Fayetteville Observer, December 20, 1859

Myrtle Bridges      January 01, 2010

Advertisement: We (C.S. Barbee & C.C. Barbee) are running a daily line of two horse coaches between Fayetteville 
and Raleigh, N.C., connecting with the Raleigh and Gaston and NC Railroad at Raleigh. 

Best two horse line of mail coaches in the State. New coaches thoroughly lined. Young, strong, and well-broke horses, 
with careful and accommodating drivers. 

Supper at Mrs. Barclay's. 

Through in twelve hours. 

Office at Fayetteville Hotel, Fayetteville, N.C. Tickets sold to Weldon. 
Office at Yarborough House, Raleigh, N.C. Leave the latter place 5 1/2 o'clock P.M. Leave Fayetteville 
3 o'clock P.M., and 2 o'clock P.M., Sundays. 

Extra baggage must be pre-paid, to have attention.  C.S. Barbee & Bro., Proprietors.

August 20, 1862 Issue Weekly Standard
Died at Barclaysville, Harnett County, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Mildred Barclay, aged 84 years. 
Mrs. Barclay's house was for more than forty years the welcome resting place of the weary traveler. 
She was truly an excellent woman. There are thousands who remember her kind attention to their wants, 
and her unwearied efforts to render their sojourn with her pleasant and agreeable. She was one of the 
best neighbors. She has descended to the grave full of years, regretted and mourned by her family and 
many friends. The writer of this is not informed as to her spiritual condition during the illness that 
preceded her death; but it may be safely concluded that such a woman lived with reference to the great 
change that awaits us all, and that she had made the needful preparation for her departure.

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