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FAYETTEVILLE, SA
T E 12 31 S
OF
THE NORTH CAROLINIAN.
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all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING, executed
cheap for CASH.
THE FOLLOWING
BLANKS!
Kept constantly on hand
AND FOR SALE AT THE
C ATSOXiII-TI A.T0 OFFICE :
CHECKS, on Bank of the State, and Cape
Fear Bank.
PROSECU ! ION BONDS, Supr.Ct.
MARRIAG E LI C EN s ES
VEND! EXl'O., constables levy
COMMISSIONS totak. depositions in cqui
tv, aad Supr. court
A PT E RANCE BO N DS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
CA. SA. Sui.r. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for Affray, and Assault
and BaU-ry, Co. and Sup. Ct.
CER TIFICATES, Clk. Co. Ct.
.1 (Tit Y TICKETS
OIIDERS to ovnrserrs of Roads
lUSTAIlOY BONUS
TAX RECEIPTS
WITNESS TICKETS
EJECTMENTS
PATROL NOTICES
LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION Bonds
Deeds, commoii,
Sheriff' Deeds,
Constables Ca. Sj. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Appe-il Bonds,
Equity .Sulpr nns,
Superior Court Fi. Fa.
County Court. Sei. 1'a, to re
vive judirment.
County Court Subpcsnas,
Superior Court Warrants,
Bonds for Col'rd. Apprentices.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
For salebv GEO. McNLlLL.
Nov. 10. IS II.
GRAYSON BUTTER.
A PRIME ARTICLE,
For i,y geo. McNeill.
Nov. 10. 1841.
FISH !
BBLS. TiUM'D HERRINGS.
da.
n nn
,n P.hls. Roe
jO Half Barrels Shad.
10 Barrels Mullet.
For sale by GEO. McNEILL
Nov. 10, 1S41.
"EiATID SHAW
CONF EC? TIONEK,
MAS just received a Fresh iind General Supply
of the following articles, which he offers low
for Cash, viz: . .
Soft shell Almonds, new crop Bunch Kaisins,
Palm Nuts and Filberts, Butter Crackers, Starch,
Barley and Ch -esc, S otch Hcrrinffs, R ice G Tiger
and Citron, Cassia and Nutmegs, Currants and
Seidletz Powders, Alum and Saltpetre, Spin sh and
Common Ci.ars, Maccoboy Snuff, Scotch do. in
bottles. Hair Powder and Gum Camphor, V nidsor
and common Soap, Rose and Co!one Water, Oi
ofLemon and Peppermint, Oil of Cinnamon and
Ess nee of Peppermint, British Oil, Opedeldoc, ice.
A lar-rc nssortnsent of CORDIALS, Po't and
Madeira WINES.COGNI AC BU ANDY, JAMAI
CA RUM, HOLLAND GIN. A general assort
ment of TOYS, &c. &c.
Is. B. Country Merchants and others wishing
fetionari(:fi. wh tlirr Uv wholesale
,u . ....... - - - .
or rctap, will find it to their advantage to call. The
wholesale price of Candies is 28 cents per lb. re
tail price 35 cents rer lb.
Fayetteville, Nov. 13, 1S40. 142-Gt.
State of North Carolina,
DUPLIN COUNTY,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Octo
ber Term, 184.1.
. 1 Original Attachment Lcv-
W illiam bonus, . je, n onft negro g,rj namr(l
.... f Charlotte, and summoned I.
AIonzoB. Williams, j D KcUy as Garnishee.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the defendant in this case is not an inhabitant
of this State, It is therefore ordered, that publication
be made in the Nor'h Carolinian, a newspaper prin
ted in Fayetteville, for six weeks, for the said Alon
7.0 B. Williams personall to be and appear at the
next Term of said Court, to be held for the County
of Duplin, at the Court House in Kenansville, on
the third Monday of Januaiy next, then and there to
plead, answer, or replevy to said attachment, other
wise judgment final wiil be entered against him,
and the property levied on condemned to satisfy the
Plaint'ff's demand.
Witness James Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at
office, the 3d Monday in October, A. D. 184 1, and
in the 66th year of our inderendenc.
146 6t. JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
BILLIARD TABLE
, , For Sale.
Apply. it this OHicc.
Srpt. :2S, 1841. 133-tC
EW GOODS AND CHEAP.
f HI HE Subscriber has received hi fM and winter
-II. STOCK OF GOODS, mbracing'a general
assortment ot
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Fur and tl'ool Hals, Selette and Seal-sl.in
Cags, lilankcls, Shoes, Hardware and
C'uuzrg, Crockery antl (ilass icare,
cut etn'.l wrought .VaiVs,
Swedes and En?T7iiJj'on, assort
Trace Chains, Hollow war
Together with a good assortment f
GROCERIES.
All cf which will be sold low for CASH, J
cn.npKj tr COUNTRY PRODUCE,
give me a call before you buy.
CANNON CAISO
Hay street nearly opposite the H
Sept. 10, 1841. 13.i-6.n.
OWEJV HOUSTON,
Saddle, Trunk, and Harness Maker,
H nie'liod of inf.rmin? bis friends
-M a'ld customers, ill towii and t-minlrv lb li..
hs moved back to his OLD STAND, on Hay
Street, 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
tei ms.
KEPAIIIING promptly a'tended to and thank
fully received.
He keeps constantly on hand an assortment of
mejs jud Ladies? saddles.
ALSO Harness or all kinds, ISridles, Whips,
Collars, Trunks, and every article in his line of
business.
lie ou1d take this opportunity of returning his
hanks to those who bave patronized bim; and hopes
by punctuality to business, and moderate charges
to continue to merit their patronage.
S.pt. 4, 1841. 132-tf.
Obs rvcr will copy till forbid.
M"OULD respectfully in-
)gf form his f ien 's and
l o..i.l: - li.. .i. .
ioc t uuiii; viicmiii), iiii lie
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
WARE MANUFAC
TORY, at his old Stand,
on Gillespie street, a few
doors South of the Market Honr.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
tcndi d to.
October 2, 1841. 13G-6m.
THE SUBSCRIBER, Offers for
ale, at tlie Store latt ly occupied ty Messrs Benbow,
& Co., on Hay Street, a variety of
ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN
COLOGNE and FLORIDA WATER, BEAR'S
GREASE and OIL, ANTIQUE OIL, POMA
TUM. CIRCASSIAN" and COLD CREAM, OX
MARROW, PRFSTON SALTS, EXTRACTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
CLOTH, TOOTH, ai.d FLESH BRUSHES;
POWPER PUFFS and BOXES; RAZORS; PEN
and POCKET KNIVES; SCISSORS; SHELL
SIDE, DRESSING and I OCKET
COMBS,
Steel Pens; Pocket Br.oUs; Back pommnn Beards;
Dice Boxes, Battledoors and Birds, Gentlemen's
Dr-sin Cas.-s; Hooks and Eves; Fishing Lines
and Hooks; Percussion Cps, (ribbed and p'ain;)
Matches; Snuff and Tobacco Boxes; Plated Corks,
for decanteis; Ma.-bles; Slat' s and Pencils; Wafers;
Note Paper; Sun Glasses; Teething Ring; R.
I lem-iiinjr 4c Son's dri'Icd eyed Needles; Silver
Thimbles; Silver Ever-pointed Pencils; Black snaps;
Glass Inkstands and Ink; Quills, &c. &c.
ALSO
A roed assortment of
VIOLINS, FLUTES, AND FIFES,
Violin Hows, Strings, Jiridges, and Screws;
Clarionetl Herds; Tuning Forks, and
J-Iusic lioxes.
All of which will be sold cheap fr CASH.
W. PRIOR.
October 10, 184 L 133 tf
NEW GOODS 7
THE Snbscibers are now reeeivinz by the la'e
arrivals f -om the North, their FALL AN D
WINTER SUPPLY OF MERCH ANDIZE, con
sititin" of a larjje and general assortment of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, and Urn
brellas, Poolscap and J ,eUer Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, &c. &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hollow IVare, $c $c
Also, a large assortment of
Of all kinds ; ail of which will be sold at the lowest
prices lor 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.
P J. C. &. G. B. ATKINS.
Fool of Haymount.
Fayetteville, Sept. 25, 1841. 136-y.
NEW FIKM.
rwiTTlv ..Keribr bavn connected ihcinselves in
jj the Mercantile Business, under the firm of
J. C. & . B. ATKINS. inev mtena Keep
in a lare and eneral assortment of Merchandize,
atwbo!csale and retail. They will be found at the
old Stand of G. B. Atkins, where they wish to sec
Ulclrf,,endsandtUSt0mCrS'jOHN C. ATKINS,
G. B. ATKINS.
Fayetteville, Sept. 25, 1841 . 136-tf.
Loco Foeo
FRICTION MATCHES.
fa? Aft GROSS, HOLMES' Improved Frio
Q)MV (ion Matches, just received, and for
sale by the Gross or Dozen, a superior article, and
warranted. Apply to JAMES MARTINE.
A constant supply of the above kept ou hand, and
wilt be sold low, to sell again.-
Fayetteville, September 5, 1840 A-lf
r
s
PROSPECTU
l'or the Congressional CHo
These works have now
ten cons cutive sts.-ion
v ith the session of
wide circulation,
proveu and sou
it n cessary
will be cont
and t stat
which f
them
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the Congressional ?Lnd "V
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and various otm
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much so tluti .
sicians alun'M
for
Ihpra ul la n.ik t
make
fore,
ons and so
dix until
session : but)
speeches as faff
course shall coinp
ter the adjournment.
Ji.ach of these wo
is necessary for every su
knowledge of the proceciin
because, then, it there s
irony in i ne synopsis ot trie sni
of its correctness, as published in the
al Globe, the r ader may turn to the
see the speech al length, corrected by the member
nims' it.
there is no source but
Globe and Appendix, from which a person ran ob
tain a full history of the proceedings ol Consresa.
Gales and Seaton's Register of Debates, which con
tained a history, has been discontinued for three or
lour year?. It cost about five times as much for a
session as the Congress ional Globe and Appendix,
and did not contain an equal amount f matter, a
"real f ortiou of the eurrent. proceedings bens omit-
eare enabled 1o print tbe Congressional
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by having a large quantity of type, and keeping the
Congressional matter that we set up for the daily
and semi-weekly Globes, stanuing fbr the Con
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We h ive on hand 3,000 or 4,0UO sui pi is copies
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extra session, which make 1 blether near l.Ot'O roj'al
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The important matters discussed at the last, will be
brought up at the next session, in consequence of
the universal dis.satistaction evinced in the late
elections with the vast and novel system of policy
which the new powers have introduced, and which
was forced throush Congress without consulting
puhl-c opinion, or even allowing the full discussion
usual in regard to subjects of ordinary interest.
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visinn and correction of the speakers, as they pas
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standing or misrepresentation of their remarks
.shoii'd occur.
We make a daily anal ysis of the doings in Oon
gress, and give our opinions in it treely, hut this is
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To insure all the numbers, tbe subscriptions
should be in Washington by the 15th December
next, at farthest, though it is probable that we shall
print enough surplus copies to fill every subscrip
tion that may be paid before the 1st day of January
next.
rJ'Ao attention wilt be paid to any order unless
the money accompanies it.
The Democrat'C papers with which we exchange
will please give this Prospectus a few insertions.
BLAIR & RIVES.
"Washington City, Oct. 25, 1841.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
c. c. SMITH,
OULD inrorm the citi
zens of Favettcv lie,
and the public genc.:u!y, that
he has located himself" in Fay
ettevili'e, in the store adjoin
ing Mr. James Baker's, where
he intends to carrv on the
WATCH andJEWELKY
BUSINESS, in all its various branches; and from
his long experience, does not hesitate to say, that he
can give entire satisfaction to those who may favor
him with their custom.
He is prepared to MANUFACTURE any 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 or the same
that may be deficient will be made new, and war
ranted to perform well fbr one year.
November 12, 1841. 142tf.
ft" HAVE removed to my
AL door West of the Unnk
am Drenared to attend
COMMISSION BUSIN
will be attended to.
DccemJsei I. 1841,
NEW Arft-ffE
J. & J. KYLE
HAVE just receiv ed by the
arrivals from the North, aJ
splendid assortment of
DRY GOODS.
Jimong which are
Superior c'o hs and Cassimeres ; Sattincts ;
Kentucky Janes; white, red, and rreen Flannel,
4-4 and 6-4 ; Merinos, French and English ; 2100
pieces Calico; plain Muslins; Bishop Lawns;
Irish Linens, Luvns and Diapers; Bolting Cloths,
brown and bleached Domestics, from 3-1 to 6-4;
with m:inv other nrtii-los All nf u'h!i!i Imirw.
bought at the lowest Package price, are offered at
reduced prices, by Wholesale or Retail, for Cash,
or to punctual Customers on the usual time.
September 6, 1841. 134-tf.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
w
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKING.
THE Subscriber beos leave to inform the public,
that he has commenced the above business on
Market Square, next door to Mr James R. Gee's, j
...U.. . ...ill i, . n i i ., .... i I ..a -. -'..
1 1 -. i tic "in ' vuisiaiiii mi iiaiiu ciiiii mi tlitj,
Carriage, Barouche, Sulky, Carryall, and Wagon
HARNESS,
SADDLES, of every quality and price,
TRUNKS AND WIFPS.
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 VERV LOW
FOR CASH, or on the usual time to pun tnat cus
tomers. He hopes by st' icf attention to his busi
ness, to merit a portion of public patronage.
!rCF REPAIRING of every description in his
line promptly attended to, and moderate charges
made. J. S. RABOTEAU.
Sept. 29, 1841. !3G-3m.
NOTICE.
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 County Court, i84I: AH persons having
ciaims against the said estate are requested to pre
sent thpin for settlement within the time prescribed
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of recovciv;
and all persons indebt-d toth-s;:id state, an; earn
estly requested to come forwnrd and settle the same
as longer indulgence cannot be iven.
JOHN H. 13 ALL.
CONSTANT- JOFTNSO.V.
Dec. 7th, 1841. 146-6t.
State of North Carolina,
DUPLIN COUNTY.
Court of Pleas and Qyarter Sessions Octo
ber Term, 1S41.
Gibson Sloan, I, Original Attachment-Lev-vs
I i erf on one negro girl named
a n w .it, -,, ,'Chatlette, and summoned I.
Alonzo 1. Wuliamsv .- ' .
J li. Kelly 3k3 Garnfslee.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
thedefendant in this Case is not nn inhabitant
of this State. It is therefore ordered, that publication
be made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper prin
ted in Fayetteville, for si weeks, for the said Alon
zo B. Williams personally to be and appear at the
next Term of said Court, to be held for the County
of Duplin, at the Court House in Kenansville, on the
third Monday of January next, then and there to
plead, answer, or replevy to said attachment, other
wise judgment final will be entered against him,
and the property levied on condemned to satisfy the
Plaintiff's demand.
Witness J a roes Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at
Office, the 3d Monday in October, A. D. 1841, and
in the 66th year of American Independence.
146 fit. JAMES DICKSON, Clet k.
PAY THE PRINTER.
warm.
cold.
In style it is plain and unpretending;, with
only an occasional barbarism, such- as tbe
"can do no other" in the following passage:
"And we can do no other than contemplate
its further exemplification by a sister Republic
with the deepest interest."
In matter and spirit it is marked by un
steadiness and timidity, evincing more of a
nervous anxiety to please, than of a proud
confidence in the right. There is no clear
perception and firm grasp of principle none
of the bold onward bearing directness of the
skilled pilot; but the backing and filling iude
cisioii of a Captain bewildered on the ocean,
and depending on the indulgence of his crew,
and the mercy of the element, to bear him
iuto some haphazzard halfway harbor. It
seems as if the eye of the wrilor, straining af
ter the popular, could but dimly diacry the
true, which it never beheld in the commanding
nearness of irresistible attraction. Whenever
the topic admits of it, he reminds us of the
poor cat in the adage; and his "would" is al
ways too weak for the "dare not' that waits
upon it. When he talks of the Constitution,
it is not as an ardent worshipper, but ns if in
deference to thw veneration of others for it,
aud as though with himself, it were an incon
venient thing which, with a plausible pretext
furnished him, he would not very 'tinreliictanf
ly evade; he never asserts it in the trust-inspiring,
champion spirit of no who has lock
ed it to his heart with bolts of steel; but de
fends so doubtingly, so indifferently, so incon
sistently, lhat his sword arm dangles neive
less under his shield, and chink after chink in
his unbraced panoply, tells cralinelv of in-
closed rivets in his unfilled armor.
The attitude assumed towards England and
her aggressions, instead of being firm yet con
ciliatory, is deprecatory and pusillanimous.
W hen speaking of the trial of McLeod, the
Message says:
"The manner in which the issue submitted
was tried, will satisfy the English Government
that the principles of justice will never fail to
govern the enlightened decision of an Ameri
can tribunal."
Th'rs was enough; New York had impartial
ly enforced her laws in the trial of an individ
ual charged with outraging them. If England
dislikes the laws of New York, let her not
make her subjects obnoxious to them. Noth
ing can justify an American President, at this
time, pending tbe many insolently aggressive
perpetrations of England, fbr adding tbe fol
lowing obsequious recommendation:
"I cannot fail, however, to suggest to Con
gress the propriety, and in some degree, the
necessity, of making such provisions by law,
so far as they may constitutionally do so; for
the removal at their commencement, and at
the option of the party, of all such cases as
may hereafter arise, and which may involve
the faithful observance and execution of our
international obligations, fronr the State to tbe
Federal Jud ic iar v."
nil
testable nes
act. It is,
and Distribution IVi!
The Fiscal plan is nut forth
which he seems . sick of Ffifving ub
about which he docs not understand'
nor care a great deal but as he was not bold
enough, when he vetoed the Whig scheme,
to do so without qualifying the veto with a
ptedffe to offer f hem semetbino- akin fo the re
jected schemes fae proposes a substitute pos
sessing as many ot the bad qualities or tho
Whig fiscal ity as no. could incorporate con
sistently with his vetoes. H is scheme has tho
poor merit of being better than theirs; if avoids
the unconstitutional usurpation of incorpora
ting a trading cempany to have the use of the
people's capital but undertakes that an irre
sponsible board of government official shall
interfere with the business pursuits of the peo
ple, corrupt the currency and trade in ex
changes a scheme which the Democracy will
of course reject but which certainly admit
of abuses and corruption euough to commend
it to the favor of the Whig3. Such a fiscal
agent leagued with the local banks, and with
Clay, Biddle, E wing, Coperthwaite and Web
ster at the head of the lipard, rould do mon
strous things enough te satisfy (ho mot con
firmed hnrd-ciderife, and after a few years op
eration, would confirm the people in the con
viction of the value of an abstinent govern
ment and a constitutional eutrency ifthq
Sub-Treartiry is not already sufficiently vindi
cated. His reasons for declining to enter in
to a comparison between the paper aud me
talic system is unstatesman-iike. The prac
tical statesman should never find it too Into to
do right, and to abandon what is established
if it be found pernicious. The question be
longs to the present, after the mischiefs of tho
paper system have been felt, much more than
it did to the period of if a introduction as an
experiment. If instead of abandoning abuses,
wc are to patch them up and perpetuate thm
by way of "lookiug at things as they are,"
and "taking them as we find thenf ' there is
an end to all improvement, and truth must re
main at the bottom of her well, because tern
porizing rulers are of too weak vision to con
front her. We would have done with this
shuffling, which instead of buckling itself to
tbe task of abolishing wrong and vindicating
right when the occasion offers of cutting a
mischievous connexion, renews and clings to
it under tbe timid and disingenuous plea that
it is not an open question." The Constitu
tion closed the door against the Federal Gov
ernment dealing in paper banking, and usur
pation made it an open question, and shall tho
people be told, because they once submitted,
that it is no longer an open question whether
they shall prohibit the revival of the falling ty
ranny, and vindicate feeir freedom from gov
ernment interference and re-establish the Con
stitution? - Such slavish reasoning befits the
apologists "of corruptions, against which they
nave not tbe virtue nor courage to struggle
but it ill becomes the representatives of free
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