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i volume xx. ;-'ri;:v:;i;;;:; ..
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II i!r JOB WORK of all kinds executed neatly and
promptly. . t ' ' i
f SINCLAIR & PEARCE.
LlUGrVX, NOTICES. -
. ATTORNEY AT LAW) j , '
JTayottpville, INT. O.
ILL practice in the. counties of Bladen, Samp
son and Cumberland. ' Prompt attention given
to all business committed to his charge.!
j - April 2, 1&8. ' ; tf . . j
C? EPARATE PROPOSALS j
W 1 ttUnnnnoalo ifnr 'q w Snnnlioa "
J. A. SPEARS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A TTENDSthe Courts of Cumberland, Ilarnett,
1Z V. Wake and Johnston. i
Address, Tbomqr, Ilarnett Co., N. C.
Feb. 1G. 185G. 85-y
ATT OR E Y AT IiAAV. .
Jaa bc found at the Office formerly occupied
uy ur. uuuam.onjsow oireec.
FAY ETTEt 1 L L E ,
Jane 26, 1858. ; ' tf
iflIlE SUnSCRIDERS having associated themselves
A. together in the practice ot Law, under the name
Sand style of CAMERON & SHAW, will attend the
jCounty and 'Superior Courts of Moore, Montgomery ,
Anson, tvicnmona ami, itoncson. aii nusiness en
'Srusted to tlieth-will receive their prompt at tention1
Address Cameron and iuaw, Attorneys at Law,
"Rockingham. Richmond county, Is . U.
JNO.- W. C.VMEKOX. JNO. L. hUAW.
May 1, lHjg. ly
NAVT DePjUituivt .
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, )
' J March 17, 1859. f ;
ovicu ituu enaorsea
will be received
at this bareau until 9 o'clock, a. mM on Wednesdayj
the 20th day of, April next, fot furnishing and deliver
ing (on receiving ten days' nptice, except for biscuit,
for which, five days' notice shall be given for ievery
twenty thousand pounds required), at the United
States navy yards at ' Charleston, Massachusetts;
Brooklyn, New York ; and Cjosport, Virginia ; such
quantities only of the following articles as may be
required or ordered from the contractors by the chief
of this bureau, or by the respbdting commanding offi
cers of the said navy-yards, lijring the fiscal: year,
ending June 30. I860, viz : j . j y
Biscuit, flour, rice, dried apples, pickles, sugar4 tea,,
cofFee, beans, molasses, vinegafi, and whiskey.
The biscuit shall be made wh'oliy from sweet super
fine Hour, of the manufacture 4f the year 1858 or
1859, but shall in all cases pe manuiacturea irom
flour made of the cron immtdiately preceeding tne
to the samples which are deposited in the said j navy-
yards shall be properly bateu, tnorougniy Kiin-anea,
well packed, and aenvereq iree oi cnarge io iue
United States, in good, sound,; well-dried, bright flour
barrels, with the heads well teecurea,, or m air ana
water tight whiskey or spirit barrels, at the option of
the bureau. i . . .
The flour shall be equal: to the best Richmond and
Baltimore brands, and of thd manufacture of wheat
grown in the year 1858 or, 1859 ; but shall in all cases
be manufactured from pure sound, fresh ground
wheat of the crop immediately preceding the dates of
the requisition for the same i shall be perfectly sweet
and in all respects of the best quality ; and shall be
delivered in good shipping order, free of all; charge
to the United States, in the best new, well seasoned,
sound, bright barrels or hal barrels, as the case may
be the staves and headings to be of red, oak! of the
bestjquality, strong ; and v ell hooped, with lining
hoops around each head, anc equal-in quality' to sam
ple barrel at said navy-yards two halt. barrels to be
considered as a barrel, and not more than one-Sixth
the required quantity to be in half barrels.
The rice shall be of the v( ry best quality, and of
the crop immediately precct "ing the dates of ; the re
quisitions for ,the same. r
The dried apples shall be of the' best quality, and
shall be prepared by sun-drying only, and of the crop
of thes autumn immediately preceding the dates of the
requisitions tor the same ; and snail be delivered in
packages coataininji not more than, . three hundred
count thereof as collateral security, in addition, 1 to
secure its performance, and not in a.nv event to be "
paid until it is in all respects complied with ; eighty
per centum of the amount of all deliveries made will
be paid by the navy agent within thirty days after
biljs, duly authenticated L shall have been presented to
f Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on r; '
plication to the navy agents at Portsmouth, Nev
Hampshire; Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, Norfolk, Pensacola, and at thi j
bureau.- -. j ' ; . 't . y:-
A record, or duplicate of the letter -informing r.
bidden of the ; acceptance of his proposal, will I
deemed a notification thereof within the meaning
the act of 1846, and his bid will be made and accepte 1
in conformity with this understanding. -,i
Every offer made must be accompanied (as direct'
m the act of Congress making appropriations for t
naval service for 1846-?47, approved 10th Augr
1846) by a written guarantee, signed by one or it
resbonslbie persons, to the effect that he or they onil
take that the bidder or bidders will, If his or their t
be accepted, enter into an obligation within fivaa
with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the fer
plies proposed.' The bureau will not be- obligate'
VTE. ar6 noi4 receiving our stock of Spring Goods
: - consisting of a laree assortment of .
THE DISPOSITION -OF THE AGE
: - " '
BEDfO TO FROCUBB . .
Por eign-3VEad.Q Clotliing
J ; A. J. WOODWARD,
IKE - NORTH- CxVROLIXIAX.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Palmerston and Buchanan.
A London correspondent of the Constella"
l-V"" T7TVT A TT A PPTf1 T miTf ATt TtTTT T - Tt XT T I
a - t - w aux oxjjo. i m mil ir i rs i i AiLiiiii. it Liu i aivu -
Ana expect to make such additions to our stock as the ! X . thb measure of ant rKRsoxloR pebsojcs, xxd tion tells of a curious contretempts committed
lowfor rUW w .at' otesrte or Retail hatts theib clothes made to order by oar President on a certain occasion :
. w wr cAsa orjonsnort time to prompt paying ens-1 He is ckokd to do this from the fact that his. r. nnA,nl.n : Tnrn rrlv in
tomers, or exchange-for. conntnr nrodnrl JPpnr, 1 cutteb in New York h too vera iRm to come to 1 " . i Mr Buchanan arrived m .London early m
ioo, ana gave-tue usual noticcaiiuu iu
"Wantlnc naa u i 'rJL 'V - -
o . wuuiu ao wen to ran .nrf
give ns a triaL
; Fayette villa,
irarjicular attention paid to filling
; PEMBERTON & SLOAN.
N.C.March 17. -tf
au.ea L52S.E??:i"i T.Va i "1cideriry-fnost
IUIlV eqaai in qnamj, auu swiuruim u. , . nAan w- .a W 1W . tha MmMtiiiM f 'ihe
guarantee required by 'law : the competency "of the
guarantee to be certified by the navy agent, "district
attorney, or collector of the customs. ' . -
' phe attention of bidders is called, . to the 'samples
and description of articles required, as, in the inspee
tiofi for reception, a just but rigid comparis6noill
be made between the articles offered and -the sample
and contract, receiving none that fall belowthem
and their attention is also particularly directed to
the joint resolution of 21th March, 1854, and to the
actof the 10th August r 1 846. t - v
Mareh 26, 1859. -4t. : '
Bank of Itf or th Carolina.
T)OOKS of subscription to the Capital Stock of the
v-13 Bank of North Garplina will be opened at the;
Office of the Western Railroad Company, onFri-
nay. April 1st, and will be kept open according to the
provisions ot the charter lor the space ot sixty days.;
r i GEORGE McNEIL.1V i
W. McL. McKAY, '
j i JOHN M. ROSE,, !
! Fayettcville, April 2. (tf) Commissioners.
! NEW GOODS? NEW GOODS?? ;
I THE firm of ill. L. MYROVER & Ccj was dissolv
! A ed some time since by the withdrawal of Wm. J.
Alyrover, and since , that .time the business has been
conducted alone by the subscriber. - , '
i ?, - "' !' " : J ,. H.-Ii. MYROYER. "
f ' ; V FURTHER NOTlGtell V -2
.HSJSuLMribr has assctedi7ltlf Mirfintusiness
l.Mr. George W. Wightnian. Thejname of the firm
nereaner will be Myrover Wightman. 1
S H. L. MYROVER.
The pickles shall be put
and each cask shall contain
gallon of peppers, and eigha
cumbers, fifty to the gallon,
each shall weiirh nlty-seven
up in irbn-bound casks,"
one gallon ot onions, one
gallons of medium cu-
and thq. vegetables in
hounds, and they only be
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
F A Y E X Trly I L L E , N . C . ,
OFKICK XKXT DOOtt Tj mi' KOlU-vioX tp STAIUS.-
fl Y7"ILTj practice in tht; Courts of Robeson, Cum
Y -betland, Harnett, and Richmond.
'I' TtT- Prompt attention given to all business entrust
ed to him.
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
j Eiist Side of Gillespie Street,
E.V YETTK VI LLJE , N .
13.' 1858 V :
i Lk...-.- T-i nil tl Viirnms hrsiiieliC'
j S 1 .1'UlllI J . -
ifrs.sion, incliuling tho ' manufacture'
TTN. .TA1IKS DAVTS.l
II V .1 : .1 ...l ....
Towfi of Fnvetteviliiv, rospectfiilly .offers his'servi-
. . . . A . i t "1 .
Cos t the citizens ot .tins place sum surrounuing
T .. . . i t T
VI IllS 11U-
r a'nl careful .inan
nioutli. None but
tho irop;iJ' metals ar made use of in the various
io.iirilTl.llm. I IliLl L'fS lll UH 111' Fl.ll-1 O.L1.-, llicit, lliv
tuMiefUs tf the Pifession may be placed within
tho reach f all who may ftel an interest in the
preservation ot tlie l eotn. 7
tVOmce overilousLtoir.s Jowelry btore, wnere
10 will bo toinitl at all times.
MityL"), 1358 . tf
il'euth, ho is siitisfioti; aftor an extensive exper
nee, to Avhirh is athled a thorougli Dental educr
ion 'that ho call si ontiro satisfaction as far
it is in the power ot' Dentistry.'
f tho Teeth treated in a prope
ler, as woll as diseases of .tho -
15 GEO. IiAXJDER,
Two Doors above G. T. Haigh & Son's Store,
Fayetteville, Xs. C.
Oct. 1, 1858.Iy.
CARRIAGE FACTORY. ;
T EErS constantly on hahl a large assortment of
J.V Vehicles of every description, which are w-ell
mi faithfully made and finished in the lioutest and
if eat k.st styles. Ilia facilities for doing carriage
'ork arc crkateb tha.n axy establishmext South,
J hlch enables him to sell his work on the most favor
ble terms. - ;
I Nov. 13. 1858. " i tf
AMES KYLE IS NOW RECEIVING A
J UL3 41. - r w LS .jQ
ATS, SHOES, BOLTING CLOTHS, fcc.,
dl of which will be offered by Wholesale or Retail
iuw as me same quality can be had in tnis state
March 12. 185D.
Likely Young Negroes Wanted.
fi ENTLEMKX, You that have such property to dis
J poe of will do well to give me a call, or address
tne at I ayetteville-as it is well understood that I pay
exceeding high prices. . J
March 19, 1859.
TORACCQ ! TOBACCO ! '
-TTTTTE K.EEP COSTATLY STORE a good supply
j VV of Tobacco, of Various brands, at Manufactu-
March 25, 1859.
GOLDSTON & FULLER;
j? i , 3mo'a
paid for ; and each cask shajll then be filled with white
wine vinegar of at least 42 legrees of strength, and
equal to French vinegar ; the casks, vegetables and
vinegar, shall conform and je equal in all respects to
the samples deposited in tht above named navy-yards,
and the contractors shall ws ri ant and guaranty that
they 'will keep good and soi nd for at least two years.
The iron hoops on the baifels containing whiskey,
molasses, vinegar, and pick es tq be well painted with
red lead. -
The sugar shall be according to samples at the
said navy-yards, and be dr$ and fit for packing.
Tho tea shall be of good c uality young hyson, equal
to the samples at said navy-y ards, and be delivered in
half and quarter chests only. j ,
The coffee khall be equal to the best Cuba, accord
ing to sarupl?. ' - ;
The beans shall be of .the very best quality white
beaus, and shall be of the. ci op immediately prece ding
the dates of the requisition J or the same, 64 pounds to
be taken as one bushel.
The molasses shall be full equalto the very best
quality of New Orleans mol isses, and shall be deliver
ed in new, well seasoned red oak barrels, with white
pine heads not less than li inch thick ; the' staves not
U'ss than inch thick ; the barrels to be three-quarters
hooped, and, in addition, to have four iron hoops, one
on each bilge, I inch in wii.th and l-llHh-inch thick,
and one on each chime. I5 i ich in width and l-16th
inch thick, and shall be :horoughly coopered and
placed in the best shipping condition.
The vinegar shall be of tl e first quality, equal to
the standard of the United States Pharmacopeia, and
shall contain no other than acetic acid ; and shall be
delivered in barrels similar in all- respects; to those
reduired for molasses, with the excepeion that white
oak staves and heads shall be substituted for red-oak
staves and white-pine heads, and shall be thoroughly
coopered and placed in the lest shipping order.
-The whiskey shall be riade wholly from, grain,
sound and merchantable, and be full first proof accord
ing to the United States custom-house standard, and
shall be double rectified. It shall be delivered in
good, new, soundbright, tl ree-quarters hooped, well
seasoned white oak barrels, with white oak heads, the
heads to be made of three piece heading, and well
painted ; the staves not to e less than -inch thick,
and the heads not less than finch thick; and each
barrel shall be coopered, in addition, with one three
penny iron hoop on each bilge 1J inch in width, and
l-lGth inch thick, and one t iree penny hoop; on each
chime, U inch in width, anc l-16th inch thick, as per
diagram. The whole to be put up in good shipping
order, free of all charge, to he United States.
All the foregoing described articles, embracing
casks, barrelsUalf-barrels. md boxes, shall be" sub
ject to such inspection as th2 chief of this bureau may
direct, the inspecting officer to be appointed by the
Navy Department. All ins actions to be atithe place
of delivery, before bills are signed therefor:! v
The prices of all the foregoing articles to be the
same throughout the year, s nd bidders may ; offer for
one or more articles. .
All the casks, barrels, aid half-barrels, Iboxes or
packages, shall be marked with their contentsand
the contractors name. All . the barrels and halt-
barrels of flour, bread, and pickles, shall have, in ad
dition to the above, the year when manufactured or
put up, marked upon them.
J ae samples reterred to in una advertisement are
those selected for the ensuiq
reference to such as have been previously exhibited
The quantity or these articles which will be re
quired cannot be precisely stated. They will' proba
bly be about
f 1 To be offered for.
; ! JLIME. 1LIME.
fa AYY CftS,ks of LIME just received in good order
ILVU and for sale by i .
March 26. 4t J. UOLLlUSWOUTII.
g fiscal year, and have no
per 100 lbs.
per lb. .
, per gal.
per gal. .
The Quantities of any or ill may be increased or
diminished as the service mhy hereafter require. The
contracts will therefore be knade. not for specific qual
tkies. but for such a uanti ties as the service may re
quire to be delivered at thos e navy-yards respectively.
Contractors not residing it the places where del v
eries are required, must esitablish agencies at such
places, that no delay may irise in furnishing what
may be required : andJwheu a contractor fails prompt
ly to comply with a rcquisi ion, the Chief or tne Bu
reau of Provisions and Clot ling shall be authorized
to direct purchases to be mi de to supply the deficien
cy, under the penalty to be expressed in tae contract ;
the reoord oi a requisition, or a uupnta vuFJ .v.
at the Bureau of PrdvisionsJ and Uiotning, or ateuner
of the navy-yards aforesaid, shall be evidence that
such requisition has been njade and received- .
Separate offers must e maue 101 cayu u..v
srarda : and in case more
than one article is contained in the offer, the Chief 01
the Bareau will have the rifeht to accept one or more1
of the articles contained inlsuch offer, and reject thei
remainder ; and bidders whose pioposals are accepteuj
(and none others) will be forthwith notihed, and as
early as practicable a contract will be transmitted to
mem for execution, which contract must be returneu;
to the bureau within ten days, exclusive off the time
required foij the regulartrajtisraission of the mail. f
. AW.or more approved si reties, in a sum -equal to;
the estimated amount of th s respective contracts, will
be required, and twenty per centum in addition will
ie witnneld from the amouht of all payments ; on ac-
J. C. POE
AS AND WILb RECEIVE in a few days
the largest and most thorough stock of
ever offered to the public by him. In his stock will
be found- and showed with pleasure in part the fol
lowing goods : ; .
Rich Black and Fancy Colored SIliKS ; '
Double Jupe Robes 5 Robe A'Q,uille, Robe.A'Les
in Rerages, Organdie?, Muslins, Sic,
i j KOBE-A-LA-DUCHEESE;
j t ... 'j ROBES VALENTINE;
f0gandies, Ginghams, Lawns and Muslins of all styles
j ! 1 and Qualities' ; " . . .,
A great variety of English, French and American
Prints, Alpaccas, Challies, DebagesBerages,
i j Bombazines, &c. ;
Collars and Sleeves ; also, in sets for Mourning.
Sjsviss and Jaconet Edgings, lnsertings and Bands. -
j j , : A large stock of
oi the latest styles ; together with Misses and Children's
Flat.s ; Head-Dreases, Ribbons, Ruches, Flowers,
Parasols, Fans, Umbrellas, Bonnets &. Hats.
l . v j ; : GREAT .StVCE OF .'"".. . J ' ' f
;Thej above comprises but a small portion of the
stock,' which was selected in Philadelphia and New
York with reference to the Latest Spring Styles, and
will be sold to customers on good terms. I
! ! J. C. POE. ,
March 1 2, 1859.
LJUn FOR SALE.
TQM T. GILMORE, now offers
fj for sale a portion of his swamp lands in the
county of Cumberland, about 14 miles below Fay
etteville, and about 1 miles east of the Cape Fear
River. The entire swamp has been successfully
drained of the large body of water by which it was
heretofore covered. The land is apparently level,
being; "free from ridges (which are so common to
swamp lands generally) whilst there is an abundance
of falj, by which the rain water can be carried off
by ordinary ditches. A small portion of the land
has been in cultivation about 7 years and those
persons who have seen the crops, regard the land
as equal in fertility to any they have seen in this
itate jor else,where. The location is healthy, the
neighborhood good, and the access to Fayetteville
and Wilmington.easy by means of a good road 1
milesjin length leading directly to the river. -Besides
this, it is within 3 miles of a beautiful little village,
upon a high and healthy Bluff, at the river, with a
Store, Ware-house and first rate landing. All which
afford many conveniences to the neighborhood. As
several persons have spoken of purchasing, this is
deemed a proper time to call their attention to the
subjectjjin as much as there is a crop now growing
.upon a small portion of the land, by which , they can
judge of its production. S-Reasonable terms will
be given to the purchaser.
: Sept. 10, 1858. tf . '
i Prepared by Dr. Sanford .
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM - GUMS,
II sONE OF THE BEST Purgative and L,lver
XL 'Medicines now before the public. "
One dose often repeated
is a sure cure for Cholera
Morbus and a preventive
of Cholera. . ' ' i - -
Only . one , bottle is
needed to throw out of
the system the effects of
medicine after a long
sickness. I "
One bottle ; taken for
Jaundice removes all sal
lowness or unnatural col
or from the skin. r
One dose taken a short
time before eating gives
vigor to the appetite and
makes the food digest
well.':-"" :'--:--,k' : -
One dose, oftenrepeat
ed, cures Chronic Diar
rhoea in its worst : form,
while summer and bowel
complaints yield almost
to the first dose. ,
A few bottles will cure
Dropsy by exciting the
absorbents. ' ''''
"We take pleasure in
recommending this med
icine as a preventive for
r ever and Ague, , vnui
Fever, and all Fevers of
a BilliousType. It op
erates with certainty and
thousands are willing to
testify to its Wonderful
virtues. . i ' . . i '
AH who use it are giving their unanimous testimony
in its favor. - - .. . -. '
Mix water in the mouth with the Inviaorator," and t
swallow both tegether. Price One Dollar per bottle.
Dk. Saxfoed, Proprietor, No. 345 Broadway, N. Y.
Retailed by all Druggists. Sold also by ; .
Dr. S.J. U1JSSIAL.K,
Dr. J. N. SMITH,
- Fayetteville, N. C.
jejirch 26, 1868. lj -
These Gums remove
all morbid or bad matter
from the System, supply
ing in their place a heal
thy flow of bile, invigo
rating the stomach, caus
ing food to digest well,
Purifying the Blood,
giving tone and health
to the whole machinery,
removing the cause of
the klisease -effecting a
BUIious attacks are
cured, and, what is bet
ter,! prevented by the
occasional; use of the
Livpr Invigerator. ;
One dose after eating
is Sufficient to relieve
the btomach and prevent
the Ifood from rising and
i One dosetaken before
retiring prevents night-;
Only one dose taken
at night loosens the bow
els j gently, and cures
One dose taken after
each meal will cure dys
Qne dose of two tea
spobnsful will always re
lieve Sutk Headache
Only one dose immedi
ately relieves colic while
March 11, 1859. I
Observer & Preabyterlan-copy 6 times.
- - - . . . i . - -
TBS Ail tW SrB7
.' ' -or - - .
FROM THE NORTH
iof Goods in his line, con-
$169 : Gold Chains of all
Pins Ear-Rings and Brace
Lockets : k inger-Kings :
with a large Stock
sisting of Waches of all kinds and prices, from. $8 to
kinds and prices ; Breast
ets. a large! stock; Gold
Gold Pens and Pencils:
Silver Spoons pf all kinds: a fine lot of j Silver Cups,
Plated Castors and Candle Sticks, Cake Baskets ;
Clocks. Military Goods and everything usually kept
in a Jewelry Sjtore. which! he is prepared to sell on
reasonable terihs. His frierids and the public are invi
ted to call andj examine. 5 ;
March 12, 1859. -3m
TO SORTSMJEN !A:NI
I- HAVE a large lot of Double and Single Barrel
'Shot Guns, pouble and Single Barrel Rifles. Pis
tols of all makers sporting implements bf every kind
at New York priees. Jobbing of all kinds in the
Gunsmith line ipromjHly attended to by i
Nov. 27, 1858. ' -6m ! M. A. BAKER,
BOOTS AND SHOES. ;
WE are receiving a large stock of iBocts. Shoes
and Gatters, embracing every variety of style
and quality, siiitable for- ; !
SPRING & SUMMER WEAR
- The stock was selected with care from the best man
ufactories with! reference to: style and durability, which
we offer cheap Tor cash or to prompt paying customers.
' ; - -1! ' ALSO h 'I
j! . f I i
Trunks, Oak aid Hemlock Sole Leather. Calf, Goat,
Lining and Binding Skits, with a general assortment
of Shoe Findings. j S. T.HAWLEY & SON..
March 19. ! 1 i -lm
.. t . : ! i ' .
MORE iTEW GOODS ! !
I AM JUST RECEIVING MY SPRING STOCK OF GOODS
in my line. IThey were selected in the Northern Cities by
-v. myself, with 'great cre. and bought on the most reasonable
terms, by which I am enabled to offer the largest stock I ever be
fore offered to the publici and to offer them generally
AT GREATLY REDU CED PRICES.
RAISONS, FIGS. PRUNES, APTLES, LEMONS, ORANGES.
CHERRIES, CURRANTS, &c;
PICKLES, kJELLIESi AND PRESERVES,
, ' i A GREAT VARIETY ; I
PERFUMERIES AND EXTRACTS OF VARIOUS KINDS ;
j Fancy Soaps ajnd Pomades ; i
FIDDLES, DRUMS. FIFES, FLUTES, BANJOS, GUITARS, Sec.
1 r&lking Canes of every kind ;'
'BASKET AND WILLOW WARE ;
Hobby Horses, &c; i
NUTS; FINE AND COMMON CANDIES; SARDINES:
FINE CIGARS; SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO :
CRACKERSi; FINE POCKET KNIVES; A' LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF PORT-MONAIES, SOME
VERY NICE; FANCY ENVELOPES. AND ,
FANCY GOODS. TOYS AND YANKEE
. NOTIONS ; AN ASSORTMENT OF
INDIA RUBBER GOODS. WHIPS,
! COMBS. FISHING TACKLE.
The pnblic are respectfully invited to call and examine myj
l naive a great many nanasome inings mai cannot uu
f .1 JAMES Tl LEE.
-tf : f - Hotel Building.
April 2, 1859.
j ! !
ON tho 23rd ult., from the employ
of Alvan 13. Jones, of Harnett
County, two Negro Girls, named Mar
garet and: Eliza, purchased s by me
from said Jones and others. Marga
ret is a dark Mulatto, about 15 years
of aere, medium size, handsome figure,
hair rather straight and long, thin " vi$age and some
what down look. Eliza 4 of same complexion, abont
13 years bf age, not well grown, and: -resembles the
other, who is her sister, lit is probable that they may
attempt to pass as free, or place themselves under the
care of some person, w;ith the hope jof escaping to
some placs where they may live in idleness.
A reward of TJ3N DOIL.ARS each, will be paid
for their apprehension and delivery to me, if arrested
in this or Harnett County, by any one not suspected
cf having induced them to runaway, or for their con
finement in the jail of any other county in this State,
or FlFTY DOLLARS each, if caught out of the
State, and confined in any Jail, eo that I can get them.
- u , D. McDIARMLD.
Cumberland" County, N. C, March 26, 1859.- -4t
- . NOTICE i
TO TURPEXTIXE DISTILLERS ASD OTHERS.
I AM fully prepared; to make or repair TURPEN
TINE STILLS ; WHISKEY STILLS, or do any
kind of Sheet Iron work, at the lowest prices..
Uall and see for yourselves at
M. A. BAKER'S.
-TTtT" MACINTYRE is receiving a general assort
T Y ment of Imported and Domestic
- UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS,
BONNETS, HATS 4- BLOOMERS,
SHOES BOOTS GIAITER S,
I Bryse's Cast Steel Raxing and limber Axes,
Turpentine Hacks, Scrapers anil Dippers,
Cast steel Weeding Hoes, a lkrge lot
, of ITable Cutlery. Knivep and :
' . ; Fot&s, 'POCKET Knites, : V
'. '-; .4-y-'.' Scissors i :'
FINE IMPERIAL TEA, '
Loaf Sugar, Spices, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, &c'&c.
New Orleans Molasses and Pure Syrrup ; an assortment
of Ridiner and Driving Whins, from the American
Manufacturing Co. .of Whips. Purchasers of these
TTT1 ' 1. . . l . . . J 1 ma 4 a 5 n
TBips wui tave lime ana mouey uuu iw buxc iu r u
front. ' -. 1 i . -
, Fayetteville, March 25 th. tf. ' -
riITL and State, just printed and for sale at the
m j- P. n t-vt a vr
Feh'yl9 , tf-
FATErriEVit.TJ5- ivn mcf"trjR ttit vtpbvsk vKr?KssiiiTT.v"
attesdixo scch a jotRXET wouu be an additioxai. British firovernment. A fter having tisi ted Lord
tariff upon thb oooDs which snoifXD bk MAPB. - - j Aberdeen fthe Prime Minister) and Clarendon
r tmatmmx abb reputed to BB rHBBBST FASHiONAEli .. ( thRiTiirn RecTetKTV , hernllpd nnon T.crJ
CUTTERS IN THE WOR1J). AKD IN ONE OF HIS HOUSES IN . . . J ' f , fi x
New Yokjc he has a French cctter whose work he i aimerston, wno was men none Dcercrv,
wiix warrant. . - i and was received, of conrse, with the ntnrost;
Persons dbstrito a ooon scrr of clothes wnx do Doliteness and resDect. Palmerston. it is known-
weu. to call at Woodward's. Adams Co's Express u r ,
HAVING LOWERED THE FARE, HE WILL SUPPLY COATS, MATE 1 7 t, A 1 fnrL l C
of this bkst QuiuTT of cith. i nH nB , whom he had been attached before her first
a price not exceeding TWENTT-FTVE dollars. Shouj marriage. A great deal of scan. mag. was cir-
THE CLOTHING NOT BK SATISFACTORY tTOX TUim ARRrVAL;
jto ciiAuuByriLLr jiacu. . ,.
llats, Caps, Boots 'and Shoes 1
r. 4 :
Spring & Summer Stock
J. C THOMSON
INVITES THE ATTENTION OfThIS FRIENDS
and the public generally to his large and com
plete assortment of j j '
Hats, Caps) Boots and Shoes.
Persons wanting goods in his line are invited to give
him a call before purchasing elsewhere. His large
and varied assortment assures him that he can plejase
them in all respects. He offers his goods at low prices
for cash, or-to prompt paying customers. He has also
a good supply of travelling and packing TRUNKS
cheap.' J. C THOMPSON,
April 9. (4w) . Market Square.
w-J V3 . -- - -
Hungarian & Honey Blade Grass Seed!
WE have this day received a lot of the Hungarian
Grass seed for sale. We. are , the regular au4
thorized agents for Cumberland, lliobeson. Richmond,
Moore, and Chatham counties. Those who have en
gaged are requested to call.and get their several quan
tities as soon as convenient. Those who wish to ob
tain some of the seed had better call soon, as the sup-,'
ply which we shall be able to furnish this season will
be limited. Explanatory pamphlets distributed gratisj
i - I J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
At the old Stand bf E. W. Wilkins & Co
April 9. 4w
Town papers copy 4 weeks. J '
R AN AWAY on'Monday night the 8th instani, my
Negro man PETER. He is a fine carpenter, and will
no doubt pass for a free man. He is very intelligent
full six feet high, bright complexion, rather slender
built, goodV teeth in front, and tine conntenance, but
if frightened will indicate it in the eye had full face
of whiskers and bushy head of hair, rather straight
and black dresses well ire black clothing wore an
old cloth cap when he left lie is free to talk and
well calculated to deceive! He will probably change
his name, as I believe his aim is to be free. ' .
j He may endeavor to escape with waggoners or with
some white man. The above reward will be-paid on
his delivery . .
; james h. McQueen.
Robeson county, NC, March 15. f -tf
tiulated in the London r'vclzf as to
the occasion of ilr Buchanan's introdnction,
after the usual salutations, Palmerston said :
" Fray accompany me into the next room, whero
j we shall find my Lady Palmerston and some of
the family. We ure all going to a graud flow
er show at Chiswick ; they have coaxed mo
into giving. them an impromptu luncheon hero
in my official residence, where, by the way, I
do not reside, and we shall be very glad if you
will jjoin our party, without ceremony, and
afterwards .accompany us to Chiswick. Lady
Palmerston will have the honor of calling upon
your charming niece, Miss Lane, in the course
of .to-morrow, and we hope to sec a great deal
of you both at Cambridge House.".
So saying, Palmerston drew back the folding
doors, and there, iu the next room, was a merry
party, making glad over a luncheon. Mr Bu
chanan was intr6duced to Lady Palmerston,
who said with a smile, "These are ray children,
Mr Buchanan. This," pointing to the present;
Earl j Cowper, " this is my eldest, sou." Mr
Euphanan smiled, bowed, glanced from Lord
Cbjvper to Lord Palmerston always remem
ber! hat Buchanan had never heard of lhu
particular scandal in the case ; never knew that
Lady P. had been Lady C; never heard that
the Lady married Palmerston after she was
fifty. But glancing from Cowper to Palmer
ston, and wishing to be- complimentary, ho
said; " Indeed, my lady, I should have recog
nized this gentlemen, even in the street, as Lord
Palmerston's son from the strong family resem
blance F Mr Buchanan was told how the caso
really was after his blunder."
r I HE undersigned lost a Bond in the Town of Loim-
JL ber ton during Superior Court : week, or on his
way home therefrom, of $250 on Alexander Shaw and
Dauiel Shaw, made, payable to him or order, dated
sometime in April.: 1S57, and written one dav after
date. &c. This is to warn all persons from tradinjr
for said bond, and also to warn saidj Alexander Shaw
aud Daniel Shaw from paying it to any person but
the subscriber. Any person finding said bond and re
turning it to me will be liberally rewarded.
JAMES C. DAVIS.
; April 3. ... - ' j 1 3t -x -
T. WADDH.L, PROPRIETOR.
A il'V nn HIS, the most commodious .Hotel
rgVefav X in-North Carolina; fronting 300
flbyiil3- feet on Hay and Donaldson streets, is
located in the centre of the business
portion of the town, and surrounded by all the bank
ing houses, wholesale merchants and principal pro
Business men will find the notel a convenient
and comfortable house. : . .
All the Stages arrive and depart from this Hotel.
Fayetteville, April 2, 1859.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF PLEAS Sf QUARTER ESSIOJS,
. , ! MARCH TERM, I 8 & 9. .
Malcom Mclnnis, Administrator of Gilbert Mclnnis.
j j i versus 1 . i
Thorpas Mclnnis, Neill McLean, .Duncan A. McLean,
John Harrington and wife Jeanette, Allen J. Cameron
and wife Catherine, and heirs at Law of Duncan
PETITION TO SELL LAND..
IN this case it appears to the satisfaction of the Court
that the Defendants heirs at Law of Duncan Mc
lnnis, dee'd are non-residents of the State :it is,
therefore, oidered that publication-be made in the
North Carolinian, a weekly newspaper published in
the town of Fayetteville, for six successive weeks, noti
fying the said Defendants to be and appear before the
Justices of our said Gourt to be held for said County,
at the Court House in Toomer, on the Second Monday
in June, then and there to show cause why the land
described In the Petition should not be sold to satisfy
the Petitioner's demand.
Witkess, Benjamin F. Shaw, Clerk of our said Conrt
at Office, the second Monday of March, A-. D. 1859.
BENJAMIN F. SHAW, Clerk.
April 2, 18j9. Cw price of advr. $4 95 ;
THEY HAVE C02VEZL
MULLETS in oak barrels ; .
Lard in Kegs, H
Baltimore City cured Hams ; ' -
New Orleans clarified and crushed Sugar ;
A lot of Garden Tools expected, next week.
for sale low for Cash, at ' . -
' J. II. ROBERTS & GO'S.
Store opposite C. T. Haigh fc Sons.
; April 2. 1859. -tf
I HAVE Associated with me, in this line, Mr John
K. D alley, and will style the firm pRRELL. &
DAILEY. ' I ,',n
We have purchased the Steamer Sotttherkeb and. Mi
a few days, will have a New Flat employed with her.
Those favoring us. with their patronage may rely
npoT prompt despatch, by applying to Mr. Dailey on
board, or to me at mv Office. : . - I
R. M. ORRELL
March 26, 1859.
1 Fresh Arrival. 7
r-7 KriBBTiS.IIGRRING,newand in splendid order,
.( O 50 Bales Hay, and 65 Bales Rice Straw,
Forale for cash at lowpricea
J. H.. ROBERTS & CO.
ILL HEADS neatly printed, one, two, and three
half Khfiet rulea ior ine purpose, trive us
1 call at the
.The following Dream respecting the Ilct
practice we clip from an exchange:
Dr B, is an 'advocate of blisters, for any
and all affections of the spinal column, alias
the backbone. So intent is his mind ou tho
subject, that at night he dreams of it. Tho
other night, after retiring late, leaving a can
dle close to his bed, he dreamed that he was
sick, that a physician was called in, and that
tjie first thing was the application of a most
blistering, blister, to Dr. B's back. The draw
nig anil burning began, and'increased to inten
sity and-intolerable pain. Dr. B. asked his
brother doctor to remove it but he refused,
saying; that the blister must do its perfect work.
Ph. D, could endure it no longer, and raised
himself inithe bed seeking relief The-exertion
in 'raising, and the torture of the blister on Li
back,: awoke him. Th'e first thing that caught
his eye was the clothes on fire at the foot of
the bed.. -He reached behind him to pull his
shirt down over the blister, but the appur
tenance to that garment was gone, the fire had
burnt it off to the neck. Dr. B. extinguished
the - fixe in the bed, but the fire in the blister
continued to burn, and did not vanish with his
! The Revolution in Chili Sho cling
;- j Outrages.
c !A correspondent of the Philadelphia Penn
sylvania!!, writing from .Valparaiso, gives somo
interesting particulars of the progress of the
revolutionary outbreak in Chili. On the 3rd of
January, a battle was fought at Conception, re
sulting in the success of the Government troops,
alter about 4Ul had been killeu aud wounded on
both sides. Two other battles subsequently
took place, intone of which (at San Felippe)
600 were killed and wounded. Uf this engage
ment the writer remarks :
It is said that the officer in command of tho
government troops, in order to excite his men,
stated to them that if victorious, they would
be granted three hours to pluuder and to do jnst
as they pleased with persons and things within,
their reach. As soon as the enemy were driven
from the city the, work of plunder and outrago
Commenced. All the business houses, stores
uiid private residences were forcibly entered
Ixnd robbed, j Kot only were the dwellings of
respectable citizens robbed and -damaged, bnt
the female inmates. were insulted, and in sciro
instances were brutally outraged. The nunnery
doors were forced open, and deeds of the ncst
revolting and disgraceful character perpetrated.
At tbe city of Caldero, a 32 pound shot,
fired from a Government War Steamer, passed
through the house ot tho United States vice
consol, greatly damaging the house and furni
ture. Petersburg Enpress.
From the Cincinnati Eaqnirer.
UDon a another page will be iound a
xrestion that the statue of Daniel Webster, re-
cently sent to lioston oy uiiram rowers, " do
placed with his face to the South and his back
toward the Commonwealth, to represent tbe
attitude he stood in at the-close of his life."
We think a valuable amendment to this propo
sition would be to place the figure of the great
man of Alarshfieldjn a situation where he could
be pointing to the door of Faneuil Hall, whero
he was refused the liberty to speak ; and, full,
in front of him, two stone monsters, barring his
way- Bigotry and Disunion. A gentleman in
one of Le Sage's novels had one suit cf livery
for all the servants that came, long men or
short, fat men or lean into that livery they
must co. - .
There was! a very narrow and scanty amount
of cloth in a 1 pattern for a Massachusetts man.
Daniel Webster outgrew their measure when
he took the measure of the Union, and finding
now that their contracted eloth cannot eTcn
make a shroud for his skeleton, they vent their
spleen against his marble statue. It h? amus
ing tosee these sheep butting agaiust that im
peribsablepillar of a nations pride. We think;
most of them most belong naturally, to tho
Ma rllchtad race. a j"