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Tree of Postage in Lincoln Coanij!
THURSDAY. JUNE 5. ISSC,
3-A ffcqncst Easily Granted.
cureoiumns, will confers favor by mentioning
mill mey saw tn. advertisement m the
OCTA lvertisgments are inserted in the. cr-r
der in which they are handed n. ;
QC7 AtWcrtisemontsmustbe Landed into the
Office by T'ailay Mominj, to insure an appear
ance in the following Paper.
, NEatly Printed Blanks.
Cory tabtes an,d Justices "blanks just printed
and for sale, at our desk -cheap.
A m ;etirig of; tiie .Board of Direct
tors of the Winchester and Alabama
Kail Road, is called to beheld, in
Winchester, Saturday 7th inst , for
ths "election of officers, and the con
sideration of matters of vital impor
tance. . .We trust such of ' the dele".
gites appointed at the, recent meet
ing in this pihe:, as can make it con
vemenfc-to attend will do so.
M raw t
Thf? AnnirPTnrtr Sormnn rr ih
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Lincoln County Bible Society, ii kp-
t pointed to be preached oh the third
Sabbath of the present month, at the
. Methodist Charch ia this' place, by
Rev. hr.JtolC Harden, of Lewisburg.
Ail the friends of the causo are invi
ted to ber present' "...
:QakL and Slow ; ' ,
hz news of the dismissal of Mr.'
Cramp.'on by the U. S. Governmht,
.was received in this place last Situr
tliy, about one hauf before sunset,
from Memphis. That night, about 9 j
o'clock, the same liews was received
frpia Nashvilk.- J
The . first session of the i County j
t LJour'under. the new law, was held
last Monday Ju3ga ChUcoat presi
ding. No business of general impor-
tane2 "was done, we believe.
Nell, Wright 'advertise
iu this morning's OlserHrjiox a large
quantity, of i Wool,'; for which the
highest market price, will be given.
Who bai seen a stray Cow?. ,Mr.
$W. J. StegallWtins place has lost
. one, v Se adyertismeCit. ia .another
column, c- ; v. i " r
Land Sales - v
Sjveral advertisements. or the sale
of various facts' of Land, by decree
of Court, may be found in our paper
to-day. ,v ' ' ;
The Brilish JlihisteV iismlsscd !
Washington, May 28Crampton
was this evening officially notified of
cthe discontinuance of his diplomatic
ryations as Minister Trom Great Brit
ain, near . tnis Government, and his
passports were furnished him. The
. ConsuU'at' -.Cincinnati, New York and
t Philadelphia were likowise informed
- 0f their dismissal "
. 'nianLY UIPORTAST!
Qivll War in Kansas!
St. Loris, May 2li Kansas dates
We been received iq this city to
. Hhe. a4th"insb tvThe'editorf the
Ilernld of Freedom has been arrested.
Reeder has escaped. J udge Fane of
Georgia," temporary Sheriff, it is re
ported", was twice shot at. It.is also
reported that 1500 men armed with
SharpeVrifles and two canpon were
fofliGedat L-iwrence, and defy arrest.
One thousand meo , are : said to have
responded to the call oF the Marshal,
now encamped pearLawence to coin
Del -the ifihaDitants to submit to the
' The people are said .to be rising injerat says,
: large- numoers in response io uov.
- cSaannoni prpclamatloni Six hun-th-edjiad
arrived at Lecompton' and
fauf hundred a4iiyankfin.vXarge
numbers were to have left ftckapoo
.on Sat urday forLecomplonjWeJI affil
ed tnd equipped, with two : cannon.
Great excitement existed; anq-aDat-
.i . . a a l - CM
tie was anticipated. A large jKldjniount f $800, were taken from him;
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'ttfee toasigned to Xawfcncfehad
beca seized at Kansas. .. . '
b CniCAdo, " liay .Ad vices from
Kansas up . to Saturfay, state that
Wednesday was tb3 .day fixed for the
attack upon Lawfonce." .Terror reigns
io the Territory. - Ljor Buford's
,nfflMnv 'had been- enrolled' and
equipped by Govern?? Shannon.--.!
larms una amaianitioo. Marshal
Donaldson ho1 announced his inten
tion to make clean work of his busi
ness, itobinson was still in Lexing
Is 1? ' l . . s 1 . t I.
iuu. . rrom eigm 10 fweive nunureu
men weo encamped near Lecomp
ton. The inhabitants of Lawrence
"au ruesieu MJionei oumner losia
I tion troops there for tbeir protection,
which he refused to do. The Marshal
stated that every man against whom
process had been issued must be sur-
rendered, ail munition delivered up,
and the citizens of Lawrence pledged,
under oatb, to obey the Territorial
laws. The citizens held a meeting
and acquiesced, but the Marshal re
l j . i a. 1. u i l i: iL
iiieu wiawiie wuum iiu. ucnevo iue
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v. vu V u.
s. fl reSar.aea lDem a3reDei3aDa
i i. j A j itt t i. l n.L
patch, dated Wes port, the 20th
wnicn Bays: as iur. osgrove, anu
Dr. Brannon were . iroinff - from Lg'.
comnton to Franklin, thev wera I hailed
i i Ti t-i i
Dy a party oi l'ree oiaie men, ffnopv"v,u"lvV4 '""" v.b..v
- " . . v I .1 ill l:il.I 1 . ' sf nfli . T..,.n,. TT1! ..
eoquirea oo ine were, ana waere t j , . ...... . i u rtili quoted at $66 60-pcr bbL and fi3 .60 4 rv . - - w
they were going. On being anwcred, Pty of free-State men. . ... forasib.sack. wLt nominal; R 50cj! v : yaiaabieTract t
the commander of the party turned". AH was quiet at Lnwrence, Le- c? zScnd
!.- ii rnmnrnn sind Frnnklin frnnns hnvino- .-Sugar. rhere has been considerabU ac- Prtion of a.iact so.i.by 1. boss to L.-T.
to his men and askpdUheir motto, compton ana i? ranKim, iroops having. ti7ity5n sgar, Rnd quotations still iaintiBiOj others.andbx said Kond.-Oray
TIiav Vanlia.l .Qd..'j i-iflfca 'i.nJ beett stationed ai each Diace. ithe advanced'-cmrM- fadiiito1..ii ihi lt; to JameSL; Thomson. Ivfnz about one mile
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Brannon. Brannon was wounded, but
Connrc.vti sflnt ft hnll -thrnnph thfi
-0--. . o;
lea'der The balance fled. CA;. Free
Sfn'fftmnn ven shot nf."R!flnrWfi
bridge on the 19th, and wounded
mortaliy. There was a-report at
Kansas City, that the people were
preparing to evacuate Lawrence, and
had calbd upon Col. Sumner to pro-
tect their Drorertv.' Kickaooo. Dh-
TlSSOn. Leavenwortn Jind AtChlSOn
i.colmf AacntaA fl, man (.r;nr.
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guu iu mu iuc nwis'ifli nil unnicuvv,
The Democrat learns from a gen-
tleman, arrived from Jffferm City
yesterday, that a despatch, has been
received '-there, stating, that a battle
had been fought at Lawrence and a
numhpr nf npr.ns killed nn hothllawsand violative of the attitude of
sides. No particulars.
:-A mas3 meeting has been held at
Xickapoo which resolved upon sack
ing the Kansas Hotel at Kansas City,
as it was understood to dq owned oy
Massachusetts men, and eo: certain
was its destruction that the families
have moved out,
' The citizens of Kickapoo have of
fered a reward ,of $200 for General
Pomeroy, an abolition leader, and
parties have been sent in search of
The foregoing dates have prep irsd
us for the following; telegraphic des
patch, which we undertind to nmn
that the abolition' traitors .have baen
rooted: . ' '
-r St. Louis,May 2i. Lawrence city
destroyed Wednesday Ilotel, print
ing press, &c, all destroyed. Few
CniCAGb,2Gth May .-The Tribune
extra has information brought 'by
three men direct from Lawrence,Kan-
sas. A company of mounted men
appeared at that place on Wednes
day last, and were reinforced to four
hundred during the morning. A
committee of safety sent a note, to
the Marshal stating that no resist
ance would.be made to any, process,
and asking protection of Mife end
property. The Marshal returned no
answer. The Deputy Marshal, with
a posse of ten men, entered the town
and took G. W. Deitseler and G.W.
Smith prisoners. Afterwards Sheriff
Jones with eighteen men demanded
all public and private arms. One
field piece wa9given"up. The citi
zens refused, to deliver private arms.
Jones returned with cannon and bom
barded the Hotel and "Free 'State'.''
printing offico. The free soiled will
make a stand at Topeka and fightit
out. Gov. Reeder supposed safe.
Expected here daily.-- t
Advices from 'Leavenworth say
it is feared that Pomeroy will be bung
by the mob. Reede r is dail'expec
ted via Nebraska -The ! destruction
of Lawrence is confirmed. The-TJ.
S. trccps are not allowed to move,
from their quarters. Civil war is
- f?r T.nns. Mav The law-
rttnoa rr.rrpsnon'dent to the Demo
--w w v j .
Stores and dwellings are
indiscriminately broken open
robbed.- One rnanivfaadjfc2.uuu.in
drafts, checks and land warrants ta
ken from him. Col. & Topliffe, who
was appointed Col- of the Militia 1y
Shannon,, was forcroly di?posseased
of his commission, r,and his private
iwnf.N wntfh Ami monev. to'ahe tt
r -s ' . .
his 'trunk Svas also broken open and
his Rothes carried ofl. "The house
and Library belonging to Brown, ed
itor of the Herald, were sot on fire
twice. ''-.. ' .
The Republican Jearna it is.. under
stood that Shannon will order 100
U: L trqops o b& stationed, at Law
renca, 100 at Q3awatomie, aad 100
at TopV& '
At Osnwatomie Uie.jaJge of(Jhe
District Court .has been prevented
from holding court by threats of
- violence to the UrandJurv from the
J If. ' rt i ' '
iiree oiaie men.
- The Democrat learns tl at it is the
intention of Jones to Droceed imme
1 .- A -
- aiareiyio lopeKa, wmcn will -.also
The Democrat has a letter from
Leavenworth" which states, that all
the terms proposed by Shannon have
The South Carolinians are- deter
mined to destroy the town.
Four new public murders have
- been brought toJicht.
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nfw OS T?on1nT "la- nA-
I VJLiiUaVJVi ilXdJ mt VJ XVUVUV. 1 fA
dressing an immense crowd in front
oftheBriggsHouse; He and'Mr.
ir au.. r u
came through Missouri and narrowly
cscaped wit tlJeii lives.
St ouis M;,y 3 01 Xsttera to
the "Republican"', from Jodepen
11 j j ifil ii .i r.it.
nmnno nrnn vnrn irora nr airrnr
fhe; Complication With England.
-The intelligence From WiSblUgt on
of the dismissal ot the .Luglish Mia
ister. Mr. Crampton, is the inevita
ble conseqircnce'of the refusal of the
British OoVernment to recall him;
"fter having been requesteoTeo to dp
Py our. own trovernmsnt. air,
LCramptoo had rendered himself ofikn
sive by engaging in. the enlistment.
o troops in me UUiteu piatos iur iub
sprvicft'.nf IrMt I!ntflin in the war
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I ntrninst Kncei'i . tin rtimmtpr lit
' ' iciow. i ub uiukei in iictv ur cans i 11 v "
-- w-jtne majority ot articles, particularly in iiacon,
St. Jumes called the attention of thdj which is.somewhat dull. We quote hams at
British Foreign Bccrclary to .ItSSL
subject, and r remonstrated against lard 8 $ n;es 7 Tj? doz.meal 30.
the conduct of the .English Tienipo
ten tiary as being contrary to our
neutrality assumed by the -United
States towards the European bellig
erents. ,he British Governraent
replied that their cgents in Ameri
ca had been instructed to -jefruin
from any violation of Our laws in the
enlistment cf troops; but the fact in
con troversy was developed that En-
glish recruiting officers iu the; Uni
ted States bad been actively and'se
crethj engaged in the very unlawful
enterprise against which we remon
strated. - . -.-
Whereupon our Government at 4
Washiogton requested the recall of
Mr. Craraptou, and upon the refusal
of the British Administration to ac
cede to this demand, Mr. C. has been
notified that , the Government can
hold no further official intercourse
with him- We hnye confidently" ex
pected the reception of. this intelJ
gence, from the fact that it was The
last alternative left to the Govern
ment by the course of Great Britain.
After having demanded the recall of
Mr. Cramptpn, in which act the Gov
ernment at Washington was fully
justified, there could be but one an
swer ,to the denial of the demand,
andthal answer has been promptly
given. The Government of the
United States baa availed itself of an
undoubted, and, ' in this instance,
imperative Tight to-expel an. obnox
ious Plenipotentiary who had proven
himjelftbe agent of a glaring viola
tion oT our laws and treaties, and who
refused to apologize for the insult thus
offered to an independent, nationality.
But it should be remembered, that
the dismissal of Mr.' Crampton is not
tantamount to the withdrawal of di
plomatic intercourse with the. Gov
ernment of Great Britain. The lat
ter may or may not construe it as an
act of hostility ondcr the. circum
stances, and may or may not dismiss
Mr. Dallas' from the Court of St.
James. But" the United States do
not occupy tht position of withdraw-1
ing diplomatic intercourse with Ureat
Britain. :Ve yet tender .such inter
Course at London, and it remains to
be seen whether diplomacy can solve
the'difJScnlty and fceal the difference.
Diplomacy has not yet been exhaust
ed, asd may still be the agent of
good understanding. 'She - vast in
terests involved in the peace or war,
between two such empires as Great
Britain and the United States, lead
us to hnpb that this and other dif
ferences mav be amicably adjusted
rfMrimpnt to the honor of
either country. 'One thing i3 clear,
that he dismissal of Mr. Crampton
is not, in iUelf, a just cause of war
nn tha part of GreatBritain. It can
only be regarded as the resuu oi me
dispute relative to the enlistment
hnestiori. And it is equally clear,
. . ... :1. i.
that our uovernmens is rijjuu uu
will be sustained by the people. All
that Administration can do, is
to firmly maintain, its. position, be
the consequences what they' may .-r:
The river has receded slowly for the past
ten days, and is now too low fckllo w large Sew
Orleans boat .to pass Harpeth Shoa's. The
balance of the Nashville fleet coiitiune to ar
rive, with little inconvenienta from lack of
water. , . : v .
The market generally 'has been less active
than it has been t h is r season, although the
amount of business dona in the leading de
partments of trade, has been fair for the time
of year. . "X .
Cotton. The movctnent ift the maiket
seems io nave beefLneckel in consequence
of light receipts as well as the lack of enquiry.
In prices, no market change" has occurred du
ring the current week , though the advantage
has been rather on the side of the buvers.
Quotations range from 1U 8 c. Some few
bales, however, have reached a higheV fiuro
in consequence of the superiority of the staple.
A private dispatch from New Orleans to a
firm here says, that later, advices har!
been received there, per. steamer, and that
cotion has declined. Average lists of Nash-
ville, worth 9. The increase at all thejwrt
as comparod with last year, 87,COO bales.
We heard of sales here yesterday ' of 46 bales
robacco In Tobacco, the market has ex
JJ'lour and Orain. The market, in bread-.
active, though tha demand runs chiefly on the
choice grades. , ' '
Molassca New Orleans Molasscshasavjrh
ced,. and is now quoted at 40 41 $ gajloo.
Other kindexhibit.n change: ' ,. , -
Coffee-iNo alteration is noticed in the price
- CandiesThoniy.change inlcaudica ia a
slight decline" in Star, which are now quoted
at 22(324. -. .
v Sill In With moderate additions to the stock
on hand, we have noticed the continuance of a
firm market, prices ruling slightly higher than
at" the date of our last report. We Quote
coarsesack at $1 75 and fine do at 2.
I'rovisions.--ine roarKet is ratner better
supplied with provisions, and is less active in
, . . .r . .
Feathers lloreactivo. Live eeesefeath
era are now quick at 3340.
Leather. A slight advance ia noticed -wn
dak tanned sole leather. It is now quoted at
3334; hemlock do 3; harness leather 30.
Flonr declined; State $5 75(?6;OhioS6 25
Ct6 50; Extra Southern 79; Wheat, heavv;
Mess Pork SIS 60.
Cotton. 89;cts. Receipts verylight.
Bacon. Hog round, 10)b eta.; Sides clear,
llll2'c; Bibbed 10 cts; Hams, 10(8
11 cts; "Shoulders 9. .
Butteri Good country, 20 cts It, scarce.
Tennessee 6 18C.' . v-
Charleston, 9.' C.-
Cotton. The market
of a de-
v'C Ol 6nH HpnAnmn ihaMfo. .k -. I ). Kit. '
Ijniw.xuu mu u.uai avuii.v, sun, nil iiiii. tunics , . .in.. . - . m m- -n J
in finds a ready sale at 6'f prices. i,A th ? 1 "yT" ?, in th e case of :T. Koss
ontsid iCnniran,nMnJLrnii.i.Ai-J' hom' 1 m on Monday.
I h.V.tn.T .Vi r nannl .n;W. nTT .l... w. !
I we give 8S9 10 the latter a
1 o - 19, ..ww.. r .. ,. r.t tL--..
ic iMiituttia iiLicuuitiiuc . xiiv rates a
The sales a-'
BUlf"leu 10 "iy oaies, aS uom a;nc
Our market opened easy and firm at the
commencement f the weak, and continued so
up to Friday, when prices commenced again
to recede, occasioned by. the unsettled and de
clining tendency in the New- Orleans Cotton
market. Parties having dispatched to their
agents here fiom New Orleans to dispose of
tha cotton tncj nave purchased at cost. This
together with the light stock on Jiand, has
confined operations. Sales the. past week
reached the rise of 4,000 bales. Planters
have disposed of their Cotton generally, and
it is now in the hands of second anl third
parties, who will sustain the loss from tho
declines now being sustained in the New Or
leans Cotton market, so she planter will pocket
the gain and the buyer foot tho bill of losses,
this time. .
Planters from the interior report fine pros
pects for the growing crops. Corn and Wheat
they say, never looked more promising. Bains
have been tolerably general, and dry weather
enough to keep their fields in good plight. We
nave not n6ara anything further, of the cut
worm, and presume: their ravages have been
cdnfined to a very few fields. We cive a re
capitulation of the market for the wctk.
Com. Paulding's recent instruc
tions ordering him (0 show his flAg
at San Juan, directed him neither to
seek nor to avoid a collision, but to
protect American ships or citizens
from illegal interference by the forces
of any. power:
raoFESsoa Wood's Medicine Depot. -.-The
attention of our readers is requested to the
advertisement of Prof. Wood, in this paper.
He engaged in his present business, we 'be
lieve, not more than a year since, where he
established a depot for the'sale of medicine at
141 Market St.," but by energy and popularity
he-has'increasad it to almost limitless extent.
Now bo has a depot m the city of New -York,
arrangod for manufacturing extensively, and
for supplying the eastern portions of the coun
try. Tho value and popularity of his prepa
rations are attestad- by multitudes of certifi
cates from persons who profess to recommend
them solely from their own experience. Sf.
Loui Intelligencer, Jit?y. 1 1855. ?f . . -
In this county. Thursday! 22dalt, by John
Corder, Esq, Mr. Jasper William and Miss
Jake Cocsts. . . -
FROM the subscriber, in Fayette
ville. a brindle Cow rather
heayj set, lively ia her action,horna
sawed off hearlr down to the quick, about
years old, yats quite'loBg. . Also, a brindle
bull Calf.-about 7 months old.' ; A liberal re-
ward will be given for their arreet, or such in
formation as win lead to it.
Jon 5, 185ft 3w W.J.STEaiXI.
,....a v-v.., yu """ifK homrmiii containing bv actual
Woo! ! Wool !
757 E want 50.0DS3bs.
Wooi, for whie1! va will pay v6
the highest market price in cash
or discount, i '- - ' -
June 5. - "NE' K M00BE3 & "WRIH HT.
' ' - L.L.ST0NK, .
Acgvstcs Steeo asd Jonn La xr-Kss,
pursuance of a decrte of the Chancery
J. Court at Fayetteville, in the aboe cause,
pronounced at the lebrnrry term, 1856, I
will (tn Jlotiday, tl.e 4ih day of Au
gust, 1S5G, at the Court House in FayV
etteville, offer for sale to the highest bidder for
CASU, all the right, title, rla'm and interest,
that Augustus Steed has in and to, a tract of
Land on the west,. fork of Mniberry creek in
civil districts So. 5 and C bounded vn the
j South by .the original school tract c lanil
(West by the lands of Alexander Ashbv's heirs
j and Dunken's heirs--Nerih by the lands of
I C. .Carriger and Eaat by thj. lands of V41on
Martin, Ben Ingle and George Cunningham's
heirs containing 315 acresf ;
. . R. FACQUH ARSON, Clk and !J.
Jnfe2, 185G- n7:v6 5w 4 8-X .
Chancery' Sale of Land.
IN pursuance of a -decree of tlie Chancery
Court at Favettevilie, rror.onccd at the
IT J ? - I" V "TV- i .' v
' WV. llic UiUwOII J 1 V. k 1 , v-A VI.UJ. VI J Ji V
13&id land is sofd toenfotce lha vendor's lien
for the purchase mon'ev-
-' Bond Jft'ith spproyedr security
will - be
required -of the purchaser ond a lien retained
upon 4,he land until -fhe pure h aVe money is
paid."."' ;R, FABQUHARSON;!k.& II.
June 2, 1856.-4n7sv6 5w $4 80
Cliaccery Sale f n' Store Elouse
- . and Lot.
I5v pursuance .of decree, of the Chancery
1 Court at Favettev file, pronounced at the
.February term,185G, in the case of W.W.Cill
va. L. E. Tucker.et al.tl will on Monday, the
t(!i dsy ct Avgut,v.et atihe coart house
in Fayetteville, offer . for sale to the highest
bidder for Cash, that -well known STORE
HOUSE' AND LOT on the North Jjast Corner
of the- Public Square in FAj-ettevillet lately
occupied by L; EJTncker & Co. ' ' .
Persons, desiring to purchase an eligible
Stand for a Store would do well to call "and
examine the premises. V . f. . " ' .
The sale is made to enforce a Tien' retained
upon the same for the payment of the purchase
money. Possession" iven lmmediatelv.'--.
June 2,1856 n7:vG 5w $4 SO
Chniiccrr .Sa!e of Land.
N pursuance of a tlecree of the Chancery
Court at Faycttevill, pronounced at the
I ehrnary term. 18o6, in the case of Vv llliam M,
Todd against James L. Thomson and ethers
I will on JFIondnr, the 4fli Cay of
Ansnt next, at the 'Court House door in
Favettevilie, offer for sale to the highest bidder
for Cash a valuable tract of land situated in
Lincoln County about one mile west'of Fay
etteville. and bounded as follows: Beginning
at a stake on the north side of the public road,
thence tprth- east 90 poles to a stake,
thence west 30 poles, thence north ? east
41 poles to a stake, thence west 98) poles to a
stake.ther.ee Scuth ba west 1C1 poles to a
I .. ."V CUU ..of lOU t ' .1na n
' - - . 1
gaii UnJ u golJ to tba dor,s
lieu for the purchase money.
P.. FARQUH AESON, C1K M. -
June 2, 1S56 fn7:v63 5w $4 80.
Cliancery Sale of Land.'
Ff pursuance of. a decree of the Chancery
Court for Lincoln County, pronounced at
February term, 1856, in the matter of Hugh
P. Penny and others. Bill for Sale of Land, I
will, on Satnrday, the 12(b day of
July. 185S,'offcr for sale on the paemises,
to the highest bidder, on a credit of one and
two years, a VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND
situated, on tha waters of Cane Creek in Lin
coln County containing fifty acres bounded
on the north by. t&V lands of Henry Gaut.on
the east by the lands of Ramey, on the
south by the lands of Joseph HcCown, and on
the west by the lands of Ann Blair. Bonds
with approved security will be require'Vof-the
purchaser, and a lien retained npoD the land
R. FARQUHARSeN, C. y M
May 31, 1S5C (n7:vS) 5w $4 80r-
"OY virtue of twelve Vendi-X"
from the Clerk of the Circuitii3s
Court of Lincoln Countv, Tennessee, in the
cases of J, W. Berry, B! H. Berry ft McElrdy,
T. P. Green, Dance ft Fergeson, Holt & Miles,
James Meadows, JT. Merrit Use of Tolley,
Eaton Jf Parks, and -Tolley Eaton 5i rarKs,
against Thomas Phelps, 1 will on the
first Monday of July next, the same being the
7th dav of said month. 1856, offer for sale for
icash. at the Court House door in the town of
Fayetteville, all the nht, title and ciami ana
interest that Thomas Phelps has in and to the
the following described tract of land situated
in Lincoln County, in civil district J5o 1, and
bounded or. the east by the lands of Felix
Motlow, on the south hj the lands of John
Silvertooth, on the west .by the lands of
Caloway Daniel, and on the north by the lands
of James P. Baxter, supposed to contain one
hundred and Swventv-eiaht acres'
MOSES CRUSE, Sheriff.
May 22, 1856 n :v6 $3 20. -
ESTRAY LINCOLN COUNTY
TAKEN up by John D. Smith, in
3d di.t a 31 are, dark bay, black
mane and tail, sr me white scars sbpposed to be
a saddle mark, about 15 hands hi?n, about t
or 7 years old . Valued at $100o '.TqBei May
jg June 53 w
f SHAKEN up by S. P. Freeman, in
i civil district No. 10, a Mare
1H rile. bay. about 14 haDds high, 3
yean oldjegs black.-etc.raane and rail reached
and shaved, point of the left hip knocked down,
marked with collar and"' gear.. '-Valued at
100. .. ' N.O. WALLACE,Ranger.
May 29, 1856 3w. : " '.''
IN " pursuance Cf a decree of the County
Court of Lincoln County, pronounced at the
Mav term. 185C. I will on Monday, the 23d day
of June next, offer for sale to the highest bid-
der. nnon tbe Dreraises. oa a credit of Twelve
Hontns,aii tue iana3 oeionging w ine eftxx o
Aaron McDougal, deceased, dower excepted;
the purchaser giving bond and sccunty, and a
lien retained upon the land nntil the purchase
money is paid. This 9th May. 1856.
-w- v - -a yrAtin-n rf- 1
. Is. flUAUij, cieiK.
n4:vC tds pr fee $2 80. .
J. B. BASKTJTTK. ' , T . . H. H. BUTTS
; . baskette & ;: s3nTn, ,
attorneys'- at rJLatr9
FAYETTEVILLE, TEN&.J? .
(JT)TncK:--South side of the Square.J0 '
. May 15,1836 12ba..
' ' . ' ; ' '
Dtt. JOHX BULL, v'
mW AND VALUABLE.
Th most powerful King oa tb &m of the glob eo
ftrigna promo iath Amerfcaa Republic Sna pevw
f the crowned beafe of Europe sink into inaigaiAcaiicw
when compared to oar American King.
Earopeau king employ the por Tented ia tana to
Increase the ricbe of tint rich and lordly, and to reduce
to greater mieerr and degradation, the poor and depend
' ant. our American King goes forth with equal willing
aem to tho lordly mannon and the hombie cabin, reedy
alike to administer relief, and toofier health and aaspt- '
mm to the lofty and lowly, tbe rich and too pcor.
AT.iTTJlICAN KING OF PAUT
' fa th Tm Wonn op m Wocn, aad th rmtM)
" bieaiing ever offered to afQicted humanity ; r tha euf
- lariog aiil lion, th Doctor eaaaay, relief ia at yon-com.
BMBd. Ton haTe only tome thte magical remedy. All
toon who till Mfl-r. and will not accept tb proOWred
JUInvdeeer not the pity of their bmiliea.
Tbia weAderfnl medkino, during'the brief period tine
It rutroU action, baa curied happineai to the hearta of
ehensaada, and made life charm t many who hereto
' for regarded it only a. a painful and mjanabl wrjat
nr. . .'
To tfa wtnrTa with B Tinimeats, KmbrOFStloas, Pal a
Killera, aadyPaia Xxtzacton, and let million of glad
. aongoeo wroelaio the merit of th great Americaa
t King of pain," a preparation eompoi aolery of Teg-
table and roots, produced by America' ova rick acd
y We woald aat th Ladixs, rho are alwart eon potent
, ludire of what ia and what is not a valuable family mod
kin, to dons a special faeor by giving the King of Pain
s; v a single trial, and if satisfactory, azert their infinerwa)
ia it bafaalf, recommend K. speak weH aad aftea ef it,
audsee that it is used by their mHUcted aeighbors. -Tb
Ladies arealwayseharitabie, and whea they indue theia
saiferrag friends to as tbn really Taloabl mdjciav,
they will be doing an act of benevolence that they can
well be proud of. This is a powerful and trnly-magieat
. remedy for all external dfaaases, sores, swellings, burns,
, fce., aud for maay internal afflictions is a certain ear,
" . yet K is perfectly harmiass, and incapabi of producing
th least injurious effect ia th most t ease at
th weakest eonstitution.
It is entirely useless to foUov th old and wora-oat
. aystem of publishing t tbe pnblie thonsands of eertifl
eates of wonders performed by this Bxdiein. . It osc
. . but tweotT-flTe cents to try it, and Dr. Boll stake hit
well earned reputation on th King of Paia doing all
and mors than ke claims for it. -.
W would atk bar you the Rheumatism 8ont?
taea are not plearant com pan km a, and w know that
you would lik to drirs them away as toga as possibia,
"BULL'S Kixa OT tkVS -l -Tfori'jf
yrra be eared ahnoH Immedlataly of Bowel
Complaint, Dysentery, SummerOom plaint. Cholera mor
bus, Oramp, V0U04 ilead Ache, Tooth or any other ach
or pain, th remedy is simple and tb ear
USB TM 6RSAT KI5Q Of PAI3. '
' Would yon bar your Sores, Bweilimrs, Cats, Born,
Scalds, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, wa ni asl
It, as th
, MAGICAL ICfO OJ rAnr.
r Would yon be cured of Scald Head, BtifT Joints, or
Throat, Neuralgia, ?ore Breast, Lumbago, Tetter or King
Worm, SaltKhaum, Bice of Pouonoua Insects, Chapped
Bands, and all other Sores, either dry or running, w
ay again and again roua iunt is Dr. Jobs Bail s
"iisa o PArx' . . '.
Would yon be cured of King' TJril, Cancer, Tumor, '
Bruptioo, or any disease of th Skin caused by fan pur
blood, tbea as Dr. John Boll's SarsapariUa internally,
-. and the King of Paia nternally, nothing can be mora
ertaia thas speedy and neetaa. ear.
DR. J033 BULL'S t '
Tbis medicine, when used aconrdlog to dfrecetons,
will ears, without &U :-..
or King's Srit, '
. . Cancers, .Eruption
i th Skin, Erysipelas. '
Tumors, Chronic, tkre Kres, -RlnsJ
Worm or Tetters, Scald Uead, . '
Kheumatism, Pain ia th Bone or
.c ' Joints, Old Bore and E leers. Evening of
th Glands, Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt Rbeuat,
Diseases of she Kidneys, Diseases arising from th
as of Mercury, Ixasof Appetite, Pain in tb? Ideand
8hidera. General Debility, Lombago, Coach, Colds,
Dropsy, Jaundice, CostiTenesa, Bronchitis, Weakness ef
Chest, Sore Throat, Pulmonary afflictions, and all other
Diseases tending to produce Coasiiniptlon, Liter Com
plaints, femai trregnlaritiee and lamplaints, Low
Spirits, KcksjsdNersjousUoad-aebe, Night Sweats,
- xposnrea, or ImpradeBC ia Life, Chroaie eon
atitutkmal Diseases, and a a. Spring aad
. v iammer Drink, and General Tooie fat tb
J. Bystem, and a Oenll and PleasaaC
r . . Purgative, it is so lerior to Blu '
" Lick and Conetes Water,
Balta, or S.kiilit
It 1 remarkable fact, that among fb bnadrsd of
eminent physicians who bar examined th recipe by
which BuU's SaTsaparilla is prepared, not on has con
demned itt bat aU approT it, aad commend h ia th
highest terms Many physicians express themselre
trongly in tb belief that it is decidedly the beat prepa
ration of Barsaparilla that has rer been placed before
the public. Although there are maay physicians who
ieei a relartanc to baring their names, appended to tb
recommendation ef any perries Lai remedy, notwith
standing they may appro re of is in tb highest degree; -there
an others who frankly yield their support in mror
of a remedy which they know is esfabl af doing s
much good ia an afflicted community. As sn srideBOa,
read th following Irom old aad respsetabl physicians,
ef high staadiag ia th commanity ia which they lira,
t7Testimony like th following renders snperflon
an oommentaoa the efficacy of Bull's SarsapariUa. yrmn
Dr. L. P. Tandallt Professor of Chemistry io th Loula.
till Medical College : I bar looked rer th list of In
gredients composing John Bull's Extract of oarsaparilia
and bare no hesitation in saying that thsy form a safe
wmponnd, and on that promises well In chronic di
sees, to which to I applicable. L. P TAKDALL li D.
. loisTUXa,'J ua 6, Jb.
.."What Dr. Pyles. phystciaa by appointment to tb
.- LaisrUl cUriiM IlMplial says of BuU's Banapariila :
.'t. ' 'i LotnsTou, March 80, 189.
I hare examined the ptwasriptioa for th prsparatioB
of John Bull's Barsaparilia, and I be Here the combina
tion to be an excellent on, aad well calculated to pro-
' awe an alterative ImBrusion on th system. I bar
awed it both in pubiis and private practice, and think
It tbe best article now in us. si. PTL, 11 D.
. t Bsaident Pbsiciaa Louis Tin xUrin Hospital
Better tasthnony thaa was srer offered hi favor of any
, wsedicinat BT K. W. gchoa Her. JS. Stevenson :
i -U Lobdjthxs, ilay 20, 1819.
We bar used John Ball' SarsapariUa, aad bar
known it to be ased, with entire satisfaction ; and w
has no hesitation in stating onr belief, that It is a safe
aadJvalisaM medicel compound, and calculated to pro
due much good and relieve much suffering; and therefor
would cheerfully aad meet earnestly recommend it to th
(Signed) .W.8EHOy, '
, & STKYXXSOlf.
W would earnestly Invite all persons who are ro Tir
ing with any of the ills that Sesh is heir so, to call oa
Dr. John Bud's agent aod get a copy of Bull's family
Journal gratis ; and for the saks of humanity w bop
that a single individual wiU not b found unwilling to
give Bull's tiarsaparilr a trial after reading aad reeol- -ieetiog,
at the sain time, that H is impossible for th
Doctor to publish tha tenth part ef tb number of cer
tificates of astounding cures performed, by bis Sarapa
nils. Tbe amount of teatiuioay Toluatarily showerett
"on Dr. Bull's SarsapariUa, from well known and distin
. guishsd individuals, both ia public aad privat life, ha
been perfectly overwhelming.
Offlcess No.. 1 Fifth t., IonisvHle
Ky.. nnd no. 9 (Oils 'Building
Conrtlund (.. TV. Y.
; The above popular medicines received and i
for sale by DIKMES & HAMPTON, Fay-1
etteville: J. L. Jones, Lewisburg; S. B. Robi-
son, Murfredsborc: Deery Majors, Shelby-
ville; A. Shook. Wiiwheter. Call and get i
almanacs and pamphlets freo. which describe t
their nsq. Nov. 8.1S55 12m V
c. VEEaii.i. 6E.S.09. wm. lawbescb
crirn .. itrnrviP
nir S4jU?y & Llt.etLML,
O TRICT attention is eiven to tha IVi
a, aj . a. a v . i
O storaee and sale of Tiacon. Lard.
Corn. Oats, Wheat.Flour.t)omestic Liquors.&cl
We sell for Cash Only, and therefore have'
either tb Produce or Proceeds athandV
Liberal cash facilities offered to shipier.
May 8.185G 12m; ' - -
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Ha?,
' ta2ile links, Whips, etc.
FOI? the Farmers we have
PlonghPi Shovels, Spades.
Hoes, Chains, Axes. Cross cut
and Hand saws, Scythes, Cradles, Grind Stoc-;
-ami. -rt i r tji-j r1. TT;nv.
flliue. iiaoes uraor. uiwira, vusi.iii .v.-.j,..
NEIL. MOORES Ss WRIGHT
i'iV'-Sre '2'-$ . M Northern citfes plnd:4 - fx?!
'r'A . I g. . assortment of jseasonable Go.5,in
J, 5fc..v ; whL-h my be found every article usually kept
! l-j4Viik vi- jia retai' hitse,s -well lis many not usually .
. $:-C-r'M'f - ' :Yi':r feunl in this p)ci. 'Ve have put everything
.-. 1 Po only ask an examination 8f otu' good and. -
. I IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW
aFHlNll .AND' SUMMER GOODS-
Neij, Moores feWrishl
In this we have a superb assortment
coniistin in part of tFj .
Elegant Fancy silks; 4iw
Super Black do. plain and rTured;
Black Italian do. every quality;
Canton Crape for mourning- dresses;
Black and Fancy Bereires;
Brillantines. Plain beresres all colors;
Linen Lawns, Printed Jaconets;
Dotted Swisses.checked, striped Nanaook j
Printed Lawns etc. etc.
A Beautiful assortment of Mantles,- and
Mantillas, Black and Fancv.
' . NEIL, MOORES& WE1GIIT. - '
April IT.. . .
FRENCfr Cloths, Bin-, Ela-k
Green ami Rrnwn nil rrv.
. . T " " M
ifl aa a nil rwt a a -a - -T-
Marseilles, Linens, ItJiHan1 Cloths, Drab- d
Etes, etc. besides a Rto'cSc of " r
READY 3IADE CLOTHING,
that will bear comparison with arty Ji5
amount to bo found in the State. .To-.ann-
merat all descriptiors would La' tedkus -sufficient
to say we have Coats. Pants, yasta
and Shirts of every quality aud price, from th
costliest to the cheapest. t , - - .
Our assortment of . -"'
BOOT, SHOES ANaTMATS.
is unusually extensive and cannot
fail to please. W haveOaSford's.
Bebee's, Laell's'and ItinEin. Bur-
yee Go's Hats of every kind;
super Alole skin from S3 to $6
- Elegant soft haU ". $3 to $5;
All colors cheap hats, of all stvle.
Rockland; Citizens; ' - '
Cavalier; Sebastopol; etc. etc' '
Boys, Youths, arjd Children's. Hat cf w-e
i style "and price. ,
NEIL, MOORES t WRIGHT.
' April 17. . , .
L ATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
iSpriii and Summer Goods far 1855,
BY T. - a GOODRICH. '
iT HAVE jrist received and open- ' 4wsj
I X ed an entirely new stock of cTJ
whih is by far the largest and beit selectod
stock that I have ever had the pleasure of of
fering to the public. Them Goods were pur
chased at the very lowest possible rates, and
will be sold unusually low for CASH, or on
time to punctual time-dealers. - Being a?m
in business enabi-s me to sell at smaller profits
than heretofore, .rily stock of
is very com plete. In fact. I have e very th in j
a laly ctn desire, from the finest to the com
monest. My stock of
GenliemeflV dress Goods'
cannot be surpassed. All I sk is an examin
ation of this stock; and I will take? great pleas
ure in showjng them to all who will favor m
with their presence. ' T. C. GOODRICH.
rXIIE undersigned is now rcesivino
J. an opening, at his store on the
west side of tha Siuare. Favetterill.
Tenn one of the most extensive and desirallo
SPRIG AND SUMMER GOODS-
ever offered in this market. This immtmsa
stock has been detained some time at Pittsburg
1 i .1 ri - .....
oy ice iu iue unio river, uicn induces
to offer it at
VrRT 3IALIs PKOriTSe
in order to close out during the season.
I beg leave to say in this s&ort Card, (as I
do not intend to be lengthy,) that these Good
were purchased nnder the most favorabra cir-"
cumstances, by an experienced buyer, well ac
quainted with the wis,he and taste of the com
munity: and I can say for him. that ha ha
spared neither time nor care in tho selection of
This magnificent Stocks
I cannot close this communication without
again returning my grateful acknowledgment
to a generouj community for the very liberal
patronage extended to me for tho last twentv
years, and again assuring them, that on nr
pari an uonoraoie means will re nsod toretaiu
their confidence and support. The writer ia '
conclusion only remarks that his assortment ia '
extensive ami complete, and invite an exam
iuation bofore purchasing elsewhere.
May I. JOHN OOODRICH.
AS1 . ,
DIEMER & HAMPTON have "SH
just received their Spring. Ss
stock of Goods, consisting of everythin? in
their line, to which they respectfully call th
attention x the public. Their stock is larger
and more complete in assortment than it has
ever been and will be so'd on the mostreason-
able term3. Physicians and all others wishing
to purchase anything in their trade will do
well to call and examine thorr stock at their
store, west side of the public tqnare, Favette
vilie. Twin. DIEMEPs & HAMPTON:
WILL stand the present season at
my stable, three Tniles north
ff P.tvptroiriUfc af. 41 Vina ;
f,-P jennets, pastured gratis. Black John is a
beautiful black. 15 hands high, 6 years obi
i,cxt July. He wat sired by Ilarlin's OM
Mammoth out of a King Cyrus jeDnrt. IL
that show's the finest colt. from my Jack-or
Horsg ou the first Monday in next September,
will 'be cntitlwl to tbe following season gratis
"tho second best to a J 3 hat.
The season has commenced and wul end
with the year. .
April 17. 18oG ?m.
r I "UD3, Tails.
snruce and nine) Churns and
WasTi boiirds. Willow ware of all kind. We
give the highest market price for Barter of all
kinds.. ' NEIL, MOORES & WP.IGHT.
s April 17. ' Y,
Cotton Wanted! I
MWB'wisM Purchase FiveJv
T ' IlnndredltalrtorCoMOM,---, .J
fn hi.K t ha htnhstf mtrka tri& Itt C JSJI sa-i;
" '" S.VA. V . . . if e onrmnv
March 27, 185C.