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THE NORTH CAROLS Ki'N, F A Y E T T E V I L L E, N . C,
v
For the Carolinian'.
The Stream or Life. An Allegory
r.Y w. frank nnciiEsr.
In a frail and shattered boat
We quit ffir being's sliore, -To
course a deep, extended stream,
Wliercou, in childhood's fairy dream,
We see dame Fortune pour
Her treasures, and fnir Fartfe her loaiT.
We bear us on with fancy's oar ..
far o'er the swelling tide, ;
Nor yet to pleasures nearer seem;";
Then weary, sleep, and sleeping,- dream:
Above, around, beside,
Is all that heart cau wish, and m3?e.
Mctlionglit an islam! I had gained
tv'ith rubies wal'l'd around;
With groves and orchards studded o-'er,-l?ov'd
'neath the luscious fruits they bore;
Stretch'd o'er the fairy ground
A carpet-lawn, with flowers grained.
Of precious stones, of diamonds bright,
Of burnish Yl India gold,
Was reared a temple,- lofty, vast,
In which the natal spirits pass'd
Long hours of joy untold,
Long lives of pure, unmixed delight.
Such was the dream that filled that hour
Such was my early hope
So 'luring that all else beside,
All real pleasures wef'e' dee fled
Js humble flowers that ope
To fade and wither in an hour.-
The while the quietening current
Dash'd its sure course along,
And every moment roitgher grew,
'Till near the Stormy Petrel flew
And peal'd- its thrilling song.
As if to wake me was its errand.
I gazed; nocturnal shades were sped
Like spectres o'er the stream,
Ixiit d-arker still o'ersprcad the sky
A cloud of sullen majesty,
From whence the ligli-tcm'nir's gleam,
A lurid flame shot round my head.
The current, maddened, bore me on
More swiftly than before;
I thought to change my luckless course,
And sought an oar t'oppose the force
That to my ruin bore,
But sought in vain the oar was gone !
I looked again; aghast, I saw
A mighty cascade near,
Which rose in hight unnumbered feet,
AikI seemed in width the poles to meet!
My soul welled up with fear
And shook my wearied fra.in.-e with a'.ve.
As o'er the faithless billow bona'.
I neared the dread abyss.
Pispair did .seize my frighted sdil,
And picture a terrific goal,
Removed from every bliss,
V here those who go forever tuotiru.
I trembled; as my frame convulsed,
My bark- more quickly sped:
Great God! I saw far down beneath
The gloomy .-hades of hasting death,-
When angels sought the dead,
Ilut were by dashing spray repulsed.
An instant, and I would have crossed
The deadly fatal bourne,
My craft now balanced on the verge,
Settled, plunged, and with the surge,
An empty barque was borne ;
To an abode where all is lost!
I frcm the sinking wreck was caught
ly some kind hand unseen,
Which let me to my early hoiife
And bid nie thenceforth cease to roam
The luring path of sin
The lesson of Religion- taoirhtl
tSu- Received per Steamer Magnolia. Jan'
3:Jtu, Oae Case Extra Water Proof Boots,
One Case Do. IVess Do.
Call and examine, and buy.
T. J. JOHNSON.
Feby 2, 185G.
Valuable Properly for sale.
The Subscriber otrers for Sale his NURSERY on
Rowan Street, containing Four and one-fourth Acres,
very highly enriched, underdrained, fce. The Build
ings are iu good repair, aud the Water (both Well and
Spring) is iuo.it excellent. The Lot is Stocked with
the very best Fruit Trees, many of which are of bear
ing age. The Ornamental Trees. Evergreens. Roses.
A'C are of the most approved and rare varieties. The
Nursery Stock is Luge and choice. This lot will
be sold with or without the Niikskky Stock ano Glass.
an may suit the purchaser. To any one desirous of en
gaging in the Nursery Business he would say, an ex
amination of his books will give satisfaction as to
proiits, c.
-ALSO.
21 T-tO ..'Veres or Iv.n outUe-Mile lirancii,
Said Laud is admirably adapted to the cultivation of
Fruit Trees. Grapes, tc. It has on it plenty of Muck
to manure the whole. There is a good elevation on it
fur a building- and plenty of Cypress for putting up
trellises for Grape Vines, tc.
Terms accommodating.
.TCfin my absence apply to T. S. Lutterloh.
C. LUTTERLOH.
Feby 2. i3-3t
HEAL THL SICK. Men of liberal education at
the present day, devote all their talents to discover the
means whereby they may remove those painful mala
dies which assail the tinman name. j lu re is no
nobler art than that of healing the sick considering the
numberless diseases to which man is liable, and which
may cause him to drag outa protracted life of distress,
or suddenly cut off in the bloom of his existence and
usefulness. We should greatfully fii- upon every
means of counteracting their dread IV! eil'ects, or caus
ing a removal of those clogs to happiness. In those
cases where the Liver or the Stomach is the ciuise, we
would highly recommend Dr. Hootiaud's German Bit
ters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson. No medicine at
this time stands higher than these Bitters, and to those
who are suffering fromjthe horrors of Indigestion, we
say they are the antidote. See advertisement.
For sale in Fayetteville, by S. J. Hinsdale.
jzer- CONSUMPTION AND SPITTING BLOOD.
See the certificate of Mr Turner II. Ramsey, for many
years proprietor of the Farmers' Hotel, Federieksburg,
Va., and late of the City Hotel, Richmond Va.
Dr. John Minge, of the city of Richmond, though a
regular physician, and of course opposed to what lie
eait'-d quack medicines, was obliged to say that its good
effects iu the case of Mr. Ramsey, were wonderful
indeed.
He had been given up by several physicians; had
tried most of theipmek medicines, and was on the verge
of despair, as well as the grave, w hen lie tried Oarti r"s
Soa'iish Mixture.
'We refer the public to his full and len g I h y ei i tili.-ate
around the Ixittle stating his cure. See ad ei tisemvut.
II E M O V A L .
The Subscriber lias moved his STOCK OF GOODS
to tire Store recently occupied by John Hollins, Esq.,
foot of Haymount, nearly opposite Mr Geo. McNeill's,
where lie will constantly keep on hand a variety of
DRY GOODS,
And a General Stock of GROCERIES, Ac. Ac,
Which he will sell low for Cash, or exchange for coun
try prodnee. Those wishing to purchase will lind it to
tlreir interest to call and examine my Stock before
buying elsewhere, as I am determined" to oiler them
bargains. W.M. BOW.
January 19, 185G. 81-tt
FOR HIIS.E,
Until the 1st Januarv 18.57, a NEGRO
GIRL, a. cod 20
years
Office. Jan.
a good house servant
19, 1S5G.
iiid nurse. Apply at this
g50 !Jewai'l.
Runaway from the Subscribers some tin e last sum
mer, a' neg?n man named MOSllS. about -15 of 5() years
old, dark complected, and weighs about MO pounds.
1 Ie is supposed to be lurking about in the county of
Chatham. A reward of $25 will be given for his de
livery to the undersigned, or his confinement in any
jail so that we can pet him again. Also, a reward of
$25 will be paid for proof suflicient to convict any
person of harboring or employing said negro
J. A X. A. CAMERON.
January If), 1S5G 8J-4t
NO TICK.
All Persons indebted to me by Note or Account are
earnestly requested to come forward and settle the
same. Particularly those in arrears with E. E. & J. A.
Pembertoa-
J. A. PEMRERTON.
Jan. 20, 185fi. 82-5 1
IRISH POTATOES.
loo ijiIm. vcllow rttintfng: potatoes;
10 Minis New Crop Molasses;
100 Ploughs, different sizes;
300 Sucks Liverpool Salt;
10 Straw 'Cutters;
" 10 Com Shellers.
Just received and for sale by
P. P. JOHNSON.
88-4 1
Eeb. 2. 1850.
LAST NOTICE.
All those indebted to Alex. Johntn A Co.. cither by
nolo or account, are requested to call and settle the
sanv by the loth of February next, as the business of
the firm mu-t be closed. All thoe failing to avail
themselves of this opport unit y will lind their claims
in a train for collection.
AEEX. JOHNSON. Jk.
Jan. 19th, 185(1. 4t
niSSOM'TIOX.
The Firm of 1IAEE & SACKETT is this day dis
sofved by mutual consent.
The business of the firm will 1m; settled by J. II. Hall
orjA. E. Hall, who alone are authorized to use the
name of the linn in liquidation.
J. II. If ALL,
A. E. II ALL.
T. M. SACKHTT.
Favcttevill. N. C, Januarv
l(i. 1856. Sl-tf
TO HIRE.
TWO NEGRO WOMEN, and one ROT. For par
ticulars applv to WM. WAUI'LX.
Jsm. 19, 185C Sl-tf
C.ai'tleti Setnl! Garden Seed!!
A large supply of Johnson, Robbins it Co's celebra
ted SEED just received warranted the growth of
1855. These Seed have given universal satisfaction
wherever used, and may be relied on as fresh anil
genuine. Also. Red Clover, Lucerne, and Blue Grass
Seed. For sale wholesale or retail V.v
J. X. SMITH. Druggist.
January 17 th. Sl-tf
PA I NTS, OILS, RRUSIIES, iv.c.
White Lead: Linked Oil. Glass. Putty. Varu:.-hes. j
Paint and Varnih Brushes. Train Oil. GMue, Ground j
Paints in oil. Whit- Potash. Ultra Marin-. P:"-nt
Bla.-k. Rose Pink. Verdigris. Acids of every deserip-
ttoa. Ktraets i Logwood. A'e. ,ve.
F..r .-al- bv " J. N. SMITH. "ruggist.
Jai
1-
llll
M LAl'CULIX S,- CO.,
T 11 i t TSas A . 'J BIHDESS,
Favkttevii.i.k, N. (J.
v Uth. ls."(i tf
' ft
Jatim
E . I XI) FOR SALE.
lie the fallowing tracts of Land
I oiler for :
viz: One
n Black
.' to acres.
tract of I'Oi) acr-s lying in Harnett conn
River at Kr.uitlev's For.d; also, one tract
t" :
ktimvn as tie; Ariairong lace. lying
cotiatv. on the Suritliliefd road, about
in Cumberland
12 miles from
Fayetteville. On the latter tract there are a good
dwelling aud convenient out-houses.
The said Tracts of Land will be sold at auction (if
not previously sold.) at the Court House in Fayetteville
on Tuesday of next March County Court. Terms will
be made known on the day of sale.
JOHN R. TAYLOR.
Jaauarv 12. 1856 80-ti"
J. S. BANKS,
COU)IISSIO A5 FOIIXVAKDIXG
M ERCII AN T
'I-
WILMIXGTOX, X
January 1. Is5i. ly-pd
c.
D I S S O L LT TI O X.
The copartnership" heretofore existing between R. W.
Kinlaw it Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All persons indebted to the said lirm. either bv
Noto or Account, are requested to call immediately
and pay ti R. W. Kinlaw, who alone is au; iiorized to
settle the same.
The business will in future be conducted bv R. W.
Kinlaw. at the old stand. He returns his thanks for
past favors, and respectfully solicits a continuance of
the same.
R. W. KINLAW.
J. 11. KINLAW.
January 5, l?5(i. 7.!)-tf
w
ESTERX IlAIUtOAn OFFICE.
Jan. 31, 1855.
An instalment oi ; per cent, upon the Capital Stock
of this Company is called for, payable on the 1st day
of March next: and also. Monthly calls of 5 per
cent., until the 1st day of January 1357. when the
whole amount will be due.
By order of the Board of Directors,
.... JNO. M. ROSE,
MEDICAL CA III).
MACRAE has removed his Ofiiee tt the buil 1-
DR-
ing two doors west of E
W. Willkings" Store. Hav
street, wuere ue may oe roumt wnen
not profession a ! 1 y
engaged, or at his dwelling on Rowan
treet.
Dec. S, 1
m
TOTHAVEI.E11S SOUTH ARI) WEST
K !1 0 M If1 A Y ETTEVILLE.
The United States' Mail Coach
I'nr ,. V .-... I. I....... ,1.: .
SS'S-fe?" !,acc EVERY DAY at half past
r..- . , two o clock, and UO.N.MJ.T AT
RALEIGH with the Raleigh Rail Road going to Wel
don. aud with the North Carolina Rail Road going
West to halislmry, via HilLsborough, Greensborougli
and Lexington.
D.
Jan'y 21, If
G.
MACRAE,
Contractor.
81-lm
Fayetteville, N. C.
(i.
$25 RIOWAHD.
RAN A WAY from the subscriber on the 2.1th of Dec.
last, his negro man Tom. Said negro is between 25
and 3!) years of age. and. is about ." feet 10 or 11 inches
high, is a bright mulatto, with mustaches and whiskers,
and has a scar on liis'left hand. Said Tom is a Brick
layer by trade, and ivas purchased iu Maeor, Oa.. ami
served his time at his trade under J. I). Davis, of Col
umbia, S. C, to whom he once belonged. He will, no
doubt, endeavor to get back to the above mentioned
places.
I will give the above reward for his apprehension
and imprisonment so that I can get him.
JOHN L. McMILBAN.
Elizabetlitown, Bladen Co.
Jan. 25, IMG. 82-3m
JAMES C.
A T T ' 11 x n V
All business intrusted will
DAVIS,
A T T. XV .
be promptly attended to-
Address Munlpelicr post ollice
letober 1. !.-.-,. v
hinond countv.N.r
FAYETTEVILLE
MUTUAL IXSUUASCE COJJIPJ
Ari Abstract of the Second Annual Rj
RT
of the F 'resident and Directors ;j
Policies issued past year 524, whole number Ins,,
covering property amounting to ' $2,1-2
Policies cancelled and expired ' . " - 851
Amount now insured
Sl,27
34
Amount of Premium Notes 31
" " " expired & cancelled 12
" " " now on hand
Increase during the last year'?;
$181
. ml
33
07
Premium' notes averaging 14 S9-100 per ctfit. on
the amount insured, the actual cost ofilnsuratice dur
ing the year averaging less than J per cent- .
RECEIPTS.
Cash on hand last report S772 69
' for Premiums renewed (i,10.1 28
" for Policies. Surveys A transfers 337 50
" for Rent 70 00
DISBURSEMENTS.
Cash paid C. II. Sneed. fire loss S850
" Eot &. balance Ollice building 1 ,450
' ' Salaries 1,550
" State Tax 100
" " Contingent expenses 5575
" " Premiums returned 20
-S4,$16 27
:$2i? 40
3
Balance
To-wit :
Cash loaned out on Pond and
Security, (on demand.) $2,20
Cash in Rank and in hands of
Agents . 687
401
i
ASSETS. :
Cash on interest and in Rank, itc.
Rent due
Real Estate, paying 13 percent.
$2,93 40
- 1!)(I 00
1,800 00
$4,927 40
189,859 33
Premium Xotes on hand
Amount Capital to meet any losses
$194.78(i 78
In conclusion, the President and Directors congratu
late the members and the public on the very fortunate
and successful operations of the Company the past
year. We have met with no loss since 7th March,
1S54. (Snccd's.) unless it be the case of Stranglar.
A Einston at K inston, whose Store was blown tip a
vcri ixiraoriUnary case, it is still under Investi
gation. The following Directors were selected for next year:
Geo MeXeiil. H L Mvrover, Chas Benbow, Henry
Lilly, .las Kyle. S W Tillinghast, S T Hawley, T S
Lutterloh. Win McLaurin.N A Stedumn, J G Shepherd,
S J Hinsdale. D A Rav. J D Williams. A A McKethan.
J H Cook. A E Hall. A W Steel, J Q Cook, and R F
Brown of Wilmington.
OFFICERS:
GEO. McNEILL. President.
H. L. MVROVER. Vice President.
C. A. MeMILLAN. Secretary. ,
J. G. SHEPHERD, Attorney.
Kxi entice Commute for next Quarter:
Geo. McNeill, S. W. Tillinghast, Wni. MeLaurin.
May 24, 1855.
AVILMIXCTOX it FAYETTEVILLE
r A S S E jST G E R L I JV E .
The New Steamer " MAGNOLTA " wii'l leave Fay
etteville Tuesdays and Fridays at 15 minutes after sun
rise, and Wilmington Wednesdays and Saturdays at
o clock. I'assage t4.
T. S. LUTTERLOH.
.Tune 14.
tf
DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S
C ELEBRATED
Bcrntau Bittcra,
PMFARKI BT ,
15 K. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'a., Fa.,
WII.T. EFI ECTtTALT.T C17RB
LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAEXDICE,
Vhronic or A"erroii Debility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a dis- 7
ordered Liver or Stomach. -.,
Such as constipation,
inward piles, fullness,
or blood to the head, aci
dity of the stomach, nausea,
heartburn, disgust for food, full
ness or weight in the stomach, sour
eructations, sinking, or fluttering at the
pit of the stomach, swimming of the head,
hurried and diilicult breathing fluttering at the
heart, choking or suffocating sensations when in a ly
ing posture, dimness of vision, dots or webs before
the sight, fever and dull pain in the head, de
ficiency of perspiration, yellowness of the
skin and eyes, pain in the side, chest,
limbs, itc. sudden flushes of heat
burning in the llesh.constaut
imaginings of evil. & great
depression of spirits.
In attributing such valuable Medical properties to
this remedy. m rash or unwarrantable assertion is
made, but is siuiplv stated a fact: proven undeniably
j and conclusively by the extraordinary cures, and bene
' tits derived from its use, under the direction of its
i illustrious origina or. Dr. Hoolland, among all classes
of European societies and from the immense mass of
testimony, from all parts of the American continent,
j accumulated during the last ten years, in the hands
1 of the present proprietor. Th prevalence of diseases
I to which the German Bitters are adapted, it is with
! sorrow we say it. is almost universal, indeed there is
; scarcely a family throughout the whole extent of our
! country in which there cannot be fouud among its
j members: th:vt peculiar sai'otr sticl ranguitl appearance
j denotin': r diseased Liver, or an emaciated and suffur
! ing Dyspeptic.
Then of what immense importance to this class of
I invalids that a certain and reliable remedy should be
i l'l
phieed within their reach; one in which no baneful or
in. urioas drug enters into its composition; a remedy
on which the patient can rely with the utmost confi
dence and certainty and be assured from actual and
tangible proofs, that the article he is using really
possesses the virtues attributed to it. Such a remedy
is lloojlan l's Herman Bitters.''' Thousands of dol
lars have been expended in its manufactury and il illu
sion throughout all parts of this continent, and the
proprietor feels the greatest satisfaction in stating,
that, there is no state, county or even village where the
Medicine has been introduced, that there cannot be
found numbers, willing to testify to its virtues. .
It is used constantly in the practiceof a lage number
-of the most prominent Physicians in the countryiwho
have also added their written testimony, in evidence of
spectfuRy ask of all -tnos(SaW(;MwTnfi"nyl f the'
above d -senses to give the Bitters. a trial, and vest as
sured it will never be regretted. In proof of the state
ments above made, all are invited to read attentively,
the Memorabilia." or "Practical Receipt Book " for
Farmers and Familities. containing a great number of
useful receipts, in addition to tLe testimony, in favor
nf the Bitters, from the most prominent ami well known
individuals, in all parts of the Union. All - Agents
for the Bitters are authorized to distribute the "Keaeipt
lionk" gratuitously. -;
Principal oflicc and Manufactory, 120 Ar
Philadelphia. Pa.
For sale wholesale by Druggists in all the pr
A St.,
feci pal
cities, and at retail by apothecaries and sforeltepers
in every tov. n in me i jine.i ouiu . mm .aiiaua.
For sale in Fayetteville by
February 20th. lS".f
S.
J. HINSD4LE
FIIES1I R UTTER for sale by
W. II. CAUR.
Nov. 10. 71-tt A.
JAMES G. SMITH'S
IIAIH. DKKSSIXC4 AXD SHAVING
salSdx,
Fayetteville Hotel. '
"All kinds of Perfumeries. Hair Oils, shavi
anil
hair Brushes, toilet and shaving Soaps, for sale
lavetteville. April .IS.jo
FOR SALE.
A Few good FARM HORSES, applySn01,
to
ftl.
McKINNCCC
Feb'y 2.
83
in
SAVE COST.
All persons indebted to the subscriber ei
r bv
Note or Account, previous to the 1st Jan'y. ism
respectfully requested to call and settle the sli,,,, ),y
are
the otii oi reoy, as: longei iiiimgi.-iii;i.- iiisiii, j
given.
D. & J. McIfiAr;.
Feb'y 2, 18oG. b-i-iit
-$73 67,
00 1
00 1 '
00 " 1
00 --.' -
02 1
r. ' I v.
oo '
40 jl
$2,V
PROVISIONS.
The subscriber keep constantly on hand and for
sale a good supply of - (
Corn, Bacon,' Fish, Lard,
Rice, Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Molasses,
And almost any article commonly to be fouud in a
Grocery Store. .
Also.' a large lot of Rock LIME, Plaster Paris, arfd
Hair.-
Persons .w ishing to buy any of the above articles
will do well to give me a call. '
JOHN CULBRETII,
Oct. 1, 1854 : tf Dobbin-II6'use building
FALL A3fO WI5TER GOODS.
J. T. WAD DILL,
HAY STREET.
Are now receiving their Fall and Winter GOODS?
consisting of a large and well selected stock of
GROCERIES
Hardware,
Cutlery,
Blacksmith & Tur
pentine Tools.
Agricultural Imple-
II ATS and CAPS,
Boots aud Shoes,
Saddlery and Leather,
Heavy articles in the
Drug line,
Ready-made Clothinsr
ments
and staple Dry Goods.
This Stock we are prepared to job or retail
Fayetteville, Oct. 2, 1855. '
Jtesy We ask the Planters and Turpentine
men to examine our Kerseys, Negro Blankets,
Hats and Shoes.
LIME AXD CEMESTt
Just received and for sale -
250 Casks Lime, fresh from the kiln,
100 Barrels Cement
. -v "'Rlfe-i-t-.-..j).jC!ileinil- Plntci.- -, . -, -
300 Bushels Plasteriug-Hair,
75 Barrels Mackerel and Herring,
300 Sacks Liverpool Salt,
200 " Alum Salt; 2 bashel Sacks.
J. W. POWERS.
Oct. 17, 1855. f.0-tf
The largest Carrlngc Factory In the Sonth.
A. A. JJdvctEinii
Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he
has built up large substantial Brick Buildings at his
Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage be has received
for the last 21 years, lie hopes by strict attention to
business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a
continuance of the same. He warrants his work to be
made of tiie best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. His vork 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 done elsewhere that is as
well done. He now has on hand, finished, the largest
stock of CARRIAGES,BAROUCHi:s, ROCK.VWAYS,
AND BUGGIES, ever ollered in this place, aud a very
farge stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short time to punctual custom
ers. ,?.-llt! has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and in course of con
struction.
;KifAll work made by him is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail by had workmanship
or nrnteriait will be repaired free of charge.
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine for themselves.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea
sonable terms.
Fayetteville. Oct 1, 1855.
CI..VKE.VBO.V IIIOX WOllKS,
AVlI.MINGTOX, X. C.
A. H. I'AjVHOICKELEJV, Proprietor.
The subscriber having purchased the entire interest
in the '-CLARENDON IRON WORKS," solicits orders
for Steam Engines, of any power or style,
Saw Mills of every variety.
Mining Machinery and Pumps.
Grist aud Flour Mills, complete.
Parker, Turbine and other Water-wheels,
Rico-tield Pumps aud Engines,
Leavitt's Corn and Cob Crusher,
Rice Thrashers,
. Shingle Machines. ;
Shafting Hangers and Pullies, .
Cotton Gins and Gearing.
Iron Castings of all kinds and patterns,
Brass ;
Locomotive and Tubular Boilers,
Flue aud plain Cylinder Boilers,
Blacksmith work of all kinds.
Iron Doors for Mouses a ml Jails.
THE ESTABLISHMENT having been re-organized
for the express purpose of insuring punctuality in the
execution of all orders, the public may rest satisfied
that any work which may offer will be promptly
delivered according to promise, and ofsuch workman
ship as cannot fail to give satisfaction.
THE MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT being in
charge Of men of talents and experience. I have no
hesitation in saying that the work hereafter turned out,
shall compare favorably in every respect with that
of the most celebrated in the States, and at prices
which will make it to the interest of all iu want to send
me their orders.
REPAIR WORK always done without delay and
having a largo force for that purpose, it will prove
advantageous to any person needing such to give me
the preference without regard to expense of sending
same from a distance.
Orders will be addressed to "Clarendon Iron Works,"
Wilmington N. C.
Oct. 15. A. If. VANBOKKELEN.
Pure White Lead and Putty, fresh.
Jan 10th. For sale by TIIO.J. JOHNSON.
CARTER'S SPANISH
MIXTURE.
TITI7S CELEBHA TE D CO MP O UJV 1)
. SClEXTiriCALLV l'UEIV.KEI) TliOM THE BEST
AltTICI.ES OF THE MATEKIA .MKIIICA,
Has gained an unrivalled reputation for the following
gooil efl'ects. viz :
PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
and thus curing
CROFCLA, SYPHILIS, ULCEUS, OLD SORES, OBSTIXAE
CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS,
and al! diseases arising from the
IMPRUDENT USE OR ABUSE OF MERCURY.
I1EGULATIXG THE STOMACH AND BOWELS,
Thus it cures
LIVER DISEASE, INDIGESTION, IlILIOCS COMPLAINTS,
COSTI VENESS, AND FILES.
STRENGTH EN IXG THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS,
Thus causing the food to nourish and support every
part. KEGVLATINO THE SECRETIVE ORGANS, and,
by enabling them to perform their proper functions,
1'ItEVEXTING AND CIRING '
BILIOUS AND OTHER PAINFUL DISEASES.
STRENGTHENING AXD QUIETING THE NERVOUS
... SYSTEM,
thus allaying nervous irritation, and curing
ALL DISK ASE.S OF THE NERVES.
It is unrivalled in the cure of all female diseases !
.WEAKNESS. TRRF.GILAK1TT. OBSTRUCTIONS, itc.
IT IS ENTIRELY SAFE IN ALL CASES.
Acting in harmony with the restoring powers of nature,
it never injures but always benefits and cures,
as thousands of voluntary certificates
from the best authorities testify. '.
Recollect that each iiotti.f, beaks the name of
RENNET & BEERS, Druggists.
No. 125 M-un Street, Richmond, Va.
None other is Genuine.
Price One Dollar per bottle, or six bottles for Five
Dollars.
Sold by Druggists and Country Merchants in all the
cities and counties of the United States, Canada and
the West Indias.
WM. S. BEERS it Co., Proprietors. Richmond. Va.
For sale in Fayetteville by S. J. HINSDALF.
Feb. 20, ISoo. y
BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO.,
OKSER1L COJIltllSSIOJV MEKCIIANT.S
- - And Cotton Factors,-
3i t 3 Pin rft(, NEW TORE.
! I). AV. BOWMAN, .
: W. II. SELLERS,
May 1, 1855. J y-pd - .EDW'i. Mel'HEKSON.
N. B.Particular attention paid to consignments
of Naval Stores. .
- READ SOMETHING FOR EVERY MASI
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!!
AT WHOLESALE AJVD RETAIL.
A large aud - fashionable stock constantly on hand.
To all who wish decidedly Uaudsome- ami well made
garments, front the best material, and at the lowest
price, my Establishment will prove a great cnrtailer
of yearly expenses. This being the only house of the
kind in this place where a general assortment is kept,
aud where most everybody can get suited.
I have also on hand an extensive variety of shirts,
collars, stocks, cravats, pocket handkerchiefs, kid
gloves, and other FURNISHING GOODS; boots and
shoes, hats and caps, trunks, carpet bags, valices, walk
ing canes, silk and gingham umbrellas, looking-glasses,
imported Havana Segars, and FANCY GOODS; India
rubber Over-coats, leggings aud sandals, oil-cloth
coats,, pants and jackets, together with a large assort
ment of BOYS' CLOTHING.
I am grateful for past encouragement from my
friends and customers and solicit a continuance of the
same; and all who recommend their friends to trade
at his establishment can depend upon their being
dealt with fairly, and receiving for their money its
full equivalent. Call and satisfy vour wants.
GEORGE BRANDT,
r: South-side Hay street, between Market House and
Fayetteville Hotel.
Fayetteville, Feb 1G, 1855.
S EH A S TOP OL
TAKE A A .T L A .S T.
J. W. L.F
IT
Has just received a large, and general STOCK OF
GOODS suited to the Fall and Winter trade, consisting
of a choice selection of
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS,
Roots and Shoes, with almost everything desirable in
that line.
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
IT LETT'S.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex
changed for country produce. '
Sept. 14. 1855. ly-pd
Who nnnlit have thought It t
A NEW CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT
OX MlI.ITAKY GlIEEN. OPPOSITE THE METHODIST ClIUKCH,
FKOXTINM ON Mu.MFOHD STlfEET.
GUEAT EXTERPKISE. FaTETTETIIJ.E JIVST SHINE.
The subscribers would respectfully infor'm their
friends and the public, that they have entered into co
partnership for the purpose of conducting the general
C RRIAGE BUSINESS in all'its various parts. And
being both practical workmen, fully understanding
their business, they have no hesitation to compare work
with any establishment in Fayetteville as to style and
durability.
One of the firm may be known by referancc to A. II.
Whitfield's iron work for the last two years.
We warrant all work to give general satisfaction for
twelve months.
Repairing done in the neatest manner low for cash.
PIER & BRANIX.
James II. Pier James Bkaxin.
Fayetteville, Oct 1. 1854. y
DAVID McDUFFIE,
brick: mason axd piasteher,
Fayetteville, X. C,
Respectfully tenders his services to persons in this and
the adjoining counties wishing work done in his line.
Fayetteville, May 1!), 1855' y
WANTED Two white boys, as appren
tices to the above business.
FLftlTR AXD
Always for sale By
cons MKAI.,
AV. IL CARVER.
Nov. 10
ri-tf
IIELNBULB'S EI!M. PRF.P.lE!.iT!1iS.
HelmbohFs highlv concentrated COMPOUND FLUID
EXTRACT P.UCilU, f'.r diseases of the bladder aud
kidneys, weaknesses, and all diseases of the sexual m
gans, whether in male or female, from whatever ause
they may have originated and no matter of how long
standing. The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pro
nounced by eminent Physicians as the greatest remedy
ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its
taste and very innocent in its action, and yet so tho
rough that it annihilates, every particle of Disease.
An infalible remedy, and as a medicine which must
benefit everybody, from the simple delicate to the con
fined and desparing invalid, no equal is to be found,
acting both as a cure and preventive.
Hclinbold's highly Concentrated
C0MP0OB FLl'lD EXTRACT SARSIPABIILLA,
For purifying the Blood, removing all diseases arising
from an excess of Mercury, exposure and imprudence
in life, chronic constitutional disease, arising from
an impure state of the Blood, and the only re
liable and effectual known remedy for the
cure of Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Scald Head,
Ulcerations of the Throat ami Legs, pains
and swellings of the Bones, Tetter,
Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly
Eruptions of the Skin.
This article is now prescrilied by some of the most
distinguished Physicians-ill the country, aud has proved
more efficient in .practice than any preparation of
Sarsaparilla yet ollered to the public. Several cases
of secondary Syphilis, Mercurial and Scrofulous dis
eases have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of
our Public Institutions which had for many years re
sisted every mode of treatment that could be devised.
These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary
effects of this medicine in arresting some of the most
inveterate diseases, after the glands- were destroyed
and the bones already affected.
NOTICE. Letters from responsible Physicians and
Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates
of cures from patients will be , found accompanying
both Preparations.
Prices, Fluid Extract of Buchu, SI per bottle, or 6
bottles for 55
Prices. Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, SI per bottle,
or G bottles for So
equal in strength -to one gallon Syrup of Sarsaparilla.
Prepared and sold by II. T. Ilelmbold. Chemist.
Chesnut St., near the Girard House, Philadelphia.
To be had of J. N. SMITH, Druggist, Fayetteville,
N. C!.. and of dealers everywhere.
July 1st 1855. ly pd.
FAYETTE VI LLE II OTEL.
I he Subscribers having this uay
leased this Hotel for a term of years, will be
pleased to see their friends and the traveliug
public at this House. At the same time we
hone thev will be patient and bear with our imperfec
tions until we shall have put the House in such repair
as we desire.
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
J. IL RoliKUTS. F. N. Robeiits.
March 1, 1855. 35-tf
Wl Islt-r's Patent Salamander Safe.
We keep constantly on hand an assortment of the
above Safes, warranted fire-proof; and desirous of ex
tending the demand for them, the makers have been in
duced to deliver them here at New York prices.
IX & W. McLAURIN, Agents.
October 1, 1S54. tf
Stop the Thief!
STOLEN from my lot in Richmond County, on
Sunday night last, my HORSE. Said horse was an
iron-gray or brownish color: he had marks of gear on
him. and his fore-top cat off very short : he was shod
on the fore-feet, walked fast, is a good trotter, and
would pace: there was a white mark on his back, on the
right side, about six or eight inches square: also, a
small wart on the right side, a little below the white
nmrk.
The above horse was taken by a man calling himself
John Campbell, says he was raised in Pitt county, and
lias been in this neighborhood about two years: "he is
:i Cooper by trade, and snys he has worked in turpen
tine all his life time: lie is a little round shouldered,
has a stout body for a small man. ami will not weigh
as much as I stated. 1 lo or 150 pounds: hns a vcry
mc;in look. Is very fond of negro company . nml liis con
versation has a good deal of the ncprn "mived with it.
- M. N. CAM 1M KLL.
I will also ri'wnnl ntiv person fur any in !'i n ma t "on
that will lead to the r'i-"irrv of either. M. N. '.
Montpelier, Richmond eu.. Sep! I'.i. tl
CtEMEST C. WRIGHT)
Attorney at L.w, Fayetteville, ti. C.
Ofiiee at the corner of Bow and Green streets.
Feby 3, 1633.
DOBBIN HO USE,
nAV STREET, FAVETTEVILLE, N.C.
This Hotel (on site of formpr Plan
ter s Hotel.) w as opened for the accommo
l dation of guests, on the first day of Januarv
i 1855. ' ' - - - - .
Situated on the principal street of the town and
within a few minutes walk of the Post Office, Telegraph
Otlice, Banks, United States Arsenal and other busincs
places, it is yet suflicieutly retired to be clear of the
annoyance and bustle of a more central location.
It is newly erected and handsomely furnished, and
careful attendants secured, with especial rtfeuence to
the comfort of patrons.
In consequence of the liberal patronage extended
to this establishment, the prcprk tors have enlurgt d l y
openin.- a suit of rooms on -the second floor, and are
imi- piepurco io accommottatc all transient
calling.
persons
SPACIOUS STABLES attached
Ostlers in attendance.
and experienced
Carriages will be in waiting en arrival of Steam
Boats, for the accommodation of passengers.
POWERS & CO.
April 7. '1855.
II AIM. ICS HAXKS,
CONFECTIONER, "
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C,
October 1, 1S54.
jAmes AuriiKiisox,
GESTLEJIES'S
Furnisliiii :.italilimrnt)
HAY S THEE T, "
lVositi. IVyniteville lUiuk. iu Hotel liulldine.
rAXfcTTlSVlLLE, H. C.
13 A full assortment of Men's and TJoys'
Clothin-r, Hats, Caps, JJoots, Shoes, Umbrellas,
Trunks, Yankee Notions, &c, &c.
Sept. 29, 1855. Go-tf
James C. iSmith. Miles Costin-
JAMES C. SMITH fc CO.,
Co m m issuii JMcrch ants,
Have removed their ofiiee lo the second story of the
building formerly oceupii d by the Telegraph Company,
where they arc prepared to attend to all business iu the
Commission line.
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
attended to. '
Wilmington. Octolrer 1, 18.55 y
jfcST" Coopers' Tools, and all qualities of Glue
for Distillers' use. for sale by -
D. & W. McLAURIN.
June IT, 1S-J4 tf
Xew Wagon Establishment -BY
WM. WATSON.
The Subscriber"" would inform his friends and the
public generally, that he has completed his new estab
lishment on Maxwell street, near Mr E. W. Willkings'
Store; and is now prepared to receive orders for
CARTS, WAGOXS, DRAYS, te.,
which shall be promptly executed.
All work done by him shall be of the best workman
ship and material that the country can a fiord.
REPAIRING of all kinds done with neat
uess aud despatch.
Also. HORSE SHOEING will be strictly attended to.
N. B. No pains will be spared to give satisfaction
to thoso who may favor him with their patronage.
Fayetteville, May 30, 1 835. y
TT'T" Fi!R SALE CEEAP. T?.
7 SECOND HAM) J5 L (Hi I !'-! in gooa
A. A. McK ETHAN.
repair.
April
Ml. 1855.
12-tf
'.- t i ) l.S TALLOW CAM LI S.
lo. a lot of PLAIN and FANCY Wax Candles.
For Sal- l,y W. II. CARVER.
Nov. in." Tl-tf
NOTICE. ;
The uiiderigncd -would respectfully inform the pub
lie, both in town and country, that he is prepared to
do all kinds of MASON WORK, lunwixn, Ac.
Persons in the country wishing work done in my line,
would i!o well to gic me a call, as 1 think I ca.li give
satisfaction. Address .
F. M. JAMES.
Aug. 1. tf " : Fayetteville. N. C.
,-000
Spirit Uarrels for sale by
McLAURIN & STRANGE,
tf
June 1
1854
FAI.li TItADU, I S3 5.
I have received my Fall stock of DRY GOODS, :
. , Groceries, .
Which is large and well worth the attention of pur
chasers. Any kind of Produce taken in exchange.
COTTON BAGGING.
I have a plentiful supply of Gunny and Dundee cot
ton Bagging. Bale Rope, "and Bagging Twine. Send
in your orders and they shall Ue supplied.
JAMES. G. COOK.
October 1,--1855.
tf
TO
MERCHANTS S(
MANUFA C TUliER S
OF T1JV
W A HE.
I have on hand now. and
shall keep a supply of Tin
Plate, Block Tin, Iron Wire
Rivets, Lead Pipe, fchect
Lead, &c.
ALSO
A large assortment of plain and Jsipancd Tin "Ware
of my own Manufacture, at wholesale aiid retail
" 1 C W. ANDREWS, Market Square.
March 12. 1855. :i7-tf
THOMAS II . TILLINGHAST,
BOOKBl.NDKH,
ANDERSON STREET, opposite North of E. J. Hale
& Sou's Book Store.
Music, Magazines, and all the description of Books
are bound in all styles, ix the best axd most si u
staxtiai. MAXXKii. on terms same as at any place
South. Persons wishing to know the prices of binding
will be furnished with a list personally or by letter.
Fayetteviixe, Sept. 2'., 1855. y
10,000 lbs. Tallow Wanted,
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
Oct. 1, 1855. A. M. CAMPBELL
AXDUKW J. STKDMAX,
Attorney ft? I. nv.
Having removed to PITTSBORO. N.C. will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Harnett
Counties.
April 1 J, 1855. tf
Jt55 AlcLaiiriii & Strange will pay the high
est cash price for Turpentine until further notice.
Sept. A. 1853. . 58-tf
BOOK AGESCV.
The subscribers have established a Book Agency
in Philadelphia, and will furnish any book or publica
tion at the retail price free of postage." Any. persons,
by forwarding the subscription price of any of" the $3
Magazines, such as Harpers.' Godey's Putmau's Gra
ham's. Frank Leslie's Fashions, Ac. will receive the
magazines for one year and a copy of a splended litho
graph portrait of either Washington, Jackson or Clay;
or, if subscribing to a ?2 and a $1 Magazine, they
will receive a copy of either of the three portraits. If
subscribing to S( worth of Magazines, all three - por
traits will be sent gratis. - Music furnished to those
who mav wish it. -
Envelops of every discription and size in large or
small quantities furnished. . Seal . Prcsvs, Dies, Ac.
sent to order.
Everv description of Engraving on Wood executed
with neatness ami despatch. Views of Buildings,
Newspaper Headings. View of Machinery, Books Illus
trations, Lodge Certificates. Business Cards, Ac. All
orders sent by mail promptly attended to. Persons
w ishing views of 'heir buildings engraved can send a
Pagncrreotvpe or sketch of the building by mail or
express.
Persons at a distance having saleable articles would
find it to their advantage to address the subscribers, as
we would net as Mirents for the sale of the same.
BY RAM A PIERCE.
50
South Third Street Philadelphia. Pa.
.T. TI. It VI! AM.
December 21th.
T. MAY I'lErCE.
y-pd
CulTce, fur Sale
l.v
n.
w,
CARVER.
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