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LETTERS is published in the
by authority of an Act of Congress, which
provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper
Jiiirc!) Enm 1800.
- - ' SIIEBTTF LINCOLN COCSTT.
fj-Ve are authorized to announce Mr.
.In tin T. MotloWt a candidate for Sheriff
of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec -
(fcJ-.Ve are authorized to announce Mr.
Tiir HI. Alexander, a candidate for
Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March J
fj-Te are authorized to announce Mr.
M asc 1 Crnse, a candidate for Sheriff of
Lincoln Cjanty, at the next March Election.
CIRCUIT COURT Ct.EIUC MSC0I.S C0USTT.
CO- ,Y are autnonzca i
are authorized to announce Mr. ic.
. Wood ird, acandidare ir uircuii uoun,
J i r j il n ,.f- .t t. nt March
IMerk of Lincoln County, at the next iiarcn
. . v
Election..- ' ,-
fC7We are authorized to announce wr.
luniot It. r!i;lco.it. a canaiaaie ior
I Curt Clerk of Lincoln County, at
tha next March Election.
COCJTT COtTRT CLF.RK LINCOLN COrNTT
: rrr- Wi authorized to announce
RK5ISTEH LINCOLN C0ITNTT.
"Qy-W are authorized to announce Mr.
D iiiiel J. Wiiittinston, candidate
fr Riiiter of Lincoln County, at the next
M Arch Election. ,
TXUSTES LINCOLN COTTNTT.
Oy- Wi are anthorized to announce A. S.
Itnlo1jb. Eti., a candidate for Tnwtee
of L'n-)ln County, at the n-xtM.irch Elsction.
fj5" We are author? ii to announce Win.
IVeIl Eq., a candidate for Trustee of
Liucola County, at tha next March Election.
rVyA'.rertisements are inserted in tha or
dr in whijh they are handed ;n.
ftf" AdviTtUenwntsuittstbe handed intothe
0!n:e by T uilvj Mirninj, to insure an appear
ance in the following Pajwr.
- Neallj-Printed Blanks.
Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed
and foT sale at ourdosk iheip.
3" A .Request Easily Granted. 3
Cy-Persons purchasing articles advertised in
r columns, willconfera favor by mentioning j
that they saw the advert.iscmont in the i
For Rent -
Tin first story, and cellar, of the
Observer building. For terms3etc.
npply at this office.
. Ths paper on which the Obssrvcr is
Irinted to-day, is of a better quality
thin any th it we have hid lately. It
cam? from Louisville, Kentucky, and
i l ' ,Wr
A, I11 r V r tr at th ,Mxt March -""S 3S t0 b ima aI1 attemPtS at D3- perhar. more familiar than any other at the nesd Cowan's Vegetable Lithontriptie.in most
,rk of L.ncolu Count, , at the next March . , , - . bed-s,de of sickness, in this country Know- of t casc, for ufhich ig reCommenued, and
Eevr . f'w,i.lto announce Col g tStima"e0n dl'ln- DeXt ,S the unprecedented popularity of Lwmedi- tm v to ,ay that it has baJ the 'mwt
rfP? caniiU f!rO,un"v j week, We h0P3 to have Something def- j Cl"8aDtthfie ,m,menSe 8? f tbeVei -ftd ' beneficill effects, and would recommend it to
Eli f.. ,? r ' Intv at the next 1 L ' expected to find him a mill.onare, and roll.ng , he Affugted WorlI) as one of tha safest aTid
f!.mrt C ork of Lincoln Ooanty, at tue nexi . .:- in wealth. But no. we foundhim m hislabo-k i, ' i. i
01 COUrso uis .cuaw 13 -V in obtaining all the money he needs for the 1e
hiffllT than We have hitherto paid, 'gitim ate purposes of trade. As to the general
i r n 'condition, in a financial point of view,of the
This additional expense Wa CheenuIIyjhole region of country trading to this place
i. i , w -a t:niicriA it was never better, nor can we well see how
." ' - it could be better.
miny ' friends Will aid US in enlarging The immense Wheat crop raised has, for
V. , , , the most part, been sold at high prices, and
OUr Circulation, and thUS tO Some eX-, t5ie rroceCli3 distributed through the country.
tent bS&et tho additional expenditure. Cotton-The market i more depressed than
n.aw v-w i-uv r we hare seen it before during the present sea-
KoW, is an important period in th? son. But little has come in during the week.
. ' . , . . j We could hear of no sales yesterday, and pre-
wond s history, and every intelligent ; Bume tnat 7 , c u tbe highest figure that would
l K Ir.f.ir.ml f Via .'T-'bava been given for a choice article. It is
man should bo informed ot the Cur- MnK whether any arge amount
rent events of the day. In Kansas, could have been disposed of at that price.
.. . ,11. ii i Corn is worth 40j bushel delivered here,
th3 abolitionists haVC brDUgUt milters convenjent points on the river the pur-
- m.;?JP.a.ifin ln hppn ,na - .i -
IV Vll-3t-J llUCliI
guritd there! News from that quar
ter is looked for with intense interest
r!frrpc In assembled. and:in firet liandsfor sale. . The purchases made
Logress lia3 j Jsu as.emuieu, , d fojtbe useof
lllis Session is destined to bo One 0f:MilK:rs, some of whom having put off laying
the most important convened
-The great Eastern War
in progress, and every one should be. market, the shipments now made are chiefly
. . " ., TT , i, , 'on Millers' account. We havenochange to
aUVlS?U as 10 1C U e sn m itUtt uui
rulers M!y posted op th 11
of interest on these subjects, and we
. . , 1 i r u U
tha i take especial care to iurnisn the
verv-latest reports of the markets
vtV ia,JJV t
domestic artd loreigll.
We ' intend to make our sheet, as
hereto for?, both" useful and interesting
to our readers, and we rely upon our
subscribers and friends to aid us in
extending its circulation. '
ot Mr. Raho-
ii ii fV5l cross, and 6 on the hooks.
teau Call On ail uioo iuucucv -
f l o-nrt Atfpntinn
C0m3 lOrwaru uaa acuwvj.
to this will save cost, certain.
Mr. E. JIT. RinjoM another col
umn, notiSes all persons owing him
to com forward and settle by th3 1st
Aeat afber thorn, without fail. -Fair
Nothing T done in Congress yet
Th3 IIoas3 has not yet effected an
rgmizition. Up to th 7th, there
had b33a twenty-three billotings for
Speaker yet no election,
j- g. nr are agents f0t
i the" Little Giant
It 13 light Cin be
me ianner J
U short tin.?, then adjusted aad
grinds feed meal from ear corn, with a
degree of ease and expedition unex
celled. Call and see it '-
Warrants and Frnit 0
Mil, Moor a 5 Wrig7it wish to
buy a large ' stock of Land Warrants
ami Th-irl Fruit for which the hitrh-
, , . vi i 0
CSt market pnee Will ue gnen. oee
LAlVll CWU J t. A aU&l aau i
jTo Correspondents ;
Answers to Enigmas in last week s
Observer '"George Gordon Byron,"
jand "Fayetteville Observer.'
, Ko additional
returns from this
' Anf s:nrA Ar W Wft RiinnrtSft
j -v- i t
ii i i l u 't i
i j be Considered in.
T. . , T r nnn t it i
T, i l i, IT OOTll-l
: n stanUS tllUS: liamS, UOOJ DUUOCK,
Ob; llumphre3, O.
T-v a i ii riii ii
hpnrn nriirr nnrrc nt Tno nn. no
h' w -v fMw-f Ww
returns C0m3 in SO slow, and SO SCat -
n IVn i fr n 111 II P O f
J. (IL tf III lyUllllllULo
Washington, Dec. 4.
Governor Shannon yesterday tele
graphed the President for aid to sup
press the outbreak between the pro
and anti slavery parties of Kansas.
The Fresideut immediately ordered
troops from the nearest points to pre
Independence, Djc. 3, P. M.
There is great excitement all
through this upper countr', and
overwhelming numbers are pouring
from c r (i!rection in the countrv
10 SUStaiQ the IriWS.
Gen. Lane 13 entrenching him?elf
and throwing up breastworks. He is
also burning beacon lights, which
can be seen twenty-five miles from
Liwrence, and bids defiance.
E&t aiiirluis-'-Xnffst Mts
Monetary and Commercial Our money
market is entirely easv. I be Hanks are in a
sound, healthy condition, and willing and ready
ta discouutall the good real transaction paper
offered thsm. No business man, of estab-
'lished character and credit, bas any Uiriiculty
,chaaernDdin?8ack8 - &aies were maae yester-
chaser finding sacks.
dav on those terms.
Wheat is lower than at the beginning of the
week. A prime article now will net command
more than 1 50. There is r.o great amount
in inoir snppucp, are uo in mc um mi, ohu
through their agent, W. II. Gordon, giving the
. T ' 1 I . 1. .1
ma!.e in oar qaotat;ODS. We therefore repeat
Groceries The market continues dull. In
j tba forspart of the week w IL Gordonsold
: on the wharf so bbi MoWs at 35c; and
lot of Sugar at CL.c for fair for fully fair
7c. Tbe grades this season, it will be re-
' collected, are below thoss of the last season.
' Chnttanoogra, Tenn
j Bacon There is none in market, ner will
there be any until the new is prepared.
Corn is in demand, buyers are plenty, and
are paying from 40 50c f? bushel, according
to quality. We are not prepared to say what
will be the price of corn. Some think it will
bo high later in the season; but the crop is
abundant. . Daily purchases are made at. the
llATSWe notice sales of large lots at 5
th ndh8V,ben shipped on the cars.
Lard is worth 12c for No. J, and nothing
less. . '
Wheat Buyers are paying here $1 00(3
1 53, exclusive of sacks; shipments continue
hcavv. .' ' '" " -
CharJeston, S. C .
Otton The market is very sick and prices
drooping. Sales to-day 400 bales at c.
Bacon There has been a retail demand for
sides, which are very scarce, and have been
c11iftrdurinffthe week at prices ranging from
15016c. W e have no transactions w. rejiun
in shoulders, prices for which are nominal.
Good hams are worth 1416c. ;
Wheat Red $1
rSOl 90; White $29
2 25. 1 ' .
Bacon The market is exhausted.
Hos and Beeves There is a good demand
-mere a goou --
for shoats averaging about S1W lbs. ana irom
raiuer mors in ucuiiuu,uu1.i...-.fc
tle has advanced.' A choice lot would com
mand from 55fc.
New Orleans. Iv
. oti 72....cornoo. .sur74....Mo-
lasses 32J . . .Whh,ky, raw, 420.
(done.... Hogs firm at $6 50(26 60. ...Mess
USediIork firm t $16 50. ... Whisky 3131
"j Groceries firm and unshanged.
j Peof. "Wood's , Hair . Restobativk. The
testimony of all who have thoroughly tested
the virtues of this celebrated article, is, that
it will restore the gray, and the balu, eradicate
diseases of the Scalp, preserve the hair . from
falling, and preserve the color, perfectly to ex
treme old age. It is now put up both With
and without sediment. See advertisement.
October. .. .
'of the Richmond Republican
of Dec 24th
T,r- . .
;1852, say that Carter's Spanish Mixture is no
They bad a man in their press Toom who
wa3 afflicted with violent Mercurial Rheuma
tism, who was continually ' complaining of
misery in the back, limbs and -iointsi-t-his
joints had become feverish and mattery; neck
swollen, throat sore, and all the symptoms of
Rheumatism, combined with Scrofula. Two
bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixt ure cured him,
and, in an editorial notice a3 above, they bear
testimony to its wonderful effects, and say
their only regret is, that all suffering with dis
ease of the blood are not aware of the exist
ence of such a medicine. They cheerfully re-
' tornmsnd it
. . , ' .. . . ,, ' ,
be their certificate, and notice m full around
thfilttl rn Rim
i ----- ... , I JVi W ALU.
- ; - " '
In this mammon-wirshippinz Aie. it is
I rare to find a man place his usefuluess to the
! public, before his interest. During a late visit
LU kUO vyiiT "ji oiunaies' we were nrPKenLea
1 a Psional fnend, to - the celebrated
wu viiiu, aaKU i 4 v ; r" w
ratory, busy with his laborers, among his cru-
cibles, alembics, and r-torts giving his best
personal care 10 ine comnounas, on me virtues
t .1 . .
of which lhousans bang for healrti.. We
learned, that notwithstanding his vast business,
an 'ts PromI,t returns in cash,t'e Doctoi1 is not
jrich. The reason assigned w. that the mat r'al
is costly, and he persists in m iking his prepara
tions so expensively, that the nett profit is
small. American Farmer, Phil.
Dec. 6 lw.
V. TTn.it . r t:.i . i i
n, r Hi To.v, , ';....fi." .'vL.V
v uaiuai'ii, airj j icvnuucn a uii-ii
our most valnabl medicines. Incasesof Dys
pepsia it acts like magic, strengthening the
tone of the stomach, stimulating the digestive
powers, and giving ruddy health to thVcheek
and brightness to tha eye. There are thou
sands in this community who can testify to
their virtues, and thousands will hereafter add
their testimony. Sae advertisement.
Dec. 6 2w.
In this county, Mr. Stephen Cole and Miss
Sabah Ann Leatherwood.
In this county, Mr.
James Mims and Miss
Jclia Ass Wells. . .
In this county, Mr. John H. Hctcheuson
and Miss Maeqabet E. Meeks.
In this place, Sunday, 9th inst., of typhoid
fever. Miss Bettie, daughter of Mr. Charles
Edmonson, aged 12 years.
In this vicinity, Friday, 7th inst., of typhoid
fever, Miss Faxst, only daughter of A. J.
and Mary Ann Carloss, aged 14 years.
Short was her pilgrimage, brief was her stay;
Like a rose of the Springtime, past quickly
L'ke a rose's sweet perfume her spirit hath
Back to God, who but lent them their beau
tiful one. "
Like a rose in the Springtime; when winter is
Yonr Fanny all blooming shall wither no more,
In perennial bowers, fresh blooming above,
You'll meet your lost darling, the rose of j our
love. - A Friend.
In this county, Tuesda?, 4th inst., of ty
phoid fever, Mr. Kenneth A. McKeszie,
aged 22 years.
In this county, Fridsy, 7th inst., of typhoid
fever, Mr. Samuel Collins. .;.
In this county, Monday, 10th inst,; an in
fant of Mr. Harvey Gray.
' LL those indebted to rae by
Note or Account, if not set
tled by the 1st of January-
next, may expect to be called on by an Agent,
as longer indulgence cannot .be given. .
Dec. 13. 1855 td. E. M. RINdO.
WE want 2.O0O tsh-
' 1 els Dried Fruit, for which
will cirethe highest market price.'
NEIL, MOORES & WRIGHT
Dec, 13. ' ;
THE claims of J. B. Rabo
teau, in my hands as Trus
tee, will be sued on by the ICth day of
January, 185S, without respect of per
sons, as the. business must be closed. ' Call and
pay and save Cost this includes all Accouuts
madethisyear. , ' . '
FOCB HASDSOMK Tor B0GGiES AND WtO
Harness and one second-hand Carriage, lor
sale cheaper than ever.
C C McKlNNEY, Trustee
Dec. 13 td! of J. B: Rabotean.i
TJURSrjANT to an order of the Clerk of
X 'the Connty. Court of. liincola lyounty,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of the Adminstra
trr of the estate of Aaron HIcDoiisal.
deceased, of the insolvency bf said decedent's
state, notice is hereby given to all per-
eons having claims against said estate to present
them to the Clerk of said County bourt propr
.... nn tne lsl Mollt.
'"muinfn. rata distribd
. - ti . t i TT"T RiMS Arlm'r.
Nov. 29, 13S5-4t. ' 1 " l
WE want $5,000 worth Land
id " j '
IT Warrants, for which we w
give the LWhest prices. ; ;
, . J IKE1L, MOORES & WRIGHT
Dec, 13, 1855. . -. ; a -v ; J
-' Positktlj tie Latt Notice.
rTlIIE business of SonHi-
worth. Hlorsan AlVril,
has not all been closed un. Some JE".
of the claims hare long been due, while a few
will not be due until the 1st of January next,
and as Mr. rveil has been dead about eighteen
months, the Administrator and the non-resident
partner, insist on an early sett'ement of
the business. For this and other reasons we
have determined to place every Note not paid, by
the 15th of January, 1855, in the bands of an
officer for collection.' We give due and time
ly notice, and all those who have not paid by
' u1" iueuuoiieu, majr. juur, tut au vmici i,u
call, for one will be certain to do it
The Notes are all , in the hands of
W. A. South worth. c ' - - ..
; ! A. W , SODTHWOBTET, ' .
! ' '-" w Surviving Partners.'
- r , JAS. R. BRIGHT. -
Adra'rof N. F. Neil, dee'd.
Fayetteville, Dec. 6, 1833 td.
WE want all the Dried Fecit in
Lincoln county, for which we
will pay the highest market price in
Goods or discount Apples 27 fis.
Peaches 37 tbs. to the bushel.
W. & A . S0UTI1W0RTII.
Dec. 6, 1855. ' - '
VEG ETA ULE EITIIOXTRIPTIC
i i t . rt ti rn rt
;JoH, H. Cowan Z)ir Sir:
vation. ITaving for many y?ars done, a coc-
sidera,,e tfce in the cfironlc Diseases of
tv o.i rtcf .nnmVA T;1
. Eomediw-I am of the opinion that Cowan's
jjedicine is the most reliable as well as the
I moot luuoLCiii, i jis eiieuis uu iiiesgcuorsii M S'
tem. i R. G. WEDDCsGTON. M. D.
To my aqnaintances and the community at
large I. T. Wheeler, certify that 1 have an
extensive knowledge of the efficiency and
! utility of Cowan's Yeqrtalle Lithontriptic in
I curing the diseases for which it i rccommrnd
ed, and also that I am personally acquainted
with many of the gentlemen whose names are
subscribed to certificates of the great and un
! riv1!ed curer9,,ir Prformmg, and know them
known Mr. Cowan for several years, and know
him to be one of the first order of men, and i
with an unimpeachable character. - Therefore
I cheerfully recommend to those suffering with
any urinary disease to give Mr. Cowan's Li
thontriptic a trial. -.
J5For sale by McElrov. McKinney & Mil
ler, Fayetteville; and by Druggists generally
throughout the S'ate. .
Nov. 13. 1355 2ia,. : ""''
. -". : i 1
HATS, fSA'I S.
CENTS' Surer Ex Mole Hats:
VJT " " " fineCassdo;
' latest style;
. . Men's Soft Ca?s Shanghai; ' . .
" Saxony -u ' ' J
" '",. Hungarian;
" Pearl Merino Hats;
. Boy's Pearl Saxony "
" Black . "
Pearl Shanghai "
" Cloth Caps;
V Plush do;
Mens fine Otter Caps; . .; .
" Cloth and Plcsh do;
Childs "Velvet Turbans;
Boys red trimmed Star do;
, Bine Navy Caps:
Lady's Riding Hats, new stvlc; for sale
Oct. 25. JOHN GOODRICH.
lUM il i
7 1 11j unilersiirneu is
now receiving and opening atnis Store,
on the West side of the Public Square, in the
town of Fayetteville, Tcnn., direct from the
Atlantic Cities, one of the most desirable stocks
Fall & Winter Goods
ever opened in this market. These goods
were purchased by an experienced buyer, who
has displayed much taste in , their selection,
and at a time when goods had considerably
declined, which enables me to offer great in
ducements to solvent buyers. In calling the
attention of the public to this stock, he does so
with the assurance that he is now able to com
pete with any stock in the West, as to price
and quality. " Having troubled his friends and
customers so often With long advertisements,
he will close this by returning his renewed ob
ligations to his old inends and customers, lor
the many favors' received at their hands, and
trust by strict attention to business to merit a
continuance of the same. ' .
Oct. 25. 1855. , -; JOHN GOODRICH.
FINE Black, Blue, Brown and Drab
, Cloths, Cqr Doeskin Cassimere for
Overcoating, Plain and Black Doeskin
Cassinieres for rants, 1 weeds and Kob-
roysan colors. Super brk and . plain
striped and figured Satin Vesting?, and
something entirely new in the way of .
Vesting which cannot fail td please w hen vou
see it don't take toy .word but see for your
selves. Overcoating, Flannel Shirts and Draw
ers, Bed Blankets, riesro do, , blue, green and
clouded Blankets; and many other articles too
numerous to mention, all of which will be sold
exceedingly low by
Oct. 18.' . . : T. C. GOODRICH :.
1 M ORE Antique Satin
IT A Brocade and Plaid Poult
Soie, White More Antique
: ' Plaid " - : " ' ' " s.
Striped and Plaid Delaines, all wool;
" - Solid ' r . " '
Black Shalleys; : - -' '; ' ''. ;;.'
. Fancy '
French Merinos, all colors j , ,
English . " M..
Super Black Bombazine; - 1
High col'dcom. DeLaines; new style
Blk Alpacca, all grades; , ; . ..
Lady's Cloaks richly trimmed; V . ' ,
" . "Blk and Fancy Cloaking:.'"'.
" ", Cashmere, V.;.; '
: Kiel Printed ' ; -',
Crape and The1et Shawls;' , - .
Black and Plaid '. '.. ' i -Spanish
Delwg'e for horse riding Dresses;
Jaconet and Dotted Swisses; -
Tiimifv f.nn!T nintb. etc'
. Lady Merino Vest and Zephyr Sieeves,
All of which are for tale at his usual low prices,
by ' I0ct. 23. JOHN GOODRICH.
" I -i hula trt CMtilv tnat I iispjI nr PfinRfi.-l Tn tw
Silks: i. cf j?
ii mi mi mi i in Miami mm mi 'w'txKAts'J!-V-A!ta.xMiu jE8ferjKKjgMBM!wja.jufc
'hi' w; J-a-W 3.'- 7Y Coit,h?S:ii:inel roS;r, msrriea
f -:; 'f ' 114 t'.Z J AND1' -,fl ' ili (I.tUii) iar KiojH-r .cou,' Miw., '
i iIfsrJ-I?J T stacf to m.'.ve to Arkan.ih ..! 157-7, il
feCT, A i "' ' ".T"- ,:i I Acting thwif, ;h.,,.,nT r,c,rfcd,'and'
0nm 'fi' fl T K-'VrT" thewi.d,,,,ewSMii.
teblftm : ; : Phased the S-,ire an I. DU:0g p - M rri "T
WMPlir occupy hy R -P. Shnpirl. ArkW ,!Secorv. ' V J ' V
S-Vm. alhasopenel a 4Yw $Ukf FA ni 11 inter . t. ' ,., '-IJOIIS- FOWI.XR
do. Jons bull.
r SOMETHING .
NEW; AND VALUABLE.,
Tht moct powerful King on the face of tbe globe r.om '
reigns sopreuie in the Amertaan Republic. Tbe power
of die crowned besdi of Europe sink into inaifuificaae
when compared to oat American Kim. '
JCaropean kings employ ttie powrr vested in them to
' Increase the riches of tbe rich and lordly, aud to mtace
to greater misery and degradation, the poprand depend- -'
enc ear American King gnea forth witb-eqoai willine;- '
. Dess to the lordly mavion and he humble caJuM. reedy ' .
. alike to administer relief, and to offer health and bappi '
nen to the lofty and lowly, the rjcb and the poor.
; i DR. JOHN BULL'S : '
AMERICAN KCTG OF FAIN
Is the Tnrra Woitdss or Tm Woain, and the greateei
blewing eeer Offered to afflicted humanity ; to to suf
fering millions, the Doctor can ny, relief is at jour ecra-
' anand. Too hare only to ose this magical remedy. ' All :
those who sriU snflrr. and will not accept the proffored
Balm, deserre not the pity of their feoiilie.
This wonderful medicine, daring the brief period ilnee
Its iotrodnetion. has carried happiness to the hearts of -thousands,
and made life anara to many who hereto
fore regarded it only ai a painful and miserable exist-
enos. ' --' - - j - ' - ' - '
To tbe winds with all Liniments, Embrooatioas, Pain
Killers, and Palo Xxrraetors, soi let billion of glad
tongue proclaim the merits of the great "American
f King of pain," a preparation composed solely of vege
tables and roots, produced by America's own rich and
We wonld ask the Ladies, who are always competent
. judges of what is and what is not a valuable family med
fcine. to dons a special favor by giving the King of Pain
.' a tingle trial, and if satijfaotory, exert their intlaenca
in its behalf, recommend it, speak well and often of it,
and see that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. Thj
Ladies are always charitable, and when they indue their
suffering friends to ose this really valuable medicine,
they will be doing an act of benevotence that they can
weU be proud of. This is a powerful and truly-magical
remedy for all external dueaee. sores, swelling, burns,
tie., and for many internal afflictions ie a certain care,
yet k is perfectly harmless, and incapable of producing
tlie kast injurious effects in, tbe most dejicato cases or
the weakest constitution i .1
It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out .
aysteja of publishing to the public thousands of oertifi
'rares of wonders performed by this mmiicine. It costs
but twenty-fire cents to try it, aud Ur. Hull stake hiv
well earned reputation on the King of Pain doing all
- and more than he claims for it.
W would ask have you the Rheumatism or Gout ;
these are not pleasant companions, and we know that
you aould like to drive them away ai soon as possible,' -
' then tisa
BCIX'3 KISQ OF PAIM."
. Would vou be cured almost immediately of Bowel
Complaint, Dysentery. Summer Complaint, Cholera mor
bus, ('ramp, Coiie, Head Ache, Tooth or any other acne
. or pain, the remedy is simple and the core certain.
CSS THIS GBJCAT BONO Of PALY. .
Wouki you have your Sores, Swellings, Cuts, Burns,
Scalds, llruises, or any other wounds healed, w repeat
It, use th
, MAGICAL KrNQ OF PADf.
, Would you be cured of Scald Head, Stiff Joints, 8or .
Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Brext, Lumbago, Tetter or King
Worm, Salt Kbeum. Bites of Poisonous Insects, Chapped '
Hands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, w
aay again and again Toca rskidt is Dr. John bull a
"KISQ OF PAIS." .
Would you he cured of King's Evil, Cancer, Tumors,
Eruptions, or any disease of the Skin caused by bnpnr
blood, then use Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla internally, .
and the King of Pain externally, nothing can be more
Certain than a speedy and effectual euro.
DB. JOHN BUIL'S
This medicine, when used according to directions,
will cure, without fail :
Scrofula, . - .
r-., , - 'or King's Evil,"
'. '. - Cancers, Jfrnptfon -
v . the Skin, ErysipehM,
, ; Tumors, Chronic, tore Kres,
Ring Worm or Tetters, Scald Bead, ' " '
- Rheumatism, Pains in the Bones or
Joint, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of
tha Glanils, Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt Khenm.'
" Diseases of the Kidneys, Diseases arising from th
nse of Mercury, Loss of Appetite, Pain in the Side and
Shoulders. General Debility, Lumbago, Coughs, Colds,
Dropsy, Jaundice, Costiveoess, Bronchitis, Weakness of
Chest, Sore Throat, Pulmonary afflietionc, and all other
Diseases lending to produce Consumption, Liver Com
plaints. Female Irregularities and Complaints, Low
Spirits, Sick and Nervous Head-ache, N ight Sweats,
jixposurea, or Imprudence in Life, Chronic con
stitutional Diseases, and a a Spring bnd
Summer Drink, and General Tonic far th
System, and a Gentle and Plraeant
forgative, It is superior to Blu
Lick and Congress Water,
. - Salts, or twidiUta
. . , Powders.
It Is a remarkable fact, that among- the hundreds of
eminent physicians wbo bat examined the recipe by
which Bull s Sarsaparilla is prepared, not one has con- 1
demned it, but all approve it, and commend it in th
highest terms. Many physicians express themselves
strongly in the belief that it is decidedly th best pre pa
ration of Sarsaparilla that has ever been placed before
the public. Although there are many physicians who
fuel a reluctance to having their names appended to th
recommendation of any particular remedy, notwith
standing they may approve of it in the highest degree;
there are others who frankly yield their support in favor
of a remedy which they know is capable of doing so
much good in an afflicted community. As an evidence,
read th following from old and respectable phvsicians,
of high standing in th community in which they lire.
CTTestimony like J following re rulers tuperfloaa
all comments on the efficacy of Ball's Snrsapariha. From
Dr. L P. Yaudall, Professor of Chemistry iu the Louis
ville Medical College s I have looked over the list of in
gredients composing John Bull's Extract of Sarsaparilla;
and have no hesitation in saying that they form a safe
compound, and one that promises well in ehronie die
cases, to which It is applicable. L. P. TANUALL M.D.
Looisvnis, Jan 6, IMS. .1 -.
What Dr. Pyte
Louisville Marine Uupitsi saja of Bull' Sarsaparilla :
3 v Locisvrua, March 20, 18(9.' -
I have examined th prescription for tbe preparation
rf John Bull's Sarsaparilla, and I believ the combina
tion to be an excellent cne. and well calculated to pro
due an alterative impression on th system. I hav
Used it both in public and private practice, and think
It the best article now in nse. . M. PTLE3, M.D.
Resident Physkiaa Louisville Jlarine Hospital
Better testimony than wa aver effereM m faTOT of any
inadicine. Kev K W. Sebon Rev. M. Stevenson :
, Losbvulb, May 20, 1819.
We have need John Bull's Sarsaparilla, and hav '
known it to be nled, with entire satisfaction ; and w
.' bare no hesitation in stat ing our belief.- that it in a saf
and valuable medical compound, and calculated to pro
due mueh good and relieve much sufi'ering; and therefor :
would cheerfully and most earnestly recommend it to th
afflicted. ... -
(Signed), 1 . J5. W. FEUOy,
.. . .,- . . X. ETKVEXiiOX. '.-
We would earnestly invite all persons who are coffer-,
big with any of the ills that flesh is heir to, to call on .
Dr. John Bull's agent and get a copy of Bull's Family
Journal gratis'; and for the sake of humanity we hop
- tbat a single individual will not be found unwilling to
git Bull's Sarsaparil la a trial after reading and- recol-
. letting, at the saw time, that it is fanpeeeibi for th '
Doctor to publish the tenth part of th number of cer
tificates of astounding care performed by his Sarapa
rilla. ' The amount of testimony voluntarily showered '
on Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla, from weU known and distin
guished individuals, both in public and private life, has
been perfectly overwhelming. 1 .
(OFFICES, KO. 1 FIFTH 6T., LOnSTILLE;
KT., AJSD KO. t COCBTLA.fOT ST., If. Y;
The above popular medicine received and
for sale by DIEMER Sc HAMPTON, Fay
etteville; JL. Jones, Lewiburg; S. B. Robi
son, MurfrecsbororDaery J llajors, Shelby
ville; A. Shook, "Winchester. Call and get
almanacs antl paniphlets free, which describe
their use. 1 Nov. 8,18531201
TT'E have this da Commenced 1
VV business in the house formerly Mss
occupied by B. W. D. Cautt, and "will keep
constantly on hand ' ."' ?
C)ffee. Oinser; ! : Bdraxi
Tea, ..! ' Pepper, ; ' Snlphnr,
L-af, Crushed Sp'ce, f4
b I'.rown Sugar, Indigo,
Salt, , : 'Copperas,
S4)da, ' Alam, "
All of which' will be
sold at the lowest
possible price for CASH; and Cash oslt! -
' We will also! ke?pana sell on time to punc
tual dealers, a full assortment of Iron, Castings,
Steel, Log, Trace,- Halter a .Fifth,; Tongue,
Breast, Stay, Lock Chains-and Stretchers.
Call and see us. C. B.'tf W. L. CABXT. :
Favettevillti Nov. 8, 1855i '
Item:.?!- JFJr!!;--- .
j Embracing every article usually kept in a Dry
He is determined to sell at the lowest fig
ures and invites an examination of his Gxds.
His assortment of . (
'embraces ll the latent and nkwest sttlss,
such as rich Black, Kiio and SLr'ned Silks.
' Fancy Silks large and small j.lais all. wool
French Merino- and C.thniires, Jluslin De
laies all qualities and -yls, and very ch-ip,
Black Bombazbies; Ii!ii:k Mohair an'd S:lk
W:trp Alpaccas.Collar, 1inli.Tsleeves, G1ts,
S;ockiiigs, R'blwn: Bo-ii.'ts. ' lilies'. Vests,
. Hdkf's, and all kind White Cods,' Prints,
Flannels, Linens, etc." Fir sale low by
: . doctor hoofland's
! CELEBRATED .
wij-L rrrEr-roti.T.T rt as; .
liter cmum, mmin, mmz, -
- . ' Ctrie Arrmttr Dtbilihj, Viit'utft nf ike
Kidneys, aud allfie'it ritin ,om 4 its..
! rdertd Liter or ?;. '
t '. CU-;;: Such ..'f-i
..:.". ... aCftati-; , : '
m ,!.'i '. f ' . T ...
v , . patrou. Inward , .
' - -- ! : Piles, Fullness, or. : '
Blood to tho Head, Ac- , : '
T " idkyof tbe Stomach, Nan- ; .
soa, Heartburn; Disgust for Food, .
: Fulluass ir Weight itthe Stomach,
S ur Eructations Siukirig, ov iluttering
at the Pit of tha Stomach, Swimming of , the
''Head,- Hurried amp' difficult Breathing,
Fluttering athe Heart, Choaking or '
Suffocating Sensationswhen in a
i ' ' 'lying Postnre, ,I;tnncss of ,
Vision, Dots f Webs-
.before the Sight, ,
" "' . PereprraJ i '.'
',: r ' ' tion," .' '
Fever and Dull rin in the Head, Yellow
ness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Cbest, Limbs, etc., Sud
; .den Flushes of Heart Burning
, in the F'.esh, Cnstant Im-
cgininjs of Evil, and
,, . . of. Spirits.
' The proprietor, in callfing the attention of
the public to this preparation, does so with a
feeling of the utmost confidence in its virtues
and' adaptation t1" the diaeases fr which it is
It is no new and untried article, but one
that, has stood the test of ateu years' trial be-
lore the American people, and its reputation
and sale is unrivalled by any similar prepara
tion extant, a De testimony in its tavor given
oy tne most prominent ana well Known 1 ny
sicians and individuals, in all parts of the
country is immense. The following from
your own State is respectfully submitted, re
ferring anr who may still doubt, to my "Memo
rabilia," or Traction! Receipt Book, for Farm
ers and Families, to be had gratis, of all the
Agents for the German Bitters. '
' Principal office ami Manufactory, 120, Arch
St.,: Philadelphia, Pa. ; : .
TCSTiMOXV FKOTI TV; CA ItOLIif A
Certificate of Dr.'lV: $it.ith, of
Piuc Iliil. Kiclimoiid Co., O.
. . rrsE Hill; March 4fli, 1834.
DilC. M.'Jacksos, : Philadelphia Dear
Sib: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in
its worst form.- for the last five years. Such
was my coudition for twelve months that the
physicians and all who saw me said I must die.
While in this condition, I was carried to the
watering places in Virginia, Tennessee and
North Carolina, but was not benefitf od by any
water to which I was taken. While on my
way home. I stopped a week at Rutherfordton.
a small village in North Carolina, to try the ef
fect of some Chalybeate water in, that place.
About the lasto'f the week, 1 went into adrug-
store to get ioma medicine for mv child and
myself. There were Several village physicians
in tho store, and one of them seemed to take
some interest in my casc; and, after asking me
some on 8 "ions, said he had been a dyspeptic.
and had been greatlv benefitted by the use cf
"Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters," prepared bv
you.andha insisted that I would try the Bit
ters. He also called the next day at my ra
and inswtcd so much that I would try the.n
that I ask od hint to g;t me one bottle. Ho did
it, and I commenced taki ngit as directed, and
I do say I was more benefitted by it than ail the
water an i medicine l Had ever taken.
After reaching ho-e, one of mv neighbors
came to rue for a , prescription and medicine,
(he a dyspeptic,) and I gave him nearly an the
Bitters I had left, which effected iriucli good in
his case. He has often called on me for more
of the same kind of niediciue, saying lie was
more benefitted by it than any other he had
taken, but I have not txian able to get any more
for him or myself since; will you. therefore,
please ship me a dozen or more as soon as pos
sible. , Respectfully vours, . W. SMITH. 4
Sold in Fayetteville, bv McElrov, McKin-
ney & Miller, and 'Robinson tt Roane, and
Doery and Majors, Shelby ville. '
sept. 20, 1355. ' . . : .,
Goodrich & :.. Iluiitcr.
THOMAS C. GOODRICH and ' trjm
SHERROD HUNTER, hav- SM
ing formed a copartnership in the jmS
Gbockht bnsiness, uuder the name ana stvle of
...GOODRICH & IIITiNXER;
Beg loai'c to inform their friends and the
public generally that they hae opened a new
and large stock of ; "
W XJ -,1
U i a. -W 'vat' k . m i U
In the room formerly occupied by R. P. Saap
ard as a Grocery store. , , ,
Their stock consists in part of the folio winy
articles, viz: . )
100 barrels Silt;,
80 sacks do;..
4,000 lbs brown Sugar;
; 1.000 " crushed do ,
r 1,000," clarified . do . ,
: COO " double refined Idaf Sri gar;
500 " common loaf :.;do
20 bags Rio Coffee; ... ... T .-.
(' 10 kcjs Toljacco; ' . ' ', ' '
". 10,000 Cigars, various brands;
- 1,000 lbs Castings; . -;
" 40 kegs Nails; ... ' . -. ,
Pepper, Ginger, Spice, Alum, Indigo, Madder,
Copperas; Blowing Powder. Shot, Lead, Impe
rialand Young Hyson Teis,StirCandles,Amer-
ican, English, Blister, Shqar and Cast bteel,
Collars. Harney . Trace, I-og, F.fth, Tongue;
Stretcher and Lock Chains, and rriany other
articles tort numerous to mention. All of
which will be sold ot the lowest prices by
. GOODRICH & HUNTER.
October 13, 1835. , -.;
Cash for Land Warrants. ,
WE willl pay tha highest '"'"!
market price in Cash, for, TTJ
Land Warracts. ... v , , KtrJJiiA
, ; v-i.-i. W Sc. A. SOUTHWORTH. '
Fayetteville, Nov. 29, 1855.
'.ncob. Co., Tenn.
Nov. 2S),'lS5.-. ' .
: , - TO MOVEKS. .
1 etc,,-at " NVM. ty'W'S'.
sept. 11. ,-. ; - . ; ; ! .
. TO the mum.
R"dand Julr for VonrcivV!
PROFESSOR WOOD'S Ilrr rWtofativ,' i
no dyubt- the most wt,idrBt wrscovcrv
r . l
age or progress. Tli.!
'in Lor uf the
from a r.iost
Ps'oy. CT. j!
-... A all, Jvuary 1. JSi7. ',
it iM.i) i irirsii.. r- i
i sent! you Ulla crrtiheate.' Aftw btti: .
hi T.I r.. a
. . ' - "":u im imj
uair re.toMt.ves extant, an! h'vi,!?,r, f:l;th in
any I was ni.ln"ed endearing of Vo.irH, !.,' va'
BrW, and had rny hed ruMI altha rl,'
stiff bribh and hhe i:es;r:,tiva then at pri.d
ami IwelJrubbi in, tilt thecal,. nU it;
lliialrepeatw.1 every toonA,,,: in three'
wt-eKs tlie vontiT ha;r dm.. j ... i
liliVtril:l Unmet l,.i .... . -i'
and is cow thick, tlak and
pleasant to tho touch, wbtreaa
ot:c-.,;fi r. I
before it : wasj'
uar.-n ana wirv. what r
ttict.ice v.-a of it ami
that Httle there was disappe;iiin
I still useyour il stoVttii e alkAut
and shall soon have a
:cs we-lr '
gotl a:i.f perfect cn;p Of
-ad of fl:es(.' tliir v ai;d
. .wn , a ,-,ave ruati .,t f l:t.j(. thjrgSa!:,I
-"..foin .nave never seen bith-ro'
any rasa which any j;'. fa was re all v
ireucuucuDiiiifni me h:i:r t,i. ;.
day; and it really gives me
the result of mr eirriw
, of ihcj
asjirc to record
perieLce. l.ve re-t.rn-
memled your .ration to other, and -it a!
... a luifie a;iu gt'Dural bah'
the, Jerntortv Tle p;.?e, Ires r
any nave coiitnUnco iu it.
,unci!leYi'TO i'l.waatl have
written. . . The s,n,rry scnt ,is t;ltJ
wLoieaal-, a-enji for tho Territory S. alrcadv
exhausted and daily inqui.ries Mo k'.i f-rii-
on deserve credft for your disa.verr. -I for'
..ne return irt v thanks f.,r tl'.e bJfit it,lM
done r,lefor I had long a3u' dvAl-Ct-id of-ef-
iccting any snth result. I roiM-mf -date t.,"
that your fortune (an.f a large on) lr',,ly
mve' , ; T- W. BOND 7
Fimiof Bond ircdlog.Dnig:, St. Pauf;
Tlxe owdersigned; Rv. J. KBm-'
ortholox Church at P.rookfield, JUs. II, j
gentlemin of considerabk- influence.-and ;'ri
versallyleloval. Xo'ti. DTER
. (COPy.)' , . . :
. . . LnooKFitLD. Jan. t2, 1$Z?
Trot Wood-Dear SiR.-!Iavfr-r L.ulV
tnI of your Hair Restorative,' it
pleasure to say. that its effect ba- t !t eXfei.
lent in removing inflammation, druf .nd
constant tendency to itchmjr; with wtifh I
have been troubled from childh,,td," and fcw
also restored my hair, which was UcomW
gray -to its orjg.na! color. I h,v'e n,cd nj oth
er article with anything like the same pleura
and profit. . Vourt trulr," , .
,'. . J.K. ERAjtjG,
i. CABT.-m;iLLjun "27th; IS53.
I have used Prof, Wood' Ha'tr Rejroraflve''
and hate auiuitted its wonderful effect. ' Mr
hair was becoming as I thought, prt-maUrvlV'
gray, but tr the nse of hi Ke.forative. it has
resumed its natural color, and I hate ro idoult'
prematurely su. SYDNEY B REESE,
Ex-Sonator, trnited Sratei.
. . vrsOTsr-; IxrrASA;.tune 10, 1S53.
about to. manufacture extensive! t
... yvi-ut-Att c?in: as roa are
your decently discovered Hair II.torative, I
will state, f. wboms.i.jver it mar concern, that
I have used it, and known others' to ose ir: that
a iinc ior seierai years lrn iti
tha h.. ' -r -
using other hair restoratives-
yours vastly Superior to anr othr T ,l,c
entirely cleanse the head from .rJn.rT. and
with one month'- pror; uso will rotore sny
person's hair td the original youthful color acd
texture, giving it a healtbv. sofr, and clov
appearance and all this, without discern '
tne hands that apply it, or the dress on which ,
itdrors. I would thereore rccornni.d its
use to every one desirousof having a fine color -and
texture of hair. .. -
RjspectfuMy yours, WILSON KING.
AGEXTLEMASIS BOSTOWWRfTEs i0 : rs j-IUZN pi '
IM 5EW 8EJFOEO THt'i?:
To yoTirin.pjiriesI would reply, that when
I first commenpe.l rising Prof. 'Wood', Hair
Restorative, m'y hair Tmo white and '
had been so for the last ten years, and it' was
very thm bn the ton of mv i.
loose, and pulled oht freely, but I found that
beforo I had used all the second b.'tr le f vhich
was eight weeks) my hair W,a in.Hrs.lw r a
to its original color, (light brown , j, Cow .
free from dandruff and nn-ti. '
, . -. - -j---" ""'"h m nave
had my hair cut five or six times since the
change, and have nvr K..n m.n.; rt.j
white bairstarfnr'frorti the root.: ai.d it
as thick as it ever was and do nut .. . -
at all; it has pro ved in my case, all that I could '
wiiuorask. . . lours.ctc- . - -
July 1,1334. .' -
GATOhnbt, Mb., June 22.' Is3i.
Wr.L'TER Djar SirI hav mi t
tlesof Prof. VVood's Hair Restorative, snd
can traly s it is tie greatest discovery of thu
w..cni'jrjjij auit ccanging tne Lair. Re
fore lislng it, I was as grey as a roan of seven
ty. My hair has now attained its original col
or. Y oi can recommend it to the world with
out the least fear as ihy case was fane of ihi
worst kind. Yours; etc,
DANIEL N. MUttPHET.
1 14 Market sL St. Loufer, Mo. March 8 T1955
D"$r:i Aoti ia extcre'travei
in the .West and Sonth western Star;; as a
general agent for Adams's -America Liti
ment, and would be glad if you would favor
rrie a consignment of Prof. Wood's Hair Resto
rative, S3 I feel assured that I can introduce it
in mwj places where it is net,kncwn; as tnj
own head is a living taitiirbiiy of, its yalnable
properties in restoring hair to its natural col
or. . I atri forty years old" sind iny hair is a. "i
beahtful auburn as it was, at eighteen, and
mo,ch improved 0 sppearance; and ! wo'ild
not be withottf. a bottle on hand for the prird "
of ten. Should be glad to atteni to any mat
ter that isconneded with the Hair Restorative.
I have been for thirteen years engaged in the
saroabuaincg, and -will be glad to hear fioni '
you sooa. My address is Pari, Tenn. '
' Prepared and soidat ill. Mirketstreet
between Fourth and Fifth t.; Sc. Louis Mo '
and 310 Broadway, New Tork. " .
. A very liberal discount made to wholesale"
purchasers.- ' . - ;. ' '
CO" For aale io Nashville; wholesale and
retail by Ewin & Brother, and all the drug
gists throughout th6 country. . . .
..vAiso lorsaie, rrof. Wo-vt's-On-ntal San
ative Liniment and Vegetable Magic Lif"
rills, warranted letterthan any other or mon
ey in all orders refunded... . .
".N.B. We now fput Up. the RtiioraiTe trtfh
with cr witltbut sediment, and thick for te
ste ring color, that with sediment should be
used in preference. Oct. 4, lS.35--12(n.