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WIGHT MAN & CO.
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K'a.vetleville, P .
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oriii-e at the corm
.5. ASPr.AlSS,
attou: Eh: AT LAW,
ATTi:XIS the U
AVak- and Johnston.
Address, Toomer, 1
1V1. 10, l.S.-.G.
dr. :
OKFICi-: Front R
Clifailst and Drag Si
Feb'y 7. 1S5G. ,
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of Cumberland, Harnett,
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J a.
ett Co., N. C.
85-y
BLACK.
Dr. S. J.
over
84-tf
Hinsdale's
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All b;i
Ad Ires,
Octo'.
reus
Mj lt ixslier
it I. 1855.
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DAVIS,
AT Ij A W .
be oro:notlv attended to
y7:TausT::SA.CE:f:;
virtue of a l'eed of TiUt, executed; to I
Py virtue of a leetl ot 'I nist. execute.; i "J
In.noo V: Me V!tftr for nnrtioses luerein laeniioueti,
will o fer for ale at the rcRidtsnee of aWb MAlister,
on tii; Cam: r ear ttiver m uus wrain; u u"".
,,.vt i v7th of SsTtenior. the tollowin propeny.
z: That well known atwl alublo track of; Laud
H-liid. th said' McAliPter .re.siiled: also, several
,.ih. r tru-t of Land, three Xexroes. thrse Mules, one
Horse.- Wa?soii. Carrtaffe1,- iattlt?, llos, oneep.
V. -i T 11. ...l.t.T ...... 1 T." 1 1 j-. ii'.n flll-
; wti i- irit or nil nav . macnu ui
t Pamiiln" utunsils. and all articles menuoacu
in naid Jeeu of i rusi.
Terms made kaowu at
well to attend.
Kale.. All creditors ; will do
Sept. CT IS.") a.
ALEX:Ti MURCIIISON",1 Trustee.
,: .. n-ts.., ....
, i . - F A Y KIT EVIL LI
-FemaTe ' H ,Hct
CI rn - . faculty
EtrMWii:'.E. PELL.W
Jas. II. Coi.tox, Prof, of Languages t
- Fa.vz. J. ILiiiWrr of. of -French
Mrs, V. C. Fki-i Assisiaa'
Mi Lizzie II.vtcheix, DraMfiu'
Miss Emji.ie Gcthkie,' Aswustanl.ia
.Mv Ml E. IIoEN-k, I'reparator
j. i Mr-s. Sarah Leeti, Q .
THE THIRD Session of tfiVJr
m-.mce on musua i - ioc ; w .
The" Scholastic year emi"ace -
' . : - LOST, ,
T .114 1 "1 J h
On the road between Mr Duncan .vicem s ami uapu
M.., ' .Unni.-R HIV Pocket . liOOK. COUtatUtBIT DM MB!
in 1854. payabittto pr.lt. ac!'-aiy ,ii
Co:ai:ck witiv"3. Thiols to caution an persons irwn
trading for paid .Note, and uie ma.er nom ()i) m. niu
same, to any ouu iSave myself or the Editor of the
Caroliuiaa. - ,
' G. M. McXEILL.
S:;pt G, 185G, 11-tf
" ' " NOTICE.
.All persons indebted to C. C. U.VTIBEE7 & CO. by
note or tu-coiint.. are -rfuuested to pay within three
months' we shall sell 'crouds in the future for cash or
produce. Highest cash prices paid for Turpentine.
G. C. BAUBKB. G. S- BAKBEE.
Barclaysville, Aug. 23, 1858. 9l2-tf
eom
ncrti .ir '
-re
sessions ui . m j . . ...
close of the Scholastic year. TL
extensive and our arrangewietf
and G aaidia'n are aured Ih
to acivc satisfaction. , -f
W !
10 00
10 00
Academical Dayartment, (brat el i j
Is
P. TAYLOR
Board rter Session
Was uusr. Ltslits, i- uei
Tuition, in l'rimary
el, Rooms, &ci,-. ll " -iK-partmcnt.
pt Siilion,
STORE FOR RENT.
Tl.i Stor o:i the corner of Gillispie and Franklin
Streets near the Bank of the State apply to
Colle.riate " iindlisU DrJIiClies, i.
'Latin or Frencll each 10
Vid..tnie:l " " it 5
Music on Piano or Guitar, each 1
Use of Piano, ' f I
Wav work and Embroidery, each1
Drawing. -v w;
Studies in Heads, Crayon and Pastille,.
Oil Painting," -V.-
Incidental expenses, fuel, &c, for Day Scholars.
Graduating iee.
Aug 28.
JOSEPH Alibi.
-tf.
13
NEW MACKEREL.
r.n Ti v.d f;i.-kerel Inspection 1S5G just received
ALSO.
50 Boxps extra good Cheese for sale by
PETER P. JOHNSON.
Aue;. 28. 13-tf .
Board aud Tuition to be paid one naii m aaauce
and the other half at the close of the bessiou.
No deduction made for absence excep when "t lie
pupil is conliued by sickness two weeks in .succession.
i1 or turtner particulars auureM . . ..
WM. E. PELL, Principal.
Fayetteville, Sept. 1, 185G. l-it
how r 3ceivTnjr his FALL STOCK; embi-acine a
i4 -e an ' general Stock of Dry GoVls,': Hats. Caps.
Boo.. . ;.d -Shoesi Groceries. hollow-ware. Crockery
and GJass-ware, which ..will he ..sold upon favorable
terms, or exchanged for produce, hoping to, soe bis
fritfuds and customers before they supply themselves.
j Sept. t. V 14-6m. " "
3' - PKOPrtSALS. j
NAVY DBPART3fEWT,jr
Unrcau of Yarfl anJ l)uck, St i(. 19, 185o. )
'-SEALED PROPOSALS for each class, separately,
endorsed -Proposals for Class No. name the class,)
Ktfbr. the navy-yard7 at (name' 7 tht ' yard;) "wilr ' lie re
ceived at tins oihce until noon on tne zoin octooer
est, for furnishing aud delivering at the .: several
avy-yards named, the materials and articles pm-.
rsMSbd in the following classes, and which are particii
art described iii printed schedules, which will.be
tl-mshed upon application." aud 'sent by : mail, if so
listed, to persons desiring to oner Jo contract v lor
ll -Je classes named therein, by, ihecomman
' -vtral na'vv vardsr for the classes for tlie
y-tnra.a aaeMB'tnF-oHiw'WiciI by t!ii? ' ha; vjr agent
nearest tnereto, r uy vue oei-cu, v "l
yards. : ! i . a.-:-. r- -: .?j
Incase bidders d -sire the commandants or navy
ageuts to send them schedules by mail, it will be necesr
sary, in order to insure their trahmisislort; that they
should enclose in their application postage Stamps, as
the law requires all postage Xu be prepaid, t , ?;i
Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly notir
fied that their oiiers must be in the .form .hereinafter,
prescribed, and be mailed In time to reach tlieir des
tination lie tore ine lime t.piiua ivinuS unu,
no bid wilt e considered which shall be received after
the period stated, and tut allowance will be made for
failures of the. mail. ' '
T guaro. against uni i s w.i"s "i'11" ijiwii. mniu
appcinted, bidders are Tetiuesunl to enuorse on ine
euvdope above the address, and draw a line: under the
endorsement, thus : " Proposals for clams J' inaine
tht clans,) for the JVasy-yara at (name tne yaras. j
To the Chief of the Bureau ot laras auu uockb.
Waihington. 1. C " -
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! WAJUISUTON, D. C.
Class Kb 1 Bridks'
.: . i-Stoiie' '
'II"? si i 3-r-. Yellow.
timber
4 Yellow
, r' lumber
. ; ; C White
tas
Bine
fime,
. ; , spruej : juni-
- pv'i aH y
' ' 1 press timber
"' 7-Linie & hair
8 Cement
9,-rS,o.d sun d
., grarcl .
' 11 Iron, iron
12
'nails,
spikes
-Steel
a id
Class No 1 Vig iroa
s'; -i 15-PalnU. oils,
. -s- , : an glass
1G Ship haa
- dlery
- . 17 -Hardware
. 1 Stationery
H Firewood .
20 Hay & strawl
' '. 21 Provender
22 Charcoal'
23 lielting.pack
NORTH CAROLfNIAN.
FA YETTE VILLE.
jr. Os
n NORFOLK.
FALL
TRADE 1 B5G-
Irf'fss(ii'
'for sale by
Aug. 30. 1S5G.
Wootl's Hair
s.
913-tf
Uestorattve,
J. HINSDALE.
Richmond county, N.C
N.
a -ly opp i
O-.-t. 1. 18
$ A R15 fj E FACTOR. V,
BY !GE"). L.VUDER.
- i ... . , . .j! C"l..
. te to i.rV. "V UlKings Aucuuu oim,
Fa etteville, N. C.
. ". I i y
IS n
(;;))!).
.3 A
ivin'' h'
,7 SPRING SUPPLY
i -air
:;-l
,f t-.nv.v
vntoa!; w iicp are
Irish Linens. Lawn and Diapers,
Fnvieh, Scot .h,"Siid Do'iiestie Lawns,
i'alieoos Kr nc)i. English and Domestic,
t r- i.-h, Scv!iijnil lmstus Ginghams.
.roid'd a dfl'lain (.rape Siiawls aim cari.-,
to 10-1 Beached Shirting and Sheeting,
l'i- Mi -.h and I Irish Linen Drilling,
Black a'-id Cjlor-d Silks.
Bo, mots anl,'3o4i!i -t Uihbon.
Hid.ing Clo!,isXos. 5 to 10,
-lo-"th UepVjsiOottonades,
Ccdo'red (irarvail"111" !l!ul l5arege.
Liii-a 'ambiic Handkerchief's, assorted,
B! iv Li nen-i 3-1 to, 1-4. very cheap.
u,rK other: articles, all of which have been
x -;.-,!. Uy the liackage at the lowest rates, and will
r.-.l at the Itivest nrices. by wholesale or retail.
A CARD.
Th.e subscriber bogs leave to inform his friends and
...:i:i.mta!iees. that" he has entered into business for
t.;,..lF M.id t ik-..;i the store one door below Mr
ii .,u.m, i r:ni;: Street, near the Market, where
he intends to keep on hand a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Coots ami Shoes, Trunks,
"Hats, Ilanlwaro, Cutlery, and
Fancy Goods.
, : L. BRANDT.
Auir 2.S. 13-2m
(irecu
at
Aug. 30
and Black 'iVas, b
s. J.
913-tf
'St quality,
HINSDALE'S.
185f
"Vith
puroh
!. i.'l',
for 'a-h or on tim). to? punctual customers,
Marrh 2!. 185G.
KOTICE.
Ml limsnns ii lehted to the fir
t .xu.ii iatMA tn nomis forward and matte
Divni'vit. as their copartnership
March 1S5G. 1 ' i .
f w. v. e. I'
i 2-tf.
n of W. F. fc. E. F.
ceased on the 1st
MOORE.
Juii 9. ISoG.
S26
liewarJ-
Ran.iwav frorr
3ast. a negro m
nliuiit :'!) years o
posed to be lurkii
the subscriber on the 1st of April
n framed Rand, about six feet high,
aie. aud black. Said negro is sup
r in the nei'diberhood of John Bell
or .1 .lines .uciveu in
Tie
li ering said nei
N. ( '.. or coniinii
1 can get hi in.
.Iiine 25, 1S56.
will be paid to any person de
ft me at Locksvulc, Chatham co
f hjm in any
i
Jail in the State where
NATHAN KING,
-tf
u si r e r
A lot of Seaso d
I
--1
flooring;
j.
BOARDS for sale
t T. WAD DILL.
Mav 24, IS5G.
GLOVER,
and .Jiivcllvr,
JAMES B. FERGUSON,
Al'CTIOSEEU
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Fayf.ttf.vit.t.e, N. C.
Rftli.5ta 5lo and cons" irnments. to which he will
ve lo tiersnuar aiiemitm
Ukkkiikncks ll. & b. J. Lilly, b. V
V. Tillrtighast.
April 21, ls.'i;. Cm
YnnkhigR, S.
l ill
'The
S't,i.VTIX
BALLS Oil KSlOltLI
-i' : i .-"1 5 i i 1 HI I . v.
sv.lise riber is;.viii2 nurchased Ihe Right of the
. .. .i . ' r, j.r 1 l....l ....l
i vivo. M:ie inie lor t tie will a es in v. uiiuk'i iiiiui .nn
ir;i' tt. is now ready to furnish such as may be
lesirmss of obtaining a Right. the machine is simple.
th in its structure and operations, and should any
norno'i nl ll lail. can oeeasiiv ami .- nx-uni np,u'."
by a;iv person having the use of tools. I do not claim
or this machine more than what it is able to periorm
with that description of labor which almost every
imily is able to supply, without at all uitcriering
with tie ordinary duties. In the nrst place a cimu
12 or 15 years of age can perform all tne labor, after
having seen it operate a lew times, and it tne direc
tions are adhered to, will do as much work in one day
throe or tour women in the ordinary way. and the
worn will lie inueii uevaer nuic. kl-hi-.i i.n iwuhm
a certificate from those who have purchased and uow
rave ill use one of these machines
ISIIAM BLAKE.
April 12, IS5G. 03-lf '"
B. F. P K A R O E
VOW OPF.NTXG. a larsre and tlesiraoie mock ui
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting in part of
Black and Colored Siiks, ,
English and French Merinos,
Plain and Fig'd DeLanes, some beautiful patterns,
Black and Fancy Alpacas, .
Edgings and Inserting, 1 ' , .
Collar and Undersleeves, "
Cactus and Whalebone Skirts,
Jaconet. Nainsook, Swiss and Plaid Muslins,
French, English and American Prints,
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Satinetts, Jeans and Tweeds,
Plaids, Linseys and Kerseys,
Carolina and Marlboro' Stripes,
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
White and Colored Flannels, .
Drillings and Tickings,
Irish Linens, good assortment.
Linen Table Cloths. Towelings and Napkins,
Shavv Is. Cloaks and Mantillas, -
Extra quality of Bed Blankets.
Ribbon?, Belts, Gloves;. Hosiery Ac.
- ALSO . -
Hats. Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes and Umbrellas;
: general assortment oi
ILEA D 1T-MA TXE CLOTHING,
and every variety iirnrr"r!KiSbfci JNOTlUiN ui.njc.
which will be sold at a small advance for CASH,6f'
on time to punctual customers, either at ; ,
"Wholesale or Retail. -
All are respectfully invited to give me
purchasing elsewhere.
i . FORM OF OFFER. .
j .. , 'Here date-the offer.)
(here insert the name.) of (name the town.) in the
Suite of (name the State,) hereby offer to furnish,
under vour advertisement dated date of advertise
iT,)"and subject to all the requirements of the same,
and of the printed schedule to which it refers, all the
artitles embraced in Class No. (nume th class.) for
the kavy-yard at (, e the yard,) according to said
schmlule. viz : (here paste on the printed class from
the schedule, and opposite each article set the price
and carry out the amount in the columns for dollars
ant cents, and foot up ine aggiezaie uniuuni uj ir
biH for the class,) amounting to (here write the amount
in trords.) .
1 propose as my agent, (here name theagrnt, if one
is required by the schedule,) for the supply under the
classes miscellaneous, by a non-resideiit. of the place
of delivery ; and should my otter be accepted, I rc
nuest the contract may be prepared and sent to the
navy-yard agent at name the agency,) lor signatures
I aud'eertiticate. , -
Class ?fo 1 Bricks ' .
. !... 2 Stone .. ;
.- T , 3-r Yellow pine
- ' ' 6 Black walnut
. '; lioards
ilu-.yrf Whit pine
.?-:'; i T- LilTO'V,fc"3
,. j-7 :"8i Cement. ,
' , SSaud ;
"llIron, ' i r o n
y ppikes, and
f ' nails rr. I
1. ... 12 Steel ,-j ;
.:; : i pensaSqola:
Class No 1-Brfcks
.' ' t Stone
", 3-Yellow
timber
-. j 4 Yellow
'! " lumber
. . , . 5 Hard
. timber
lumber
. 6-White ' pine,
juniper, and
i cypresR im-
.... . : ber &, lumber
' 7 Lime
9 Cockle shells
' 11 Iron,-- nails.
; and spikes
.11 Steel
Class No 14 Files
15-laint8, oils,
. ana class
16 Shi eban-
ran i w some v ii euiiti-ft . . .
111 II1U di,v .
ahead of mm m
failed in 1854,
pine
pine
wood
and
Mr Snap, of the "firm of Soap, e V
! 1.. a i-0P of reat shrewdness sir v
J t tkere is not a man
ck with brains to get
ftaintnation.
. :i. a l m-lin
AUIWlg lite eiiuciuv." Tlri.lr,
owed, at the time he "enred in." somj
V .00 a lar-e portion of which w.. doe W
A Jc Brothers, of New York. Mr BnckraiB
pi ;red to compromise with Bite Brothers, by
p ring forty cents on th dollar. Bite & Brotb
t refiwed and went to law. As
'ered no defence, they of course btal"fJ
Ulirment. An execution was tsstied. It pro
1 ...-a hnwrnor Tf Huckrani possessed
JrtidJhcy were placed where the sheriff coaitt
W.e-i at theiu. Mr Snap reported to BiU
21 ProTender t ti Brothers, Bite & Brothers read the' report.
22 Charceai . 4 4ld Snap to bring Buckram before a juogw.
23 Belting anf iV r Xap did so. The examination came off
. l--U,imosi,,nm an dmwml t l.lt Mr IlnCKrftBI
as too old a bird to be caught by chaff.
.." Mr Buckram, hare you any money I"
? Tes. sir."
.",Ilpw much ?"
" Ptfteen hundred dollars.1
Where is it?"
' In my pocket." . t
' tVill you pay it over to the Judgment hoia
ihga&fit you by Bite & Brothers ?"
C lass No 14 Files
15- Paints, oil
ir las. &m,
. - , 16 Ship chaii
dlery I
' 17 Hardware f
, . 18 Stationery
.19 Firewood,
20 Hay...
! 21 Provende:
- 22 Charcoal
, 2S Be Hit
packin
hose, &c.
ill
The schedule will state the times withia whick art E-l
cles will be required to be delivered; and where Utl
printed scneuuiu is iiui u, ' - u
for deliveries must be copied ; in the bias. ' All t I
A: n bit '
i titvt'iy not ?"
f It is all bud-
f1irhv did vou not soy so In the
VThouglit you liked exercise."
.bills on the old bank of Nl
first pfaceT
24 Copper f
compositil
nails VX . iiave vou any other money ?"
26 Ijon castii JI 4 t. . ttH
III . V -
Any pinnosr'
JJCo, sir."
Any jewelry T
... . , A A r.. innal tkAiOtlVSjft
articles wuicn may incoriirKwn - 1 ,
. . 1..:.... .1 .... v a ,rt tdM 1
flSoiae.
a "call before
Hay St., Fayetteville, Sept.
B. F. 1'EARCE.
1, 1S5G. 14-tf
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
The undersigned name of guarantor.) of name
(he town ) ami State of (name the State) and (name
of second guarantor, 8c.,) hereby undertake that ihe
above-named (name the bidder ot bidders,) will, if bis
for their o'.l'i r as above be accepted, enter into con
tract with the United States within fifteen days after
the date of notice, through the post office, of the ac
ceptance of his or their oilers licfore. mentioned.
Witness. Signature of guarantors.
I-Certify ttiat me auin u miiuvu ynere .name tne
ISC.
Signature. -
To be signed by the district judge, district attorney,
collector wavy-agent. or some person known to the
bureau to be responsible. -
t
l
3
3
.. A -ill
guarantors) are known t
uit.lu iriiarautors in this CH
N0TICB.
PORTSMOUTH. N. II.
I Class No. 1 :
' Fayetteville,'' N." C. April 9. 1856.
Vi'e. the undersigned, having purchased of Mr lsham
Blake one of the above machines, cordially recommend
it to the favor of the Public. It washes very rapidly,
and the vk "13 much better done than is usually done
in the old wav, tuid "with less wear to the Clothing.
It. far exceeds" our expectations, and has only to be
seen in operation to satisfy the most skeptical of its
utility anil economv. We have no doubt of its being
"-.1 1 1 " A 1
D. G. McKae,
W. J. Anokrsox,
ALL those having accounts against Josiah Johnson
late of Cumberland County deceased, are hereby
notified to present the same for payment ; and those
indebted to said-Josiah Johnson are requested to come
forward aud settle without delay.
WARREN JOHNSON, Adm'r.
15-3m
Sept. 13, 1S5G.
L"7 i- -.i
Wm. McLauuin',
A. P. Hurt,
Jas. G. Smith,
JXO. D. WlT.I.TAMS,
Joiint D. Starr,
Joseph A. Worth,
A. J. O'IIaxlox,
David Wemyss.
y
f
EDiFfY
Watch llali
At the old Z.awl, North side cf Hay Street
iPAYETTEVILLE,
HAS just returned irom the
North with the largest Stock of
Goods he has ever offered in this
market, which he will sell at
very low prices. Among his as
sortment may be found Gold
and Silver Watches of all kinds,
some very tine; Gold Fob. Vest
and Guard Chains; Seals and
Spectacles of all kinds; Breast
in sets, something fine: all kinds
Finger Riiic jlracelets; Gold Pencils with I ens:
Gold Lockets; Uuds; Collar and Sleeve Buttons; Gold
Pen and Peiv ifcr with India Rubber Cases, a new
.,,-ib b.- Fine 1 taA l'ar.1 Cases: Pocket Compass, with
Sun Dial conn ctld; Coral Beads: Port Monnais; Jet
Xeeklaces: tin. Jet Pins: Accordcons; Music Boxes, &c.
sui .VER W vTfa Si tver Forks: Silver Table and
Tea Spoons; istard and Salt Spoons; Silver Cup?
Hotter Knives Fruit Knives.
PLATED G )ODS: Forks; Table and t ea )oons;
Butter Dishes: CAstors; Card Baskets; Ladies' Work
i:.v,.s! a irood .. m out of Military Goods; a fine lot
Mocks, and v -vlnanv other articu
and the public art" invited to examine.
Strict atteu QA paid to Watch Rki'aikixo.
.1 one I. ; 1 i-oin
Keys; Fob Bu kits;
Piiis and Ear liags
of
AVe in company with several other gentlemen, saw
a four dollar bill which was very dirty and much
defaced, nut in and washed out by this machine, re
moving al! the dirty appearance
in"- it perfectly legible
no rubbing produced in washing line-articles.
Frank N. Roberts,
Jas. G. Smith.
of the bill, and leav-
which shows there is little or
0. HOUSTON
WOULD return his thanks to
' the public for the liberal patron
age he has received, and Hopes,
by punctuality in business, for a
continuation of the same. .
He has commenced business on
his own-responsibility," on the
South side of Person .street, two
v3.V4.s",: doors below the Cape Fear Ilank
and three doors above his old stand, where he would
be glad to see all his old friends. He expects to keep
on hand a good assortment of Saddles. Bridles, hips,
and everv thing in his line of business.
N. B. He will attend to- repairing of Saddles, Har
ness, &c. and his charges shall be moderate.
September 13, 185G. ' y- 15-Gm
12 Steel -
14 Files ,
15 Paints, oils,
and glass '.
16 Ship chan-
dlery .
17 Hardware
18 Stationery
l'J Firewood
20 Hay I
2 1 Provender
22 Charcoal
25 Iron castings.
BY. S. M. WEST, AUCTIONEER
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
FALL STOCK, now receiving, by ;
S. J. HINSDALE.
30, 1S5G. " 913-tf .
Aui
r'.-vv iiii? Stones at . Anelloii.
On YVWinesdav. Sept. 24th. 1S56, at 10 o'clock
ti,, wiirf in front of H. B. FTiler's office
35,00 Flooring and Paving Stones.
Size from 14 to 28 inches 'square. Imported direct
from Bremen. All sums of 100 aud
for approved notes payable at Bank.
Wilmington, Sept. 13, I80G. .
on
will be sold
over yo uays
15-2t
; which his friends
i
1.
fiaiv.l for Sale.
The sdbscri ef? offers for sale all his lands, viz:
Half of t a .JHuslow tract , east of tha Cape Fear.
The Dail laiitl, 122J acres, -.nljoiniug Evans.
The1 Hall and Edwards lands in Bladen and Cam
lerh ad;
. 1:1 .,..ik et.--fWftiiorir5 1 1 1 4tTwls.- .--
M o, ire County laiuis. Z.oooaci t&-fsW.
Ill lots in Axeraslioro. ' ' - - - .
oarticulars apply to r. .uurpny.
'ti: T i. u.vii5iiAijfi
June 21, 1S5C -l-tf
For
LAM) I'Oii SA
ON Saturday, the 18th October, the s
sell 400 acres "of Land, lying in Bladi;
the east side and about 2 miles from the
ubscribor will
u county, on
River. Terms
MONROE.
1 its
PETER P.7 JOHNSON.'""
IS now receiving his FALL STOCK OF GOODS.
His stock is large the largest he ever oftered for
sale. consisting of
DilY GOODS, Bagging, Rope, Leather,
Shoes, Hats, Nails, Fish, Sugar, Coffee, etc.,
which he will sell low at wholesale or retail. Pur
chasers are respectfully requested to call and examine
for themselves. .. . , , ."
Aug. 30, 185G.7 ' " 01- .
REMOVAL.
G AV. I- GOLDSTON ha removed to the Store
recently occupied by , Tiny & Marsh,' near the iJobbiu
House.
Sept. cth, " y u tf ; . -
. . L4XU FOR SALE. '
the 30th day f October next 1 win oner, at
Sale, my Plantation, on . the East side of the
. . , . ... :i . . , .1..., L..i...itari. 1 - . . 1 1 1
Ca'je r ear u:ver. ia iuio-s ui-mn lhiui....,
tainins 440 acres bottom, land. . ' -'
On the premises is a good hoe.se containing 8 rooms;
out houses in good repair, an 1 a well of tine water.
There is cleared land, under fence, sufficient to make
10.10 i...-b.,l- .-..1:1- sw:i.:mi-'.:i;id. convenient for
V HOV Iv K li Y, G4 f ASS- W A U E
AND LOOKING-GrLASSES.
I HAVE received ray Fall Stock of the above arti
cles My assortment of goods is letter suited t the
Country Trade than any I have before olfered, both as
to quality and price, and will he sold ott my usual ac
commodating terms. - vW. N. TILLINGHAStT
, Sept. 13, 1856, - - 13"4t
Gasb. Purchasers.
CARROLL & PETERSON,
, t. . - Clinton N. V.,
WILL pay the Highest Cash prices for likely Young
Xen-roes. Those wishing to sell will find us ready
no releasers, on the best business terms.
Sept. 13, 1850. ... ' y,
Class No. 1 Bricks
2 Stone
3 Yellow pine
timber
4 Yellow
lumber
5 Oak plank
6 White pine &
spruce lum
ber, seasoned
7 Lime . 1
8 Cement
It Gravel and
sand
in si
1 Iron & n j
BOSTON
Class No 1 Bricks
2 Stone
3 Yellow pine
timber
4 Yellow pine
lumber
5 Oak and hard
wood, timber
and lumber
G White pine.
spruce, jum
per, and cy
press timber
and lumber
7 Lime & hair
8 Cement
9 G-ravel and
sand
11 Iron. iron
spikesfc nails J
NEW YORK
Class No 1 Bricks Class o-10 Map
2 Stone
3 Yellow pme
5 Hard wood
6 White pine,
spruce, &c
7 Lime, hair,
Ac.
8 Cement
9 Gravel and
sand
11 Iron, iron
spikes .and
nails
12 Steel
14 Files . r
15 Paints, oils,
and glass I
PHILADELPHIA
Class No 12 Stael
14 Files
15 Paints, oils,
and glass
16 Ship chan
dlery 17 Hardware
18 Stationery.
20 Hay & straw
21 Provender
22 Charcoal
2:5 Packing
25 Iron castings
...1 .. . ...... 1 . nl.kA.m . V
1.1 . I 9iibU 1.1 . vi 1 v. v. 1 , --- n , l,i
... . : . ? j a t u : 4w nBi-v-rnriH.
carting to tue place wnere ascu ." j in
respectively, for which the offer is made, - as may I e
directed by" the commanding officer thereof; and, III 1
other things being equaL preference will be giveif
American maimracture. No article will be rewiJJW
after the oxulratiou of the period specified Ui JWI
..K..,i,.ii, ..- . .nmnUtinn nf deliTeries. !fh4s
specially authorised by the department. ; v J
it ;s to li nrovided in '. the; eoutract, and to be
i;,iir un,)Krii,i.l bv the - bidders, that tbe-aind
and number of articles enumerated in classes heW
'miscellaneous" are specihea as ine prooaorc qu
nmv lu r..ouire1 as CU as iO nx uauf
determining the lowest .bid ; but the contractor
-,... .,:.i. ,nn.: ,r- .if rtie Hitid enumerated arU
and in such quantities, attd at uch times, a.
1 ,int nitti rrniiire. such mc
howexcr. not to exceed one-third : of the quanl ft
vt-,..d fn, reniiifdtinns sent through the post ei
tL..n k. ,i,w.in,..l sn'lirient, notice. 1 during the fv
vear endinff 30th Junu.l856 ; and whether the ql l
titles requirea De more or icssuuu m vu. p.
prices shall remain tne same.
ah th articles under the contract must
i.vt r.nn.lii'.v. HeliTored in crood order, free
hverv p.llar'ire orKonse. and subject to the
count, weight or measurement of the said navy-;
nil resi.eets satisfactory to Hie eommai
ii.rf ttiddi-rs are referred to the yard - for
...Www. 1 T .in nr Huntnles. and a further descri
of the articles. " Contractors for classes headed
cellaneous." who do not reside near the place
tin. articles are to- be delivered, will be requi
.. ;,. 1 1. ..i 1- nFtinnals An i ir 11 t At ihe citT or p1
pal place near the yard of delivery, who may be qalV J
.i.. ,r,;thnnt fit' I an when theTBnk'.i
be reauired. ' "" ' ' '"" J
Approved sureties in the full amount of the con!1 i;t
will be rexuired, and twenty per centuni as addifo nl
security deducted from each payment until lb cr.i
tract shall have been completed or cancelled, ulss
otherwise authorized by the department ju if --
headed "miscellaneous," to be delivered as recjuipa
during the fiscal year, the twenty per centum li
ed may, at the discretion of the commandant. ,?DS,
n.,.,rt..riv nn thi first of January. April. Julr, p
n,.tiwr when the deliveries haTe been satisf4ettr
th.. imknnR te.iirhtv per cent A will be paid by tra
spective navy-agents within thirty days after th p-e-e
i.;n ;, trtnliontn. dulv youciicd na
speeihedl
ist be oiiJ
ree o alliw i
lie inspec)ft
I
11 L . S
Hl .lj" V
rJ iv- IK1
1W 0IIt P
-1 t.
i f
:I
15-6m
ON
publia
uratn-
Boxes. The t location-is. quits healthy. CouuU;ous
will he made easy. Terms known on the day of sale.
W. A. KING.
lii-2t pd
Sept. 20,
SALEM NEGRO CLOTH.
a I!-i!in of Yporn Cloth for sale. Also Salem
Jeans.
AUG. W. STEEL.
l7-3t
NOTiCK.
My health being insufficient to enable me to attend
to public business those hbviug claims put , in my
hands for collection wilt please call, and take them up
and pay the costs immediate n jr.ssElV
SepL 13,1S5C: - ;;"yS ";.y..7 15"3t
"BLiltji 5
grr"AT .7t. a.7m
4a , ra ,o JlXL
chan- '
dlery
17 Hardware .
18 Stationery
20 Hay and
straw
21 Provender
22 Charcoal
23 Belti ng.pack
ing hosejfcc.
25 -Iimiu work
and castings
26 Machinery
and tools
28 Lightning
conductors
29 Diving bell
Class No. I Brick3
2 Stoue
3 Seasoned ycl
low pine tim
ber . . '
. 4 Seasoned yel
low pine lum
ber 5 Oak & Iraii
. wood timSr
6 S e.as o n e d
white pine
timber and
lumber
7 Lime & hail
9 Gravel and
sand
10 Tin
11 Iron, irbn
es. and
Class No.
12 Steel
14 Files
15 Paints, oils,
: 1 and glass
16 Ship chan
dlery '
17 Hardware
18 Stationery
19 Firewood
20 Hay .and
straw .: '
21 Provender
'22 Charcoal
23--B elting,
packing, &
hose
2 G M ach i nery
c..,.r.itmn id' hills, m triplicate, auiy voucuea
approved. ' ; ' '
No part of the Tier centum reserved is to 1
until ii !., reW.ted articles ottered uuder t
tract shall have been removed from the yard,
sreciallv authorized Jiy the department
Tt w ill lie stinulated in the contract that if
shall be made by the parties of the first part in
i rr nil nr iLiiv ot tne articles nwilliuum, ui
ami at. t.b l.imia and nlaces above provided, thi
in tii at. Muu tho said narties will forfeit audi
the United States, as liquidated damages, a
inonev ennal to twice th amount of the contra
herein agreed upon as the price to be paid
nrtbdiMtt ill e.asi n f the actual delivery thereo
lionidated damasres inay be recovered . from
time as they accrue. . . (
The sureties must sign the contract, and
c...,;K;i;t ir ..rtiHcd to bv a navy-ajtcnt. c
distr ict attorney, or some other person satis
known to the bureau. ;
Tt. i to lie nrovided in the contract that th
shall have the power of annulling the contra
. . .. MA .ni-tirnmint. in c as e. I
Olll lOHS Or uutu:i&t; i." viic .... - - - j
shall not have made snftlcient appropriation
articles named, or for the completion of the l
timated for, and on which this advertisement
n.i ut,,n aisn have the power to increase or
ClltVl nuta hi- - i -
the quantities named in the classes not heart
-..ii.?. ;., th.. uimlnli twenty-five per cl
Cei lilli -iiiia i uw . . . .
Persons whose offei's shall be accepted will
B.l l. L.ttor thrmio-ll the oost otnce, wnici
choii ). pnni1prpil KiifTieient : and if they d
ti. intn rnntract for the sunnltes specified w
t.n davs front the date ot notice iwmme
th. noi.Piit!iniii if their bid. a contract will
,.,;v. cm. nthnr ncr son or persons, and the gil
of such defaulting bidder will be heldrespol
all delinquencies. ; : y
Ail rnn4 not mane m airici rimiiwwiij
ill. at the option of the W
t-5..ft.ril
1 .nt.f
Those only wnose , oners iuy ,yy
nt;sri on.i Koiitraets will be ready for exq
soon thereafter as may be practicable.
Sept. 27. ' .-.i l?-y-:iM
i nrm to 1 ?00 acres of
FARMING AND
tir. and knoifli
1 l- 111 Ji.-X-'l .4 . . J
-MVni land: loins William Hal
1...1. .,nnr T.ittle River. There is some
lUll.m vim at... l :
.rihi. isi onalitv of low eroandsoa tbe Hi
up lands are heavily timbered with pipe anf
six miles ot the Fayetteville and Western fr
A liar gain may be ual Tor casnor eu
ARE now receiving and ia a few days will have in
store their entire
STOCK OF FALL & WINTER GOODS,
nTn - flirt nun -A 1 V:l rietv of such articles as they
t III VI 1J 1 " " '
keep. All of which they are
into Cash or good Notes,
aud examine.
desirous of converting
Purchasers will please call
& E. J. LILLY.
Bank.
i . .. . t - - --.
Fayetteville, Sept. . ,
M..,-t.r nn. Arp-USCOpr.
T. S.
LUtT
16-6
iWhat does it consist off
A'Two brus breastpins and this ring.''
" And what is the value of that ring?"
jOiie hundred and fifty dollars. It is gold,
nr intcd with a diamond.
f And does that belong to you ?"
it r Yes. sir to ine individually."
r And are you willing to apply that ia part
f Vmeiit of Mr Uite's judgment ?"
f ' Uouldirt tnniK oi Biieu a ining."
P Whv not, sir?"
"It is exempted by tbe statutc.n
"Nonseime! No law exempts jewelry.
"You are mistaken, sir."
Here Mr Snap appealed to 6he Court, Thtf
burt decided that the exemption law did not
fply to jewelry.
i"Hut how as retards family pictures?" inter--
1 a ted Mr Buckram.
Ii P'That is a different matter, ifamily pictures
& exempt." .
tljf'VVell. sir, this is a family picture, irameu
cold."
Here Mr Buckram lifted up a little lid Onf
ich the diamond was: mounted, an snowed
the Court a miniature daguerreotype oi nia
fc. The Court looked at Mr Snap, Mr tonap
ked at Mr Bucferam, afid Mr Buckram
ked at the Court. .
I" How says your honor 13 that a family
rtiait?"
"I think it is."
"And being so, it is exempted from-execution
it not?"
"I suppose I must decide so."
"And, having derided so, Mr Snap, as a
flitter of course, pays the cost of the exiunma-
Jm."
ilThe indire said "vcs." and Mr Snap "bit nis
Uiger nailB down to carpet tacks," and swore
il eight syllables. He paid costs, left tbe
Jficc, and says he will have Huckram in me
Iflate Prison, if he has to buy a nnnareo uonr
worth of perjury to effect the object. iucir-iu
Uke the matter coollv, and says, go ahead.
It strikes us that Buckram's cxftwinution cpmf
iindcr the head of sharp practice. ' ' . A
I Great and IIiojifaia-tim Ei.oqcexck Er-f
0ov, Moreiikad Going it like a Steam Engine
.i-Ex-Gov. Morehead of this btatc, maue "
tremendous, stupendous and top-lottiea. spe-r
the Baltmore Convention, second day, open'
fng in the following manner:
I "Mr President? I cannot bni respo.iu y
the cail which has been made upon me oft tin?
occasion. It wtmld be strange if I did not feeP
finv interest in the meeting of the lug pany -Ihere.
Tho. Tory stars may fly from their orb
UM f . J . . ' ..J nix-a XT
.y--. , rnm. n - ti.vomrii mace nuu wu' " "J
P itrf" ""V "i. '
I CIA IkiAVA nntln nnC in IslM lUiit -"
vr iiiviv iiiiiiiiikiioo, -j- --' 4 , .. . m
r i a ti. o-reat centre or
ue lounu revolving y" . tlie
W i LmrinrinlM" i iiunueru t.. ... r-
. ll.a nrcr til Al'ill. .-
further nsstrres hi
long:
upor
The
anr-'
Mr Morchead'B-
pud
em
it ess
I
11 jrvw?
fctsei-
fade
... - i r
m T Ilk U.
i i,- m s wt --
u mere noiiunirucsK,
round tne greai. ivw"-
mm Jn..itinn mid
r J7. y- t 5 j u. Xrci of Anril. aint thaf-
luurin oi iuiT anu mc tuoi. -- --i -
. i i. ottfrvp
"some." Mr Moreheau n"" ", "y;-
;.a i ... . r mniik-mfl t iat hO
,'3 4 .;s nearers nun tne rehi. i" " .
as the Goddess of Liberty bus reame. .v
1 ill I ma ' '
I ..ll.o S lllIOl Will
terraqueous j;iw -.--e,- .
must certainly be tenacious of life icy
vive many such speecu.. -
.,o.c piel, of
Journal. mmt
'n,P The St. Louis
AENTlsrax v -
"j,nofoor pigeon ur.Fpi
BTeraldl
have re--
says:
cent
'nwriinn IS WC
iLT. iwmt. on the Levee,
j ..-..ioikI to have o most
men, it"" I---
: . HwV.citirr
tooth wasn, ri .-.r.hi'Rtf-
They asi, a j "".-".a - -b.;, rimthsi
a, j
itl'v resorted to a new game to asertain T w
itly rt?orteu i .. , Thcy trove
meet with coantry
3xceunt-
to be tooth n!oggers.
ok n. very
cated bite at the bait and open
catcu fin.Pi;r thir teeih witli
the tmnuz"rc:z"':
one hand, and mc h-
Class No.
ilass No 9 Hardware
10 Iron and nails
; 1 1 Paints, oil,
and glass
12 Files 1
13 Lumber
14 Provender
lClothing
2 Hatt4 boots
shoes, &c, ,
3 1'rovisioas
4 Groceries'
5 Dry goods
ti Bread, &e.
7 Tobacoo
8 Chan'dley
m
with the.
. ' -i :.. ik. (ict atL.'.int. anu-
other. Biiouw nc '""--;"
finds that the 'pigeon is ub , -- 7"-
over to areguiur pigc
15 Firewood
1G Charcoab
nt pvuanxs indebted to me by Note or Ac-
lt. ;nr.,nniT tbiU all remaining unpaid on the
1 t oilu niit Will oe PUl in mi oniter n uauun n-i
.n,.; ras nr Notes navwoje as isanisa win ue
tLjV.Il -
rreeeivem in pwjiueii, , , .
f C r 3 T. S. LTJTTERLOII.
Sept 20 1C-3L
hint
him
Sept, :
Sept.
a-y and ma
lade known 011 day 01 saie.
TONS
26.
PERUVIAN
IT-3t A.
GUANO.
W. STEEL
n.
15-4t
VV. J.
Sept. 13, 1856.
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