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Tii e ;:n o a t c Alio l i n? ai: ; 7 A y'e t t -jTv i il w.
NOTICE 9
The subscriber haying obtained letters of adminis
tration, pendente lite, on the Estate of Ale.T .Clark,
deceased, at September Term. 185i, of Harnett" Coun
ty Court, hereby requests all persons indebted to the
aid Estate to make immediate payment. tt ,,...-
PCRTIIER . SOTICE.
On Friday the 10th of October ncxt'I shall offer at
public sale at the late residence of the said Clark,
deceased, all the Stock belonging to'said Estate in
cluding Horses, Hogs. Sheep and Cattle, among
which are some very fine Beef Cattle; also Farming
implements and other Tools, Huosehold and Kitchen
Furniture, together with the crops of various kinds,
and other articles of personal property.
The Negroes belonging to said Estate will be hired
out until the first day of January next.'
Terms of Sale: Six months credit with bonds and
approved security. ; : T ; U .
11 .. JJEXJAMIX F. SHAW. '
Adm'r Pendente Lite.
Sept. 17th, 1858. ' , 16-3","..'.' ... ,s",: .
" HOUSE OP COMMONS. '
The undersigned takes this method of informing the
members elect to the House of Commons that be will
ha a candidate before them for the office of Chief Clerk.
i,, 11. DON WILSON.
Aug. 30, 185G. 913-2m
; 2: 2.iu?.3 CHiOlTSE.
The Furniture & Fixtures, of the
PATETTEVILLB IIOTBT. FOR SALE,
The Subscriber having fully determined to sell the
above named property, now offer it to auy enterprising
man upon liberal terms.
This Hotel enjoys a large custom from the adjoining
Counties, and from the travelling public, with a pros
pect of future increase, Y hat it has done and is now
doing, can be seen by any one wishing to purchase, by
referring to our . books. The situation of. the Build-
iuir is such as witv command the greater part of the
custom coming to, and passing through this place.
For the amount of capital invested, there is no busi
ness that a person could engage in that would pay as
well.
J. II. ROBERTS & CO.
Sept, 11, 185(5. 15-tf.
ROBERT D. G LIE EN,
(LATH GREEN A WEAR,) '
WA TC1I-MAKERS, JEWELLERS, Jrc
Fayetteville, X. C.
R. D. Cr. begs to return his sincere thanks to the
public for the kind patronage so liberally bestowed
upon the late Firm, and informs them he has bought
the interest of J. S. Wear, and will continue the busi
ness in all its branches at the old stand, under his
entire superintendence.
N. B. All Watches left with him for repair will be
taken apart in the presence of the owners, aud the
necessary repairs pointed out to them and a written
contract given for the name, which work will be warrant-id
for two years.
On hand and for sale now, the most varied and
choice selection of CLOCKS and other time pieces that
has ever been offered to the public in North Carolina
which he will sell at New York prices, and also war
rant for two years.
All debts due to and by the late turn will ne paid
firm
aud received by
August 2S, 185G.
R. D.
GREEN.
13-tf
f:ml for Sale.
The Subscriber offers for sale a valuable tract of
Land, lying in Robeson County, ou the Road leading
from Fayetteville to Lumberton, and about a half
mile from Robeson Institute, containing about one
hundred Acres, at presont occupied by himself. For
urther information address
NEILLJ. S1IAW,
St. Paul s P. O.
Aug. 23. 185C. 12-4t
W. OVEItBY,
AND HARNESS
SADDLE
MAKER,
WOULD Respectfully inform the public and all the
old customers of Houston and Overby, that" he still
continues to carry on the Saddle and Harness making
business in all it various branches, at the old Stand of
Houston and Overby, where he will be happy to fur
nish them with any article which they may need in his
Line.
333- Strict attention paid to Repairing.--.
W. OVERBY.
Aug. IS, 1856. -m
Goods at Wholesale.
The subscribers beg leave to advise their customers
nd Merchants generally, that they have received a
part and expect to receive the balance of their recent
Eu rebuses in a few days. Their Stock will be much
irger and more complete than they have ever offered,
embracing a general assortment of
GROCERIES,
Together with
Hardware and Cutlery, Hollow JVare,
Saddlery, Shoes, Leather, -c.,
All of which have been bought by one of the firm ex
pressly for the Wholesale Trade. Their terms will be
ay heretofore, on the usual time to prompt dealers.
To cash buyers a reasonable discount will be made.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Fayetteville, Aug. 13. 1856. 11-tf
SB I LING AT COST.
Being desirous of closing onr present business, we
offer our remaining
STOCK OF GOODS AT COST.
for Cash.
Those indebted to
paymeut.
Aug 16, 1S56.
us will please make immediate
COUNCIL
11-tf
RAY & CO,
NEW FIRM.
The undersigned have this day formed a Copartner
ship, unucr ine name aim style ot
POWERS & TROY,
and will continue the
GROCERY &. PROVISION BUSINESS
at the store herefore occupied by J. W. Powers & Co
They solicit a continuance of the patronage so lib
rally extended to the old firm.
J. W. POWERS.
W. C. TROY.
"Cayetteville. May 1. 1S56
LARGE SALE OF .
VALUABM2 pnOPfiRT.lC.
ON Wednesday the 1st davof October next, the sub
scriber will otter for sale at his residence on Lower
Little River, 12 miles west of Fayetteville, the follow
ing Property, viz:
5001) acres of Land in one body, including the Resi
dence, laying within 4 miles of the Fayetteville and
Western Rail Road, well adapted to the Turpentine and
Timber business. A large portion is virgin forest of
the finest quality of long-leaf Pine. The above lands
will be olfered in lots of 1000 acres each, including a
Farm aud improvements on each tract.
20,000 acres in the county of Richmond, lying in
reach of navigable streams, and within 5 milles of the
Wilmington and Charlotte Rail Road. probably the
largest body of Pine land of the same quality to lie
found in the State, and witl be offered in lots to suit
perchasers.
1000 bushels Corn.
60 tons Hay.
18 head Horses and Mules.
60 " Cattle.
50 " Sheep.
100 " Hogs.
2 Road W a irons.
2 Timber Wa irons.
1 Turpentine Still and Fixtures, of
35 barrel capacity.
Tozetber with FARMING TOOLS, &c. ic. .
The subscriber will take pleasure in showing the
above property to persons wishing to purchase all or
any portion of it; and requests those having claims
to present them, and thoe iutfepted to attend to the
settlement of their accounts, on the day of sale.
Terms at sale.
JOHN McKELLAR.
Sept. 20. 18-ts .
LjMVD ToiliE SOLD.
The Sub-criher will offer fir sale a the Court House
in Fayetteville ou Wednesday, the 5th November next,
at 11 o'clock M., 50 acres of Land together with the
reversionary interest in the Dower tract of '25 acres
belonging to the Estate of Charles E. Mctver, dee'd.
Terms. 6 months credit with approved Notes.
WM. BOW, Adm'r. '
Sept. 20. lG-ts
DR. JAMES F' FOULKES, '" "
Corner f .Hay and Donaldson, streets, opposite the
. - Fayetteville.Hotel, ;.- :,. .. .
"Would respectfully call the attention
of his? friends and customers to his com
plete stock of -
DRUGS,. MEDICINES,
OILS, PAIXTS, A. DYE-STIFFS,
Which he Is now receiving, and will offer at prices as
low as they can be-bought at in this market.' : His ob
ject is to sell mediciues that can be depended upon, as
ne buys nwie oat tue genuine arucie.
Constantly en hauuV
Burning Flaid, : - i ' - ' J
Caraphene, J':
..? ....'Spirits Turpentine, "
f.'J - , Alcohol, -
t-Brandies and Wines, (for
Medical purposes,)
Congress Water,
Citrate Magnesia,.
East India Castor Oil.
Marck 15, 1SC.
ALWAYS OK niXD AND FOR SALE
, CHEAP,
A GEJVERAL ASSORTMENT OF
1)UY OOOilS Sc CJROCiSltlfCS,
Together with a general assortmeng of
FOJIBIGX A1V1 DOMES IIC TV IKES
AND IjIQUOKS.
Which I am anxious to sell or exchange for Produce
of any kind usually sold in this Market.
W. II. CARVER.
Hay Street, near the Market.
71-tf
"Nov. 1.
McLAVCIILIN Sr CO., ,
COSTR1CTORS AX D BFILDEBS,
Fay ETTEviiJ.E, N. C.
Jannory 9th, 1856 tf
DISSOktTTIOK.
The Firm of HALL ; SACKETT is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
The business of the firm will Ik? settled by J. H. Hall
or A. E. Hall, who alone are authorized to use the
name of the firm in liquidation.
J. II. HALL,
A. E. HALL,
: . T. M. SACKETT.
Fayettevill, N. C, January 16, 1856. ; 81-tf
FOR SALE.
Two STEAM ENGINES one 30 horse power, and
one 10 horse power. If applied for soon will be sold
low. . Terms accommodating.
JOHN II. HALL. Assignee.
May 22, 1856. 9-tf.
BOOTMAKER.
The tubscriber is engaged in manufacturing all
kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, and will be thankful
for a share of the public patronage. All work put up
by him is warranted to give satisfaction. Repairing
done in the best manner, at short notice and on rea
sonable terms.
A small assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES
always on hand for sale, at the old stand opposite
Lauder's Marble Yard.
M.FAULK.
June 28th, 1856. 4-3m
FOR SALE.
My Tavern House and Lot in the village of
LunilK-rtou, N. C. is now offered for wile. It
is situated in the most beautiful part of the
town, immediately on the Main street north of the
Court House square. This property is valuable, and
will be much more so when the Wilmington &
Charlotte Rail Road is in operation, of whicli there
now appears to be no doubt. The House is in good
order, and well arranged for a village tavern.
For a description of the property, I can refer to
Col. John W. Powell of Fayetteville who is well
acquainted with it. Terms Cash or negotiable note at
Bank. B. CALDWELL.
Lumberton, July 12. 195C. 6-6m
Valuable Lnml for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale his'entire lands, ineln
ding about eight hundred acres, lying fifteen miles
above Fayetteville and five miles from the mouth of
lower little river. The land is level and health' and
well adapted to farming; there is about one hundred
and fifty acres cleared and under a fine state of culti
vation. I will sell it all together or in small tracks to
suit purchasers. For further partictlars apply to the
subscriber on the premises.
ALEXANDER WALKER.
July ID. 7-tf
TOMATOES
MAY be Preserved in Arthur's Cans for winter use
in the same state as ifwtewed. fresh from the bush.
BERRIES and PIE FRUITS of all kinds may be
preserved so as to make fresh Fruit Pies in Winter.
For sale by W. N. TILLINGII AST.
1 quart Cans, $3 per Dozen.
2 " 3 75 '
3 ' 4 50 "
Every Can warranted to seal.
we have received, through the hands or a friend, as
a present, a ran of tomatoes, which he tells us was
prepared last summer according to the plan recom
mended by Dr. Arthur. The Can is one of his patent.
and. having opened it without difficulty by pursutn
his instructions, we found this delightful vegetable
possessing all the rich flavor which belongs to it when
hrst taken from its vines. It is the first of Arthur
patent Cans for preserving fruit and vegetables that
we have seen. Nothing can be more simple; and.
judging from the specimen of its efficiency in accom
piisning an that it promises. w,e do not hesitate to re
commend the invention to housekeepers. National
Intelligencer of Friday, loth Jn?ie, 1855.
ivery variety ot summer trnit was put up in these
cans in our family last season ami we now have straw
berries, raspberriex, plums, cherries, blackberries,
peaches, tomatoes; &,-c. as fresh as when sealed up
I hese are. indeed, luxuries, and may be secured by
every one at a small cost. Arthur's Home Magazine.
Me have in our family a variety of fruit preserved
In. these cans, which we used through the winter with
great "sntlsractioir.-jmtT tv Mi-tnmr-r, WmlK ju-w
nounce as fresh as if they had just been gathered.
Philadelphia Merchant.
July 12. 6-tf
Highest Market price paid for Cotton.
- J. II. HALL. Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 2C, . 8-tf
.T. S. BANKS,
COM3IISSIOW ASD POttWARDISO
MERCHANT,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
January 1, 1S56. ly-pd
NEW GOODS.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A
FRESH SUPPLY OP
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS
UEADt-MADE CLOTHING;
Soft Wool and Summer Hats,
in great vaticly.
A complete assortment ot BOOTS and SHOES will
be to hand in a few days. All of which will be dis
posed of to Wholesale Buyers on lileral terms.
' STAUR Jfc WILLIAMS.
. April 23. , . . J5-tf
STARR & WILLIAMS.
DRY GOOD S A T W HOLES A LE.
WE are now receiving a very large STOCK, em
bracing tvery thing in the Dry Goods line with
Hats,-Caps, Boots, Shoes, Silk and Straw
... Bonnets, Umbrellas, and Ready -
wMade Clothing, &c.,
Which they wm. CHEAP for Cask or approved
Notes, at - WHOLES Ada We nrue Mpr.
chants visiting this market to examine our'uwL
J. B. STARR." ' ' i J. M. WILLIAMS
Aug. 30, 185C. 913-tf
..Small' Farm for Snle. . vfJS
We will sell a small tract of WOOD-LAND, con
taining 120 acres,, on which there is a small farm
aud some cabius, two miles east of Clarendon Bridge,
- . t- J- & T. WADDibL.
..July 26th, 1856. 8-tf, . , v
ftMi
FOR SALE. . " " ...
Heavy 4-4 Beaver Creek Sheetings. ,
Cotton Yarn, Warp and Filling, Nos. 5 to 10.
ALSO, - '
Delt Picker, Roller and Lace LEATHERS. ! ' - '
Oils and Manufacture?' Findings. .
Winter (drained j 'Sperm. Lard and Linseed Oils.' -
Shuttlie's Isingglass, French Glue, Emory, Roller
Cloth and Glass Steps.
J; H. 11 ALL. Pres. B. C. M. Co.
July 26, 1836. 8-tf
WANTED.
100 Lalwrers and 25 Merchanics to work on the
Navigation of Deep River at Jones' Mill in Chatham
County. Ab?o. 5 or f good Stone' Masons can get em
ployment for 3 or 4 months. Applv soon to
KIRKSEY, COTTON & BURNETT.
July 26, 1865. . 8-6t .
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.
The sulscriber has in Store a good assortment of
Goods iu the .
CHIOCE1S.Y ATI D HARDWARE LIXE; ,
all of which will be sold wholesale or retail, or bar
fed for country produce, on terms the most reason
able. A small lot of SADDLERY for sale cheap.
Give us a call. G. W. I. GOLDSTON. -?
N. B. Any of my friends in the country having
business to transact in this place, such as renewals, &c,
can have it done on the usual terms, by se.iding same
to mv care. G. V . 1- G. -
Fayetteville, Sept. 29, 1855 tf ..
FREIGHTING ON CAPE FEAR
RIVER.
At a meetinsr of the Boat owners interested in navi
iratinir the Cane Fear River between Fayetteville and
Wilmington. .
On motion. D. McLaurin was called to the Chair,
and R. M. Orrell was appointed Secretary.
On motion of James F. Marsh.
Resolved, That from and after the 1st day of Jan
uary, 185C. Cash will be required upon the di linery
of all freights at Wilmington and Fayetteville re
spectively. On motion of J. D. Williams,
' Resolved. That each of the Steamboat Companies
on the Cape Fear River, from and after the 1st of
January, 1856, will carry Guano from Wilmington to
Fayetteville at 10 cents per bag; Lime at 25 cents
per cask, and ground Plaster at 30 cents per cask,
and that a REDUCTION OF 20. PER CSST.
from the printed and established rates on. all other
articles will be made from and after that date, all
Cartage and Drayage being paid by the shippers.
On motion of James Banks.
Resolved. That the foregoing be published in the
Town papers. '
D. McLAURIN, ChairMi
R. M. OniiEi.t., SecTy
Dee. 24. 185. 78-tf
ANDREW J. ST EI) MAX,
Attorney at Law.
ITaving removed to PITTSBORO.N. C. will attend
regularly the Courts of Chatham, Moore and Harnett
Counties.
April 14, 1855.
tf
FA YE T TE YILLE
MCTVAL IXSUKA5CE .C0.1IPA5Y.
An Abstract of the Second Animal RETORT
of the President a nd Directors :
Policies issued past year 524. whole number issued 123:,
covering property amounting to $2, 12(. :.":! 00
Policies cancelled and expired 85 1.G35
Amount now insured
$1,274,717 34
Amount of Premium Notes ;l. ::: :i
44 expired & cancelled 12(.174 03
" " now on hand
Increase during the last year
SI Si). 850 33
st1.275 07
80-100 per cent, on
Premium notes averaging 14
the amount insured, the actual cost of Insurance dur
ing the year averaging less tnan j per cent
RECEIPTS.
Cash on hand last report S772 89
' for Premiums renewed .10.s
' for Policies. Surveys transfers 337 50
for Rent ' 70 0!)
-S7.2S3 (i7
DISBURSEMENTS.
Cash paid C. II. Sneed. fire loss 4850 00
4 44 Lot it balance Ofiice building 1.4o0 00
4 44 Salaries 1.550 00
4 44 State Tax 100 00
4 44 Contingent expenses 375 i2
4 44 Premiums returned 20 (!5
-S4
52
?,C,
!)37
27
40
Balance
To-wit :
Cash loaned out on Bond and
Security, (on demand,) $2.2i0
00
Cash in Bank and in hands of
Agents
6S7 -10
-2.937 40
ASSETS.
Cash on interest and in Bank, ic.
S2,937
1!)!)
1.K00
40
00
00
Rent due
Real Estate, paying 13 percent.
Premium Notes on hand
$4,027
180,853
40
33
Amount Capital to meet any losses
Sl'.)4,78fi 78
In conclusion, the President and Directors congratu
late the members and the public on the very fortuuatt
and successful operations ot the Company the past
vear. We have met with no loss since ituMareh
1854. (Sneed's.) unless it be the case of Stranglaiis
& Einston at Ivmston. whose btore was blown up
very extraordinary case, it is still under investi
gation.
The following Directors were selected for next year:
Geo McNeill. II L Myrover, Chas Benbow, Henry
Lilly, Jas Kyle. S W Tillmghast, S T Hawley, T S
Lutterloh, Win McLaurin.N A Stedmnu. J G Shepherd.
S J Hinsdale. D A Ray, J D Williams. A A McKethan.
J H Cook, A E Hall, A W Steel, J G Cook, and R F
Brown of Wilmington.
' OFFICERS: -
GEO. McNEILL. President.
II. L. MYROVER, Vice President.
C. A. McMILLAN, Secretary.
J. G. SHEPHERD, Attorney.
Executive Commit te for next Quarter:
Geo. McNeill, S. W. Tilliiighast. Win. McLaurin.
Mav 24. 1855.
A. 31. Campbell,
AUCTIONEER &. C03IMISSIOS MEItCHAST,
East side of Gillespie street,
Fayettkvii.ijc, N. C.
October 1, 1855.
Cape Fear Isanti for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale TII HEE HUNDRED
and EIGHTY-FIVE Acres of Land on Cape Fear
River below Smith's Ferry, in Cumberland -County,
running with the river to the lands of Mrs Byrd.
A portion of the land is cleared and fenced. It is
well adapted to the cultivation of corn. oats, and the
usual crops of the river lands. The part uncleared
has on it some good swamp, which may be easily pre
pared for use.
It will be sold on a credit of twelve months. Per
sons wishing to buy can call on the owner at this place.
J. G. SHEPHERD.
April 8. 93-tf
Agency of North Carolina Mutual
Insurance Company.
The subscriber having been appointed Agent for the
aliove Company, will le pleased to take Risks in this
place and vicinity, on the most reasonable terms.
AUG. W. STEEL.
July 12, 1856. 3m.
LAJTO WARU.WTS WASTED.'
I am paying the highest CASH PRICES for said j
Warrants. V. K. HL SKE,
Attorney at Law
Fayetteville, Aug. 1, 185 C 10-6L.
'NOTICE'
All "parsons indebted to the Subscriber are; hereby
notitiad io comu foryrd and settle by the 1st of April
net, or tbv will fl.nl their notes and accounts la ; the
hands of auVatcor.loroolb-otioj.. Us :i lis found
ttbe Old- stand waro he Utm.stj doae business. -
- CLO, X REPAIRING. T1ij Subscriber repair
Clocks it'snort notice at his old stand on Person street
UcV.ILtrarraut a CUek Tor twelve months, after pas
'atagbrtagh bis hands. "Give ma a trial, and if satis
faction is not givtn I will make no charge.
-' S: . R. D. DAVIS.
. ;3farch"l; 183fi.- ? . -. - .".
' . n .. . 2 .
;:;?PA1L ASD WUTEJt GOODS..
-v ''- J. & T. WAD DILL, ... -,r
HAY STREET.
Are now-receiving their Fall and Winter GOODS,
' consisting of a large aud well selected stock of
J GROCERIES
II ATS and CAPS,
Aiamware,
Cutlery? ;""'- -:
' Blacksniitli & Tur
5iijpelihe Tools.
4 Agricultural Implc-
v.. :
lloots and Shoes,
Saddlery and Leather,
Heavy articles in the
Drn- line,
Ready-made Clothing,
and staple Dry Goods.
" Th Siock we are prepared to job or retail
Fayetteville, Oct. - 2 1855.
7, JB1 -We... asklithe1 Planters and Tirrpentine
men to examine our Kerseys, Negro Blankets,
Ilats.arta-Shoes. I '
k::'3$Ax" A3fl- CE5IE5T.
Jttsf reeeived and for sale
i'- - "skJm fresh from the
kiln.
0 sP Calcined Plaster, 1
. S00. Bushels Plastering'IIair, , v'
'f" ""'-"""; 75. Barrels Mackerel and Herring, ,
300 Sacks -Liverpool ,Salt, . . .
. 200 " ALim Salt; 2 bushel Sacks. '
:-;' .-: - - -- - J. W. POWERS.
Oct. 27, 1855. '. Cn-tf
D. W. C BENBOW, D. D. S.,
Graitiule of Ihe BaKluiorc College of I
. DEISTAL SrSf.EKY.
pySSJ Office hours from 9 A. M.. to 1 P.. M.
'tijt& 3 P. M. to 5 P.M.
DR. BENBOW may be found at his Room near the
Market, where all who are in need of the services of a
Dentist are respectfully invited to call.. All opera
tions "performed upon the latest and most approved
plans. To those in need of ArilSfcsa! Ter&, he would
simply say that he is behind iu no improvement. He
inserts from , one to an entire set upon tine Gold or
Platina plate, which he guarantees to be equally as
serviceable as the natural organs.
He spends nine months of each year in this place,
(from first of October to the first of July.)
September 29-, 1855. tf-
The largest Cavri&ge Paclory lix tlic South..
A. A. ASelvetlmn
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 he has received
for the last 21 years, he 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 the best material and by experienced workmen
in each branch of the business. 1 1 is work will compare
favorably with any made in the United States, for neat
ness and durability.
lie 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 ofCARRIAGES, BAROUCHES. ROCK AWAYS.
AND BUGGIES, ever ottered in t'lis pl.iee, and a very
large stock of work nearly finished, which will be sold
very low for Cash, or on short ttin-i to punctual custom
ers. ,rWHe has on hand more than ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and iu course of con
struction, tJAll work made by him is warranted 12 months
with fair usage, and should it fail by bad workmanship
or material. will be repaired free of charge. .
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
jimin.e-for themselves.
Orders thankfully-received and promptly attended to.
Repairing executed at short notice and on very rea
sonable terms.
Fuyettevilie. Oct 1, 1855.
V O !l S A Ii 12
A T -R EDUCED PRICES,
For CASH or on SSxori Tiisie,
2SO
Cit rvia&es,
Biiroisclirs.
ROCKAWAYS & BUGGIES of every description,
Many of which are finished, anl the balance being
finished daily; among which are manv new and
beautiful styles, and one very fine Carriage. Some
of them very light, and all made in the best maimer
and of the best materials. My facilities for doing
Carriage work are greater than any estalisament
south and I can -afford and am determined to sell work
of fan best quality as low as it can be built for by
any one.
:p3 Those who are indebted to mo will please naV
np as mv business requires mv out-standing debts to be
co'.lerte'd.' " A. A. McKETllAN.
August 25, 1S55. tf
sir -
W E ARE :OW KECEIVIXG AND EXPECT TO KEEP UP
A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
WE OFFER
150 Bags Coffee Rio, Laguira and Java,
. 15 llhds. Sugar?,
50 t; Molasses,
1,000 Sacks Salt. -
to Bols. .Sugars. coffee, crush'd & powderM
iz; uags "Miot,
45 Kegs Powder.
20 Hh'ds. Western Bacon,
3.500 Lbs. N. C.
50,000 Segars. assorted qualities,
100 Boxes Cheese,
With every other article in our line. All of which
we will dispose oi low for CASH, or exchange for pro
duce or naval stores.
D. & W. McLAURIN.
June zii 4?-ti'
hi order
Stock
to close out the
remainins:
of Goods now on
hand,
e otter them on the following terms: to Cash buvers
. . . v X' 1. . . . : -
1 " esi, io prompt tune buyers at New 1 ork
cosi wmi cnarges auueu.
We have many desirable GOODS in store, viz:
- ' DRY GOODS,
IIAxifiTVARE, BOOTS AJWD SHOES,
Hats, Cups and Bonnets,
. f 11EADY-MADE CL.OTI1IXQ.
Merclintsand others will find many desirable roods
in our Stock, and which can be bonsht at great" Bar
gains. W are determiued to sell out this Sm-ino-.
i
To thogo who are in arrears to lis we would simply
state thateiwant money and must have it. It will
anoi a u.mucii pleasure to gtve receipts in full to all
who are ft our debt.
i ... .
March g7. .
HALL
91-tf
& SACKETT.
jDOZ??AAT HOUSE!
POWI & TROY, Proprietors.
AAi-t' The - Proprietors of this Establishment an
fit5L flUnC? to tl,e P!lb!;c, that owing to the con-.-
! JllwtanHy increasing patronage extended to
temU the-Ji, th'ey have be;:u induced to enlarge the
accommodation by tie addition of an extensive Dining
Room on the lower floor, and suite of Rooms on the
second Seor; thus enabling them to accommodate all
who may? favor fliem with a call. And they pledge
themselves to an increase 1 exertion to give satisfaction
to their patrons.
Spacious Stables attached and careful Ostlers in
attendance. I -
The eligible location of the Establishment, with the
experieqee tof the Proprietors in providing for the
comfortluf their patrons, they hope will secure to them
a liberal ! snare of the travel.- -
The Western and Southern Stages arrive at and depart
from thm House.
Carriages in attendance on arrival and departure of
Steam Boats, for the accommodation of passengers,
norses : and Carriages furnished at any notice for
carrying travellers to any part of the adjacent country.
- W". POWERS. " W. C. TROY.
Fayetteviile, May 12, 1S5C. SS-tf. ,
;.100-.ouuces Q,UIXIXR, for snle by
vv - - S. J. HLNSDALE.
Aig- 3 1836- 013-tf
JHSt received, a fw-rlnr wnnina "Rnet
India CASTOR OIL, (for my retail. ' Also, Citrate
ot Magnesia aud Congress Watef N .,.
""iTF;'FOtri.KES
April 2. 1856, -.r;.;...'-. .-,.-JTJ ; -s
' S. M. THOMAS,
I DEALER IN
A5D STAPLE DllY
FANCY
GOODS,
Ilats, ' Caps, Bonnets, I; Boots and Shoes,
' ' ' . ' , 7 Sheetings, t Cotton Yarns, Kerseys .
, j ... . Blaiilets, fi-e. W-. ;t .: '
..Cornar Market nd Gillespie St., Fayetterille, N. C.
Dee. 22, 77
-tf
j: c. toe
DEALER IX
STAPLE AND FANCY1 DRY
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES,
GOODS,
Ready-Made Clothing.
Particular attention paid to Ladies'
Dress
. . .
Goods and Trimmings-
IIAY STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
November 3d. 1855. tf
Bedsteads!'' Becl tends ! !
Just received from the Manufacturer, Ira Ilersey, a
supply of -
BEDSTEADS
of various patterns, and made of good seasoned timber.
These Bedsteads are manufactured in this place," and
can be sold to dealers as low as they can be got from
the North. Call and examine. ,
' A. M. CAMPBELL.
April 9, 1856. y
1CK! ICE ! ! 1 ICE ! ! !
The subscriber having opened the ICE HOUSE, is
now prepared to furnish to the community, and all
who may want from the country. Orders accom
panied by the money will be punctually filled at
TWO GENTS per pound, packages paid for.
IS1IAM BLAKE.
April 26, 185C 95-tf
BOWMAN, SELLERS & CO., -
GKNEItAL COMMISSION MEUCIIANT,S
A nd Cotton Factors,
34 1-3 Pin Street, NEW VORK.
D.W.BOWMAN,
W. II. SELLERS,
May 1, 1856. ' EDW'D. McPHERSON.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consignments
of Naval Stores'.
S E B A S TOP OL TAKE V A T LA S T.
.X. W. LETT
Has just received a large and general STOCK OF
GOODS suited to the Fall and Winter trade, consisting
of a choice selection of
Staple aitfl Fancy I 11 V" GOODS,
Hoofs and Shoes, with almost everything desirable in
that line.
PRIME FAMILY GROCERIES always to be had
AT LETT'S.
Goods sold at the lowest prices for CASH,
changed for country produce.
or x-
Sept. 14, 1855.
ly-pd
Who would Have tliousht it 3
A NEW CARRIAGE ESTABLISHMENT
Ox Military Gkkkx, opiosite thk MKTiionisT Church,
Kt!OXTIXG OX MUMFOKII STKKKT.
GitE.vT Enterprise. Fayetteville must shixe.
The subscribers would respectfully inform their
friends aud the public, that they have entered into co
partnership for the purpose of conducting the general
CARRIAGE BUSINESS in all its various parts. And
being both practical workmen, fully understanding
tlieir business, they have no hesitation to compare work
with any establishment in Fayetteville as to style and
durabilit v.
One of the firm may be known by reference to A. II.
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 & BR AN IN.
James II. Pier James Eiiaxix.
Fayetteville, Oct 1, 1854. y
FAYETTEVILLE HOTEL.
v The Subscribers havinjr this day
tif ti leased this Hotel for a term of years, will be
5StSiPleasc1 to see their friends and the traveling
ffiwaaMiii public at this House. At the same time we
hope they 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. IT. Roberts. . F. N. Rorekts.
March 1, 1855. 35-tf
SOAP FACTORY.
The undersigned having purchased the SOAP AND
CANDLE FACTORY from Messrs. Smith & McRae.
and formed a partnership for the purpose of carrying
on the same, offer the most favorable inducement to
the trade for the supply of SOAP AND CANDLES of
their own manufacture, of a superior quality. They
will guarantee their Soaps, both soft and hard, to be
equal, and at prices as low as can be bought in any
other market. Their Candles will be found equal to
the hardest mould Tallow Candles from any Factory
in the country. They respectfully solicit the patronage
of the trade, and families of the town.
GREASE, GREASE. The highest market price
will be paid for Gkkaae. or taken in exchange for Soap
or Candles. Families in town would do well to save
their Grease and exchange it for Soap.
MILES COSTIN.
. JOHN GAFFORD.
Wilmington, Dec. 1. 1S55.
AVilrter'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.
D. & W. McLAURIN, Agents.
October 1, 1854. tf
C. COLDEX MURRAY,
C03LTIISSI05 nERCHlYT,
AGENT FOR
MURRAY'S REGULAR LINE " OF WILMING
TON PACKETS.
G2 South Street, NEW YORK.
The. undersigned maybe found at the Office of C.
Coldcn Murray. (2 South street, where orders for every
description of Goods will receive his prompt and per
sonal attention.
P. 31 A L LETT.
March 20, 1S56 y
-..
WILMjSGTOM &, FAYETTEVILLE
PASSENGER LINE.
The New Steamer " MAGNOLIA " will leave Fay
etteville Tuesdays and Fridays at 15 minutes after sun
rise, and Wilmington Wednesdays aud Saturdays at
o'clock. Passage $4.
T. S. LUTTERLOH.
June 14, tf
Westers Railroad Office,)
July 1, 1856. j
An instalment, of 5 pT cpnt. upon the Capital StocK
of this Company is called for. payable ii the lt day
of August next: and also. Monthly calls of 5 p-r
cent., until the 1st day of January . 1S57, when the
whole amount will be due.
By order of the
Board of Directors.
JNO. M ROSE.
Tn as r AV. R. II. Co,
FOU SALK, '
Thnt valuable Dwelling House anil
lui.tiuviiin. ivi lit, ii. ,i-fli i JriiU
Me?3 Whiiley. Esej. The House is comfortable.
4ggg3'the location healthy and pleasant, and is
very lesirr.tde one.
Terms accommodatinsr. " Applv to
..-' LEON BELLENGRATH.
July 2G, 1850. 8-t
il: OtDYE WlIISKEY. r
The Subscriber is tne'only authorized aiient in Fay
etteville for the tale of the Itom Ri C. Puryear's Cele-
brated 6I1 He ubfekey. - He. .will le supplied witu
this Superior Whiskey to meet demand.
. i - : ... . W. DKAUUUOjN.
April 1G. , 94-tf
f ;? "0.:?. tHAULKS ' HANKS,
coSfkctiojcf.r, '
. FAYETTEVILLE,. X
October r, 1854. -
C.
.., J A AlES ,., McPHERSON,
. GEXTLKSIES'S .
F ji v n i sli i n g t : s t a I 1 i slime li t ,
HAY STREET,
Opposite Fayetteville Bank, in Hotel Building,
FAYETTEVILLE, X. C.
JE- Aiiiull assortment of Men's and Boys'
Clothing,-Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas,
Trunks, Yankee Notions, &c., &c
Sept. 29, 1855. fi.Vtf
James C. Smith. Milks Costi.v
JASIKS C. SMITH &. CO.,
. Commission Merchants,
Have removed their ofiice to the second f tory of the
building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company
where they are prtparcd to attend to all lusinos in the
Commission line. .
All 'business entrusted to them will be punctually
attended to.
Wilmington, October 1, 1S55 y
. JEgSCoopers' Tools, and all qualities of Glue
for iJifctillers1, use, for ale by
D. & W. McLAERlN.
June 17, 1854 if
. New Wagon Establishment
JY WJ!. WATSOX.
' The Subscriber- would inform Ins frieiuls and the
public generally, that he lias computed his new c?t;ib
lishmeiit on Maxwell street, near Mr E. W. Willkings'
Store; and is now prepared to receive orders for
CARTS, WAGONS, DRAYS, $e.,
which shall be pron:ptlj' executed.
All work done by him ehall be of ilie best workman
ship and material that the country can all'ord.
REPAIRING of all kinds done with neat
ness and 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.
Favetteville, May .'!0, Jf-55. y
il SALE CKEII. -6
1IAAD HUG IKS in pood
A. A. McKETllAN.
42-tf
7 SECOND
repair.
April 20, 1S55.
JEST" 2,000 Spirit Hariris for sale by
McLAURIN & STRANGE.
June 17, 1854
tf
1'AIib
1 855.
of DRY
I hav
Which is
chasers.
received my Fall stock
GOODS,
(groceries, tyf.,
large and well worth the attention of pur
Any kind of Produce taken in exchange.
COTTON BAGGING.
I have a plentiful supply of Gunny and Dundee cot
ton Bagging. Bale Rope, ai.d Bagging Tw inc. Stud
in your orders and they f-hall be t-uppl.cd.
JAMES G. COOK.
October 1, 1855. tf
FOR SALE.
TWO THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, nine miles
from Fayetteville, lying directly on the Southern
Plank Road, and on each side of Big Rocklh-h. One
of the best Turpentine Fmetions in the county, wiih
convenient improvements for a family residence; with
a small corn mill on a never failing stream, ami a first
rate situation for a Turpentine Distillei v and Sb.re.
A. A. McKETllAN
Feb'y 9, 1855. tf
IO,00 lbs. Tallow V aiit!
For which the highest cath price will I c paid.
Oct.
1, 18oo.
A. M. CAM FBI-XL
JC McLaurin & Strnnjre will :-,y the bigl
est cadi price for Turpentine until further notice.
Sept. :;. if-53. 58-tr
BOOK ACEXrV.
The subscribers have ostr.Mit-ln d a Took Agency
in Philadelphia, and will furnish any book or publica
tion at the retail price free of postage. Any pi i sons,
by forwarding the subscription price of i-i.v of the Sli
Magazines, such as Harpers.' Godcyrs I 'utmiin'R Gra
ham's, Frank Leslie's Fashions, &c. will receive the
magazines for one year and a copy of a spli-mlcd litho
graph portrait of either Washington, Jackson or (.'lay;
or, if subscribing to a S2 and a SI Magazine, they
will receive a copy of either of the three portraits. "f
subscribing to $0 worth of Magazines, nil three por-.
traits will be sent gratis. Music furuisln d to those
who mav wish it.
Envelops of every description and size in large or
small quantities furnished. Seal l'rescs, Dk, &e.
sent to order.
Every description of Engraving on Wend exrcnf cd
with neatness and despatch. Views of Buildings,
Newspaper Headings, View of MncbiHci y, Books Illus
trations, Lodge Certificates. Business Cards, Jfc. All
orders sent by mail promptly attended to. Persons
wishing views of their buildings engrnvid enh send a
Daguerreotype 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 act as orients for the sale of tlie same.
BYRAM & PIERCE.
50 South Third Street. Philadelphia. Tn.
J. II. JiVHAM. T. MAV riKKCE.
December 24th. y-p
COltPOUATIOS BONKS
Of the Town of Fayetteville for Snle.
Agreeable to an Act of the General Assfmbly of the
State of North Carolina, ratified Dec. 25, 1.52, authoriz
ing the Town of Fayetteville to issue her Bonds to
the amount of $100. 000, iu the aggregate, for the pur
pose of pay ing her subscription to the Western Rail
Road Company.
Therefore, ' it is ordered by the Commissioners of
Fayetteville, 'that the Treasurer of the Town receive
sealed proposals, until the 1st of November ne-xt. for
the purchase of $50,000, in funis of S5(it) each of said
Bonds, or any part thereof. Bonds to run twenty
years, with Coupons attached. interest payable si mi
annually. The said Bonds shajl be under the seal of
the Corporation, and binding on the faith of the sinnc.
WM. WARDEN. Town Treasurer.
. Sept. 2C, 1855. tf
TO Tii AVELEI! S.
The Subscribers convey the Mail between Fayette
ville and Barclaysville in a Buggy, and can accommo
date one or two passengers. The route is by wnv of
Kingsbury, Bunn's evel, Rummerville and Neiil's
Creek. The days for leaving Fayetteville are Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at (i o'clock, a. in. Returns
Monday, AVednesday and Friday evenings. Fare from
Favetteville to Summerville $2.
J. R. HARRIS,
Arg. 25, 1855. A. PARKER.
.WAIMlHJf PRIOIS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
HAS just received a large and well selected assort
ment of GOODS in his line, which will be sold at the
vry lowest prices, consisting of Gold and Silver
Watch"H of all kinds; Gold and Silver Fob. Vest and
Guard Chains, Seals and Keys; Breast Pins. Ear Rings.
Finger Rings, (some Diamond;) Bracelets; Sleeve anil
Collar Buttons; Stutls; Lockets: Gold Feus and Pencils;
Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles; Gobi and Silver
Thimbles; Pearl and Shell Card Case s; Port Monaies;
Sat ks; Accordeems, Flutes, Violins and Bows. Fifes,
Music Boxes; Fine Cutlery. Pistols and Flasks,
Parlour Pistols; Game Bags. Shot Belts. Percussion
Caps. Musket Balls; Canrs; Mathematical Instruments;
Surveyors' Chains and Compasses: Silver and Plated
Forks" Spoons. Cups. Butter and Fruit Knives; Plated
Castors. Cake Basket.-. Candlesticks.
A ffood assortment of MILITARY GOODS. Swords,
Epaiiletts, Buttons-. Silver and Gilt Lace, Plumes,
Drums. Ac. .
A large lot of CLOCFS, together with a large
number of other articles.
Purchasers are in ited to call and examine.
- Repairing of Wotchcs, Clocks, Accorelcons, and
lobbing strietlv attended to.
August 21, IfciC. 12-3ni

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