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"".-.,-5" v .:iV) ,' Ladfe? , .Boto , ;.. ; , A" little grlore stirs up my fieart, as tides stir no And suoy rjiiepln, vvtjeti it- flits, wakes many; a curions motion ; AH sWtsT6 )aA3iest;,ti$tdg thrill my feelings as ' they'd orterg , Bul little female gaiter; Loots afe death, and nothing And jiisffo put you on yonr guard, ' I . --?-lfc-Hv"e ;Voa short and brief, " ;A7sm'ail-hotel experience . . t-r5V'cu died my. heart with grief. .... ., Last Summer, at the Clarendon, - i stopped a week or more, And marked 'two boot-ies" every morn ' -'.Before my "" neighbor's Joor Two boots with patent leather tips - Two boots which seemed to say: "An angel trots aronrid inns;" They stole my heart away! . - ? I saw the servant take 'em off, With those of all the Lrntes His soul was all in sixpences, Uat mine was in the boots. And often in my nightly dreams They swept before my face . A lady growing out of them -As flowers grow from a vase. Tint, 'ah one morn, I saw a sight "Which struck me like a stone; . , ' ' Some other name was oji the boots Those boots w'orS'hbt alone! A great, tall, pair of other boots . Were standing by their side; "' And off thoy walked that afternoon, Vs' And with them walked a-n-bride! Enough, enough, my song is sung Love's tree bears bitter fruits; Tijware of beauty reader mind, ' But,' oh! , beware of boots! TITOS. J. JOHNSON Tiasjuct received and is receiving a large and well selected Stock of DRY GOODS, Grorcrics) Hardware ami Cittlerj-j- ;' White Load, Putty, Coopers' Tools, Truss ITosrs, Trunks & Carpet Bugs. A tine lot of Dress, Frock and Over Coats, Pauts and Vests. Also a heavy Stock of Hoots and Shoos, Blankets, Kerseys. Wool Hats, &c. - HOTICE. Those iudebted to me rill please call and let rae know when it will be convenient for them to settle. tT- A fine New Close Carriage, to time purchaser, or cash. ' ' 1 gentle Harness Horse, price S175. THOS. J. Dec. 2, 1854. 22-tf JOHNSON, FAYETTEVILLE BOOK STORE. . II V A. E. TAYLOR. Having purchased' Mr V.'hUaker's interest in the Fayjtteville Book Store, I - will continue the business in my own name. ' I have just received a largo assortment of Books of all kinds. To those f.ivoring m with their patronage I will endeavor to give satisfaction. All th-r latest publications of the day Magazines, I'eriodicals, works of fiction, &c; -can le seen upon my table. 1 havirur raagemants by wtich any book, not alroarly on hand, can be supplied at the shortest notice. All I ask is a chance to prove my promptness. Anioug iny-sttck may be found large Family Bibles from St 25 to 515; l'reshytcrian, Methodist and Bapt ist Hymn Books; Episcopal Prayer Books ; ami other religious books. . A good supply of 'SCHOOL BOOKS ahvr.ys on band, such as Greek, and Latin Readers; French. English and Latin Grammars : Webster's unabridged Dictionary; various kinds of Geograpliys. by di;ferent authors ; all, the different kinds of Arithmetics. Spell ing Bouks. Readers. &c. &c.; Histories of fie United States. England, France. Ac. In fact all kinds of sohool books usually culled for. A large assortment of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS kept constantly on band. , - STATIONERY. White, blue, rnlol and unrnled Foolscnp Paper ; Letter Paper, nil sizes and colors; Note Paper, fancy and plain ; Envelopes, large and small size, self sealing; BLANK BOOKS of every size, quality and price: Tas and Time Book' : copy l ooks; inkstands; Pens and Bene' Is; slates and slate pencils; sealing wax, tissue paper, ive. &c. I will sell low by the wholesale, and make a liberal discount to schools or merchants. I respectfully ask an examination of my stock. Any Borik not on baud can 1k procured in a short time. A largo lot of Music for Piano and Guitar constant ly on band. A large supply of Melodians, Gnitars, Violins. Claro-ifts, Flageolets, Flutes, Tamborines. and Instruction Books. My stock shall be increased with the demand. Coun try merchant would find it to their advantage to give in? a cr.ll. as I think 1 can give satisfaction. A. E. TAYLOR. Opposite new College building. Fayctteville, Nov 25, 1S54." tf P. S. I have an excellent lot eh ice SUGARS and fine chewing Tobacco, for sale cheap. SASIIf biixds ANr ioous. G. S. BUIE A- CO. Are now putting up in this place Machinery of the most improved kind for the manufacture of SASH. BUNDS and DOORS, which will enable us to furnish a good article a;id at les3 price than thc-y have ever b2ea sold iu this market. , also; Ornamental Mouldings of all kind, l.ingth and size. ?. ichia ;ry expected in a few days for planing, toague ing and Rrooying Flooring. AU orders a blrosscd. to G. S. Bute i Co. will re ceive prompt attention. . ; - G. S. BUIE & CO. Fayeiteviile, Nov. 18, 1R54. 20-fim . ' SVGA!!, , ' '" ' .- .'- ' Porto IUccj, N- Orleans and Ilivana, Brown, Clarified. Crushed and Pulverised, for sale at the People's Store, by " WEBB & BROTHEit. ' Nov. 11. ' Iim-c Ciller ViiK-arj By 'the gallon or barrel, for sale at the People's Store, bv WEBB & BROTHER. Nov. 11. MactefeT, Xo. 1 People's Store, by Nov. 11. an.l 2, for sale at tlie WEBB & BROTHER. JfiF Prime Rio and COFFEE, for sale at the " Nov. 11. Old Government Java People's Store " by . WEBB & BROTHER. '- ' osior's, A'fow barrels Wethorsfiel.l Onions for sale at the Po ole's Store, by WEBB & BROTHER. Nov, II. S?" The New York Ink Company's ce'ebrat- eu wr:tm;r t Iinu and black Ink, wholesale ami retail at the People's Store, by the airents. Nov. 11. ' WEBB & BROTHER. Johnson, Ilollins t Co's. WethersSeld Garden Seeds, for sale at the Peojile's Store, by their agents, WEBB & BROTHEK. Nov. ii. . ; , ESll'ITV LAN O SlLri. By virtue of a D icree'of the Court of Equity of Cum-b-trUv.il county, I will proceed to sell, on Tuesday the 9th day of January next, at Nathan K. ?.Icuu!he s store in snid county, at public auction, the following tracts ot laud belonging to the estate or the lata Levi est dee d, to-wit : . . - 233 Acres lying on both sides of the Horse pen Branch. - 22S -Acres ioitmiir the lands of Margaret Smith and ot li nrs. ' 75 Acres on the" west side of Black Mingo near the cou-iiy line. ' - 14 Aores-oa Black, Mingo in Sampson county, near the line.- " . - 1 - . . . i Tue above lands are valuable for timber and tnrpen-tln-Jj'and will bis sobl on ft cri;dit of six months, pur chasers giving bonds with approved security, bearing interest front the date of sale. - . .... . W. A. HUSKE, Nov. 25, 1854; 2I-fit 4 - ' r Clerk & Master. -'-f-'.:i-- : KOrifB, -.,,,- :- - - . Persons indebted . to -the snlscribcrs by ascount r.vist positively pay up. Longer indulgence cannot ve given. . - 1 BRYAN YATES. r,r;;,;.. io'S, S. All E Y, -,. .t- : ' li," ' j. ,-..-' v' ' Dealer in ' : , : ' PAKCT DBT GOODS, nlTS, CAPS, Jiools, ! Shoes, and Sugar' and CofficT' The public 'are invited to give a call at the Oltf Stand formerly occupied by S.J. Hinsdale, south-west corner of Market Square, Gillespie street. ' j , j, ' . Oct. 28, 1854. " PLANTATION AND SAW MILL .... OR SALE. The Subscriber offers 24 acres" of Land for sale, situated on Lower Little ltiver, about one mile from the F. & W. Plank Road and one from Murcbison's Factory, and near the line of the Western Kailroad. There is a Sat? 51 ill on the premises.' Also, a dwel ling house, lerms moderate. - " Farther information can be obtained by applying to the subscriber in person or address him at Manchester P. O., Cumberland county. . - - ARCIFD McDUGALD. Sept SO, 1854" ' 13-tf BIL.LIAHD TABLES FOR SALE. I have TWO rood Billiard Tables with all the fix tures,which I will dispose of on reasonable terms if application be made soon. ,. . " - JAMES 11 ALL. ft. Sept. 9,1854. SlO-tf DENTISTRY. ('. 15 V. A" IiOAV, Snrgeou Icntist Would respectfully announce to the ctti- .zons ot l-ayctteviiie anu vicinity, mai i;reeable to apnoiatment. lieisaairi at hoTne. He mav be found at his rooms, near the Market. vvherehe will be pleased to receiveallsand wait on those in need of the services of a Dentist. All operations performed upon the latest and most approved plans.. Entire satisfaction guaranteed in everv instance. Oct. 7, 1S54. l t-tf ' BVKEUT AD CONFECTIONERY. ? The Fiihcriber has procured the services of a com tetent Baker from the North, and he informs the citi zens of Kayetteville that they can lie supplied-with Vrrsh Bread every day at about eleven o'clock. lie also keepn a good assortment in the confection ery line : Candies, Baisins. a variety of Nuts, large supplv. Anything in that line. JOSEPII OTTAKPEUG, Nov -ltb. ,3m Wagon Yard buildings. T. TA YD OR Is now receiving his Fall and Winter stock, consist- STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS, Boots, Shoes. Hats. Hardw are, Groceries, &.C. at his old stand on Green street. Oct. , 1854. Zra JAMES G. SMITH'S hair. d3f.ssisc and shaving saloon, Opposite the Fayettf.vii.i.e Dank. All kinds of Perfumeries, Hair Oils, shaving and hair Brushes, toilet and shaving Sopps, for sale. . Also, a good supply of choice CIGARS. October 20. 1854 " v EOTICE TO DEBTORS. All persons indebted to the subscriber by note or account previous to the 1st July last, nre earnestly re quested to make payment forthwith, ns it is very in eoTivenient to give jny longer indulgence. It is hoped that this notice will besnflieient. Having made some change in my business, it is important that old ac counts should be settled and they must be settled. P. SH EM WELL. P. S. T can be found at the store of Shemwell V McDonnld. who. in my absence, are authorized to re ceipt in mv name. Oct. 7. 1854. l t-tf A CARD. The undersigned have associated themselves together for the purpose of doing a general Boating Business on the Cape Fear River. They would therefore give notice to the public, that they are now prepared to accommodate them at all times with A Steam Boat at both eads of the Line. JAMES E. METT3. M. J. RAMSEY. N. A. RAMSEY. Oct. 20, 1S54. FRED'K C. METTS tf E XPR E S S S TEA M B OA T LINE. Str. SOUTHERNER, FAIRY, for Pp.s-engTs and Freight ; Str. EVERGREEN, and ELIZA. for Freight only. Lighters .T. R. Blossom. Eliza McDugalJ, F. Fries, Red Fox. Gov. Morehead, Express. North State, A. B. Chesnutt. RAMSEY .t BRO.. W. II. McRARY .V CO.. Ag'ts at Fayetteville. f Ag'ts at Wilmington. All roods sent to the care of the "EXPRESS STEAM, BOAT LINE ;' will be taken on Freight, and forwarded with the greatest despatch. .As our facilities for accomodation are greater than ever before known on onr River, it will be our greatest pleasure and effort to give still the more satisfaction. JAMES E. METTS. M. J. RAMSEY. N. A. RAMSEY. FRED'K C. METTS. October 20, 1S54 tf SI31M MILLS. li'Oll SALE. The Favetteville and Western Plank Road Company will dispose of, on favorable terms, two Steam Mil's, as they now stand, between Salem and Bethanin. Per sons wishing to purchase will please call on Mr Francis Fries. Salem. George Makepeace. Randolph county, or at the Oilice of the Company in Fayetteville. JNO. M. ROSE, Nov 25, 1S54 21-tf. For F. & W. P. R. Co. 1S00 AC 11 13 S OP GEORGIA LAID FOR SALE. The subscriber offers his valuable tract of Turpen tine Land for sale, containing eighteen hundred acres. it tinted in Wayne county, (ia.. ou Altamaha River. About thirteen hundred acres is excellent turpentine lands, the pines having never been touched. About live hundred acres comprises part of the rich lands of the Altamaha. 1 hose w ishing to purchase will do well to see or address the Mibscriber at Smithlicld. N. C. Nov 18. tf C1IAS. II SNEAD. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! ! I have received at mv store, in the Wasron Yard buildings, a large assortment of CLOTHING, such as Dress and Frock Coats, Overcoats, Pants, x ..... Vests, Cloaks, &c. &o. Also, a good stock of Boys and Negro Clothing. invite an examination of mv Goods, as I intend to sell as cheap as any house in the place. MATTRESSES, hair, shuck and mow, Alwavs on hand, op my own MAxri'Af.'Tt RE. Anvthing in that line can be procured at my establishment, mad of the best materials, which I offer at low prices. JOSEPII OTTARBERG. November 4th. 3m NOTICE. On the 12th of June last I mailed a let ter at Prospect Hall P. O., Bladen county, directed to Mr Joshua Carman. Fayetteville. N. C, containing two one hun dred dollar notes on the Commereni; Bank of Wilming ton, one numbered lLvi tne other IKiln. The letter also contained a blank note signed bv John S. Willis and Bartram Robeson, and endorsed bv Thos. J. Robe sou. for the pnrpose of renewing a note held by the Bank of Cape Fear at Fayetteville. The letter has not. readied its destination. All persons are hereby cau tioned ngalust using the note, and if the letter and its contents are returned tome b. liberal reward will be paid. JOHN S. WILLIS. Oct. 28, 1854. 2m . FOR SALS. I will sell my House and Lot on Person street. Low er Fayetteville. The Lot contains one acre of ground, with an excellent well of water, and the House is new with five rooms and one kitchen.' . A comfortable resi dence for a small family. Terms made easv to the purchaser. ; WM. WATSON. Oct. 14, 1854. ' 15-tf . MONEY. We dislike to allude to unpleasant subjects during these hard times, but if our customers whose notes and accounts have been lying over for one and two years, would call and pay us, we would lie thankful. .- If not convenient to call in person, remittances will do. We would almost consent to pay postage for the sake of J the cash. , J. T. WADDILL, Hay street 1 the cash. J December 2d. tf THE ORTHp WflWNWJJF I have received my Fall Stock of .DRY pOODS, My stock is larsre and well worth the.attcaatton of iu- chasers. - Anyt jijd otproiwee taken jn exchange. . , ..UUrJW'JIAwul-'' . I have a plentifurwjpply'of Gunny and Dundee Cot ton Bafffrinsr. Bale Hofle -aud Bagsrinsr Twine.- bvudiu your orders and they snail be supplietLS , Oct 1, 1S54. .tf: .: ,-:; . ". r'-- ': Dental and 8nrgtct Inslrnmnitd ' Magneto Electro Machines,' a lare assortment just ; x j i' 1 . 1 . . ' J. 19-tf SMITH Nov. 9, . :, NEW,.GC0PS,,,.H; v.3. ir At Mary's Onrtten, CiivnfcerTauVi County. , I am now receiving my FALL AND WINTER STOCK, consisting of ; A ,. .-. - - DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ; : v HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, , Hats and Caps, Bonnets, , Umbrellas,, Drugs and Medicines, &c. &c, In short, every articb? usually kept in a country Store; all of which are ottered for sale low for Cash, or in ex change for country produce. I will take Turpentine at lo cts. per barrel less than , the Fayctteville price, payable in goods or cash. ' ' '""' Staves and Heading -wanted. - ' G. W., LAWRENCE. Sept. 28, 1S54. " 13-tf ';"'" GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., 5! . WHOLESALE GROCERS .. r ' AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, W Just received a ' larsre assortment of GOODS in their liiie, for sale on favorable ternss. . , July 2C, 1S54. tf . RAMSEY & BRO., GENEIIAL POUWAUniKC ATJD COJMISSIOy 'MERCHANTS, Wilmington ml Fajrctlcville, And Agents for Metts' Line of Steam Boats, at Favetteville. M. J. RAMSEY.l n. A. RAMSEY. Oct 1, 1K54. tf WILT. IA 51 II. M1HSII, , Commission ami Korwariliug Merchant, Wati'.r Strket, AVILMINGTON,, N. C. Usual advances ' made on consignments. July 15, 1S54 F02-tf AViiclei"' Patent Sitlamaiulrr Safe. We keep constantly on hand en assortment of the above S-atcs, warranted tire-proof ; ar.d desirous of ex tending the demand for them, the makers have been in duced to deliver them here at New York prices. D. & W. McLAUIilN, Agents. June IS, 1S54 tf NKW FIRM AND NEW GOOD S. The subscribers lartre and splendid have j ii t stock of received ar.d opened a R EA D Y-TJA DE CD O THING, Consisting in part of Dress ami frock Coats, .--:u-k nnd business Coats, Cloaks and Overcoats of all descriptions nnd prices, boys and youths' clothing in abundance. In addition to the above, we constantly keep the largest and best selected sun k oi" PANTS and VESTS ever reen in this market or any other. Shirts, Collars, J)nnrers, Suspenders, Neck Ties, silk pocket and neck Handkerchiefs, and a great inunv other FCrB.lYJSIII.VG GOODS for Gentlemen, Which we offer for sale at wholesale or retail on reason able terms. Gentlemen :-.re respectfully invit'-d to call v examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Person street, next door to the Cape Fear Bank. GREENTREE. 1S54 II ENTER & CO. October 2S. THROW physic: to Tilt: d:jos. Pulvcrmic.lfir's Hin ro Elcdnc 1 oil eric Cimns, Producing instant relief from the most acute pain, and j permanently curing all Neuralgic diseases. Kitouma-j tism. p tint il and swelled Joints. Neuralgia of the I Face. IK-alu"". l'bndn-s. m. it us Daueo. puipita- t-ons of the H-art. p-rio lieal Headache, Pains in the Stomach. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Uterine Pains. Paralytis. etc., etc. Xheso ehams were first introduced in the city of New ork less than one year since, and after being subject- d to thorough trials in every hospital in the city, and pplied by Drs. Valentine Mott.Caruochan, Van IJnren nd others, ii was discovered that they possess strange and wonderful power iu the relief and cure of the above as of uisen'.-es. and their sale, nud tiie success that has attended their us-' is unparallcd. Previous to tiicir introduction into this country, they were ned in hospitals in Europe, and are secured by patents in France. Germany. Austria, Prussia, and En gland; and also in the United Slates. THINK CLOSE AND PONDER WELL." The principles upon which it is claimed t'.-it the Chains produce their murvelous cures are. first that 11 Nervous Diseases are utten'led ami produced 1.V a deficient, snpply of nervous fiuid. ami an agent that resembles closely electricity, or electro magnetism: and second that the electro inntrnetic chains, by being worn over and upon the part and organ diseased, fur nish to the exhausted nervous tliiid which is rctjuired o produce a healthy action through the entire system. No disgusting nostrum is allowed to be takeu while using the chains, but a rigid observance of the general laws of health are required. Brisk friction upon trie part diseased adds much to Cue effects of the chains, by creasing their magnetic power. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS will be given to any person who will produce. many well authenticated certificates of Cure, loth fVora in telli,rent patients nnd scientific physicians, is have l;cen eiiVcted by the use of Pnlverniacher's Electric Chains. They never full to perform what they are ad vertised to do, and no person has ever been dissatisfied who has given them a Trial. IN FEMALE CASES more than on" tiundred permanent cures of Prolapsus L ten have been eiiecteu witnm the last year by the use of these chains." By applying one cud of the chain over the region of the a-bdomeuv;, and .the other upon the spine just above the h'p, the usual severe symptoms incident to that disease are at once removed. - MODE OF USE- r. The chain should be moistened before use with com mon vinegar, niid then one end of the chain should be applied directly to the seat of the pain or disease, and the other end opposed to it. ; BE NOT DECEIVED! The Electric Chains are not to cure all diseases; but for Nervous Diseases it is claimed that NO Medical Agent, in the world has pro duced so many cases in the last year p.s the Electric Chain. .1 ... INSTANT RELTEF from the met acne pain, is produced at the moment 'of application much more effectually thnn can be produced by opium, in any of its forms. Call and obtain a pamphlet (gratis.) J. STEINERT, Sole Agent. rsJ-S. J. ninsdale agent at Fayetteville, "N. C. , November 4, 1854. 6m ; - C CHOCOLATES' A superior article for sale by . J. N. SMITH. Dec. lf. 24-4t ; NOTICE. The Subscrilier offers for sale his Plantation on Little Pee Dee. lying in the County of Robeson, N. C, and Marion District, S. C containing- J ,0K Acres; 125 of which are cbared and in a high state oficultiva- tion embracing both light and stiff soils. .These Lunds are heavily timbered with Fine and Oak, and admira bly located for the Lumber, Timber, and Turpentine business. There is upon the premises a comfortable Cottage and all necessary out-buildings, also a' Saw and Grist Mill, all new and located upon a perma nent stream, and operating upon the latest and most ap proved plans. . Persons wishing to 'buy will please Call soon as such a bargain is seldom presented. ' - . ? ; Apply to the subscriber personally, near Queens- dale P. O., Robeson, or to W. McIj. McKay.' Fayette ville. wno can give any lniormation pertaining to the Lanus. . . ... . . Terms will fee nnusnally favorable.' V ' ' i 7 r. :i : v . . 5 ' f. McRAF..-:- uec. a, ioj-i, v f.F A Y M&V-I?M P,n ;K. r:.fl.: MEW BAUERT. X-'w'"" ' The" Subscriber iias " estabiished a Bakery on' Bow Street, en the. Lot two doors East of Duncan McNeill's Cafoiriei Shop.?,lIe is prepared to furnish. Families, Boats, and tlHfpublie generally, ' with. Bread, Biscuit, irml'Cakfes of tar Sous kinds, of the best' quality, as he has procured the services of one of the lx:st Bakers in the State." l'rices reasonable. Give me a call. " ..!.'.; t CHAULES BANKS." Optober 1,J854,. ti ' - groceries; ' ' p boots 'Jjyn - shoes, t'OTvktctjr' And dumestic 'Liarous, V ,c"-;:mJi Choice ILivana" Cigars, ' ' ; -h English and French Sauces, r Cordials, &c. '' . W. DRAUGIIO Is now reeeivins: a larare and well-selected assortment oftGtOods in his line, selected by himself ia New York; amoug which- are the tallowing, viz: ...-. A full stock choice Groceries, , 200,000 Cigars of various brands, " One pipe very superior Old French Brandy, v Otard,"Dnpny Sc Co. ' ;, One do. do: do. ..Alex. Signett, pale. : .AVith several other brands. Pure Holland Gin, Old Jamaica and St. Croix Rnm, ''Old Golden and Brown Sherry 'Wines, Old Port Wine, '-: ' I .'' J Burgundy Port, Sicily Madeira Wine, &c; A variety of low-priced Wines. . 10 Lbls pare Cider Yinegar. IN CLASS, the following, viz: Ileiddlc Chsmpaigne Wine; Bellinger Champagne . . "Wine, nd several other brands. ' Still & Sparkling Hock Wines, several varieties LouRworth's Still & Sparkling Catawba Wine. Do. do. do. Isalella, or Lady's Wine. Imported Bkaxuy Chekkies; Chkki:y Bkanuy. The celebrated German Stomach Bitters. London PORTER and Edinburgh ALE, in quarts and pints. London Walnut and Tomato Catsup. Worcestershire Sauce. Essence Anchovies, oaves. Pate foie de frrai. Sardines; Lobsters: Orange, Lem on. Peaches, Gooseberries. &c. for Pies, Ac. &c. He invites the attention of his customers to bis choice Cigars, they being superior to those usually offered in this market. He shortly expects direct from Bordeaux, Sardiues, Salad Oil, Pickles, and many othr nice things. W. DUAUGHON Sept.-23d. 1854. S12- m II. KIIAMBEUT, Confectionery and Variety Store Under the Fayctteville Hotel. Hay Street, FAYKTTKVIM.K, N. C. December 31. 1S53 y JVotict. The subscriber lias removed to Shaw's new building on ;Ulesvio street, ira stiiirs. where he still carries on the TAILORING BUSINESS iu all its braueh 1'aviiif hud nraetical exneriencr in most of the At'an tie rities. he feels assured that he can please the most fastidious. ' All orders will be executed with neatness and despatch B. MONAG1IAN April 0, 1853. tf NORTH CAROLINA MR JAMES G. COOK has on hand a full stock of Rock Island Cassiuiercs. nmniifac l ured by Carson, Young V (hii-r. nt their Mill in Mecklenburg Count'. N. C, where consumers end merchants ce.n be supplied. The manufactuvt is recomniend their fabiics aa being equal in durability, and as permanent in color, as any goods of similar character manufactured or sold in the V. S. They in it the most full and thorough tests of them, rai l only ask to be patronized in proportion to their merits. Oct. 1. 1854. C4-tf GILL'S KG PUS I'LTR A BIKSISH. The Suliseriber. a practical Boot-maker of some ex pericnee. has for some time been sensible that there is a iltxidrratun t- be yet. supplied to the public in the way of a suitable burabh for lots nnd shoes. Most of the art '.-b s now ued either injure the b ather or fail to iiuuart that bistre so neecsMiry to give to man's iii ettr.itamHiiz " a proper finish, lie has therefore, dur ing the last twelve months, been devoting himself to the task of preparing :n article f ree from these objec tions, and has at length after much investigation and experiment completely succeeded. The result is"t7' h pfu.i vltra BvritUh."' He only wishes that it mav be tested in order to establish its superiority over all others. Cull at M. Faulk's shop opposite Mr Lauder's Marble Factory, Hay str-et. and be supplied with an excellent article at a cheap rate. THOMAS GILL. Nov 9.1853 tf C1IARI.F.S RANK, r.iaFi'.CTIOSEH, F A YETTEVILLE, N . C . OctoWr 1. 18.14. OATES' nOTEL, WARSAW, X. C. Iioli.ee to tlc Trrvveliug coisnmnit y. The subscriber begs leave lo return bis thanks to the public for former patronage, and asks a continu ance of the same. II? assures those who may patronize him that no pains will be spared to make tiuun com fortable.1 His house i equal to any on the Wilming ton and Raleigh Railroad. lie also keeps a Livery Stable, with good hacks and hor?es. for. the accommodation of passengers front War saw to Fayetteville. or to any other place in the State that thev mav wish to be carried. ' " C. J. OATES. Warsaw, Aug. lo, 18.j4 tf TAHTHACE HOTEL. Having recently purchased the above establishment from Malcaiu Kelly, Esq., I am now prepared to enter tain in a comfortable manner those who may give me a call. Hit ving ample stables, good hostlers and a dis iMisit'On to accommodate. 1 trust I shalf be able to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor me with ttniir patronage. II. C. Me LEAN. December 3, 1S.")3. " 70-tf STEAM MILL-FOR SALE. The Subscriber being desirous of changing his busi ness, will sell hw Steam Circular Saw Mill. ofoO horse power, situated at Whitesville. N. C. Sbe will cut 1(1. Out) feet of Lumber per day, having two saws, and will grind lf0 .bushels of corn. Eight prime Mules and two wtigons in good order, may be had if desired; also the hire till the 1st February next of eight negro men. . - . This Mill is eligibly situated within one and a half miles of. the W. fc M. Railroad, on which Lumber can be sent to Wilmington at any time; the finest oualUv of Timber may be had near the premises at a reason- tble rate. r.Vny one desiring further information will call on- the subscriber, on the place, or to Col. ALFRED SMITH, or Col. W.-M.. BALDWIN. Whitesville. N. C, '--.' THEO. M. SIKE3. Sept. 23, 1S54. : 812-tf CLB ISliST O. WRIGHT, AMorueyatLaw, Kmj-etleTille, K. C Office at the corner of Bow and Green streets. Teb'y 3," 1S53. Iv. M. MC15CHIS05, Cbiumlssicn anil Fonvarrtin Kercbauti Wilmington, N. C.' ; January 7, 1854 ; , y W. P. ELLIOTT, ; General Comiiiissiott ami Korwardlug SlKi-clinnt, 1 'WIIiMlNdTONj N. C. : June 17, 154 . ' -'i tf ' ' U5IOV HAM, UPIIOL S TERER AND MATTRESS --:; i " FACTORY. - The largest, tills ritlc of Baltimore, Y ith my always very extensive J.Iattress Factorv.. I have now combined the Upholstering business, "and have enpraged a first rate workman, one who has work ed with distinction in most of the- principal capitals in Europe, and also in one of the largest houses In New t ork. 1 1 am now prepared to make all sorts of Sofas Lounges, taiairsor-ati sorts; sntirch Cushions, &c. In, short, anything in that line that can be or ever was made. Spring, hair, cotton, moss,' and shuck Mattres ses, always on hanrt or the besttprality. -- . -Repairing promptly-wid neatly executed. 'T :,' Call and examine opposite the new Seminary. '" -- - JACOB OTTERBITRGj Fayetteville, Obi 7,-1854 U: ..-jr Iivs 3 J oi Tfce largest Carriage Factory la tl Somtk. A. AV JMelCeilhaii. ' Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has built up large substantial Brick Building at his Old Staud,r expressly lor maajtfacturuig; Carriage. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he ba received for the last 21 years, he hopes by strict attention to business! with' a desire to give satisfaction, td merit a continuance of the same. . He warrants his ji'ork. to . be made of the best material and by: experienced workmen in each branch of the business., .rUis work-will compare favorably with any made in the United States, for neat ness and durability.' ' . ' .He is determined to sell and do any work in his line on as good terms as any work doue elsewhere that is as well done. lie now has on hand, finished, the largest stock of CARRIAGES, BAKOUCHES, ROCKAWAYS, AND BUGGIES,, ever ottered in this place, and a very large stock of work nearly finished, w hich will be sold very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom er:". jJ- He has on hand more than ONE 11LNIKED AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and in4 course of con duction. . ij : . - 3SrS- All work made bv hlm-is-warranted 12 months with fair usasre, and should it fail by bad workmanship or material will be repaired free of charge. 1'ersons wishing to Imy wouiu ao wen xo can auu examine for tliomseivcs. . " Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea sonable terms. , ... : . . Fayetteville, Oct 1, 1S54. . Who wonld bare thought itl A HEW ClURIAOK ESTintlSHJIKST Ox MruTART Oreex, orposiTE Tire JfKTHOniST CnvRcn, FRONT IXO OX MtiMFORO STRKET. , GllKAT EXTKKFKMK. FATKTTEVII.LE ML' ST SIIIXE. ; The subscribers would respectfullv inform their friends and. the public, that they have entered into co partnership for the purpose of conducting the general CARRIAGE BUSINESS in all its various parts. And luMng Loth practical workmen, fully understanding their business, they have no hesitatiou to compare work with any establishment in Fayetteville as to style and durabilitv. One of the firm may be known by reference to A. Tf. Whitfield's iron work for the last two vears. We warrant all work to give general satisfaction for twelve months. Repairing done in the neatest manner low for cash. PIER & BRANIV. J.ivks IT. Pikr. James Bbaxjx. Fayetteville, Oct 1, 1854. i y I AY ETT BY 11,1,13 HOTKI-. tJL JOHN HARMAN respectfully informs his fT(g friends and the public that he has removed from iZZJttt the Hotel at the toot ot Havicount to the larg er and more commodions Hotel in the centre of the Town, recentlv ocennied bv Mrs Brown, and well kuown as the Favetteville Hotel, where he will be happy to accouimod.it? Travelers and Boarders. No exertions of hiun-lf and family will be spared to render those com fortable who iu:iv tavor turn with taeu- company. Fayetteville, N. C, Oct 1, 1854. 4(itf The undersigned continue to carry on Business at this place. Thev have latelv the Livery largelv in creased their stock good Horsis. Carri and csti now otter to the public as es and Drivers as can be found in the southern country. Thankful for the large patronage heretofore extend ed to us, we solicit a continuation of public favor. We promise a satisfactory trip to all who may wish to travel. Stables at the West end of Mum ford street, where one of the proprietors may always be found, or at the Store lirst door east of Mr T. S. Lutterb.h's. J. V. POWERS & CO. Fayctteville. Oct 1, 1S51. y II ALL &. BOLLKCBB, FAYETTEVILLE FOUNDRY. Castings of every description made to order. A lot of Pabb't Metal for sale. WLNSLOW STREET. Oct 1. 1854. tf Xotice ! Having purchased the stock of Material on hand at the Shop formerly owned by Mr. E. Fuller, and having ent-a"vtl tne services ot -ir. J. Lailv. wnose worn gives such general and entire satisfaction. I s.tn now prepared t execute all timers Mr 1 tmoer m agous, Koad Uasioua. Carts. I'rays, t heelbarrows, fte. 1 have ou hand and will constantly keep a good sup ply of Iron Axles. Chains. Bolts, and in short, every thing that the Wagon-uraker can need. Timber Wagons, with the improved Iron Axles, made to order at the shortest notice. I have teu fjood and competent Workmen at the business, and will give it my whole aud undivided at tention. My prices shall be as moderate as the times will ad mit, aud I will challenge any Wagon-maker in the Uni ted States to eiUal my work, either iu point of stvle or durability. TIIOS. C. FULLER. Oct. !, 1854. fi5-tf CHAULES KLIFFMILLRR, Agent in the State of North Carolina for Solo EGGERT & CCV3 MANUFACTORY OF GRAND. SQUARE. AND UP RIGHT PIANO FORTES. No. 232 1 'It ATT fcsTKF.ET, BALTIMORE, Md. Office in Raleigh at F. Mahler A Cos. ... .. Fayctteville, at Fiiy'ville Hotel building. JTT?? Old Pianos tnken in exchange. Instruments carefully tuned and repaired. The subscribers respectfully call the attention of the public to their Grand. Square ar.d Upright Pianos, of 64. (IJ, 7 & 74 octaves, for which the Maryland Institute, for the promotion of Mechanic Arts, has awarded the first premium ever awarded by that institute for improve ment iu Grand and S-ptare Pianos. These Pianos are in large sized, highly finished cases of Rosewood, with entire iron frame, constructed in the most substantial manner, with all the modern improvements. The manufacturer use none but the very best sea soned timber, aud materials of the choicest qualities, that enable them to warrant their instruments to stand uny climate. ' The Firm has a Patent Right action, operating on such xirinciplcs that friction is almost eutirely relieved or avoided, and their piano can therefore never get out of order. For ohasteness of design, elegance of finish, as well as for fullness, richness, and beauty of tone, these Pianos rank foremost, and are equal to anv made here or in Europe. Wherever these Pianos have been introduced, thev have given, in every instance, entire satisfaction. We warrant our instruments to stand good for five years under careful treatment, and . will receive them hack and substitute others, any time w-ithin the first six months from the sale .of -it, if it shall not prove satislactorv. J-iUUfcKT & CO. 1 May 20. 1354. 24-if , BASIC MOTES AMD TAX RKCFIPTS A new supply just printed and for sale at this Office TO PASSENGERS. The STEAMER SUN will leave thjs place every TUESDAY' and FRIDAY at 15 minutes after sunrise; aud Wilmington every WEDNESDAY and SATUR DAY at 12 o'clock, with Passengers and Freight. - R. M. ORR ELL, Agent. Fayetteville, June 3, 1854. 90-tf FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. The above reward will lie given to anv person who will deliver to me my negro woman ..ANNA, who ab sconded about the 11th of November last, or for her confinement in any jail iu this State so that I can get her again. Said negro is of bright mulatto complex ion, speaks clearlv and more properly than negroes usually do, and is rather below the medium size. . It is supposed that she is lurking about the vicinity of Fayetteville, aided by the celebrated Simon Blue of narnoring notoriety. She may attempt to pass as a free person among the numerous free mulattoes about Fayetteville. ... . ; ' ' : , : alex. McMillan. Dundarroeh, Robeson County, f ' . ' April 2G, 1854. y 91-tt - - - not i c k; : Drs. MALLETT & .MeKYVAIN1 having left their Books and papers with V . McL. McKav, wli is fully authorized to receipt for the sums, all their customers living west of the t ape ear River, who mav be in arrears either ny note or 'neexmnf, ; will . coufer a favor by calling on him ana settling the same, i; : - 1 MALLETT. - "'' 11. A. TUcSWAIN. Fayetteville, Oct 1, 18.54. : l ; tf : - . . 1 ; 1 1 '- - .. .' - ? r-l , ii ii. V KITE HVSDItED -THdOMSO POUSDS COTTOX AND LINEN" lA3$ WANTED ' The subscriber1 will pay tle highest market price ft'n nAnS-n- -. T 1... J V. ' Jft AVID. MURPHY. J p?fccb.4, 1354 tf ' Cl&KIAGB MASVFACTORY. The subscriber continues to carry on the uanfactor of BUGGIES, SULKIES, CARUIAGES, AND VEUICLES OF.IEYEUY JJgcBiTTION, at Lumberton, JV. C, la jb superior style, and of the best material. All work' done at the establishment is warranted for 12 months. Repairing promptly attended to and neat ly executed. . -, ,.' . - ' Also, ploughs and all other farming implement made to-order and kept constantly on hand. . Horse-shoeiug done in the best . manner. . Thankful for the liberal patronage of an enlightened public, he hopes to deserve and receive a continuance of the same. Lumberton, Jan'y 28, 1854 tf . U. & W. 31cLunrin Are receiving a large stock of Groceries, Hardware, Boots aiid Shoes, which are offered as low an they can be bought in the market, at wholesale or retail. October 13-1853. PROVISIONS. The subscriber will keep constantly on hand and for sale a good snpply of Corn, lSacon, l tsh, Rice, Sugar, Coffee, Salt "Molasses, And almost any article commonly to be found in a Grocerv Store. " '"-' Also, a large lot of Rock LIME, Plaster Paris, and Hair. Persons wishing to buy any of the above articlat will do well to give me a call. ; '4- - - . . W Jii ijJiir,j ii, May 27, 1854 "tf Foot Ilaymount. STEiH KiHGISES, . . .'":'' F'ay ettr ville MaunfMturei We are now prepared with all the Accessary machin ery for manufacturing STEAM ENGINES, from live to sixty horse power, which we can furnish on us favor able terms as any Northern establishment. Persous in want ot Engines lor Mills, Boats, ic. will perceive the advatitage 61 having them made near home. An tuime ot our own ianuiacture can ue seen in operation at the Foundry.' ; HALL & BOLL IN u KJl. Oct. 1, 1854. . 71-tf II. L. HOLMES, Attorney at Law, Wilmington, X. C. OfSce on the corner of Front and Princess streets under the journal Office. 10,000 lbs. Tallow wante d, For which the highest cash price will be paid. Oct 8, 1854 A. M. CAMPBELL. WORTH &. IITLET, Feirwarding and General Commission Merchants FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. J. A. Worth. Joseph TJtley. Feb:y 18 1854. Pl-tf J6- McL.aurin & Strange will pay the high est cash price for Turpentine until further notice. Sept. a. lo3. 58-tf FRESH StPPLT. DRS. FOULKES & MACRAE, "Wholesale avd retail Druggists, Are now receiving their Spring and Summer supplv of DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND CHEMICALS." Dye-Vtoods and Dye-Stuffs, Varnishes, Oils, Paints, aud 1 aintcrs' articles, French, English & American Perfumery, Fine Toilet and Shaving Soaps. Fine Hair, Tooth, and Paint Brushes, Surgical and Dental Instruments. Trusses and Supporters of all kinds, Pure Wines aud Braudies lor medical purposes, Extracts for Flavoring, Choice Toilet and Faucv Articles. Ac. They make their purchases for cash, and ctier goods equally as low as they cau be obtained from any wuii lar establishment in this section. Warranted to be fresh, pure and genuine. Orders from the country promptly filed, and satisfac tion guarantied with regard Loth to price and quality. Hay street, next door west of 1L. & E. J. Lilly. Oct 1, 1S54 tf " . O . MOLASSES. In 40 gallon casks, a prime article. Nov hih J. & T WAPTUI.L. FAVETTEVILLE INSUllAJiCE CO 31 PA ST. MUTUAL This Company has been in successful operation since Feb'y 1853. It has paid all losses promptly, teMovt anu assessment, and it has still a small cash capital oa hand. Policies issued up to 13th May, No. 70!, covering property to value" of $l,l.l.St.'2 00 Polices cancelled and expired, 2ti)Mi to) Amount now insured, Amount Frcminm Notes, do do cancelled and expired, 5Si2.ii:s. UO $1(54.09 t'l $12f..iM V Do. do. now on hand. Averaging 14 57-100 per cent, on the amount insured. Cash premiums received, JS.::.'S HI Fire losses adjusted and paid, S4.H1T 22 The Board take pleasure in stating that the Comriwj is now in a condition to merit public confidence. It is estabished upon a foundation which cannot be niorid. We solicit a share of business. DIRECTORS: Geo. McNeill, Ft. L. My rover. C. Benl ;OW. TlCtlTT Lilly. James Kyle. J. G. Shepherd, S. T. llawley, David A. Ray. J. D. Williams. Thos, S. Lutterlnh.N. A. Stedmau, Win. MaLaurin, Jas. G. Cook, C. Lutterloh. OFFICERS : GEO. McNEILL, President. H. L. MYROYER, Vice President. . C. A. McMILLAN, Secretary. J. G. SHEPHERD, Attorney. L- B. LEMAY, General Agent. Office hours from 9 to 1 o'clock. . c. a. McMillan, sec. Oct. 1, 18.54. -Y JCCoopors' Tools, and all qualities of Glue for Distillers' use, for sale bv" D. & W. McLAURIS- June 17, 18r4 . tf CEDAR FALLS Cotton Yarns and Shect- ings for sale by - TROY & MARSH. Novl2,lS;-3 v . .. BOOK-BI.V HF.RY. R. W. ITARDIE carries on the Book-bindinir biisineps in the second story of Clark & Woodward's Clothing Emporium, where he will receive and execute IJlM" IMt in any atvle desired. October 1, 1854. WE ljave just received a fresh snotdv of Te. from the Pekin Tea Company, of all qualities, which we warrant to give satisfaction, or no charge. li. & H . MCLAL'KJ' April 16, 1853. 38-tf James C. Smith. - - JAMES Mass Costi. C. SMITH St. CO., Commission Merchant 's. Have removed their office to the second story of tl'e building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Coirpn'Vv where they are prepared to attend to all business in the Commission line. All business entrusted to them will be punctual1? attended to. Wilmington, Jan'y 14, 1854. 7fi-ly JB- 2,000 Spirit Barrels for sale by McLAURIN & STRANGE. June 17, 1854 tf ; A. N. McDONALH, fPormerlv with James Kyle.) " Takes this method of informing his friend? 1" 'n quaintarees. that he has associated himself wifn -n Phemwell ia .the Staple and Fancy UEY t' li'.-M. r.r-j, in Tne cMire lurmcnj mmj...- .Vc ShernXen.'in the Shemwell Hotel BniWirir. ' wfie ie wm -teaeeato see all wno mj .- FfcyetWille, Oct. 7,1M4. m - .. E.yettc-rtlle Bnfc Ckeefc pn snperior jPett for Jtwt printed Ja. elegant sty'e, sale at ibis OfRce. , j i .