North Carolina Newspapers

MV EIGS on Diseases of Children;
ITB “ “ Woman and her Diaeai®»;
“ “ Childbed Fevers;
“ Obstotrica;
Dungliaon’a Iluinaa Physiology;
“ Medical Dictiouftry;
Practice of Modicine;
“ Materia Modioa and Therapoutlci;
Pereira’s do do.
Churchill on Children, by Keating;
“ “ l)iserts?s of Women, by Condio;
“ “ Midwifery do.
Chittv’s Medical Jurisprudence;
Taylor’s do. do by Hart*horii«;
“ on I’oisons:
Uewees on Children:
“ Fetniiles;
Miller’s Surgery, by Sargent;
N«ill on the .\rteries, .Verves, and Lymphati#s,
Rejinaiilt’s Kleiuenta of Chemistry;
U. S. Dispeiis-itory, by Wood and Uache;
VVatson\‘ I’racfice;
Biirtk'tt's Treatise 'n Fever;
Wiiliuuis and CIvrner on the Resj)irai«jry Organs:
Eberle’s Thenipeuiics;
Ellis’s ,\ledic;il t'oraml.Try, by Thc/in»«;
SoUy on the Human Hiain;
lluriows oa the Ctfrebral l.'ircuUaion;
(ierhar l on the Chc.'^t;
Fowne’s Clieniistry ft r .'student'*;
Murjjhy’!- Keview of Ciioniistry for i^tudenti
WiiSDi.'s .Aiintoniy, 0 'ddjud;
l^artlett oi: ilu' ’• tiiiinty of Medicine;
Mcl'loliiKi's .-'urcerv,
» n tlu' IK ari;
Kirke s iiu l rhy:5ii.!oj;y;
.■VnMioii.ic;i’i Atlas, by llenry i! Smith;
Wo'm I ’s I'f til-' Mu'-cles uf the Human Body;
(.iuiin’s l>i nil Stic Medioiiu-;
Chiiiirvii, tlicir L>ist’:isi-i and Miiiiajremv'nt, '>y Dr. .''tii-w;
Him th. I'i^e-AsC ivnd Reine iy, by [)r.;
Simon's I’.iuiily .M-.-iicint*;
Domestic .Nli'iiit'iiie. .■''iirfrery, .VC..
*• “ li.'id Household Surgery, by Th mi
S 'H and Siriith;
The i’rfM.Tvati'u >f He ihh, by Dr. Warren:
Thei ry a.-.d I’ractii'e of Hydropathy, '.v 11 Francl^e;
The 1 an!;iy L'entist, bv Uu Llnw.'hot.
E J. ilAl.E & SOX.
Nov. 24, 00
A N!).V K1) U rI'Al.VVI liI
*1!K i\ ;>ver!v Novels '27 vols. cloth and ha:t cah;
Fayetteville & Soutlierii P. I
December 29, 1866. j
raiHE Annual Meeting of ihe Stookholders of 8»id
J. Company will be held at the Town Hall in Fay-
; etteville, Jan’y 16th, 1857. ^ .
I [-ggim] *• W. McL. MoKAY, Sec’y.
P.Davison, m. d.,
Surgeon MPentiut^
INTENDING to locate permanently in Fayetteville,
hopes to make-it the interest of all who need the
I services of a Dentist to give him the carc of their
' Teeth. Having had eight years’experience, and being
(icquuiiited -with the work of the best Dentists North
or South, he pledges himself to give all operations en
trusted to his hands that careful thorough work and
complete tinish, that it cannot be bettered by any Den
tist in the (Tnited States
Persons hiiving teeth that are considered hopeless,
and pust redemption, will do well to give him a call
beft re having them extracted, as thousands of teeth
are saer tic'd that the reijuisite knowledge and skill
wouM si'e and make useful.
Please give him it t)..l, and if h® does not redeem
his piedire will forffit his wark
Bt^Ottice at Fayetteville Hotel
Uec’r 2*), 18 >t).
He will wait tm Ladies at their residences it de
Cooper’s Novels;
Irvine’s W. r!:#, I'l vols;
Prescott’.-* ('t'ii.|uest o! I’eru and .^^esico;
Lived ol Fer iin'ind and Isabella.
“ I.ifo of Philip the 2d;
Benton's " j year« i'l the I' S. >eu!ite 2 vo'.s;
The ' ite' M ill’s 'Vhinual. 4 vols:
Ei.pyi ’opedia \i>.icri'-aii;i. 14 V '’^;
L'.'S.: ir's l'io»i ri:ii Field Book of the iicvoiutiOL;
Wcbs'i r's U ri-s vo's;
Colt.Ill's Lit.' ai.d Tim«'S of llenry I’lay;
Memoir .'f S I’renti^-'* of Mis-:
Pictorial Life of .\ndrew Jack^un:
Memcir of Win. U'ir' I'J’ Kennedy;
Life of Wise? aiid Virginia Polities in 185.5;
liarland's Life of John llandolph;
Demoer.icv in America, by De Toccjueville;
Abbctt’s Life of Na|inU-on. 2 vols; -Abbott's Historiek;
Wirt’s Life of Patrick Henry:
Life of Wm. Pinckriey of .Md.;
Bayard Taylor's India. China and Jap-»n;
Com. Perry’s Japan Kspedition;
Lieber on Civil Liberty and Self fiovernment;
The Pliysical Geography of the Sea, by LieutMaury,
Liberty and Slavery, by Bledsoe of Virginia:
Southey’s Common Place Book;
Life .ui i Corres. of Southey;
The Spectator;
\\ ilsun’s Tales of the Borders;
The Scottish Gael, or Manners, .-Vntiquitles, and
Customs of Scotland;
The Scots Worthies, by John Howie;
Lockhart’s Life of Walter Scott;
Chambers’s Life and Works of Robert E'.irns.
Hamilton’s Discussions in Philosophy and Literature;
Life and Correspondence of Lord Jeffrey;
The (Queens of Scotl.-ind, by Agnes Strickland;
Chambers’ Miscellanies;
Proctor's History of the Crusades, illustrated;
Woodfall's Junius; Hannah More’s Works;
Plutarch's Lives: I>oswell's Life of Dr. Johnson;
Novels nnJ Tale? by Maria Kdgeworth;
Addison. Burke aud Johnson’s Works;
Millman’s Gibbon's Rome;
Hallain’s Works; Cosmos, by Humbolt:
Men and Women of the 18th Century by Houssaye;
The Guide to Soei.^1 Ilajipiness, by .Mrs. Ellis:
Family Monitor by the same Author:
Hume ami Macaulay's Histories of England;
The .Moiiern Briiish Essayists. 7 vols;
Shakspe.ire, I5yron, Moore, Scott, Hemans and other
Poets in v.nrious syles of binding; The Boston Eijltion
of the British Poets, Jx., ^‘c.
Oct. 20 “ E. J. HALE 4 SON
“ la w ISOOKS
t?ubscribers have on hand, and will promrtlv
Jl fill orders for
North Carolina Supreme Court Reports,
in sets or in sin^'le volniiies. Iredell’s Digest and
Digested .Manual. Jones’s Digest Revised Statutes
of North Carolina. Wiley's New Form Book.
STORi. on Bills, roiitr.icts. ]’;ntnership.
Agency, E.j^iity Jurisprudence. Eijuity Pleidings.
•ARCHBOLD, on Pr:utice, Criminal Practice and
Pleadinir. f.indlord and I’enaiit.
CHITfV. on'’oiiti-.iets, Crimiml Law. Blackstone, .1 :iri.'jirii'Jence.
SU>IH1N, o'l Vetic|.>rs and Property.
P()'Vhl.L, on ,N1'irtga;r‘:', and Contracts.
SMlTil, -.Ti at Law, Master and Servant.
Landli-r I an 1 Tfii inr. (’!:incery Practice.
S\Nbi;.tS, ..!i Plealitig and Evidence, Uses and
Trust-'. Repcvts.
RL'S>K!,L. i .'i .\rhitr-ition. Factors, Crimes,
HOI'r AN'.'; Le-'i! Stu ly. an 1 .Masters in Chancery.
WILL!aM'-' nil Personal Properrv.
WHE\T*N';- Sclwyn's Nisi Pnus.
U J.Vi; fi »N. ,1.1 Amcr'can Law of Homioide. Medi
cal Jiiri-j roiif-e. Sl.att: I rials in the Cnited States,
American Criminal Liw. L^iw Ihction.ary.
Siei.hcn on Ple:i lini: Roper on Lt-gnVies. Dart on
Ven'liO' Foirne nn Rcm.iiriders. Edwards on B.'iil-
ments. r'.ike upim Littleton, ( Hargrave an*l i.utler’s .
new e iitinii Kent’s Coinnientarii's. Curtis’s ditto.
Dart’s Vendors .irid Purchiisers o Bpal F.-t.ite. ,Vd-
ams’ Eiulty. I’roubafs Law of Limite.) PartruT-ihip.
Hughi’v' C.inlty Drau/htsmau. I hiliii.n and Amos on
Evidence,'^’ev on Liw of, Ross on
Bills and Pnoniry Notes. Dom-it’s (’ivi! Law. I". .S. t riiisinal l,v,v. Daniell’s Chancery
lluc-ice. Ros-n.*’s Criminal i'vi.lence. Ath-rl«‘v oli
U t -.iiw of M trri ige ('oliyer.,n Partnership. CrVet--
ivul ..n Kvid'-nce. Uiiver on C')tiv(-v:iiifing. Curti-’s
0 ,c;yam;er. liurriUV Law Di. iioiKirv. Crni.-e on
uou. I’r.o. rty. T.iyl. r'- Law Cr.ibb on
Ren Pr.p.-rty U....y.s’ Don.-.ti. iU.i;ti..«s. Byles
on, lu ll on .".lie. Li e on Ar).itr:.tion of Titles,
^harswn.ds Profes-ional llthi.-s, It-.rton's suit in
L.juity Wills on Cinum-tantia! Evidence. ’omvn’s
Lundlor I and Tenant. Wat.on on Arbitnition. liare
on Disfove-,. (ilipl.riiit oi. Ilor«c.^. Wl.itwonh’-
Eiu'ty Precedents. Morris on Heplevm (iieslcy’s
E.,oity Kvi,lo,H'o. l!i,i,op on .Muni,,;:,, and Divorce'.
Mai',,.‘w 3 Pn-.-nmi.iivc Evi l-n. e Hobertson on Siic-
cps 'H. tiii-i on InsuraiH-,- Lewis on the Law of
leri.etu.i , i'.iil im re >n I' lniicil. i ;.rv on Piirt-
ner.l.ip SVils.,,. i s-.. K,-!! on ;uar„ntfe.-, New-
lund •.ri I oiiir.-, i..,mlyn’s Chrincery Evi.lenee, 4e.
1 hear Oi-..t j. r l.iiw P,ool;s order.* I will be supplied
0 til r». ; '.(jii in |iart ol ilie State on reason-
able term.. ^ E. J. HALE 4- SON.
m:\\ srocK OF
llooks juul Stiitionerv.
L lire now ri‘i;'.-iv .ij; ,,qp usual New Stock of
w I’OOK^ and S i'.\TI )N ERV. embracing a great
vane tv .,f f 1-’
with a large and yarie'l stock of
lilaiiK !)»)()ks, Knvelopes, 6:c.
Country Merehauts aud other* are invited to call
as we offer the above stock on the bivat terms.
X1:(; lioI:s \\ anted.
fg^HK uiidtrsifrned will pay the highest cash price
fil for VOl'NG NEGROES. Letters addressed to
either of us at La’irinburgh, Richmond county, will
have prompt .-ittentiou
LHuriiiburgh, Dec 2t>, 185t’>. *>Htf
Town ]>apers copy.
I larpcr'.s .Majifazine for January V)7,
just received by E. J. H.\LL it SON.
Uec'r 25.
■^■^HE undersigned offers himself as a candidate for
■L the offit’.' of Constable for tlie Fayetteville Di.s-
trict, fur the ensuing 'ear. Election in Feb’v neit.
Deo 2^^. 68-tp
Town papers copy.
P\PlElv M.\CHE Writing Desks and Work Boxes,
a rich and very beautiful present for a Lady.
various styV.-«.
P«'RTFi H.los, in great variety of styles and qualities.
froir, the cheapest to the finest .Morocco.
ilEl'i'L'l.ES, .M'roc CO, Calf Skin and Velvet, some
very hands' ine
The above goods unite utility with beauty, and are
thus well adapted for in the approaching
season. Just recM by Express.
E. J. HALE s;S0N.
Dec. li').
E have received a general assortment of L.\ND-
w.irranted Fresh and Genuine, of the crop of 18.it5.
Dec'r !;■>, ISotl. t;5-»iw
.sr.V'i'K fi().\f)S I'OU S.M.K.
^>nds of $1000 each.
ale bv
Dec'r l-'i.
G.3-4 w
Pale and Amber .\le in Bbls. and A
bbls C. T. HAIGH k SONS. *
Dec'r \ij. l>.')tj. ti.^tf
Or. , trrlie Explorationn
tn te irch -/Sir John Frankltn, in iB-iS, ’)4 and ’o>”>, 2
voN., ‘'VO. A further supply of this beautiful and
in'.presting v»ork, ia cloth, sheep and half calf bind
ings. E. J. H.VLE & SON.
Dec. 11.
(Jiiiiirs Domestic Medicine, or l^oor
•Man’s Friend. .A further supply of this popular book,
just rcctivid. E. J. HALE i SON.
Dec’r 11.
20 Half
20 Boxes Soda Biscuit.
2*1 Cheese.
For s^le by C. E. LEETE.
Dec'r 1 I (j.5tf
RilU tVom tiie Fountain ot‘ IJl’e, by
Rev. Richard Newton. D. D.; The Two Lights, by the
author of 'Struggles for Life;’ Cuinming’s Last of the
Patriarchs: Dr. Spencer’s Pastor’s Sketches, 1st and
2d series; The Prince of the House of David, or Three
Years in the H dy City; Kitto’s Daily Bible Illustra
tions; Do. Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature; Cum
mings Minor Works: The Christ of History, by Voung;
Ciitnming's .^.-ripture Readings: Barnes’s Notes on
Revelati 'tis; Do. on Job; Chalmers' Posthumous Works;
M:ister Pieces of Pulpit Eloquence, Edited by Rev.
Henry C F sh; \c.. Ac. E J. II.\LE & SON.
j*l liI.lC SALK.
JWILL offer to the highe«t bidder, on THURSDAY,
the ].)tli d ly of January next, at tuy place near
Kingsbury, one CIRCCLAR STEAM SAW .MILL, (in
complete order.)
> ll.'a-l ..f .MTLKS.
1 H ir.'^o atid
Timber and 2 Koad Wagons.
St('C-k of I'attle and Hogs.
A large lot of IJU.^I]^HR, and all the House
hold and Kitclien Fl’RNlTURE.
Terms will lie, and m.^ile known on the day
Dec’r 20, lf5'). 67-ts
f OFFER for »ale, my L.\NDS in the Town of Pay-
etteville. about 130 Acres, known as the
•\bout 80 .Acres of it it* fine .Meadow Land, as the Crop
now on it will show. Also, the
Valuable Briek ^tore and l^ot
near the .Market Square, occupied by .Mr. John A
A Large and V^aluahle Lot, fronting on Donaldson,
Maxwell and Mumford Streets, known as the Hotel
Garden Lot,—could be divided into several Building
Lots—very near the new Female High School Buildings
,\lso, the Stable Lot adjoining, fronting on Mumford
Winslov and .Mumford Streets.
.\ll this property can now be purchased on favora
ble terms, and a large part can remain on Bond ami
Mortgage if desired
Oct. 10, IH-'ia. 4H-tf
A T a meeting of the Boat owners interested in nav
i m. igiiting the Cape Fear River between Fay'cttevilli
and Wilmington,
On motion, D. .McLaurin was called to the Chair,
and R. M. Orrell was appointed Secretary.
On motion of James F. Marsh,
Resolved, That from and after the 1st day of Janu
ary, 186*>, Cash will be required upou the delivery
of all Krelghts at Wilmington and Fayetteville re
On motion of J. D. Williams,
Resolved. That each of the Steamboat Companies on
the Cape Fear River, from ami after the 1 st of January,
18.')*3, will carry Guano frotn Wilmington to Fayette
ville at 10 cents per bag. Lime at 2.'> cents per cask,
and ground Plaster at KO cents per cask, .and that a
OF ao PKR cK^’r.
from the printed and established rates on all other
articles will be made from anil after that date, all
Cartage and Drayage being paid by the shippers
(,)n motion of James Banks,
Resolved. That the foregoing be published in the
towri paper.s
I). McL.\URlN, Chairman.
R. M. Orrell, Sec'y.
Dec. 24, 1H55. i’)-'>-tf
tWISH to sell my l»I>A :VT.4TIO:\ on the West
.“^ide of(ji[)e, 2 luile.'j below Fayetteville I
would sell .'>111) sicres or tuore; it consists of River
Swamp anl Sand Hill Land.
Also my House and Lot on Ramsey Street.
One Lot corner Dick and Person Streets.
One House and Lot corner of Frink’s Alley and
(iranjie Street.
1) Sh ires Ciipe Fear Bank Stock.
12 i'hares PI ink Road Slock.
Fayetteville, Dec’r 1, 185(1. tUlf
{’umniis.>ion .Mprcliant, No. 4*2 Nortti Water St.,
\\'il.mlv(;t()N, n. A).
ft ®/'IL!. (rive lii“ prompt personal attention to the
* W ‘-.lie or !-!iip!iient ol all Consignments of Naval
Mores or othT Country Produce.
.Nov. H, r>!jtf
tIHE subscriber has in Store a good assortment o-
Goods in the GROCERY and H.\RDW.\RE LINE
ill of which will be sold wholesale or retail, or bar'
tered for country produce, on terms the most reason'
ibie. A s.nall lot of S.ADDLERY for sale che.ap.
Give us a call. G. W. 1. GOLDSTON.
N. B. .\ny of my friends in the country having busi
ness to transact in this place, such as renewals, \c ,
can have it done on the usual terms, by sending same
to my car«. 0. W I. (}.
FayettevilU, Sept. 27, 186.'>. H9tf
«EING desirous of changing my business, I offer
for sale my PL.\NT.\T10N on the east side of
the Cape F^ar River, three miles above the Clarendon
Bridge, known as the Toomer and McKay lands, con
taining about 800 acres. This Farm is susceptible of
the very highest improvemt :it, and of being made one
ol the most beautiful and prohtable Plantations in
Cumberland county. (>n the Farm is a good mil! seat.
.\|y terms will be favorable and payments easy.
For particulars, apply to John D. Williams, Esq.,
Fayetteville, or address the subscriber at the Gulf. I
will give possession the first of December next, if de
sired. L. J. HAUGHTON.
Gulf, July 17, 1866.
Ca|)(‘ Fear Land for Sal*
fB^HE Subscriber offers for sale THREE HUNDRED
-M. ani EIGHTY-FIVE .\cres of Land on (' ipe
River below Smith’s Ferry, in Cumberland county,
running with the river to the lands of Mrs. Byrd.
portion of the land is cleared and fenced. It is
well adapted to the cultivation of corn, oats and the
usual crops of the river lands. The part uncleared
has on it some good swamp, which may be easily pre
pared for use.
It will be sold on a credit of tweUe months. Person?
wishing to buy can call on the owner at this place.
April 8. i*4-tf
JUST received from the .Manufacturer, Ira Horsey,
a supply of
n ED s
of «arious patterns, and made of good seasone*! timber.
These Bedsteads are manufactured in this place, and
can be sold to dealers as low as they can be got from
the North. (!all and examine.
April y, 94-y st rpii'.
Dr. .1A IS. F. FO lirTliKS.
Corner of Hay and Donnhhon Streets, opjtomff
the FayettecUh Hotel,
WOliLD respectfully call the atten
tion of his friends anl customers
to his complete stock of
n i: i>i€i EM,
Oils, Paints and Dye-Stuffs,
Which he is now receiving, and will offer
at prices as low as they can be bought at
in this market His object is to sell
Medicine that can be flepended upon, as he buys none
but the genuine article.
Constaitly on hand
Burning Fluid, Vamphene, Spirits Turpentine-,
Alcohol, Brandies and tfYwes, (/’or Medical
purposes;') Congress Water, Citrate
Magnesia, East India Castor Oil.
March 15, 185G. 87-tf
Oct. 8.
New Music for ilio Pianoand (luitar,
just received j ^
Oct 22.
tarnit'r’s and Planter’s .VImanac, tor
1S5T. For »i*l«, wholesale or retail by
oa. 16, " '
(■ \N i'v\ i;i.i,’.s .\. (;. .itJSTiciv
Sicdoii H •liisticc li’ i iKrd, and ndupted*to the
i\(’W /ieviscd Code..
f aims work, invaluable to .Magistrates, Officers, and
JL all who have occasion to know the Law, and to
use the Forms under it,, i.s very much enlarged. Price
00. For .sale by E. J. HALE >& SON.
August 18ofi.
^ kF ail kinds, is executed in the best manner.
" " Old common Prayers, Bibles, and others, re
bound in the same style they were before. This will
save the repurchase of new books. Librarians connected
with colleges, and other societies, and also gentlemen
residing at a di.stance, will find it a matter of economy
to get their books bound here, as a deduction of prices
will be made upon large orders: Pack them and send
them with particular directions to this establishment:
and when finished, they will be carefuUy repacked and
returned without delay.
I have the best stoc\ of materials; and workman
ship will compare with any either at the North or
Apply for a list of Binding prices before going else
where. The untlersigned respectfully solicits a ahar#
of patronage. TH03. U. TILLINGHAST,
M e" ta., Andwson 8tre*t.
Nov. 5, I860. 64-y
4 NEGRO Woman aged about thirty or thirty-five
years, good house servant, cook, washer and
ironer, honest and industrious.
.\ Girl aged about nine, and a boy about four years
—children of the woman.
Persons in want of this species of property will do
well to call on the undersigned at his Law Office on
Anderson Street, when further particulars will be
April 29. &00-tf
RAN.VW.VY from the subscriber on the 1st of April
last, a negro man named Raad, about six feet
high, about 30 years of age, and black. Said negro is
supposed to be lurking in the neighborhood of John
Bell or James McKethan.
The above reward will be paid to any person de
livering said negro to me at Locksville, Chatham Co.,
N- C., or confining him in any Jail in the State where
I can get him. NATHAN KING.
June i7_tf
POWERS & TROY, Proprietors.
^■IHE Proprietors of this Establishment
announce to the public, that owing to
the conptantlj increasing patronage extend
ed to them, they have been induced to en
large the accommodation by the addition of
an extensive Dining Room on the lower floor, and suite
of Rooms on the second floor; thus enabling them to
accommodate all who may favor them with a call. And
they pledge themselves to an inoreaaed exertion to
give satisfaction to their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached and careful Ostlers in at
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experience of the Proprietors in providing for the com
fort of their patrons, they hop* will gacure to them a
liberal share of the travel.
The Western and Southern Stages arrive at and de
part from this House.
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure of
Steam Boats, for the acooramodation of passengers.
Horses and Carriages furnished at any notice for car-
rying travellers to any part of th* at^jacent country.
F»70tteTille, May 12, 1866. gtf
Pi;\f \i.K i.Nsi rriJTi:.
This institution will resume its operat'ions again
on MONDAY, the 8th ef SEPTEMBER.
The charges will be the same as they have been for
the last year. Board $10 per mouth, including wash
ing, lights, f-o.
L. C. GRAVES, A. .M., who has served us so long
and efiBciently as Principal if the Tnstitiito, new also
has charge of the Steward’s Department, which ren
ders it douf)ly Hure that this department, will bo con-
ductei to the entire satisfaction of all.
Mr. Str.adella will continue in charge of the Musical
Department; and .Mrs. Stra^lella the Department of
Painting, &c. H A. BIZZELL,
Sec’y Board of Trustees.
Clintcm, July *25, 18.00. 30-tf
nf OIJLD inform ins friends and f.irmer cu.'^Tomer -
that he may bo found 2 donrs beiow the (’ape
Fear Bank, and 3 doors above his old stand g iuth sid-
Person Street, where he intends to keep on hand.
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Wliips, CollarSj
•and every thing l-.e'.onging to his trad.'. I'e r'Si>rctfu!iy
Mivites his friends from the country t.> call and e.\amine
'lis stock (i'jrcha>sine.
He will attend to Rep.-iiring of ll-’rtieya nnd Saddle^
'lunctiinl^y, and liis c!i ir/es sh ii’ be inoler iti'. He
would request all in Ifbted to the firm of IIOU.SION .S:
OVKRBY to settle with W. Overhy . r himself. I'.s they
•ire compelled to settle the firm’s debti. |
August 27 l?i')t). 3 Uf j
Aew’ H tifrnii l']s((ihlisfifnc/its j
By \\n. I
^■''HE Subscriber would inform his friends and the j
£ public generally, that he hus completed his new |
establishment on .Maxwi'i; street, near .Mr. E. W, W ill-j
kings’ Store, and is now prepared to receive orders for j
CARi'S, \VA(;ONS, DRW.s, ,Vc„
which (.hall be prornj tly executed. I
\11 WL'vk liy him shall be of the ^
ship anl niafi-riai that the country can atFo;d. .
HKl'AHUNii Ilf ;ill iloiie with neatness |
and desj'at'h
Also, llOHSlv.SFIOElNO will be strictly at
tended to ■ I
N. H. No pains wiil be spared to give satisfaction to
thuse who may favor him with their patronage.
Fayetteville. July 21, 185H. 21-V
Mor(' Aow
IIHE subscriber is receiving his F.VLI. .WD W’iN-
TEH Sl'UCK, cuiJBiiiing of al n>>st every thing
in the wav of
MMardkrttrr, atift itollow~trare^
Boots and > hot s, Satidlcry, Fish, cVc.,
,\ny of which he wi'’ se’l ciieap for ij^asb, barter for
Produce, or on short time. .Store lecent.y occupied
by Troy & Marsa, near the Dobbin 11 -.’.sa.
(,)ct. 15, 185*). 48tf
We cull the attention of WHOLE
^■10 our present Stock,—and we have recentlj re-
K ceived —
800 bags Rio, Lagiiira, .Maricaibo and Java Coffee,
20 hhils Sugar, assorted grailes,
7'> bbls do. Refined, Oushed and Powdered.
‘.5 boxes Sperm, .\damantine and Tallow Candloi,
6!3 do Fancy and assorted Candie.s.
100 coils Kentucky, Jute an*! Manilla Ropo,
7 bales Bagging, Gunny, Dundee and Burlap*,
SO tons Hoop Iron,
120 boxes ('heese,
20 half bbls Super Carb Soda,
40,01)0 Cigars, various brands,
Pepper, Spice. Ginger, t?lo\e.s. Nutmegs, Borax,
Madder, In iigo, St.'Hiiish Brown, Brini.stone, Fancy
and 15:ir Soups, Starch, Pow U r. Shot, liar Lead, White
Lea l, Putty and Linse- d Oil. Win'i iw Glass, Snuff in
Boxes, Eagi Mills do . in Half Bbls ; Gr. en and Black
fens. Hollow Ware, Swedes Iron, English, German,
and Cast .Src'l; Pbiws, Straw (,'utters, C >rq Shelleis,
.Sausa/H Cutters and StaiTer-4, Traco Chain, Sole
Le ather, vc . S;c,
Tlie sbovt* Goods we ofter on the most favorflUo
terms to prompt time or ca.-h jiurch isers
D, & W. McLAUiaN.
Nov. 6. 6Itf
^pHE large Fire p’-oof B;ick Ware house, conT^nj.
I ently situated in rear of our Store
Sept. 26. ^
Anew Edition of Tidl’s Practice, 2 yols
The Forum, or 40 year’s Full Practio# ..
Philadelphia Bar; by David Paul Brown. *
Library of Law sud Equity; being 13 vols. Hn ll\
of valuable Law Boons for .$15 00. '
Juat received by E. J. H.^LE &
Oct. 20.
# .327 do. COLUMBI.VN
.Not only has the cost of using these Guanoes
eotmexion been very much diminished, but experi-
metitj have proved that the pho'^ph ite. so much want
ing in the Peruvian, not t.niy increases the yield, but
(combined with the (Columbian makes the crop much
more certain.
For sale by D. W. McL-M’RIN.
Nov. 6, l8ot). 64tt
Further supplies of School Book.s.
SMITH’S QRA.MMAR; Davies’, Smith’s, Colhurn i
and Greenleaf’s Arithmetics; Lambert’s .^njuoir
and Physiology; Hitchcock’s Elementarv G>‘ol(, ^
Goodrich’s and Willard’s U. S Historie.-; The (
History of the U. S ; Parley’s Fii-t Book of Hist lrr*
Mitched’s Intermediate Geoj;r, OIney s
graphy, Bolmar’s Levizac’s French Grammar; I'inne ,‘j
English Teacher; Cornell’s Intermediate G^ogrHi hy
Kay’s (tea lers; Emerson’s W.itt.,’oii th- Mind; '
j Notes and Questions on the O.-speb of Matthew, M„’4
I and Luke; Greenfield's Greek le'.tameNt and Leiic-.t,
' M ir-h's Songsters; School lestanient.s; Noi th Car :;Va
Readers, Davies’ Surveying, &c. Just receivn.l
Aug. 30. E. J. HAl.E \
■^HE 2d edition, (with hundreds of typographical
JBL errors of the old edition corrected,) is publlsLeJ
for tho benefit of the Mis-sionary cause uf the Episco
pal Church in North Caiolina. The price of the 'J
vols. is. in cioth binding, -'jii, in sheep .'jl 50. Onrers*
accompanied in every instance by cash, miv be aj-
dressed to E, J. HALE ^'su.N
Fayetteville, .May 8, 18.3'j.
Frciirhl nnd Passtn^cr Une helween
Wihnin^ton anil Fuifellevlile.
^TE.XMER .M \GNOLl.\, leaves Fayetteville on Mor.-
1^ day aud Thursd;.;j n»..rnings, 15 minutes after
sun rise.
Leaves W’ilmington on Tuesday and Friday mornings.
8team“r FANNY LUTTERLOH, leaves Fajetteville
on Tuestlay .and Friday mornings, 15 minutes after
Leaves AViWninpton W’piJneslay and .Satur I ly mDrn-
ings Botfi carrying Freight and Pii.-^s.-iniers.
.'teanier ROW \.N, with fall sets of Lighters, runs
regiilai'y. cu;rvii'g Freight only.
The rej;u!u,i'y of our Boats on all stages of the
River, at: J the d spatch and promptness in delivering
goods, are too well known to require comment.
To i.ui patrunii we tender our thanks for the very
iiboi-;il putronajre heretofore bestowed, and can assure
a:l shippers that no efforts wi’.l be spared in future,
ai. 1 feel confident that our facilities for dispatch are
eqaal if n> t superior to any line on Cape Fear River.
Agent for Luttwrloh & Co.
Fayetteville, ?»’. C., Oct. 1, ISofj. 50tf
di:ep coal.
HITUMI.NOI’S CO.vL of the b«st .(uaHty can be
had at the works at Egypt, at a reasonable price
by the Ton. WM. McCL.VNK.
.Mining Engineer.
May 21. 185G. tj-tf
.\CriVE VnOG viFN, to act as local
and tr.ivellitig njjent' ui a > •'fi---,.
useful and honorable, at a .'ALAuV »F PER
MONTH. A c tpital of .i» > oniy re (uire I No patent
medicine or book busine&s bull } ut'cilars liivt-n.
tree, to all who en. o'C a post iie st i:np or a turee
cent piece, an J ,i id: es3 A I! .'i\RTV.''-,
Plaii'iow. N H.
Oct. 20,
DiSSv )U, i >\.
''■1HE firm of H.VLL .) .-;.\Civi:Ti - thi«> day dis-
m. solved by tmituai con-ient.
The business i.f the hnn will be sett\ 1 by J. H
Hall or E. I! iM, ^^h.■ alone nre auti'.orize I to use
the name of the firm in liquidation.
A. E. il vLL.
Fayetteville, N. P..'y 70-tf
HHDS, just received aud f"" s ile > v
JAS. G 'cook,
Oct, 27. 51-
FERI VIA.X (U’AXO, for .‘^alc l>\
Oct. 22, I8j0. .jotf
WHEAT wa\ti:d. '
fW.\NT to purchase 5,000 Bushels Wheat, i
June 25, 185(i. Iti-tf
RD G. begs to return his sincere thanks to the
• public for ihe kind patronage so'y b --
stov.'e i upon the late Firm, nnd informs them he has
liought the interest of J. S. ear, and will continue
the bu-iness in nil its branches at the old stand, under
Li.-J entire superintendenf'e.
N B All Watches left with him for repair will be
take i apart in the presence of the owuers, and the
nece-sary lep-iirs pointed out to them and a written
contract give;, for the same, which work will be war-
raoted for two years.
On hand and for sale now. the most viried arid
ch'ice (ieleotlon of t'LoCKS and other time pieces
III it h iS ever been offered to the public in N'urth Caro-
iira. w .’cn i t w.:. s- 1’. at New York prices. :in l al;.©
■w.\RK\NT I TWO years.
.\ll'lebts due o and by the late firm wi''I be paid
and re.'cived by R. D. GREEN.
-Vugust 25, 18o6. 34-tf
ALAL'i^XAt’S FOR 1S57.
rjJ^URNKii’S North i;uro in:i, nnd The Farmers’ acj
M P.lTitw'lb’. 1-. J. 11 'iLt.
new liovisoii v^tatiuos
f SIllE Subscribers have received on copsigiimnit &
A few copies of th»> New Revisal. Price >4. caih
on delivery. E J H.VLL i: .'(iX
Jan’y 21.
Narrative of tlie i^xpedition of an
American S j'i idron :o ibe Ch'na ^eas and Jaj aii
Coin Perrx, U N.ivy, w;t;i nuuieruus i.'.Uiliin;
e lited oy iiev l>r F L Hmvks
.\.so, fu-iiier supp i.-s oi .i.rr, i!e^t:'s Novels. M;n
Murray’s i'raveis ugfi the U. S ; 'lit'.lieli’i Ir»-
veiler's Guide; Stee! i'wui, ^c.
E, j. ilALL j SON
Aug 12.
FOR s.waZ
fj'HE Subscriber wisncs to seil the large bwe'.iiDg
i and ;^ot on the Ci rntr of Gillespie and Kusieli
Streets, at present occupied by .'Ir. Henry Eranv ert,
Ternii rea.^ona'fio. E. J. H.\LL
~ Ja.VS3^"J ]L^W REP0RTs7 VOL 2.
'*'|''ilE subscribers have for sale, th* 2d volume of th
i Reports of Cdste in the Supreme t’uurt o'
North Carolina, by il •' Jones, Esq. Ju»t publii'iied
-Also, Sapr-.'me Conrt Fieports generally, and i.ther
Law Bjo'.;?. E. J. HALE i: SnN,
njio Hits ^irrivcdl
^ ^ II i-.’ G re .t Iroti W’heel Examined.” by I’uraor.
Browniow, ^^rice $1 00, just rec'd, i’uai&gi
oil it by I'jMi: IS . 3 Cl
A’s.', u f'jw u.ore
Pars .ri Gr.ives.
Or3 it Iron Wheel,’’ b»
VLL persons indebted t  the firm of W F 4' E. F
Moore, nre requested to come f. rw ,ri .'in I make
'ayment. as their Copartni-rsbip ce.ised cui the 1st of
March, 'v K. E F. ,\IO HIE.
June G, l‘‘5t). \ -tf
The Furniture and Fixtures of the Fay
etteville Hotel for sale.
^I'^IIE subscribers having fully determined to sell
2 the above named Property, now offer it to an en
terprising man upon liberal terms.
This Hotel enjoys a large custom from the adjoining
counties and from the traveiling public, with a pros
pect of futnro increase. What it has done and is now
doinir can bo seen by any one wishing to purchase re
ferring to oar books.
The situation of the building is such that it com
mands the gre.ater part of the custom coming to and
passing through this place.
For the amount of capital invested, there is no bu
siness that a person could en;:age in that would pay as
well. J. H. ROBERTS & TO.
Sept 11, 185i). 38tf
Aorth Caro!ilia Headers.
^51'lHE I':, ier^ijna 1 ...-c picp.ire 1 to furni'h. wh:Ie-
JL 5. e .^:.d :pO!i very favcrable Ur-.t. to
T.?; -h-Lc.'k Fed
tue:: - of » s’il t'.l s \
- I. ,''' 5 . Illd by t HOFKS.'UU lll'EB\Eli,
of tije L'u ol N :t.i C.irioina. litid N. j
Calvin 11 W;'*.f; l.sq Su;iertiiteridet;t d' L' ti-
mou Scho'^i*. E. J H.\LE \ SON.
Fall and \V inter Goods.
J. 4* T. ii\uiaui,
4 RE n«w receiving t'aeir Fall and Winter G"0rS
consisting of a large and well selected stock uf
Blacksniitluy 'Fur-
pentine Tools,
Agricultural Im
Boots and Slices.
Hats and Caps,
Saddlery and Lea
Heavy articles iii
the Drug line,
Ready-made Clo
thing, and
Staple i)ry (joods
C. Thomson
For llavwood nia.l liOck«ville.
'I’^HF, Brothers’ .'■’ BoJit t’ornpany, from a'l 1 a*'ter
I thi> d.iy, will run a Ste imer once a week, twice
a week, or once in two week.-* a-; the bu>i:nes« m iy de
mand—between the above (loints and Fayetteville and !
Wilmington. * '
July 10, 1850 20tf
[S now receiving a large and complete STOCK OF
G0Ol»S in his I.iie. viz;
lllTN, ( IPS. illlllTS l\l) SHOES,
In all varieties, which he offers for sale at low prices
for 6^i>“C.VSH, or to prompt paning cuslomert.
He returns his thanks to his customers for their
liberal patronage, and solicits a continuance of the
same. J. (\ THOMSON,
Market Square,
.“ieptcmber 3, 1856. 3otf
Sheet Iron, I
iron Wire. ■
Zinc, and Tin Ware and Stoves of various i
pattern*. By
Market .''quare.
Sept. 24. .!•_>.
Fttipdtcrillc Cnniilf Mdnitfactory.
^■'IHE .sub.scriber still continues to manuf.-cture n
■ superior article of plain and fancy CAN I lES
at the old stand. (No. 5, Green street, ^ doorsNor:h,
of the Market House,) where he would be happy to
see his old friends and customers.
March 1, 185;i. 7;3tf j
The ( trc'th’sl Jnvcniinn r*f the ■
Having purclrised the e.'celusive right for the |
Sttite of North t’aroiiin of (;H\R’.'^ 'l At’HlNE
IJLAR FORM.S IN WOOD, 1 offer the .Machine to the |
,'Ianufacturers of this St.ate as the most perfect and 1
effective ever invented to work irregular forms in I
wood. It has been thoroughly tested, and can perform !
the labor of ten to fifty men in the most complicated
kinds of work.
It can do handsomely and rapid!}’ all irregular and
carved work, such as Circular and (lothic Sashes .and
Doors, Brackets and Scrolls, Tracery and .\rches of the
most difficult patterns. Cabinet W'are and Furniture,
Carriages, Rail Roail Cars, Chairs, Millwright and
Factory work, Ship and Boat Building, Agricultural
Implements, Block Letters, Picture and .Mirror Frames,
and Patterns for .Machinery. In fact, work Huch as no
other Machine has ever done before.
I am prepared to sell single and County' Rights, and
to furnish Machines.
JOSEPH R, BLOSSOM, Proprietor.
Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 25, 18>ti. 52-Um
^■IHE public are respectfully invited to examine our
*- new Stock of
Brussels, Tapestry & Ingrain Carpetings.
e hive on hand 50 Rolls ns.;nrted stylos and qna'itie«.
-0 do 3-4, 4 4, G-'4 & 8-4 Oil Cloths.
\ and Tufted Rugs. Cocoa and .Ala«'ant .M.its,
with our usual stock of House FurnistiingGoods, &.c. &c
Groceries of every kind, II.VRDW.VRE & CUTLERY,
&c., at wholesale or retail.
Oct. 18, 185G. 49tf
This Stock we are prepared to Job or Retail.
Fayetteville, Oct. 2 4, -l^tf
We a-ik the I’l inters nnd Turpentine men to ex
amine our Kerseys, Negro Blankets, Hats at;d >h'ei
^■IIIE Undersigned has been appointed .Agcrt o.
Ji- the North (Jarcliiia .Uutual Liic Insuraucc
pany. Every lucinber for life participates iu tLi I'l’O-
tits of the Company; aU',1 the annual preui;um I' f
life membership, where it amounts to or nuro,
may be paid one-hall' iu cash, and the other hai. in
a note at 12 months.
Debtors’ lives may be insured by creditors.
may insure his own life for the exclusive bv-nelit
his f’amily The lives of slaves may be insured.
This system is rapidly growing into favor, all over
the civilized world It is one by which a faniuy. r
a small sum annually, may be provided for, altvr th»
death of its head, on whose e.'tertions they may ba'*
been dependent for a support. It is a good investment
of money, even it one should live long after ta»iii(?
out a Life rolicy. Explanatory pamphlets, t:.#
necessary Blanks, furnished on application.
A S I wish to tnove West. I wish to sell mv Farm
» on the G ipe Fear River, on the South side of
C:ipe Fear a mile or two below Rockfish Creek, con
taining some 60J) to .\cres of very fine River
L in is. On the Farm there is a good orchard, and
Buil lings of .ill kinds to live in. \’c.
Also my ci.\W MlLLon Rocktish, (late II. McNeill’s.)
Also 180 Acres l.aiids joining the same.
Mr. E. H Evai.s will show these Lands and Mills
to any one wishing to purchase, and also give the
‘^'■"‘3 , WM. A. EVANS.
Oct. I8.5ti. 4Htf
Second Fall & Winter Stock of Goods,
To which they call the attention of Merchants
making their purchases in this market
Oct. 10, 18 iG. 48-tf
Benton’s Tiiirty Years in the U. S.
Senate. A further supply of 1st and 2d volumeB, just
reoeiTed. fi. J. HALE & BON.
ijJTARR & W ILLI,\.»IS are now receiving a very large
STOCK, embracing every thing in the Dry Goods
line with ^ n J
Hats, Caps, l>oots. Shoes, Silk and
Straw Bonnets, I'mbrellas. and
Ready-Made Clothin»i, ^'c.
Waich they will .sell CHEAP for Cash or apjiroved
at WHOLESALE only. We invite Merchants
visiting this market to esamine our stock.
August 27, 185G. ;i4tf
fVegro Clotliing.
Now receiving
November 17, 1856. 57,f
Biofrraphical Sketch of Henry A.
^ ise, with a History of the I’olitical Campaign in Vir
ginia ia 1855, by J«nn68 P. Uambleton, M. D.
£. J. HALE Si SON.
Aug. 21.
V aluable Property for sale.
ISI I.NG to loc.ite lu (he country. I oUfi i>.r
w W s.ile the following v.-ilu.ible propert\; The {>''*■
mises on which I now live, containing 9 .acres,
in the north east of the town of Pittsl'oro , witu »
never faiiing spring of good water and 2 acres of fii'S*
rate meadow land. The buildings are a three story
frame dwelling house—including the basement, »
double porch iu front and an ell and piazz i iu,
containing seven large rooms with fire places. nei;ro
house, siii'.ke house. vV' : y^irl and giiden—i.i ne.tly
paled in; the t>alanet; niid‘.;i' a gooil leiice with suii.c
5o select young truit tre. s. One other lot cont lininff
1^ acres on Saiiribuiy street, which has o*i it a MJb®
two story Ir.irued d>velliug house with 5 rooms «itb
fire pl.aces, 2 kitciiens, smoke house, dairy, corn crib,
stables, Ac., all well enclose'l. These lots are certain
ly- the most desir.ible situations in or near Piitsboro.
being of a grey soil and clear of mud in winter. Two
other J acre lots fi-onting each other on Sal-'sbury
street, on which my SnutU aud Caitiage Shops'l-
The buildiniTs arc one large two Htory wood and p.-iJut
shop, and one two story trimming and varnishing
shop, one lA f-tory lumber house, one carriage or sbeJ
house 1/U feet long, and two smith shops, with a ne'er
failing well of good water, with a pump >n the yar i.
One trac^ of land couiaining 220 acres on the Greens
boro’ load. 4 miles from Pittsboro’, all wood land,
lying very level and clear of rock, well adapted to the
growth of corn, wheat, tobacco, oats, Ji:c., with a ne\ r
failing spring of gooJ water. One tract of 20 icn-s
IJ miles from town, all thickly timbered and fertile.
I have aiso on hand a large assortment of Ash, I’op'
lar and llickury lumber, with from .S80t-> to
worth of Carr>age ’rrltumings, 0 sets of Smith l"' ^i
a large lot of Woo I Painting and Trimming T"'' »
qUAiitity of Paints and Oils, Paiut .Mills, •''lul?.
brushes, \c. 1 w i.i sell at 1 educed prices. .Viiyi ^f'
son wishing to carry on the Carnage making i.uMiies'S
will do weil to call and ex.itnii.e the prop-rty, as a
bargain can be Tne terms; One-third Ca^>ll or
likely young Negroes, iho balance on time to muiI lue
If the above named property is not disposed of t»y
the 25th of November n»*st, it wiil on that iay be so.
or leased out with a large lotot ue-%- Buggies. Barou-he«.
Kuckaways, 'Aarons, ai.d 8 -Mults aiiii ilorses, ''itu a
variety of other property not Iiere mentioneJ.
^ ^ ' • W. i). klilKSLi.
Pittiboro’.N. 0., Aug. 2ith, 1850,

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