranger. visit this hospita
ble home see the devotion' of , his servants
the iove and affection of his friends- his simple,
unaffected and ' jeharming mannerslisten to
his words of wisdom, his instructive conversa
tion his agreeable reminiscences of past times
aud the great men wbo fignred-on the stage of
action when he first entered the: political arena
let him learn .from his neighbors, as he surely
will, of his - pro
use charities, his neighnorly
kindness, and he;
will not wonder why ' Alexan
is so ranch loved, revered, and
those who hare known; him
der H. Stephen
loosest and best.
' - - Character cf a rrcnticrr. r .n .
"Some idea of the reckless character
persons who infest our frontiers, may be
red from tlie foUo wing incidents relat
-Vlaj. Einory, TJidted States Arrny, in I
fiort of the TJtiiied States and Ueiican
"One evening,' (saja the Major.)
gentlemen,' among them a retired cZ.eer c
filtiUusters, were ei joying "the- delicious t v
of tlntt litiiate on the bank of the river,
Grande,) bpposlle tlie point' where, was u
posted a picket" guard, detached from a IU
mititary station four miles distant. T1.2
of ten Tien were seen to approach t!. :
dismount, tie thei horses, and streicl.
selves on their blaiikets. some to leep,
to smoke,. but hone particularly to watch.
was ot a jocose vUHrac;er, uiitctt
nau loineu in tne ". aravtisrai revolution. 1
'hud net. fnrlorl u'ifti cnr'Ii cwrnol ndcnntntrpa trk
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' thp lWnlar Meviati trnnncT A
.'pe euiar.Aiexican troops. a
.... K.,hlv t ivl.t I. I !,(,r1 ' h nfTerprl
wager of one hundred dollars 'that he would
cross in a boat and take the gnard, single-handed.
His wager not being accepted he offered
to bet dfinks for ihe.' party. Some persons,
not dreaming "he n as in earnest, indiscreetly
I took the bet.
i .fii. K' 2: .' Jt:t 1
A.- Y t- . ,tX
noiiced, and - the conversation about , other
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...u-. ,'i.. I j i l 1
.heii it was i titer rnpted by the sharp reports of
a revolver, and a yell which reverted from
'Si,orp t0 shore, ffivliig the impression of many
snore to shore, giving tne impression
dart across the r id tnYrent from the shadow
1 r. T . -
r of the high bluffou-.the American side. As it
! approached the oppoiite side, its occupants
noi'wishiiig to violate' the usages of the guard,
called out in Spanish they were friends, going
to see whattwas'the; matter. . 'Matter? II !'
answered a voice in English, 'come here and
help me to drive these mustangs in the yver.'
They found the guard dispersed, and S with
one arm shattered by a musket ball; with the
other he was trying to lead all the ten horses
to the river shore." Winsboro Register.
; Country Papers Their Use.
Country papers aoe of 'much more use
than the people imagine.: j
They aid in directing public attention to
matters in which every citizen of f the i country
Us jmore or less interested.
They contribute, in a variety
of ways, to .
' the formation of public opinion on subiecs of
they are published.
- To the objection we do notnnfrequently hear
urged asrainst the support of country papers
i that Che price charged for them is too high, it
may be replied, that the price at which the pa
per can be Hffoided, -depends mainly upon the
' number of subscribers, t The chief expense
the pijblication of a paper, consists in setting,
ud the matter, oiie: thousand, or even ten thous
and copies can be furnished at a very small ad-
diiion to the cost ovejand above that of com
position, i - i -; ., -' , .
-The TJnacclimated at Kew Okleaxs. The
New"OrIeaiis Delta warns strangers ofthe fa
tal folly of going to that city at present, and
adds: ;;: ,. f' : .' , .j '
With a spirit akin to madness, hundreds of
adventurers have comejo the city within the
last few days . The admissions into the Charity
Hospital are large, and inanjp of the cases late
ly admitted are,. we learn, unac'climated persons
fresh from regions where the atmosphere is pure
audlhealthy Whenever an epidemie occurs .
in XeW Orleans, the idea possesses those abroad
seeking to better their fortunes, or desirous of
obtaining' employment, that there is ar demand
for labor of all kinds, and a rushing' business
can be secured if they nly brave the perils of
the fever, and, in the words of the old saying,
'take time by the forelock." They mistake
tbe beckoning of death for that of Mammon,
in a wild hunt after the almighty dollar. Many
an enterprising and ambitious young man, who
was not content to let iwell enough alope at
home," Qr.d rushed into the midst of an epidem
ic, always riiost fatal " as the season advances,
soon paid the penalty of his. rashness. He
leaped upon the levee from the . deck of the
steamer, vigorous, buoyant, filled with rainbow
visions of the future in a few days he was
cold and rigid, within the precincts of- Cypress
Grove. Many, did we say? Yes,' thousands
have thus voluntarily become ' victims of the
deadliest of our semi-trcpical diseases. ,And
how shutting their eyes to the danger that
threatens them, heedless of warning and the
experience of all acquainted 'with tbe-vmelan-choly
facts we have just stated, again strangers
are coming to the city. " j
A B19TR in the Stage. JJurmga rcceni.
trip of the stage from San Antonio to Indian
obu when about four miles this side of San A n
tonio, lady pasei.ger gave birth to a fine boy,
There were four men passengers in the
the time This eventcaused considerable stir
among the passengers but the driver knew
nothing, of the matter antil the stng stopped
for a change of horses. The mother and the
-Mid are now stopping in onrcity doing rell.
Beat this who can. v tf9 ; w!7 i
C. E. LEETE.
1 Oct. 2. lm
C. R LEETE.