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Favetleville OhWvpr!11111 ?0EalJ Bibic society
Free of - Postage in Lineoln County!
THUKSDAY, JUKE ID, 1856.
05" Th TOST-OtTICE
LETTERS is published in the
by authority of an Act of Congress, which
provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper
having , the , . . . -
S"M Request Easily Granted, .gg
- 07-Persoos purchasing articles advertised la
our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning
that they saw the advertisement m the
Qi7T I rartisem-jnta are inserted in the or
der in which they ara handed ;n.
. ,. , : - ;
OiHce by Tiunlay Horning, to insure an appear
ance in the following Paper.
" What a glorious thing commerce' is!
How it revives the recollection jjof
the past and makes us acquainted with
lh-3 present! How it wafts us to the
products xf -distant - climes, and es
tablishes intercourse'batween people
hitherto strangers to each other!
Witti our enterprise and capital, where
"shall we fix limits to : its influence?
- A friend an old school-mate re
cently fa New York city, writes
few days ago, where a ship was hauling
in, while th i furling of tlva sails showed
ther to be a fresh arrival, I inquired
' vWn iw :it vnu from, caotain?'
"From Bevroot, sir."
:Beyr,.ot!--ia Palestine? Beyroot!
a two days' journey from Jerusa-
;lemr ; : "
.: ."The s.unef sir."
-"And what dojou biing?"
r.:,Qil and wool. Oil fresh olive
cil-r and wool from Lebanon. Good
and profitable articles."
" Beyroot, the ancient Beritus, nnmed
such by the" Phocnccians, from the
numb:r of its wells, was a flourishing
" seaport during the reign of King Sol
omon, and 'afterwards undr the Ro
mans. Augusts established a colo
ny there, which ho named after his
Tjeautifai daughter Berilus, Coloiua
Julii Felixl Alexander Severus es-
tauilSUea lU laid CliJ il iauiuao cv.uuu
of law at ths beginning of the third
. centary, which flourished for 300
rears, and was the most celebrated
institution of the empire. The Sar
acans improved the commerce and re
built the walls. It was from her that
fTCi.... Trrt.nno rrtirrliorl nnnri
Hcly City, and, after a three months'
"sics-1, destroyed the Temple, atid car-
ried many tnousana jewisu capuves ;
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to Romi. It was bcre, as the iamoa
lorrend tells us. that St, George ob
tained his victory over tha dngon.
We can have a brisk trade with Bjy
root Our -muslins, prints, calicoes,
cloth, tin, hardware, sugar and toffee
will sell well,' and iu return wo can
bring hoxa-Vgtfls, m ulder, gums, silk,
wine, oil, wool, &c, Ye have a large
mission school thre, kept by. Mr. and
Mrs. Whiting. It is a pleasant plac?,
of 12,000 inhabitants; and abounds in
fine fruits. . .
So w go, and -take no note cfj
events as they occur. . Another seal
- hrnkprr. "America 0P'?ns a trade
with Palestine tho land vhich, ;ic- j
rnnlinff' to Isaiahs "shadowing witU
wins,,' eccus ambassadors by so "in
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vessels ci uuirusuta. uu'ri
Khort distance from the place where
.thci prophet Jonah fled when'ordored
to repair to Nineveh and was swal
lowed by the "whale. ; Layard, in his
researches in1 Nineveh, found: the
nsme of Jonah engraved on the w alls
of the palace of Timrod, 'proyk'g that
he fulfilled his mission, and was held
in high estimation by thes Assyrians.
Th? whole coast of Syria abounds m
inkrpsting" reminiscences. ; . -.
Ths Exaiilination ;of . the students
of the FavctteriUo Feniaio' Acidemy.
i:.i irt io iiftl rihixt 'w?ek-
my tuuuing, commeutiug
and ending Thursday ' eveiingtlis
. musical, at tho -Presbyterian "'Church,
Wednesday and Friday nights, at early
candle-lighting. The patrons of the
' School are particularly inyjted to t-
': tend. '". :'" "". : ' . '-.
Fajetteville Female Academy :
1 Uy reference. to aa '.advertisement
"-in another com'mn,:it will be seen that
the next session commences the first
. Monday ia beptemoer. ,.,; .
'j .Our Stray ;.Jt7may be ; fbundin
;r column: 4V- -,.v.
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ty Bible Society, held , last Monday,
the following gentlemen were elected
officers for the ensuing year: Rev.
A. S. Sloan,-President; Revs. S. M.
'Cowan and M. M. Marshall, Vice
Presidents; Dr. W, W. Mcelley,
Secretary; Dr. A. S. Duval, Treasu:
rcr; E. M. Ringo, Depositary; J. M.
Bright and T. C. Goodrich, Managers.
Nctt Mail Rontc
A petition is receiving " signatures
h2re, for the establishment of a tri
weekly mail between this place and
Tulhhoma. to connect with the carp.
Such a line is much needed, and if
oar friends at Mulberry, Lynchburg, !
and Tullahoma will move with us iD
the m ittcr, it can be secured.
In answer to several inquiries we
would say, it is our understanding
that a tai is not to be called for from
the Countv, in behalf of the Railroad.
Private subscriptions have t do the
work and the prospect is cheering
The Markfts - - -
Our Market reports for a week, or
two have been short The warm ;wca
ther, and the low stago of water in
the principal --rivers, have caused; a
falling off in business at the promi
ncnt commercial points. ' -
cold ' ' . - ;
The mornings and evenings to-
wards the close of last week were quite
unseasonable almost cool enough" for
Bank Note Tafile , "
We are naw preparing this very
valuable publication, and will give it a
place as soon cs we can possibly get
it ready. ' . ' "
STIRRING NEWS. '
Fighting in Kansas.
The details of the fight between
some- Slissourians and - South Caroli
niaus and a band of Free Stato, m?a
aro announced by the. Kansas City
E aterprise, as follows: . .
Thirty ; Southerners, proceeding
from Westport, under the comnnud
of II. C Pate, to Bull Creek, Kansas
suddenly encountered a party of Free
State men, eighty or ninety in number.
Pate had a number of prisoners who
were placed in front unarmed then hid
behind trees "and logs. Th8 Free
State men dropped down in the grass
of the prairies. The firing continued
for two hours, when Pate surrendered
fliHonallv: Amons those of
- u ,
flA ATi.niirirma who escaped - was
Cofeman the murderer of Dow. ' Th
Free State party took JO horses and
a number of ShirpeV rifles and . U.
S. muskets,- besidos a quantity .of
coeds fetolen from Lawrence. - lhe
United States Dr.igoons kn ew of the
the buttle daring its occurrence, , but
did not interfere. They went down
l-on the 4th, and rjbascd ths : prison
ers. " " . "'.'-.'", '
CniCAGo, June -11. The arrival
from Kansas fully confirms the reports
of the Guerrilla warfare, 21 Missou
lians, Carolinians and ' AlabamLms,
killed. Several Free State men were
wounded, nom killed.. Shannon s
proclamation produced no efiect
Laite from Kansas. CoL .Sumner
ordered Whitfield's : army to leave
Kansas Saturday.' They left, and at
Westport were re-inforced by 350
Missourians, and determined to re
turn, threatening to hang Sumner .'
St Louis, Juue 12. The" .Kansas.
Commissioners arrived nere last even
ing en route to Washington. J -They
rpportKaasas in a very critical condi
tion. Large numbers of -Missourians
were pouring into the Territory, de
termined to fight, and the Free : State
men were mustering, equally anxious
for'a battle.. ' "r ':
Latest from Kansas. Ppnaldson,
who was reported killed, is alive and
well.,,. CoL Samair was disposing of
armed bands, irrespective, of party
- . A War with England. l
. '' Oh this important subject, the Vw
York Times' says, first, that no alter
native was left but ' tho 1 dismissal of
Jlr. Crampton, and, scconaiy :
"There fs a crisis at hand; and if it
snaiJ lean io .iu -eu"v". v- .
English minister1 at Washington,; n
the place of Mr. Crapipton; who will
ha h ss liable to make rnistakes'than j
that gentleman, we stiall have qmeter
tunes Uerealter. uen. uaiiK.ti gy-.
ernment recbgnizec and, Mr. ,Cramp
ton dismissed, we . may; ask,, 'what
next?'.apd not be obfted. to!wait long
for an answer.7 V
The Response to lbc No:n!a'alioas.
Tfae response of the peoplo. frbra
all 'pbrtbns of th"3 Union, at' far as.
yet hfeardj from, are warm and enthu-
sinettcforX Buchanan, and Jirecken
. Guns have been fired and rati fr
cation meetings called iu ull the Jar-
ger cities.. -;w , . . ,
She -New York Mirror (opposition)
says: ; .
The announcement of the nomi
nation of James Buchanan,- for the
Presidency, . this , forenoon, - went
through the', city like jighthihg.
The .Mayor immediakly had the
cannon rolled into the Parkland one
hundred guns fir,ed."; ;r" -' -J
The Baltimore Putrfot, a Fillmore
papersays:- -. .;. ..- .,
" If we are destined to have anoth
er : Democratic President - it will be
some satisfaction to-feel that : of all
the candidates, put . in nomination
for that exalted oflice, Mr. Buchanan
is likely to prove the least objection
itb)j.';;;: II is. mature age, iiU long ex
uerieuce as a statesman, the .;high
positions . he ' has previously filled,
and the 'manner iri wbich: lte has per
formed .the Various - duUtab which
have been devolved . upon him,' : lead
us to hope that,id"the event of' his
election "as Cliief .-Magistrate, he will
be "governed by a sense of. national
;?::The ,, JDcmocracy
of 'Boston, Yal-
thoush prelbrrnc the nomination'' of
O 4 C - , . ,
Gen. Pierce, immediately;; upon iho
receipt of the; nomiaatioo, ordered
the Yiriiig of a hundred guns. ;
"TfaV Augusta (Georgia ) Constitu
tionalist, tha3 indicates the cordmli
ty with which tho nominations will
be "received in that State:.- -
In compliance with Iha desire of
a large, ntimber of-our Democratic
fellow-citieus, ; one hundred . guns
were fired - yesterday x .. afternoon in
horrir r of the-; Domination, by the
Democrats Natio nal Co n ven tio n, . c f
the Hon. James Buchanan," for; the
Presidency, and ' John ;U. Brecken-
ridge, for the oflice of 'Vice Presi
dent of the United SUtes.' ';';'
S-"These "nominations will excite
the dormant energies -of theV Demo:
(iratic party into new life, and reviv
ify with electric.quickness the hearts
of the masses of ; the ' people" o f the
United States.:. . -
The roar of cannon, the shouts of
millions of freemen bbndrea ; and; il-
luminations, and , , every - demonstra
tion of satisfaction; will : characterize
the .reception of .this gladdening in
telligence throughout the Union.' :
The Grain Crop. After a care
ful persual of the. accounts respect
ing the crops in all the principal
grain growing States, the Journal of
Commerce says we come to the con
clusion that; should nothing unfore
seen occur, and, favorable . weather
continues for the next three weeks,
the forthcoming wheat crop will be
the largest ever ; produced in 'the
country. ; ' - . ' ; v ' '-.
Wheat in Canada A correspond
ent, writing from Toronto says: 'Large
quantites of wheat are still in the
hands of the Uppet' ..Canada, CirmoTs
probably no less thmv 5,000,000
bushels. They have not had tho
trood sense to sell when -prices . w re
at tWbighest. . Tha .extent' of land
under crop is greater- than vat ayy
previous time." . - - . r i
: Four "canes have already beerf suh-
scribed for in South Carolina and
Virginia to present to Col. 'Brooke; of
the House ot ltepresenuuves. iyn
the first one itis faidj was engraVtd
the words "Hit 'im again," . and; on
the last for which fifty dollars . was
raised at a meeting in Ciintcn, S. - C,
13. to engr'avedi "The knock down
argument ... v
Chicago Iand SALES'.Fifty lots'
in Chicaco which cost 9,000 three
years ago, sold last weeh: for upwards
of $27,600; aid thoFair Ground"!
property, 'which 'was recently ,. sold,
for $4,000 per acre, was ' purchosed
eight years ago for precisely one for
tieth of that sum-y$100 per 'acre.
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John B.,Yarrington, a police offi
cer at Richmond, Virginia, was late
ly;cohided by a Mrs. Bowling-
cause, a presentment by the officer
of her husband for ) his belligerent
proppnsities.. L. ;; .; , v ; ' i;.-
rA letter from Fillmouc appears in
j in the; American Organ at : Washln
torn accepting the Presidential ; Nom
V, A mooting to 'form a TiilraoTtf, ajid
Donelsoa club, ia one " of ihiT ?vyari53
"of New;YoTk, was ; announced a" few
days ciy jto . fiersbris attencled.
XnMtvillo.Tea n . - -
The river pootinaiug to Mceda during the
week has bow, got prilty well down to the
sticking point. . Shipments are very slim, and
our wharf iadull to an extreme extent.
Land WarrantsThe price is' still unsettled;
it is impossible to tell what tho market price
is. The best - onofat'nis w can ffive is
from 7580 cents per aero, which is fully
as n-.gu h not higher than they are in isew
Yor'rf1, and-we 00k for low prices for soma time
Our trade generally has been dull. .
Cotton. Less sonsht for and little offered;
about 150 tales changed hands daring' the
week at 89. - .
f obacco. The lanrer rortion havins ?one
to market there is littld activity. -Trices du-
ingthe week continued very fair, and we ai'd,
the quantity hss been unusually pood. Sales
of the week about 75 hhds at $4 509 25.
Bacon. Les animation, but prices continue
stiff." We can h-ardlv say thera is anv advance
in prices, , yet holders, are firm, and buyers!
quite wilhr.sf to give the figures demaKieU.
Hozroiir.d8. Hams 8. Sides 9. Shouklera
7. . ; .
,Flcur. Conthiucs: hear v, ; only sufficient
coming forward ' for mmadi.ite supplies. : A
general opinion that tho incoming wheat crop
will be a good one, and millers are shy of a
marg'n. --' . :
Sugars hold their own very well, and -will
doubtless rule high during tbe summer.. All
grades brown 710; crushed 122 .
IMoiasses r irm at 4ouO. . (jooci stock.
Coffee Uc charged, with large stocks in
store for tho snromcr; 1213.
Candles Star 25 cts IP C. Tallow at 13
14. - . .-.
Salt Sack 2 25 fine, 2 00 covr.-e, barrel
45c f bu . ""-.. :
' Whiskey The trade hs not teen as active;
prices are still unchanged; city rectified 25.
Cincinnati 25, country 50(275. ,
riiiriniinli Ohio v tli 41h day of Aagn.t. next, at the
Ft .7 tei tT-m.n K "Ort? ; Vf) ' Court Houm door in Faretterille, ofTr for sa'e
r lour 5 lrs5 Ho lor coramen, o oJ(?j iu,. , ... . .-u - if 0 . v
r. -t.- irL!.i.-.i-oii o o ' to the hiiihest bidder, on a credit of. SIX
shoulders 1, firm.. Sugar advanced
1 asses held at 50. ' ' :
Caterpillars, in immense quanti
tie3, lOk'St Korlolk and SUrrOUniag
ESTRAYS TAKEN UP.
1st, Kind of "animal is given.... 2d, color.
a, aebcnption.. ..itn, a;e. , . .o.i, pofcocr s
name. .. .otn, place ana t.ine
7th, valuation. " , '
Hog, blue color, smooth crop off- the tight
ear, upperbit, underbit and slit iu the left, about
18 mos old;bvFM Ventress,8th did, June
7. Valued at $4. ' - -
llorse Mule, dark greyjlo J hands high, mano
and tail trimmed, shod before, marked with
gear, about 4jrrs; by same. Valued at $150."
Horse Mule, brown grey, 15 hands, an old
shoe on left hind fxt,man and tail trimmed.
marked with jrear. 3rrs; by same. Valued at
Professok Wood's SIedicist Depot. The
attention of oiir readers is requested io the
i- l e t r Ttr i : l
aaven-.semem oi l ro... , ,u .cr.
He engaged in his present business; we be-
Ireve, not more than a year since, where ho
. f.,'r t!, Unf mwlicin al
,..",r . x . it -j
t iiirB... uy .bs h.
hehasir.creasod it to almost r.initless extent.
-)Inr lirVit avoir IS linndj S inf.lies hVh
pti"0 i i J - ".i t . q bidder for CaI, tliat well
H maritd !b0!i HOUSE" AND LOT on the I
cy it w Dwceny,pau, way ou.( , iuueu i , r,.,- aar. ;n
Now he has a depot in the city of !ew York , I Lincoln County; about one mile west of Fay
arrar.sed for manufacturing extensively, aud lettevilie. and xunded as follows: Beginning
for supplying the eastern ptnlions of the coun
try. The vatue and popularity of hi9 prepa
rations are attested by muliitades of eertiS
cates from persons who profess to recommend
them solely from their cwn experience. St.
Louis Intelligencer , July. 1 1S55.
fl.i 5,1 .T-iTinnrv 7ft5fi nt the rrsidenco bfiwiU-'ort ::itm tI:iV. (hcltll tilT f
her husband in fcrofnidn'connty; Texas, Mrs. I
UiCEt Shaw, wueot 14c: ry fcaaw, ior many j
years a resident of this countr.
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lne oeccasedwas a memner 01 me lue.n-1 sitnarea on ids wan-re ui vane vreeu ih.jjiu
odist church, and from au orderly walk and Uoln Comity, containing Fifty acres funded
godly conversation adoTed.'tbe christian re-j on the north by the lands cf Henry Gant, on
liTi-iii. wid thereby eet an examnle worthy of , the e:wt bv ths lands of Ranicy, on the
imitation. Her many lessons, both-by precept j
and -example, will be remembered by all who
enjoyed her acquaintance; j
At the residence of 5Tr; rev to. Wells, in
this vicinity, -Thursday, 32th inst, Mary E,
daughterof Mr. Theo, Harris, of Banker Hill,
Giles county, aged about 8 years. ;
In this county, 14th instj, oC typhoid fever,
after an illness of 13 dafs, I'tis. Csttib !.. i
daughter of Tbos. O. and 'St.- B. Gill, ae.l '
about 20 vents. See loined tas Jletiioctist
7.. ' 1 . T 1 . . ,, 1-rw
Cnurch ,u 13o4 Wd a very exemplary I. ,e,
Jn this coniify -Thursday, 12ih .-insi.,. of
typhoid fever, Mr. Iltcss RESNET.aged about
21 years. ' '
f inilE next session of this Institu-
X r tion will commence the first
Z3oiituy in ScIcisiImt hcxU
Terns per session of livcxty-ove tseefes:
- Literary Department. r -
Primarv Class .......... . . . $10 00
Junior (tlass. . .". SF. .. 12 00
S jnior Class i . . . . . , . . . 1 6 00
Incidental Exnensca '.'i .-.. 1 .00
i - Musical Dcpartcmnf.
Instruction on the Harp. . ......... . $50 00
do r"" Tiano .".i;
do- 'Guitar... i
-Melodcon. V,.... ;.2t.' CO,
Use of Instrument....;..'. !
Vocal Music in Class....... i A W!
Deduction for absence made oiuij trt easts of
pr&racicd illness. .
rnpils tue charaiea uom the Uiae tney enter
until the end of tho session.; ' '.
, .--THOS. L. SAWYER, Tri)idjat ;
y Jpae 19, 1836 Sm, , -- , v . v r '
fTpH'ri subscribers having visited tho'
j. principal ixtirsencs in .rieniucKy fpj&
. afidOhid; and made BiTaniementa by --A
wnicn incy can Buppiyvtne peopie ot iiiutoiu
comSty with any amount of all ihe finest vari
eties of Trui!, Shrubbery, etc. They
invite all who want anything hr thu lice to
give them a call.
.... r. MILLER tf KIRKPATRlCfce I - 60 ack a . received and 1 -i;My
21rJ6-rtfj ' j . :oT!e ;()el2 :.C. B. W. CARTT,-
EiMBtorV S!f of 7;.!;jb!& Iaad.
TiiEun vrvt is&4 -ci- c' trr-
July next, uj on the premi- lhi?Sk&'
sen, upon credit of oae, two and three years,
about 405 sjrrc f Lnd, belonging to
the heirs of : Philip Foj.'-de'sea-ied, situated
upon the east fork of MalU-rry Creek, eleven
miles from Fayettoville, and 4 from Lvnch
burgand ?4 of a mild from, the Fayetteville
and TuUabonia Turnpike Eoiul. The above
Land has several nevor-fjiling springs of good
water, and possesses mny advantags as a
Stock Tarra oue-Hialf of which is cow in
cultivation. The purchaser will be required
to give bond and apjroved security, and a lien
retained upon the Land until tbe purchase
money is paid. .
.. J. W. IIOLMAN,
; Executor of Philip Fox, deceased.
June 10, 135ii n!):vC tw
Clfaaccry Sitle oi Laud.
Acgcstcs Steed aitd Jons Laxdes3. -
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery
Court at fayetteville, in the above cause,
pmnounccd at" the1 February term, 1856, I
will on Monday, tli 4th day of Au
gust, at the Court House in Fay
ettoville, offer for sale to the highest bidder for
CASH; all the right, title, claim and interest,
that Augustus Steed hs in and to, a tract of
Land ot the west f'-k of Mn!lcrry creek in
civil districts No. 5 and 6. bounded on the
South by the original school tract of latid
West by the lands of Alexarvler Ashbyta heirs
and Uur.keu's heirs North by the -lands of
C. Carriger and East by the lands of Wi!son
Martin, Ben Ingle and George Cunningham's
heirs containing 315 acres. . - .
-B.FARQUIIAR30N.CIk and II.
Jnne 2. 133S.-7:v6 ow$i &
Ciumeery Sale of v.ad.
X - pursuance, of a decree of the Chancerv
Court sit FavettevillvJ, tirooTmced at the
February term, 150, in the case of W. T. Rosi
vs. J. L. Thomson, I will on Monday,
or parcel of. Land, the same being the western
rortion of a Tract sold bv W. T. Ross to L. T.
i Gray and -others; and by Mid Ross and Gray
'to Jam 'L. Thomson, lying akt one m'.le
j west of Favettevi lie and coi-tains 4a acres
S.iid bind is sold toeLfarce the vendor's lien
for tho purchase money. .
Bond with approved security will be
reouircd of the purchaser, and a lien retained
. . rtrnnit APSfiV rt T
;. T. -lorn r-T...ci &t c."
Chancery Sale of a Kto'rc Slomc'
j TN pursuance of a d;cre of the Chsnccry
A Court at Fayette y ide, pronounced a t the
Tebraary terra, 18o, ra the case of .W.Gill
vs. L.E.Tucker,eta!.,I will ouITIonilay. tbe
I 5jli day ol Aiicut.r.e.Tt.atthe court house
orth JEat Corner
occupied by Lv B. Tucker & Co. .
Terons desiring to purchase an eligible
Stand for a Store, would do well to call and
examine tho premises.
- Tbe sale is made to enforce a lien retained
upon the same for the payment of the purchase
money. -Possession given immediatelr.
. Jiir.e 2, 1856 o7:vG 5w i 80
t liiiiiCMy S:iJc f La ml.
Mirsuanre bf a .decroeef thrf Chancery
j Curfat FaretteviHe. pronounced at the
February term, 1S5G. in the case of William M.
j Todd against James L. Thomson and others, ;
II Will Oil FionlTT, the 4ll 5aT fj
AusTHSt fiext, at the Court House door in
'l,u"l-1Favettcville,or for sal to the highest bidder
fl)r'Cosh a valuable tract of land situated in
at a staKe on tne norm sine oi me puoiic roaci,
thence north 3i east 90 poles td a stake,
Jhenre west CO poles, thence north Ja east
41 poles to a stake, tnence west vb'J poles to a
btke, thence South 2C west 131 oics to a
stake, thico south 80? cast 12S poles to
the beginning orjtaining by actual enrvey
07a acres. .
Said land is sold to enforce, the ven dor's
lien for tha purchase nnnev.
li. FARQUil ARSONS Clk"& 11. '
June 2, lS'tl rn7:v05v-$; t 80
tnaiirery of JLnuU. -
IX pursuance of a decree of the Chancery
Court for 'Lincoln County, pronounced nt
Februsrv term, 1853, in the matter of Hugh
f I. Penny and others, Eill for S:i!c of Land, J
July, 18.35, offer for sale on tfcft premises,
to t!;e bigtiost uaucr. on a crc'iir 01 one ana
two years, a VALUABLE TRACT CF LAND
, .. . . : r ry r . : r : .
south by the lands of Joseph McCown.and on
.'the w"cst by the lan(l3 ot Ann 1.1 air. lionrts
with approved security wwi ne req-jirw 01 ine
purchaser, and a lien retained upon the land
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R. FARQUli ARSON, C. J H
- 'May 31, lS50-(n7:vG)--5w 1 80
TY virtue .of twelve Vcndi
JlJ tioid Ex;onas to me"is.uied fe'jyJ'
from the Clerk, of the CireuUiSjviitt
Court of Linor.ln County, Tennessee, in the
IVUUHUl JJllilHIt VA.U11I.I, J t.ii:viv.t, 11. lire
, f j w D b: n v & McElr0
T. r. Grcen, Dance & Fergeson, Holt St Hilcs,
..Tams Meadows, J. T. Meruit use of Toll ey,
i'jaion q-rarKS, ana xoney xjuiuu . aia.a,
ngftinst ThomrJ?. Thelps, I will on.- the
firstMonday of July nest, the same being the
7th day of said month, 1856,oflVr for sale for
cash, at the Court House do-r iu the iown of
Fayetteville sH the riaht, title snd claim and
interest that Thomas Fhelp3 has in and to the
the loilCwmcr uescriDea tract ot Uiiiasuuaw:'!
in Lincoln Cormtv: in civil "district No 1, wd
bounded or. tlte . cast by the lauds of Frdix
Mollow, on ths south by the lands of John
flilvortooth, -cm the west by the lands, of
Caloway Dunkl, and on the north by the lands
of James T. Baxter, supposed to contain one
hundred and gevcntv-eigbt acrrs. . . - -.-
MOSKS CRUSE, SheriF.- '
May 22, ISOH6:v63 S4 80. :
ESTRAY LINCOLN COUNTY
rjlAKEN up by A-W. Caloa
JL lSlh dis. a ilorw. bav color.
scar on left knee, also a ecar on tame
lrr Vim flown a little left nin'd font white.
! .-.. -i' - . ; '
w9 footed all; ronnd. tio brands of marks
it)erceivable. Valued at 175. Touted June 2,
rpASES rip by $ ohn t. Smith, In !jC-rrN
X 3d dis a Marc, dark bay, black -C&L
rnane and tail, rme white tears supposed to be
saddle mark t about la hands hijih, about b
or 7 vecra old. , Valued at $100. Tosted May
J. B. BASKETTE. t - U. H. SMITH
BASRETTE & SlUTn, ;
iioi'neyg at JLatv9
" . FATETTEYILLE, TEXtf. - . -07'Cfficb:
Pouth side of the Square.,)
May 15, 185612nf , ,
010 esia SALT; ,
. ... -BR- rons bpix.
NEW AND VALUABLE.
" Tb most poverfal King o lh be of th glch o
DinA tapnoM la tha American Kapablie. lb power
of tlx erovMd hmda ot arop tint into iaiignUieuo
vUea compared ta ooi Amaneaa King. . ,
nropeaa kmirl etnploy th powvr TMtevl la tbcm t
loereaM th ncbai of th rich acd lordly, aad Io raise
to greater miaery ant drgmUtioa, tha pooraad dapaad
nc oar American King goaa fortb wicb equal iUhif
nes to tha lordlr mansioa and tha bumble erfbin, readr
alike to admin uter relief, and too fir r beallh sod aappt
dm to tha lofty and iowij, tha hob and tha poor.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
AMEHICAN KH7Q OP PAH
ft the TiTTa wotnn op h Woain. aad tha greatest
bleenog ever offimd to aSictad kamaaitT ; to low suf
fering mUiioaa, tha Doctor caa mj, relief b at ,onr eoes
niand. Too hare enlr to on this nagieal mnadr. : A U
-those -who stiil iuffrr, aad wi'l Dot accept tha proihr4
Baim, dewrva not tha pier of their fiuniiiee.
This woadrrful medicine, durinjr tbe brief period tine
Its introUttctioa, has earriad happiaan to tha aearta ot
AkAiMana et yt aaaiiA lira av jaKa.ia tgt, mana) aarrwa hi a - a
fore regarded it only as a painful and miserable exist- j
. To tha triads with aH Llohnents, Kmbroeationf, Psia
Killers, and Paia Estractors, and let millions of glad
. anngHea preolaba tha merit of tha great - Ajnericaa
King of pais,' a praparatioa eompomd eolely ef Age
tables aad roots, produced by Amerlea awa rkk acd
We would ask tha Liens, who art alvaja eoespataai
Judges of what is aod what it aot a Taloahi famllr med
Lin. to do as a special fan iy girtcg tbe King of Pain
- a single trial, aad if aatiebcterr, exert their influence
in its behalf, reeoauaend It, speaK well aad eftea of it,
aad sea that it is used by their afflicted neighbors. Ths
Ladies arealwajri e ban table, and whea tbe, induce fheir
tu&riog friends to use this really valuable atedieiuev
they will be doing aa act of baaevoleaea that they aan
weil ba proud of. This is a powerful and truly-magical
remedy for all external diseaws. soras, swelling, burns,
kc, and for many inrernal afflictions is a eert&ia care,
yst it is perfect iy harmless, aad incapable of producing
tha least injurious enacts La ths most deiicata eases ur
tha weakest constitution.
It is entirely useless to follow the old and worn -oat
jysten of publishing t the publie thousands of eerua
cars of wonders performed be this mn-ikina. It eoeta
but tweotj-flTe tali t tre ii, and lr. Bull stakes hie
well earned reputation oa tha King of Paia doing all :
and mora than ha claims for ic -' .
we would ass: tare yoa tne iweirmarisai or aoat 1
SIims ape wot nUmm apt MMnuuiiAna. and w Snow CKaa r
j wouiu ua vb uxiT ukb away as iwa ae f vamiiua
BULL'S KISQ Of PAtS." -"
VTonld yea be cared ahaoat immediately of Bowel
Complaint, Djtentery, Bummer Complaint, Cholera mor
bus, Cramp, Ootio, Uead Ache, Tooth or any other aoha
or pain, tha remedy is simple and tha cure certain,
CSS THJ GKIAT KCtQ Of PACT.
' Would you hare your Sores, Swelling, Cats, Bonis,
Beside, Bruises, or any other wounds healed, V repeat
It, use tha
UAOICAX KEta Of PACT.
' ' Wosld yoa be eared of Boald Head, Stiff Joints, Bora
- Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Breast, Iambs go, TetMr or King
Worm, SaltKheum, Bites ef Poisonous Insects, Chapped.
Uaads, aad au other gores, either dry or running, wo
ay again and again rocs axsnsf ia Dr. John Bull'
, "KISS Of PACT." . : ,
Would yon be cored of King's Zril, Cancer, Tumors,
Eruptions, or any dimes of tbe gain canned by impure
blood, then use Dr. John Bull's earsapsriiia internally,
and the King of Pain externally, nothing caa be more
Certain than a speedy and eAVcraiti ears.
DR. JOBS BULL'S '
This medicine, when used seeoriBng to dhwaAion
wUl care, without fail : -
, or King's Eril,
tbe Sltin. Erynipeiae, '
. . Tnmors, Chronio, bore Eree,
King Worm or Tetters, Scald Uead,
Rheumatism, Pains in ths Bones os -Joints,
Old Bore sad Oleers, Swelling of , ' -the
Gland, Eyphilis, Dyvpepiia, Salt Kheom,
Diseases of the Kidney, Disease arinng frora tho .
useof Mercury, Loeof Appetite, Pain in tbe Side and
BhonUers, Oeaeral Debility, Lambaga, Coughs, Colds,.
Drnpey, Jauadiot, Ocxtieenees, Bmachi;is, Weakness of
Cbt, Son Ttiroat, Pnimoavy aStcttoie, and all ether
Diseases tending to produce Consumption, Lire Com
plaints, female Irregolarities and Complaints, Law -Spirits,
Bick aad NerrousUead-acha, Night Sweats, '
aUposures, or Imprudence ia LU, Chroaio eoa- .
stitutional Diseases, and as a Spring and
wiunmer Drink, aad General Tonic for tha
Bystem, and a Gentle aad Pleasant .
Purgative, It is superior to Bluo . . .
lack and Congress Water,
, Powders. - " '
It If a twmartabls fast, that among th hundreds oJ
eminent physieians who bars examloed the recipe by
which Bull'e Sareaparilla ia prepared, aot one has aoa
demned H, bat all approra it. aad eommand it in tha
' highest terms Many physician express themselves
strongly hi th belief that it I decidedly the best repa
ration of SaraepariUa that ha arer been placed before
the public ' Although there are many physicians who
feel a relnctane to having their names appended to tha
recommendation of any particular remedy, notwith
standing they may approra of U ia th highest degree; -there
are ether who frankly yield their support m faros
'-' of a remedy which they know I capable of doing so
much good in an afflicted community. As aa evidence,
. read th following from old and respectable pbyticiaas,
of hlh. standing la the eoaunaaHy in which they lire.
(tTeatuDOny like th following readers rtrperfloas
all comments on th efflcaey of Bali's Sareaparilla. P row)
Dr. h. P. Tandeil, Professor ef Chemistry in lb Loots
ule Medical College I hare luokedoeertbsilstof in- ,
gradient . composing John Boll's Extract of Sarssparili
aod hare no beritatioa ia saying that they form a safe '
compound, aad oaa that promise well in chroaio dis
oases, to which it at applicabla. L. P TAKDALL hi.D.
LouuTiLLS, June 6, loid. ,
What Dr. Pyles, physician by appointment to tha '
LooisTiU llano Hospital says of Bull a Sarsaparilla t '
' - ' LocurriiS, March 30, 1843t
I have warn tried tha presartptloa for the preparation
ef John Bull's Ssnaparilla, aad I beliere tha eombrna
tioa to be aa excellent ana, and well calculated to pro
duce an alterative Impreiwlon an the system. I bare
used it both ia public and private practice, and think
It ths best article now ia ae. . M. PTLKS, ILD.
' fiesUeat Pbyaidaa Louisville Uarlna Iloepital ..
Better testimony than was rvfreSered in &Torof any
metlicine. ev JC W. Behoo Key. M. BUvenson : ,
" LorjnTvnaB, Hay 30, 1319.
TTs hsve oeed John BuU's Sarsaparfna, and av -known
it to ba used, with entire eausfectioa ; aad w
' have bo hesitatioa ia stating our belief, that It it a safe
and valuable medical compound, and calculated to pro-' . ,
due much good aad relieve much MuVriug; and therefora
- wvaldebeerfuUy aad most earnestly recommend it to tha
- (Signed) . . W. SKHOtf,
-1 X. BTSVJiNSOJf. .
' We would aarnastly Invite all persons who uw sorftr
fng with any of the iRs that neeii ia heir to, to eall oa
Dr. John Bull agent snd get -copy of Bull's family
Journal gratis ; and for the sake of hamaaity we hops
that a eiojle individual wiil not be found unwilling to)
gii Cull SarsaparUi: a trial af-er reading aad reeot- ,
leeting, at ths earn time, that it ht imposeib'e for tha
Doctor to pabliea tha tenth part of th aumber of eer
ti&cates of astounding cures performed by bis Sarapa
nila. The amount of testimony voluntarily showered
as Dr. ball Sareaparilla, from well known and diitia-
uirlied indmduais, both in public and prirat lli has
srfecuy ovarwheuning. .
Oflitcs: Jfo. 1 Firth St., Loulsrill e
Rj., mid Ho. 9 (llsey BnildinS
Canrtfaiid St., H. Y. ,. - . ' : .
The above popular medicines received and
for sale by DIMMER & HAMPTON, Fay
etievillc; .T. L. Jones, Lewistmr; S. B. Robi
son, MnrfrecbbiTTo; Deery frr Majors, Shelby-
vilie; A. bhook, Wmcaester. tail ana r?t
almanacs and pamphlets free." which describe
their use. .i-.' hov. B.loaa 12m '
t. EERETLL SKA GO.
VEAG(T& LAWRENCE, :
ATLANTA G A. -
STRICT; attention is piven to the CWV
storage ar.d sale of ' Ilacon, Lard, J3
Corn, Oats, "Wheat.Flour, Domestic Liquors,.&e
" "Ve sell for Cash Only, and therefore have
either the Produce or Proceeds at hand.
Liberal cash facilities offered to shippers. .
May 8,1856 12m.
Trunks, Yaiisev Carpet Eafs,
Ij ur. vae rarrrtersi we nave fm'i ' V
ja. 1 iou-'us, ouuveis, r-pa-JC?, -
Hoes, Chains Axe, Cro.K cut
and Hand saws. Scythes, Cradles, Grind Stoae,
Millet Bladen, Grass Blades, Catting Kinves.
NEIL,- MOORES St WRIGHT..'
! IMMENSE STOCK OFNEV
SPRING "AND SUMMER -GOODS
Nei f , Moores & Wright
HAVE just 'received from the
Northern . cities a pplecdid jr&l
assortment of asinab!e Gootls.ia j-iJ
which tn'ay fc.i found ererv article sartally kept
!ia retail bnwes, hs well is "tn my not tjsualiy.
! fonn in th is pi ice. " Ve hare pr.t tvery&inf
dox li the loves'. pfsHt Jijiirejrt proof of whicrt
we oaiy aa cxuuiutioa OI Our 50003 aH
In ThU we havS a sup jrb aist'rtttout
consiatic 111 part of . . .
Elerrira Far.cv silks: " '
Super Black 'Jo. plain and EirnJ;
I . 1 U 1 ' IT lfl inn 1 f AVtaJ-a llllt fx- .
' Canton Crp-? for mo iruu: dresses;
Black ai l Km.-y Rjn ircy; -
lijillantines, riai n bcrfres h!1 odor;
Linen Lawns, Frinted Jaconet;
l..fl Swis3(!,ch.VJi?, rlpel Nansoiotd
; Iri lit"! Ltwnst etc. etc. - '
A Biuiij'Hl assortment. of Mdritls nd
I Mantillas, Bt tck hu1 Fanrv.
j ' NEIL.M0'JKE3 & VTRlGliT. ;
1 April 17. - ' -. .
; GENTLEMEN'S GOODS,
1 7S HKSGH Clotlt B! r- T'aok
ren and Drown, all outl
ait ijat- "l,-.-t'..'i
ines ani pr;ct.v
j inures, a'.lns. U-KniiirT"
i Marseille?, Linens, ItJ.'i ttv Ciotbs. Drab ds
jl!tesrcU besides a stock vf
READY 3JADE tXOinuC,.
! that will boar comfvarisfM with ttnr.liVn
; .aru.-'Mnt to be found in the Statj. To" em
.t - m nre all descrijititiT:.-- would bo "tI:on
.'surli-stjattosay we have C W Pants, Vest.
' 'aat Sairtsuf every quality ud lrii.o, fxoiath
j costTTest to the cheapest.
j ' Ouritssorfrnjnt of - '
j ; HOOTS. S!lor. ATOi HATS, : i
is. nmirti.iHy cxtsnsits "and cannot iS&y
fait.tu ple.v. Wojurn aunt's.
- ' : B-ibeV. Lell-aauj Kn,li:i, Hue
. ii ye $ Co's Hats of etory tin.lr-'- - ' . '
: Super Mule skin fiwni $3 tf ij. ;
-i. . Ele-ant soft ha.U - fc3 L,S3:
A!lcolorscheiipb.ita,-of all .tvleit: '- '
witac.r.s; . . . .
SiIvtopol: trtc. et.
ug 9, l outJiS,
Childrea'a Hats of vr
1 a. t
cri':a cw.-J w-w-n.
'.. NEIL, M002F5 & WRJOaT.
April 17. . ;
IjA IrjoT IMPOKTAT'iONS OF
Spring aad Snaeer Qosis kt IS5G,
; . B T T. . GOODtllClL v.
IIIAYE just received iad opca- ;
ed an cntireN ne etr.ck oi rvp
Sprias and Scraracr fivods-WM;
waich i.bwiz the.Urest and .lui selected
j stock that I have ever hyi the pleii.i:re of of-
j fering to the pablie. These JJoo-?h were pnr
(Chased at tho very Inwet piiiil. r.ttes, ami
t will be sold wnnsually ! .. kr CASH, or ou
time t'o-punctual tinie-dealerj. Jliln alftn
,m -Business ctu.Ms ma to s:I at smaller rrofit.
1 l - t - . r . . . -
man aerezoiorp. My atoct 01
very complete. ' Ir fart. I have1 everjts.iW
a.ly can desire'fmrn the finest to the com2
moru-et. My stock or" ....
Cfvulleincii's - dms Goods
, cattot be surpassed. All I ih an lamm-i.
n ation of t,hifock; and I wilt taii grotf rU-:
" ,j "'""' "iciu i.' s i t r win i.tvor me
with their presence. ; T. a QOODSIQH.
April 3. " - t
' I 'uK umterji;grti'd i now- cac'eivii " jjf
iiu uiiemnp. s nss Hr ea tne 45.
west tue 01 trie S-pi:irf. t ayetWviile,
term.. OTKjor tbe mtst extensive anJ-.lsiraW
stocks of j . -
ISPRING AND5UMMSB GOODS
(ever oilered in thin market. Tkr MnrTtinse
una oeen anwincii sonw lirfieAt rutahar
by ice In the Ohio river, which iedtice' m",
te oSer it at - - " - " ' . - - -
- TftF S3I4LX'pROriTSi
in order la close out duruig the seasoa ,,
. I be leave te say in thii short GinL; f '
do' no intend to be ier.yf hy.) that tbese GimkU
were purchased antler iha most fvorabl qir -
cumsrances, Dy an expenencl buyer, well ttr
quainted with the wishea.and taste of the com -tuunity:
and I can say for him, that he h
spared neither virae nor care iu the eelsctioat
I cannot c!ot this commur.icatira VTitIro
aaiii retarniprriy jrratef.il acknowledgnjen '
to a generouj comnmoitr Tor the verv liter '
pasonage extended to.tnV fr tbi Iat twtnt
years, and a?t;n asHUMnj theui, Ihnt on tr,
part-all honontble meanwill be nsed toreta '
their COQndeiipe'and stipport."-: Tbe writer
conclusi.ji bniy reraarka that his ajorfrncr.t ' '
extensive ami complete, and invite au etan
ination before piircLan elsewhere-. ' '
Miy 1. : u . JQUX GOODRICII.
-DR08, 1DTC1HS '
'. asb -
DIKMER & .ITAMPTON herrgfel
just received- their 'Spring ,nkiK
stock of Oood, consisting o( 'evcrytbif ia
their line, to which they respecifullr all the
attention of the public. . Tlirotk is larex
and more complete in assnrtmcnt than it lae
ever been and willbeWdon Ihe nvs-t reason--able
terms. - Fhyiiciamr'arul all other w?,hirg
to purchase anythin ia their tradu will do
well to. call and examine their stock at their
store, west aide of the public g.niare, Fvette
ville.Tenn. - D1EMER & tUMl'TUtf.
April 20. "
TCDS,- Pails, Bnckc. cedar, TT
spruce and rdne) Churns and i2
Wash boards,. Willow ware of all kinds. VVe'
give the highest market price for Barter of all
kind. - JfEIL, MOOitES St VKIGHT.
. April 17. ' ' ' ' - ' .I .
Coltonj Wanted! !
11 ti v:jsn to purchase tiTCijJXi
f irnndrcilIJaJ of Cotton.
for which the highest mnriet vricein CA SI1 kZI
be paid hj . .. MOOIiMA2f & S PERKY.
,. March 27, 1856. . . . She&yyUIc, Term.
IN pursuance of, a decree- ef the Cbitty
Court of Lincoln Conntr, pror.ounced at the
May term, 1S56, 1 will on Monday, the 23d day
of Jure next, offer for sale to the highest bid
der, tijioo the premises, oa a credit of Twelva
Months, all the lands buloning to the estate rf
Aaron 'McDbugal, deceased, dower excepted;
the purchaser giving bond and cc irity, and a
lien retained upon, the land until tbe purchaso
monev wpaid. 'Tbia 0th May. 1855.
" .- ELI la IICDGE, Clerk. -
n4;v6 ti tee g2 80. ..
A'' GOOD article of FLOUR received
jt. and for sale by - ' ' H
jelg . , Cr 8t W. CART1.