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MIT IE RONE. hc conies with fairly footsteps ; ' Softly their echoes fall : And her shadow falls "like a summer shade, Across the garden wall. Tin golden li.tiltt is dancing bright, Mid the mazes of her hair, .And her fair young locks are waing free, To the wooing of the air. Like a sportful fawn she bouiidoth 80 gleefully along, Ami as a wild young bird she oarrolelli The burden of a song, The summer (lowers are clustering thick Around her dancing feet, .And 1 her check this summer breeze Is breathing soft and sweet. The very sunbeam seems to linger .Miot that holy head., And the wild ilowers at l.er coming Their richest fragrance shed. And oh! how lovely light and fragrar.ee Mingle in the life within ! Uh ! how fondly lo they nestle Round the soul that huows no sin ! She corn ps, the spirit of our childhood A thing of mortal birth, Yet bearing- still n breath of Ilcf-VPn, To redoern ht-r from the oarili. ,She comes in bright robed innoci nc e, Unsoiled by blot or bjighr, An 1 passeth by our wayward path, A gleam of angel light. Oh ! blessed things are children ! L'he gifts cf heavenly love ; They stand bo.wixt our worldly hearts And better things above, They link us witu the spirit world Jly purity and truth, Ami keep our hearts still fresh and young H'jth the presence of their youth. The "Wi:i:hm in Fiiance. Tt i sa:d that a uartv of workmen manifested their indiirn.ic.n at the re cent augmentation of twenty-live per cent, in the price of the ortlinaiy sm-kin tobacco, by throwing their pipes over the iron grating into th priv.-ite ourtyard of the TuiHei ics. It was certainly a vcry boid measure, ami coupled with the hict that bread .s higher iiihv than it ha.s been for Several years, is Well calculated to create an excitement amonjr the working- ncoplc. Fifteen years ago it would have (Created a revolution ; and such acts ti. these which, when first promulgated, Iiavr the clf.-ct to render him unpopular with the mass of the people, .show how firmjy the emperor believes, him eif to be seat ed upon the throne of France. The s-tatistos of the sale ami increase in the use.of tobacco in Fiance .1-11. 11 1 i . 1 . ouiu, i s.iouni uutiK, tie rainer aiavming to the anti-tobacco society. In l.-Jo it i.'dueed but fif teen millions of IV.uies to the government; in IS. "is, one hundred ar.d seventy-three millions, an in forty seven years pa.,t hai bieught into the treasury the , enormous sum of 4,;(js7i) l.i!ti4 f. ancs. During the past year trie receipts from sales have been ls:5,Ofj(i, ', of which 12o,-it,4;r has l.-cen clear profit, and it is expected that this year the sales will reach nearly two hundred million of francs. Ti:h ty-ciht millions of last year's receipts were for segars, and the remainder for .-.linking and chewing tobacco a;.d sou!!'. Nearly one-half of the tobocco used in France is brought lrom the i nited States and Cuba, and il.e rema nder is gi.ovn in i:t south ol Frame and in Alger a. ami it is made up in three immense manu factories, belonging to and conducted by the govern ment. The principal one is in Paris, employing no less than, four thousand workmen. . j Ar.r.YAXniut Ha viltom. Ale.vaiuler Haniilton v.n once apiilicd to as counsi-1 by a man having tiie guardianship fd' several orplians. These iTdants would, n their coming of age, .sueee'd to u lar io and valu;djh- estate, of which there was some lou- i terial defect in the title deeds. This faef, and the . ; i : I . : i i r ... . . 7 . ! i...iii.iei in v i. u 11 n ii.i.iiii.-u, as KUD'Vll tijuy to: tne guanuan, who wi.-iied to emul.iv Jlamiitou counsel, to vest m hinisc If bw tir!-. of i! tie estate. ll Vkliitcd th '.v KuIh nif.iir !, n ... . t ally, and would venture t give his auv.'-e in a matter ot so luucli imporf-fce. On his second visit, Hamilton read ovir t him the minutes of their previous .'oii- vers.lt,Ym that he had reduced to writing, 5tndaked 1,51 ll the state!:n.nt was correct. On receiving nswer in the afii: m iti ve; Hatniln replied : "i'liu 1 are now ooinpletely in my power, an 1 1 look upon myself as the future guardian of the uiduippy in-' f mts. Take my advice ; Settle with them honora! ly j o the last cent, or I will hunt yon from your skin i like u h.ue.'' It is proper to add that his advice! was punctually followed. j Aaron Burr ; The authority is the late Col I JIagernian, who received the statement from tlie lips 1 oi mo late ietcr.la" .Monroe, a 'tislinguisboil la w vcr w ho studied his piofessi. oi with Col. Purr. Soon after the duel which terminated in :he death of Ccu. Jlamiitou, while Alonroe, was seated, on a dark, stormy nieht, in h s ii'r.ry, he was informed by ;1 Servant that a man in disguise earnestly desired to see him. Fpon being shown in, and the disguise removed. Col. Purr stood before him, saving that his life was in danger; that he had with diiliculty elu d his? pursuers ; thaffhe must make his eseiiiTo si -erctly ; uud that he Mas entirely destitute of funds, Mr. .Monroe,' from whom Col. llurr had not received Hie usual student's fee of $,-5.(), allowing compound iutercst on that' amount, from the time he ei'itere.l the ofilee till lSlf drew- his for between leen an 1 seventeen hundred dollars, with iugitive made his escape. i - -th Poor: Boys. Don't be ashamed, my 1 1 1, if you! Jiave a patch on 3-our elbow it is no mark ofuis-! grace. It speaks well for your industrious mother, j For our part, we would rather .see you with a dozen j patehesjon your jacket thathear one vulgar word es- i cape fnun your lips or to smell the fumes of tobacco ! j:i you breath. Xo good, buy v ill slum you because ! you c.innot dress as well as your couijianioti, and, ! if a b id boy sometitn -s laughs at. your appearance, say nothing, my go. d hid, but walk on. U'e l.i:ow : many a rich and go. id man who was once as poor you. rear Co.;. my boy. and i.' vmi are ii.mi l ot )ion it, vou will be respected it deal more th it you wi re the son ci' a rich man and addicted to had habits. I Peuk AN'ism I'-i;!..Mi 'J'.'.c f-nxfesf 1,7V Vo- i. A 1 1 e a traorclii ia r v ii;... - st ri :.n match eaiueoifat Manchester on the 27th October. It appear.- that, Sh-H A'.bison. of Howie,., wi.o won ihe .i hampion belt at tiie Copenhagen ground-, Aewtoi, Heath, some time since, was challenged ;.- cojuuig to the eoin!!ti.ns on wbieh i, .... sV it, t o run V . i-'-'1?, oi Mi,t,:!,.s'iri,;'g i, fr it si ie. The deposit- having l.mi made ale, ' I 1 .1.1 .C "2 o a in.! the men gone nro active earning, speculation l.eca. Vi'i-v i.i-is .- in; i . i .. ,e - ...i i.ving inane tiie tavori rom rumors that were cuiretiC it w is said ill te, ami at . .. 1. i mm oeaten any time known.' in, thed- v ." "umen.-o coneour.-ea semUed at the -rounds I . and mere was nmeii betting. Alhison b.-in the fivoi-ite. . io neing i ;i,i ,,n illul an,4 tiK, -tart as much as 2 to was oiiered. YVl.c ! lue men .1 !-,o.,fii .1 .n t!.,. -und, every elevated snot was taken ,-..,l;., .V the Utmost il.lXi.ty l.cll-- :irevn',,,,t t.. n . - c- i v..t iiiiness trie t-'nte.-t. j lie tneii got oif on en ia! t'-i-is 'I -He' m-king the vmi.imgat a tremendous Pa-e 7 vt don't l'c a:temitir!g to cut his oTeionent do n al lii-st iunplcting tie; tir.-t revolution of the course he was at least ten yards in advance, bur fro-., .,,.f -n.i-iiii nara op i unit, it oil M - i . .. .. , ing evident he conltl not corUur.ie the pace. At a'j0- Seventy cards if., m ii.. me the favorite got m front. and one of the jinie.-i struggles on record took nlace All son u 1 oo., the lirnately winning liy a yard, in 4 mins. 1 f istest " time m wbii-h ... . .i.- i, .'i run i iJosspocii tiavin ti;oi tiie honor tul tins ev.-i.t 't,- Thomas Hayes, the propt i-tor of ihe ajrou:;-.' referee and sr.ikehol.Ier. .1 r Was A 00 1 anecdote is told of Ali Pasha, do Sulf gran vier, recently-in 1 arts. A-Iad,- to v ...1 .-..-! . jinis geri;icii!"t:i a inrrouueei. ;it a sot re i:";;-i. 1 :IS ihe native rpic.-t'on . "Is the s-ult-tn liiarried"''' prpflt deaj, iiupiaJ..1," tt.f.s lh Tl' Ji's ffply. 'A riirrf- AXT t K DAY th? 20! h day of FI'IiKl "ARY " ' nc-vf !iftu-i("i tun hours ol 10 o mock, a. m and 2 o'clock p. m. I will sell at public Auction, at the Dwelling House upon the premises that large and valuable tract of LAN!) laving in Cumberland Coniitv : noon which Jacob ( Hot ton, now lx and known as the Mary's Garden place The said Land is situated about lour lniks E isi of the Cape Fear River, immediately on tb Plank Road, lead ins from Favettevill? to RaU-io'h. and con tains about 9 4-"if . A li VM, of which about i ACliKS are most admirably adapted to far- j ining purposes. The place is perfectly heait.iy and j pleasantly situ.-tf ed. Persons wi.-bing to buy, would 1 do well to call and examine. Teinis: PA J)ec li'A-t.s Li. J 1) UXULinVoOO. HFOHD' f: IT ?;KVK11 DKiUMT.VTS. W 11 1 i) d v L . -1 ; i : t p r o v d U y tliat -rt.i t with f"i:fl'i at-. ij a rt'coump'iidi 'l. 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CT 3- yS.Zi ZZ .i2 n X 6' 11? ,s AVIL Li. A:V-. NT AT 2 'I i.V-N jAT .I.N", JTJ I A .VA. M02TDA"y, JANDTA3Y 21st, 1SG0 cash rniZE of d"oo ix amkuioax 'JOLD. Horse, Bitg-g-y au:i Hariic-s-i, IOO. if--" -j aiue v J cJ3 ?jy , :i(i:i COLD and Sil.VEU WATCH FS, A 1.1. IN" Ji l N11X 8!)1 PUIZFS IN Casks ii;o:.r s-C-j to vMCiilCAX GOLD. Fit! s2.oo ) o'.id 27 ACHFS OF FAIi.MlXG LAXL :." SFl'S SOLID SILS'E:t AND DOL'ili.. PLATiiD WAKK. Patent Felf-n'inding ami . U,:i'-!ns, Col.l and Save" Vest ; c. , A A; c. Ci , Iir;iCeIels, Lond Warrants tin 1 A mericr.n Sporting ';.tc!ii'.s. tiuuo.-r 1 'rizes, iZCS, -,-.)OC Val wf i1 !? 1 0 , dJU ;;,..0u Tickets Limitoil to Drawings taks place Mont , i I very jiriiiti'd j-it uf i lCliC .'.-1 loldi-r recent s uracil nuniiiers, i'tvo o cnurg.c. -g- AH ilr;i wind's l;.!;"c s 1 1 1 o l i ; . t c i i i c 1 1 exclusively )Iat iy ' in the U;.);i; 1 ifiiC llulvief: Ri;Fi:;:!-:xci". i t.iko g roM. I'leasare tn r ,t.,,.,g ;tu vi!o are an: ig" m i'oiiesty.' busincs tne i.'ouiii;. ollicers. i'o.-! imis for i ul oi.ii it ion rec-pi ct ii iiroui pti t tide, Ac . io a iv oi in. tsars, express Agents, ju.-tu-es oi ii: Km 1 eace .Mi c'l.tnts. IJepreseniAJives so: I .i.ma.or. C'ou nty. or any of ihe ituoi '.-oil.- A if tils 1 1 juris ot tin; Caioa. who h ive at ieud.-i m As the above ii.un -1 ari person. :Hy ae.pi me. :i:.d iii ist of ti: ::.: !i tv; atteii.i..,! ;.i drawings, I will lvipiesi ail who wish to s. selves ot' tic safe"- of t'aeir iuvuct;.i..ut. an" of iiic; aofc geatleine.i. at". I tin. ic'sfs Wanted iu.")5? h'scras iu:;:. ii cv ry :,-, r;y, i'iui;.3 ar- :C;;tc ! o::i w.. li.ive no r.ut - Tickets of any person unless yua l helii. e uc i i.ii ic ALL T1 1 'TZ I-?.-"? T! : i ' : t i icCl'L I1 I .1:. Sirssrlc T;rfcr;3 3 l 'raulviiii, .Joii;:sOll V i Jsf.-TfJnbcf 2!th y. In 1 1. - - '- 9 a. 2 0 1 hi I H t .H 3 o o P M tJ 9? Q o CO - 7 I. z. V- I. -X- J ft o d !h-ly. hulk .mi: AT. A II I IDS. HLLk jjlU'i-S 1:1 I SHOULDF.KS. 1 ! or p-i le y Anril 2(;ih. ',:o :;-.vd. E. F. MO01IE. j. II. liobiTlsfc Cos A no Pi Ai l 'j , BCTTEK, CIIKESE, DKIF.II BEEF, S0A1', CAX iU.E., RI' JAVA i: LAUL'AillA COKI-E. CKL'SIIKH, I'oWPEKED, X. O. i: CJF.-E SL'(iAH KICE, AI.I.sriiJE, pEI'I'EK, UIXOEH, MfSTAnH, BAKING J. ') WI'IMIS. v.'oSCESTEK SAL'CE, TOMATO CATi;i WIlAI'I-iM; I'Ai'i'Er. & TWINE, MATCHES or ALL KINDS. A CHOI0S EOT X. C SifOL'I.I'EKS, Of.D AN'll NEW IIAlt ALSO W KSTKUX UACl SIDES i I.N uO-j-.-. ? ' No. i iIk!:i:iju i.v bhj.s. iAl.:-- lliU.S.. .1 vc. ;!.!.): Ki;tl., Sii.vi). L'ui) Fi.u ( 3ici.i.i:T is:i ic A:l ; x c. conx ?;iKt.i.iri",sr;:Ar crn ;:us i-a.vikib .v-gale'is PATKNT, At.s..COMM.JX !.. I'i.OWS i i'l.C'.V CAoT IXtiS Of .11.!, SiZivS, FAN ilii.LS, WilKKI, JAHUUWS. ou;, i..ns, i.LAXKKi.-., tvEUSKVS, osXAUtitt.o, Bi.o- OANS, SIIUKS FOR .MKX, V.OJIEX jCOTTON YAKSS Sjil-.TIXCi; . S4 T-S ii op.,-: i & Y.'CI.y. COLLARS, WAs.OX W AliOS WJtllS. ilillil.ES, i WillSKV, I'oftF.ION r, Bn.vXDv, nr.M, oix; wixk of ii. DOMESTIC WHISiCi" & BK.IXDV OX IlAXl it wnoi.Ejs.u.r: ke.s.vl !P'&aC& HsiszII if cigars. Suioking it ' ' 'i'".v ' :i ' Tohacto of al grades. A L AUG hi' LOT OF c'lGAU-S OF A I.f. K I .s !S : MlAiJ, HUAI) AM i:.(JLK .MILL SNUTF. COO Bags 0 01. OAI.T. 1 t. i . X j i-M.cv'.s A: .or Cui .il.i of Sr: MaKI-.TKAOK'S UlCiK jji.v.s ,s .. AI.Si i". ii- th I ! ;ie r i i !; ,ii.!o of Ij. Y"; i ' ) I rv s i:.vs tor ; Mr! llOlClIAX of L. ii ie i '."j : u pent : ne out his ti i? K 4 a i. i ves. i- n . S Car: Picks; ks .V Pocket 1 . ,";c;s...rs,'f ra.-e ii. Collins. S. ; C S. :... -' : 4" A.!:-' ibbiiw .... s. 1 iVi ; .- ; 1 :tau.s. !!;'' is. i ii . Co a::d K; i-s. Auger--. K.ite a.r-i, a iif:e iot o! w :;i g K ..' ves. At, ji. til il 1. 1 hit CO ! f : . a l ... in Tirr Water A .-silg'ti' j..o. . Wash fa.iovois laucs. 3 ' A ". Oil j vuiiMii AX I'.!.-.. X ks aii size.i iioiri i ir BIl GEO. Two Doors above C. T llaig'n Fayetteville, N. C. Oct. l.iSoS. lv. cs, liV.13 ti li -g ! GJN AS A MKDICAL AGENT, I THIS DKLIiaii'FUL TtJNIU STLMtLANT. FSFECI ALLY i -J cal Prof :s ;i. oeil I he so-ca'ded " Medicated. "" - ; uesigce.-l for ihe use of the Meui l and thj F.aculty. h-.iviiiir sup- rc.e- Gins." Aromatic.'" -'Cordials.' hii t'ips. ' eic . is i!u,v eiolorsvd bv an :ii ill of l! liromineiit i.j.ysiciaas. chemists aud con- o.sseui, as poscssi!ig ab oi those intnnfic liiedicin 1 (ptaliiies ttotiie and diuretic) v.-hi-.-h belong to an Li) a:ei i-i..'lii-; CtN. Put tip in quart bottles and id by ali iJruggisls, Grocers, etc. A M. UiNiNtfEP. & CO.. Establish .d in i; S.tl : l'roprietori?, i:ld Mrj-a, X. V, CO., Xo. 1j Park For sale liy I). S. P.A Li XES Uo'.v. New York. Ourlonjj eyperlene,. and far.ii liari ! y with t'.c re i'i:rei:ieiiis (,,f O r u 'xi -is. and o :r superior businc.-i liiciiit u-s, ciiaiiie us iu hp ni.-ii tl,-. in with choice Li Ve'is lor medicinal and family i,so. V X iveiliii'-i' i'ih. l-i'i.j i v. V M S' . a 5 5 : t' J a 5 ! J ' VN XX " I fK - '-"w rim so, jm la&zxzygsi ,623 S- 1 1 nis tj o in pa n .- i ben in operation more than . - "ix years, and has paid its Fire tosses, amount ing to S::!..')i C,s7 wiihi.ui iin v asses-i:'.ei;i: i.;-urauce averaging its m i,: 1-c is v.i i p A-.io.iui. ol pr-jei y no v insa:-, A:r. otiul pre .a iu m ..o.cs Hon- on M" eel .4:U.nl ,i . i;:.c i t J : S : T. ILi-.vIev George. McXeiil 1. A. Hay. il. L. Mvrovr; S. W.TiiIiudiaj Henry Lilly: X . .V . i. "tl man , S. J. 1! his.ialr. T. S. Lalt i lob , "iVm. AlcLuuri.i, v.". X A. J. i. J a tiH': iiitng'm.-t, i c let 1.- ia. ii i:.i:i:s, r . C -J O k , . . v . i e e 1 , f-i.a.js Ky le. Ho a. J. (. S.'ivnhei-d. ' . .. P.F.Urjwn, WiPaingt on Hall, o ilmin-ti ton. OFFICERS: :k McxrrtT., r;:::s ::.v. virr: pkk-h, tlEOI! n. a. . A . iii-- L. ,. : t. lJLC :."T. T. - .. :m.. :. . ", I v - .. A , ,0i ii'.iny iuvite appiicutions."'-.' wly'r May r S lit Hi S Viu.ia" i & TlIJVCEA'fllTiRK DEXTIIHKK - OC'O OR IjLW'TAL snuff , IS now introduced to tnc Amen ' can 'public, compored of the purest Snutf, divested of its object ionable fpntlities, and retnining its power as a disinfectant and deter 'iient ft lias the endorsement of :J The Parisian rld as the most use -ZP-i JC ful and decant toilet article in th Cj-fr world. Elegantly mounted. SiifH rLlv flavored. n.a:i ornament, and as a ToiletU pleasure it has no equal. . 1 NOTICE 11 ! Encased in two forms. No. 1- GOLDEN BANDED 0C0 Retains v!l its nat ural Ffrength and pungency, as imported, ,1.1 is, most superior article for those who desire an V rceuble stimulant. Jt iinpirts t.i the teeth that pe ruiiar br lliancy for which tlie ladies of'Southern Ku row: are so justly celebrated. No. 2 SILVEIL BANDED OCO- Designed expressly for the Northern market retains ail its povers as a dentitrice though gr'atly reduced hi its s simulating properties . . . As a Gem On your Toilet Stand You- wtil be . . , , Pleased with it, and for its'ex.'cllct.cv rou will recommend it. For sah hy HA UN lis & PARlv, 13 Park How, and ""COX It A!) FOX,' il F.arcl.vy Street, New York, and all Druggists. IX pot for the States and Canadas, lo3 Water st., N.Y. ' June .;, 1 .sCO. y . in. tlie txt; Pholouraphy Upon Porcelain- Secured hy ULtcrs . iteuh in the United blades, U.'i-jLiw.l, Fran, and Dchjlam. ' ; tal wmn piiflTmTRirinc porcelain- No. 7S1 JJroad'.va'T, New York, 1. - i-T n y- i.ii-! ;:no n 'fpn 1 1 iim invention! "j -"- Jioujrc.u iwitu..-, v ""-j r'i-" II l.. t ...1! ,.,. ...l.tnl ofi.f'i.Uv ll'TiT.. e.l lo execute all oruers lur 3Iiuia;ure Liiicncsics orrmsaus on tjilim, iu'cseiiiin-i ali tiie at ti ae!i e and aaaiitagous features of ordiua"' y jihotogra;hs, the hriHi.iiicy ami nnisn or a water eolor draw ing, and a luiheito unatUiiiied quali ty of durability, by b.mg r udered as iinperishaUe as iho natural properties ot the articles upoa which they are irausivtrei. As the patetited process of t'e Company enable the r-Troduetiou of Photoyrranhs. not onl y on pla.n sur- ( face;3. hut unon such as are round or of a.iy degree ot irreularitv roortraits can be reproduced witli tault- i less iiccuvai"-. and 'delicacy of denotation, upon i or celaiA 'Aai-i'.s of any description and diiueusioii used ik in i :,!, i'f In vurv or ni household utility, such as ...... -..,. 'r. ii.i.s. 4lv ! thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing a r;;uy & : unique and exquisite style of oruameut Uiou of arti cles in domestic use- lu order to furnish facilities for the gratification of the popular ta.-te. anil to meet the wants of those pa trons of the l- iue Art?! desirous of bavi ng Portraits on kixds i I'ercehuii, the Company have imported from Kuiope . l.iYAYS a collection of superior porcelain goods, mauufact I nr.'.l to their owa order, which they sell at cost pii- i COS. j As the American Company are owners of the patent ngbt. an t cou-.cqueutly Kie o-'y per.-ous auinorizeM to"us'e the proees, they have determined, in order 'tit affonl feojjle in every seclioii of (Ue Union , an opportunity to possess Piutrailu on CH:in to make the fol!o.iug proposition to j -i - . t si, 7 . ,,7.? t,. ! li.es i a iClUS III 1 1 10 l.'OUU-' I , ILiUi (lit; unuuir. (- visit iKrsonallif the'Ald'tcr and Galleries in A-cio x ov'r . Persons ?u"tn r a ptiot-igraph" amororype. or oag- j uerreoi vpe to tne olnco ol tlie company in asw iuu. I aC''ouipauied by j Five Dollars, i,i i nis: receive 5 a rot urn bv evuress. frwe of other charge, .... : ' a "i; ti ' i ! ; v ( i;T a M kn l'Li ISIiEAKFA.ST ' A- j CUp'aiid sAUOFdl, Wpril Tilt-: PtlFf liAlT TKANS is ! FICitliCU TiliiiiliuX. U - i liy irar.s-uiii.iig a ii.iucii'.hm, liy transuiiitiiig a daguerreotype and 'fi-IX DOLLARS, seullVi in like manner .('II VASii Oil TOILKT A.P- ; V.il.l ee.-i rai t repr.nlac. ig a p t;r of -iagu'i t by tie; patented process, reot vpe-and Dollars, thev will r' C'-ive in return A i'AliC (d'Kic'il rii.RA iS V ASF, with the pot traits executed i-ipiai to miniature paint ings : and. ia like in-iuuer, poriruiiscau be rcproduceil oh p'ircelaiii wa' es or A'ASE.S of Mv'K iiUAHTY of FINISH, ranging in price tram .......... ..... . .V..T1'TV-T. ".. r-.fTT I I... IL Tl I Til 1 n ;v i i lo t ;.m no-'iUHni' utn.i..iki ine i ii. N ii lie p sit ie.ilai ia wriLiiig the addresc, town, county anl Slate distinctly. -Ml tellers to be al.lressed to vtiaaagi-i , iaierkan.PIitograjihic Porcelain Co.,' 7 b I Droadwav. Oct "27-Om New York. lighte & Bradburys5 . ptttcnL Insulated Full Iron Frame new Scale. Grand and Square Piauo-Fortf's. . -j.-f.. Tne Insulated Iron frame preserves the feji original tone of the instrument in all its i 2 2 IS purity, secung it for all time against that mo-t disagreeable tiauy quality ol tone iuvaria-. fdy found in all other Iron frame Piano-Fortes. It greatly st rengt hees the case and thus keeps the Piano Forte much longer in tune. It gives the instrument a much fuller, richer and sweeter tone. It adapts the Piano to ail climates and to all changes of atmosphere and in nil respects it. is pronounced by the most cele brated artists the greatest improvement of the age iu Piano-Forte construction ; producing an instrument acknowledged to be superior to all others made in this ' country or 1-Airope. A few sliiiioiiinls " rosjanl to Jlie sniierinrily of iv .Veiv .Scute i'.iteiit Insulillt.i lia.ln-l'cn t ts. ' I have examined the Piano-Foi tes of Lighte &. JBradbuiys with entire satisfaction. I know not that there are any others better, either in our own country or elsewhere." Pk. Liiwkix JIasov. In clearness, richness, and volume of tune, deli cacy, elasticity ol touch, and tine repealing action, I have never played upon their C.i,.l."; II A WooLEX-HACl-r. ' iu vobun, richness, evenness. and purit j' of tone and in dciictcy of touch they certainly excel, an in that beautiful sinking quality so desirable yet to sel dom found. Vi'iij.i.oi M.vsox- " I nave never played upon so rich and heavy a tone Soiiarc Piano-Forte. Aura ft; NAcolkox, -I am astoni.-hoi and delighted wiih the New Scale lion, 1-Xiiiu I'iiiuo-l'ni tes made by ywii. There must be a splendid future for Lighte i, Urudburys I'iano Fortes." GkoFPoot. "I have never played upon so fine an instrument.-'-" Cko F Bkistow. 1 consider them ps to beauty, richness, fullness elas- and eouabi v ot tone, as wed as their agreeable tic touch, equal if not superior to any Pianos made in this country or Europe."' Kauj. Wels. ' l.i no.ver. o u.lilt i 1 v. ainl e.i iiali t v of tone, tliev cerUxiii'v cxcei ; w:ile for that peculiar rich and sing- log lune .u iiea-iuiiii. hs an accoiu im-uimen 1 io llie voice. I have never met their equal.5' D ICvssrxi. They have ;di the requirements for a superior in- I Trei anon oi ooi.i cias-ioai ana iiioueru compositions. iii r,uKwi. ii ai-t ryoui, -121 liraome St. a tew doors East of Kroadway, au Vork. SATISFACTOKY G L"Aii AXTEE GIVEX-S: liet i i "ti;) vlv is.,-r .S-Jt '',IIE subscriher is now receiving a large aad well JL selected stock of G'MI)S. consist ing of. Gi;oCi:iiIi, HAPiDWAKi: AXJ) CUTLERY 2;Ai.cLC AND ILOPi-:, SADDLEliY, oca, roiJKIGX AND DOMESr TIC IACjLIUP.S. ! and many otiier aiiclcs, which he offers low for Cash. j or on sii iir TiMt: io prompt paying cu-.tomers. All kinds of Country Produce taken iu exchange for Goods. Sheetings and Cotton Yarns an hand at all times, at Manufacturers" prices. A'l ncr.-onr ire respocti'uliv staui of J. & T, s n vi to coll. at Ihe Hay st. .-auoni. M)!iln siue a.. r. jicii JvNlu. I Fayettevi.le. N. G,, Oct'r 13, ISO) tf CUMBERLAND COUTNY LAND FOR rnilE Subsrriber oilers tor sale a tract of Land con 1 tainiag 166 acres, or there about. It is situated on the East side of Cape Fear river, adjoining the land of Messrs. McUaniel and Williamson, aad is under an excellent state of cultivation. It has excellent roau and water privileges. Unless the abov Farm is disposed of at private sale before the 3rd of December, it will be put up to the highest bidder upon that day, at the Market House. E. A. 3Ic.MIL.LAN. November 17. 18C0 tf. X3,:rg?,a3L offeredL- OOO AOiiES ot 1..AND. well watered,, has a fine Meadow : a neat Painted House, and all other n cessary out-houses ; in a neighborhood o! the best Goldston, Chatham ; Mr Geo Davis, Fayetteville. We will sell a bargain in the above, simjdv because we do not need it. WM CARTER & SONS. Goldston P O Chatham Co., X C Nov 10. 4t A CARD. A Word To My Old Friends. 'IftllOSE persons for whom 1 have been attending to t2L liankiii"; busiuness for years : I am still willing to serve you with the sauu; promptness that I have al ways done : aud to others that may want discounts. Pension business. 5lo., Ac. 1 oiler my services, witb a promise of strict attentiou JAS. G. COOK. June 27, 1553. tf FRESH ARRIVAL. .J. W. LKTT HAS iustroeeived a large and general STOCK of' Goods suited to the FALL & WINTER trade, consisting of a choice selection of Staple and Pauey IJllV GOODS. Bouts and Shoes, withaluioste very thin fedesirablein that line. . Prime Familv Groceries always to be had IT LETT'S. Goodsiold at the lowest prices for CASH, or ex hanged or country produce. ' Airjas 27, 1859. ly B. F. rKAUCE, WITU A .X. 3 1 c DO X A 1. 1, Commission Merchant and Produc Dealer, AND DEALFIl IN GROCEillES, I'RflTlSIONS, IIARLW'AKE, Cutlery, Doots, Shoes and Leather, Dagging, Pope. saddlery, Ac. .ve. Sheetings and Yarns at Manufacturers" prices. $SS Strict attention pai.i to oriliM s.-ti South Side Hay street, Fayetteville. N. C, Oct'r lo. tf. : i J ) FISON'S traveling North can he accommodated with permanent or transient Hoarding -at 31US. i:. itli-H'I1S. No. HUa, Arch Street. l'hihulvlphia. Aug. 25th, 1860. tut. yJ7T We can recommend the above hou'-eto Smith cru gentleuien. .f. S. KOVL.NL. JoIIX PL'liCLLL. "WN-INT TED .4 LARoB Qu AN A. Rags for which fa LARfrB QUANT IT 1" of Cotton and I in nr prices paid. .DAVID .Mlia'lti. Anp-O'dli. dtf DENTAL NOTR'SO. X SCOTT may be seen regularly at his Office on 1 Vi Person street, two doors east of the Maikei. durina the hours of from S A. -M . to 1 1'. M .: - P. .M to ti P. M. Xovemiier -24th, 18i:o tf. "state1f iniralium'.i, miHLiu.tyi) TL7 feci'KKioit CouttT ok L.v-.v. Fai.i. Tki:m. Isfo. I His Honor, It. H. FUFN'CII J ml ire IV' siii i u g. - j f T IS Oi:ll-:UI-:i. Thvt ,t Special T.o-m of the Kn i X .iv'rior Court of Law and l-uni; v. of the C.iiiiitv ! ot Cumberland, be held on lite 1st Monday ol 1-Vbn,:.-i ry, A. D.. tsi;l, and that pub! cation ihere-if be made I in the several newspapers :ibl.shed in the town ol r i ' ? i'-v 1 1 1 1 ca-C. ai! e u. .Jurors. Sjuti-r: ami itne. lUtelH'C. ses, in ci ii fTiie to ue a att From the minutes, J. ay. i;aki:u. cu.,i,, November 2Hh, 1800 tc. TrfiMUVATT' lSJ4 31 B &? WV 4.& sSS.i OAVl-i removed to their FW Till; I. K S'i'(!T;v IKON FttO.VT STOItlk X... .".o. I1AV S'MiLKT. and one door West of their old stand, where they are now uin.'ii I n ' ;i lar1 j STOCK OF GOODS IX Til EI It LINE, j Pocently bought in the Northern .Markets, together . wiih their own direct importations, niakinir one of ihe j ; most complete assomnents ever oiiered to t lie whob- j fa le trade by them. The attention of .Merchants is i fa le trade by them, 'the attention of .Merchant respecuun y invited to the above Stock. J. 15. STAiiii, J. AI. Williams. Sei.tenibi r 1. I SCO. tf O. S. UAIUtKK. O. C. IIAIUIKK, Noticcto tlie Tmvcliii Public. WK AliE ruiitiiug a daily lineoftwo Horse Coach i es from Fayetteville to Raleigh. Connecting with the lialeigh and Gaston andXorth Carolina! liailroads Leaving the latter place at 5 o'clock P M., j and Fayetteville at 3 o'clock, 1. M.. and, two o'clock I P. M. u very Sunday, Through iu 12 boni s. I Passengers will have th-i opportunity of getting j supper at Airs. Barclay's Tnis Stage line is superior I to any two horse line i ithe State; New Coaclics, .linrd j inside for the coinlort jf the passengers. I C. S. LAIiUEE. & BKO. Pkoi-'k- I Barclaysville, N. C .one in, ktf NORTH CAROLINA win tj: suj.i'iiuii spu ixfis. L AVILL BE OPEN for vii-itorsthe 1st ol :miTM J,ine- They are situated near the present 8"! terminus ol the Western X. C, Pail Poa.l. uuc an uua.a Ai.l.'; supeilOl J Ul 111 IJU SCS aau Mm The Proprietor has procured the services of T HOMPSON T V L lu ll as Manager, whose experience at the various fashiona ble watering places ot Virginia, added to his command ing- appearance mid yentleinaiily bearing, insures good order and good fare. The very btt P. ACT, KOOM LEAPF.Il and BLACK BAND of MUSICIAXS that the city of Richmond, Virginia affords, have been procured. Hiding Vehicles aud Horses, BiLLIAill) S 1L00.VS and CDWU.VG .itLKl'S, are at the comrmmd o' visitors. The country is elevated and health v : tlie scencrv ' OGa'itiiul a!Rl roads most excellent, anil the pleasure j;il..lllias t.lCUMC. There is no v.-.itnr bettor than that afforded bv the .North Carolina Will M-i SU 1111 IJ. fv v . i it . - ... . , - , - , I i ue p.ttronageol tne Carol.nas is confidently relied onto repay the , r jprtetor for the expensive o tlay he lias made to lit ho a watering place suited C their wants. Aud he promises that no pains shall be spared by himself or his gentlemanly assistant, to render all who may visit turn, pleasant and comfortable. H. ROB A IS OS, PKOPRIKTOI'w May, 11th, 'SCO tf. ? W m'lnclrctcs. HAS OX IIAXI) A CEVKPAL ASSORT.M FX I Or' Tin Plate. Sheet Iron, Iron H are, Sheet Lrj.d, Lead Pipe, Ziui froii-uire CSotli of a-?yrtf d uiiiu bin, PI tips. &t., kc ALSO A general assortment of ; of his own luanfacture, at wholesale and retail Alarket square, b aycttev lilc, Sept. 15. 4m 1MOTICE. Having recently purchased the G-OOBS. Oo'tucii a; "McKethan. T n o ' v . i; g on Hi.- ' '" mercantile busine ai. Councips pipU" i LVyV II. Aug 10, 1S59. j-tf Scrofula, or Kmfs Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tho . olood, by which this lluid become vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the i u cuhuiou, it pervades the whole body, and mav hurst out in di-eave on any part of it. No oran i- free fro: u its attack-, nor i.- there one vhith it mnr not destiny. The seiofuiou, tftiat C variously C-au-ed by mercurial di-ea.-, low l.ving. dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, til'h and lihhy jiy;,it,, t;;t depressing vices, and, aoovc nil, by the vener- nl inf cTiou What ever be its origin, tt is hercdifarv iu the con stitution, descending "from parents to ebildrcu unto the third and four; h generation ; " .,-d, it seems to be th,; rod of l'iai v.lm siv- f vwu visit the liuquiues ot do fathers their children." Ul.Oll Its effects commence: by depo i"ion from th blood of corrupt or uicci'ou-'matter, wliiel,, j,i tho lungs, liver, and itit-rnal organ-, is teiiaed tubercles; in the glands -sweiiiin-s ; and on the surface, eruption s or sores. 1 his foul cor ruption, which ciid. rs in the blood, deproso- the energies of life, ;o that scrofulous comti-u-tions not only fuif.r hum icrofulous con), plauits:, but tney have far Lss power to with, stand the attacks of other disease?; conse quently va.t numbers perish by dLoi ,le:n which, although not scrofaloiis in their r.ntiire, ae still rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most of the consumption which de cimates the human f ihiily has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; ami iw uiy destruenvo dise.is.-s of the liver, kidney, bi.i.n. and, indeed, of nil the organs, ariv.. I'mm u are aggravated by the Manic can". One qunrter of all our people ar scrofulo-ds ; their persons are invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health i undertnincd bv it. To cleanse it from tho ssttem we must roiov.i ti the blood by nn alterative medicine, and in. vigorate it by lienltl-.y food aal cxcrcUc. Such a medicine we supply hi AYE ITS CcmpoiHNl Extract of SnrsapariMa, the most r-ffectnal remedy which the medical skill of our times can devise for this every where preveiling nnd fatal malady. It is ( bhwd from the most active remedial that l av j been discovered for tin; o tpurg itior. of this foul di -order frorri the blood, and the rescue of tho system from it destructive con-equenee.-.. Hence it should be employed for the cure of not only Scrofula, but also those other afr-c. tions which ari-e from it, such as 1 u l or t v i: cind Skin Dtsknsvs, St. Anthony's P:uk, lloSK. Or ll!5YSI1'KI.S, PlMl't r.s, Pl sl l Ks, III otciii s. lliaiNSiiiiil P.oii.--., Ti v.oe.s. I rTrur". and Salt Hnrr:.:, Scai o i Ir P : m. w out!, Pn lev a ri.-M, Svi'ii i i.iTic and M t it i a : ai. in -.-l.A-es, DkOCSV, I i h sl-Kl'.-l a, i ' I 11 ! i.i i y , ii:ul, il.d.-ed, ATA. CoiilU.iVlNTS .Mil! ll.i'H Vll : ii i) ok T.vrcif l;i.om. 'ihe ji ,pidu." I.i!fi in -ifW-,:fy vf fj.c buioti ' i fijuiid,.! .1. tii;-li. f a d grlicl'a' ion o particular purpo.-e and virtue .f th.i St;r-.i..-rilla is to purify and regenerate il.h; vi'ai tbr.d, ithout w hich sound ln.alth is Li.pjr,stbij wi con'amuiated constitutions. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FCR ALL TIIE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO, are so comiJio-'tI th.it d:e:i-- with-u the r.. ,!.- i-f tie ii sictioa can ii.a lv willetiui or ev.i,:, t:.-m t'fieir pcjietr.it nig pt j erta s M'..rrli, ai,6 .!.-..:. s,c, and invietiratr e' erv portion of ttie '.iiuu.m. istu. correcting its (ii.-cnscil ai iii.n. .- a . u ' lis Leajihy vitaiities,. A a .oii-ei.i,, h. i . ! . pri.jierties, the in :.l:d win. is . laic or esie:il - i C t is .:-;, . , !,f ail ii or .. in-? ijy l'esl.ji ed by a r.re. -j fcer.'e naif i'lVi.i-.i-. Not oniv ii', they cure the pvnv. ' : fif eirv lefls, fi't ;-'..o ir.s.i i:i ie.1 c: c.iis :ii.-e:ises. 'i he at;. - ' ! . . ' -.-i-t-ti to fuMii-.ii sjrMi-n.y Ae ( i: 1 a; . : ; c i r: .!i - 'j I e - -, I 1 1 i-i i i i. : .- . , . . - . : . , ' i f.ii lie i: 'ee ill tl"- !'o':,;v. :. i ee , . H i..-. li ii'. il.-iii ii, J h mlii' In i f ... i.' I n.ii il , . ., - itiiii'ii li , A'.oV'O I i.i' i .i -uti . I il.'. .Hi r'; ...r;- linn iiiin i I' ,' C"-. - . i t 'l '! . l.o ' I ii - tir, .1 i i-in.'icr, and i.. her l.n.i.o i i.-...- el-, i'ns.ut; fi',,'11 a luw tt.,li ol Uie Ch.v .i ui ..u :.i i ,ou of its l'um-ioii'j. Ch flVT1 s-. f- I. ij C' X 1.1 row n:i; It A i in ci i.K Consjlir;, Colds, InHue.-ir.:t, I : : f - t'lotni. i)i)iicliU:,s, Iiicij.iCHt 1 i iiL- tiiu, .'u tiic lelict of l eic i.. j. tii o I-.ai-iiU ;i. a:!-, .-.need ln;ci. ol hu ti isc:isc l-o u:c is ttir in i.i tit its re'i. .ec-s row i:n:-.ii'. Mi- tl.e ci. es a" il- inr l',..t .,!Y M el III! (if Ctii!.'VV :i)'l.!.ll il'i ' T' a!n-- t lev ti in ;i;.u i veil lie. Vi, -.tin T 111. e ii, lei .1, I e.-,' e-. .1 t, (l'-.e;t..e: , 1 I'll 'ir.- e vmi ai.'i i-i p.! '.!' i.' Ion '.- r he f e He l.i '. - i ; 1 Cl.ilitl'i ;:u iiieiinrv nr;nii that :,, e iieeiv n.i'eri t i ci ,n. ,i. ii in ; v h: '. e i i he, i..iv I , .- -. -. l.M 1 :.e r :ii, thev , i ;i.:e' . i f 'li , . I- ..i i. ,i .a,, i be In. ii,-.!eii. riM'.P. I i II .it ta i ..rili. : I'l'iM: il-'l III 'II ' "' 1 S ' ' I , ! . i ' . -. :v .1, co:if, ii.::' . ;1 . i i,.- r ( 'i : ei , ., ne. ; r... ; ni.d too reiiLtrkaOib to r.n l'.V L O Vv l i 1. L . M ASS.. Ami for Sale by B. J. IlMisdale .t Co., and J. X. Smith, Fayetteville fenry McCin. Wi !mi n- ton, M . A. .t C. A. Snton Norfolk, Williams & Haywood, Raleigh, uud by al Jru.ifgisls. d-i-w-ly JEL. 'J3L JSL-4 9 CO HI IL n SMITH I S .VOW receiving ut the FAYEfTEVILLE HAT STOPPj. Xo. 3 li. een street, his Fall Stuck .num. I prising alt the latest styles of Silk. Cassamere. Fur and Wool Hats, Velvet, Flush. Cloth ami seuinlesi ; Caps, also a good assortment ol Umhrellus. j The att -ntioii ol the trade and pot.Iic generally, ia invited to this Flock, comprising, as i t does, one of the j largest and best assortment of articles iu this hno ever ollercd in I ayelteviile. - A LARfiE a sorttnjtit of Wool Hats, fof servants always on hand. Fajetteville, N. C, Nov. 24 2m, CO, For salo, rI",IIE Subscriber wishing to change his business, of JL fe-s for Sale, his farm, situated on the west sid' of Cape Fear Hirer, about two miles North of Fayette, vide. There are -about 20O acres of Land, about fifty f ..-I.I..1. I .. 1 3 1 1! Tl. ...... : . ..1.....T oi v in e ,1 is eiea: eu uuu in on uocs 11 e 11. i n;re ia n...,n ; 15ny acres of rich Swamp Land, which it is said bv p,.i.,n,. c.l!niJ,r;,(.nt , ,dge. will brin- li.'tv bu.-l,eN Goru to the acre ; this Swamp has just been throughly drained, and about five acres cleared and ready lor Corn. There is aiso about acres of as line mi adow as can be found in Ihe country. There is a choice cob lection of fruit trees, all ol the best. There nre t u o 1 ;w ell ings and all tiect ssai y out Houses, and two Spring's of line water near bv. I will ido dispose of my Stock. Crop, and farming implements. To any one disposed to raise Yegattihles lor Market. Thi-is.a rare ch-uicc, a.- every article raised on a farm can ho readily sold for Cash". There is an abundance of wood on ihe Laud, which will meet with ' ready sales the year round. Any person di-poi-ed to ourchase will tile ?m r-ull s.ion .. . .1 -ee it,., 1 -ni'l Nov 3 tf ' ISHA.M IH.AKL LARGK SECOND WE AliE NOW RECEIVING- AND OPENING THIi LARGEST SECOND OF "TrE nave ever onereu io our cusioiuei-j. . ..inui imh;; V li i fit" ariicles if-uallv kept b us. all of uhich we are disposed io o icr on af-cnu-iiiouaiiiiji n-i u:. i i ..".. ,.!, .mors ami all wholesale ptircha-crs. PI- nsu jcall and examine our stock. it. &. E. J.LTLL, ( let. C.lf T, 1" At i