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For. a!e by
JW. 10. 184 1
iKr GEO. McNlilLL.
Nov. 10, 1841. :
BBLS. THIMD llKKlUisya.
10 Bbls. Roe do.
jO Half Barrel Shad.
" : 10 Barrels MuIN t. ,T T
Forle'bv GEO. McNLILL.
Nov. 10, 1J4I
TOT ASju,t cid F.hn.l Grr,ulSu, pi?:
MIL of the following articles, iim ....
fur C;is', viz: .
Soft shell Almonds, new. crop Bunch
. t... i evii n.itipr wrai kers, Diarcii
Barley d Ch ;e, S ofb Hrrrinf G.n-er,
nd Citron, CJassia and' num . "' !
ScidleU Powders, Alum and tanpnre, cp...
.Common Ci-nr-, Maccoboy. S?nulT, Sco ch do. inj
bottles, Hair Powdcmml Gum Camphor, W ids(,rj
I Xm.nn .r. Iina sinfl Co!o?ne W atcr, UHj
nftemon and Pi-pp-rmint( Oit of Cinnampn ant
Ess nee of Peppermint, British Oil, Opodeldoc, &cj
A tarce assortment of CORDMLS.' Pol and
Madeira VINES,COGNI AC BUANDY, JAMAH
CA RUM. HOLLAND GIN. A general; assort -j.
ment of TOYS, &c. &c. - i ... J
N. B. Country Mcrclints and olh-rs -ishi
to purchase Con'ictionarins, h th. r by wbd'ej
or retai', will find it to their advantage to ea". 1 ho
whole?a!c price ot anaies is zo cents
tail pnc't 35 cents per ,r.
ci.ffv;il . N-or. 13. 1840. 142-Ct
State of North Carolina,
Till I'LIIS UUl'IML
Cowr of Pleas find Quarter Sessions Oelon
7 oer J ern, io-i.
i - .
1 Original Attachment Iv4
: led on one negro gn
J"-,.- f Charlotte, and .summoned ij
Alonzo tl. Y lliiara,
i rt TTo!lv n Garnishee. i
IT appearing to the satisfaction ot mc youri maj
the defendant in this case is not an .inhabitani
of this State, It is therefore ordered, that publication
be made in the Nor'h Carolinian, a newp-pef prn
ted in Fayetteville, for S.x weeks, for th said Alon,
zo B. Williams personal!) toJV?f'P??. CM.nS
hext Term of said Court, to be held for the C'.nntJ
EfDuDlin at tne Court House in Kenansv.lte, on
plead, answer, o? replevy to said attachment, o her?
Wise iudsment final will be entered .gainst W
Wnd the property 1-vied on condemned to satisfy the
Plaintiff demand. -
Witness James Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at
f office, the 3d aionday in vciouer, kj. ion,
in ine "Ouin year oi our ihuih.hu....-
i our mui. tuu.-.n.-.
JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
Tpct!er m i
All t f which
tli in?, d f.r 1 C
give me a call befo
1 - Hav slrt
fSept. 10, 1841. Ij3..(
VAN A SEGA III
t jclc fir retail, received and for sale at the
I . W. PRIOR
I October 16, 1841. -1 38: f
Fruit, smuff toba cco
EPT constanlly on band at the Store of the
f Subscriber, f
Soft and hard sh U Almonds t j
brazil and Alad ira JVuts Filberts,
Unisons, Prunes, Citron, CracletS,
Mace, Julmegs, Clores, Cinnamon,
Jfrlacabdy and Scotch Snuff
Qmoktng and Clieictng Tobaccob JMustard.
ALSO, a -rood af sottnient of STUART'S CEL
ftmwiLU sTEAM ItEl'INED CANDY.
-r 10, 1841 f- 138-tf
WOULD n-spccffullv in
form his fuen fs and
the Public "tneially, that be
still roTtinuesto carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
TORY, at his old Stand,
tloors South oMhe II:irkt tJ u
I All orders thariUfully rccivd and prornnily at
tjendi d to.:
j Octebfr 2, IF41.
THE SUBSCRIBliit, Oflers Hr
ab, at tbe Store lajN ly occupied by Messrs Benbow,
& Co., on flay Sfrji'd, a var'ctyrof
IjNGLISII, FRENCH, AND GERMAN
C.OLOGNI3 and jLORIDA; WATEIt, BEAR'S
pREASE 4and ClL, ANTIQ.UK' OIL,- POMA
TUM, CIRC ASS AN and COLD CREAM,
MARK OW, PR T STON S A LTS, EXTR A CTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
p LOTH, TOO! H, a nd FEES H RUs H KS
JPOWPER PTJFfS andBOXES; RAZORS; PEN
hnd POCKET fi.MVES; SCISSORS; SHELL
SSIDE, DRESSING! nd l OCKET
$?f r-cl Pens; Pi.cl t Books; Biiekffammon Boards;
jPiCH Iixei, Bat ledoors and Birds, Guntlrmen's
0f inlnj Cjisi s; Hooks and Eves; Filnnr Lines
jand Hook; Pcrci ssion CipS, (ribbed ' and p'ain;)
fMatcbes; Snuff and Tobacco 6oes; Platetl Corks,
ffor dt t antcis; Ma bb s; Slatts and Pencils; Wafers;
'Note Papf-r; Snr Ghse; : Tr-etbing Rintrs; R.
I Hrmoiinir ! Sob's dri Ifd eyed iienllesi Silvrr
Thimbles; Silvrr EV' r-pointvl Pencils: B!ach srtnbs;
!Ghss Inkstands ijnd Ink; diiills, &.c. &c,
A jrood asortn rnt of
LUTES, AND FIFES,
Violin Hows, S
trinsrs. t idres and Screws;
Clarioneil Herds; Tuning Forks, and
JIusic I tores. -i
II bo sold cheap f r CASH.
I. 138 tf-
All of which w
October 10, 164
ers are now recivin by the fa'e
rtm the ISorth, their ALL Ai'U
W INTER SUP
PLY OF MERCH ANDIZE, con-
rifting of a lar;e
and 'jencral assortment ot
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Sfioes. Bonnets, and Um
brellas, Foolscap and J ,el(er Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints i nd Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, &c. &c.
, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Blacksmith's Tools Hollow IVare, c.
Also, n arsc assortment of
Of alt kinrN ; ai
pric for Cash,
of which will be sold at tbe lowest
lack-C'iuntr- Produce, or on credit
's. The Stock i very beavy, and
at'crition o Couniry Merchants and the
public in cent ra
J. C. & G. B. ATKINS.
; Fobi of Hay mount.'
ept. 25, 1841. ' I3G-y.
Fayelti ville, f
fTTIHE SobseHib ers have connected themselves in
JU. the Merclintile Business, I under the firm of
J. t 6 G. II. ATKINS. They intend keep.
ins a Hrjr and
teneral ass.irtment of Merchandize,
at wholesale and retail. 1 hey will be lound at the
old Stand of G.
B. Atkins, jwhere they wish to sec
their friends and
customers. , ,
JOHN C. ATKINS,
G. B. ATKINS.
Kept. 25, 1841. 136-tf.
GROSS. HOLMES' Irrnroved Erie-
i ion Matches. Just received, and for
u9io hv th Grobs or Dozen, a snnerior article, and
nlv to JAMES MARTINE.
pply of theabore kept oi hand, and
will be sold loW. fo sell rain.
FayetteviHe,feepleraber 6, 1840
of the urn
red colorrotn tbe
before it palTs-s into the heart, beiniT
them, and nourished by food comin;
stomsich, courses freely through the
ig from a fc
s veins, reneVy
every part ol th system, and triumphantly rnount!
MOFFAT'S jLlFE MEDICINES hare, bf
thoroughiy tested, and pronouneed a sovereign rl
edy for the Dyprps'iH, Flatulency; Palpitatioi
Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and Head a
Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor
xMt liincbolv, Costiveness, Disrrhcea, Choiera, Fcvt
of al kinds. Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of all
kinds, Gmvcl, Worms, Asthnia and Consumption
Scurvs, Ulcers, Inveterite Sore, Scorbu'ic Eruption
and Bsid'Complexion, Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and other disagreeable. Complexions, Salt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Con.mon Colds and Influenza,
and various other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; In Fever and Agiie, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that in the Fever and A cue districts, Phy
sicians almost universally prescribe them.
fHAVE removed to my former old Stand, one
door West of the Bnnk of Cape Fear, where I
am prepare! to j attend to the AUCTION AND
COMMISSION; BUSINESS, as usual. All orders
will be attended, to.
- AMOS KIMBALL.
December I, IS4I. 144-tf.
rTJlIIE Subscribers having qualified ns Ex-f-
ecutors to the last will and testament of Foun
tain Lain, deceased, at the December term of Cum
bcrland.Couoty Court, 1 84 1 : All perso'r.s having
claims against the sai 1 estate are requested to pre
sent them for settlement within the tim' prescribed
by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of rceoveiy;
and all persons indebt d to the said estate, are earn
estly requeued to come forward and settle the same
as longer indulgence cannot be ovcn.
1 JOHN E3. HALL.
Dec. 7th, 1841. 14G-6t.
LANDS FOR SALE.
f ill HE -Subscribers will ex; ose for sale on a crcd
SJL it of six months, the following valuable tracts
of Lmnd, 'bVIonying1 to the Estate of the late Stephen
3 OO At res in Cumberland Con ty,
25 O do Bladen do".
ISO do owned jointly by Hollingsworth'and
Barksdaln on the Ga'lberrv,
50 do j fining the homo plaee.
.' ' AT..SO .
A few' thousand feet-of
T?i; sale wi'l take place at the late residi-ncc o
Stephen Holliiigs worth, deed, on Monday the I7lh
of Januar next
L ROBERT MELVIN, )
G. T. BARKSDALE, x TSr
December 2, 1841. 147-ts.
ALL persofis having demands against the estr.te
ofSfpphen Holliugsu o:th, deed., are requ. -sled
to present thcin for payment, as it is important to
. J: .1. - ' l.: r :,l . .ii
asceriain inc uuhuihuh suiu ro-nir-
1 ' G. T. BARltSDALE, $
A BILiH Amendatory of tHe several Acts es
tablishing the Treasury Department
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives oj the United States
in Congress assembled, That there shall be,
and hereby is, created and established in the
Treasury Department at the seat of the Gov
ernment of the United States, a Board, to be
called the Exchequer of the United States, to
be composed of the Secretary of the Treasury
for the lime being, the Treasurer of the United
States for the time being, and three Commis
sioners, to be appointed by the President with
the advice and consent of the Senate; one of
the said Commissioners first appointed to be ap
pointed for two vears, one for four years, aud
one for six years, and vacancies subsequent
ly occurring, to be so filled as lhat one vacan
cy shall regularly occur at the end of every
period of two years; the said Commissioners
not to be removed from office, except for phy
sical inability, incompetency, or neglect or
violation of duty; and iu case of any such re
moval it shall be the duty of the President to
lay the reason-thereof before the Senate. A'td
on the first organization of the Board, one of
the three Commissioners shall, by the mem
bers thereof, be elected President, who shall
hold his office for two years, when a new elec
tion shall be made'; and in like manner a new
election shall take place afterwards at the end
of each successive period of two years. A nd
the Secretary of the Treasury shall have au
tboritr to appoint all such inferior officers as
in the iudement of the Bontrd the transaction
of its busfBes toay require tfee amotm! of
oi ine j
shall give bt?c;in
the Treasury! jtvd
Board f Exc
thereon by trie
and by all disbursing officers
the Government having authority
such drafts or oVders. And every suciT5
entitled to receive it, in cold and silveisnV
or iu i rcasury notes.; ' ; ,
, Sec. 4. And be it further, enacted, That
the said Exchequer and its officers thall per
fijrrr the duties of Commissioners of Loans,
in receiving Subscriptions, transferring stock,
and paying dividends and interest thereon,
tinder the directions L of the Secretary of the
Trcnsory, tid-shail render to the Treitstirer
of the United States all necessary facilities
for transferrihg ahd disbursing the public funds
as shall be required by him, and shall perform
all the duties of pension agents under the reg
ulations prescribed by the Secretary of War,
and shall render and perform all other duties
and services! in relation to-the collecting, keep
ing and disbursing of the public funds as shall
be presCrit)el by law or by the Secretary of
Sec. 5. r And be it further enacted, Thnt it
shall be lawful for the Exchequer at the Seat
of Government, and its .several agencies, to
receive on private deposile gold or silver coin
or bullion, the property ot individuals, to be
held as in!oher cases of deposite made by in
dividuals fo cofifr'eftfonce and security;' and
to issue cert ificates of the fact of such deposite
having been made;Oiich certificates shall always-
be redcmed on prescutatiou at the agen
cy where issued. But the amount so deposit
ed, shall qejrerj exceed, in the whole, fifteen
millions of dollars, to be distributed by the
Board arnpifg its seteral agencies, according
to the exten of their business respect ifely;
nhd for issuing such certificates, no higher
premium shall be demanded lhau shall be suf
ficient to itJemuify against the hazard of loss, j
and remunerate for Ihe safe keeping thevde
posite, and in no instance to exceed the one
half of one per cenf. Bttt paper issued b the
Board and its several agencies, whether in the
form of bills or of cettificates of deposite, shall
be redecmaple only at the place where issued,
unless the board shall see cause to order oth
Sec. 6. lnd be it further enacted, That it
shall be the duty of the said Board of Exche
quer, within three months aflet lis first organ
ization, to establish such by-laws audi rules of
proceeding as it may judge expedient and
proper for the regulation of its concerns aud
the government of its agencies; and copies of
by-laws and reulatioas -hall be
laid before Congress every year at its annua)
session, f I
Sec. 7. wind be it further enacted, That
tbe Secretary of the Treasury is hereby author
ized and Idirected tOj cause to be prepared
Treasury juotes cf denominations not le.s
than five dollars nor exceeding one thousand
dollars, whj'ich notes shall be signed by the
Treasurer bf the United States and counter
signed by jthe President of the Board of Ex
chequer and made payable lo the order of the
principal agent at each agency, and shall be
by him endorsed when issued at such agency,
and whichj uotes shall be redeemable and shall
be redeenved jin gold and silver, on demand,
af the agoucy where issued; and Treasury
draw.ing.shall notV- a loneel-oe'
than thirty days from dale; and bills drawn
on places more than five hundred miles from
the place of drawing shall not he drawn for a
longer tirne than thirty days from sigh.
.3. In no instance shall more be demanded
from the "seller of such bill,- by way of interest
or exchange, than an interest not exceeding
six per cent, per annum for tlie time which
the ajd bill has to run, at a rate of exchange
never exceeding the cost of remitting specie,
and in no case to exceed two per cent. , And
it shall not be lawful for the Board of Exche
qi r, or any agency, to purchase any bill
draw n by or upon any member r officer there
of, or in which such 'member or officer shall
in any way be interested nor to receive any
deposite of any money belonging to any such'
member or officer. And no bill shall be pur
chased or-diaft ' sold at any agency, without
the assent of at least two officers of such agen
cy ; nor by the Board of Exchequer without
the assent of ttto of its members.
Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That
no agency established in any State, under the
provisions of this act shnll, contrary to any
law which such State may enact, receive any
other deposites than those of the United
States, or make or sell draft., or purchase
bills, other than such as shall be necessary in
the collection, transfer, arrd disbursement of
the public funds.-
Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That
if at any time it shall be fbtfnd necessary to
carry mi the operations of the Exchequer
Board, and its agencies hereby created, the
Secretary of the Treasury may cause lo be
prepared, issued, and de'litercd to the Exche
quer Board certificates of stock of the United
States, in the ustfrif form, bearing interest at
a rale not exceeding five per centtfm per an
num, to an amount not exceeding ;five tnil
litms of dollats, the interest of which shall be
payable semi-annually, and the principal shall
be redeemable a! the pleasure of he Govein
irient after the expiration of twenty yeara from '
the issue thereof. -And if shall be lawful for
the said Exchequer Board to sell and transfer
the said stock tor gold or silver coin, or bul
lion. And it shall be the duty of the' Exche
quer Board to provide for the punctual pay
ment of the interest on the said stock as it
shall become due, aud for the reimbursement
of the principal from the profits ahd other
means and resources of the Board and its
ageticies.i But the faith of the Government,
nevertheless, shall be pledged for the pay
ment of the interest and the ptincipal of such
Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That
the Board of Exchequer and its several agen
cies sh-jll keep separate aud distinct sets of
books, for the purpose of entering and record
ing, iu ouc set, all transections respecting
the collection, keeping, disbursing of the pub
lic revenue, and transmitting the public mo
neys from place to place for (be service of
or any of iU
use, in any way, a
posited with or belonc;:
any of its agencies, or belon,
ed States, or ctiy other person or" fiti.
ing or depoaitir-j with the said Boatd or
agency, he i: II La deemed nuiltv of feh
uiiu, on coi,v a tnereol belore nny c(nnt
of the U. ,tatc competent juridictiuu,
shall o sentenced to imprisonment for a term
not less than nor rnoro than .
years, and to a fine equal to twice tho turn or
value of tHo property embezzled.
Sec. 20. And be it further enacted, That
if any officer or inemher 6f fhe Boatd of Ex
chequer, or any of its agencies established
under the provision of this act, shall or
sign a "false certificate of a deposite bavin;;
been made with any agency, or rhall is.iuc or
shall deliver any draff or bill of exchnn-o
withouf having received the full amount tin -n;-of,
and caused the receipt of the snmn to L j
duly entered iufo the books of tho e.m r no,.,..
cy, or shall be guilty of any other malpractico
by which any responsibility of tho f trrd agency
or of the Hoard of Exchequer, or of the Unit
ed States, shall be imnronerlv crtntn! t,r in
creased, ho fchall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and on conviction thereof in ony
COUft of the United Statra of rnmnrlpnl iiiri.
diction, shall bo sentenced to imririaonmr nt
for a term not less than one vcar nor m.irr
than 6even years, aud to pay a fine equal to iLm
amcunt ot ine raise, ccrtihcnfe so givrn, or ,i
the bill or draft so issued or delivered, t, to
the amount of the responsibility so cicntcd cr
Committee of C'oiicrcs.
In od'r artitfo ot yesicniay wo tllujf.d to
the ofganiatation of the committees ns jm -senfiu
au iusuperablo bar to the introduction
of m&fsurcs for which, as a patty; th' D( tno
ctacy could be responsible. A glun r;:t !:
leading c6rrrrninces will show l or;co );ou en
tirely the Democratic side cf both brain
shorn of itiflutnce iu. lbs preparation
seutment of measures.
In the Senate, the Committee of F r !,
Bclations is composed of five member:. ?!
Buchanan, formerly tbe head of :m ui-.h
tee, is the only Democrat left on it, ;.m) !o i
put below Messrs. IUtCa and Preston, ui.tl
hedged up by Messrs. Tallmade and ( h
on the other eide. Thus bound hanc! at,
foot by opponents, he can do nothing on t
committee, or. through the coinmitlce, with i
Chamber r the Dcsrfieuts
l"he Comrniiteo on Finance, tlo rrio :
portant committee, is organized in the
way four lo one, T1.3 former abb; clu.
ot that Committee, Ilr Vi'rightof New V
is rcmotcd frtm it tV.ccihcr. T.I r 1;.!