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-A Bdi& fit September.
T SoMAS W. PARSOXS. September strews the woodland o'er W5tV l Mi: i i iui uxxiijf a. ui 11113,111, v;uiui; rv- The world is brighter than before ' 7u Sorrow and the scarlet leaf, Sad thoughts and sunny weather, f a i mis giory ana this grief Agree not well together. This is the parting season this iP The time when friends are living. And lovers now, with many a kiss I Their long farewell are sighintr' Why is earth so gaily drest? - This pomp that autumn beareth A funeral seems, where every eust ' A bridal garment weareth. Each one of us, per chance, may hen On some blue morn hereafter V Return to view the gaudv vear ' utunot with boyish laughter- ' ' Wo shall then he wrinkled men' Our brows with silver ladon And thou this glen myst 8eek aain But nevermore a maiden ? NwSffiI-t Spring wui touch h..; in &pri And that few brief 'mont f. The bird, the hi" ?S 1W 1 bring Am vnese iorestsdo not know Or would less brightly wither- ill nevermore como t MORTALITV OF CHARLESTON. 1 n Spite of tie Changeable and variable weather during M present month the e-nn.l uu,, ' , ? I continues, as the Rptrict. . i , icuori mis mo mg shows only six white deaths for the pastwe Head Quarters, 4drd Regiment. N n f,i;: 1 posing the 43rd ?"en' coP" C hereby commanded to nT?:r "!?! :. 1 ticeVrsSaifC;'1TmiSSiOUed n'1' non-Uommissioned ': 5"! ' TW'an to atten'1 at the ubQvenar Io;There1,7Drin20tb' Ctber' ltt fuU UniU" By order of the Colonel. Kept, 23, 1859. W-.2t u-lt pd Observer copy weekly 2-t fHue Robeson rimnti II i.,., , T agi Old Its ticvl. f,.!. .. - iou . fair on me loa, 4 nnd 18th of November next. Premiums liberal usual, bister counties respectfully invited to c p-.He for premiums. By wder of the Society. .-et.2o. 4-n .l-.-Ju-iT,Sec':. Tobacco. BOXES frOIa several Manufacturers atFad pi ices, some very choice brands at wludesal r 50 retail PEMBERTOX 4-tw-is & SLOAl lt-d Aug. 2C ,1859 1859. I860. SUNNYS1DE NURS . .IVIES. Sear Rockingham, Richmond Co., S. C. 8TANSILL, STEELE & CO., Proprieto THE Proprietors ot the abQve i,ained Nurseries leave to call the attention of the public the that they have for sale, during the coming plat season, a large number of Fruit Trees of the xaos lect varieties. It has been their aim to propagate only those 1 adapted to Southern culture ; and so far as Apph concerned, it has become necessary to reject near tWa of Northern or European origin. Their li i'LAR TREES is extensive, am embrace? a sele which cannot be surpassed. Prices will be as 1 the same quality of trees sell for anywhere i United Slat.'?. They have also a fine asFO.rtmpnt of Ever-bloc Roses, and a few of the choicest Evergreen 'Tree They flatter themselves that their experience in culture for some years past, together with Jthe yation a9 to the mode adopted by the most wQtel Nomologists of the country, enables them tf giv most perfect, assurances to their friends of thf gel ness and value of the varieties cultivated, f Those unacquainted with fruits, would do w41 to the selection of varieties to the Nurseyinan, w honest, will do better for them than they wotald themselves ; if not honest, it is best to refuse to with him at all. V Address L. II. WEBB. Ag"1 Rockingham N Sept. 23, 1859. w-3t . J. T II O S. J . JOIINSO N II AS now in Store, and is receiving, a sortmeiit ot Dry Goods, Groceries, Jcc. New Jlullets, Rice, HT. . Lard, Wayne C Hams, Sweet .llolasscs, &r., &c. f CAULDRONS. p'i JUST received, a lot of Cauldrons, largetnd from 90 gallons to lfi gallons inclusive.. yiall ly are tne very tninsj tor boiling Syrup, or tor. la tie1 use. Call and look and buy. Old stand.? . TUOS. J, JOSKS' Sept. 23. 1859. y.-.3 New G-oods-JI THE subscriber has Just received hi fal Winter Stock. Consisting of a Qeieial nieut of f Dry Goods, Hats, Bonniels Hoop Skirts, Flannels, Lindseys, Siieellur, Sh Bleached and unbleached, Sugar, CofleAf M( Shoes and Boots, Cotton Yarn, Fhmr, Spides, 1 ard I9KS Shos Snnff, I f o d per tbem els and Forks, Collins Axes. Lye h-i1 Potash, and Tobacco, Umbrellas and Parapls. School Jaynes' and other Medicines. Baginr and Rope Kether with a great many other articles. -Tbo sous wishing sjood bai -ain will certainly fin dere. as I am determined to sell very low for c 1 SB. All persons indebted to Pie Settle as soon as possible. will please Ca lnd T. A. XORME lr. 1359. d-lt W- Lumberton. N. C., Sept. Observer copy. OTICK. THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE of the bt plantations in the western j, Cumberland County that has ever been,, offe many years, containing 52 acres of Land, irood Divt iiin ir.,i oil thor our. houses with a of excellent waiter There is a Grist Mill and fli; Mill site with a.ity olmi.lt built. The Plank Road runs close to it. The land iswell 1 ed with pine and other growth there is some ex swamp land some of it drained. Any person wish to farm ; work at turpenti make lumber, no better inducement has erer b fered in this section. Any person wishing pi; such a dessrable place would do well to call so wui nuAluUS IO Sell. Persons wanting further information ay me at Moutiose p". O. Cumberland Countr N. July -24d 1859. d 1-lt-w-tf ROBERT CSAI Idfess AM. Just necciveu p i WE HAVE JUST received and are nof rec.'i ring our Fall and Winter Stock of 9't f Dry Goods and Grocef es Crockery and Glass Ware, Hardware aI Cjtljry, BOOTS AND SHOP, LEATHER, CALF SKN'S, LINING AND BINDING SKINS- WINDOW GLASS VARIOUS SIZES, PUT 1 NALS, c. Almost any article usually kept fn our line. Our Stock of Sbqes, for lien. Boys and Youths, and fos Ladies. Misses, and Children, is well assorted! Person wishing to buy arytlrng in our line, will please give Our stock n exam?nat:on. As the above goods were uuugui, lor uasn. v.u tniniv we can sell as low as anv r or Lei- iu the trade. We also have a good lot pfN". C. Bacon. J. O. BOON & CO. w-6t d-lt Sept. 12, 1859 C. -4 n d s -aiivai, 10,000 Negroes 10,000 Negroes Saved Yearly. Saved Tearly. Saved Yearly, Planters Take Notice, Planters Take Notice, Planters Take Notice, - Jacob's Cordial Jacob's Cordial Jacob's Cordial Is The Only Sure Is The Only Sure Is The Only Sure And Positive Remedy And Positive Remedy And Positive Remedy Before The People Before- The People Before The People In Dysentery, In Dysentery, In Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Diarrbcpa, Diarrhoea, Colio, Colic, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Morbus, Cholera-Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Infantum, Flux. Flux, Flux. It Never Fails. It Never Fails, It Never Fails. ALSO, AL.SO, ALSO, Admirably Adapted Admirably Adapted Admirably Adapted To Diseases of lemales, To Diseases of Females, To Diseases of Females, Especially Especially Especially To That Train of Ills To That Train of Ills To That Train of Ills Whose Whose Whose Monthly Recurrences Monthly Recurrences Monthly Recurrences Cause So Much Cause So Much Cause So Much Suffering. Suffering. Suffering, It Gives It Gives It Gives Immediate Relief. Immediate Relief. Immediate Relief. Price $1, Price $1. V. W. BUSS & CO.. Proprietors, 363 Broadway, New Torlc For sale in Fayettevitte by S. J. HINSDALE, Druggist. Ati. 1, 1859. BLL HEADS neatly printed, one two ana taree on a half sheet ruled for the purpose. Give U9 aoallattha CAROLINIAN OFFICE" Bllsa Dy-ftpeptlc Hrmnljr UUss' Dyspeptic Hemedy Ulis' ryapeptlc llemMlf Bliss' Dvuptutlc Remedy Ultsa DytpepUe Hemedr Hllsa' impepue Bllu1 DviM'DrrfTvfTiie Btlaa' Dyspeptic llemedir I Bliss' Dyspeptic Remedy Has tlie Largest Sale Has tbe Largest Sale H.as the Largest Sale . Has tbe Largest Sale Has the Largest Sal Has the Largest Sale Has tlie Largest Sale Has the Largest Sale Has the Largest Sale If as the Largest Sale Of any Medicine In the World, Ot any Medl.-ne in the World, Of any Medicine In the World. Of any Medicine in the World. ff any Mertliine In the World. Ot any Medicine In the World. Of any Medicine In the World. fit any Medicine In t he World, pfnny Medicine tn the World, pi any Medicine In the World IOO.OOO Packages IOK.OOU Package IOO.OOO Packages IOO.OOO Packages i.M),UOO Packages IOO.OOO Packages IOO.OOO Packages IOO.OOO Packages 100,000 Packages J 00,000 Packages Sil! In Georgia and feouttiCnrollna Sold In Georgia and Sjontli Carolina Solfl In Georgia and SouthCarolIns Sold In Georgia and SjnlliC aiolln. loM (11 Georgia and Stout hfarollna tioitl ! ticorgln. nnd SpnthCarollna Sol)! In Georgia and SouthCarollna Soltl In Groriiia and Sool hfarollna Sold In Georgia and Soul li Carolina So.lU In Georgia and SouthCaroUus In Pourlfeii M oiitlis. . In fourteen Mont In. In Fourteen Months. In Fourteen Months. In Fourteen Month. In Fourteen Months. In Fourteen Hloiillis, In Fourteen Mont lis. In Fourteen Mouths. In Fourteen Month. It Is Warranted lo iure It. is Warranted to Cure It 1 Warranted to Cure It. Is Warranted to Cure It Is Wai ranted to C"wre It is Warranted to Cure It Is Warranted to Cure It Is Warranted to Cure It. 4 Warranted to Cure It Is Warranted to Cure If Directions are Followed. If Directions are Followed. It Directions ore Followed, If Directions are Followed, If Directions are Followed, If Directions are Followed, If Directions are F'ollowed, If Directions are Followed, It Directions are Followed, If Directions aire Followed, Any Case of D spepsia Any Case of Dyspepsia Any Cse of Dyspepsia Any Case ot Dysepsia Any Case of Dyspepsia A"y Cue ot Dyspepsia Any Case of Dyspepsia Any Case of Dyspepsia Any Case of Dy-pepsln. Any Case of Dyspep-da Liver Dlscnse, l.lver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, Liver Disease, f Liver Disease, Jaundice, Jaundice, .Taiim! lce, - JnunUice, Jaundice, Jaundice, Jaundice, Jaundice, Jaundice, Jaundice, General Debility, General Debility General DcMIHy, General Debility, General Debility, General Debility, General Debility, General Dcbllltv, General Debility. General Debility, Pnlpilatlnu, Palpitation, falpitatlon, Pnlpltallllli, I. -'.. ..1, Palpitation, Palpitation Palpitation, Palpitation, Chronic Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhea, Chronic Dtarrhcea, Chronic Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, CUrantc Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, Giciillness, Giddiness, Giddiness, Giddiness, Giddiness, Giddiness, Giddiness, Giddiness, GUUUnesa, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Depressed Spirits, Loss of Appetite, Loss ot Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Loss of Appetite. Loss ot Appetite, Loss of Appetite, Pain In Side and Bach, Pun n Sde and Back, Pol 11 in Slue and Back, Pain In Side and Back, Pain In Side and Back, Pain In Side and Back, Pain In Side and Back, Pain In Side and Back, I in In Side and Back, Pain In Side and Back, It (s Especially Adapted to It Is F.speriully Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to It Is KsjM-ctally Adapted to It Is Espcilally Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to It Is Especially Adapted to Female Complaints; Female Complaints ; Female Complaints ; Female Complaints; Female t'oinplx In ts : Feinale Complaints; Female Complaint ; Female Complaints; Ftiuale Complaints; . Female Complaints ; It Produces Rntuneilf y of orm It Produces I&otundlty of Form It Produces Rotundity ot Form It Produces IlotunclKy ot Form It Produces Rotundity ot Form It Produces llotuii jllty of Form It Produces Rotundity of Form It Produces Rotundity of Form It Produces Rotundity of Form It Produces Rotui.dlty of Form x., n...i,. iin and Spare ITittrf -In Females of a Thin and Spare Habit Iu Females of a. Thin and pare Habit In Females of a Till 11 and Spare Habit In Females of a Thin and Spare Habit In Females of a Thin and Spare Habit In Females of a Thin and Spare Habit In Females of -a Thin and Spare Habit In Females of a Thin and' Spare Habit In Females of a Thin and Spare Habit Every Invalid Should Every Invalid Should Every Invalid Should Every Inva!il Should Every Invalid MioiUd Every Invalid Should Every Invalid Should Every Invalid Should Every Invalid Should Try One Try One Try One Try One Try One Try One Try One Try One Try One Pack age. Pukaee, Package. Package. Package. Package. Package. Parkae. Package. Send a Postage Stamp to the Proprietors for thefjr Pamphlet on " Diseases of Stomach and Bowels. . 363 Broadway, New Tartu For Sale in Fayettcville, by S. J. HINSDALE, Druggist. Ausr. 1.1S50. BLANKS OK ALL KINDS FOR SALE AT Seventy-five cents per quire, any number ovei five quires sixty cents per quire. At the CAROLINIAN OFFJCE, lymcoy 1 - ' " NjL NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL," A RESTLESS REMEDY. HOIXOWAY'S OINTMENT. CIRCULAR TO THE SICK. TKe first hospital surgeons and medical publicists of I Europe admit tne unparalleled anti-mnamatory ana healing properties of this Ointment ; governments sanction its use in their naval and military services ; and the masses iu this country and throughout the world repose the utmost confidence in its curative proprieties. It penetrates tbe sources of inflamation ana corruption which underlie external evidences 01 1 diseases, and neutralize the eery elements which leed aua einsperaie me meiauy. lthi Ji U MaT.SM, bCKOFLLA, ERYSIPELAS I XKpk ftfp omnn or tH m not forriblo a nt t nprkii7inr I w - ww vx. a. a wv ssruu mb. vua wau I yet ia their worst forms, and when seemingly incura- ble, they invariabiy.disappear under apersevering ap- plication of this soothing, healing, antidote to pain and inflamation. SALT RHEUM, FEVER SORES, STIFF JOINTS. In cases of Salt Rheum, where medical waters, lo tions, and every recipe of the pharmacopcea have rosed useless, the Ointment will accomplish a thorough cure. Fever Sores heal quickly under its infiaence, and its relaxing effect upon ceutracted sin ews is truly wouuerlul. DISCHARGING ULCERS. A most remarkable and happy change is produced iu the appearance of maliguant ulcers after a few ap plications of this Ointment. Tbe surrounding redness vanishes, an granules of healthy flesh begin to take the place or the discharged matter, lhe process goes on more or less rapidly nntil the orifice is filled up with sound material, and the other ulcer radically cured. A WORD TO MOTHERS. The young are the most frequent sufferers from ex terna! injuries and therefore every mother should have tin cooling preparation constantly at hand. Jt is an absolute specific for sore breasts, and quickly removes tbe ulcerated sores which sometimes disfigure tbe heads and laces et children. biGMbiOAM bAcrs. This Ointment is universally used on board the At- lantic and Pacific whaling fleet as a cure for scorbutic affections, and as the best possible remedy for wounds and bruises. Large supplies 01 it have recently been ordered by the Sultan of Turkey for hospital purpo ses. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the followim 'to 1 tr cases Bunions, Mercurial Eruptions, Swelled Gland, Burns. Piles. Sore Legs. Chapped Hands. Rheumatism Sore Breasts, Chilblains, Ringworm. Sore Heads, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, Fistula, Salt H heum. Sore Throats. Veneral Sores. Gont, Scalds, Sore of all kinds- Wound of all kinds Lumbago. Skin Diseases, CAUTION ! None are genuine unless the words "Holloway, JVew York nnd Londonf are dis cernible as a water-mark in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen feyi holdihe the leaf to Ithe light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering sucu intorination as may lead to the detection of any party or parties counterteiting the medicines orj vend ing tne same, Knowing mein 10 oe spurious. Sold at the Manufactory of Professor Hollqway, 30 Maiden Lane. New York, "and by all respectable uruggists and Dealers in Medicine throghout the U. States and the 'civilized world, in pots at 25 cents, bi cents, and SI each. -There is a considerable saving by taking the larger size. N. B Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are athxed to each pot. haw rDAur'u LIVER INVIG0RAT01J, NEVER. DEBILITATES TT JL a IS COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS, and has become an established fact, a Standard Medicine, known and ap-j f-it, and used in such qnan proved by all that have; Jitities as to act gently on proved Dy used it, and is now re-j sorted to with confidence! 2i Let the dictates of your in all the diseases forj which it is recorameaded.! "judgment guide you in M.use of the Liver Invigo 53 rator, and it will cure Liver Complaints, Bil T;lious Attacks Dyspepsia, It has cure 1 thousands within the last two years who hid given up all hopes of relief. as the K Chronic Diarrhoea, Sum Onier Complaints, Dysen- numerous unsolicited cer tificates iu my possession r,tery, Dropsy, sour Stom tach, Habitual Costivcness Acholic, Cholera, Cholra O Morbus. Cholera Infan- how. The dose must be adop ted to the temperament of the individual taking, JOitum, Flatulence, Jaun- dice, Female Weaknesses and may be used success It will cure fully as an Ordinary Family Medicine sick Headache, (as thousands can testify,) in twentv minutes, it two or three Teaspooniuls are taken at commencement of attack. All who use it are giving their testimony in its favor. Mix water in the Mouth with the invigorator, and swallow both together. Price one Dollar per bottle. ALSO. SANDFOKD'S FAMILY Cathartic Pills, COMPOUNDED FROM Pare Vegetable Extract?, and pat up in CtlSS CASES Air r-gnt, ana will keen in any eiunaie. The Family Cathartic Pill is a gentle but active Cathartic, which the pro O The Profession well know that ditferent Cath-t-j) artics act on different Jj!portions of the bowels. kJ The family Cathartic prietor has used in his practice more than twen ty years. The constantly increas JhPHI has with due refe- 'rence to this well estab- i3 ing demand from those Hlished fact, been com Q pounded from a variety jj'ofthe purest Vegetable J5 Extracts, which act alike fon every part of the a fjlimentary canal, and are CBjgood and safe in all cases who have long used the Pills aud the satisfaction which all express in re gard to their use. has induced me to place them within the reach of all. where a Cathartic is needed, such a? derangements of the Stomach, Sleepiness, I'ains Iu the Back and Loins Costiveness, Pain and Soreness over the whole body, from sudden cold, which frequently, if neglected, ends in a long course of Fever. Loss of Appetite, a Creep ing Sensation of Cold over the body, Restlessness, Headache, or weight in the head, all Inflammatory Diseases, Worms in Children or Adults, Rheumatism, a great Purifier of the Blood and many diseases to which flesh is heir, too numorous to mention in this ad vertisement. Dose, 1 to 3. PRICE THREE DIMES The Liver Invlgorator and Famaily Cathartic Pills are retailed by Druggest generally, and sold wholesale by the Trade in ail the large towns. S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D., Manufacturer and Proprietor, 335 Broadway, New York. rpHE very thing that was needed in Fayetteville a I sky light Photographic gallery. . C. M. Vanorsdell takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Fay etteville and vicinity that he has opened his splendid Sky-light Salloon opposite C. T. Haigh & Sons Store, where b.e is prepared to give as good likenesses as can be made North or South, having had a long experience in the Photographic Art and being determined to let none but good pictures leave his galery. He hopes to receive a liberal patronage- Photographs Ambrotypes Mellaneotypes, Cameotypes, &c. Those for whom our fond emotions cherish, Secure the shadow e're tbe substance perish. Come all ye fathers aud mothers Come all ye sisters and brothers Come all ye lovers and friends, No longer now delay Come to Van's Saloon and get Your picture Before you are called away. iufcitiaacnijLa4iQjupa.rjm aajaQele i Likenesses taken at short notice of sick or deceased persons at their residence. Also landscapes and views. April, 30, tf Dr. Frank William's Rye WhisJcey. Tt 'MITOnr.LL has made an Ansements with Dr. It. 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. 16, 1858, f W, M. k X ; DEALERS FOREIGN, DOMESTIC, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes. Yankee Notions, &c. f MAVE on hand fresh from the Northern Manufactories and importing Uousc complete assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemens furnishing Goods, consisting in part f.' For tlao Ladles. K Of Black Silks, French Merinos, all Wool Delanes, common pia 1. and fio-ured do Ginghams, Prints, Jaconets, Swiss cross, Barred, Book and Mul Mae ins ; Embroidered Collars and sleeves insets, Dress Trimmings ' ' . , 1 " , ' ; ire and Stnpeg, Checks, Uloves, Hosiery, Belts, skirts, wnale bone, rattan, orass ana steel workinsr cotton' Docket handkerchiefs, spectacles, bonnets and bonse trimmino-a pnam- ii ta i i a 1 I 11 T1 I n Oil Tl T n T r flrATYITnnYl I U 9M w w U Wm bTb tions, DiacK ana tjuw suk ana tnreaa eagings a superior quality, brown and bleached linens, Hick's drills, tabl cloths, toweling, wouvej anA ,Pnnri1 gApiin. lniiii. mArin rdniAa nnH twill lie ,1 ----- O 7 1 z a: r n j : green, blue and Brown berage, black silk veils, misses colored flat!, rtificial flowers and wreaths Made up coats, pants, vests, shirts, collars, hats and caps, hosiery, gloves, pocket handkerchiefs, buggy rugsb ankets, over-coats, trunks, carpet rugs, pocket knives, lead pencils, combs. brushjNr. pen knives, violin strings. Apotliecary Concentrated lye, gum camphor, salts, brown, opedildoc, ess. peppermint, cinnamon, Batimans drops, pain killer, nutmegs, starch, M'Lanes Vermiffsr t, Stroneh's, Hall's and Spencer s pills, spice, pepper, ginger, oollanooua. Shaving boxes, brushes, razors, straps, soaps, blacking, candy, jai; iff, sears, tobacco candles, inks, pens, paper, Webster's spelling books, powder, shot caps, lead, curry combs, cast hinges, screws, locks, saddle hacks, blank books, euve opes, shoe thread, t rr re j ! 1 1 t sugar ana conee, conee pots, aisn pans, cup spiders, boilers, plates, cups and saucers, butter dishes, stake dishet baker's do, knives 1 i 2 n -n i i- 1 and forks, spoons, molasses jugs, saltcellars, pepper boxes, pttthers, sugar dishes, cream pots, castors, coffee mills, sives, tumblers, bowls and pitchors; candle sticks, &c. PERSONS OIF -A-UNT" OF THE ABOVE B JD GOODS tc. : May call with a certainty of finding them in this store in their utu; 1 varieties of styles and prices, which will be shown with pleasure, and sold as I 3 AS THEY CAN BE IN THE Little Rockfish, X. C, Sept. 10, 1859. School Notice- TITY School in the DONALDSON ACADEMY lYl be re-opened on Monday, October 3rd. will Terms per Quarter of ten weeks English, $7 50 Latin, Latin and Greek, $10 00 $12 53 25 board in the Contingent, A few pupils can be furnished witn family of the Principal, on Hay Mount. JESS1S K. AlcL.Hi-a.iN. A. Ji., rrincipai Aug. 13, 1859. w-tf TIac Ol 1 I o mlaian AVING become indispensable to all who have tested its value, AFRESH SUPPLY Has been obtained, among which is a lower-priced ar ticle, viz : viz 2 qt. at 1 50 and 3 qt. 1 75. ALSO TRIVETS For this Coffee Pot (or boiling vessels of any sort,)at 25 cts., IRON COFFEE POT MATS, (or stands) at 15 cts. " We record our own opinion formed only by drink ing the coffee made in this Cofl'ee Pot ; but those more immediately connecsed with its preparation, are perfectly delighted with the simplicity and economy of the process." Southern Guardian, Columbia, So. Ca. For sale at the CROCKERY STORE. W. N. TILLINGHAST. May 14, 1859. -tf NOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIDOWS. HE WIDOWS OF MEXICAN Soldiers, and tbe Widows of Soldiers who riEi IN service in the war ot 1812, can have their pensions continued by calling on the undersigned Consrress having made additional provision for them. Give me the management of your claims, and the money shall come at once, or no chargei JNO. M. ROSE. Agt. for Pensions. P ayetteville June 19, 1858. tf A CARD. A Word To My Old Friends. THOSE persons for whom I have been attending to Banking businness for years : I am still willing to serve you with the same promptness that I have al ways done ; aud to others that may want discounts, Pension business, &c, Ac. 1 offer my services, with a promise of strict attention JAS. G. COOK. June 27, 1559. tf CARRIAGE FACTORY. A. A. M'KETHAN KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of Vehicles of every description, which are well and faithfully made and finished in the lightest and neatest styles. His facilities for doing carriage work are ukeateii than axi establishment South, which enables him to sell his work on the most favor able terms. Nov. 13. 1858. tf A FINE Article of French For sale by and Cognac Brandy. J, R. McDTJFFIE. JJISTILLERS GLUE. For sale by J. R. McDTJFFIE. URE DOMESTIC LIQUORS. J. For sale by r. Mcduffie. SCUPPERNONG and MEDEIRA WINE. For sale by J. R. McDUFFIE. BACON! BACON!! BACON!!! J. For sale by R. McDUFFIE. XURE CIDER VINEGAR For sale by J. R. McDUFFIE. GOOD ARTICLE OF COD FISH. For sale by J. R. McDUFFIE. ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CANDLES. For sale by J. R. McDUFFIE. HERRLNS ! HERRINS !! HERRINS !!! For sale by J. R. McDUFFIE. OUGAR. COFFEE, TEA, MOLASSES, BUTTER LARD. TOBACCO, SXUFF, and many other articles generally kept in the Grocery line, for sale by June 4, -w u. n. mcuurr it,. A IE NOW RECErVTNG Heir StocTc for tbe en suing fall and Winter trade, Consisting mostly, of Groceries, Hardware, Hollow-ware, uutlery, Sad dlery, &c, also a large supply of Oottin Baggiag, ana rope. Boots & Shoes, all of which will be sold on as reasonable Terms, as any in this market. Persons visiting this placd will do well to give us a call before purchasing. G. W. I. G0LDST0N A. W. FULLER, Apg. 12, 859, 3m-w (Cameron, IN f ; STAPLEfjb IJANCIT W9 Umbrellas, Ready-LI4e( Clothing, in great variety, Flanfces Lindseys, Plaida o : " J JT J J Combs, rms, rieedlaf , Thimbles, Hoop- snrinsrs, Draceiets aacs neMrlnfPs. frencn 4.-1 - . - T a QTin C! n rAaO 1 lMl CLY v" s 1 .1 ana insertions, snawa nd bed blankets ot X LViilVi't x v w l : i i i li neck-ties, suspenaeij, boots and shoes. jP Xoxxr-txa3.oiLt copperas,, alum, salt jbf remind io-o, Spanish lemon, castor oil, ;et oil, British oil, cologne, hair oils, musk p miades. pans, wasu pans, au: pans, pots, ovens, IN WANT P I--4 &1 sasBasssk BOUGHT IN ANY REtVJL STOKE 1 t STATE. W. Mi V; J. CAMERON. w-tf FRESH . LRIVAIj. II AS justreceived k Iirceand creneral STOCK of f Goods suited! U the FALL & WINTER trade, consisting of a cpoce selection of Staple and F.:y DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, with ala Dst everything desirable in that line. t Prime Family Groceries always to be hud at TGi irs. Goods sold at the lowet; prices for CASH, or ex changed for country prodice. - August 27, 1859. - J ?; Georgia Slttte JLottery, For the' bnejiif of the nscoisrir coello Union 45;-otcaLa3ei.y, OF JASPER 6rNTY, GEORGIA. Authorized by Specu I Act of Legislature, 25,828 PRIZES MURE THAN (U PAlZE TO EVERY TWOplCKtTS. McKJNNEY : CO., Managers. CAPITAL PRIZE $Blfcfl)nD. - r: tickets oTsrinrsr $10. HALVES, QUAB12RS, AND EIGHTHS I HI 3POBTION. TO BE DRAWN . EACH SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1859. hjj THE City of Savannah, Ga. CLASS 39, toe Dbawn Oct. 1, 1859. CLASS 40, to ps Drawn Oct. 8, 1859. CLASS 31, to M Drawn Oct. 15, 1859. CLASS 24, to BE Drawn Oct. 22, 1859. CLASS 43, to MDrawn Oct. 29, 1859. f I AMGJvFiqMJrr scheme. 1 Prize of $60,000 is ' ft Prizes of $1,000 are $5,000 20.00) is 10,000 is 5,000 is 4.000 is 3.000 is 2,000 is 1,500 is 1.100 is 10 2 S 2 60 100 100 100 r.no ua 400 are 300 are 200 are 150 are !. 800 600 400. 7. SOU. 100 ar 10.000. 95 ate SjiOO. &5 are &.500 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 Prizes of $200 approval. ting to $00,000 4 Prizes of 150 approlh; tntt to 20.000 4Prizes of 125 approba ting to 10.000 4 Priaes of loO appro.BWt-ing to 5.000 prize are prize are prize are prize are $8.00 6.00 500 40v CJ0 480 400 320 8,00q 200,000 8 Prizes of 80 approjaja ting to 4.000 prize are 8 Prizes of 60 approxfcp "g to 3.000 prize are 8 Prizes of 50 approjjfa ting to 2 000 prize are 8 Prizes of 40 apppolte ting to 1500 prize are 400 Prizes of 20 appioxjaas. log to 100 prize are 25,000 Prizes of 8 are 85,828 Prizes amoustf g 40 - - - - $366,040 Certificates of PlieJaS" i11 be sold at the fo lnwin? rates, which ftt e risk : Certificates of PacfcafcC of 10 Whole Tickets -4 . , 10 Half t i 10 Quarter " tt 10 Eighth " IN ORDERING TKJJ-1 OK CERTIFICATES. Enclose the moneffcs our ' addr ess for the tickets ordered,on receipt ata,cn they will be forwarded by trst mail. Purely " he tickets ending in any figure they mayjpc'VfM6- The list of drawn roernd prizes will be sent to purchasers immediately titer the drawing. NOTICE ) 50ESPONDENT8. Those who prefer not I!11 money by mail, can use ll'-rSi -Companies, VAereu iuuuvj m 1m Bent w n sums of Ten Dollars and upwards AT OUR RISK AND EXPENSE, from any city or town where there is an Express money and order mu5te enclosed in a Offlce. Th Government Post Office Stamped Envelope, or the Expresf l 'nmpnie! cannot receive them. AU communications Mrietly continental. Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or Express, to be dl rccted to McKINNEY & CO., Savannah, Ga. July 9, 1859. -tf $00 30 15 50