f . r -" .' , ."C1URACTER IS" AS IMPORTANT TO. mTATZ JL IT IS iHOlXlDlfAhS; SJX;VBj
1$t: :TATJBI,T-BB COMMON. PROF-BHTY OF ITSClXlZENS
Volume 5-ruiiibcr 213
T IS 15-31 ai
.TIFF. .'YOUTH CLROT.lVTJlxr r
e Jrr aaaujt.it paia m aJvaace . .-' - Si 50
J -,;-;' Da ifpaidattiieand of 6 months; 3 Oft
f K' - i paid at tne end'oftho year, 3 SOW
-ifS'-1. -f " Rato of. Advertising s,,-
vsJSIity cants per square, foi tha first, and thir ciit
fof each Sa!eqaeat insertioiiVv ;:
I A tiberaldu luctioiwill be made t a advertisers by
CoartadvertUoiMeuta and S'lartiTg salea, will be
charired 25 ter c mt. hiiher than the usual rntna
All adyertiiicmenta sent for pabiication should kave
' ,j;thaaurn:errf inartiowi intended, marked upon
YqJj them, otbrwio they will in JCrtad until forbid,
If' a ft j .!M-T(il aocardin rtir. ' '. . -
Jiiusoripm n reccivei ii-nesa man iwciie
' VdTLietters on htiinesa connscted with this cstab-
i isn.-ijcnt, must b addrps(ledv m.ii. Uatnf.,
Elitr of the Narth-Carolinian, and in all cases
ifC" Jnb!riho-rs wis'jinsti nake romftfanc's
by tnaif, will r3iri:m'er lhat thy can do-so fr'C of
ppst.-ize, as Po-ir'n-jat'-rs ari authorized by hiw to
lr.ink lettorfi rni-loini? romit tant'i'S. if written
fli1ili.th-in1irVcl or tie t-ijtiiits known to th(tn.
-,'T lrlce of 4ab Work:
HAND BfLLS, p'i itcd on a medium, roya',
or .up.-r royal ske.-t, for 30 copies, S2 5U
For -V) co;i'., 3
A i i for every u-ldition;d I GO copies, t
flOUSR HILLS, on a siiott from U to 13
I nfviff sjtl i ro , -J copi i'
Over 1 S in ho?, and not exceeding 30,
, CARDS, lare "ie, sinh- pack,
t-" v' And for every adjitio-ia! pi k.
v .j SiinNer .mizc i:i proportion.
O-trS BLANKS, xvhen printed to order, for 1 quire, 2 00
And for every nridi! lonal quire, under 5, 1 00
f ,t rutnrf a ivvitatiov TtriCFTS nnl
all kindaof I!OOK& JOB PRINTING, executed
cheap far CASH.
Kept constantly on hand
AND FOR. SAT.K AT THE
CHliCKS, on Bank of thu Stale, and Cape
PROSKCrj riON BONDS, Supr.Ct.
M.t rt 11 1 G K LIC i:n ES
VEN'Dl EXi'O., constables levy
CO.MMISSIUNS totalis depositions in equi
t', and Supr. court
ARi'K VilANUK BONDS
WillTS, Superior and Co. Ct.
C A. SA. 8upr. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for Affray; and Assault
and Patti'ry, Co. and Sup.'Ct.
CER ITFIC ATES, Clk. Co.Ct.
OrlDR. 'to overseers of Road
"WIT N KS S TIC K ET S
PA TilOL NOTICES
LST rE.'tS ,f ADMINISTRATION Bonds
r. The sub.-critjertvould inform hja friends, and the
duIjIic fr'enerali v.4lafhe is now rw-fivin? froi th
no.tfi, h $ FALLWiTER fetl cK-corisiaUng I-l
flLARDWARE & -CUTtERYl
CSlton LWg-gingr, Bale rope, iron, "nails, hollow ware,
truce th.-ii.us, weeding hos, Collins' and Sjoimons
axrir; coHonand woci card. Hat, Caps, Boot and'4
BcsL loaf and r-. row n Vugar, n! tea pow
der and t:of. lndiojo, snaifdir, c-panianwrown.ep-om
and jjlaubtr sahf, cr, ckerv wre, &.., &.c.
ALL geron ind bte. to h-; tirin of J-CJ;St G.
B. Aikjn,are requested to comf forward and e)lla
the aaoie Hhtho eubscriber, aSorvivinu; Parfuer,
All persona hating cLhh a;aict fttd firm, :-rt
prenent tbeniLta me for. seltlemenf, as' I am-dIy
autbo ized to close thaT bulne63 cf lf$ Hrta. - -
.'fbe bullae is wilt, frif.tbe pnsent, bje canlinued
u nutr my u ntn -itenoerice, aiMJ ine very iare ano
freb STOCK. OF. GOODS' oh band will be sold f
1 very low pr.cJis.- --t" ,
5 payerevdle; D' clIU, J8-tf.
in spared no -pains to improve their quality and
sppenrance, hj hopsa vo rec ive a due siinru of pa
Fayette vi'h: Oct. II, 1812, - 190-tf . '
S50 KEWAHD. .
THE Subscriber wid yive the abovo levvard for
the nppreheusioi and confi'nernem in Jail of
ncerlainmaii w liii cillu himself JOHN CAA1P
BELL. He was ('i.-civi-n d a flv di.ys -ince in tho
npjicr part T Robeson 'county, n nkm Ida escape
ui'h a negro woman b longing to Mis. Campbell,
of Marion Di-tiiet, S. C. The said C:inip!eli is
about 35 or 40 y-ars of aee, light I air, a!ont h i!f of
it grey ; h'.s neck has some appearance of being
marked with small pox, and his chin .has a hollow
in it. ri has rather an impediment in his specv h,
and walks u't' his ho''y a little inc'ined forwaid.
He bad on a white hal with a lro:id brim, black
jeans homespun crat and pantalxni, tolerable hne.
It is supposed that bis true name i David Camp
bell. He was la?t seen at the house of Mr Mur
dock Campbell, in the county of Cumberland, N.
C, and in all pn-babihty he is still lurking about
the eaid Campbell's.
GEORGE J. BETflEA.
Mari.m District, S. C, Oit. 17, IS12 192-6m
At Prices to suit
Sheriff's Deeds, .
Constables Ca. Sa. Bondu,
Do Delivery do
Superior Court Fi.
County Court Sci.
vive jud lament.
County Court Subp'inas,
Superior Court AVavr; nt.,
Rond.s for Col'nl. Apprentices.
HAS REMOVED lo the crner recently
occupied by Isane. Dodd, where he is now
opeuiiKj n sil-ndi-J a.-sm ttnent of
Ditl UU-Ur. Supe ior bicad eioths, va.jaus
colors; Cas-tiroe'i-i's, ves:iiij.-, lCentnckv j -an?, ivig
m'Tino, sin;, t iin'?azi:i-s, niii (-iik vei
I HAVE just r-c-iv-'-d rnv fn 1 assoitnier.t of
Fill,!, di WIMSEQOODS.
Enibrjeiri Broad Clotlif, various colors-, and Home
very superior;, plain and fancy Cassimeiesr; Saili
ngs; Kei.t'icky J an?; Beaver C!oth; Blanket8;
K rsfty.; whit- anrl red F.anorls; Merino iind Sdk
Shifts iind Diaweis; bi'ack, blu h'ack :inl fmey
c ! red Ssiks; .? us! n-de-Lains, a'l qualities; Gen
tlemen's Scarfs, Stoc s. Collars, &e., &c,
A full ass ntinent of
Some lieacli'ul sei- of CHIN A, common ss:d f.nc
CIKJCKERY, HATS and SHOES, White Lend,
LiiMi-ed and Winter Strained L-imp CP, &e. All
ofhichI am dist)rs"d to sell low, very low, lor
LCJVSII. cT.in ..iwhuaie fur Count; v ProduoV.
Nerih Wsj Cornerof Market fcquare.
October 2?, IS J . 192-tf.
RAN AW AY from the Sub
seiib rihe (o'lo'-vinir slaves, for
the np- r '-h ns'oti oi'ei'her a re
ward of lilt y dullars b given.
DAVE, vbora-away in Ala
bama, form- ily, b -loni-ins; to A.
Wnt on an I W'm.' Purcell, of
Also another alnvo named DAVE, purchased of
Win. G. McDonald of Cumberland county.
The above reward of fiftv dollars w ill b eiven
tor the apprehension (vriihout injury) of either of
the ali-.ve named slaves. R. YELDELL.
A;iv m:'erinat"on wiM be furnished to P. P. John
son, Faveit' ville. N. C.
Nov. 3. 181 . 193-tf.
hrovvii I lolland. silesia. tin'rmi) luris, huli ea
rette, m.msli n deLain'' -sbawln ; Thi'.i t,
shawls; D;aner, biack a"d brown orill,
fh-atin", Ginehams, Flannel, fee., embracing
ev'rv thi r nu d!v kept i-i n drv :o..d store.
StO :KS, (COLLARS and BOSOMS, a vari-ty
HATS NDOAP; a variety of li-ie S TR AW
nnd other B .NE I S, lor lailiea a d misses
100' PAIR BO )TS AND SlIOS, h. s'ul. s
larli'-'s and mi- Sh ie.
vkc ; Suirar, Java C u e, 1pm
HARD WAR & an&ClOT:
f.llw iuz artie'feti!-'-'--'' J!. '-V-'; . - "7
10 hhd .lhown Susar, 600 lbs. Loaf and Etimp
Sugar, 0 bags R-io Coff e, 5 bass Java ColIee 5
hbd. Molasses, 5 kes'Nails.S tons Enzlish and
Swedish Iron, 500 tbs. Bar Lead, 40 bags Buck and
Drop Shot, 15 kegs Dm ont's PnwHer, 30 pairs
bright Trace Chains, 6 doz. No 10 Coiion Cards
Whhamore's best; G.no r. Pepper, Spice, -Coppe-ra,
Saleratus, Indigo, Mad Jer, Snuff in Bladders
a id B .itles. Soap, Bri iis'one, Carafihor, Nutmegs,
Citor O I, Salt, Opodeldoc, Ink, Bbt kina B.ushes
1 and short handle Shovels, Spades, Case
Knives, Pocket Kniv-s, Blacksmith's I'ools, &-c.
DRY GOODS. Croekerv, Hollow War", and an
assortment of LI ATS and SHOES. All of which
will bo sold low fur Cash or Country Produce.
Sept. 30, 1842.
M'CALLUM & CLARK,
(Successot s oj tltnry tivamberl.')
The subscribers resj eet
fully Inform their friends,
and the public generally,
that they have purchased
the entin; st .ck of Henry
Erambert's, and intend
carrying on I he above busi
ness in all its various
branches, at the eld stand
o.i Gillespie street, next
door to the Bank of the
State,- where tbev will
thankfully receive all or
ders in their line, and warrant a'! work to be as well
done as at any other etabhghnicnt in town. They
so'icit t he patiooage ot the old customers of Mr FI.
Erambert, and the pub'ic generally, and assure
those that think proper to employ them that no
pains will be spared to ive satisfaction. All woik
that don't suit will not be allowed to be taken from
their shop. Prices will rane as follows:
For making corded or bound coals, glO
p-inralooriB, plain, I 50
vest, plain. I 50
JAS. D. McC LLUM,
Favelleville, Lcc431, lo42.
mZl. i WcTmmte b
,i ?"VPyi ileaas AJULAb-; rCUNSt7MPTlOJ4 AND LtVbU, COMPALNr
.(From 375, Battery JVew - Yotk.)
TCOR the cur of Cjugh-4, colds, c:ataIi-, aslbm a,
XL. sureness ot!he chesr, pam in Ibe Side and
ftcast, ,raisiio biood. liver. complaints, bronchitis,
and aIl4T. cl ions the throat aad iung; tthk h are
avaoOTcefBo much suffriau ami u iurr fered tcr5
uinikta ta Cons triptioti , ihwrtiOiedJa. highly and
Aitly" distinguished. It is purely vegetable, n4Id
nj entle in its Sects pr t-systein. and tan
oe laaea m mc most u:.caie tua vita Sc? v? as
y. . So extensively Jias it bean. ujc',
irrvJ ry&&itarvL dimeult and
Btly I'Hr hope4v CaaQLthat tle priv inr.
DeS 24. !842.80Mf.
'fx iwww o.j.-..i . ti :.
i.- wwl faMs r
. Gainer and -MeKetliaii,
JTTT AVE how on hand, and lor Sale at very Re
lOJ. duced Prices,
8 Buggy Gigs,
8 Spring-Wagons and
3 Chain Wagons.
Also, a very largfe assortment of
work wrhich we are daily finishing
Also a general assortment of
CoaclMaker's materials kept
constantly on hand and for sale.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine tkeir work, as they feci confident they
can make their work as well, and sell it aa low as
it can be had from any t egular Northern Establish
rnent. 1 ,
All work made and sold by them is warranted 12
months, "and will be repaired without charge, it
they fail by bad workmanship or materials.
Repairing neatly executed at short notice, and on
Orders thankfully received,and promptly attend
From tha Central New .York FsrmeV;A-k
TUB FARMER'S RESIDENCE . -I
have often expressed stuprise atlhe ant
of ta.te exbiiiiled bj l ha great mas of far fiHjra
in thu seciton oCtbe Stale, iu.(epect t ijir 'r
houses aud tho iceaeryTurroiindru thetiw-L"
da not utein thut theit dveUiuu.vBr& iiOi
usually ftilKcieullv cxDetisvieMJu .1 rtTer
lo- that carele sluveuly,
uviiwjlmr uiui lunu testuei;cuiJ.r cof-i,m
tjr exhibit Tj their aTchilectoral aippaaucs
Fayetfevilfe, February, 11, 1S41.
with Its Sects presci ibe it ia th?ir ptaclneTVarvd I TlT,vl W fTj-. r'i, Tf
with the m.-d.cal rucu ty Sanca:!y it has met ith J,M inirUir,airt s.ihtJrlh
uneotnmcn a;-robation. . -
The fd owin r- inaiks wsre taken from a recent
nuinber of th Medical Majazine : "
"The surprising t ffei t produeed by the genuine
Dr. Taylor's BaNain f Liyerwor, m.ar'e at 375.
Bowciy, in c.:isuti:pi ive casts, cannot fail exciting
a deep and t'uibiiia; interest throughout the wor'J.
Wa have so long beJkved this di30as , . incurable, ,
that ii is difficult to credit our senses when we a e
persons, evident! consuraj live, restored t health.
Yet it is a tact of daily occurrence ." - -
The following ceit ficatf; was given us lately by
Capr. Scott, of E izabeth city, N."C.s "Beina "ton
stitu'ionnlly pr. di-posed to er.nsum; tion. (a nutriber
of u3 family having died of this disease and hav
ing auQ"-;rcd severely from irritation cf the lungs,
aecompani'd by coughs ai d raising matter' and
bloo I, together with a pain In my side anil breast,
till I was supposed to b'? beyond recovery, I was in
duced by advice of Dr. Jerkins, as a last nsoit, to
try Taylor's Balsam of Liverwo t; I h ive taken 5
bottles in all. I bee an to improve after the fiist
bottle, and while takinir the third, was so far recov
ered as to be able to get about since which time I
am quite restored, and nblti to attend to my hesi-ne.-s.
To pcroTis sulFerinv from coughu and aff e-
tions of tha lunos, I can earnestly recommend it.
(Dated) Lhz bcih City. Dv-C 16. 1842. (s'tned)
Jap. C. Scott "
Liver Complaint antl General Debility I do con
sider my care almost miraculous. I was given up
by two physic ans and told to pr pare for death. I
was so weak I could not raise my hand to my head.
I was in thi low state when a fri r.d sent me a
bottle of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, from
375, Bowery, and before I had used up the bottle I
was able tosit up in bed, bv the further use 1 have
completely regained mv heal! h. All should use it.
GEO. WELLS. 5:3 John st.
Violent Pain in tVe Side I have been cured of
a violent pain in the side, extending through to the
shoulder, indigestion, dizziness, loss of appetite, and
ceneral debility, by the use of two bottles of Dr.
Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, from 375 Bowery.
,J. F. H. ALLEN, No. 7 Merchant's Row.
For sale at ihe Druir Store of Ja. A MacRae,
Person st.,so!e Aent for Favettevillo and vicinity.
March 4, i813. 210-1 v. '
fJnir ts ot various kinds, Che. S'. I bm
&. rtb if, tine double barre l Cms. Cott n bagjftn-,
pperiri -nnd!es, bjle repe, and all lut il s in th
"ri'Ci rV business.
HARDWARE fc CUTLERY, &c, S, ades,
S'n..v.'!s, knives ami beks, kettles, f y i ag pans, &c
V;"hito l a I in -i!, Cllins' axe, best 'cigars, line
honeyd -vv chewing tobacco, iron, steel, nails, trace
c'lailis, fin ! otter, coney, sea' tU and cloth caps,
percussion c;'S, sope-aor, &'. &c, tor sale by
A irood many articles in the drv irood and ero
eerv lin , nnneerss iry to be enumerated in an
advertisement, all of which wiil be sold cheap for
cash orconntrv produce.
Oct. 15. 1313. rj)-tf.
For Sale or Hurt it.
5,000 acrts, Ivm in D .v is Co my, n tl-c waters
of Charles Creek. Toetit'e is goi.d, and a bargain
iny be had, a the owner lias no intention of set-tlin'o-i
it, and is desiruu to dispose (f i. ..
It wi'l be sold low for cash, or bartered for Cot
ton, Corn, Flour or Bacon. Lt market prices, or ex
changed for property i 1 the neighborhood of Fay
tteville. For fuit'icr particulars enquire at this ofnee.
September 3, 194!.
HATS & CAPS.
ESPECTFCJLLY inform- his o'd customers
and the pubhc generally that be still con-
tin ties t . manut'aetiire BOOT'S and SHOES of the
best materials, in the most fashionable manner and
at th- sho test notice, at his . Id stuiid on Gill, s-pie
stret 4 door-; South of the m irker.
REPAIRING prom; t!v attended tr.
Jan. 11, 1312. 2ii3-ttr
I''-2- Vnllow Plnnting Ti ih Potatoes,
just received and for .a!e by
Feb. 3, I S 1 i . JAMES DODD.
hhds. MOLASSES, fr sale by
Nov. 2"', IS 12. ICC-y.
liOX ES-SPER to C A NDLES.
30 " Favttieville Factory "
Fo s i'e by GEO. Mcl.'EILL.
D. cem'ier 'st,133 . l"97-y.
WTiAMILY FLOUR (re-l brand, )Su;. rfine, Fine
ML and Midlines,
Nov- . 1842.
t the store ot
?a.,e at the t.uol Spring
THE SUBSCRIBER returning his
tlianks to his friends for their veiy liberal patron
sge, woul I infirm them that he has just received
fro o the North a laro;e assortment or MATS AND
CAPS of the latest London and Paris fashions, to
rit : Fancy Turbans for children, cloth glazed Scal
ittte. Fur-seal, otter s- a!, nm-krut, niul hair rap-!,
for men and boys. He also enn'irme tn manufac
ture all k'nds of Hats; including Cliapeam and
Other military caps-
To Country H itters
Ilrt would say That he has a general assortment
.ofHat Materials, which he will 'sell low lor cash,
nd invites them to call.
Oct. 8, 1842. 189-y.,
ly iu!"ornj the citizens
of Fay tteville end the public
generally, ihnt he has taken
the stand recttjtly occupied
by E J. Clark, rn Oille-pie
Stnef, 5 floors South cf the
Market Square, here he v ill
- manutacti.-re and keep con
stantly on hand an assoitment of
TIN" AND SHEET IRON WARE.
Peisons wishing to purchase would dr well to
ca'l an J examine hia stock befo'e nurcbasing else
where, as lie is determined to sell as cheap aa anv
clh'-r manufacturer in fh State.
BAKE IS of an ntue'y new pattern.
Jan. 28, 1343. 25-6m.
A first ratc fmnily horse, 7
C years old. For particulars
iiy""w enquire ef
lli 111 TTti HALL & JOHNSON.
M aich 1 1. 21 1-3t.
Henry Fram!)?rt wr u!I respectfully Informth
public and his customcis, that lie has sold out his
entire establishment to Mr Jas. D. McCa'Ium and
Daniel Clark, of this place, nnd from his knowledge
of their supeiior workman.-liip, can recommend
them to all his old cu-tomers, and hope they will
patronize them ; and ah favors bestowed on them
will be thankfully acknowledged by him.
'C?" N. B. All persons indebted to 11. Erambert
will please cali and settle the same.
Dec. 3!, 1842.-20! -tf.
(J) FIRKINS prime Mountain Bolter.
20UU pounds BUCK-WHEAT FLOUR.
Oct. 22, 1842-
The S'ilscriher has on hand and for sale, at re
duced puces. 35 sets of harness, assorted, and a few
carriage trimmings, &.C., low for cash, or on .short
credit to punctual customers.
Gig and barouche taps, and harness of all kinds
repaired, and carriages re-trimmed in Lest style,
at -hnrt noifce, and at 'ow prices.
IlCP'All order3 will he promptly attended to, and
tr.e work, done in the most tastelul and satisfactory
manner, or no charge made.
Jan. 14, '43.-tf " JAMES SUNDY.
JUST Received from Charleston and Wilmington,
150 sacks salt, 10 hhds superior
Porto Rico Mola-ses.
in hags RioCofT-.e, 2 casks new Rice, '. casks
f (dd Jamaica Rum, I J casks Madeira Wine.
March II. For sale, by JAS. DODD.
raillL v-ubscr ber l as removed to the Store for-
JCL mer'y oc upied bv Mr. George D. iiutdiard as
as a Tai or Shop, noarlv opposite the Lafayette
Hotel, wiiere h - may be f me.d at v.ll times givin?
his emire attention ti l is business, lie will
BOOTS and SHOES.
at the sho tet notice, cf the best mateih-.ls and
workmanship, having a number of experienced
workmen in b.s employ
t:pMoney being scarce, making the times hird,
I will re luce my prices to suit th time?..
It would please me very much to have all my old
customer- call and settle (neir accounts and leave
their orders for more work.
Repairing done as bsua! well.
THOMAS J. JOHNSON.
March f 1 lb, 18 13. 2 1 1-3t.
State of North. Carolina .Moore County.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
February Term, 1843.
Bryan Boroughs 1
vs. ! Petition to fnv off one acre of
James W. England j land lor a mill, &c
and Cheek IL.rdin. I
IT appearing to the salisraction of the Court that
James W. En'and. ne of the defendants in this
case, is not an inhabitant of this State, it is there
"or- ordered that pub icatu.n le made in the Noith
Carolinian tor't-ix we ks, noti ing said defer dant
t appear at 'he next teim f our Court of Plea- an
Q.naiter S'-ssit ns to be he'd for 3 air! County, at the
Court House in Caithage, on the fourth Monday n
Apiilnejt, and plead, answer, ,r demur to said
peti' ion, or the same wi'l be taken pro con A sso as
to him, and heard acc-rc"iniJy.
Witness Alexander t'. Cnrry, c! rk nfonr e.Id
Coarf p.t office in Carthage, the t'pd Monday
in F. bruary, A. D. 1843,' and the 67th year of
A. C.CURRY, Clerk.
March II, lSr43.--.3I l-$t, adv.3 25.
S Meeting? 1834.)
THIS splendid Eng-
lish race horse will mak' the
ensuing season at FAYETTE
V1LLE, under the management
ol 'he uiidersi trned.
TERMS. To former patrons $20, and to new
U5 cash, the season classes of six mares. 20 each.
No liabilities for accidents or escapes. Mares from
a distance well fed w th grain for 30 cents per day,
or $2 a week.
FLATTERER was get by Mc let, sire of imp.
Leviathan, imp. Margrave, &.-.,1 hia darn Clare by
Marmion, (son of Whiskey, out of young Noisttte,
by Diom-.oVA-g d. Harpalice by Gohanna . jr.
d. Amnion by Driver -g. g. g. d. Fractious by Mer-
CUrv Woodpecker Mare Everlasting by Eclipse
II Vina by Snsp Mis3 Belsea by Regulns
BartlJttij Chddprs Honey wood's Arabian Mr
Rowes's Byerly Turk Mare, dam T the two True
For extended pedigree, history, performances,
&.C., see hand-bil e.
Fayetteville, N.C., Feb. 17th, 1813. 208-tf.
State of North Carolina Richmond county.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sestions,
January Term, 1843.
Fleasa.it M. Powi 11 in sup-1
port of thelast will an I testa- j
ment of Robert. Powell, dee'd. ) Petition for partition
vs. ) of slaves.
James Powell and Charles
IT opp' a'inz to the satisfaction of tha Com t, that
James Powell and Chaiha Powell, the def ndants
in this suit, reside beyond the limits ofthi State,
it is therefore ordered by theCourt, that publication
be made in the North Carolinian a newspaper pub
lished in the town cf Faycttevil'e, for six weeks
successively, notify ing the said defendants to Le
and appear before the Justices at our next Court
f Pleas and Quarter Sessions, at a Court to be
held tor the county of Richmond, at the Court
House in Rockingham, on the third Monday of
April next, then and thereto plead answer or demur
' . . . i- -Hi . i. ..rt
is.netilion. or it- fame wiii wts luivon piy vuo-
n4$ihj -anti .
i uimpoi taut subject, bitch preons will' ay '
lhat il'a house .will answer tha purpose td'
bhellff lug the farmer und bi lamiSy fion Iho
t.'ltiiiieuV', and her p him critrifuriablt it cr
toims its idfico, uud that its looks uro ;i' no
concOjiiciiLf; lhat all this i tneio pride and
deioi vinj; ot" no cousiderutiou. Such per
sons aro raistaken. M.ui'a Uiituto is such,
th.it when his ihcuhics bavo iccetved etiouli
cultivation to raise hi in above thu level of tr. j
trute, he tiikes delight iu objects which ap.
proxiuiute towards perfection :h piefeis r
der tocouftision be receives more gia!j.':ca
tiou ia looking upcu beauty thttu upon uo
foimity nentuess pieents to his eyo a tnorj
pleasing picture lhaii fcloveuliue?. Tbi3
principle or feeling ol" hutnaa nature U a
source of much innocent eiij iymcut, ui:l ds
sei ves to be cultivated rathsr than re'p.ea-ed.
And what more lit place for it to seek g'nti
tication th.iu at home I Why itbouid wc-t th j
farmer, his wife und cbildieu, rest tiie op
on order, neatness and benuty, ut tuid moui:u
their own dwelling Would utd the ii.f u u e
of such scenes, it' uHowed Ko exercise th i.-
tesso ar.u r.eaid txparte as to them
Witness Graham A- Nicholson, clerk ot our said horses laboring under this disorder.
Court at onicetne iturd iviondoy ot January, a
D. 1843. -
GRAHAM A. NICHOLSON, C. C. C.
FeV.18, l843.-208-6t. adv. S- 25.
State of North Carolina Moore County
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
February Term, 1S43.
Vpill Cameron andl
Neill Pfterson & wife 5 Petition tor partition of
Ceila. William Mur- V real Estate.
chiton & wife Nancy, J
and James Won hey,
heirs at law of John
VTorfhey, d. c'd.
IT appearing to the sat'sfact;on oftVe Court that
William Murchison and wifu Nancy, defendants in
this case, are not inhabitants of this Sti-te. it is
theretore ordered lhat publication be made in the
Nnh Carolinian six weeks, nntif iur saol def. nd
ants to appear at the next Court of Pleas and
Quart r SesioT S, to be held for the said Count v,
t the Court Hpu'p in Cart hay , on the fourth
Monday in April next, and plead, answer or d-mur
tn said pe iti-n, or the sanre ill He taken pr con
feseo as tn them, and heard accord nt'ly.
Witnesa, Alexander C. Curry, derk i f our eaid
Court,at oflite in Cartba?e, ihethiid Monday
in Februarv, A. D , 1343, and the 67th year of
A. C.CURRY, C!rk.
March 1 1, 13,2ll-er. adv. $ 2S;
TO ALL THE WORLD WHO USE LEATHER
vi -IJNT FORM. f
Or, Leather Restorer ; a new Chemical Discovery.
Most people know that skins and hides are con
verted into leather by the use of Tannin extracted
from ceitain barks, &c.
V hen the force and strength of the Tannin is
worn out, leather b comes dead, ha id, dry. brittle,
cracked, covered with a crust, &c. This :.!! know.
To restore then life, sof'ness, moistness, strength,
smoothness, nnd remove all crust, fly, or bl;.-ter -restore
the Tannin. This s ibst,.i c the bather
n.-ver can receive seeond lime: but the win le vir
tues of it aro in this n i tide, the Ol of Tannin
which penctr-ites th'i ff st and hardest 1 -aiher, if
it has- been twenty years in use : ard if it liars
easily with the finders, it imparts at once a strength
that is utterly incredible until seen. It hccoiota
like new leather, in all respects, with a dehgl lfi 1
softness and polish, and makes all leather du
plet" Iy import-iocs io water particularly boots,
shoes, carriage-tops, harness, l.ose, irur.ks, and in
fact all things made of leather, "iving a fplendid
polish, even higher than new leather has, and ;it
least doubling Us wear and durability, iu whatever
manner th!i leather is used. These are fads.
Tlose who will may wear old shoes, grom wiUi
corns, rjde with old carriage -tops, haye o'd harness,
and throw them awry half used, look filthy them
selves, and all abo'it them, expend double what is
neces-arv for articles o! I. nth r, to their heaits' con
tent, for what we care, if their pr judices are so
strong they ill not try a new discovery. We
have no favors to ask of them, they are the geotrft
sufferers, and we. beg for n body's custom or patron
age. Now, gentlemen, please roersdves.
ICZT1' None genuine unless with the foe simile
signature of COMSTOCK & CO , Wholesale
Druggists,71 MairienLane, New Yoik.
Entered according to act of Congress, in t he
year 1842, by Comsrock & Co., in t'o; C'ei k's ofTice
of the District of ihe United States for the Southern
District of New York.
Forsaleatlhe Di u z Store of Jas. A . MacUar,
Person street, yole Agent for Fay ttev lie ai.d j
cinitv. March 4, i?43. 210-!y.
CIIOLIC IN HORSES.
I was told lately by a gentleman of Piince
George county, that a tea-cup full of fpiriN
of turpentine would give iinhmt relief to
ded, that on one occasion all tho oxen of
two of his carta weie hoven lhat is, as you
know, suddenly swollen by the generation
of gas in the stomach, fiom eating green food.
The overseer expected all would uie, when
oar informant ordered a tea-cnp full of spit its
of turpeiiiine, diffused in oil, to be giveu to
each of them. 'I he relief was iu every rase
iustantaneous aud effectual, almost before he
could have thought there was time to swallow.
Such facts should always be communicated
for wide diffusion and ciiculntion, in ugi cul
tural journals. American Fanner.
natuial tendency, be to spread
aud couteutment over the domestic citcle i
The beauties of nature, which can be i
easily possessed and enjoyed around a ii.r.a
house, are very generally sacrificed by the
stinted plot of ground set apart for the occu
pation ot the buildings, und for the )ard. Th;;
house is placed about two rods from tho
street a fence is then run from the two ImmjI
comers to the street, and thus is formed ;h
"front yard," as it is called being a mh t4
coop, so small thut you could not ttjiud iu
centre and su ing a cat round yiu, without
knocking its brains cut ng;iiu?t the ft uc
posts. Perhaps adjaccit to tilts, and dirt c 1
under the windows if the house, i located h 2 t
h'iil or cow yard or ntjhi'Ps the hog pen, or
i-honored w ith a locution almost in fTont t.f
the house, aud so as entirely to obstiuct thu
the prospect. Some may say, that a farmec
should not turn up his nose at '.he t xhalat iot.;
of the cow yard or hog pen. With all defer
ence to the opinions of such, I prefer to sc.io:t
the occasions when I will enjoy them, and
not be obliged, wbeu silling at my windows,
to inhale their perfumes nolens rolcns. Not
a single shne'e tree piobaLly breaks th tys
of the summer's sun, and not a blade ofgr.i.-.s
is seen except w i'.biu the" limits of the afore
said coop in fioiit of the house. Tho g'-1-
plats ate by ihe swine rooted up iuto siad
jat hes, where multitudes ol'Jicas " triji ;Lu
light fantastic toe.5'
In cities and villages tho price of land for,
bids the enjoyment of inral scenery, bi.t iu
the country no necessity txUts for bting de
prived of thU luxury. Z.
Marriage is like a silk purse most agrcca
ble to bear when there h plenty of money in
it. Marringe is like f mouse trap once get
in, and you are caught, without the least pro
pped of rccoveiing your liheity, Marringe
is like a "rose tree in full bearing'' hvv nt
tra.tive are its flowers! bt-t th- bright leaves
fall after n seasoti, aud the thrns alone re
Vnain. -Maniago among fools is like a boiled
calf 's head without the accompaniment of
brains. Mariage is like a toast leg f mut
ton on Snuday served up cold on Monday
ditto with pickles oa Tuesday and bashed
up oa Wednesday.
HARD SERVICE IN FLORIDA.
Dr. Caiiou, of the Medical Bureau, is cor
laiuly destined to do as much good iu pro
moting temperance in the pervico us F uther
Matthew has done among his own countiy
men, though the moo'u of procedure in ih; two
cases is entirely dihVeteiit. Father 31. ui .
stop to drunkenness byuigingthe pledge, but
Dr. B. kuocks it dead in the head by step
ping the grog. Tho late "liquor circular"
accused the officers of using the llqwor intend
ed lor the sick, and he has r.ow come out iu
another publication, called his defence, in
tended t( meet seme of the attacks which thj
circular calk-el forth. Iu this latter publica
tion, he exhibits some few facts connected
with the Florida exhibition under Lieut. Mc
Latit hlin, which sorre people may think sub
stantiate bis forrr.fr chatge. He aftows tho
extraordinary serviro rendered to tho coun
try by the redoubtable expedition, iu its as
tonishing consumption of wiue, brandy, ci
der, potter, ale, and other beverages of a pui
The follow ins little bill shows for itself lha
hard strv ce this reuowned corps had to per
Chnrnp arie, 6 bot'Ics
Port wine, 23 era Ton j and 216 bottles
Mar'fiia und Slurry wine, 5 gall. 159 hot.
Claret nine, 7 boxes and 6 bottles
Bia'.dy, 29 gallons and 3(J bott!8
Cm, M iial one und 14j:ii;3
Wh.skev, 24' gallons
Ci it r, 4liOXts and 9-J bVlUi
Brown fit- u', 43 i"Zi i
Por'cr, 102 dozen
A'e, 2C dozen
B ffers, J bott'ei
AlchvL.jl, SJ gallons
3a. v 0
2i6 i 0
This llit'a supply wai purcb:isrd w ithin
abotit eight mouths, and for tho usj cf tho
sick ; but what is a little rr.ysteiioiis, is the
fact lhat not a solitary return of sick is to be
found iu the department from that squadron.
Thero certainly must have been a fe'.v cases,
as one of the charges against Lieut. McL
in the recent investigation was, thtst he appro
priated tha hospital built for tho sick to hi