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The South and our Liberties, to defend the forcer 7ill seenre the1 latter!
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1861.
f Whole Number 126a
Volume XXII, No. 6
. fjp. J. SINCLAIR,
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I r W. S. torment,
-ATT RNEY akd COUNCELLOR at LAW
L if M BERTON, N. C.
WIL J .attend the County and Superior
Cour t of Robeson, Cumberland, Bliden and
Colui Imus. All business entrusted to his
care, will receive prompt attention. Offico
in th Court House.
fClemcitt CJ. Wright,
; ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IF ETTEVILLE, IN". C
"VIL ;ractice in the comities of Bladen
Samjiun and Cumberland. Prompt atten
tion ?Vten to all business committed to his
charl (apr 2 1858).
; Duncan J. Devanr,
.ATT JRNEY and COUNCELLOR at LAW,
fLINTON, N. C,
WIL.uraetiee in the County and Superior
Courr; !,i Bladen, Cumberland, and Samp
son, : Y3the adjoining Counties.- Office near
the ifnton Hotel.
JF 4 10-1860. tf.
IV. A. 9IcIean,
ATTORNEY AT ' LAW
liUMBERTON, N. C
5 Collections promptly attended- to.
A ; 21, 1 860-1 y
' 1 JI. J. 31cluflle,
A.T1 JRNEY and COUNCELLOR at LAW,
FAYETTEVILLE, INT. C
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CAHTHAGli!, K. C,
- A I business entrusted to his care will re
ceiv prompt attention.
Miroh 2, 1800-1 y.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. OTice west end of the Insurance building,
. 1 , .
JAS. M. RICARDS.
Attorneys at Law.
; PITTSBUKG, lV.l
OMMISSION MERCHANTS, &C
I A. W. FIJIil-BR,
piO. 2 NORTH WALTER STREET,
fw AViLiNiiGr' roc,isr.c
Particular attention given to the sale
ot'Ootton, Naval Stores, aud produce gene-
-Tdcrs for Bagging and Rope, Guano, Sslt.
M aase9, Sugar, Colte, Corn, Bacon, 1'oik,
Ch we, Rice, Fish and other Groceries, e.Ve
c a jd at the lowest Cash prices.
ea. 15, ;60. tf.
F JRVARDING & COMMISSION
j WILMINGTON, N. C.
T itlLL give prompt anil personal attention
Mf. to all Consignments of Spirits Tur
ptltlne, Rosin, Turpentine, and all country
pi dace for sal.
QOFFIG E up stair? over the Store of Mr
Y nglahn and joining Lutteiloh's wharf.
N rtb Waterstreet.
ane 18, 1859. tf
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION
1 1ST SIDE OF GILLESPIE STREET,
. FAYE TTEVILLE, N. C.
B. F. FEARCE,
: a. w. Mcdonald,
, 0O3CHISSION MERCHANT AND PRODCCE DEALER,
AND DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware,
Ctlery, Boots, Shoes and Leather, Bagging
f ?' Rope Sadlerv, &c. Ac.
Saeetings and 1 arns at Manufacturers" prices.
2fir fetrict attention paid to orders.
uth Side Hay street, Fayetteville, N. C, .
U)ber 13, 160. tf.
O. S. DASCEY'j ISO. H. HYM AN, ( F. M. HTM AS,
Late of Tar- I Late of Scotland 1 Late of War
boro', N. C.J Xeck, X. C. renton, N.C.
A3iCEY, HIMM & CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
124 PEARL STREET, NEW YOLK.
THIS House will be conducted by JOHX S.
DANCEY, aided by R. HYMAtf.
n 'WA3f, DANCEY A. CO,,
. NORFOLK, VA.,
THIS House will be conducted by; JX0UEL-HY
MAN and F. U. nYMAS". "
JS Particular attention given in both Houses,
to the sale of Cotton, Corn, v heat, Naval Stores,
ic. (Sept 15 tf)
WILL give quick dispatch to goods consigned to
him. Particular attention given to all produce
sent him for sale. Consignments of Naval Stores
for sale or shipment, solicited.
June 1, 1859.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
CORN afloat and in Store ;
North Carolina and Western Smoked
Eastern and North River Hay ;
Oats, Feed and Tor Seed ;
Pine and Oak bbls. Mullets and Blue Fish;
i; half oils. 44 " " i
Nova Scotia Heniug in bbls. and half
Mess and Rump Pork ;
North Carolina Super and Family Flour;
Planting aud Easing Potatoes ;
Cow Peas aud White Beans ;
Sugar, Molasses and Coffee ;
Soap, Candles and Starch ,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco ;
Glue, Spirit Casks and Nails :
Hoop Iron and Rivets ;
Baggirg and Rope ;
Feed Cutters, Ac.
At wholesale rates. Apply t
J T PETTKWAY & CO.
Wilmington, N C March 9 "2mos.
JVO VEL TIBS FOR THIS
HAVE received in part, (and daily ex
pect the (balance, a complete and care
fully selected -stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry GooJs,
HZil'tZn'ttCtn-g ' ttv, n. t?T erttl rrfimv ifrrt'T'T te
blc Styles ft he season. Among which may
Rithe Broche Silk ; Silk Tissues and Gren
adine ; Poplins, Plain and Broche; French
Organdies ; Plain and Piinted Bereges ;
Berge Anglaise ; Plain and Emb'd Mozam
biques ; Silk Fig'd Brocades ; Challies, Prin
ted, Plain and Emb'd. Together with every
other kind of Dress Goods known. For all -of
which, we can furnish suitable
at Nos, 4( and 48 Hay st.i West end Fay.
Hotel Building. '
Silk Lace Points and silk Mantles ; Linen,
Lavella and Cloth Dusters, Zouazcs and
Arabs, silk Lace Arabs, Talmas, and Sultan
as; silk Garibaldies. Also, 8-4 Bcrage and
other gwods for making Dusters. Zouaves, &c.
A few vcrv handsome Emb'd Grenadine,
Shawletts, at HUSKE & ANDERSON.
We also offer for sale to the Ladies and
Milliners a large assortment of Ladies and Mis
ses' BONNETS and Hats, with a great variety
of Frcnchj'FlowcrV. " II & A.
We to call particular attention to our as
sortment of French, English and American
Cloths and Cnssimeres, for Gentleuienand a
large supply of Goods for Boys.
II & J.
In our Gentlemen's Furnishing Room may
be found a large supply of
as well as every other article of Gentlemen's
apparel, from a Fashionable Moleskin Hat
at $5, or a straw do. at 20 ct?., to a pair half
Hose at 12A cts to 65 cts. a pair. SUITS
made to order at short notice.
H & A.
We earnestly request those in need of
Goods to call and examine our stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as We flatter oursel
ves that we can offer
in the way of CI7E.AP GOODS.
The above stock will be sold at retail on
time to responsible parties, or 5 per cent. -off
for cash forbills of 25 and upwards.
HUSKE & ANDERSON.
Nos 4G and 48 Wet end Fay. Hotel Buitd-
HAS Just received a laree a.d general
STOCK of Goods suited to the
SPRING AND SUMMER
trade, consisting of
Staple uh1 Fancy Dry Goods.
BOOTS JSc STiOES, with almost everything
desirable in that line.
Prime Family Groceries alwajs to be had
Goods sold at the lowest prices for Cash, or
exchange for country produce.
Aug -7 '59. ly
ENCOFRJGE B0ME:IHBUSJ'Ejr! J
Merchant Tailoring, and CSotfcinr
THE subscriber very respect fall icformM
bis friends and tbe public general! tfci he
will from this day, have all bis ClotS 'rx ms
factured in his House, under the nervIo.n
of gome of the best and most sklUfn Mechan
ics, and every Garment will be I Srraated.
Every article of Clotbjng made to K-ftiare ea
the shortest notice, and a perfect fifcfcrsrevL'
A fine and choice assortment of. jCLCTF'
lwys oarltandr"',- .-
All those wishing to make a genteel appear
ance in a nice and snbstantial Ilome-Madesuit
of Cloth will please call on
No 16. Hay st., Fayctteville.
ON the 15th inst., 1 shall want Twenty-five
experienced hands to make Pantaloons and
Vests. Constant employment and liberal
wag s will be given to good hands ; none other
need apply. GEO BRANDT.
Dec aitt ti0.
STARR & WILLIAMS
HAVE received in part and expect in a few
days to have their entire stock of
1 l n n . . i
niijr mm onramer uooas
Store, to which they invite the attention
of Merchants generally. All those having
notes and accounts past due are earnestly re
quested to make payment without further
J. B. STAKK. J. M. WILLIAMS.
SPEING & SUMMER
I II AVE received and am this day receivin3
a very desirable stock of
Ei'BKACINO AIXTUE NEW STYLES OF
.Ladies Dress Goods, Shawls, Dusters,
Lace Points and Shawls, Laces and Eeinbroi
deries, Parasols' &c.J
Together icith a fall line of
Staple Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Hats
And in my Millinery Department may
be found every desirable Stock of all the latest
Itomnct, Mutx, iiimI Children's
4nooli Frenehand nmerican Flow
ers, UlIIIIOAM, ltl 4
All of the above Goods will be offered low
for cash or on time to those who have here
tofore been prompt.
aprU-4w ALEX. JOHNSON, Jr.
THE SUCSCRIBER is now receiving a
large and well selected stock ol Goods,
Groceries, Hardware, anil Cutlery,
Hagging and Rope, Saddlery,
fc, Foreign and Domes
and many other articles, -which he offers low
for, cash, or on shorl time to prompt paying
All kinds of Country Produce
change for Goods.
taken in ex-
Sheetings and Cotton Yarns n hand at all
times, at Manufacturers prices.
All persons are respectfully invited to give
Hie a call, at the old stand of J 8c T Waddill,
South side Hay st. A N McDOKALD.
April 20, tf
ON the 14th of March 18G1, my NEGRO
WOMAN .A -m y. lcit my house, or
the house of Mrs A McRae. Said Negro
Woman is dark com pi ec ted, and when spoken
to, has a smiling countenance.
I will pay a liberal reward for her recovery.
She was supposed to have been Stolen by A H
J GAL BREATH, and isnw, no dotlobt, lurking
around Alexander Galbreath'a, his father and
her former master, where all her jelatives are.
RMh23 ARCH'D PATER SON,
Montrose, N C.
I ALSO understand that there is a Note ont
against me, made paayable to J D CALD
WELL, for nine hundred Dollars, $900,00,
for which note I deny all payment, and I for
ewarn all persons from trading for said Note,
as I have never received Valve, nor did I ever
On Thursday-the 25th of April next, at the
Town ofLUlington. We the undersigned
Commissioners, by virtue of authority from
the county Court of Harnett, will proceedto
sell the lots in said Town. Terms 3, 6, 9
and 12 mos. credit.
C C BARBEE,
a s McNeill,
J P HODGES,
J S HARRINGTON, J
lOO BARRELS FRESH UNSLACKED
in prime order For Sale by
PEMBERTON & SLOAN.
March 12 tf
MUTUAL INSUR AJi C E COMPANY.
- ASSETTS 8254:618 69.
THIS Company has been in operation more
than Ax years, anl has paid it Fire losses,
amountmg to $M,SI.8T without any asset
meat ; inearsoee averaging Us members abent
1-3 per cent. - . .
Amount qt property now 'insured, $1,563,-
Amount premium.'' notes now on hand 2J7,
George McNeill, S T Hawley,
W N Tillinghast,
A A McKethan,
J D Williams,
Jas G Cook,
A W Steel,
Hon J G Shepherd.
R F Brown Wilnvgton.
H L Myrover,
S W Tinllinghaet,
N A Stedinan.
S J Hinsdale,
T S Lutterloh,
A E Hall Wihxiogton.
Georoe McNeill, President
D. A. Ray, vice "
C. A. McMillan, Sec'y.
J Collins and C C McCrummen, Traveling
"a-The company invite applications.
S BAR BEaas C C B AR BEE
METROPOUTAN LINE !
i m r si t i m s m ir ii mn a XT wy r txti 11 in r r
ARE running a daily line of two Horse
Coaches' from Fayetteville to Kaleicrh,
Connecting with the Raleigh and Oaston and
North Carolina Railroads. Leaving the latter
place at 5 o'clock P. M., and Fayetteville at 3
o'clock P. M., and two o'clock P. every Satur
a TTTwnrmw tv twei.Vb lmmiu
Passengers will have the opportunity of getting
n i.,.i TV. w, u.,..."l: r .
rior to any two horse line in the State ; new coaches
lined inside for the comfort of the passengers.
C. S. BARBEE BKO.,Ppopribtors.
(Dec. 19 tf) Barclaysville, N. C.
NEAREST AND QUICKEST
ROUTE TO THE RAILROAD.
FO UJt HORSE S TA G E LINE
KL ANSVILLE, VIA WiRSAW,
IS the shortestand most expeditious for travelers
going Ncrth or South. Leaving Fayetteville
every day at 2 o'cloci P. M. THROUGH IN TEN
Our Coaches are large and comfortable, drivers
sob?r and gentlemanly, our teams good and sure
of five miles an hour.
The traveling public who would study their com
fort and convenience will take the Warsaw stage.
jpS- THROUGH TICKETS TO WELDON may
be had at the Stage Office, Fayetteville.
April. 20, 18C1. tf.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WniSKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
FOR THE WHISKERS & HAIR,
The subscribers take pleasure in announcing
the citizens of the United States, that they have
obtained the agency for, and are now enabled to
offer to the American public, the above justly cel
ebrated and world renowned article. .
THE STIMULATING ONGUENT
s prepared by Dr. C. P. Bellingham, an eminent
physician of London, and is warranted to bring out
a tmcK set ot
WHISKERS or a MI STK IIK
in from three to six weeks. This article is the
only one of the kind used by the French in London
and Paris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimu
lating compound aating as it oy magic upon tne
roots causing a beautiful growth of luxnrant hair.
If applied to the scalp, it will care baldness, and
cause to spring up in place of the bald spots a
fine growth of new hair. Applied according to
directions, it will turn bed or towy hair dark, and
restore gray hair to its orginal color leaving itsbft
smooth, and flexible. TWtlngiiont" mi luAim
pensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week s use they would not tor any con
sideration be without it.
The subscribers aje the only Agents for the
article in the United States, to viom all orders must
PRICE ONE DOLLAR A BOX.
for sale bv all Ducreists and dealers : or a box of
the "Onguent" (warranted to have the desired
effect) will be sent to any who desire it, by mail
( direet seeurelv packed", on receipt of price and
postage, $1.18. Apply toor addres.
IL L. HEGMAN A Co.
24 William Street, New York
Feb. 24. 6m, pd.
Wy SCOTT expecting to be absent from Fav
JtV" etteville for a while, Dr. Benbow will be
in his Office to attend to all calls that may be made
professionally. Also to receive any fund that
mar be due.
Office on Person St., two doors east of the Mar
ket. (Jan. 21, 1861. tf.)
my old Fricada.
A word to
FflHOSE persona for whom I have been attending
to Bankine business for years : 1 am still
ling to serve you with tha same promptness that
I have always done ; and to others that may want
discounts, Pension business, Ac, Ac. I may offer
my services, with a promise of strict attention.
June 27, 1869. tf J G COOK.
The North Carolikiah is oklt $1 50 cts.,
per annum to clubs of five and ten.
Havejusl received in 'Store the1 v ,
folfotcing Goods, which tAy are
willing to sell on reasonable terme,
40 Bbls. SUGARS, assorted grades. -:
40 Bags COFFEE, Rio, Lag. and Java.
40 Bbls. FISH, Mullet and Mackerel.
SO Bocs Candles . Adman'e, Sperm and J
-i - Tallow. - '
20 do. - Soaps.-
10- do. Starch. - ; 1
la IIharprrmcTleT-orp MQLASSE& "
100 Seamless Sacks Salt. ,
750 Bags prime White CORN.
3000 lbs. North Carolina BACON.
150 bales Prime HAY.
250 bags No 1 Peruvian GtANO.
200 casks LIME, in prime order.
100 kegs NAILS.
5 tons HOOP IRON.
In addition to our General stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Which we arc selling at low prices.
Consignments of Country Produce rereived
and returns promptly made.
Fayetteville, N C April G 1801 St
PEMBERTON & SLOAN.
BY VIRTUE of a Deed of trust executed
to me on the 23rd ult I offer for sale at Cost
the entiro stock of Goods, in tho two Stores,
occupied by the late firm of ERRANT &
WILSON, in the town of Lumbcrton. The
Stoek consists of
Dry Goods, Heady -made C lot f ting t
Crockery Hardware and Liquors
Lumbcrton, April, C-3t
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Errant 6c Wilson, by note or account, are
hereby notified to immediately pay up, else
the claims will be put iu the officers bands.
apr6-3t NA McLEAN,
are now opeuiug a Lrrge jinU Handsome
E AXIS PA UGH
Boots, and Shoes. Bonnet?, Hats, Ready
Made-Clothings Ac, to which they invite the
attention of Cath and prompt paying pur
chasers. Those Superior " CROSS CREEK " Yarns
always on band at Factory prices.
March SO-iw 11 & E J LILLY.
ALL PERSONS indebted to me will please
call and SETTLE, as I am now waiting
tor that business alone, and cannot, afford to
keep an office and wait long. Those that do.
not pay soon will find THEIR CLAIMS in
train for collection, as I intend going West.
E. F. MOORE,
Town papers copy.
March 30, 18GL tf.
Ale ! Ale .'! Ale HI
The subscriber is in weekly
receipt of the best Phila
delphia Ale, direct from
the Breweries. And alto.
of the choiciest article of
which I will dispose of to the Wholesale trade
upon the mo-t reasonable terms. Everybody
who Las tasted this excellent beverage baa
pronounced it Superiir It is daily served out
to customers by the glass. As I keep no Spir
ituous Liquors, I look to the C.ty Gentlemen,
who wish a nice cooling draught, for tLeir pat
ronagj. F LANDER,
No 3, Green Street, Fayetteville, N C,
30 tf Obscopy,
THE" undersigned expect to have in Stora
about the 1st to the 3d of April, their usual
and will be disposed to sell at short profit
for Cash or on the usual credit for prompt
They invite a call from buyers generally
apro tf GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
ckm urn JL.
FOR SALE in Barrels and half Bbls by
aprC-tf GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
YELLOW PLANTING POTATOES for
sale by apr-tf
GEO W WILLIAMS & CO.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
mnE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exutin
I between G W I GOLDSTON. and CHAS.
tiOLDSTON, under thg name and style of Goldatoa
A Bro., hazing been dissolved by mutual consent ;
and Charles C Goldton having purchased the en
tire interest of O W I Goldston, in the Stock of
Goods, Wares, and Merchandise belonging to said
Firm. The busiae will be conducted in the fu
ture by C C Goldston. G W I GOLDSTON.
Feb 2 tf C C GOLDSTON.
A LARGE QUANTITY of Cotton and
linen Rags for which lair prices paid. v-.
August. 9 1859. t