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The subscriber haJ
Bora and Children
and other style of E
- Sugar, Coffee, Tea
Dae article. : :
October 8, 185.1.
IH A KBIiE
Oct. 1. 1R.13.
I' A V T OUY,
to K. W. "Willkings Auction Store,
""Having recentlv purchased the above cftablbhment
from Malcom Kelly, I am now prepared to enter
tain in a comfortable manner those who may give me a
cll. Havintr ample stables, cood bottlers and a d?-
no-titloa to accommodate. 1 trust I shall be able to
give entire satisfaction to those who may favor me with
II. C. Me LEAN.
lrcemVr:i, 1S.13. 70-tf
. w it n
C n k i; :i w ay i n o ,
Ini;orterft and Wholesale-- Dealers
Si V o .
n Foreign and
Domestic DRY GOODS. '
24 Pak Flare and 19 Barclay street, New York.
November 7, 1S.P3 (m-pd
I'hAXI ATIOX ASD I-AND FOH S.-VT.K.
The suWrTlx r o.Ter his Plantation ami Land for
;d?, sltiiai. d ori the Lit sid nf Cap' Fear River.
about four miles from ! avetteville. I h re are a'xiit
iitfcessarv oiit-houses. The mi1. for fertility, is . mn
surpaeH by any on Cape Fear River. Persons wish
ing to purchase will please call and examine the premi
w. A bargain may be had.
:jf);) acres ofland, 3D of which are cleared and ur
cultivation. On the premises is a dwelling and
Nov 12, IKS
FALL AND SviNTER STOCK
pr l a.
just received and opened, at his
New Store on the Ea.f f idd of Green street, n few doors
from the Market Hot so and nearly opposite his Old
Stand, a largeTStock f
Staple and Fancy Dry uooas,
Embracing a general assortment of Ladies and gentle
men s Dress Cioods, consisting in pan or onawi. viydk!
and Mantillas, pome iery fine; and also a good assort
ment of Shoes and Bots, for Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls,
IVnd the best aswirtmcnt oiouk
bnncts he has ever offered to the
f Teppcn Spices, and Tobacco, a
i r. SHFilWELL.
CEDAR jF ALLS Cotton. Yarns-nd Bhcct-
ings for sale! by
- 7 TROY k MASIL
Runaway from the kubscribet, hi j Negro men, JOHN
and TOBEY. I John ife abont 2(ycars old, G feet 1 inch
high, weighs about 165 or 190 lhs. Tobey aged about
22 yearss . feet 9 indies high, stout, ami weighs io
lbs. They were bouj. ht from Mr James Surles, of Cum
berland county, and a ill probably be lurking in that
neighborhood.' Tole v has a wife at Mr Richard IJird's,
in Johnston Countv. Twenty-Five Dollars for either,
or Fity Dollars for b th, will be paid for their appre
hension and delivery to the subscriber, or for their con
finement in anv Jail i it the State, so that he can get
them. An additional sum of One Hundred Dollar will
le paid for the conviction of any person of harlxring
the above Negroes.
Fair Buff,' Col nab"
Architect and II
jlcspect fully informs "the public that h is prepared
to'execute FLANS df every description- such as State
and Court Houses, 1
tages. and other puUc and private edifices, costing
from $.r00to $10,000
Specifications and Co
will also aupcrtnteua
Orders wiH receit
Roofs, Ac. Ac. all with
itracts made for the Fame. He
all kinds of work.
e prompt attention, and I lans
drawn and pent to at-.y part of the country at short
Oct. l., 1853.
1 00 ACK lifs
OK LAND FOP. SALE.
The subscriber ofiei-s for cale twelve hundred acres
of Land, located in tie lower end of Kichmond county.
nt from r loraL Uollegc, lauren-
hd Laurel Hill. The Land is well
i of corn, cotton, wheat, tc. It
icements to those engaged in the
r business. I have constituted
It is about Mpu-disl
burg High School, a
adaptel to the growt
also offers great ind
turpentine and lumbq
to whom all commur
mav be adl rested at
Luther Blue, who res
pleasure in exhibitin
for that purpose.
The subscriber tatt
friend and the publii
Wright business anl
o:is principles, either
;hinerv. He returns
!v strict attention to
satisfaction, to merit
falters himself that h
T Jin" j J, iwi
1R. T. C. HAl.fi
Ila removed to th wcM-known stand of the Drs. Rol -inson.
cornor of Green and Bow etrcctfl.
April 2S. L ." tf
Illnbly luiportntit t HotHtkfrprit.
2iATiii:ssKs : matkksskk: matukssrs:
All rompftitum in the trade ,i-r.
71,,, -abs.-rlber begs leave, to inform the public th'
he ha constantly on hand, and is manufacturing to or
4ter all kinds ami M7.es of Matresses, which he intcmb
to Vll 2" p-reent cheaper than any siniUar establish
merit in this plae-. Having served asun apprentic
to the bu:'ness in one of the nortliern cities, he trust:
that he will be aV-1" to givetV most complete satisfac
tion to his customers. He manufactures hair Matresses.
Matrewses will) sprir.irs. fire Matresses. and-;ill kinds o:
nettee bottoming-", lie does also all kinds of repairing
nnd renewing. Persons in want of any article in hi
lineare reuoted to call and see specimens of his work
it the I'ost OSice buihliug.
ll 1 JOSEFH OTTARBURfl.
January 2L 1R5-. "
CLEMENT O. WIUGHT,
Attorney nt Law, ' FayMIUvX. C
onic" at the corner of Bow and Green ftrects.
J. W. HAIvrilt
it. .1 fi-.n the North the larcest
.. I. LrU stock of FURNITURE ever of-
t-red in this market, consisting of fashionable paintec
. r-., nrrniture in setts; curled-hair anr
-? i t..itn.ec- T.ookincr Glasses: Willow
sniiciv aim t iii'ii 7 . .
...i fM,iloK n-.itent self-swintring Cradles
-i" e..r,iB Iiiire:vns: Secretaries and Book L-ascs
11 snrts: Wash Stands: Candle
Slants' Wardrobes; I'lcturclTiiracs ammiaw, '
Shade-' Corniee; Curtain Bands; Sofas in Mahogany
and Walnut; Tcte a Tetes; Ottomans; Divans .t Stools;
rb urs of everv variety. Fine rosewood Pianos (Ben-
.t X- PoV of Rroadwav. New York).
October 29, lS.r3' Ij'V
TIIOSE who are indebted to me by Note or Accoun
will plea-e settle the same. And all debts due me pri
or U the 1st Jan'y 1S."):. must be settled, a longer in
dulgence cannot be given.'
nyotTier iixacTunrjI rp?rtfel
ons who want worK
veil to give him a call, as
workmen in bis empi
:ounty. N. C.
November 16, 1S."
The. Subscriber,, a
nerience. nas lor win
of a Kuitajde burnish
fi Co. N. C.
Oct. 6. 63-tf
ullder, Faj-ettc-tillc, If C,
rieous, tc. Also, Churches. Cot-
Alexander McLean, ltsq. mj agent, during my absence,
leations in regard to tne matter
iilonolis P. O., Robeson county.
des near to the premises, will take
them to any one who may can
J. G. BLUE.
V": ' SECOND .'-:',";.'--::
I FILL' 15T WHTEB STOCK. rC2 1S3.
STAUU & WILLIAMS are now receiving - their se
cond stock, for this season, of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods; nats, Caps, Shoes, Boots; Silkr Satin and Straw
Bonnets; Umbrellas, and Ready-made Clothing? with
a largo assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Silk and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, J V " - - ' ? .
The above Rtock ; embraces a variety of SeasonjaWe
Goods not enumerated, comprising on of the lar
assortments we have ever offered; and having recently
been .purchased by the package, at a reduction from the
prices of the first of the season, they will be offered to
wholesale buyers on our usual terms.
' . J. B. STARR.
Oct 3, 1853. J. M. WILLIAMS.
' -NEW FALL GOODS.
The subtcrilers have received and opened, at their
Old Stand, a rcry large and handsome Stock of .
; Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,, ' . i
Embracing everystyle and quality ; Ladies' Brcsa Goo3j
Also, all styles f Goods" Tor GentlemenTs wear ; Fine
Moleskin and other styles fashionable Dress Hats; Satin
and Straw Bonnets; Boots and Shoes, etc.
We call particular attention to a splendid as
V Ready-made Clotliinp:,
Of the very best material and workmanship.
In our stock may be fouml all Gootln suited to the
season, at the very lowest market prices. All in want
of Goods in our line will please give us a call
E. L. & J. A. PEMBERTON.
Hay St., Fayettcville, Oct. 8, 1853. C2-tf .
i, PINE P ilCIT I PINE FRUIT It
Ten Thousa$4 Apple Trees of the finest kinds, ripen
ing in succession, from the earliest to the, latest. -Ten
Thousand Beach Trees of the finest kinds, ripening in
succession, from early in June to November. One
Thousand Cherry Trees of the finest kinds, ripening in
succession, from the first of May to July; also, a fine
assortment of Apricots, Nectarines, Fhuas, Pears ami
Strawberry plants, for sale at the Potnological Gardens
and Nurseries, at Cane Creek, Chatham county, and
New Garden, Guilford county. Orders for trees should
be sent in early. Catalogues will be sent to all appli
cants. . '-''- :"
During my absence my brother, Owen Lindley, will
deliver trees at Cane Creek, and my son, Albert G
Lindlev, at New Garden.
New Garden, Guildford county, N. C,
The 14th of the 10th mo., f 765-m
cs this method of . informing his
that he still continues in the Mill
Kll its branches, viz: foundering,
framing, and erectind Water or Steam Mills upon vari-
with simple or complicated ma-
h is thanks to the public for the
liberal patronage .he lias received heretofore, and hopes
msincss, - and bv giving general
a continuance of the same. He
a work wfl compete with that of
k wi'l i
iTaUTaBimV. " AH pri-
abovc line would do
he has several competent
v. and is prepared to execute all
.ob- at the shortest ndtice and on very reasonable terms.
)nlers promptly at to idol to. r or iurmer lnioimaucjii
iddress the s ibscrulor at jonnsonviue, v-inn-iranu
1J. li. JUlt.w..
At Home A grain.
W. DRAITGIION has the pleasure of informing his
customers and the public that he has moved his stock
of Goods to his new store, at the old stand. .
His recent purchases in New York and Philadelphia
makes his stock complete. He has on hand, for sale at
low prices, a full stock of
Groceries and Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Hardware. & Cutlery, Crockery and G lass-ware,
Window Glass, Clocks,
Pnrc French Brandy, 'Holland Gin, St. Croix
and Old Jamaica Rum.
Port, Madeira, Brown and G-oIden Sherry,
Malaga, Sicilv, and Scuppernong Wines;
Old Rye Whiskey,
With his usual large stock of Domestic Liquors.
Also, 20 dozen Wolfe's Aromatic Schneidam Schnapps.
100,000 Segars, (very cheap,)
25 Baskets Champaigne,
Hock Wine, (six varieties,)
Sardines: Sierm and Adamantine Candles. ,
. . ff " " "- " " .. .
FA Y, '
TBVILLG, N. C
scribed in Tsct
ed to the tl :cc
fercrs from .it
ciscd. The x
raised a privi'.
kins, com my 1
It is run
steamers wjv 1
About $8,000 Lave been sub-
rk , 5 0 0 0 In Boston and a1
'i nilaaclphiaj to be present
itains who fescned: the suf
eck of the steamer San FracK
ants of New York hare also
rse of $1060 Yor Captl Wat
f the San, Francisco, " F .
hat:-another ' of i , the Pacific
on Christmas day, but the
ing dangers ?r ' Ii-Washington city on the
-21st.. lUBtau,-W (.-i-.'r,.;:-, --: :r--.
" An cmipint-rEel -is reported to haro been
wrecked reccntion Jedorc Ledge, bound from
Liverpool to Ne" York, and 140 lires lost.
. Large yield oil Cottox. Seven thousand
one hundred pbnm of Cotton were grown, the
past season, on 5 Nacres of land in Johnston
county, belonging to Walter R. Moore, Esq.
On 1 1 acres of thiland, three thousand and one
Dounds were crow". Umeizh Jicgistcr.
the Rnssian Minister, and
T i f ri rC fb a TTn i rr wr lav-
b i o c n a r n i e a l s r e t c n '
: X)f all the distingtr!;! cd- men of South Caro
lina,' there was hop jubre gifted than George
cj-zuiui-. was utr 01 :me urai magni
tude. Honest and sincere in all his actions a
profouud jurist- a statesman of the' largest ex
perience he represented his State for many years
m the national conncils with a devotion that
endeared him to his constitncntst and a fullness
of knowledge, tliat placed hidi in ithe first rank
of legislators.- His speeches, and his reports as
Chairman of the Cfrhittee of Ways and means,
not only estab!.r.cd his reputation in America,
but in Earpebe was hailed as the champion of
free trade,' and complimented by the -statesmen
ofJ2nffland, as one of the master spirits - of the
age. Ilis life, if written by a competent hd,
would make avery-interesting ...biography t 1 1
would exhibit a poor boy in the hnmble walks
of life, environed with dimculties, yet surmount
ing those difficulties with an iron will, that ulti
mately elevated him to a position that command
ed the profound respect and admiration of his
cotemporaries. His career in Congress is too
generally known for ns to do more than give it
a passing glance; and such was the estimation
in which he was held by General Jackson that
notwithstanding the violence of the nullification
'Heave ns! cried Hucr,
'why I to
i t 1 f-
controversy, the old President nniformly cx-
Small Pox.- Ch Tuesday last we gave notice pressed the most affectionate regard for JMc-
of the existence ofSmall Pox in Duplin county. Duffie, saying repeatedly 'that if there was an
There arc many sports as to the extent of its honest man alive, that man was ucorge mc
xavages, which ag very probably exaggerated. Dufiic.' He was undoubtedly one of the most
But that it Drevals to an alarmins: extent is intellectual men of the age; his mind was emi
evident from thelict that the County Court nentlv logical, and you shall try in vain to find
was not held theft last week, haying adjourned a flaw in his arguments. One might have differ
on Monday morilig without doing any business, cd with him in the principles he expressed, but to
We have hearflof one- case in this count-, grant his premises was to concede the argument,
about 24 miles frtm-town, at Burgaw. His contests with Webster leave no doubt as to
The chief objecfof this article is to press most the splendor of his intellect; his report on the
earnestly on our f How citizens, the subject of United States Bank, was the ablest argument
vaccination. Thisis the only safe ''course, for the ever macle on that side of the question; and his
probability is thai the disease will get among speeches on internal improvements, the tariff,
us despite of ever precaution, and its cnarac- the removal ot the ueposites, ana on uie cxpe
ter as it exists in iDuplin, is very virnlcnt, as diency of amending the constitution, arc all
we arc credibly iiformcd.Tr7witW7i Com- masterly, aud seem to exhaust those subjects.
tf : . - w l
WiflCT. V two horse wagon with fixtures compete
for Vae J. & T. WADDILL.
Dec. 17. 1853. 72-tf
Practical Boot-makr of some ex-
time been sensible inai tncre imi
Irsidt-ratvm to he ytfli supplied to the public in tlie way
r Idiots ana snoes. jiom i mc
irticles now u'd eitfiier injure the leather or mil to
mpart that lustre so heces.-ary to give tomans un-
lerxfaniline'? a proticr tmish. lie nas mcrumrc . '
n" the last twelve nlontlis. lecn ievotmg nun-en u
Mie task of preparing! an article iree irom mesu oojw-
tions, and has at lenL'ta alter mucn iiiveii.vi.:i
nerimcnt completclv succeeded, l tie result is uut s
1 r LT.V.7. " r.ilxr irUhl'S thrtt, it.
mav be tested in drder to establish its superiority
iver all others. Call on Uim at nis ssliop opposite .wr
Lauder's Marble Factory, Hay street, and be supplied,
with an excellent art icle at a cheap rate.
Nov 9, I8.r3
V A I
T have always oniiand a lull a-foriinont oi t.uu-
CERIKS, I'ROYISMiNS, and otner uooas Pimaoie ior
I he Fall and Winter Trade, and v. hicti 1 oiler lor Caen,
or in exchange for Produce of almost any kind.
-I have now in Stone b lour, .Meal, corn. Uice. i?acon.
Lard, Butter, Chees.1.: Crackers, au. wir.te ciarinea
and Brown Sugars, Duo and Java coirec, tea. .Moiasses,
Vinegar, Fish, Cigatjs. Tobacco, Miutf, Candles, oap.
Starch. Spices, Caidies. Pepper. Buckets. Brooms.
wrought and .cut Nails, Powder, ihot. Percussion Laps,
and a good assortment ot Dye btuns; witn many otner
thingsln.the Crocefv line.
Also a good assortment or my uoous, ioois ar.u
Shoes. Negro Blauktlts and iversev?. anu a goou ansrv-
ment of Rea lv-madd Clothing. Call and buy cheap.
n . 11. V. U V IV, IV.
October 29, 1853.
A. A. McK ETHAN.
Oct 1. 1"3.
IC. M. MU11CIIISOX,
Cnminlition nl FrwiUng MrcKnt
. - "Wilmington, N. C.
January 7, 18.M - y '
N O T I C I.
llavin." purchased the interest of T. R. Undcrwornl
in th" lirm of G. W. Lawrence & Co., I will continue
business a heretofore at Mart's G.vitii:.
I have from Pi to 13 Coopers constantly at work
manufacturing SPIRIT BARRELS, at the rate of 100
i . .M-tveek: have now on hand 400 Barrels for
iale"at S2 25 cash at the shop, or $2 35 delivered in
t0 1 "h ill also continue the distilling of Turpentine, and
will pav within 15 cents pr barrel of the Fayettcville
price in cash, or goods at cash prices
Tnryenltnc II antcA.
I have now in Store a general assortment of Geods.
. 1 . v.-oit-i!lP nrices. All kind of country
ri.,ee taken in exchange lor goods
Call and see.
Oct. 29, 1853.
A T T O R JiE V A T I A W,
Fayetteviuje, - 1 - i
Office on Anderson Street..
t i.-rpprt'-manv calls alwut Turpentine lands that I
i .... eluded to o!fer my services to buy and sell.
liZ : av gtndsfor sale" will furnish .me with plots
ind quantity together with a fair descnptiou, and
Nov. IS, 1W3. CS If.
JAMES a. COOK.
NOIICE.--MULES FOH' SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale Three Teams, of .Mules,
Wa "on and Harness. Those waning Mules would do
Land for sale. p OiBand
ce . . J- K. ilLL I.N.
Cvpress Creek, Bladen Co., ) -W.' A. MEW'IN.
'DcccmU-r 8, 1SJ3. f l'u
The subscribers want to purchase any quantity of
the above named artices; those having the same for
sae villi do we toca on us at the Store No. 7, Green
Street. North ot the MarKCt, aiter uiciu-m oi j.iu-
merciaL 21 st. I .i When he rose to speak, there was always a
i. deathlike silence in the House you might nave
The Erie IIioV.-loth of the Railroad heard a pin drop. His bnrnintr enthusiasm; the
bridges, crossing High street and trench Creek, snarklinir of his splendid crey eye, the emphat
were demolished m the 17th by the women -'.of hc enunciation that accompanied every word,
the cit v of Erie. wlt assembled in great numbers, held vou captive, and step by step lie hurried
cheered on by tic men. The women were I vou along' with him, from point to point, until
afterwards eseortol through the town, headed you were subdued by the fascinating fervor of
bv a band of music, with flags and. banners. I his transcendent genius. Kor was he deficient
It is stated th. the 'President of the United ;n sarcasm: his speeches in reply to the attacks
States has been applied to for the military to 0f that miserable compound of vulgarity and
suppress these riotous " proceedings. The sec- J impudence, Tristram Burgess, abound in wit
tion of country atout Erie is m a state ot great anti humor. His comparing iiencral Jackson
excitement. ' to Jupiter Tonans, m which Jupiter is represcn
" ted as seizing the arms of all the Gods, wield
A Tbaptob a vroublesome Toxoue. Sher- inff the powers of the Pantheon, and giving 'the
idan was one daj much annoyed by a teliow stami 0f Fate was
member of the House of Commons wno Kept
crvincr out everr -n?w rainntes. ' 'Hear! Hear!'
. " - . . V . . '
Pec. 17, 1S53.
R. W. II EN It Y.
tttv ...'1Bipriivr is dailv receiving additions to
stock of SEASONABLE GOODS, which are offered at
fair prices, for cash or produce."
1 JUST TO HAND.
Super Black. Brown, Blue and Green I- KOLK CO A i S.
a ' " " " Over "
Satin, and other kinds of Vests.
Casimere Pants and Pants Stuff. -Hat,
Caps and CITY-MADE Boots, light and heavy,
which will be warranted to purchasers. .
lo a lar'c stock common Boots ami snoes.
TWoliinr Trunks. Carpet Bags, and Carotin g.
1 piece heavy Cocoa Matting, for passages.
WOOD-WAKE. Tubs, Kclars, I'ails. Bnckcts,
" maSSToota, Mill Saws, Cross Cut and Hand
Saws, Glue, Hoop and other Iron,; with a . good assort
ment of Drv Goods, Groceries and Hard-Ware, making
a very lair general stock. SON,
Near the Cape Fear Bank, below the Market House.
Favetteville, Oct. 29, 1853. 5-3mo
a political 'con (Temporary that wished to play
rogue and only bad sense enougn to act iooi.
Where exclaimed he with great emphasis,
'where shall we find a more foolish knave or a
i i ji. T T t TT9
more Knavisn loot iuan uer xxu.ii i
was shouted bv the troublesome member. She
ridan turned round, thanked him for the prompt
information, and sat down amid a general roar
Rtfimn of Fate was one oi me nappiesir uiusira
kePtltions of executive spoliation that has ever been
His seat in the convention was to the left of
the president, and in the ..vicinity or Alajor
Hamilton, the revolutionary veteran, lou
could have recognized AlcDuflic at a glance.
He was of the medium height, and dressed in n
claret colored coat that was much too large for
him; but his intellectual face attracted you at
once, especially when his splendid eye was fired
bv the excitement oi discussion, ins uair a
black, and cut wmi maincmaucai jiucimuh,
ITavintr nurchasetU the stock of Material on uaml at
the Shop formerly 4vnefl b-v Mf- E" Fullcr? and having
enlaced the rerviceof Mr. J. C. Lally, Avhose work
gives such general ah I entire satisfaction. -1 am now
prepared.to execute kit orders for Timber Wagons, Road
Wagons, uarts. uraws, Hmriuauu!,
" 1 I X- . il A .,l Mill
1 have ou nana ana win cohm.uiuj im-vj. s"ni "l
Tlvof Iron Axles, Uhains uoiis. ana in suon, cm-i;.
thing that tne agon-maKer w--...
Timler Wagons, witn ine imprei nwu am,.
to onler at the shortest notice. '
t i,,r ten mod and comnclcnt lVorkmpn at the
business, and will gic it my whole and undlvidcl at
tention. P " .. ,,, .i
My prices shall be as moderate as tne umcs hi
mit. and I will challfnge any u agon-uuiiv. i
ted States to equal n y work, either m point oi k ijie ur
durabilitv. f TUOS. C. tLLLER.
L, i mc 400 Casks, fresh from the kiln,
Calcined Plaster Paris,
Cement and Plastering Hair,
A few casks extra white Lime, for putty or white
washing, for sale by
Possible.- A girl in Pittsburg being struck KTmifrht from temple to temple, and smoothed
dumb by the firing of a cannon, it is said that down so as to display the shape of his head,
a number of married men of tftat interesting which was large and admirably formed. Uut
village have, in consequence, invited the artillery aiasi there is a hectic flush upon his pale cueeic;
company to parade upon their premises. you perceive that he is daily dying from the
- immedicable wound ne received in ins joum.
A- Chinaman in New York, the other day, tt:3 hands are trembling violently, uc is uj :
about being sworn as a witness, was questioned tmt his voice is clear and calm, his enunciation
in regard to his religious belief, when hc replied distinct, and his manner emphatic. - Uttering a
bold proposition, he pauses, and nis cagie eve
glances round the assembly. All is hushed.
You might hear your heart Dent.- mit now nc
dashes into the argument, and you see t:i intel
lectual warrior before you, brandishing the ar-
mnr nf thruth. and wielding the hand -ot justice
for liberty and the rights of man. He speaks
through an interpreter :
" T believe in the President of the United
States and God Alraightj." .
P U fi t II AS E V OR Til E l'AI.T. OF 1 853
The undersigned would notify their customers and
second Stock of Fall Goods for 1853, selected like one inspired his thoughts, words, and ac
all others buying in this market, that they are now re
by one of the firm r personally, consisting of a general tiono are sublime and when he pauses, as JI to
assortment of - J make a mMiter effort, you feel like one entranc-
Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Caps, Hoots and ed and gaze with wonder at the man whose
J. W.'rOWERS & CO.
October 1, 18.r)3
10,000 lbs Tallow .-.wanted,-
For which the highest cash price will be ' P. - :
Oct 8, 18o3 A. M. CAM1 UIAAj.
Tl Mill 1 hat took the l'rfminm
The nndersitmfd has the pleamre of announcing to
th? citizens of Robfson and the adjoining counties,
that he has purchased the entire interest of Messrs.
Gregory & Rogers it the Steam Saw and Grist Mill at
this "place: and is ndw prepared to nil all oruers ior
L.umbcr that mav bd sent in. Having a superior qual
ity of Timber to saw j he is confident his :' Lumber can
not ie surpassed.
Terms for r loor nig and YV eatber-lwardinjr $1"
Inch Ilards, Ceiliug and Scantling. 10
Kougltage halt price, say 15
The cash will invariably ' be required on delivery of
the liumber. as tnei unaersigned intends keeping jio
books for that pufpofso. I he above terms will be
strictly adhered to Jn all cases.
v. v. uih; litis
Lumlerton. Pec. ttO, 18.3. 7l-tf
THE SUBSCRIBERS will receive proposals for 100,
000 lbs. of Cotton Batting or AVaciam. Al for
3 000,000 (three millions) of Heeds from 3 to 3 feet
lo,U tndaNo 10.000 (ten thousand) pounds of good
1 it- :tntn,l nuantities. For further
particulars inquire of . ; R- .-
Favetteville, Nov. U, 13. C8-tf. J. HbNK.
A. 31. CampbfU,
AUCTIOXEER & COM3IISSIOV MERCHANT,
Fayetteviijjb, Iv. C
' October 1. 1853. : y " ':; :':,r- : "" ' :- ' :
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
I A ilmixgtox, rs. C,
Liberal cash advances made on consignments of Naval
Stores. Cotton, and other produce. Othcc at the Store
of Messrs Grady & Monk, iorth W ater Street.
Nov. 1. im
Bank Checks and Notes,
On all the' Bank
in a superior sty
in Favetteville, just printed
for sale at the
1 1 am now receiving a much larger stock of
Fancy Dry Goods
than I have vet offered in Favetteville, consisting of
Drv Goods of everv uescripi iou, uuw, y, ..
-J . ...u:l. lm h1jI n nv iU inT
Ready-maac iiotuiug, "
crnods in the State. .
T will be -lad to have the ladies call and examine my
IwiIlDe?iaa W. F. MOORE,
Sept. 17, 1853. if
POU SALEOR RENT,
The fine SUMMER RESIDENCE two miles west of
towi!-r4si6n given immediately. Apply oJohn
H. Cook or C. E. Lecte. A. LLETb.
March 19, u .
Shoes. magic miutl and eloquence have bound you cap-
Also A larcc addition to their tock of Ready-3Iade tive to his triumphal ear.
Clothing. - - . . ; . McDuffie rose rapidly from obscurity to cmi-
All of which they offer to tke trade upon their usual . k ftrP in the opinion of
tns ""' i iiv-iivi;, unmiuf, "v , .. . ---- g
ith Air Oalhoun: who was the hrst to
11IIU IV IU : tilt; I A lUbUl tni v Jliv uui I lijuiif r
As a pnbhc speaker
vnte McDuCc was variable in L:
some occasions, be would he cxtrt ,: f !y r
dashirg on with the rapity of a
whip and spur. At other times,
ter ft word or. two In a low tone, or
nn a candle and remove it, ns if
light." lie then would utter a sentence, a .
replace the candle. Suddenl' he would eti if.
you. Ly giving vent to a bold axiom, and rtr"." -thc-tble
with his fj;t, inflicting a blow tl .
was ! ard cnongh to have demolished it. W
hear I liim deliver his famous speech at Ch. i:
ton, iii vindication ot his 'forty 1 !o thcor'
(hat !ic raintained the )ropo?itio;i that i .-:
b"1' ont of every hundred were Ic-t to f.
rr by the fraudulent operation oft!
tectvVsyteni. irtTfpoke four hours, ui.u
rlelibtfately seeming to think over, and m
every -thought before giving it utterance. lie
nsed considerable action, indeed it .was rather
dangerous to have a seat in his vicinity ; and
more than once we saw General Ilayne dodge to
avoid a blow from the sweeping arm of the
orator. In the course of his argument, lie would
occasionally relate an anecdote that served to
amuse, and relieve the audience, and which
afforded him a good opportunity to take a fm-Ii
start in the argument hc was elaborating.
Poor McDuffie 1 We . sec him in our mind's
eye, as he stood on that occasion, uttering
'thoughts that breathe and words that burn' -bold,
impassioned, eloquent and now, alas! he
sleeps the sleep that knows no waking, but his
memory will be cherished by his dear "native
land, and his name be embalmed in the brightest.-page
of his- beloved Carolina. Mobile
t Important Proclamation.
.The subjoined important proclamation, issued
by the President of the United States, will be
read with interest. It relates to a subject
which has attracted a large share of public at
tention, and will be received with general ap
probation'. It shows that the President is de
termined to interpose to maintain the integrity
of the laws against violation; and to tins end,
he calls upon all good citizens to discountenance
the proceedings alluded to, requiring all public
officers to exert their authority to arrest ana
bring to trial all offenders. This step was
called for by the intelligence received by the
President, and will be properly appreciated.
IJY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Whereas information has been received by me
that an unlawful expedition has been fitted out
in "the State of California with a view to invade
Mexico a nation maintaining friendly relations
with the United States and that other expedi
tions are organizing within the 'United States for
the same unlawful purpose; and whereas certain
ffll of their obfigatTons and duties, and of 1 he
rights of a friendly power, have participated,
and are about to participate, m these enter
prises, so derogatory to our national character,
and so threatening to our tranquility, and are
thereby incurring the severe penalties imposed
y law against such ollemiers :
Now. therefore, I, Franklin Pierce, President
of the United States, have issued this my proclamation,-warning
nil . persons who shall con
nect themselves with any such enterprise or ex
pedition that the penalties of the law denounced
airainst such criminal conduct will be rigidly
enforced;' and 1 exhort an goouciuzens, as incy
re-ard our national character, as they rcspect
our laws or the law of nations, as they value
the blcssinirs of peace and the welfare of their
country, to discountenance, and by all lawful
means prevent, such criminal enterprises; and I
call upon all olhcers oi tin? government, ciu
and military, to use any eiiorts wnien ina
in their power to arrest lor trial and punish
ment every such otlenuer.
Given under my hand and the seal oi i no
United States, at Washington, this
ciehtccnth day of January, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-four, and the seven-
ty-cighth of the independence of the
F 11 AN KLIN PIKltCi:.
Hy the President :
W. L. Maucy, Secretary of State.
etock an examination before makine their selection.
, HALL & SACKETT.
October 8, 1853.
- If. BTXAMDEItT, "
; Confectionery V'mrlety Store, . !
Under the ."Fayettcville Hotel. Hay Street,
. ' FAVETTKVH.IJC, N. C. .
December 31," 1853 " - J -
recognize and to foster the fortunes of the or
phan boy. lie stepped at once to the head of
the bar and until his election to Congress, he
had no competitor in South Carolina as a law
yer. His practice was very lucrative, and per
haps no lawyer ever acquired so large a fortune
in so short a. time. In his marriage, too hc
was fortunate, leading to the altar one of the
wealthiest bcanties of the land a uanghter ol
(iln of Kkrlh rWrnllaaaRnlwiAli Cannlri
Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessions To February Colonel Richard Singleton
Bright William, "Administrator of Alfred R. Rogers,
tr. Henry Kogcrs enczcr Kogers, and others.
Petition to fell a" Slave for the payment of Debts.
It appearing to the Coart that the following -person?,
next of km of tae testator, Alfred K. Kogers, are non
residents of this State, to wit : Mary Deer and wife
Polly; " .. Barnes and wife Milly, Nancy Rogers,
who arc the 1 brothers and listers of paid Alfred It.
In his manners, McDuffie had the simplicity
of a child. We shall relate an instance which
is characteristic of the man. 'Vour Mr Mc
Duffie is a very singular person!' said a young
lady to us on 'one occasion. 'How so?' 'Why,
I was at the Springs, a few months since,
and learning that the great Mr McDuffie was
in tne nousc, j..veia.iiHu.m
Onirtpr Sessions ot iiiaucu cuuuy, ,,
Si tie 9 "th day of Feb'y next, at the Mill,, the
late residence of Geo. T. Barksdale, dee'd upon jx
month' credit, Nine A alna me .egru v, . -Ned,
Matilda, Charity, Sophy, Lbza, Dolphin, Alexan
der, and John. Bond aud approved sureties required.
r. MURPnY, Adm'r.
Sold to pay debts.
Dec. 31, 1S33.
A Teacher wanted for 12 months, qnalified
to nrenare Bovs for Ctdlecre. $4."j0 and board will be
paid one to euit and well recommended. A portion of
the time a Common School will he taucht. Address
the subscriber, Taylors Bridge, N. C. .
D9C 31, 1853. 7i-4t
Rogers; Zany, Jesse, Henry, Bigum, Buddy, Looper,
Dew, Ebenezer uarneid,
Ann, Robert, Susan,
who are the children
a brother of eaid Alfred
efs. Ebenezer Rogers, Harrell and wife Hannah. Har- tA frtnnd it ! And his appearance, on
. ' .llMlJ- JlVM.x.... . ....
tpII and wire ban, iviward and M-ifc Marv. arc non-rew- I '
made in theortn Carolinian, a newapcr -puWufUra e u ... T" r oc finvrrnor of
in mc iowa ui ujuevme, iorinespaceoi iourct 1 a lew uaja i.. ... , , - - i j,, u0
notifiying the above named parties to appear at the tilP Stfite. AVe were standing by his siue in
next Term of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions TT se cf Representatives, when a raemuer iroiu
for the Coarrty or ltobepon, at the Court Honse m.wm- p...,..,,,. Maior John linger, approaencu
lierton. on the fourth Monday of February next, and wicsivut j . chair; I wish
then and there to an
Witness. Shadrach Howell. Clerk of said Court at -..ri.nfn nd handed the chair to AlajOr HUgcr,
office in Lnmhertonr the fourth Monday of November, J . .,.. t ld Colonel Warren, requesting
A. D. 18.-13, and of American Indepcudcuce the 78th year. : .., himself from the pain of sopport-
75t S-D'H. HOWELL, u.. mm - - f ; " . f he old hcro had
Issued the 31st Dec. 1853. - 1 lug uiuwv - nvan?inh A rrontle
lct i pr!u L u uaunc v -" o-
w bb.lc it was Pickens Butler, the pre
sent Senator in Congress who witnessed the
.niiff.. drew Alaior linger usiue, yiiiy,
wu 1 . - t.i
Wliothavo VOU donel' -Wno-w iiaij "uaiur
,i TTr for the tone of JJutler appnsea mm
Ci "o' . . 1 1 1
that he had committed some grievous viu"ui-r.
r trhv conld voa find no chair for Col.
WnrrAn but the one occupied by McDuffie?'
frickoV exclaimed lluger, almost peinnuu
with astonishment. 'McDuffie,' replied Butler.
ISHOVYX & PcHO?SET, .
DcROSSET' & BROWJTi
WILMINGTON,' N. C. "
Cleneral Commission Merchants.
.; .WOKTII & jjLt I OT T
. (Succefors to J.D.Williams)
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. '
J. A. WOHT1I. W. r. TiJAOTTi
- May 7, 1833. . -
T.,r PiiAnir Shiiv Cant. Ericsson, in
1IU vni"'""" ..... 1
note to the editors of the New York Expn ,
""The new engines are completed, and have
been at work for several days, their operation
proving conclusively that the practical difficul
ties which attended the first arrangement, have
all been overcome. The new engines arc much
reduced in size, whilst their principle of action
is the same as before, with this exception onlv,
that condensed atmospheric air is employed in
dace of the ordinary atmospheric, for producirg
the motive power. "This modification admits ol
an increase of power, limited only by the mpa
bility of retaining the presssre in the machine.
Some difficulty has been experienced 111 this
respect, and it is this which has mused ; o ; e
.1,.!, twuMitlv.''. .The obstacle, is, however, near
ly removed, and the public will shortly have an
opportunity of judging by practical evidence ot
the merits of the caloric ship."
"We venture to assert, that in no town
v ,..u v.i!nn la there ' more enterprise ai
public spirit exhibited, than in Fayettcville, aid
none for which the State has done ns little.
Her citizens arc active and enterprising, am!
what thev lack in means, they make up m in
dustry and perseverance. They have more plan!:
roads than perhaps can be found leading" from
any town in the "South, and these are built
mainly by individual suoscripiion, ami wemr.am
little in saying, that but lor the arr
boastings of Colby it Smith, they soon woul 1
have had a rail road to the coal fields.
We wish the new enterprise, the cstaUi la
ment of a female school, the greatest suece. '.
A most revolting tragedy occurred nt Sent
ington, Conn., on the 10th inst. A Mr l irn
while probably laboring under mental nl n
tion, proceeded to the room of his daughter,
idiot, abont 20 years of age, and cut her thn
with a razor while she lay asleep, after v, i i
he performed the same horrible operation
himself. Doth died almost immediately.