North Carolina Newspapers

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BAYxVE, Proprietor.
T J3 It M S
OF
THE NORTH CAROLINIAN.
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dr.
St. "
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$i 50
Do if paid at the end ot G months, 3 00
Do if paid at the end of the year, 3 50
v Kates of Advertising :
' ixtj cents per square, for the first, and thiry cents
tor each subsequent insertion.
A liberal deduction will be made to advertisers' by
tha vcar.
V fcjourt advertisements and Sheriffs sales, Mill he
. enarjea 25 per c -nt. higiier than me usual rates.
.. IVll advertisements sent lor nublicatlon should -,vi
-T IDftnnmVr nt llx.-rt irill 1 nTenden. Innrkeil nnnn
Ahem, otherwise they will be inserted until forbid,
awl charsd accordingly.
m No pap:r di ico:itintied until arrearages are paid,
xcept at the ontiosi of the Edi'or.
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',: months.
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lishment, must le addressed Hoi.mks St Batnk,
J; Editors of the NorthCttrolinian, and in all cases
" post-paid.
t CT Subseribcrg wishing to make remittanc s
by mail, w':ll rrm-mher that they can do sa free of
- postage, as Po-tlmnstTs ar autiioi i.-d by laW to
?i frank letters enclosing remittances, if written by
v them-telves, or the content s known to them.
lrlce of Job Work !
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or supr royal sheet, for 30 cop cs,
lnf 50 copies,
Aid for every additional 100 eop es, 1
HOUSE BILLS, on a sheet ffoitl 12 to 19
inches square, 3 ' cpi s, 3
Ovr 18 indie, and not exceeding 30, 5
CARDS, large si 'e, sini.1 pack, " 3
Ad for every ad Jit'iO'ial pa- k, 1
Smaller si.'-s in proportion.
BLANKS, when printed to order, fir 1 quire, 2 00
And for every additional otiiic. undi-f 5. 1 00
Exeeedin 5 ouircs, 75
CIRCULARS. INVITATION TICKETS, an.
all fcinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING, executed
cheap tor CASH.
$2 5
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give me a call befolw
Hay strew
Sept. 10, 184L 13.-0y
JLrWiVV P VAN A SEGAllfcw
0i) I ucie i .r rtia i, received ami lor sale at the STfcw
October 16, 1841. -138: f Tte
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THE FOLLOWING
LINKS!
kept constantly on hand
ASli FOR SALE AT THE
CAROLINIAN OFFICE
CHECKS, on Bank of the Stale, and Cape
, l ear 1 5a ok .
P'ROSEOU HON BONDS, Supr. Ct.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
VENDI EXl'O., constables levy
commissions totak. depositions in cqui
ty, and Supr. court
APPEVRANCE BONDS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
CA. SA. Sui.r. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for AflVaT, and Assault
and Pa't'-ry, Co. and Sujt. Ct
C ERTIFIC ATES, Clk. Co. Ct.
JURY TICKETS
O'lDER. to overseas of Roads
HASTARDV BONDS
TAX RECEIPTS
AVITN'ESS TICKETS
E.TEC TMENTS -PATROL
NOTICES
LET TER of ADMINISTRATION floods
Deeds, common,
Slierifl"'. Deed,
Constables Ca. Si. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Appeal Bonds,
Equity SubptiMias,
Superior Court Fi. Fa.
County Court Sci. I'a, to
vivr judgment.
County Court Subpenas,
Superior Court Wain nt",
Bonds for CoPnl. Apprentices.
re-
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
For sale by
Nov. 10. ISH.
geo. McNeill.
(iRAYSON BUTTER.
A ra geo. McNeill.
Nov. 1 0, J 84 I .
FISH !
-n RBLS. TKIM'D HERRINGS.
JLHJHV 10 Bbls. Roe do.
jO HalfBarrels Shad.
10 Barrels Mulh-t. -TI,TT T
Frsale'bv . GEO. McNLILL.
Nov. 10, 1J41
roiVFKC TIONBB.
TTTT AS iust received a Fresh and General Sui p! y
U-U rnltwin articles, which he oilers uiw
for CaB'i, viz:
Soft shell Almonds, new crop iJU v., - ,
Palm Nut- and Filherts. Butter v.ra.kers, htnreli.
j i - i ninn s. Currants and
ana
V.IWIMI, vr.fic aim - ' . . ,
cj..:ji-t, rvr1..r Imii nJ J-anieire, co in
Common Ci-ars, Mnccboy SnuiT, Sco ch do. in
bottles, Hair P
i ...,., s.
ofLemon and P pM rmint, Oil of Cinnamon and
Ks nee of Peppermint, British Oil, Opetle!dtc, &c.
'A lar'e assortment of CORDI ALS, Pon and
Madeira V I N ES.COGN I AC B RAN DY, JAMAI
CA RUM, HOLLAND GIN. A general assort
ment of TOYS, &c. &c. ' . ..
N. B. Country Merchants and oth-rs wisluig
to purchase Con'ertinnarien, wh th. r by h .1 . sale
,r retai', will find' it to their advantage to call. 1 He
wholesale price of Candies is 2S cents per lb. re
tail pric; 35 cent per D
Favetteville, Nov. 13, 1840,
142-Ct.
State of North Carolina,
DUPLIN COUNTY,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Octo
ber Term, 1841.
1 Original Attac'-.ment Lev
J ied on one negro girl named
f Charlotte, and summoned I.
J B. Kelly as Garnishee.
IT appearing to the satodaction ot me youri mai
thePdefendant in this case is not an 'nhaluUnt
ol this State, It is therefore ordered, that publication
he made in ihe Nor h Carolinian, a newspaper prin-
Pd in Favetteille, for six week., for the saia aior
William Bonus,
vs.
Alonzo B. Williams,
to B. Williams personal! to Detnu P ' c. "iv
next Term of said Court, to be held for the County
of Duplin, at the Conrt House in Kenansvi le, on
. r . . , r t noit. then and there to
me iniru muim.j
j . . . . i
plead, answer, or replevy to said aitaci.menr o ner
I . ? . ? i Ko r-ntored against him.
wise tudsmeni nnai - - . . '
Tnd the property l yied on condemned to sal.sfy ihe
Plaint ff'a demand.
Witness James Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at
office, the 3d Monday in October, A. D. 1841, and
in tne ooiu year y ' m"J '
146 -6U
JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
FRUIT, SNUFF TOBACCO.
TtT EPT constantly on hand at the Store of the
Jfkv. Subscri'ter,
bolt and hard shell Jllmonds.
lirazil and .Madeira JWits, Filberts,
liaisons, 're$, Citron, Crackers,
.Mace, JSnhnes, Cloves, Cinnamon,
mm . .
Macaboii and Scotch Snuff.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco; Mustard.
ALSO, a ood assortment of STUART'S CEL
EBRATED STEAM UEFINED CANDY.
W. PRIOR.
Oc'ob-r 1G, 1841 138-tf
TTWTOULDrcspectndly in-
w W lorm h;s Inen 's and
the Public "tneially, that he
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
WARE MANUFAC
TORY, at his old Stand,
on Gillespie striet, a tew
!oors South of the Markit Hnu'.
All orders thankfully rect-ivd and promptly at
tended to.
Octeb. r 2, IF41. 136-6m.
THE SUBSCRIBER, Offers for
Lal, at the Store Iat I y occupied by Alessr Benbow,
& Co., on flay Street, a varn-ty of
BNGLISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN
COLOGJEafld FLORIDA WATER, BEAR'S
GREASE and OIL, ANTIQ.UE OIL POMA
TUM, CIRCASSIAN and COLD CREAM, OX
MAR HOW, PRl'STON SALTS, EXTRACTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
CLOTH, TOOTH, and FLESH BRUsHFS;
POWOER PUFFS and BOXES; RAZORS; PEN
and POCKET KNIVES; SCISSORS: SHELL
SIDE, DRESSING and l OCKET
COMBS,
Steel Pens; Pi-.ekct Books; Backrammnn Boards;
PiCh Boxes, Raturdoors iitiri Birds, Lentlemen s
Df'slnj Casi s; Hooks and Eves; Fihin Lines
and Hooks; Percussion C.ipS. (ribbed and p'ain;)
Matches; Snuffand 1 uliacco Boxes; 1 lated Corks,
for dccanteis; Maibh s; Slatts and Pencils; Wafers;
Note Pap'-r; Sun ijrl.ise: i frinitig Kings; it.
Hemmiiiir Son's dri lfd eyed Ilerdies Silver
Thimbles': Silver Ev r-point'd Pencils: Black sfttips;
Glass Inkstands and Ink; Q.ni!ls, &c. &c
-ALSO
A "ood assortment of
VIOLINS, FLUTES, AND Ff FES,
Violin Hows, Strings, Bridges, and Scrctcs;
Clarionetl Herds; Tuning Forks, and
.Music Bores.
All of which will be sold cheap f .r CAS.
W. PRIOR.
October 10, 1S4I. 1 38 tf
NEW GOODK
rtjl HE Snbsc:ibers are now receiving by the la'e
JL BTivaU f-em the North, their FALL AN D
W INTER SUPPLY OF MERCH ANDIZE, con
risting of a larjre and general assortment of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, and Um
brellas, Foolscap and J .etler Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, &c. &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Black smith" s Tools, IIolloic IVarc, $c $c
Also, a large assortment of
GROCERIES
Of alt kinds ; ail of which will be sold at the lowest
pricr for Cash, Rack-C'untry Produce, or on credit
for approved notes. The Stock i very heav and
worthy the atlerition of Country Merchants and the
public in general.
J. C. & G. B. ATKINS.
Fooi of Havmoint.
Fayctt. ville, Sept. 25, 1S41. ' 136-y.
NEWFIKM.
fniHE Sobseribers have connected themselves in
-IL the Mercantile Business, under the firm of
T. V.. G. II. ATKINS. They intend keep
inr a Hrg-e and ijeneral assortment of Merchandize,
at wholesale and retail. They will be found at the
old Stand of G. B. Atkins, where they wish to sec
their friends and customers.
JOHN C. ATKINS,
G. B. ATKINS.
Fayettcville, Sept. 25, 1S4L 136-tf.
Loco JPoco
FRICTION 3IATCHES.
FAfi GROSS, HOLMES' Improved Fric
MK tinn Matches, just received, and for
sale bv the Gross or Dozen, a snperior article, and
warrant, d. Apply to JAMES MARTINE.
A constant supply of the above kept o hand, and
will be sold low. to sell again.
Fayetteville, September 5, 1840 "-tf
of the uriT
red color from
before it passes into the heart,!
them, and nourished by food coming
stomach, courses freely through the veins, reneN
pvrrv d.i rl ol ih- nxtpiii and triinnnhnntlv mount
J l ----- . j t r j
the banner of health in the blooming cheek.
MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES have L
thoroughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign r
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitatio
Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and Head i
Kestlessness, Ill-temper, Anxuty, Languor
Melancholv, Costiveness, Diarrhtea, Cholera, Fev
of al kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of al
kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Sciirvs, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore, Scorbiric Eruption I
and Bad Complexion, Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and other disarecabb Complexions, Salt
HFieum, Erysipelas, Con.mon Colds and Iiinuenza,
and various other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; In Fever and Asne, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that in Ihe b ever anu Aue districts, Phy
sicians almost universally presciihe them.
REMOVAL.
HAVE removed to my former old Stand, one
door West of the Bnnk of Cape Fear, where I
am prepared to attend to the AUCTION AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, as usual. All orders
will be attended to.
AMOS KIMBALL.
December I, 1S41. 144-tf.
NOTICE.
rTIlIIE Subscribers having qualified as Ex
ccutors to the last will and testament of Foun
tain Lain, deceased, at the December term of Cum
berland County Court, i841: All persons having
claims against ihe sai 1 e;-tatc are requested to pre
sent them tor settlement within the tim- prescribed
by law, or this not:ce will he plead in bar of rceoveiy;
and all persons indebt d to the said estate, are earn
estly rrqui-sfed to come forward and settle the same
as longer indulgence cannot be ojven.
john 3. hall,
constant Johnson.
Dec. 7th, 1841. 14C-6t.
LANDS FOR SALE.
r'niHE SuSseribers will ex: ose for sale on a crcd
JjL it of six months, the following valuable tracts
of Land, belonging to the Estate of the late Stephen
IT II- a.-..JTL. .1 i.- I
no: : in swui in, ueci
300 At-rcs in Cumberland Con ty,
uo Diancn c.n
15 do ownfd joinily !y Hollingsworth and
Barksdale on the Ga'tberry.
SO do j billing the borne place.
-ALSO-A
few tliousand feet of -
Tli-r sale wi'l take place al the late residi nee o
Stephen Ilollingsworth, dCcd. On Monday; the I7lh
of January next
ROBERT MELVIN, )
G. T. BARKSDALE, S
Ex'rs.
December 21, 1341. 147-ts.
EXECXTTRPS NOTICE.
ALL p-rsofis having demands against the estr.te
of Stephen llollingsw o:th, deed., are reqtist
ed ti present them for payment, as it is important to
-ic-irl.iin ihf condition of said i s'ate.
ROBERT MELVIN,
G. T. IA l
December 2 1, !S4l-l47-4t
G. T. HARKSOALE,
A liM.tj Amendatory of tile several Acts es-
tablisliins tlie Treasury lieiartmeiit.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives oj the United States
in Congress assembled, That ihere sh.ill be,
and hereby is, crealed and established in ihe
Treasury Department at the seat of the Gov
ernment of the United States, a Board, to be
called the Exchequer of the LTnited States, to
he composed of ihe Secretary of the Treasury
for the lime huino, the Treasurer of ihe United
States fur the time being, and three Commis
sioners, to be appointed bv the President with
the advice and consent of the Senate; one of
the said Commissioners first appointed to be ap
pointed for two years, one for four years, and
one tor six years, and vacancies subsequent
ly oc curring, to be so filled as that one vacan
cv shall regularly occur at the end of every
period of two years; the said Commissioners
not to be removed liom olhce, except lor pny
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
lav the reason thereof before the Senate. A 'id
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. And
the Secretary of the Treasury shall have au
tboritr to appoint aU such inferior officers as
in the judgment of the Board the trausactiou
of its business may require, tne amount o
-SA
geneiaf
ted States
buro."'
andVToj
. v i
ot tne :
shall,
the said
principal
shall give b.'in
amount and in
the Treasury slv
performance ci,
Board of Excm,
shall paj;'"'-.',
thereon bv tfiei reai
and by all disbursing officers.
the Lrovern merit having authority
such drafts or orders. And every su
metit shall be made at the option of the
entitled to receive it, iu gold and silver
or in I rcasury notes.
Sec. 4. Jind be it further enacted, That
the said Exchequer and its officers i-hall per-
orn? ine amies ot commissioners ot 'Loans,
in receiving subscriptions, transferring stock.
and paying dividends and interest thereon,
Under the directions of the Secretary of the
1 rensury, anLshaIl render to the 1 reasurer
of the United States all necessary facilities
for transferring and disbursing the public funds
as shall be required by him, and shall perform
ail the duties of pension agents under the reg
ulations prescribed by the Secretary of War,
and shall render and perform all olher duties
and services in relation tathe collecting, kerp-
Mie and disbursing of the public funds as shall
be prescribed by law or by the Secretary of
the Treasury.
Sec. 5. Jind be it further enacted, J hat it
shall be lawful for the Exchequer at the Scat
of Government, and its several agencies, to
receive on private deposite gold or silver coin
or bullion, the property ot individuals, to be
held as in other cases of deposite made by in
dividuals fo'r cofrfeftfottce and sccu'rifv: and
to issue certificates of the fact of such deposite
having been made;Ohich certificates shall al
ways- be redeemed on presentation at the agen
cy where issued. But the amount so deposit
ed, shall never e.tceed, in the whole, fifteen
millions of dollars, to be distributed by the
Board among i!s several agencies, according
to the extent of their business respectively;
find for issuing such certificates, no higher
premium shall be demanded thau shall be suf
ficient to indemnify against the nazard of loss,
and remunerate for the safe keeping the de
posite, and in no instance to exceed the one-
half of one per cent. Bttt paper issued by the
Board and Us several agencies, whether in the
form of bills or of ceitificates of deposite, shall
be redeemable only at the place where issued,
unless the hoard shall see cause to order otherwise.
Sec. 6. Jind be it further enacted, That it
shall be the duty of the said Board of Exche
quer, within three months aftei its first organ
ization, to establish such by-laws and rules of
proceeding as it may judge expedient and
proper for the regulation of its concerns and
ihe government of its agencies; and copies of
all existing by-laws aud rerulatioas shall be
laid before Cougress every year at its annual
session.
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, Thai
the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby author
ized and directed to cause to be prepared
Treasury notes cf denominations not less
than five dollars nor exceeding one thousand
dollars, which notes shall be signed by the
Treasurer of ihe United States and counter
signed by the President of the Board of Ex
chequer, and made payable to the order of the
principal agent at each ageucy, and shall be
bv him endoised when issued at such agency,
and which notes shall be redeemable and shall
be redeemed in gold and silver, on demand,
at the agency where issued; and Treasury
t
nve nunarfc Jm
uiaiy.iiig.Miuu y n iongefcie
than thirty days from dale ; and bills drawn
on places more than five hundred miles from
the place of drawing shall not be drawn for a
longer time than thirty days from sight.
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 percent, per annum for the time which
the said bill has to run, at a rate of exchange
never exceeding the cost of remitting specie,
and in no case to exceed two percent. And
it shall not be lawful for the Board of Exche
quer, or any agency, to purchase any bill
drawn 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 di aft 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 ofttvo of its members.
Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That
no agency established in any State under the
provisions of this act shall, contrary to nny
law which such State may enact, receive any
olher deposites thau those of the United
States, or make ot sell drafts, or purchase
bills, other than such as shall be necessary in
the colleclion, transfer, and disbursement of
the ptrblic funds.-
Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That
if at any time it shall be found necessary to
carry en the operations of the Exchequer
Board, and its agencies hereby created, the
Secretary of the Treasury may cause to be
prepared, issued, and delivered to the Exche
quer Board certificates of stock of the United
States, in ihe Usiml form, bearing interest at
a rate not exceeding five per cenHfm per an
num, to an amount not exceeding hre tnil-
ions of dollats, the interest of which shall be
pnVahte semi-annually, and the principal shall
be redeemable a! the pleasure of the Govern
intnt after the expiration of twenty years 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 ihe Exche
quer Board to provide for the punctual pay
ment of ihe interest on the said stock as it
shall become due, aud for the reimbursement
of the principal from the profits and other
means and resources of the Boaid and its
ageucies. But the faith of ihe Government,
nevertheless, shall be pledged for the pay
ment of the i nt ere-1 and the ptiucipal of such
stock.
Sec. 14. And be it further enacted. That
the Board of Exchequer and its several agen
cies sh-jll keep separate aud distiucf sets of
books, for the purpose of entering and record
i nil, in one set, all transactions' respecting
its
El jfr
1
any
or any of
use, in any way. a
posited with or belon
a ny of its agencies, or belon
ed States, or fell nihr Mnnn
. . . . - -
miT Aa rinnli.lllliM K.ilL . 7 J n 1
agency, d$ csau bo deemed euilty of felon v.
and, on coyktian thereof before any court
of Ihe U. Stalerf competent jurisdiction,
shall be sentenced to1 imprisonment for a term
not less than nor more than . .
years, and to a fine equal to twice the sunt or
value of the property embezzled.
Sec. 20. Jind be it further enacted, That
if any officer or member 6f fhe Board Of Ex
chequer, or any of its agencies established
under the provisions of this act, shall give or
sign a false certificate of a deposite having
been made with any agency, or phall issue or
shall dwliver any draff or bill of exchange
without having received the full amount there
of, and caused the receipt of the same to be
duly entered iuto the books of the san e ageu
cy, or shall be guilty of any other malpractice
by which any responsibility of the said agency
or of the Board of Exchequer, or of the Unit
ed States, shall be improperly creatwj or in
creased, he shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and, on conviction thereof iu any
court of thetJuited States of competent juris
diction, shall bo sentenced to imprisonment
for a term not less than one year nor more
than seven years, and to pay a fine equal to the
amount" of the false certificate so given, or of
the bill or draft so issued or delivered, or to
the amount of the responsibility so created or
increased.
Political.
Committee of .'6iicres.
..--. i. 4 ....
in oar article ot yesterday we alluded to
the organization of the committees as pre
senting au iusuperahle bar to the introduction
of ftieasures for which, as a party, the Demo
cracy could be responsible. A glance at tho
leading corrrniittees will show at once how en
tirely the Democratic side of b.-ith branches ia
shorn of iuflueoce iu the preparation r pre
sentment of measures. .
Iu the Senate, the Committee 'of Foreign
Relations is composed of five members. M r
Buchanan, formerly the head of the commit
tee, is the only Democrat left on it, and ho i
put below Messrs'. Rives and Presfon, and is
hedged up by Messrs. Tatlmadgeand Choato
on the other aide. Thus bound hand and
foot by opponents, he can do nothing on th?
committee, mr through the committee, with lh
Chamber or the Departments.
11m Committee on Finance, tho most ir
nnrtant rnmm5l! in orcanirerl in tho n- r.
' ' ct ...... j - - ... ' ' . . - j
the collection, keeping, disbursing of the pub- way our to one. The former able chau man
lie revenue, and transmitting the public mo- ot that Committee, Mr Wright of New York,
neys from place to place for (be service of lis removed frm it altogether. Mr Evans is
    

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