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BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
For sale by
Nov. 10, 1811.
For sale by
Nov. 10, 1-84 1 .
For sale by
Nov. 10, 184 1.
BBLS. TRIM'D HERRINGS
10 Bbls. Roe do.
j0 Half Barrels Shad.
10 Barrels Mullet.
FRUIT. SjYUFF. TOBACCO
TT7- EPT constantly on hand at the Store of the
Soft and hard shell Almonds,
Brazil and Madeira JVuts, Filberts,
liaisons, Prunes, Citron, Crackers,
Mace, Jsutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon,
Macaboy and Scotch Snuff,
Smoking and Cheicing Tobacco; Mustard.
ALSO, a pood assortment of STUART'S CEL
EBRATED steam it efinei candy.
October 16, 1841 13S-tf
, ; For Sale.
Apply at this Office.
Sept. 25, 1841.
Volume 3. Number 147
NEW GOODS AND CHEAP.
r n ihifc, subscriber has received his fall and winter
STOCK OF GOODS, embracin
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Fur and Wool Hats, Seletle and Seal-sfon
Caps, Blankets, Shoes, Hardware and
Cutlery, Crockery and Glass icare,
cut and wrought JVails,
Swedes and English Iron, assorted,
Trace Chains, Hollow ware, y-c. $ c. &c.
Together with a grood assortment of
AH cf which will be sold low for CASH, or ex
changed for COUNTRY PRODUCE. "Please
give me a call before you buy.
CANNON C A IS ON,
Hay street nearly opposite the Hotel.
Sept. 10, 1841. 133-Gm.
Saddle, Trunk, and Harness Maker.
TAKES this method of informing his friends
and customers, in town and country, that he
3.3 moved back to his OLD STAND, on Hay
btreet, one door below James Baker's Hardware
Store, where he may be found at all times, prepared
to do any work in his line on the most reasonable
KEPAIRING promptly attended to and thank
lie keeps constantly on hand an assortment of
MEWS' J1JVD LADIES' SADDLES.
ALSO Harness of all kinds, Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Trunks, and every article in his line of
He xould take this opportunity of returning his
hanks to those who have patronized him; and hopes
by punctuality to business, and moderate charges
to continue to merit their patronase.
Sept. 4, 1841. 132-tf.
Obsorvcr will copy till forbid. ,
TTTT AS iust received a Fresh and General Supply
lDI of the following articles, which he offers low
for Cash, viz:
Srtft shell Almonds, new crop Bunch Raisins,
pa!m Nuts and Filberts, Butter Crackers, Starch
Barley and Cheese, Scotch Herrings, Race Ginger
and Citron, Cassia and Nutmegs, Currants and
Seidletz Powders, Alum and Saltpetre, Spanish and
rrr.tnrr.on Cigars. Maccobov Snuff", Scotch do. in
bottles, Hair'Powdcr and Gum Camphor, Windsor
and common Soap, Rose andCoIosne Water, Ui
fT mnn inrl Ppnnprmint. Oil of Cinnamon and
Essence of Peppermint, British Oil, Opodeldoc, &c,
l,rri nsanrtmpnt of CORDIALS, Pet and
MarlniraVINES.COGNIAC BRANDY, JAMAI
CA RUM. HOLLAND GIN. A general assort
ment of TOYS, &c &c.
AT n Pnnntrff Merchants and others wishing
fpr-rionnrifis. whether by wholesale
or retail, will find it to their advantage to call. J he
wholesale price of Candies is 28 cents per lb. re
tail price 3a cents per id.
Fayetteville, Nov. 13, 1840-
Tl CP AhfUdh PRINCIPE AND HA-
J4?9IVHJJhV VANA SEGARS,agood ar
ticle for retail, received and for sale aJgf
October 16, 1841. I38tf
WOULD respect fully in
form his frien Js and
the Public generally, that he
stili continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
TORY, at his old Stand,
' on Gillespie street, a few
doors South of the Market House.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
October 2, 1841. l36-6m.
THE SUBSCRIBER, Offers for
ale, at the Store lately occupied by Messrs Benbow,
Jriay &treet, a variety ot
ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN
COLOGNE and FLORIDA WATER, BEAR'S
GREASE and OIL, ANTIQUE OIL, POM A
TUM, CIRCASSIAN and COLD CREAM, OX
MARK OW. PRESTON SALTS, EXTRACTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
CLOin, TOOTH, and FLESH BRUSHES:
POWPER PUFFS and BOXES; RAZORS; PEN
and POCKET KNIVES; SCISSORS; SHELL
SIDE, DRESSING and TOCKET
Sted Tens; Pocket Books; Bnckirammon Boards;
Die- Boxes, Battledonrs and Birds, Gentlemen's
Dr sinir Cns s; Hooks and Eves; Fishing Lines
and Hook: Percussion C;ips, (ribbed and p'ain:)
Matches; Snuff and Tobacco Boxes; Plated Corks,
for decanters; Maibles; SIat s and Pencils; v afc rs;
Note - Paper; Sun Olasses; 1 eetlnng Kings; K
Hem'i!iiiof & foil's dri led eyed leeiies; silver
Thimbles; Silver Ever-pointed Pencils; Black snaps;
Glass Inks'.ands and Ink; Q.ui!Is, &.C. &c.
A ood assortment of
VIOJJiNS, FLUTES, AND FIFES,
Violin Bows, Strings, Bridges, and Screws;
Clarionelt Heeds; Tuning Forks, and
All of which will be sold cheap for CASH.
October 16, 1841. 138 If-
For the Congressional Globe and Appendix.
1 hese works have now been published bv us for
ten consecutive sessions of Congress, commencing
with the session of 1832-3. They have had such
wide circulation, and have been no nniVorSllv .r..
proved and sought after by the public, that we deem
u necessary oniy in tnis prospectus to Say that they
wdl be continued at the next session of Con-ress,
and to state, succinctly, their Cfififrrite trip firm
VjlHE Subscrilers are now receiving by the lae
II arrivals from the North, their FALL AN D
WINTER SUPPLY OF MERCHANDIZE, con
sisting of a large and general assortment of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, and Um
brellas, Foolscap and J setter Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, &c. &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hollow Ware, $c $c
Also, a large assortment of
Of all kinds ; all of which will be sold at the lowest
prices for Cash, Back-country Produce, or on credit
for approved notes. The Stock is very heavy, and
worthy the attention of Country Merchants and the
public in general. rT,T,.-T
F " J. C. & G. B. ATKINS.
Fool of Hay mount.
Favettcville, Sept. 25, 1841. 13B-y.
i . . i
m-iTtf:.si,c.rihprs have conneciea memseives m
13 i,.A ATow.-int;tf Rnsiness. under the firm of
.4, X'.. It. ATRISS. J. ney inieim p-
T . V- i i:
a lareWid general assortment oi iviercuuuu.,
at wholesale and retail. J. ney win ue i..u..u
old Stand oG. B. Atkins, where they wish to see
their friends Vnd c-.tomer ATKINS,
G. B. ATKINS.
FayetteviHeSept. 25, 1S41. 136-tf.
GROSS, HOLMES' Incproved Fric
mT)UV Mntrhes. iirst received, and for
ho C4msm oft Uo2en. a super
A constant supply f the above kept on hand, ami
i U I mmA airsin.
Will DO vuiu iuvy. w
Fayetteville, September iT 84rt
wn:cn iney win be printed, and the nrirni fr-
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which the new powers have introduced, and which
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will please give this Prospectus a few insertioAs.
r BLAIR & RIVES.
Washington City, Oct. 25, 1841.
C. C. SMITE,
WOULD inbrm the citi
zens of Fayetteville,
and ihe public generally, that
he has located himself in Fay
ettevillle, in the store adjoin
ing Mr. James Baker's, where
he" intends to carrv on the
BUSINESS, ifi all its various branches; and from
his long experience, does not hesitate to say, that he
can ffive entire satisfaction to those who may favor
him with their custom.
TTe i nrerared to M ANUFACTURE anv article
in the way of Jewelry, having a complete set of
Tools for the purpose.
Particular attention will be paid to the REPAIR
ING OF WATCHES, and any part of the same
fhit mav h. deficient will be made new, and war
ranted to perform well for one year--November
12, 1841. M2t&
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
& PHOENIX BITTERS.
for sale at the Post Office at JLumherton by
JOHN JN. DORR, .enf, c,
These Medicines are indebted for their name to
their manifest -am! sensible action in purifying
the springs and channels of Jife, and enduing them
with renewed tone and vigor. In many hundred
certified cases which have been made public, and in
almost cverv species ofdisoase to which the human
frame is liable, the happy effects of MOFFAT'S
LIFE PILLS AND THCENlX BITTERS have
been gratefully and publicly acknowledged by the
persons benefitted, and who " were previous
ly unacquainted with the beautifully philosophical
principles upon which they are compounded, and
upon which they consequently act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommerid thetBselves
in diseases of every form and description. Their
first operation is to loosen from the coats of the sto
mach and bowels the various impurities and crudi
ties constantly settling around them ; and to remove
tbe hardened faeces which collect in the convolu
tions of the smallest intestines. Other medicines
only partially cleanse these, and leave such collect
ed masses behind as to produce habitual cestive
ness, with all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhoea,
with its imminent dangers. This fact is well known
to all regular anatomists, who examine the human
bowels after death j and hence the prejudice of those
well informed men against quack medicine or med
icines prepared and heralded to the public by igno
rant persons. The secoud effect of the Life M ed
icines is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and
by this means, the liver and tbe lungs, the healthful
action of vhich entirely depends upon th fegularity
of the urinary organs. The hlood which taks its'
red color from the agency of tbe liver and th lungs
before it passes into tbe heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming fum a clean
stomach, courses freelv throush the vps, renews
every part of the system, and triamrd lly mounts
tbe banner ot health in the bio
thoroughi v test
edv for the
State d North Carolina,
j and the failure has ever been the worse where
Court oj 1-leas Quarter Sessions Otto- of a merchant, dealer in exchange. r hnt.r .
oerTVrm-.mil. a : . 'T "
' . . n wucr buueucT. issnen - rni nm
r.iiin!lt'Jtehme&t.-Le: ?ever succeeded, ft fnrtriabir increases $
w vjic nero p n namni r r - ... . . , - . - .
Alonzo B. Williaifls, Wlo.te, and summoned I. " Bm.U Q ' UD" , ever r be ft Cnfi- ?
' X Keily as Garnishee. dence in Ihe ability and fidelitr of the Gov-
U ..p?e;"sA0:ibfJ8fC'on of the Court that ernment, the excessive ouantitv che.mn it. .
:&imcriZn an ,QC.a,5u,aD, ange in the pri- .
Knii. - : I ui nil commodities. lHe fi anriarf nf vL . v
tedin tr jks, for the said Alon-" u u'terlj lost sight of in the ceustant do- '
" Termed PrtKVf ?c.PrfPer?ediof..xchaDget; A
of Duplin, at the cfyjio Y" f nd ,h r,le business of society is converted
the third Monday of 1 uary then and the;e t into a spectibtiion upon the quantity of money
SSlnY Sn3W tsTL '""I"?, other- hich the influences brought to bear upon Lei : :
and the property lev on canlETL f VSlS1' & power may indoce it to issue. And
. J I IUCIQ
of this State, It is there
be made in the Nor'h Ca
W uncss-jarne. uson, Clerk of said Court, at
office, the 3d Mon m October, A. D. f84 1 and
in the 6Cth year o r inderendenc x '
146-6U . MES DlCKs6,(Clerk.
of !. J N.
w no socn thine as setfinir boiTnf tn
these inluences. If a war come?, necessity
sweeps away all resistance It is easier lo
issue paper dollars than to borrow much ea
sier thnn fo fay taies and Collect them. The
universal experience of every Govcrttmrnt
issuing paper money pending a war, is a :
downward progress as long as the money lhu i
manufacttfred will pay or its manufnetofe, and
leave any profit worln consideration to the
Government makinc it. h is then iv.n ..n
and perishes in the hands of the people, after
inflicting immeuse fnury not only upon the
ine nonest and credufous beinfr ih
stnTerers the knavish and rfifmir..i
the only gainers.
Government paper monv fa n,Am
ed after it has run Us
I o tax. Ihe nones? tmd industrious classes for
such a purpose ivottld be doubling the wrOno
perpetrated on them, wivile the paper currency
State ofbrth Carolina,
- yj " ' -k-umct sessions ,v o-
James Kelly i I
vs. Qial Attachment,
Duncan Black, I
. NO Goods or Chajfo be found: Levied a
Tract of Land of h h.mH "
w wv u i 1 ci iIJI y WO Its- a A . j g- mw
and a half acres n k swamp, adjoini; Ray lorlune9 bu the morals of the communilv
anil Rhnrfm litul nil 4 1 a m . JTt j I trio Ktn.- ,1 . J - i . J.
7"-'.- r. I'ropcny ot iAin-
can Black, being hi crest in and to the same,
vi2: one sixth part, . ithe interest of Duncan
Black in and to a Ti TimeJiundred acres, more
or less, on the Lamb Koad, on Massy Neck
Branch, adjoining F d Rhodes. John- Aw!l
aim u.iuwupyi, vuio oion ies( r iev re
turnec tne ain jamiai. j
TTT appearing to tblsfcction of the Com
M. tne defendant is I inhabitant ofthisi
it is ordered that pnli n be made for six
in the JN orth Carolinriblishad in tin; '
Fayetteville, that a
tt iho nnvt tnn
'County of .Hobesonj
is running its cafreef.
Jjle fo buy any thing with it, the products of
.uiiauit una rnnnmrfiirr
tamed lor it.
HAVE removed to my former i
door est ot the Unnk of Cape
am prrpared to sittend to the AU
COMMISSION BUSINESS, as usu
will be attended to.
December I, 1S41.
NEW AND CHEAP
J. & J. K
HAVE just received by th
arrivals from the North, alarg
splendid assortment of
Jtmong which are
Superior c'o hs and Cassimeres j Sattinefs :
Kentucky Janes; white, red, and sreen Flannel,
4-4 and 6-4; Merinos, French and English; 2100
fioces Calico; plain Muslins; Bishop Lawns;
rish Idnens, Lin ns and Diapers; Bolting Clotlis,
brown and bleached Domestics, from 3-1 to 6-4;
witii many other articles. AU of which, beinr
I ought at the lowest Package price, are offered at
reduced prices, by Wholesale or Retail, for Cash,
or to punctual Customers on the usual time.
Srptmber 6, 1811. 134-tf.
n ibi r m -w m
L--1 Having s
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING.
THE Subscriber bes leave to inform the public,
that he bus commenced the above business on
Market Square, next door to Mr James R. Gee's,
where he will ke p constantly on hand and for sale,
Carriage, Barouche, Sulky, Carryall, and Waon
SADDLES, of every quality and price,
TRUNKS AND WHIPS.
In short, every article usually found in a Saddler's
Shop- Persons wishing to buy, would do well to
call and examine his work before purchasing else
where, as he is determined to sell VERY LOW
FOR CASH, or on the usual time to punctual cus
tomers. He hopes by strict attention to his busi
ness, to merit a portion of public patronage.
ICF REPAIRING of every description in his
line promptly attended to, and moderate charges
made. J. S. RABOTEAU.
Sept. 29, 184t. 13G-3m. -
THE Subscribers having qualified as Ex
ecutors to the last will and testament of Foun
tain Lain, deceased, at the December term of Cum
berland Countv Court, i841: All persons having
claims against the said estate are requested to pre
sent them tor settlement within tne time prescruteu
by law, or I his notice will be plead in bar of recoveiy;
and all persons indebted to the said estate, aroearn-
tly requested to come forward and settle tne same
as longer indulgence cannot be eiven.
JOHN H. HALL.
Dec. 7th, 1S41. 46-6t.
in assorting these differew.
suu wcic uuiigtsu to ueier iu
goods till the next morning. They therefore
smoked a friendly pipe together, aud then re
tired to rest, each in his own tent.
After some hours sleep, the white brother
awoke before the other two, being moved by
avarice, arose and seized the gold and silver,
together with the precious stones and most
beautiful vestments, and having loaded the
best camels with them, pursued hts way to
that country which his white posterity have
ever since inhabited.
'The Moor, or tawny brother, awaking
soon afterwards, with the same intentions,
and being surprised that he had been anticipa
ted by his white brother, secured in great
haste the remainder of the horses, oxen and
camels, and retired to another part of the
world, leaving only some rcarse vestments
of cotton, pipes and tobacco, millet, ricei
and a few other things of but small value.
" lbe last lot of stuff fell to the share of the
black son, the laziest of the three brothers,
who took up his pipe with a melancholy air,
and while be sat smoking in a pensive mood,
swore to be revenged." Jlnquetil's Univer
sal History, vol. 6, p. 117, L18.J
TV e have inserted this tradition, no be
cause we think it circumstantially Irue. with
reliect to the goods, &c, but because we
fiuift in it this one important rait, viz: the ori-
giu,f hirtnau complexions in the family of
j.vv. ; ana u ine iraarrion is supposed alto
gethf a fiction, we would ask, how came
theseVVfricans, tbe most degraded and iguor-
ant ohe human race, by so important a tra:t
of ancnt history as that such a man, with
three sins, ever existed, from whom the three
races ere descended, if it were not so? and
that the were of three different complexions?
State of North Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Octo
ber Term, 1S41.
r,., l Original Attachment Lev-
Gibson Sioan, ied on one ro namcd
. , t, Vtt it- f Charlette. and summoned I.
Alonzo B. Williams, . R Ke ' Garnisflei!.
""T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
tnedetendant in this Uase is not an innannani
of this State, It is therefore ordered, that publication
be made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper prin
ted in Favettcville, far six weeks, for the said Alon
zo B. Williams pcrs nally to be and appear at the
next Term of said Court, to be bld for the County
of Duplin, at the Court House in Kenansville, on ihe
third Mondav of January next, then and Ihre to
olead. answer, or replevy to said attachment, other
wise judgment final will be entered against him,
and the property levied on condemned to satisfy the
Witness James Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at
Office, the 3d Monday in October, A. D. 1841, and
in theCGih year of AmrtCan Independence.
146-Gt. JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
PAY THE PRINTER.
Mr Tyler I
and for this h
But the pla
rency of Go
through a boar
From the Globe.
be permitted to congratulate the
the President has so far adopted
tic principle as to recommend
shape of a corporation noth-
der the disguise of a contract
Is, assumes to charter away the
nd the rights of the people as
Constitution. In this respect,
ade good his stand against
uts which his vetoes arrested;
is at least our hearty thanks.
a Government paper cur-
rnment dealing in exclange
A control and of receiving
itling certificates on them to
currency, however conven
ient in many reV-cts, we apprehend will not
meet the sanctiolof Conoresa or the countrv.
Whenever Govemeuts, whether monarchi
cal or republican! have undertaken to make
any "on auUwrttU substitute for the monev
lul me worto, k tu hitherto proved a failure;
It onderfitfes its deomc'm linn
hthe ha nds of eommun ity,
"ho touches it and gives
a1ue for it. After it
'circulation, it Is found
Mmbting fiJatinir .
V little or nothing.
Mrs of this moneys
val6e of a singl;
a tax to be
6od, dollar for
ho8Vvho have borne the greatest sk&ci
tax in the first instance.
A paper money system not driven' on by a
war, although not so rapidly, not les surely
runs into excesses. President Tyler "propo
ses to limit the issues to an amount not fo ex
ceed fifteen millions of dollars, without the ex
press sanction of the Legislative power."
I Veil, how long would it be before (he multi
tude ef appropriations which the log rolling
interests in Congress always possesses the
power to raise up, would demand an increase
of another fifteen millions. When these ap
propriations are to be provided for,- not by
taxes but by paper money, made by the ma
chine of the fiscal department, has noT all ex
perience shown that they are voted without
stinf? Among us there is reason to apprehend
that there would be a race among the States,
whenever the appropriations had been begun
to accomplish objects of peculiar interest to a
portion of them, to Ity (heir strength and ac
tiv fry fo see which could get the most. What
with the pressure of the Representatives of
States in Congress to recommend themselves
by drawing to each the greatest share of the
appropriations, and the universal activity of
the debtor and speculating classes to make
money plenty to cheapen it so as to relieve
them from difficulties no one can doubt that,
ia a few years, all prudent resolutions in Con
gress about the limitation of issues would be
broken, and the. proposed sysfem led into the
downward career which has ever attended all
such systems, Nothing btrt a constitutional
limitation, fenced a boot with oaths and overy
other sanction that could be devised, would
ever keep the issues of the paper money with
in .. t . ? -
in uj givcu n.jiuaiiuir. it is questionable
whether ingenuity could devise any constitu
tional provision on the subject, -that could not
be avoided; such is the efficacy of mb trey in
warping tne consciences ot men.
The fate of our continental mcnef cannot
be forgotten. The fate of our Treasury noted
during the last war, though issued compara
tively to a very small amount, (the resources
of our country considered,) is nof a less ino
perative warning against entering upon an
other paper money experiment. The Trea
sury notes of the last war, although rrot issued
as a currency, and therefore not subjected to
the severest test of public confidence, yet wenf
down 20 or JfO per cent, below the mocr' of
suspended banks. If these Treasury notes
had been really put out as a currency instead
of obligations for an indirect loan, they would
have depreciated much more; for when a De
mocratic Government ha once taxed the peo
ple with a depreciated currency, it is bard to
get the people,- who must vote the faxes to re
deem it, to put the imposition on themselves,
to make good the paper in the hands of spec
ulators who have obtained if for lhtle or noth
ing. The first tax they pay without rebelling,
because it goes to lbe Government; the second
tax, to make bad paper good again, is for the
benefit of tbe speculator, nd is obtained, if at