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The Comparison. COCSIJf. Bright is the star-lit dome of heaven ; Bright is the moonbeam's mellow raj ; Brighter tbe poet's dreamy even ; Brightest the eye that invokes his lay. Soft is the note of the lonely dove ; Soft is the gaze of the young gazelle ; Softer the first low notes of love ; Softest the gaze I love so well. Lovely the graceful wild-wood fawn ; Lovely the Spring-time's twilight hour ; Lovlier the heart's first loving dawn ; Lovliest the heart's first idol flower. Fair is the calm, translucent sky ; Fair is the hopeful Christian's zeal ; Fairer the heart that each tear would dry ; Fairest the soul that each care would heal. Sweet is the soft-sighing zephyr laden, Sweetly with fragrance from forest bowers ; Sweeter the form of the lovely maiden ; Sweetest the heart wreathed in virtue's flowers. CO, WILMINGTON", N.C, OFFER FOR SALE rTr HOGSHEADS, 1 Choice New Crop OUU 35 Tierces, C Cardenas Molasses ; 75 Barrels Choice New Orleans Syrup ; 8 Mid, Fair to Choice N. O. Sugars ; 200 Carrels Clarified Sugars ; 500 Bags Rio.Laguira, W.India fc Java Coffee 150 Barrels Mesa ami Prime Pork ; 25 Ilhds. Western Bacon, (sides & shoulders 200 Barrels Yellow Planting Potatoes. "Wilmington, March 14. -2m-p'd FOR SALE. OAA BAGS ALUM SALT 2 bushols each. By OUU GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO. Nov. 13. tf Dr. Frank William's Rye TVhisJcey. R MITCHELL has made arrangements with Dr. Frank Williams, to be constantly supplied with his celebrated RYE WHISKEY, which can be had at his Store at all times, by wholesale or retail. Oct. Hi, 1858, tf CAPITAL PEIZE FIFTY THOUSAND TICKETS? MORE THAN ONE PRIZE TO EVRY T"WO TICKETS- Georgia State Lottery, On the Plan of Single Numbers. For the henefit of the MOISTTICELLO Union. iVcadcmy, Of Jasper County, Georgia, Authorized by Special Act of Legislature, McKINNEY & CO., Managers. To be drawn in public under the sworn superin tendence of two Commissioners, W. 11. Symoxs and J. M. Prentiss, in tne CITY OF SAVANNAH GEORGIA. TICKETS ONLY 10. HALVES, QUARTERS, AND EIGHTS IN PRO PORTION. TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN APRIL, 1859. o Class Class Class Class Class 13, to be Drawn April zna. 14, to be Drawn April 9th. 15, 16, 17, to be Drawn April 16th. to be Drawn April 23rd. to be Drawn April 30th. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. 1 Trize of $.15,000 Is $55,000. 5 Prizes of 1,000 are $5,000 1 " 20.000 is 20,000. 10 " 500 are 5.000 1 " 15,000 is 15.000. 2 " 400 are 800 1 4.000 is 4.000. 2 " 300 are 600 1 " 3.000 is 3,000. 2 200 are 400 1 t- 2.000 is 2,000. 50 150 are 7.500 1 1.500 is 1.500. 100 " 100 are 10.000 1 " 1.100 is 1,100. 100 " 05 are 9,500 100 " 85 are 8,5000 APPR OX IMA TION PRIZES. A Prizes of $200 approximating to $55,000 prize are $800 4 Prizes of 150 approximating to 20.000 prize are 600 4 Prizes of 4 Prizes of 8 Prizes of 8 Prizes of 8 Prizes of 8 Frizes of 400 Prizes of 150 approximating to 10.000 prize are 4W 80 approximating to 4.000 prize are 320 60 approximating to 3.000 prize are 480 50 approximating to 2 000 prize are 400 40 approximating to 1,500 prize are 320 30 approximating to 1 .100 prize are 240 20 approximating to 100 psize are 8,000 25.000 Prizes of 8 are - - - 200.0UU 2,8i27' Frizes amounting of- ... '$335,760 Whole Tickets $10, Halves &5, Quarters $2.5 PLAN OP THE LOTTERY. The numbers from 1 to 50,000 corresponding with those numbers on the tickets printed on separate slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. , . , , The first 379 Frizes, similarly printed and encircled are placed in another wheel. . The wheels are theu revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. 1 be number and prize drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and registered by the Commissioners; the Prize being placed against the Number drawn. This operation is repeated until the prizes are drawn out. Annroximatloii Prizes. The two preceeding and the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first 9 prizes will be entitled to the 448 Approxima tion Prizes. For example: if Ticket No. 11250 draws the $50,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 11?4S 11249, 11251, 11252. will each be entitled to $200." If Ticket No. 5:0 draws the S20,000 Prize, those tickets numbered 548, 549, 551, 552, will each be entitled to $150, and so on according to the above scheme. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fol lowing rates, which is the risk : Certificates of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets - $80 " 10 Half " 40 10 Quarter " 20 " 10 Eighth " 10 IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES. Enclose the money to our address for the tickets ordered.on receipt of which they will be forwarded by rst mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending in anv figure they may designate. The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. T-Purchasei s will please write their signatures nlain and give the post office, connty and State. Remember that every prize f drawn and payable in full without deduction. All prizes of 1,000 and under paid immedi ately after the drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. .,! All communications strictly confidential. Address Orders for Tickets of Certificates to McKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga. r Office, Masonic Hall Block, Bnll St., Savannah. ZS-A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel with the amount of -the prize that each one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing, in ibe Savannah Daily News. April 2, 1S59. -tf nsow sruixa goods. STA1U1 & WILLIAMS, WEST ESD OF FAYETTETILLE HOTEL BCILDISG are now receiving an uuusually large stock o STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Summer Hats, ia great variety for Men and Boys ; Soft Fur and Wool do.; Misses' Flats and Bloomers, Shoes, Boots, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ready Made Clothing, With a larire variety of other Notions. All of which will be open for the Inspection of Whole sale Buyers by tne lOtn inst. J. B. STARR. J. M. WILLIAMS. Fayette ville, March 5, 1859. tf. ClotH. A CONSTANT supply of warranted Genuine An ker Bolting Cloth all Nos. kept on hand and for sale at the lowest prices by JAS. MARTINE. Jan. 30, 1858. lm af e 2w "TAMES MARTINE is now receivinsr a large and tj general assortment of everything in the above line ALSO A prime article of Rio, Laguira and Java COFFEE Crushed and Brown Sugar ; Sugar House Syrup and Molasses. All of which is offered on as erood terms as can be had in this market. Nov. 27. tf LUTTERLOIPS LINE. m TEAMER "FANNY" leaves Fayetteville every 5 Monday and Thursday morning, at 15 minutes after Sun-rise; and Wilmington, Tuesday and Friday, at o clock. carrvinsr naasenjrers and freight. Steamer "SOUTHERNER,'' with a full comple ment of Flats, makes one or more trips per week, as circumstances may require. The accident to the Steamer "ROWAN" will be repaired in a few days. Sbe will then take her place in the line. T. S. LUTTERLOU. Oct. 9. -If Stoves, Slieet-Iron, TIN-WARE, &c. ON band, a large assortment of Box and cooking Stoves : Tin-ware ; Sheet-Iron ; Lead Pips. Al so the " Old Dominion Cofl'ce Pot." For sale by Nov. 27. tf JAMES MARTINE. SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. Second Volume, Gtli USTovoinTjor-, 1858. IN announcing a new volume of the Scottish Amer ican Jouiixat,, the Proprietor bogs to call atten tion to those features of the paper which have already secured for it a large share of support, and which ought to commend it to the pat ronage of a still more numerous class of readers. The special feature of the paper is that it is a Scot tish, journal, containing notices of every event occur ring in Scotland that can be regarded as of the least interest to natives oftbo country now residing on this continent. The news of the whole eountry is careful ly collected and condensed, so that no event which it concerns Scotchmen to kno v is ever omitted from the columns of the paper. Articles relating to Scottish subjects, original and selected, are also published from time to time and the more special character of the Journal is sustained by literary features of national interest in the form of tales, historical and miscellan eous sketches, anecdotes and poetry. While thus national in its character so far, these special features occupy comparatively limited space in the eight large pages of which the paper consists, three-fourths of which are devoted to news and other general matter calculated to be of interest to all clas ses of readers, and not to Scotchmen alone. A care fully compiled epitome of intelligence from England. Ireland, the continent of Europe, and all parts of the world is given in every number, with extracts from the leading articles of the British Journals on the most interesting public topics of the day. With a view to increase the popular interest of the " Scottish American Journal," nd to add to its val ue as a family paper, arrangements have been made for a series of attractive tales, founded chiefly on sub jects connected with Scottish life. 1 be lirst ot these stories, entitled " uiara liowara : a laie oi me wi mean War," commences with the first number of the new volume. A considerable instalment of the storv will be nriven in everv number till it is completed. nnil it. will form interesting readinsr for the winter pvenincrs alike for old and young. It will be follow ed by a succession of other tales of equally popular character. TERMS OF SrBSCKirTIOX. One copy one year, $2 50 Subscriptions (invariably in advance,) received at the Carolinian Office, where specimen copies can be obtained on application. Agents for North Carolina, Dec 4. MARTIN & PEARCE. Faints, Oils, c?o. SPERM. Refined, Lard, Linseed and Tanner's OIL ; WHITE LEAD ; Burning Fluid ; Putty ; Window Glass and Sash of all sizes. ALSO A fresh supply of Pond's Pain Destroyer. For sale by JAS. MARTINE. Nov. 27. tf FOR SALE. TnE following valuable real estate, the prop erty of E. C. Hall dee'd. is offered for sale and consists of the following tracts : That desirable place known as Rome, containing about 260 acres with all the improvements. This place will be sold entire or divided, to suit purchas ers, it being probably one of the best business stands in the country, and is very desirable to those wish ing to enter the mercantile business. - No 2, Consists ef a Lot and Brick Store (2 tene ments ) in Campbellton,on Bridge Street near Claren don Bridge, r.nd is a very desirable stand for business No 3, Is 3 acant lots in Campbellton, known in City plot asNos 109, 111, 112, an half of lot 113. No 4, Is a dwelling houseand lot on Ilaymount, corner of Plankroad and Adams St. Avery desira ble residence for the whole year. No 4, Is a Corn Mill and Steam Engine and Boiler of 10 or 15 horse power. This is well worth the at tention of those living where water,, power is not a vailable, and will be sold at a great bargain. For terms apply to J. H. HALL, Assignee. Aug. 1, 1857. 61-tl AiOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIDOWS. T HUE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers, and the Widows of Soldiers who died in SERVICE in the war ot 1812, can have their pensions continued by calling on the undersigned (Joncrress having made additional provision for them. Give me the management of your claims, and the money- shall come at once, or no charge. JNO. M. EOSE. Agt. for Pensions. Fayetteville, June 19, 185d. tf FOR SALE OR RENT. THE dwelling House and Lot on Uay Mount, near the Donaldson Academy, joining W J Yates and others, lately occupied by Hector McMillan Esq., with a well of good water & Garden in front. It will be sold a bargain or rented to good tenant on reasona ble terms. Apply to JAS. MARTINE. Also the two Sory Ware House on Church St. near Presbyterian Church. April 24, 98-tf IKW SPUING GOODS. lui:USU;.i:i are now receiving, and ,in a few days will have iu Store, . a very large Stock of Spring Goods, ' Consisting of Jtoretgn and Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, ' - Sonnets, Soots, -u Shoes, Umbrellas, v Ready-Made Clothing, ' Sec, Sec. To which the attention of Wholesale purchasers is invited. H. &E. J. LILLY March 5, 1859. -Gt FURNITURE, FURNITURE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. H. P. DEGRAAP, 87 Bowery, (Wholesale Ware House,) anT 46i Pearl St., (Retail Store,) New York. ! WHERE will be found the largest and most exten sive assortment in the city. Bills of $25 Re tailed at Wholesale prices at the Bowery Store. All Furniture guaranteed as represented. One hundred and fffty hands constantly employed in manufactur ing. All stock laid in for net cash. It oomprisesin part, Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut Parlor Forfei ture, in Brccade, Crocatelle, Delaine, Plush and Hair cloth. . Rosewood, Mahogany and Enameled chamber furuiture, in sets, from twenty to one hundred and fifty dollars. Also, cane seat anl common furniture in great variety. A large assortment of Gilt and Ma hogany Mirrors, Spring and curled hair Matresjes, Patent Premium sofa Bedsteads, with spring "sntTa&Uc. Mattresses attached, &c. Steamboats and hotels fur nished. Dealers will find it to their interest to give us a call. Jan 15, 1859 3m "W-AJXSTTIEID TO HIKE. A First Rate Turpentine Distiller. For such a mau liberal wages will be paid. Address me at such Fayetteville. NULL. R. BLUE. Feb'y 2C, 1859. tf AT THE HOTEL CORNER. nALL AT THE MUSIC aL STORE, where you will find FIDDLES, FLUTES, FIFES, DRUMS, ACCORDE- ONS, HARPS, &c.. &c; Also, TOYS OF AuL, DESCRIPTIONS, from the Grass-hopper up to the Elephant ; a few pair very fine VASES, LAMPS and Lamp GLASSES; Fine SNUFF, CIGARS.-Chewing and Smoking TOBAC CO ; Ink ; Blacking ; Fine and highly perfumed SOAPS, Extracts, Colognes ; CORDIALS, a few doz very supe rior for table us ; Jellies ; fine China Tea-Sets for Children, Willow Ware ; Ladies' Work Boxes ; Fishing Tackle and Hooks ; Mace ; Cloves, Spice, and Soda ; Also, large variety of JEWELRY and TRINKETS Gent's Pocket Companions; Conversation Cards; FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES : And a large variety of articles too numerous to mention 3SOTXOS. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to call, as barsraius will be given. . A. N. McDONALD. Feb'y 12, 1859. -tf AMBROTIPES! OVER A. N. M'DOXALD's VARIETY STORE. Likenesses taken of all size-., singly or in groups. FROM long experience in the Art, our pictures are not excelled by those of any operator in the coun try. Give us a call, examine our specimens, and judge for yourselves. Who would be without the likeness ot those tucy level - Feb'y 19. tf ENCOURAGE HOME ffH, O I ERB respectlully in forms his old friends and patrons, that he still keeps on hand a SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF Saddles, Bridles, Whips. Trunks, Traveling Bags, and Harness, made of the latest styles and best quality for sale cheap, five doors east of the Cape Fear Bank, south side Person street. March 5, 1859. -6m. GRE ENT REE & BARNUM, ARE just receiving a very fine Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting of Men's Bors' and Youths' COATS, PAXTALO0XS ASD VESTS. Also, a fine assortment of Plain and Fancy Linen and Marseilles Shirts, Drawers, Handkerchiefs, &c, &c, &c, Warranted to sell lower than any Clothing Merchant in Fayetteville. Store, two doors above " Carolinian " Office. Fayetteville, March 5, 1859. -tf BEDSTEADS AND CHAIRS For Sale at reduced prices, at the Auction Store of A. M. CAMPBELL. Aug 21, 1858. tf MASTER'S PATENT 5 minnte, j Ice Cream Freezers. Operation Simple. Result Certain THE increased demand, and the unrivalled popu larity oflihese Freezers, prove them to be the very best Ic? Cream Freezers in use. Sole agents for the United States, E. KETCHUM & CO., Manufacturers of Japanned and Planished Tin Ware, 289 Pearl St., Sew York, March 12, 159. ' 3m , rt' BBLS. Herring, new and in splendid order. I O 50 Bales Hay. 75 " Rice Straw. For sale For the Casli, at low prices. J. H. ROBERTS & CO. March 19. -tf - STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, V MONTGOMERY COUNTY. J Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Jan. Term 1859 Eli Rcsseli. 1 Original attachment levied nn vs i Wixbokx Harriss . 200 Acres Land. - ON motion, It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that Winborn Harriss is not an inhabitant of this State, or so conceals himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is or dered by the Court that publication be made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the Town ot Fayetteville, for six successive weeks, for the de fendant to be and appear at the Court House ia Troy on the first Monday in April next, then and there to plead, answer, or replevy, or final judgment will be entered against him for the amount, debt, interest and cost of suit. Witness, John McLennan, Clerk of our said Court at office the first Monday in January 1859 ' JOHN McLENNON, C. C C Feb'y 19, 1859. 6t $4,20. If! Hon BARRELS TURPENTINE at my Dis A.U 5U UU tillery for which ihe highest Cash prices will be paid. J. R. McDUFFIE. January 15, 1859. 3-mo . LAND DEEDS. A SUPPLY JUST PRINTED AND FOR SALE at the " Cabolixiak" Office. .SPRING 1859. ALEX'R JOHNSON, JR. T8 r?,S, ECEII5G A L1RCE ASD DESIRABLE be found fSeasonable Goods, amongst which may Hn,5?bleuPe SlLKS' Byadier. Chena, rll dn0u-her Eancy Dress Sis. Black Uro de Rhine Pouldesay and Figured Silks, Double Jupe Robes and Robeles, in Be iges, Tlssue8) 0rgandie8 Muslm, of every style quality. --. A variety of Lawns.' Gkghahs, French, English and American PRINTS, Bombazines, Alpacas, Debages, Alvoreans. Ducals, &c. A handsome assortment of Embroideries, and T- .W?ITE GOIS of all kinds. Bed Ticks, Apron Checks, Osnaburgs, Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings Summer Stuffs for Men and Boys. Table Linens. Birds' feye ana other Diaper, Huckaback and Crash, Buff ana liiue Holland and Embroidered Curtains Silk Berage and Marseilles Mantillas and Dusters, A. variety oi new style Shawls, Lace Shawls, Points and Mantillas', Kid and Silk Gloves and Mits, Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Rouches, Misses and Children's Flats, Fancy Head Dresses Fans, Umbrellas and Parasols. ' With a large and desirable Stock of READY MADE CLOTHING. Cloths, Cassimeres, Drap de te, Tweeds, Jeans, Linens, &c, together with many other Articles not enumerated, rhake my Stock a very de sirable one. The above GOODS were selected with creat care, and will be sold LOW, for Cash, or on time to prompt pa ing Customers. All who are in need of Goods would do well to call before purchasing ; and to my old customers and friends I would say Call SOON AND HAVE CHOICE. i ' ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr. Fayetteville, March 5, 1859 6t. O. & W. McLAUHIN "VYTOCLD 1STITE ATTESTIOX TO TSEIR LARGE T T and desirable Stock of GROCERIES. I CONSISTING IN PART OF 150 Bags of Rio, Laguara and Java Coffee ; 9 100 Bbls. and Ilhds. Sugar (assorted ;) 25 Hhds. Molasses : -30 " Bacon, Sides and Shoulders 500 Sacks Salt ; 150 Boxes good Tobacco ; 125 " Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow Candles; " 50 " Soap, (assorted ;) 50 " Candy, " 100 Bags Shot, " 1000 Lbs. Bar Lead ; 30i Bbls. Snuff, (Eagle Mills ;) 25 Kegs Soda ; 250 " Nails ; ALSO A LAKGE ASD GENERAL, ASSORTMENT OP HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. Farming Utensils of all descriptions ; American, English, Swedes and Peruvian Iron ; Blister, German and Cast Steel ; Blacksmith Tools ; Coopers' do.; Corn Shelters and Straw Cutters ; Buckets, Brooms and Pails ; Leathen Manilla apd Jute Rope, (all kinds and quality ;) Plow Lines and Bed Cords ; Hollow Ware ; Cotton Yarns and Sheetings at Factory Prices ; All of which will be sold low for cash, or on usual time to prompt paying customers. Country merchants are respectfully requested to call and examine our stock before purchasing else wticro D. & W. McLAURIN. March 5, 1859. -tf GEORGE . WILLIAMS & CO, KVITE THE ATTENTION of Merchants and Buvers generally to their very heavy stock of Groceries and Hardware, consisting in part of 300 Bags Rio, Laguira and Java Coffee ; 75 Barrels Sugar ; 17 Hhds. do. 33 Bbls. and bbls. Eagle Mills & Bonn's Snuff; 50 Boxes and F egs Soda ; 35 do. Tea; 3fi do. Starch ; 100 do. Glass, various sizes ; 60 do. Adamantine and Sperm Candles ; 20,000 lbs. Western and N. C. Bacon ; 400 Bags Corn ; A large stock of Pepper, Ginger, Spice, Indigo, Madder, Candy, Raisons, Soap, &c, &c; 500 Kegs Nails and Spikes, assorted ; 160 Dozen steel and iron Hoes ; 576 Pair Trace Chains ; 45 Doz. Eng. and German Wheat & Grass Blades ; 50 do. Shovels, Forks and Spades ; 35 do. Coffee Mills ; 10 Tons and upwards Hollow Ware and Plow Castings. Also a full and complete assortment of Hardware and Groceries, not enumerated. Blacksmiths', Coopers' and Carpenters' Tools. 10 Tons Hoop Iron ; A large assortment of Swedes, American and Eng lish Iron. German, Blister and Cast Steel. Shoe Makers' Materials and Shoe Findings. SADDLERY. 50 Dozen Wagon and Buggy Whips. In addition to our large and well-selected stock of shelf Goods, we have on the way and expect to receive in a few days, direct from the manufacturers in Eng land, the heaviest stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Shears, Scissors, Razors and Files, ever offered in this market. We shall also import, during the year, 100 Tons Swedes Iron, sizes running from li to 12 inches 50 tons of which we expect to receive about the 15th of June. We shall make such additions from time to time to our stock as the trade requires. And will at all times be prepared to offer induce ments to country merchants, paying strict attention to orders. March 12, 1859. -3m FRESH GOODS! WE are now receiving our stock of Spring Goods consisting of a large assortment of G-rocerles, Erov sions H,:rcl.-r,xre IFVVIijVCINO- UTENSILS. And expect to make such additions to our stock as the trade requires. We will sell at wholesale or retail low for cash or on short time to prompt paying cus tomers, or exchange for country produce. Persons wanting goods in,.our line would do well to call and give us a trial. Particular attention paid to filling orders. PEMBERTON & SLOAN. : Fayettevilla, N. C. March 17. -tf DISSOLUTION. THE firm of H. L. MYROVER & Co., was dissolv ed some time since by the withdrawal of Wm. J. Myrover, and since that time the business has been conducted alone by the subscriber. H. L. MYROVER. FUHTIiJER NOTICE, THE Subscriber has associated with him in business Mr. George W. Wightman. The name of the firm hereafter will be Myrover & Wightman. - H. L. MYROVER. March 11, 1859. .6w Observer & Presbyterian copy 6 times. $25 REWARD. AN AWAY on Monday night the 8th instant, my Negro man PETER. He is a fine carpenter, and will no doubt pass for a free man. He is very intelligent full six feet high, bright complexion, rather slender TniU crrtnri tPfth in frnnt and fine countenance, but if frightened will indicate it in the eye had full face of whiskers and bushy head of hair, rather straight and'black dresses well in black clothing wore an old cloth cap when he left. He is free to talk and well calculated to deceive. He will probably change his name, as I believe his aim is to be free. He may endeavor to escape with waggoners or with some white man. The above reward will be paid on his delivery. JAMES H. McQUEEN. Robeson connty, N. C, March 15. f -t Pi AAAS- TALLOW WAJNTlilJ. HOU lJ.UJU which the highest cash price will be rTl A. M. CAMPBELL. naid. Oct. 1. 1856. tf "Warrants, CIVIL and State, just printed and for sale at the " Carolinian " Office. Feb'y 19. tf FRESH ARRIVAL. J. W. LETT HAS just received a large and general STOCK of Goods suited to the SPRING Jfc SUMMER trade, consisting of a choice selection of Staple and Fatcy DRY GOODS, Boots 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. August 28, 1858. ly p& Turpentine! Turpentine! Turpentine! QO Ann TURPENTINE BOXES on and near OU.U U U the Rail Road, about 5 to 6 miles from Fayetteville, will be rented on good terms to any per son wishing to embark in the business. Also, a good SAW and UlilSi mll-l., ana iwo smau FARMS. Also, two of the RICHEST FARMS m tbe County of Cumberland, one about one mile from the Market House, known as the Bailey place ; me oiner aDoui nine miles from town, known as the celebrated Ashe Lands, which bus 250 or 800 acres cleared land, which if properly cultivated, will produce an average of 30 bushels of Corn per acre. Those wishing to rent said lanus must apply soon, or they cannot be rented. For particulars apply to C. v. ueete, ayeueviue, who is authorized to rent in my absence. . A. JN. A1CUUJNAL.U. Fayetteville, Feb. 8, 1859. -tf " DEATH TO ALL VERMIN." As Sfeixg approaches, Ants and Roaches, From their holes come out, And Mice and Rats, In spite of Cats, Gaily skip about. Bed Bugs bite You, in the night. As on the bed you slumber, While Insects crawl Thro' chamber and hall, In squads without number. IT IS TRULY WONDERFUL WITn WIIAT certainty Rats, Roaches, Mice, Moles, Ground Mice, lieu-bugs, Ants, Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, insects on Animals, in short every species of Vermin, are utterly destroyed and exterminated by "Costar's" Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator, C star's" Bed-bus Etrminao , " Costar's " Electric Powder for Insects Supplied direct, by mail, to any address in the United States, as follows : On receipt of $1.00, a box of the Rat.Tloach, &c,Ext On receipt of S2.O0, a box each of the Rat, Roach &c. Ext.. and Electric Powder, (sent postage paid) sufficient to destroy tlie vermin on any premises. Sold by Druggists and Dealers every where. " Costak's " Principal Depot, 420 Broadway, N. Y. S. S. Circulars, terms, &c, sent by mail on appli cation. Wholesale Aexts for Va., Md At Norfolk, Va., " Richmond, Va., " Baltimore, Md , Sold at Fayetteville, by March 5, 1859. 6t KING & TOY. J. N, SMITH. A YE It'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED,) ARE WADE TO CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CUKE TEE SICK. Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians, Philanthropists, read their Effects, and judge of their Virtues. FOR THE CTRE OF Headache, Sick Headache, foal Stomach. IIttsbubo, I'A., May 1, 1K55. Dr. J. C. Atek. Sir : I have been repeatedly cured of the worst beadat'lie ail y body can have by a dose or two of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do me, the fact is worth knowing. Yours with great rvapect, ED. TV. l'KEULK, C erk f Ultamer C'arion. Unions Disorders and Liver Complaints. Department of the 1 xterior, Wasuinuton, D. C, 7 Feb., 1856. Sir: 1 have used your I'iils in my general and hospital prac tice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regulating action on the lirer is quick and di-rided, consequently Ihey are an admira ble remedy fr dcrar;reci,ii1s of that onran. Indeed, 1 have seldom found a case of bilious diseaseso obstinate that it did not readily yield to tii"ra. Fraternally yours, ALONZO BALL, M. D., I!iysician of the Marine Hospital. Dysentery, Relax, and Worms. Tost Offke, Hastlasp, lav. Co.. Miou., Nov. 16, 1855. Dr. Aykr: Your I'iils are the perfection of medicine. They have d-ne my wire m:rc jrood than lean tell vou. She had been sick and pining away fur months. Went oil' to be doctored at great expense, but got no better. She then commenced taking your I'iils, which soon cured her, by expelling large quantities of worms (ilead; from her body. They afterwards cured her and our two children of bloody dysentery. Uue of our neighbors bad it bad, and my wife cured him with two dose3.of your Pills, while others around us pid from five to twenty dollars doctors' bills, ami lost uuu-h time, without being cured entirely even then. i-ij!-h a medii-ir.e as yours, which is actually good and honest, will tie prized here. UEO. J. GRIFFIN, l'ustmasler. Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood. PrniH Jicv. J. l. JI-mi'S, lt$Ltr of Ailvsid Cuttrcfi, lidst'm. Dh. Ayf.ii: I have used your I'iils with extraordinary success in my family and among those I am called to visit in distress To regulate the organs of digestion and pui il'y the blood they are the very best remedy I have ever known, and 1 can confi dently recommend them to my friends. Yours, J. X. Jll.Ml.S. Warsaw, Wyoming Co.. N". Y., Oct. 24. 1S55. Dear Sir: lam ushis: yourCathartic Pills in 1113 practice.and find them an excellent j-uiaiive to cleanse the system and pu ritV llv;. fountains of the blood. JOHN O. MEACIIAM, M. D. Erysipelas, Scrofula, Kind's- Kvil, Tetter, Tumors, and Sait Klieinn. From a f'iriviiraiiig Mmhant of Louis, Fk!. 4, 1S56. Dr. Aieii: Your I'iils are the paragon of all that is great in medicine. They hare cured my little daughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had prowd incurable for years. Her mother has been long grievously aWicted with blotches and pimples on her bkiu and in her hair. After ourchild wascured, she ulso tried jour I'iils, and they have cured her. ASA MOF.GRIDGE. Khetiiriatism, Neuralgia, and Gout. From lite Jt'er. Dr. J'.ivt.rs. of lit Slrltnrliit Efiix. Clivrch. I'tn.ASKi Iioi;.-K, Savannah. .Ian. 0, 1856. Honored Sir: 1 should be ungrateful for the relief your skill has brought me if 1 did imt report my case to you. A cold set tled in my limbs and bn -tight on extriui-itiug neuralgic pains, which ended iu chronic rhi-nniatim. Notwithstanding 1 had the. best physicians, the disease grew worse and worse, until, by the advice of your excellent agent in Uallinioie, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your I'iUs. Their eflects were slow, but sure. By per severing iu the use of them I am now entirely well. Sf.xate Chamufr, Baton Rouge, La, 5 Dec, 1S55. Dr. Atf.k: 1 have been entirely cured by your I'iils of Rheu matic Jout a painful disease that had ntiii' ted me for years. V1CEM SL1DELL. For Dropsy, Plethora, r kindred Com plaints, requiring an active purge, they are au excellent remedy. For Costiveness or Constipation, and as a Dinner l'ill, they are agreeable and effectual. Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflammation, and even Deafness, and I'nrtial Klindness, have been cured by the alterative action of these Fills. Most of the pills in market contain Jlercury, which, although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that frequently follow its incau tious use. These contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. AYER'S CHERHY PECTORAL FOR THE RAPID CURE OF COVGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFLUEN ZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, CROl'P, ASTHMA, INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, and for the relief of consumptive patienU in advanced stages of the disease. . . We need not speak to the public of its virtues. Throughout every town, and aJiuost every hamlet of the American States, its w-onderful cures of pulmonary complaints have made it al ready known. Nay, few are the families in any civilized coun try on this continent without some personal experience of its effects- and fewer yet the communities any where which have not among them some living trophy of its victory over the sub tle and dangerous diseases of the throat and lungs. M hde it is the most powerful antidote yet known to man for tbe formida ble and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can be employed for in fanta and young persons. Parents should have it in store against the insidious enemy that steals upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to believe the Cherry Pectoral saves more lives by the consumptions it prevents than those it cures. 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Remittances for any of the above publications should lways be addressed post-paid, to Die Puldist ers LEONARD SCOTT As CO.) No. 54 Gold-street. New York. inhalation in CoiiMiniplion. RONCIIITIS, LARYNGITIS, and other Dis eases of the Chest and Throat, successfully treat ed by the Inhalation of Medicated Vapors and Pow ders, by absorption and constitutional treatment, as practised at the Stuyvesaut Medical Institute, New York City. The unprecedented success which has attended this method of' treating diseases of the Lungs and Throat has induced us to depart from our usual course, and ourselves of the columns of the press, in order to bring it to the knowledge of such as may be laboring under or predisposed to such affections. The daw u of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Con sumptive; the doctrine of the incurability of consump tion having at length passed away. Wo have indubi table proofs in our possession that Consumption in all its stages can be cured! in the first, by tubercular ab sorption; in the second, by the treusforniations of the tubercule into chalky and calcareous concretions, in the third by cicatrices, or scars. Those w edded to the opinions of the past may assert, that even now, consumption is incurable, such arc behind the age. To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz: that the medicines inhaled in the form of vapor or Powder di rectly into the Lungs, must be much more effective than that taken into the Stomach, where the disease does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Con sumption and Throat diseases is, that medicine in the form of Vapor is applied directly to the Lungs, where the disease exists: the stowach is thus left tree to aid in restoring health, by administering to it a healthy, lifsgiving food. There is no case so hopeless that In baittlon will not reach! The means, too. are brought, within the reach of all. the manner of administering the Vapors being so simple tha the invalid is never required to leave home, where the hand of friendship and affection tends so much to aid the physician's effort The Inhalation method is soothing, safe and readv nd consists in the administration of medicine in such a manner, that they are conveyed into the Lungs in the form of vapor and produce their action at the sc?.t of the disease. Its practical success is destined to re volutionize the opinions oi the medical world and establish the entire curability of Consumption . I earnestly appeal to the common sense of all afflic ted with Lung diseases, to embrace at once the advan tage of Inhalation, and no longer apply medicint to the unoffending Btomach. I claim for Inhalation a place amongst the priceless gilts that nature and art hath given us. that "our day may be long in the land," and as the only ark of safety for the consump tive; a method not only rational, but simple and tfli cacious. Such of the profession that have adopted Inhalation have found it efficacious in 'the highest de gree, arresting tbe progress of the disease and work ing wonders in many desperate cases, in verdity, a signal triumph of our art over this fell destroyer of our species. Note. Physicians wishing to make themselves ae quainted with our practice, are informed that, onr time being valuable, we can only reply, as to ingre dients used, to such letters as contain the fee. The fee in all cases of Pulmonary affections will be $10, on receipt, of which the necessary medicines and instruments will be forwarded. Applicants will state age, sex, married or single, how long affected, if any hereditary disease exists in the family, and the symptoms generally. Let. the name, town and State be plainly written. Postage for re turn answer must be enclosed. Letters, when regis tered will be at our risk. All letters must be address ed to. WALLACE MEBTOCN. M. D. S, M. Institute, New York City -. Not. 12, 75-6m 00 0 0 0 0 (HI OH 01? ().'