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A Moving Girl in a Pet.
VelT. i i him go. or b t him stay !
"T ilo not mean to lie!
I tjnes that he'll lintl that I fan live
'Without him- if I try !
He thought to tighten me with frowns,
So terrible and btank
He'll stay awav a thousand years
Uefore I ask him back !
He said that I bad acted wrong,
And foolishly beside ;
I won't forcive him after that
I would' kit, if Idbd!
If I was wrong, what right had he
To be so cross w ith me ?
I know I'm not an angel quite
I don't pretend to be.
lie had another sweetheart once,
And now whet, we full out.
He alwavs gays she was not cros,
And that she did'ut pout.
It is enough to vex a saint !
It's more than I can bearji
I wish that girl of his w as
Well, I don't care where I
He think that she was pretty, too
Was beautiful as good ;
I wonder if she'd get him bock
Again, now, if .the could ?
T know she would ,and there she is
She lives almost in sight.
And now HV nfter nine o'clock
Perhaps he's there to-night !
I'd almost write to him to come
But then I've said I wont !
I do not cure so much but ske
Shan't have him, if I don't!
Besides-. I know that I was -w rong,
And he was in the right ;
I guess I'll teli him eo ; and then
wish he'd come to-night .'
The Young Widow.
BY ROBERT JOPSEI.YN.
She's modest, but not bashful,
Free and easy, but not bold,
Like tin apple, ripe and mellew.
Not too young and not too eld ;
Half inviting, half repulsive,
Now advancing, now shy ;
There is mischief in her dimple,
There is danger in her eye,
She has studied human nature;
She has schooled in all her arts ;
She has taken her diploma
As the mistress of all hearts ;
She can tell the very moment
When to sigh and when to smile 5
O. a miid is sometimes charming,
But a widow all the while.
Are yon sad ? how very curious.
Will her handsome face besome ;
Are yiu ant. ry ? she is wretebud.
Lonely, friendless, tearful, dumb;
Are y..u mirthful how her laughter,
.Silver-sounding will ring out ;
She can lure, and catch, and play you.
As anglers Uo the trout.
Ye old bachelors of forty,
Who have grown so bald and wise,
Young Americans of twenty,
'rt'ith love-looks in your eyes j
You may practice all the lessons
Taught by Cupid since the fall,
But I kno?- a little widow
Who could win and fool vou all.
Xiager Beer. Sometime nsro, 'ne rend an
article in one of the leading; New York papers
on the subject of Lairer Beer drinking ; one of
the effects of which was stated to be an enlarpr
ment, swelling or bloating of the neck and face.
This effect we think must have been noticed in
this city, in the case of some of the free drink
ers of this best bever,ire. 3f the followinir state
ment is correct abil judging from the liigS an
ihority whence it emanates we jiFesuate that it
is it is no wonder that our Lager Beer drink
ers swell up :
L age it Beer Adt-i.terations. TTnnt's Mer
c-liu nt's M agizine enumerates no less than thirty
tig-lit substances which ae employed to give
poti-t'ey, flavor, consistence, and other desirable
qualities to this detestable form of grog.
Among them are chalk, marble dust, opium, to
bacco, henbane, oil of vitriol, copperas, aiura,
strychine, and other deadly drugs.
Of all the agonies in life, that which is the
most poignant and harrowing that whie! 5or
the time annihilates reason, and leaves our
whole organization one lacerated, mangled
heart is the conviction that we have been
deceived where we placed all the trust of love.
Ihilucr Lyllon.
House Khud r.v a Swarm of Bef.s, On Mon
day last a horse belonging to Mr. Geo. Sj&ijhv of
MiddienVld. Mass., was attached by a swarm of
bees. Tlhe heos were driven off but the horse ap
peared in intolerable pain, and entirely insensible
to sum 'funding objects. His groans could be fiearei
a quarter of a mile off. He lived in this condition
tur five hours, when he died..
" You would be very pretty indeed" said a
gentleman, patronizingly, to a young lady, "if
your eyes were only a little larger."
" My eyes may he vtry small sir bat ss-eh-peopie
as you don't fill them."
A Good Companion A young man step
ped into a bookstore and said he wanted to get
ii "Young man's Companion."
" Well, sir, said the bookseller, "here's my
youngest daughter."-
Never pay a printer when he first presents
Lis bill to you, for such an unexpected phe
nomenon might cause a rash, of oJoo-l ta the
head, and throw him into S's.
Buttermilk. Pie. Three pints of buttermilk,
two eggs, four table spoonfnlls of sugar, a tea
ispoonful of flour stirred into milk, and half a
nutmeg. Stir well together, and bake like a
custard pie.
Steamboat Burnetx The steamboat Gladia
tor was partially burnt on Saturday night, in the
Christiana, pel,, a short distance below the wharf
f Harlan. Hbiltinjrswortb iSc Co.. to -.."r?fc
longed. Her machinery had previously been ta
ken out, so that the loss is not heavy.
Servkd Him Rioht. A man named Fisher was
tied to a post and publicly horsewhipped in the
streets of Chnumoiit, N. Y., on Saturday evening
last, for maltreating and abusing his wife.
Several vessels bavo recently arrived at Liver
pool direct from Cleveland and other lake ports
ireigtiteu with, western produce.
People turn tip their ncses at this world, as
if they were in the habit of keeping company
with a better one.
There is a boy residing in Albany, N. Y. who
xs but 17 years old, aud has a wife syid two chil
dren. "Why does a sailor know there is a man imthe
tnoon ? Because he has been to sea.
Resigned. Lieut. John AleCulIom has re
; pigned Ids commission as an officer io the
United States Jv'avy.
Mortal things fade ; immortal things spring
tmore freshly with every step to the tomb.
tindness is the golden chain by which socie
ty is bound together.
The pen, in the hand that knows how to use
it, is the most powerful weapon in the world.
iHe who rums spy for pleasure, wouldn' hesi
tale to be hangman for business.
Let your wit fce your friend, yonrmind your
companion, and jour tongue your servant.
A thimble of powder will split a rock four
feel square.
i 0,w0 (i .Negroes
U, mo-.) Xe-roes
1 ) ii'i Negroes
,.iwd Yearly.
Saved Yearly.
Saved Yearly.
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Planters Take Notice,
Jacob's Cordial
Jacob's Cordial
Jacob's Cordial
Is The Only Sure
Is The Oidv Sure
Is The Only Sure
And Positive Remedy
And Positive Remedy
And Positive Remedy
Before The People
Before The People
Before The People
In Dysentery,
In Dj-sentery,
In Dysenterv,
Diarrhoea,
Diarrhoea,
Diarrhoea,
Colic,
Colic,
Colic,
3hol'3ia Morbus,
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Cholera Morbus,
( Iiolera Morbus,
Cholera Infantum,
Cholera Infantum,
Cholera Infantum,
Flux.
Flux.
Flux.
It Never Fails.
It Xever Fails.
It Never Fails,
ALSO,
ALSO,
ALSO,
A d in i r a b 1 y Ad a p t e d
Admirably Ada pted
Admirably Adapted
To Diseases of lemales,
To Diseases of Females,
To Diseases of Females,
Especially
Especially
Especially
To That Train of Ills
To That Train of Ills
To That Train of Ills
Whose
Whose
Whose
Monthly
Monthly
Monthly
Recurrences
Recurrences
Recurrences
Cause So Much
Cause So Much
Cause So Much
Suffering.
Suifering.
Suffering.
It Gives
It Gives
It Gives
Immediate Relief.
Immediate Relief.
Immediate Relief.
Price $1.
Price 1,
Price $1.
W. V. BI.T'S' A ro.. Proprietors.
3'i3 Hronrtway, Sfev Vcxk.
For s'th' in FnitetfwilTr by
S. J. HINSDALE,
Aug. 1. l'85ft.
OB WORK NEATLY EXECUTED AT
1 THIS OFFICE.
Bits Lyi4pette Kftcty
MtiV lyMM-t; K.-inljr
Hti-W ly h ptie ltetauy
tiAM' lii'iMHt H.-ntt-cty
HA y Uysp- l Kiitty
lysp-;tiv lUnitily
iiH lysiJt-i 1c Iteint-rty
llaa the Ljur k1 Sale
lm lite liwf.nt. sale
Hi llr l.artst Sale
tlau tlie I a ryes t Sule
ttie IJnis;'st Sni
Uas tiie Lnrtt Sale
Of rny Hlli-liie In tlie World
Of ntiy .tt .lli - ii tiie Woi-ld.
(?.. M-!U ltto it the World.
iff any If'Uinc in te World,
nny M"lIne In tli- WorM.
Att nny In- Li t lie World.
1H iy M-lIc-tie in CI World,
t my M-.ii' l t in lh WtrJd,
f any EfJ2 1m In tin- World.
iJt taiy Meiitritic In I ii Wuilil
IU(t"l)0 Pafka'n
i.),OiM I'i ii.
li) l.iH-'O l'acHi;v
lOO.OUO lni-kai;t-
KH1 Olftl Pai .
lOO.iKtO Pnikut;4
l(rt.0(XA Pnkat-a
Sold In fieorjjltt ni.d boutliCiiroIlna
Sld Iti :oi';ia ntid outhCnriUna
Sold In toila and SoalliCMrollna.
ftold In J-rs;ia nnd S-siitliCaioliita.
$oI In Cii-oi t;iA and Smlltl. nrolliia
6l4l ! (turlii nnd out3i ftrolliia
oltl In oil unit jntli aiollim
Siil In ;t.oiia and SuuiIiCuioUiia
Sold In iri;i and ouUiCaiollua
oKl Lit Ciioiia and SouthCaioUn
In Funrffen Montli.
1 1 Pouitteii UTonlH-.
In Fomlren ,
In F.Miitfeu Motitli.3
I41 Fiiurlefit Montlu (
In I onrtrrn Moid ISA.
4n Fouvtt Dlontli ,
In l oartrtt ?4oili-V.
1o loiirteti Mon-ttv
In l-'ow vt - lon&ti
It 1-4 Wnrranted to t-are
ll I t ariHufiil to Cm
t t Wnrraiilil to lUtre
It h Warianlnl to t in
It I-t m ranted t ( lire
It l Warranted to Cure
ll Is Wark-antl lo t lire
ll is Wairantrd to Cure
ll I VniT;uitri to Core
It Is WairimUd to Core
if Dimlloni are FoHowpd,
II iMr-i-ltii4 arc Kollowctl,
ll rr IIoit are Folioved
If Dim-lVmiK air FoilQwrd,
St r-ltnd arc Followwl,
ll lllrrrlioits are Followed,
If DiiH tintisbre Kollowtd.
If lirtrrli.ii are l'olloW4lt
11 Dirt ctliiiiN are Kol lowed.
If Iii t c lions mix followed
Any ( ast- of l ft-V4ia.
Any Case of lysiesli
Any se of lJyjpei.-ia
Any t'ae f ly -jMp--ia.
Any Case of !-! m
A!' e ol l MMsia
Aj.j ( an- of l)j!l
Ai; h- oJ lsnepxla
Aiy 'mm- oi ly-Ml.t
AitV v u.s- nt Dyspepsia.
1j4 tr IIe:w,
f A i 1)Ihb.
I.ivt r ia',
1 .1 v r Ili-Ke,
l.lver
l.frr I)UniM
I i rtr I 'l- np,
X'ler IJseisc
inlicefc
Oii'liee.
ti.niire,
oiiiiee.
mil timilt ek
.Jinti'ii'e,
.j(i:i'liec,
-1 aiiiit!ee,
Oc-ner:il ti hUltr
C it if 1 u-i:iiy
. id' ol'l y,
.,..;-.! IP, 11 ity,
.i::e.l Iit:iiy,
t :: i hI if iMtlty,
C.eti-iiit t ii;ti
(.inurl Urolii
t;k.4-.al l.iiilty&
.t ntitil 1, :iU(y,
FnZptlutl.ui,
5'n ! I'll . tan,
Prtlj-rtnll'Mi,
Hnli,iaiMn
fal liatlon(
I'nlillnllon,
Cltrnnic Ilirr liora,
Chroiiiv liarrhi!, ,
Clironle Dlarrhira,
tlirlc Dinrrliwa,
Hrontc Ihnrrhva,
Clironlc lii iti'lio?n t
hroitic liai lio-a,
lironie linrrlio-a
CUrottic liurrSiUL'a,
;icf f Iness.
-id1Inev-v
.lMli:esri, -CklodinexA,
t- iildine3u
4-tt (tutu,
-id(llti-sr
OItUlii(rM)(
DrprMd Splilts,
l-ir3c9-d spirits,
f-prc.-ed Splriln.
1 e reused N p 1 1" i t
I-prt-jjied Spli its.
I preM.st.-d J pi r 1 ,
Ifn!M(l Spirit,
I e ire s?. d S l rl tm
UrprcMed Spirits,
Toisa of Appetite,
1 of Apfwtite,
f.llfiN of ApM-tIte,
lo4 of Appetite,
Ios9 of Appetite,
Kos of ApM'tife.
Ios of ApteiKe
Loss of Appetite.
l.o of Appetite,
Jos of Appetite.
Piiln 1: Sl-Je and Rneh,
Snli it- and ltndc,
in Iti Slt and ita:l,
l:ili Vi SHI atiff I ok,
I'nln l.i !)- aod liea,
I aiti In M. mid IJaelc,
I'aln in Side and I!:m U,
In Side, and Unrk,
I'alti In Sitle antl Hark,
I'nin In Side and Umk,
It V KsfM-eVally Aonpterf Co
It Iti r'.KH-lal!y Atnptel to
It Is Hspeelaily Adapted to
It in Kkpeelally Adapted to
It Is fipec tally Adaptel to
It Is Kteelally Adapted to
If Is KMrlally Adapterl to
If Ik KsjKClally A'LPe to
It Is F-sp tally Arfapttd to
Jit Im ICiipeclaily Adapted to
FVmtsSe Complaint;
Fi male Complaints;
K'einale Complaints;
f'nnalr CoinplMlnts;
1'eitiale Citinpli In t ;
Kemale Complnluts ;
Kemale Comu alnt ;
FVmgl i OAiplalnts ;
F male Coiiiplulnts ;
Ke in ale CoBiplulnt ;
It Pi'fKlurr Rotundity of 4 onn
If Prnlu e Itotntidtly of F'oritt
It I't-ottuees Haiumllty ot f'or m
it Sf iL:i .otntitiy o t Tom
li l-rMfoeeM Ktt nudity ot Konn
It PriKtiui'M ICniundity of Puriti
ll ProiiK-'fi Kotuitdily of Foriu
It PriMlnces Ittt iitnUy of Koritt
It Irifin -s I'otuitdity f Form
It Prudum K.ot uttdlty of Foi iu
In K iles of a Thin and. Spare Habit
In Ke Turtle of a 'I'lilit ami Siare lf allt
In Keinnles of a 'I'Hln and -pare Ilalilt
In Keioaiesot a Tliln and Spare Ilanit
In KVinnles of a Tln and Spit re Ilallt
In Keitiil-s of a 'I'll in and Spare Hflltit
In Kemnlcs o" a Thin and Sptsre llut.lt
In iiihI m of -a '1'liln and Spare Ilnlit
In FVmnlts if a Tlilti nnd Spnrtr fin lilt
In Fcmalvi of a 1 liln and Spare llaltlt
Kvery Invnllrt Should
Kviry,livni. Slioo tt
Every lnlhl Slionld
Kverjr rnvall I Slionld
Kvery Invalid Stiouhl
Kvery Invalid Should
Kvery Invalid Sliould
Kvery InvalM Slionld
Kvery Invalid Should
T. y One
Tit One
Try One
TO One
Try One
Try One
Try One
Try One
Try Oxie
Pnrh a;e.
Pnekaie.
fueWa4ffc.
faelH;e.
PncfeaK,
Ia jkae.
P.nkac.
Prknke
Package.
Pend a Postairo Stamp to the Proprietors for thatr
Pftmpuiet ou " Di3easc3 of Stomach and Bowels.
AV, r. M.TSS & CO., ProprlMon,
303 Broadway, New York.
For Sale in Faretteville by
S. J. HINSDALE,
Druggist.
Aur. 1, 18.39.
331gt-re Vc. "Warrants,
CIVIL ad State, just printed and for sale at the
" Carolikiak " Officii
Georgia State Lottery,
For the benefit of the
M03STTICELLO
Union AcacleinF,
OF JASPER COUNTY, GEORGIA.
Authorized by Special Act of Legislature,
25,828 PBIZES
MORE 1HAN UNt PHlZi 10 LVRY
TWO TlCKcTS-
McKINNEl" & CO., Maxageks.
CAPITAL
PRIZE
tickets onsmrsr g5xo
HALVES, QUARTERS, AND EIGHT lib
IS l liOrOKTION.
TO BE DUAWX.
HA CI1 SA TURDA Y IX A UG US T, 1859.
IN THE
City of Savaimaii, G-a,.
CLASS 31, to be Drawn Aw. 0, 1859.
CLASS 32, to be Drawn Ate. 13, 1859.
CLASS 33, to be DiIawx Aug. 20, 159.
CLASS 34, to be Drawn- Aug. 27, 1S59.
3L1 GjYIFICEJVT S C1IEME.
1 Priae of $00,000 is fcGO.600,.
1 " 20.(100 :s 70.000.
1 " - 10,000 ii JO.OlO.
1 . .' 5.O00 is 5.000.
1 a 4.000 is 4.000.
1 " 3.000 ia 3:000.
1 " 2.000 s 2.000.
1 " 1.500 U 1.500.
1 . fc 1.100 18 1 100.
& frizes of $1,000 r.t" f.iiOO
10
2
2
2
&0
100
luo
100
ftuO a r.
400 are
301t ure
00 are
100 ar
5.000.
soo.
GUO.
400.
7.500,
100 are 1O.0U0.
05 aie 0.500.
85 are
8.500
ArrnoxiMA TIOX PRIZES.
Prizes of $200 approximating to $60.U0O
prize are
5-S.oo
G.U0
000
4'iO
040
4 Prizes of 150 approxiiouting to
4Prizea of 125 apprttximuting to
4 Prizts of lt.0 appruxiaiating to
5 Prized of 80 approximating to
8 Prizes of CO approximating to
8 Prizes of 50 approximntinir to
8 Prizes of 40 apppoximatintr to
400 Prizes of 20 approximating to
25.000 Prizes of S are
J25,.-i',S Prizes amounting to -
20.U0O pnzu ar
10.O0O prize are
5.0UO prize are
4-000 prize are
3.000 prize are
2.0011 prize are
l.f00 prize are
100 prize are
4?.- j
4ti0
R.Oil,)
2OO.00O
Certificates of lacVag s will 1-esold at
the
iVd- '
lowing rates, which is the risk :
Cerliiicates of I'acka-e.s of ; Wlndu l icl.els -
M ifa'.r
" " 1:) (leaner "
" " 10 Kiuhth '-
r'.i'i
IN ORDERING 1ICICETS Oil CiiKTIFIC A'l LS.
Enclose the m'.nry to oar address for ihe tickets
ordered. on' receipl of w hich they will lo foiv.'aid'd.
by 1 kst mail. I'urchaseis can lnu e iekets eadliki; in
I ary tinre uiey may uesignaie.
Ihe list ot drawn immi':s ami i: Wi.l lie Se::.t
to purchasers imuii;diate!y aller il.e tiruwiiig;. i
.NOTICE TO to.tliy.s? i'!r:'is. I
Those who pret'or not sen JU money Ly iti:iii. c:;n u.e ;
Tiie T.vpress t Kisi-.ai.k-s,
when?uynioney fur Tickets, iu aims of iVu Duiiars il l ui.v. ava.
can be dent us
AT OUK RKK AND KXPKNSP..
from any city or town where tliere is un fA-iru.-5 Cfiff. i
noouey ani order unit be esscl.'-t d in i
4.oieruieiii I'ost Osi.ie !i:.iHk;:cd CuvcIo;e,
ortha Kxpress ' "omptmi.-s c i mi t m-.-i.i- them.
All communications sirietly e'.nnder:t;il
Orders i'ur 'l icki-ls or v ertiiieHi.e. by -.iail or ;.xiress, to lie di
rected to
McKIXNKV & CO., Savannah. Ga.
July !), 1?.9. -tf
CAROLINA CITU
STEAM NAVIGATIOJT COAIPANY.
fHI UK iindersierned have been appointed by the
H. (ieneral Coiiiioissioners in Salisbury. ' vc
miv subscriptions teV the Caj.iuil Stock oft 3 le ; ! j . e
Company, and have prepared a Subscription Look,
and are ready to receive the same, on application to
J. M. Hose, at the Kail Koad Otii. e.
A. A. Mc K ETHAN,
J. M. AVILL1AMS,
J. A. WORTH.
JNO. M. KOSF,
(.'oiiimissioiiers.
Fayetteville, N. C. July 2, IS.j'J. tf
SANDFOUIVS
LIVER liWJGORATOIJ,
XEVKR DKB1LITATKS
IT IS C'JMl'OUNDED KXTIKKLY FUOM GEMS,
and has become an established lac!, a Standard
iMedicine, known tniet ap- f it. and used in such ipian-
proveet by all tout have
used it, arid is now re
sorted to with conlidence
in all the diseases for
1 1 1 ics as t -a act
2 the I'.ow eN.
sreutlv
t7J
Let the dictates of vonr
judgment 4ide you in
which it is recoimneadcd.
It has cure I thousands
within the last two years
who hd given up all
hopes of relief, as the!
nv: morons n nnl ir-i 1 1. 1 001--
M use of the Liver lnvieo- j
3 rator, and it will cure '
Liver Complaints. Lil- i
lions Attacks I'yspep-iii. ;
H- Chronic Dian ho a. Sum- ;
wmcr (yomplamts, I'vscn-:
tihcates in my posse sioni tt-ry. Dropsy, sour :om
show. ' ae-h . 1 1 ahil toil Cti-t i v-ness
The dose must bo ndop-j "i (JhoUe, Cholera, c 1 oh a
ted to the temperamei.; i O Morbus, (yhoicra Infan
of the iikdividual takinp 50 tuin. Flatulence, .buin
dice. Female Weaknesses ana may lie used success
fully as an Ordinary Family Medicine. It will cure
sick Headache, (as tliousan Is can testify.) in twenty
minutes, if two or three Teaspoonfuls are taken at
commencement of attack.
All who use it are giving their testimony in its favor.
Mix water in the Mouth with the invigorator. antl
swallow both together. I'rice one Dollar per bottle.
ALSO.
SANDFOKU'S
F'ASIIL.Y
Cathartic Pills,
C O M P OUXP K D FRO M
Pare Vegetable Extracts, and put up in CLASS CASES
Air Tgltt, and v. ill Keep in any climate.
The Family Cathartic; C The Profession well
Pill is a p-entle. butactive, know that ilitferenl Ce.t'.i
Cathartic, which the pro-! i-Tartics act on - oilfevent
p".ctor cos useit m h:?
practice more than twen
ty years.
The constantly increas
irtg demand from thus;
who have long used the
Pills and the satislactioi
which all express in re
gard to their use, ha
induced me to place then
rr: portions
g The f
J-tPill has
Oi 1IJC
i.f,
iimily Cathart:
with due reft
3
ti lished fact, been Coiti
Q peunded from a variety
jj'-ol'tlie purest Vegetable
2 Lxtracts, which act. alike
on every part of the a
ilimeirtary canal, and are
CO'.SO'ul ami sale in all cases
within the reach of all
where a Cathartic is needed, such dei-unsereents ol
the Stomach, Sleepiness. Fains in .h" back and Loins
Costiveness, I'ain and Soreness over the whole benly.
from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, emls
in a long course of Fever, Loss of Appetite, a Creep
ing Sensation of Cold over the body, besi'u -ssness.
Headache, or w eight, in the head, all lutlamma'ei y
Diseases. Worms in Children or Adults. Uheiinnitisni.
a great l'uritier of tbe lilood and many diseases to
which flesh is heir, too numorous to mention iu this ad
vertisement. Dose, 1 to 3.
PHICE THREE DIMES
The Liver Iuvigorator and Famaily Cathartic Til's
are retailed by Druggest generally, and sold 1 olesale
by the Trade in ad the large towns
IS. T. VV. SA FOli D, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
335 Broadway. New York.
LOST.
DROPPED fromtay Sulky, on the Fayetteville
and Centre Plank Road in about 11 mileso! Fay
etteville, my Medical bars. containing a pocket case
of Instruments Ac. The finder will be liberally re
warded by addressing the ubscriber at Kayeiievil e.
July 23d 1859. JXO. M. McLEAN.
-trtLANK CHECKS. FOURTEEN ON A SHEET
Jy suitable for binding, beautifully printed, and
"fer.t nonstantlv on band at the office of the
r CAdlOLlXlAN.
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ii rjoirsi. STiriiE
HKIUCATKI) TO TI1K (j K K AT CUKS.S I'l.AYKll
PAUL 3SOI1FIIY;
FOR SALE AT TUB " BAZAAR OF FASHION."
A. Melt "JIM OX.
Favetteville. April 2:5. -tf
J
A.MKS MAllTIXH is now
re iviu a large and
"oceial as
iOftiiiwiit efevervtliin'' iu the above line.
j
' A
ALSO
pi ime article of Rio. I,ai;ui a and Java COFFEE:
ashed and JJrowit Sujrur : Suar Holiso feyrup ami
jlasses. :
All rd -.vlkieli if otTered on as good terms as can be
.1 in Ih's market.
Nov. 27. tf
Tiie Old Doiuhiioii
Coilco Ero-fc.
AVIN'f; become ind:sieusable to all who have
te.-led ii.- value.
A t" ll i. S ii SIP? L Y
i-eon o'lta'n'd. :inin:i; which is a lo'er-pi'iced ar
vi. : viz 2 ot. at 1 ."i I aa l ot. 1 70.
1! T
A !()-
TUiVET
F.'.r ll
, .' .. Pot (or !
1 '.s CUl-'F
i'.ny sot t.la!
(or ste.ini-) ;
We ri-c.-'
;v; the ci1
j: i'Uf iAJS.
i oj"!i:i-; fornv
in t:,.s Cone:
i: c- ! t it-.-imi.lici
nit t'
alt 1,
! i
t
For s.il - .if t'ie
!av 14. IS.'O.
a
U . N. i li.l.INt.HAST.
ml IK v
1 "-kv 1:
v thi
hi 1'
d ;n l'aveti
tak-- pb.-4ise.re
eu-ville n:.d
sk v-iiurkt :;il
in -
; . n t
Ih-:
'.S O I
V t
t.
pp.isiie (
llo -VI
. -.1.:.- S
ce.es-i s a
lie expel i
TMlll -t 1
lie hop
where- he
be in ole
is pi-.
Sol I '
Ii
ei::i. httv had a I
Al l .111.1 l.ei'n
re- le-.ive his srah-rv
in Hie I'ho
ni):ie le.it e
o l ,.'
til
r.-ceive alilierai p ni'i
Mel'-aueoiTpcs. ('a tMe
Those f,.i- wii.,1
S ' ill.' T he s
i:v,'i- l'!e:
!.vpes.
oar fond
1(1. iV e'.-e
.ographs Ainbroiypes :
ens cber
ilistanee
sll.
i;vrih.
th
C'o'ii i all i
Come ai
Come all
N.. lor.-
Come to
.- bit hers and mo' h
ye sisters and bro
e lovers aii.l ft iene
r now ,Ielay
an"- Sulonn anil o-c
i our t-tnre l.ctore yon :
teness. s itt'ativset in pins, rin
tl'UC.ions c;i.. in tho Art.
ken esses taken at slmrt notice
called HT3
s. bracelets. A t
tock lor sale.
'I sic!; or d -ei'ii
Li
rsoiis at I lie
April. :il.
r res
le-nce. Also 1
tf
ndscapes and views.
FA Sll ! O.N A Ii L i: CLOTH I N (I .
ICR
GlMlfS,
Youths ami
Bovs.
-T
'if V
-A I.St
Vo
SHIRTS,
Hosiery,
SUSrKNDKRS,
STOCKS,
CUAVATS,
r
GLOVES,
T R U N K S,
VALISES, &C,
JIW HE HAD AT
A. J, WOODWAHD'S
ONE PUIUK
Clolliin? Store,
Market Sjc!i;ake,
rJ'wi doors below
I r ini-ii i;xlo"5 jr-n
Store,
71
i : '
i I
!-, FAYETTEVII.LE, N". C.
, is:9. tf
May
A CAIiI.
A Word To Aly Old Friends.
f jHinOSE jiersoas for whom I have been a! I ending I o
3L Hanking busiimess for years : I am still willing
to serve you with the same promptness that I have al
ways done ; and to others that may want discount-.
Pension bus! ne-s. Ac Ac. 1 cller my services, wilb
a premise el' strict attention JAS. O. COOK.
1 1
V'.?I. 0 ICR BIT respectfully in
(onus his obi iiii'iii'.s anil pillions,
that he still keeps on hand a
STTM'RK'K ASSOllTMEXT I iF
Saddb-s, Prid les. W hi s. Trunk.-,
Traveliilr l'.aes. aid Harness,
made of the latest styb s and best
ipiality for salt? cheap, live door
east of the Cape Fear Jiauk, south
-Cm.
----;0
id' Person street.
March Isfif.
CAURIAGE F A C T O II Y
A. A. M'KETIIAN
s consiautiy on iiami a large assortment of
hicb s ol every description, which are well
every description, which are
and faithfully made and finished in the lightkst and
ke.vtkst styles. His facilities for doiii" eai-ria"e
work are okkatek than
ANT KST.VTlLISIIMF.XT SoiTn
j which enables him to sell Lis work oa the most favor
able terms.
Nov. 13, 185$.
tf
i
. one -i. I ii.i.i
FRESH ARRIVAL.
r -g
KK'l 'I'
HAS just received a largo and genora! STviCK
of iiwvl suited to thu Si'IUNG &. SUM Ml' it
tradu, coasistuig of a choice selection of
Staple mill F-ai.ci- IJ II V UOOOS,
Boots and Shors, v i t li almost every thing disiiable in
that hne.
l'ranc Family Groceries always to lie had
AT LETT'S.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country produce.
August 28, IMS. ly ptl
" ' ""'" " " " - I
rpill Coinpany has 'boon in oopration more than
L six years, and has paid its l ire losses, amount
in? to $2:?.:"24.hT wilhout any assessment ; iusurauce
averaging its mcu-.ljevs ubotit i jut cent.
Amount of property now insured, 1.503.410.01
Amount premium, notes now on hand, 217.7:1.03
rIRECTOKS:
Geor-c MoN.-:!!,
I A. 1,'ay.
II . L. M vi nvr:
S. Y". Tfllliiuhast
Henry Lilly.
N". A. Sleiim.'.n,
S. J. Hinsiiale.
T. S. Lutterloh,
V.'m. AlcLaurin,
S. T. Ilawicv.
W. X TiDin'-h-st.
A. A. MeKell.an.
J. I). Williams.
James (J. Ccoft,
A. W. SI eel.
James Kj le,
Hon. J. G. Shepherd.
U.F.Krou n , TiViiuiington.
Hall. "vViltninaion.
A. K
OFI'ICEUS:
lEORCE MrM:iI I.. l'HT illl'.NT.
l. A. l:.v, vieii ruFsihKST.
O. A. M' MII.I.AN, Si; UETAKV.
Collins and C. MeOrumincn. Travellinp; Agents.
Tf " The Company invite applications.
May 19, 1S.VJ. iy-,.
l utti:i; .lows lim:.
TEAMK.'l -FAXXV
7 Monday and Th.;rsda'
lives Fayitteville every
av !i. oru i n lt. at . minute:'
after Sun rise: and Wilmington, Tuesday anil Friday,
at o'clock. carrying Tiaaseners and In iuht.
Steamer -SOl'TH KUNil'v.'' with a full cnide.
incut of Flats, mikes erne or more trios per week, as
circumstances may reiprie.
The accident to the Steamer '-ROWAN'' will le
repaired in a few days. She will then t::Uo her jd;tc
in Ihe line. " T. S. LUTTEKL01I.
Oct. !. -If
C;IKI-::TiiKI-' &: JiAi:XLT3I,
VRE just receivinj? a very line Stock of Sl'KING
AX1 SL'.MML'lt (iOoDS. co s'slin? ol Mkn's
Lov.s' and Voi ti:' (.fi S, IMMAI.O0S .WD U.MSV
Also, a fine itssoi tuieut of
Plain and l aney
Lii.eu and
.ia:-se:lies
.Shirts.
j i ;-.iw rs.
lia:. ikt vchie fs.
.. e.. Ac Ac
Vv'ari anted to sell "ovrer- than an v Cloi hiue--Me l alian :
i n Fiiyetl e i lie.
Store, two doors above CuryUkiiaii " Office.
1 avette i!le. March .. lfC.!. -I f
i"0',Cr53, SIlO
ct-lroix
, c .
of Li.. nnd cookintr
: (in : Lead l'ijiv. A 1
1'or." 1 tr sole l.y
TJr.N-W Ai I
ON hand, a I: rue a-si-riim
Stoves: Titi-uiue; Slui
i.t
I T
so the "Old l!i'inii:;u toine
Nov.
tt
JAMES MAllTlN'i:.
L ' i' l-.l! A: . He,!
I...:
. i .ius
mil "i a i
iu : 1 Ll'
11.
7 Will Hi i.F.AU : bum in
!.! an 1 --; li ot ;.i!
i.es.
A I
d IV
A fi
si,;..:y
s r
ii.-
For s
Nov.
M AI.'IIN i-;.
tf
f a i : ' i t i ; v 1 1 . u : i u ) ' 1 1 : 1
T. WAlib'TI l. rnoiM.-iETo;;,
rI" U '-S. liie uiust. ceuiiiioiiicas Ileicl
A'--V,t- S
:u North Carolina. tini!i'ii :;ei)
3M:"t4lt- iV .t. on I lav iii.d 1 ion.t Mmoi stnets. i?
j ' " located .11 the cciitre of the business
I portion of tie- town, and sen oinnb 1 by ail ihe l.ank
i ins: houses, wholesale mcrciiants aud principal pio-
duce !ea Urs.
j jft?r l'.u-iness men will Cud the Ilot-l a soavani:nt
an t coiii tort a hie nonse.
All the Stages arrive and depart frcm this ITolel.
Fayetteville. April 2. U-.jl. ly'r
J)j Frank If 'ill Hint's Jlir.
MITCHELL has made arrange
ff'hisli y.
ifiits with Pr.
TJ.
Frank i!li:ims. to be constantly
upplii d w ith
his
ceteiirate-a ll i U III1F , which can
be had at
his Store at all times, by wholesale or retail,
j Oct. Lb lcois. tf
Ho ! for Gold and Silver
i
l TOW to make it easy and cheap. Send a " rot
. 1 stamp, ard get foil particulars how to obtain1
. weal I h. Addk'!.- ' S. 1 1 A N K I S )N. Chemist ,
No -jr. West 1:1th Street,
! New Yoi k City.
Agents wanted. 4-1 w ly'r
M0I1E MM GOODS!!
T .r.t.i'.'IT RF.( K.IVINli Ml SPRINTS STOCK OF HOOIS
J io my Ho... Tlity were scl.-ctt-.l in tiie Northern I it-'u s I.y
id;. -.11". w li h pr.-at r.iri. n.l tielit on tlieiii..t r. it i.ni. 1 I .'
ti-rne iiv wl.i. li 1 am cTial.lt-tl le olT. r the t.tri.-t t..trk 1 evi r I--b.rf
i.ll.-V. J lo Hie- public-, liml to l.ll'. r th.-m g.-licTally
AT (JKKATLY KKDI'CKD P1MCES.
FRUITS
RAisoNS. r k;s. i-iu'Nes. appiks lemons. oiian.i.s
C'i.EKJtlES. CL V.RAN'i'S. S-c;
PICKLES. JELLIES AND I'llESERVES,
A liUEAT VAlilET ;
rERFL'.MERIES AXIl I .-ll!AI 'is OK VAHIOl'S KINDS;
I miry Se.tps ituil t'oma U-s ;
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
KIUDLES. DKl'.MS.f'IFtS.I Ll TK BANJOS. OL ITAIiS. Ste.
Wulkind; Cams of cvtiy kin. I ;
HA S KE T A XD IV IL L O V YA 1! E :
i'. Vi'.y flor-es. & :
NITS - FINK AVI) O it ..N- A.M'IKS : SA BIll.N Li ,
(. ,.; I Hi Alls 1 SMI'IKIMI .4 NIX Ml. U IMI 'I ( II! A I I O ;
11 l KKiiS: IINE I UI b. r.T KNIVES: A l.-tlaiK
4SM1K1.MKNT F I O i. 'I '-." ) N A I t.S. Ml.VK
Vtl! NH K: I-N' F.N 't I.OIt.S. AND
KAN' (,1'XHis. TfU'S AND YANKEE
NOTIONS: AN A S S O III V F N I OK
INDIA RL Jim Ii (.OOPS. Wlllfj,
OM11S HMIIMi '1 A k'l.K.
Tlio ptiMic fire re-i . etfelly iiivil.-.l t.. ei'll iin.l ixnn.ino my
-fork. 1 liitvi; a great many lia uti.-t.iuti things l hut can not lull
to .lt'a-e.
JA.MF.S R I.KK.
April 2. lS.-fi. -tf - llot. l 'luil.Jit.g.
Likely Young Negroes Wanted.
J - V .
fi EXTI. EM FN. Von that have such property to Jis-
v po-e oi w i ii uo wen io oiv e me-a ca 11. oi ailoi ess
i use at. r a'-ftteville-
-as
His we!! under"-toed thai 1 pay
exeetding Wg srl:
:lb.
jlmIN" O. ARMSTIiiiNfi.
March 19. ls.,9. fnio's
I HAVE associated with me, in this line. Mr Joi n.
K. Dailey, and will style the him ORbl.I.l. t
DAIEEY.
We have purchased the Steamer Sen thki;ki:. and in
a few days, will have a New l-'lat employed with l.cr.
Those favoring us with their patron.-ii'e may rely
upon prompt despatch, by applying to. Mr. bailey ou
board, or to me at ray office.
K. M. OKI? ELL.
R. M. OET.ET.L
March 2f. I :'?.
jor: K . PAILEY.
-If.
BRnsTK.ins .i.vi) r.v.s
For Sale at reduced prices, at the Anrtion Store
if A. M. CAMrULLL.
A'-gl. 1608. tf
t
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