' ''tvVonfc r(.r'nnnrA ft.-h F.c nri.l ',iUl6) t""'"1, W.uaPJ viiKiuwn, I IYi- r .VAPt"fTJ.L." i -4. the defendant.' Sallv Sfn.irf. i- nnt iPir ihbahit. I TT W A VRUPPRIVUn ,:nrf Aiwni. at-l rA V mAtiovJ a If.4 . .
I ; V " T,J I ... VWXI I "1 wz?.'T- -- J f ...... . j . ' J V I. II - - -fw- -t wua v " " r " F ft CUI u wu Ji AWW F . MM w IVUUOU Uiu&A 4 . i A ...
I aifi.v '!... "IT ' - -------- -.-if" l intvi -u; c?rt. ;t : t . a.-. i i- 111
i v. 7i b iii Lr lj i -t ii ""k ui una old u.iLis i iiurciDrp nniirni nnn sritntirr. i u
r cacj5viut7ii insertion.
L.fjberal dedpeti oft wilt be lnatTcto ailvcrtiscrs by
Court ad vdrtiscmcnts anil- SWriTs sales, will be
c!iar'rfci! 25 per ten(liiitlier tban the tisual ratrs.
t All advertisements sent for pubtlcatiou shoiild have
i s ;f ? tlib;nu'iiiKcriCinsert iotVs i nicrfiled i marked tipon
f c I t h a n , W I 'H w i 4e'(hs s , ' r II i; - iuVt-rJt c'l jxnt i I fori
i . No jjacMjUco'iitiiiiicd oiitJUrramtire paid,
j 4;xcptatTie;iitio,of the E"Hr"or.'; 'C, "
rbecived for less than twelve
.fc-TOpt at'tlie. t
' 'jSo, iJiibscriPtiun
months. ' . "
JtJJLettcrs onjiusinoss connected with this cstab-"
iiMhiiicnt must !o aihlrep?ed IIoi.m us k I'avnk,
E litot of ihei North-Carolinian, and in all cases
Jot-puid. "j ; -
f it3J' Subserihers wi.diin to make remittanc s
y rnaif, will ronu inher lhat ihry can do so free of
5ta.', as -'Post masters ar'- aut'.iori.ed by hCw tj
Varikl lotti-rs eiK'hisin remittances, H" written - by
'tiie'niie!vc9,.r Ibectlntcois known to them, j
i. , ." lrirc lf .lob Work:
HANI) HILLS, incit ed ion a rnrdumi, royal,
or .suprr toy a I shovl, flr 30 i-opies, $2 S(
1W .".It ( Upir-- . 3 T)0
A 'id for rwrv add it iuml 100 cics,
I lOliSi: DILL'S, ii u short from I 2 to
inclie s jii.i re, 3i copies,
(.)v'r H ilK lirs, and nof -.f ( 'iii!.' 3v,
CARDS, Ijirirc'siV, sin v'l pnek, '
A'n-d Tor every additional pa k,
Sinalh-r si.os in promi tioii.
IIL ANKS, wheif printtd to order, fir t ipiire, 2 jOit.
And f-.r ev-i v addil i'liial jiihe, unh r , J ' 00
K.ccdi:i" r Miiiej,S ' : 7'
CIIUiMILAUS, INVITATION TICK UTS,!- ani!
all.kiirds of IJOOlv JUli P1U NT1 NO , executed
cheap for XSll.
; ' i - -'--
1 I Till-: FOLLOWING
:: . V) I A NxK S!
Kept ; constantly on hand;
i A N i, i-on sai.i; AT TIIK j
- h Carolinian orncE: j
... CHUCKS, on liank of the State, and Caje
i : K'ar I'ank. !
IIMIOSKCUTION r.ONDS, Supr. Ct. ?
M AltIM AC.lv LICENSES
i VEND I EXPO., constables levy
T IV, and Supr. court
JWIUTS; Superior and Co. Ct. v
. CA. SASupr. Ct. 1 ,
i INDICTMENTS for A Array', and Assault
and. HaHrry, Co. and Sup.
,CEU TIFICATES, Clk. Co.Ct. -JUICY
TICKETS' . 1
'T-' C!?OriPEftS ir oVirMcers of Roads
. . iJASrAltDV 1IONIXS
I TAX It EC E II v r S 1
WITNESS TICKETS i
1 ' PAT IH L. NO TICED
;.m t , LET TEIIS of A DMLNlSTUA TION IIoikIs
Con.sl ildes Cn. S i. I3oiuls,
Do Dclivcrv do
A ppeal Bonds, 11
Superior Court Fi.
Couiutv Court Sci.
vive judinienl. ' ' .
County Court Suhpa nas,
Superior Court W:u rrnt.i, 1
Uomls for Col'id. A:pfeit5ees.
in, is ii.
HOUSK CARPENT.ERINO. l-'
IIF Sobscriber iespe-tfully informs the citizens
of layeMi'viHe, and its vicinity, tlml lie has
commenced the above business in tins place, aiul
ly despatch and punctuality, hopes tomerit a liberal
nhar' of public patronage. SOLOMONS.
P. S. Per,s(us from 'the up-country, can be sup
plirl wilh dwurs, llinds ;md s.ibes, door and win
dow I rauics, at shortest notice and on iiost reasoti
able tef ins. I
;r' r?He will be found at all times at the Jack ?
son Hotel, Liberty 'Point,
f Jailu iry y, LSU.
Macabbu and. Scotch Snuff',
Smoftinarand Chiwind Tobacco; JWusiard.
ALSO, a cood a?sSrtnitnt of STUART'S CEL-
L.URATED STJEA1I liEl'INKi ( ANJ)Y.
tt - I W. PRIOR.
ArVE now'on hand, and for Sale atrerf itc
J4he Old Sta nd of Not Starr, mj FAL3U, and
ant of UiisStatb. lt is thcrcforR rdproil nnd udm.trr.
SJ inc -Jout,lit-paWication be made m ihei WINTER SUPPLY, consistins of V Jf x
ii a ' n 1 :- -.. i A i j" iA
frth Carolinian, a patHr nrintel in tlva town of
"ajcttpville, and. Id the North Carolina Standard, a
pfperiirintpdfnthocity of Raleigh, for thrcemofHhs,
-. - ' ; i . j
will ke- p Em
LOOK AT THIS.
V HOUSE has been thoroughly repaired., I
tcrtainment. at very p-duced pri-
i ii 1.1.. i. ....... 1 1 . . . . . . ..I f i . .
t KS, ailtl OC iau U WtllmiH; iiiu iLiuiii ui :iijr 11 luiiu
and customers. Call and sec. ; v
, 1 E. SMITH.
1 Fayetteville, October 13, 1811. 1 3H,t f
4 .M v House is on the corner of Gillespie and Mum-'
.ford Streets, convenient to the. .Market, and near the
State liank. 1 E.;S."
, ;s r-. : :
TAKEN W j
" A ND committed to the Jail of
W Cumberland county, on: Fri
dav the 2th of January IaH, a
NEGUO MAN who say? his
name is SIMON, and belongs to
John Lipscomb of South Carolina.
Said neijro is well known about
this place he was carried oil by
MrThoiras L. Whitlock. Simon
about five feel and half I114I1, dark complcction.
The owner of said slave is hereby notified to come
S rward, prove property, pay charges and takq him
nwnv 'or he will be dealt with as the l.ov ihrects.--'i
p,.i.5.nri-o 1fit-2.-l51-tf Jailor.
A , -
A DWELLING HOUSK and
LOT, situated in a healthy part of the
Town, on the corner of Moor and Me
chanic Streets.1 A good' bargain 'will
i. nit-en if amdietl for soon. C. CAISUN.
March -2r. 1812, '. .!"'-.
1 1 f
BBLS. TUI31-D H E RUING S.
10 libls. Roe do.
jO Half Carrels Shad. 1
10 Barrels Mullet.
rS2- -FS: ATTCnTLDrcPncrtfuIIv in- PiCS, : mar, or mesa, u
Public general ly that he
continues td carry on the
Ticv & sheet iron
f-frvr... rr r on
TORY, at his old Stand,
Gillespie street, a few
ooors oumi ol I lie Jl.ifkiu hoiho,
All orders thankfully rJeeivcd and promptly at
0eteher2, fPll. 13G-Gm.
Ul . S. district
FOR N01LT1I CAROLINA.
At Ciiaihef.hs iv IFatettkvili.e.
3rd February 1812.
and Rules arc adopredby
"1111 fo'Iowinxr Fo tii?
Hie Court, v y.
FORM OF PE l l lUClN BY BANKRUPT.
of Hie Vtiilcd Stales
.Yo'rlfi Cavcli na.
of the Count yjofj and Town of
Td Ihe Disrid Cvitr
the Vis trie I of
j he live in a town, ap id
'in ij; debts winch have n
nijnce of a defajcation as
ecUtor, administ rater, irnai
owfcs tlebts, and is. under engagements which, he is
unable to meet, and that
tlu Court for the benefit
Acil to establish a umtori
liirouhout the United Sta'
trill. Ami the Petition
CcfUit, that the schedule
tested by him, contains:aeordinr to the best of his
knowledge and lieliel a Ii.-fl
the places oftheit respect
lioiis, and the amount fiiiej
era t ion of their indebtedn
further states to the Con ro,
ed B. j contains, -accordi nil
letle, inlorrnalion, and be
rviof his property, rights, iJnd credits of every name,
kind and description, and
i and every parcel aild port ion thereof.
tteville, N. C, Ijbniary2, 1812
lb? true date and place J
The above deseri-bed A.
t tc uie, and in my
mxr l etition ,nnc ny ins oil
mf, versified the same.,
describe bis occupation
Petition rcpresr nls io jhe,Conit, that be is ow-
X been'created m conse-
a public oflic er, or as ex
dian, or trustee: that he
le -accordingly app'ies to
ol the Aet, "entitle d " An
m system of Bankruptcy
es," passed August tilth,
r fun her states to the
marked Aj and duly at
ovrii ins crc(Utirs, wiin
c residences and occupa-
to each, and the consid
ess. And the Petitioner
jhat the schedule mark
to the best of his know-
lief, an accurate invento
he location ami situation
B. ill's day:appcared be-
pr''seiiee siioseri lied tlie ioreo-
tjklduty ainiinistcreu by
there 'be no . Commissioner for the County,
io MiaIilicalion may
I iee of the Peace. )
When more convffnicn
inyeuto'ry of debts and ffi
lafs riiav be embraced in
ji: before a J.udircor Jus
te the Petitioner, and the
cts is small, these, partic
he Petition, and t!ie sep-
arlite'schedule dispensed wilh.)
Schedule .2. referred tv in the foregoing Vc-
i it ion
JDebts owing by : the Pf titioncr A. B., vii: For
cxfiinple To C. D., Melchant. residing in
the isiim of SloO, on ace
;ifd delivered by him to mtj the
To t- of- Fanlier, $100
tfa ri n dat? the
should be very lescriptivi
sideratioh, person, and si
Mertifieatc d'versificatioti same as 10 thc-Pe-tfiion.
Schedule H. referred lb in tlie foreLrolntr Pc-
1 1-. tl -i ' " ... ; " f
r-f- :!; 3 . "
.'Pile property of the Pet
oWtng partieuhus, viz:
)?rj4onals, filescrihe. and
iglits and credit-, t he houschod and kitchen tur
itioner consists r. ft he fol-.
Real Estate, describe.
state all debts, claims.
i if lire situated in
artiih s, set thtin f. r'h,
iops and other., family st
btoks or library of the 'Petitioner, to wit.
If Pclt.itioner will be carlful to
iiivjntorv the paiticnlar
tljey may be known aiul t
ilTllie IVtitioo must bd
abbrcyiali"'!! of words, ai
fijiers subscribed thereto
M CERTIFICATE O
l; , ' of lEditoJ
B., a ha hkrupt notice, pu
.thjtii matter of A
the order of the" District
day of , has been rqgularly publisheil on coii-
sei-utive days of publfcatid
newspaper, to-wit: from
the!- day of- inc
unt for increhaadize, sld
Tins I st
as to tune, amount, con-,
onsistni'j: of the loliowmg
dave, describe, provis-
res, c o n s s t i n g of
Iiscriminate on his
of his property, t:o that
ikeu in posesslou by me
plainly written, without
d the names of the Pcti-
j or Publisher, of"-
, i certify lhat in
-ourt of the United States
District of North Carolina," dated the
weeks in said
-day of to
!j NEW fJOODS.
FFllllE Subscribers are- now receiving by the late
U arrivals from the Mortli", their FALL AND
WINTER SUPPLY OF MERCH ANDIZE, con
sistin" of a larce and en ral assortment of
( HARD W Alt E AND CUTLERY, ;
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, antl Uni
brelas, Foolsca "i and J .etter Pa- J
; cr, Drugs a id Medicines,
i Paints and D e Stuffs, Sad-
I dies, Bridles, &c. &c.
1 CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
JXlaclsmiltis Tools; Ilollow IVarc, $c. $-c.
J Also; a lare assortment of v :
Of all kinds : all of whiclij
pfices for Cash, Back-cou
tir approved notes.
wprtliy me airenuon ot e
pf Dlie in general
will be sold at the lowest
ltry Produce, or on credit
Th(J Stock is very heavy, and
untry Merchants and the
I ' I .' .
iFayctteville, Sept. 25, l!
G. B. ATKINS.
Foot of Havmount.
LL ihose having
Franklin Library Society wilF please hand
tlem in to tbe L.ioranan
tlie Society will change i
bfary dcparlmcnf, which inakes it doubly imtortant
"tliat the books should alltte brought ini. A failure
pt once, as a recent act of
e government of the Li-
books, belonging to the
tr comply with the above; notice .will betaken as
tlc fullest evidence that tlie books are designed to be
appropriated io private ue. . ,
1 By order of the Society.
3 Buggy Gigs,
8 Spring Wagons and . -.
3 Cliain Wagons.
Also, a very large assortment -of
work which we are daily finishing.
Also a general assortment of
Coach-Maker's materials kept
constantly on hand and for sale.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine their work, as they feel confident they
can make their work as well, and sell it as low as
,itcanlje had from an v tegular Northern Establish
All woik made and sold by them is warranted 12
months, and will be repaired without charge, if
they fail by bad workmanship or materials.
Repairing neatly executed at short notice, nnd on
Orders thank fully received, and promptly attend
Fa y ctl ev ille, Mar. 20, 1 84 ?. 56-tf.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
& PIKENIX BITTERS.
for scde at the I'ost Office at Lumber Ion by
JOHN N. DORR, .''g en, eye., $-.
FfThesc Medicines are indebted for their name to
jJL their manifest and sensible action in purifying
the springs and channels of life, and enduing them
with renewed tone and, vigor. In many hundred
certified cases which have been made public, and in
almost every species -of disease to which the human
frame is liable, the happy effects of MOFFAT'S
LIFE PILLS. AND PHCF.NIX 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 whieh they consrquently act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommend themselves
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 cdnstantly settling around them ; and to remove
tlie hardened fleees which collect in the convolu
tions of lhenieillcst intestines. Other medicines
only partially cleanse these, and leave such collect
ed masses behind as to produce habitual coslivc
ness, wit'i all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhtea,
with its imminent dangers. Tfiis fact is well known
to all regular anatomists, who examine the human
bowels after death ; and hence the prejudice of those
well informed men against quack medicine- or mcd
Fciires prepared and heralded to the public by igno
rant persons. The sr coud c fleet ol the L'le Mcd
iemes is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and
by this means, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which entirely depends upon the regularity
of the urinary organs. The blood, which takes its
red color from the agency of tbe liver, and the lungs
before it passes into t he heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from a clean
stomach, courses freely through the. veins, renews
every part of the system, and triumphantly mounts
the banner -of health in the blooming check.
M OF FAT'S LIFE MEDICINES have been
.thoroughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign rem
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitation of
I. Peart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and Head ach,
Restlessness,. Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhoea, Cholera, Fever
of-ib kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of all
kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Scurvs, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore, Scorbutic Eruption
and Bad Complexion1', ErupfivcCompIaints,aIlow
Cloudy, and other disagreeable Complexions, Salt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Common Colds and Influenza,
and various other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; In Fuvcr and Ague, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that ill the Fever and AirUc districts, Phy
sicians almost univcrs. illy prescribe them.
Trimmer and Harness Maker.
nrB'EGS leave to inform the public, that he is pre
.ULP pared, to do all kinds of C A RIU AGE TlilM
MING and HARNESS MAKING, in shoi'Hinie;
and on the most reasonable terms for those who 'may
favor him with a call.
He has now on hand and for sale at reduced
price?; I .
Elegant Brass and Silver-mounted
Gig and Sulkcy ditto, ditto,
Buggy ditto, ditto,
Japan Gig and Carry-all ditto,
Ivory-mounted Trotting Whips,
Gig and Wagon Whips,
Wagon Bridles and Collars,
Riding Whips and Spurs,
Saddle Bags, . ,
Bridles and Martingales; j
Coach Lace and Morocco, ,
Knobs and Tacks,
3 Gig and Barouche Topsj and second
hand carriages, &c.,-Repaired on the mostreasona-ble-ternis,
and at short nntice.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended
! All work
if it fail by
Fayetteville, April27, 1841. 114-tt
WITNESS Duncan G. McRae, Clerk of said
Court, at Ofilcp at Fayetteville, the seventh Mon
day after the furth Monday in September, A. D.
1841, and ol American Independence the 66th
year. ; -' 'r
154-3m, s D. G. McRAE, C. S. C.
NOTICE. ' .;.
MAYING Removed my business entirely
from Fay est ville, I hereby give notice to all
persons indebted; to pie, that they will save costs" by
callinir on Messi-!. S. &: R. S. Cain, and making
immediate payim-nton their notes and accounts due
SAMUEL A, M1MS.
me. , -
Fayetteville, M. b.
done by me repaired without charge
lair usage in a reasonable length ol
1 Keg Zante Currants,
1 " Tamarinds, '
11 G dozen beet Mustard,
2 do Lemon Syrup,
1 do GnavaJell3
1 cask superior OLD PORT WINE,
100 lbs. Scotch Snuff in bladders,
I Jar Maccoboy Snufi.
IS hereby givn to;dl persons indebted to the Es
tate of the hrjtc Fountain Lain, to make imme
diate payment to! thersubscribers, and all persons
having claims against said Estate to present them
duly proven for settlement. All persons owing said
Estatej and not setllins in, the course of sixty days,
may expect to li if d .their notes and accounts in the
hands of 'an ofliccr for eolk'ction.
HALL JOHNSON, Surviv ing Partners
and Executors to the last Will and 1 es-
J lament of said F. Lain.
March 12, 181.-159-G
J. r..- & E. G-33
ME TUBN Jbhr thanks for the liberal Pationage
they have! recei v d and take pleasure iii in
forming their Friends and Customers, that they con
tinue, to Manufacture all kinds of U ATS, also, to
keep a supply fr)in the most Fashionable Factories
in New York, aijid 'Philadelphia.'
I --.7 .NO - !
FURS, .-HATf-TRlMMlNGS &c. &c.
ICj Wanted, fat the above establishment, one or
two journeymen Jialtcrs. '
March 12, 18l. 1 40-y
P IjANT E It3SH0 'mij,
FOO'i' OF HAYHfOUNT,
ana onoes, ijoitoipn"
- - ....
9 50 bas COFFEE.
Loaf and Lump SUG.R,
Pepper, Spce and Ginger,
J00 kegs Nuils,
50 bags Shot,
100 kegs White Lead, .
60 boxes Window Glass, f
18 boxes Raisins. !
Which will be sold at low prices for Cash or Coun
JOHN D, STAR IS.
f ni H F. Subscriber having qualilil at the March
IL .Term, i0, ot Cumio-rlarid County Court; as
last will and testament of Ncill Mc-
Lra'n,. deceased, hereby notifies all jiersons having
claims ,against said estate to present them duly
proved within the lime preseribedj law, and those
indebted are requested to-come forward and pav up.
A. A. M cKET H A N, Executor.
Fayetteville, frlan h 25, 1842 152-4.
WOULD inrorm the citi
zens of Fayettcvdle,.
and ihc public generally, that
he has located himself in Fiiy
cttcvillje, in the store adjoin
ing Mr. Jami-s BakcrTs, where
lie- intends to ;;irron the
M ATCl I and JEW 11 tAl Y
RIJSINJKSS, in ajl its vaQms branches; ami from
his long experience, 'doe's not hesitate to sa, that he
can. give entire sat iafaetion to thoe who may livor
him with their custom.
He is prepared to MANUFACTURE any article
in the way of Jewelry, having a complete set of
Tools fur the purpose.
Paitieuhr attention will be paid to the REPAIR
ING OF WATCHES, and any part of the same
that may be deficient will be made- new, and war
ranted to perform well for one year. f
November 12 1811 142tf -
FOil AI K. By mistake I have
come info tiossession of tico boutid copies 6f, thy.
Congressional Globe, 27th Congrsj, and . would be
rBIllIv subscriber; having opened that i large and
fiL Connnodioiifa House oil Hay Street, known as
the PLANTER'! HOTEL, is now prc(v.ircdsLlo ac
eoinniodafc Boarders and Traveller upon moderate
terms. She trusts that strict .attention, and her inti
mate acquaintance with the business, will ensure a
liberal pottion ofj the patronage of the, public ihe
table will be furnished with the best the Market afr
fords, and the stables with careful and attentive Ost
lers, j . v
1 ANN BROWN.
November 13, S4l.. 112-y.
.1. & J. KYLE
HAVE jut received from the
North, a large and splendid assort
ment of SljlilNG and SUMMER
I Itj'Y GOODS.
Jlnlflng which arc
Superfine Printed" Lawns; 2,000 pieces jrinfs;
rich French Silks:, pi .i in and figured; Irish Linens;
Lawns and Diapers; Linen Drilling; Georgia Nan
kins; 3-4 and G-4 blceehed and brown Domestics;
pron Checks; (ofton and ; Silk Hose; Kentucky
Jeans, and Bolting Cloths; with many other articles
in the Dry' Coodijl line. All ef which, being jmr
cbased fur Cash, fjyt Hkj late Paekao Sab s, are iiow
ollered at REDUjjCED PRICES, by wholesale oV
retail, i - ' -j . - ., '
Match 20 lS4.tlGf-tf.
State of XortliCaroIiiia-i-Cumberland county.
Court of P j eas rind Quarter Sesssons.
March Term, IS42.
Thomas J. Corlrs vs. Thomas L. Whithu k, Orig
inal Attachment, levied on Simon, a slave, the
! x property of the. defendant.
ORDERED :by the Court that the slar levied
on as d fctdant's piopcr'y be cond mned sub
ject to PlaintifPsjjfin'al recovery, and that advertise
inent bo'-imde for tbe spate yfsix weeks in the
North Caniliiijaiji for the dj.ifcndaiit to apje.ir at the
next Tcim of thil Court to tic bold en tor the County
of Cumberland, ai tin- Court House in Fayetteville,
on the firH Mondayof June next, and rejdevy and
plead, or iud men! f ' f I betaken against, him.
WITNESS--Jiijiu'-McLaiirin Cbrk of said Court,
at Office, the firt Monday of March, Anno Dom
State ot North Cj:ol i n a C u inbe rla ml Count3-.
Court of Plcak and Quarter Susions.
March Term, 1842. j
Haywood Gainey, Exparte, Petition for partition
of the Laiios otr Abram Crainey, dec.
T appearing jjfo-' trte' satisfaction of tho Court
that Cullen Gainev, No l Gainey, Riley Gainev
and Kidey, Wife, of Arcliibald Andrews, h irs at
Law of Al-rain Gai,,r3V deceased., are not inbnbi
tants of this State, it-is therefore ordcretl that publi
cation he made iii thcNorth Carolinian for six suc
cessive weeks, fir the said -heirs at law of A brum
Gainey, deceased, to appeaf at the next term of this
Court to be hehl for th'e Coimty of Cumberland, at
the Court Houseful Fayvtteville, on the' first A I on
day of June net, and make themselves jiartics to
tins petition, othfrwise the-matters therein set forth
will be taken ro!bonlcsso us to them anda partition
decreed accordingly, i ? ! -' '
WITNESS John McLaurin Clerk or the said
Court at Officd in Fayetteville, the first Monday
in March, 1S42, and in tlie 6Gth year of American
Indeicndcnce. JNO. VlcLAURIN.
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HV For sale by GEORG EMcNE
Fb. 12, IS12.4
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WM. H. BAYNE, Carolinian Oflicc.
I). K. McRAE,
.Attorney at Laic, Payellcvillr, JV. C,
MAVlNG returned from his mission to Mexico,
will resume the practice of Law in tbe Coun
ties of Duplin, Wayne, Cumberland, and the Supe
rior Courts of Blad ii. He will also att nd to cases
ol Bankruptcy at Chambers. .
April 0, 1842. 163-lf. .
"Paper 3Ioney iianks. ,
It is a (question with us whether the paper
money Banks do most harm, when they pay
specie, or when they suspend payment; To
those who have never studied the principles of
"the system, this may seem n very strange
question, but When they reflect on the fact that
it is during the time they nrej paying specie,
that the Banks lay the foundation of thcevils
we suffer during the time ol suspension, they
may deem the question not unworthy of Con
sideration. Perhaps Ave shall be referred to the condi
tion ol the city of New York as evidence of
the advantages that arise from the Banks pay
ing specie. In IVew, York, last year, between
900 and 1000 uow houses were erected; , and
in Philadelphia between 1300 and 1400. All
that this proves is, that the prosperity of the
country is so deeply seated iii natural causes,
that neither specie paying o non specie
paying Banksff cati prevent the increase of
wealth and population. , (
There iss much distress in Philadelphia. -3-s
there less in New York? Since the re
sumption of specie payments, ihe paper cur-
F renoy of that State has increased in one year
at the rate ot 90 per cent., increased in the
year following at the rate of 25 per cent., and
decreased iiir the succeeding at the rate of 40
per cent. Such fluctuations must necessarily
have caused the ruin of huudreds and of thou
sands; but as 'Mho Bniiks continue tu-pay
specie," their ruin is attributed to some other
cause than banking operations.
"The doctrine," says Lord Liverpool,
"that nothing' is better than a paper circula
tion convertible into coin, is true to this, ex
tent that if convertible into coin, the evil
will cure itself; whilst one not convertible wifl
lead to nothing but ruin. But how is the cure
to be operated?,,; By the downfall of thousands
and hundreds of thousands, and the convul
sion of all kinds of property. It is true that
the,evil carries its own cure,, but with such
terrible consequences that the cure is worse
than the evil."
The notion lhat so long a the Banks pay
specie, the amount of currency is just the same
as it would be if only gold and silver coins
wcrq permitted to circulate, is all an illusion.
Paper money is, even in its best estate, as
Dr. Witherspoon used to say, "about as good
a measure of value as a woollen thread would
be of length'." Under a hard money system,
our currency would never fluctuate more than
five per cent, per annum; seldom more than
one, or perhaps a half percent. With Bauks
paying specie, it may, as appears from the N.
York returns, and other evidences, fluctuatc20,
30, or 40 per cent, i
' So long, however, as the Banks pay specie,
the illusiou is complete. Because the Bank
dollar never clianges its name, the people think
it never changes its value,
comrr ."ctal paper. vj'.Thb'n 'Iij.pscnlo'crci net
aeiuc j uy n ur entering; itiio cciuracts, .zz U-
' Wil n ihu Balika do n ol .pay f pec iol r !
It;oiri?.evcfyr' man's loaf cf brc V gccs u
Bankstsr lo ihe rJ x I '7 -V" tl " '
be.takeu bodily irom a.pian, and ycHtc;-
bo done so dexterously that it may be impos
sible for him to tell ; how he lost his bread, .ct
who has got it. v .
Wedo notsay, abofofetv,toa paper money
Banks do more harm when tney are paying
specie, than when itikf are in a' state cf sus
pension: we only say the question is worthy
of coiisffleralionJ j The immediate,' sensible,
palpable evils, are certainly greatest,-. when tho
Banks are in a state of suspension: but thesa
eVils arc no without; theiridvantnges, inas
much as- they make tbosejeel who cannot rea
son, and thus oj)en their. eyes to the nature of
the system. Where the Banks pay specie, tho
illusion is so complete' mat hut few even ot
those who have the p'ovvef fo'r6ason, will make
a prd'per use of thaf-poVer. The delusive ap
pearances of prosperity which are occasioned
by expansions, dedefre; them in common with.
the rest of the multitude, and when contrac
tions conie, hs come itiky must, they are apt to
attribute the rufn whfch follows (a any thing
but its true catfs6; -
For the last twenty years, the Banks of
great Britain and; Ireland have paid specie,
and while so doing, have, to use the language
of Lord Liverpool, "caus6d the downfall of
thousands and hundreds of thousand, and the
convulsion 6f all kinds of property."
With these views of the subject,' we cannot
engage heartily in a scheme 6f Bank reform,
which looks merely (6 a resumption' of specie
payments. It would1 be only substituting one
ibrmj of evil for another. The people ought
not to rest satihljcd short of a radical reform,'
namely, the substitution of hard, money and
bona fide bills of j exchange, for paper Bank
promises. Gauge's Journal;
Studies for Congress.
YVe cut the following from r Ph ita f pfi irt
' 4 toy ui
?ilirnrp0Ti tue ioukut
It, becomes the people (o tto r.pecffuf'iri
their auimadversipns upon rfie n?gh legislative
bod ies of our country ; but when those bo
dies, or one of them, as is more particularly
the case at present,; by j a long series of paltry
discussions, and uproarious debate, and culpa
ble neglect of the public interests, place them
selves in . the position Avrrfch; the second
branch of Congress htirs ribw taken, we eel
absolved from all the cdurtCsres due to their,
station, 6'ecause ttVey themselves, by their owil
self-disrespect, haVe thfowfr ofcrloquy upon the
nation, rind cut trremsefves oflTfrom its regards.
They have proved themselves insensible
to the expostulations of honor and patriotism;
let them now feel the goad i tigs of ridicule and
satire if pttehance those may drifc them info
action: . -; : " -. i !
tltmportan t Questions for fcd'ngress to dis
cuss and settle at once. Iri Politics. Itere
a crow's nest crsed for a ballot-box, and the
eggs for ballot baits, arid should one of these
eggs hatch after berng deposited, and the bird
fly away ought the shell, o the bird, or cither
to be counted iii footing up the fcallot?
In; senlirnenU W hich is the most senti
mental looking object-i a Crow, Mind in Cm e
eye, drawing mathematical diagrams in thp
sand, or an owl seated on an Egj'ptian obelisk
In JSatural History. W ill a grasshopper
that has lost his tail, by accidcnl or otherwise
sing?',,,. ;.i f - ' .'-- ,' -
In Meteorology. Are the atmospheric laws
.which govern a tornado,- tho same as those
which rcguftfte a tempest in a fecpot.?
In JYatural Philosophy. Can af ghost cast
a shadow?- if so, is it jthe ghost or its"shadow
that vanishes at the crowing of a cock?
In ltchthyology. ' Why is it thtit a porpoiso
never turns his tail to the tf'inuV By whatlav
is it that tho shark Compels the little pilot fish
to move just before him, and point out his pad;
through the occarr. L j .
Political Economy. If Adam and Eve
had used palm-leaves, instead of fig leaves for
garments what is thp amount of labor fhey
would have Isnted in sewing them together ?
In Legislation. What is the difference
between the condition of a member of Con
gress, whojis waiting to make a" speech, and
that of one of Job's cdmforters, who sakl rs
was ready to spirts
Why docs a fly, ffoing t6 bed
Sleep with hi tailjabove his head
When all these j primary and fuudamejilai
questions snair nave oeeu discussed and set
tled by Congress, rt would be well perhaps to
give some attention tp a bankrupt Treasury,
and a ruined nation ?
Keeping. oitDErt. During, the fftmultuotis
discussion of a bill for the relief of the people
in the Legislature of Indiana a motion was
made and carried, 'Jorjdering the door-keeper
to fetch a basket of .brick-bats, to aid the
Speaker in keeping older in the House.
Would not the lower House of Congress
despatch more of their masters' business, if
tliey were to adppt ja resolution ordering the
doorkeeer to keep Mr Speaker Whrfe sup
plied with brick-bats until Congress adjourns?
Fr sale by
JN-ov. 10, 1841
I March 26, 1812.
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