n" jv - -
letters on business connected with the firm mu.t be
addressed to the undersigned, and nt$ if post paid.
Ttatcs of IdTfrtMn:
- Sixty cents per wpiare of 16 lines for the first and
thirty cent for each H1erwnt insertion, unless the
odrerl jerr.end i.s juTni';el far o:ore than twt months,
whenit will bV charji
For throe month?, - - - - --
For 'six months,-- - -
ilf ar twaJve aawnthfi, - - - - -SEAY!
10 o'clock, a. m.. to ensure their ineertie
in hy Friday
5ii the next
Nov 12, lfioS t
lbs. They were bo
norland county, an
in Johnston County
or Fity Dollars for
moment in anr Jai;
thero. An addition
he paid for the con
Uy s paper, n Hiviia. hw-e tertre( rmttiiT ot in- i the above Negroes.
Herlion marked on them, M-fm.TV"ise fnoy Wl 1 in
serted til) furled aufl iharp!fl aeeorrfmpfty.
Runaway fromtlie sutecrUier, his Kcjrro men, JOHN
and TO KEY. Johfi is about 2G vears old, 6 feet 1 inch
18") or 190 lbs. Tohey a god about
years 5 feet 9 niches hiph. stout, and weighs 175
i?ht from AfrJamr.s Suries,.or Lum
I will probably be lurk hip: in that
cy has a wife at Mr Richard Hird's,
i Twenty-Five Dollars for either.
both, will be paid for - their appre
hension and dehreiy to the subscriber, or for their con-
in the .S'fate. so that he csn prvt
il sum of One Hundred Dollars will
ictioa of any person of harboring
Jtf All II I. K PJCTO It Y,
15Y "CEO. LAUDER.
Nearly opposlt to E. W. ' WiUkinc' AuotioB
Oct. i., i sra.
Fayetteville, S. C
Having recently purchased the above establishment
from Malcom Kelly, Kwi., I am uow prepared to enter
tain in a comfortable manner those who may five roe a :
e.all. Jlann ample stable, j.xii to.Jr-rsi .:id :. ts
iolthm to arcoicwodaje, I ti-r.1: 2 f3ra-l! & .h3e to
i v inire-icif.ct"w n l tbfe ir'b ?tar ftiv"i me n ill)
IL C. TLEAX.
JWoml.er 3, 8T?,. 10-tf
Fair Ru'.L Colma
Aiclitf r nn. I
to ext-eute iM.ANS
and Court Houses,
iagrs. and other p
from $."irt to $10.
Specifications and t
will al'vo suppriiiteii
Orders will recti ve
drs.B and sent to
Oct. 15. 18.") 3.
II KI! rc;ii.
Knilder, Faj ol lovillo, Ho
ins the public that he is prepared
of every description such as State
l'risons. Ac. Also, Churches. Cot
iblie and private edifices, esttn;
'); Iiridcs, Roofs, AeAt'C-. all with
ontracts made fWr the same. lie
I all kinds of work.
prompt attention, and Plan
country at short
tiny part ot tnc
I ()() AC" UK! OF LAM) l-'OR SAI,I.
The subscriber of-
of Land, located in
ED WD McPIIEILSO-Y
a u n i: n w a v- is r . t 1:0.
Importers and Wholesale' Dealers in Foreign and
24 Park Place and 10 Ra relay strcrt, Xtw Yo;:k.
N'ovembur 7. IS3 fini-pd
Pli.WrATIO.V'ASD. L'AXII Flt SALK.'
The subscriber o tiers, hi.s Plantatioi. and Land for
wlc, situated on the East rn.de of Cape Fear River.
abo:it d'our m'les from FaytfeviHe Then; arc aboui
:5;)T a'res of laud, 3' of .-wh;e1i "are cleared and iiiMler
Ctiltivat'um. tip the. premies is a 'dwelling. and all
necessary out dionses. The soil, for fertility, is noi
turpai4sc'd.'by any onWape Fear River. I'ersosis wish
to pnrchaie will please ellnd examine the preml
. A-J"rT9i iny e hnd. - - '
" " JOHN' McDERAN.
.Fau'y 14, 1851 3m pd
I It . T. C- II A Ij I.
Ha removed to the well-known stand of the Drs.
inson. corner of CJreen and l!ow streets.
April J3. 1S.:l tf
Ilis;tily import n it t l IIoimcSicrprTn.
PIATUKJiiSKJ t MATItKSSKSS MATUKsSFS I
. tutnjtftition in the trade Hrjierl.
The s:ibser;ler bear leave to in form the public thai
ho ha- constantly on hand, and ismanufaeturiujr to or
der. all kinds and. sizes f Matresse, which he intend.
to sell J." percent cheaper than any similar establislj
i:i"iit in Uiis place. Having served as an apprentice
to thvbuiness in one of the northern cities, he trust
that le will be able to pive the most complete satisfac
tion to his customers, lie manufactures hair Matresses
Matrese.s with spring, fir? Matrasses, and nil kinds ol
net tee bottomings. He docs also all kind of repalrini:
and renew-injr. Persons in want of any article in hi
line are rejue.sted to call and see p H-imeus of his work
at tiie Post 'Office buildtnp;.
January 21, 1S54. 3m
CM5MKXT . WltKillT,
Office at the corner -of Row and Green "drects.
Feb'v 3. ls.":t.
rs ifr sale twelve nur.dreu acres
Ihe lower end of Richmond coimtv.
( It is about ejui-dislant from Floral College. Lauren-
hurg lhtrh School, and Laurel linl. J he Land :s well
h of corn, cotton, wheat, Ae. It
ucenienfs to those engaged in the
er hiisi ne.-s. I nave coiisntuteu
Ksri. iv.v agent, during mv absence.
riilaptetl to the growl
ufso oflers gr' .it in
turpentine and liiml
to whom :tl eoinmumcations in regard to the matter
may he. addressed at
Lutlier Blue, who re
pleasure in exhibiti:
Tor tfcat purpose.
- Oct: 22.
es tins metlio-i fl
md the public! that he still continues in the .Mill
ail its oranoues. viz: loiimlenng.
AVater or Steam"' ills ftpon vari
with siuijile or complicated ma
rcturifi h's thanks to t!ie public for the
huts received heretofore. aid hopes
business, and by. giving general
v"right business and
framing, and erectin
ous principle.- eane
liberal patronage he
by j-tr.ct atteutiouAt
afisfacvnm. to men
latter himself that ljis work will compete with that of
for speed and durability. All per-
done in the above line would do
o:is wlio want world
vtdl to giv him a call, as he has several competent
workmen in his emp
iobs at the shortest, n
rdirs promptly att
.iddress tie suincr".
ou.dv. N. C.
November ll. L.")t
IM"S I ii l tt A ill !t?'ISII.
practical Pool-in tk-M" d' some ex
e time been sensible that there is a
t supplied to -the public in the way
for boots and sl:o"s. Most of the
her injure the leather or fail to
necessary to give to man's ' mi
ner hnisli. He ha- therefore, dur-
.1. AV. nKi:u -
lias received from the North the largest, finest, and
nvst carefully s-dec ted stock of 11" UN TCP I' ever of
f-red in this market, cori-d ting of fasiiion-tble painted
cott b vl room furniture in setts ; curled-hair and
shuck ai) 1 cot t m Mattresses; Looking Glasses: Willow
Wagons a:id Cradles; patent self swinging Cradles;
Side Hoards ; Ibireaus; Secretaries and Look Cases;
What-Nots; Tables, all sorts; Wash Stands; Candle
Stands; Wardrobes; picture Frames amHJhiss; Window
Shades; Cornices; Curtain Hands; Sofas in Mahogany
and Walnut; Tete a Tetes; Ottomans; Divans A' Stools;
Chairs of every variety. Fine ros-wood Pianos (Ren
net A' Oos. f Hroadwav, New York).
(VtobT "!, l.s"3 " ly-pd
TllOSK who are indebted to me. by Note or Account
will please settle t!v ;in". And all debts due me pri
or tt the 1st Janv ls":;. ihusI Ik settled, as longer in
Oct 1. l.s:3.
AT A. Mt'XKTlIAN.
1 he SuoscriiK'r. a
nerience. has for son
lexidvra! ii ni to be V
of a suitable burnish
articles now used ei
imnart that lustre sol
dtrstantiing a pr
ing the last twelve lionths. been devoting himself to
the task of pr- nann
t ions, and ha ;it lei
an article tree trom these ohjrc
ilh aft r mue'i im esL:g:ition and
fv succeeded. The result is , ' liil'.s
I . I - F
if tun ultra riniin
may be- test"d in
over a!! oih -rs. (
with an e.vci.d lent ai l
11 o;i him
Nov 1). I.")3
1 have always on
Ihe Fall and Winter
or in exchange for I
I have now in Stoii
r.ar.C Hotter.- ( 'h -esel
and Rrown Sugars.
Shoes. Negro Blank
meat of Readv-ma le
October 20. 18."3.
Iv- M. Ml t iiisirv,
t'nmniUiiiiiii mutt t'orttKnllng .litre ha lit
AVilmin(;tvv, X. (.
January 7. ls" t y
N O T I v i:.
H iving purchased the interest of T. R. Underwood
in th-e firm of G. W. Lawrence ,v Co., t0!itiime
businesH as lier.-toftr- at M vitv's Gkiikv.
I have from 12 to l." -Cnooers .eor.stRntlv at work
manufacturing SPIRIT HAPUELS. at the i-.Uc ;f loo
to 12 per week: have now on hand" 10 Parrels t,,r
nal;'. at $2" 2" cash at the shop, or $2 3." delivered in
T ulill -ila e t i n in tlie il"fl!tm- nfTiiri.... 1
" .- '- I' oi:,i-. .him J
will pay within 1" cents per barrel of the Fayetteville ;
price in casSi, or goo.tat ea-m prices.
T have now in Store a general assortm-nt of Gools.
for sale at Fayetteville prices. All kinds of country
produce taken in exchaage for-go.xls. Call and see.
G. w. lawrfnc::.
Nov -2., 1853 CO-tf
the Shop formerly o-
eugaged the servici-s
gives such g 'ii'.'ial a;
preptrcd to .execute i
V j-o:is. Car!. Drav-I
I have on hand an
ply of Iron Axles, t
thing that the Wagoi maker can need
to order at the hort
I have ten goo 1
business, and will giv
M v price shall :
; m.t. and 1 will eiialb
td States to etpial inj
Oct. 2li. 1K3.
) tnat he has uirchast
(Iregorc A Uo"gers in
J this place: and is noJ
j Lumber that may Ik?
ity of Tinder to saw-
not Ik1 surpassed.
Term for Flooring
ii a ii nnv iii.i.l:h,
A '1 TOltXE V AT 1 AW,
Fay kttk v i i.i jc, N. C.
Office on Anderson Street.
October 22, ls;3 fim
I have no many calls about Turpentine lands that I
have concluded to oiler niy services to buy and sell.
Those having lands? for sale will furnish me wtth-pTors
and quantity, together with fair description, and
is o v. IS. 1M3. S-tf. JAM IIS O. COOK.
t,ICh, mmMVI K!i KOIl sale.
' .Tlicrsubscribcrii offer for sale Three Teamsof Mules,
Wagon and Harness. Those wanting ,Mulcs would do
well to call on the premises.
Alsx, 3000 acres turpentine' Land for sale. Call and
The ca-h wtll invar
th;; Lumber, as th'i
oooks tor mat p-iri
strictlv adhered to in
Lumborton. Dec. in
Cypress Creek, Bladen Co., )
' December 8, 1853. f
On all the IJatiks
in a superior style,
.us Co. K. C. Oct G. fi3-tf
. - . 0 ... -5-4 .iic iStock of. v''. ,
r . - Staple .and Fancy Dry CJoods ' . '
Embracing every style and quality adie, Dress Cooils
Also, all styles of Goods for Gentlemen's wear ; Fine
Moleskm and other styles fashtonable Dress Hats-, Satin
and Straw Bonnets; Roots and Shoes, etc. 4
We cail particular attention to a splendid as
soi trucut of
Readv-made Clothing, ' ;
; Of the very best material and workmanship.
In our stock maybe found all Goods suited to the
season, at the very lowest market prices. All in want
of Goods in our line v. ill please give us a call
E. L. & J. A. VEMBERTOX:
' Hay. St., Fnycitevilh; Oct. 8, 1833. 62-tf
PINE. FllUIT t FIXE KItCIT IX
Ten Thousand? Apple Trees of the finest kinds, ripen
ing in succession, from the earliest to the latest. Ten
j Thousand Reach Trees of the finest kinds, ripening in
succession, trom early in .June to NovemIer. One
Tho!icaud Cherry Trees of the finest kinds, ripening in
succession, trom the lirst of 31 ay to July; also, a hnC
assortment of Apricots, Nectarines, I'luins, Pears and
Strawberry plants, for sale at the l'omological 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 apjdi
cant. During my absence my brother, Owen Lindlcy, will
deliver trees at Cane Creek, and my son, Albert G
L'ndlcv, at New Garden.
New Garden, Guildford county, N. C. )
The 1-1 th of the 10th mo.," f 7fi.r-m
Tlic r ndersimied baye'this dar formed a conartner-
ship uiili.r. the najnenct style of
'vr:v;.y council, c'alv a co.,
For the purpose of transacting a General Mercantile
Business. vTAiey hare a good stock of Goods irow on
hand, at lh old stand pf J. T. Council t Cain, wfirre
they will bx?glad to Bee their friends and the public
generally, i JOHN T. COUNCIL.
RICHARD S. CAIN.
T S. AH persons owing J. T. Council A, Cain debts
of long standing, are requested to call and settle with
Council "Caiu i Co, who are fully authorised to settle
the dents ot J. J . Council fc Cain.
Jan'y Iff, 18.14. "ill-it
transferred to tlie
(Filopolis P. ).. - Robeson county,
ides near to the premises, will take
g them to any one who may eaJJ
j J. G. RLUF.
. ' r-i-tf
i continunnee of tfie same, ilc
y, anu is prepared to execute all
'tice and on very reasonable terms,
nded to. For farther information
tv at J )!KisoMVii!e. HmberlaiHl
D. R. JOHNSON.' -
Al Ilome Arain.
. DRAUG1ION 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, fur sale at
low prices, a full t-tock of
CJjcevies and Dry Goods, Boots t Shoes,
IlardKnre V Cutlery, Crockery and Glass-ware,
Window Glass, Clocks,
Pure French Brandy,.. Holland Gin, St. Croix
1 - . and GUI Jamaica Rum.
Tort, radeira, Brown and Golden Sherry,
Malaga, Sicilv, and Scuppcrnong Wines;
Old Bye Whiskey,
With his usual large stock of Domestic Liquors.
Also, 2d dozen Wolfe's Aromatic Schncidatn Schnapps.
lO(JLOi0 Segars, (very cheap,) : - .
25 Rask-fcts Champaigne , -
' Sardines; Sperm and Adamantine Candles. ;
W. DRALHillON, Market Square
Nov 12, IS." 3 3m
: , . ' "... '
AVAUOX. A two horse wagon with fixturescompetc
forsne J. & T. WADDJLL. '
Dec. 17, 1S53. 72-lf
c o it ar .
1500 ushels country Corn, in store, for sale by
I W. n. LCTTERLOII.
January 21, 1854 tf
James C. Smith. Milt.s Cosrix.
J JAMES C. SMITH A. CO.,
J Commission Merchants,
nave rdpnoved their office to the second ftory of the
building formerly occupied by the Trlepraph Company,
where tlry are prepared to attend to all businens in the
All bus'ness entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmitgton, Jan'y 14, 1854. 7-ly
THE subscriber ofTers for sale, his LANDS, six miles
North oj Fayetteville, and about one mile from the
Fayettevlle and Raleigh Plank Road, consisting of
about twelve hundred and sixty acres of land, suited
to the making of Turpentine, or Timber. There is also
on the premises, a good Saw and Grist Mill, all in good
repair an now in operation ; also, a Dwelling, and all
the neeessirv outhouses, in erood renair.
Alsoj another tract of two hundred and fifty acres, on
the head raters of Carver's Creek, known as the Tarry
Place, "onAvbieh there is a small Farm, a Dwelling House
and othet houses
- On thedirst named tract, there is cut alont twenty
five thoiitind Turpentine Boxes, from two to four years
old. i 'fj ? . ' . .-
, ?AU theiaboye lands will be sold on the most accom
modating! terms. Persons wishing to pnrchase, will
pleaac, cai, on the subscrilwr, who will take pleasure in
showing the above lauds.
A ATM. R- BOLTON.
York factions have beeu
floors of Congress, and the country has been en
tertained with some very pretty pparring be
tween the various champions. But the indica
tions arc that this controversy, which threatened
to result in such injury to the Administration,
will pass quietly and harmlessly by at least on
the issues which gave it birth. The nomination
of Mr lledfleld has been confirmed, and Atr
Bronson, in spite of all his persecution, and
his smart letters, will be named no more.
A question' has arisen, however, which will
fairly put to the test, the faith of both Hards
and Softs, and determine as well the sincerity i "rcI acquainted with the prop,-..
of their support of the principles of the Compro- tu1 consequence, you
mise of 1850. as the justice of their several I
claims to be esteemed the friends of the South.
Our remarks will be understood as having" re
ference to the question of the establishment of
a Territorial Government for Nebraska. Ave
called attention a few days ago to Mr Douglas'
Bill which proposes to extend the principles of
the late Compromise to that territory, to the
resolution introduced by Sumner re-ns.sertiug
the Wilmot proviso, to the action of the Ohio
Legislature, and to the call of a public meeting
in the city of New York for the object of de
nouncing Mr Douglas' Uill.
We regard these as significant indications of
the restiveness of a portion of the .North on the
oft asserted liuality of the Compromise, and
their determination to set at naught its provis
ions, in every respect, at all favorable to the
South. We, in fact, saw that, our predictions
were being realized, of the Compromise being a -Jbr the last time.
hollow truce, by which the fcouth was put to -Mouths rolled away : every prol nlulil v that
sleejj for further robbery. But it so happens ingenuity could devise had been abmriu d in
tntit these rsew lork factious have made their
agreement, it was necessary to take j ... . ( I ;
her. The appointed day found him :i tit
wharf, ready to take his departure. Tin- p...-D r
had jnst deposited his trunk on the (-.-.-( ' :
deck, when a gentleman, who had been w.,t U-
mg me young mairs tnovememts, steppe
anu inquired whet her thry were li;:vo U.
pleasure of each other's company on ; o .ii.-- am
tedious a voyage, as all such voyage u u i!!
were at that day. Receiving an answer . '
affirmative, tliey were koou engaged in Vi e r
The gentleman was a resident of tho j !
w-islies that it
vf iIiskIi i Im i u i(r-1 v i i v
at his shop opposite Mr
t'orv. May street, and he snpnlied
vie at :i clieaji rat".
. THOMAS (JILL..
baud a full' assortment ofHIJO-
l.N'S. and other Uood suUahle for
tTra.le. ami which I oiler for I'a-h.
od nee of almost any kind,
r Flour. Meal. Coni. liiee. Paeon.
; Crackers. Salt, white Clarified
jo and Java Coffee. Tea. Molasses.
Vinegar, Fish, Cigarp. Tol.-:ieeo. Snurf, Candles, Soaj)
Starch. Sp'cc-1, Caillies. Pejiper. Buckets, Brooms
wrought and cut Na:
a;il a good assortnu
things in Hie Orce
s. Powder. Shot. Percussion Caps.
lit ot I ye Mutts; with many other
Vlso a good assortment of Dry Goods, Boots and
Is and Kerseys, and a cood assort-
Clothing. Call and buy cheap.
W. H. CARVEB.
111" stock of .f;itorit.I on hand at
ned liy Mr. F. Fuller, and having
t .Mr. .1. e . I. ally, wiiose work
I entire satisfaction. I am now
1 orders for Timber Wagons, Road
will constantly keep a pood sup-
i:vins. leuts. arni m snort, evcrv
h the improved Iron Axles, made
md competent. Workmen at the
jit my whole ami undivided at-
s mo.lente as the times will ad
re anv Wagon-maker in the Fni
' work, either in point of style or
T1IOS. C. FCLLER.
'Tlir-JIill lliiit look llic I'rnalum I
Th-? undersigned h;
U the pleasure of announcing to
the citizen of Rote.4n and the adjoining counties.
the entire interest ot". Messrs.
Ihe Steam Saw and Grist Mill at
prepared to rill all orders for
nent in. Ilavinir a -superior mial-
be is confident his Lumber can-
Inch Boirds. ."!.;i;ni? and ScaAtlinsr.
. - mil, j ii uc. s.i
hy l.c rejiuirod on delivery of
Un.lersisrned intends -Iceeninrr
se. The above terms will
IX W." "ROGERS.
GENERAL C(MMISSIOX MERCHANT
Lileral cash advancs made on consignments of Naval
Stores, Cotton, and otfier prixlnee. (Mice at the Store
of Messrs Grady V M nk. North Water Street.
ov. 1. 3ni
Th v sul'Mi ibcrs want to purchase any quantity of
the above named artiees; those having the same for
sae wi7 do we t ca'V on us ul the Store No. 7, Green
i .Street, orth ot tlic Market, alter the lirst of Januarv.
I K. W. HENRY.
Dec. 17, lS.-3. 72-tf J. IIENRV.
TIIE subscriber is dally receiving additions to his
slock of SEASONABLE (iOOBS, wh.ch are offered at
fair ju ices, for cash or produce.
JUST TO HANI).
Super Black. Brown, Blue and Green FROCK COATS.
Satin, and other kinds of Vests.
. ('assimere Pauls and Pants Stuff.
Nats, Caps, aud.CITV-MADE Boots, light and heavy,
which willbe warranted to purchasers.
Also, a large stock common Boots and Shoes.
Traveling Trunks, Carpet. Ba;s, and Carpeting.
1 piece heaw Cocoa Matting, for passages.
WOOD-WAKE. Tubs, Kelars, I'ailsBuckets, va
rious kinds. Ac.
Blacksmith's Tools, Mill Saws, Cross Cut and Hand
Saws. Glue, Hoop and other Iron, with a good assort
ment of Dry Goods. Groceries and Hard-Ware, making
a verv- fair general stock. Buyers are invited.
V TliOS. J. JOHNSON,
Near the Cape Fear Bank, lelow the Market House.
Fayetteville. Oct. 1M:1. Ci-ilmo
FRESH OAHOES S BEUS. .'
i SAM L j. ;.jiiNsi')iw-e..;
i-a uis MppTyrl f irbir Xnel" cifla'IXE
Li'lllf 400 Casks, fresh from the kilu,
Calcined Plaster Paris.
Cement and Plastering ILvr,
A few casks extra white Lime, for putty or white
washing, for sale by
J. W. POWERS & CO.
October. 1,1833 tf
10,000 lbs Tallow wanted,
For which the highest cai price "will be paid.
: Oct 8,1853 ' A. M. CAMPBELL.
GiLb's Sri Euiou 15oit axp Shoe Bckxish
May be found at J. N. Smith's Drug Store, and at
the boot andrshoc manufactories of M. Faulk and Na
than Sike. Call and try it. TIIO'S GILL, .
January 7, 1&54. tf :
.;.'- :-.''.', A. 31. Cam b 1,.',, :-v
AtXTIO.VEEIl At COMMISSION MERCHIXT,
F AVKTTKVIJ.I.K, N, C.
October 1. 1R":J.
Bank CI ecks and Notes.
in Fayetteville, jnst printed
for sale at the
State of North rarolinaBHol)oii Cunutr
Court of Pitas and Quarter SessionaTo February
Bright "Williams, Administrator of Alfred R. Rogers,
vs. Henry Rogers, Ebenezer Rogers, and others.
Petition to sell a Slave for the payment of Debts.
It appearing to the Court that the following persons,
next of km ot the testator, Altrcd 11. Rogers, are non
residents of this State, to wit: Mary Deer and wife
Polly. i Barnes and wife Milly, Nancy Rogers,
who are the brothers and siters of said Alfred R.
Rogers; Zany, Jesse. Henry. Brgum, Buddy, Looper,
Dew, Ebenezer Barlield, lrvin Scott and wife Mary
Ann, Rolert. Su-an. Scaly, Hinant and Ilamah Rogers,
w ho are the children of Dew Rogers, decca d, who w as
a brother of said Alfred R-, the intestate; Henry Rog-
erS hiOCllCZer litl;eis. uuiliu mm m- 11HIMI.IU, ii.ii-
i t 11 and wife SalU Edward and wife Mary, are non-resi
dents of this State ; it is ordered ttiat publication be
made in the North Carolinian a newspaper published
in the Town of Fayetteville, for the space of four weeks,
notitiving the above named parties to appear at the
next term of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
for the County of Robeson, at the Court House in Lum-
iHTton. on the fourth Monday of Felruary next, and
then and there to answer, plead or demur to said Peti
tion, or the same will lie taken as confessed as to them.
Witness. Shadrach Howell. Clerk of sa'd Court at
office in Lambert on, tbe fourth Mouday of November,
A. 1. 18.VS, and of American Independence the 7tb year.
7-lt3 S D H. HOWELL, Clerk C. C.
Issued the 3-lst Dec. 1853.
GALVKN SEEI grow th of 1?53
: BIANSE4irly China,
.- " k - EarlyValentine,
r i Early Mohawk,
- - Large Limn. .
BEETS Early Blool Turnip, :"
. " White Sitgar, V
Early Flat Basfano,
Long Blood Red, -CORN
Sugar or Sweet,
CABBAGE Early York.
Early Sugar Loaf,
" ; ; Karly flat Batterea -
iW Large French" Ox-head, - .
; Large York,
'. Large English Drumhead,
4 Fine Drumhead Savoy,
CAULIFLOWER Early Londo
CARROT Long Orange,
CELERY White Solid,
CCC UMBER Early Russian,
London Long Green,
EGG PLANT Large Purple,
LETTUCE Royal Cabbage,
Large Green Ice Head
QNION Wethersfudd Large lied,
1 ! Yellow Silver Skin,
PARSLEY Double Curled,
PARSNIP Long Smooth.
PEPPER Large Bull Nose,
PUMPKIN Connecticut Field,
RADISH Early Long Scarlet,
Early Scarlet Turnip,
Black Fall Spanih,
SQUASH Early Yellow BiiFh,
TOMATO Large Red.
TURNIP Early Spring,
Purple-top Rata Baga,
Large Knglish Norfolk,
For sale by S. J HINSDALE.
January 2 L I S-'L 777-4t
! l . eo
youiHr-JL had many ai..v..i. -.
inqutnes to make, tu regard to the ycolc, cli
mate, kc., and especially in reference tu bis
new employcrK, when what was his sm j i i i ;m l
amazement to hear, that alfhoinrh j.icji ' m
perfy and respectability, thry were m en f
the blackest dye. In a moment his mint I was
made up what course to pursue, under t!.t c
new developments. As the color of his m; lov
ers was a matter or considerable importing
him, and nothing" had been mentioned, in
agreement, of this singular fen t tire, he fi ll !
self free from all obligations to fulfil hi en; .
ment; and in a few moments his baggage wn t:
on the wharf. And when the brig unfurled
sails to the breeze, it was with one less than
anticipated number of pa. cngers.
Those who stood on the wharf thnt fine
vember morning, watching the white sails
they blended with the horizon around, sau
i e r
past devotion to the Compromise, and their wil
lingness to8ustaiu it in the future, the grouud
of all their quarrel, and each ban charged "upon
the other the utmost treachery, and falsehood in
regard to it. An issue is pending which: will
determine between thcmaudjve shall earnestly
watch the progress." They both stand out as
.the advocafes of the principles of the Compro
mise and their action will sustain or contradict
their past professions. It is perhaps, well' for
accounting for her protractedoynge. Mot I
andiisters had received every fresli Miggt
of hlj probable safety, with avidity; but I
mat sweei ancnor 10 inc soul, iniaiiy mu- nib
bed' to' despair, when after the ljj.se of a r
all admitted that uo chances for l.tT safety v. t r
left. " .
The good brig Diamond with her pa- vc; ;
and crew, were remembered am 05 t!.!e tl.i;
that were. "
Light or ten years after, (Uibbs, the ( T '
lheSati th . thn t-partiKA-r t t7uM2w4b4UHlihoj led pirate made -a cuufusslija
That convenient residence, situated on Haymount,
opposite Mr J. G. Cook's. It is now undergoing
thorough repairs. Apply to
GEO. S. HODGES.
".JTv ;-.;. - CHEAP OOO US,
' I am now receiving a much larger tock of
Fancy Dry Goods
than I have yet offered in Fayetteville, consisting of
Dry (roods of every description, Hats, Boots, .Shoes, and
Ready-made Clothing, which will lie sold as low as any
iroods m the Stafre.
I will be glad to have the ladies call and examine my
Ftock. W. p. 5IOOHB.
St-pt. 17. 18oH. tf i
II. I. HOWIE,
Attorxky at Law, Wniixarov, X. C.
Office oa the cor ier of Front and Princess streets under
the Journal Office. -
POU SALE Oil REST,
The line SLMMKII RESIDEXCK twomUw weft of
town I'ofsession given immetliately. Apply to John
II . Cook or C. E. Leetc. S. A. LEETE.
March 19, 13. tf
Coufttiionery rikI Varlelf Slor,
Under the Fayetteville Hotel. Hay Street,
Fayette vii xk, N. C.
December 31, j
confmitteel; for never before has the. 'itestbeen
so fairly presented, of whether there is any par
ty at the North really friendly to lie, rights,
Aid rf there Is. who thev are.- Charltston
Cure for Tlrulent Small Fox or Scarlatina and
: Tit Bale f. ,-.
V merchant ami fhiii owner of this city has
-j naa tne ionowing recipe seutnim ironi iugjaua,
where it was furnished by Mr Lark in, member
tot the Royal College of Surgeons, and who
vouches for it as a "medicine that will effect a
revolution in the healing art, as regards the
prevention and cure, not only of small pox, but
also of measles and scarlatina, however malig
nant the type, in a manner more efficient and
extraordinary than could ever have been hit!
erto anticipated, even by the most ardent phil
anthropist." - ' -- :
"Ou the first appearance of fever or irritation
ushering in attacks whether occurring in fa
milies or large communities, the. (subjoined mode,
of treatment should at once be entered on :
Take one grain of powdered foxglove ordigi
talis (valuable in the ratio of greenness the
dark should be rejected) and one of sulphate of
zinc (this article is commonly known as white
vitriol.) These should be rubbed thoroughly
in a mortar or other convenient vessel, with lour
or. live-drops of-water; this done a noggin (or
about four ounces) more, with gome syrup, or
sugar, should be added. Of this mixture a ta
ble spoonful should be given an adult, and two
teasjioonfuls to a child, every second hour, until
symptoms of disease vanish.
"Thus conducted convalesencc, as if by magic,
will result. The rapidity of an event so auspi
cious will equally delight aud astonish. It may
however, be necessary to further note, that
should the bowels become obstructed inprogress
of the disease, an evil by no means common,
then a drachm of the compound powder of japan
(formed of two parts cream of tartar with one
of jalap) and one grain of the herb, treated as
above, formed into a pastil with syrup or sugar,
should be given to an adult, aud half the quan
tity to a child. This simple medicine shuts out
every other form or article whatever, as totally
unnecessary, if not pernicious.
"The raethodus medendi of these medicines,
capable of effecting results go gigantic, remain
now only to be given, and appears to be as fol
lows: The herb, by it3 anti febrile properties,
lays hold at once of the fever, the proline sour
ces of woe, which it immediately strangles, while
the zinc acts the part of a tonic, instantly re
storing the equilibrium."
Mr Larkin adds ; "Xo emigrant or govern
ernment vessel should hereafter he allowed
to put to sea without a few peuce worth of
these protectors; and it is further ardently hop
ed that, as the dearest interest of our common
humanity are so vitally involved iu this discove
ry, the press of all countries will give publicity
to this announcement." BoUn Courier.
jl. - tJ. ' if. A. - -.l
Hien wiih rnv iwhi iiiiininuoii given 01 llic in
tuna.futt of that goodly .vessel, (jlibbs
hia jji&tigtcd crew hud taken possoMwii of
by statagerii,inurdcred every soul on boaril,
then scuttled her. II ow truly may it I ,
"Uiere-'s a divinity that shapes our fnh, i
hew them as M-e will."
The subject of this sketch, Pcltii'nr f r(!i
clearly, the uneertainities of life, is ti
while those who were to have been (mi!;n
on that disastrous vnyagrt to Maraeaibu h
been long since forgotten.
He is styled by those fond of innklii"- u or
distinctions, one of the merchant irinci s ol' X i.
York; but he i.s the same ut heart; kind, m ii' i-
ous and true, as at the' moment he stepped fn :;i
the deck of that ill-fated brig, tl icrrl'V r?cu),iT
premature death; nor has le cv r vet fore oil m
the divinity that shnticd his hnppur lot. ilA-
del American Courier.
A (ioon WAY OF 1 1 E a 1:1 ; riion IIomi:
young man in California .whose frieinis l ut
remembered, him us he thought thev on-
adopted the following expedients: lie .: .
and wrote some half dozen h.-ttt rs to diili i ,
persons at home, inquiring the price of land ;
stock ; what he could buy a handsome., farm
200 or 300 acres for, &e.; intimating that
had large sums to invest, and was very rich ;
crally. IJy rc turn mail he received no less t':
seven letters, all anxiously inquiring after
health, when he was coming, Arc., jind .u
reived three or four every 11 ail since, inch, do
some very warm ones from on old and v 1
THE SURSCRIOERS will receive proposals for 100,
000 Jbs. of Cotton Uatting or Waddiug. Also, for
3,000,000 (three millions) of Reeds from 3 to 3 feet
long, and also, 10,000 (ten thousand) pounds of good
clean Corn Shucks, in stated quantities. For further
particulars inquire of R. AY. HENRY.
payettevillc, Nov. li, 1S53. C8-tf. J. HENRY.
BIIOW.N & DeBOSSET,
DtttOgSEx &, BROWK,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
General Commission Mcrcliants.
. VORlH ft- ELLIOTT,
; , (Successors to J.D.Wnianif,)
FOR V7ARDIXG & COMMLSSIOX 31 ERC II ANTS
? . FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
J."A. WORTH- , - ' yt.. T. ELUOTT
May 7r.18.3; 38-tf . . ... ..
. , -' - - "
A countryman in one of the-We tern States,
with a load of meal, drove up to a lady's door,
wheu the following brief conversation took place;
"Do you want any meal, ma am? -"What
do you ask for a bushel?"
"Ten cents, ma'am prime?'':
"I can get it for a fip!"
(In a despairing Toice) "Dear Lady? will
you take a bnsnel lor notningr"
"Is it sifted?"
Important To Romkrodv. The following t .1
for information, we clip from the (in ci. i!h
Ptfligrec. The publishers of papers thro;;
out the State will oblige the editor if tin- .M. :n
taineerby calling attention to the follow in,"- :
if the heirs of William Sawyers and Cliar-t
Sawyers, who left Kngland conn.! time I m ! v. ; 1 1
1110 and 1770 and settled in South Caro!;-,;.
will call 011 Joseph Powel", I'scj., of (i .ns ;;!
South Carolina, they will learn that li t v ; ,
entitled to a large estate in money, which I.;.
been deposited in the Dank of England for 11
ny years. It is unclaimed. Their father's nat -,
was William Sawyers. Their mothirV, JL ;
noh Hurst or Ilust.
Did Voc Ever. An itemizer, at a late even
ing sewing party, reports that one lady made
use of the exclamation: "I thonght I should
have died?" one hundred and twenty eight times,
and she, pot the inquiry, "Did you everl" one
hundred and thirty-seven tunes. -
Interesting; to Lames. Extravagance,
say, has struck in. It appears that home.,
has returned from Europe with the infonna:.:
that ladies of high rank there frequently ,
more money upon that part of their wardn-'
which is unseen, than upon that which i
Hence, the ruling ambition of the season, nri
the newly enriched, is to, possess the (oil
article of invisible attire; toexhibit nt homr ,
particular friends, and at street crosir.;:s ,,i
pnddles, (real or imaginary,) to the pnbf-r .
large, skirts of most elaborate cor.trtietioi ;
wear yards of lace, embroidery and st'.tchii
where the human eye cannot penetrate; to ai
about all day a small fortune iviki nlol am '
the strata of their apparel, and at ni-i.t
sink into a mound of down, enveloped in !!
which cost more money than the poor girl, u!
ruined her eyes by making them, can s;uc
many years. Not to put too fine a point to i
wc may as well mention that for the rol.cs ju
referred to, thirty, forty, lorty-nve dollar
no very uncommon price. JV. V. Minor.
The Secretary of the Treasury has sent x t-
000 in 25. 10 and 5 cent tieces, to the colic. -tt-r
at Kichmond. Virginia, who will distribute if
among the citizens in exchange fox gold. N
one pert on' will be paid over $100.
J - -rXy V.- H