A WEEKLY NEWS PAP Ell Devote I lo Polities. the Markets, Foreign and Domestic
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L. U I L.
BRYAN & YATKS, Proprietors, j-
PAYETTEYILLE, K C SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1854.
sJI Sal B3SS 1
rUIXTKD.IiV WILLIAM J." YATES.
It 0 BE It T K. fill VAX," Editor.
Terms of Sub-rrbtion to the !YorlI Carolini.
or a single espy, if paid in advance, per annum, $2 oo
.'' at the end of Ii months, 2 ."
" " " at the end of G month.-.' 0')
" ' at the end of the year, 0 ."
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than one year unlc?s paid in advance.
With the view of extending the circulation and en
hancing the usefulness of the paper, the proprietors of
fer the following remarkably low -
vlub jutes, i.vr.inr.1 is lv iv jiDr.i'CE:
.r copies oF the Carolinian. 1 year, 00
1 " - o:
Letters ou business connected, wi'h the firoj. i tCf-t i,e
-iddre?e4-W-tKj nwli-Mined, and ; '.fvj'v- i
Itntrs of Alv fit Kill';-
.Sixty cent per square of: l' lines- lot '.:'- Mt. aMi
thirty - iit f-r e;rh subsequent in-eitioii. unl'-'ss. t!;e.
advertisein'-nt is published for more Shan O-'.o nil 1:1 1 Vt-'-w
h--u it will be charged
Are now recti
a4je;uit'.ful assortment of
RCE fc PEJ1KERTOX
ring, in addition to their former Stock.
, I loan
- : Shirt 4
April J , 1S.4
ings for sale M
Nov 12. IP.'.I
d Lmbi oidere.l Kobe.,
Ladiek 'Collars and L'nder-Slcevcs,
k and other Trimming.-, ;
Is and Stocks.
'OR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
P. fc 1'. llay Street,
PlLLS Cotton Yarns and SLcct-
TROY & MARSH.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
E. L. & J. A. PE.M BERTON
Have just received and opened a large and well select
ed stock of -
SILK AND FAXCY DRY'gOODS,
Which have been selected with unusual care, and de
signed more particularly for the Retail Trade. In our
stock may be found all the late styles, and designs for
Ladies7 Dress Goods; Fancy plaid and brocaded Silks;
plain Canary col'd do; black Gro-dc-Rhine and figured
do ; rich PLAID Dei ages and Tissues, (Plaid -.-being
the rage this season;) tig'd and plaid Grenadines; large
lot feu perior plain Leragea and Tissues, embracing all
the desirable colors pinks, blues, green?, blacks,
whites, tans, cauarv. Ac; printed Enib'd and Swiss
Jaconet; India and Foulard Silks; plain tig'd and
For six month's.
For twelve month's, -
t s. i: . T li-:.... i i: .
plain Cliaiiys ; rpaiuiie ijuwiifc; jrrimvu. jiusnne;
French, Enlisli and American Ginghams and Prints,
150 HUU AHl). j Ac. Ac.
Runaway from the subscriber, his Negro meu, JOHN ! .FOR GENTLEMLNS WEAIL Swprior black and
l-TWI---i-'-tfrtVmt-eirraT! 'olcf. t-Tedf'I inch-. 'Jpv cU a Clovns: black rrench loo-Skins; fancv
t IS' ov 190 lbs. J obey aged aout ! rd Cassimcres, including some splendid patterns:
inches high, stout, and weighs u Itaiinn and 1 rein li umnu t- L ioliis; Jrtio J'ites: lan
ontrht f'roin Mr James Surles. of Cum-! cy cold Linen Drillings; plain striped and tis"d do;
wl will probably be lurking in that Snk. -Siitjti. and Quilted Marseilles estmgs. Ac.
;! s'. feet n
TLiev were 1
T'' All a-.l vc rti.smn-eitt.s nmst.be, handed in by Friday
o'clock, n. in., to ensure tb- ir Insertion in the next
s p;q'T. and -should have the. d
r-rrt '' ei marked on them. t)rtl:ei"A ise thev will b
; i':-''d till .forbid ;u.d vharged aecoriliiigly.
j'.RVAN A YATES.
'erlaiid county, a
in Johnston Coun
hundred Dollars t
bension and 'deli v
tin?ment in any .1
be paid for the c
t fie above Negroe
i t f
eireii iiuiuot r o: in-
bev has a wife at Mr Richard JJird'
y. Fifty Dollars for either, or one
r both, will be paid lor their apprc
ry to the subscriber, or for their con
il in the State. ro that he can wet
nal sum of One Hundred Dollars will
nvietioii of any person of harboring
Ir- & E. J. LILLY
Arc now receiving their SECOND STOCK of Spring
and Summer GOODS, embracing a great variety ol
Foreign., and Domestic Drv Goods, Sumuicr
Hats, liounets, Roots and Shoes, Umbrellas,
'- ' Parasols, kc. kc.
All of which were selected with much care, and will Ik
gold on. accommodating terms exclusive! v at Wholesale.
All orders will 1; filled with care ami warranted to
April 22, 184. o0.4t
OF SPJlIxa AND SUMMER CJOODS.
STARK- & WILLIAMS are" now receiving their
second Stock of Spring and Summer DryCoods,
Hats, Bonnets, Shoes, Boots, and Ready
in if"'. nrHrMi-ht.t ruttty rcdauwl. price frondl
t!iV6rrtrt of Ihe'Season. and will be diMxised of To1!
Wholesale fmyerson accommodating terms. We solicit
an examination of our Goods, by Merchants buyLig in
this Market. All orders prtinptlv attended to.
J. 15. STARR. J. M. WILLUMS.
April 22. 1MI. tf
1 8 3 4 .
The undersigned are now receiving, aid expect to
"Whig Con Vk.-s--that
that when ho Mas
not pretend to dci
eminence m Jiu w'
him for the :oniL
ch cck-m a tif t -Jj
ed by humbnTrger;
vc do not w-jiider i
ct' le ,
'1. Ill OH ' 1- t
-rat., who alw.n.
; Saf.'j.,;- .
" reply ! i
U s.iy that iL -.
-!.i of the v,
have Mil .
Jl (ilclny ;
1, itiiiii;" J. .!,
n civ in i r t ,
i 1 1
Kmb'd Ciirain Muslin : rich Curtain Dama.k: Table !
Dsmask and Cloths ; Table Napkins and Towell
ing: Dirds-eve and Scotch Diaper; 10-1 Linen and
Cotton .Sheetings; Linen and cotton Pillow Casing : j
llti-ekabaeks: Swiss Jaconet and Plaid Muslin s; Dihop
and Long Lawns; stripe Swi.-s and Tape Muslins, brown ; haVe their entire Stock in store by the EH! instant, of,' to lose, and moreover, we fret rid ofn tronlle
ano lueaeii'-u i 11 ngs; lih lain I'linge;-; oih v h'iii;-
for skirting: worsted Damask and Marseilles do; Sattin
v . t . b
II Hill. I
,! ft "
il ; 1 1 1 1 "i -
ii c; I v 1 ' r i i 1 1
?3 A It I
N'. ar 1 v onoos; ;c
( h- 1. Js:;.
It i-: 1' a v t it v,
toE. Y. Will icings' An :-iio:i Store
Fayettev'.ll.e. N. C.
CAltTllAUi: : llOTBIj. -
recent! v -pu're'rased l-h- aboe establi-hm'-rit
Jeans; Corset do; PLAIN and EMIFD WII1TK and
COL'D CRAPE SHAWLS: LACE MANTLES and
TALMAS. PLAIN and FIG'D SILK DITTO; plain
I i fi(. ii Linen, cmb'd and hem-stitched Handkerchiefs ; Kid
rc-liitrt-t niiil II niltter, l-ajKlrvilic, A. C., 'm , , ..,., i.t.... eiin,n!it... iJ...
i i..-o i iii t .in oorv i. iooi .mi i. iiv inw.t. -' . , i
Respectfully in orms the public that he is prepared ( der-Sleeves; French Worked Collars; Swiss and Cam
to execute PLAN S of every description such as State-; iuie E.lgings and I user tings: Thread. Cotton and Lisle
and Court Houses Prisons. Ac. Also. Churches,: Cot- Kdirinirs: Linen and P.i.bhi do: black and eol'd Silk
uiblie and orivate edifices; Jbhlges. Veils: irre-n and In-own llernne YeiliiiL's : white and
Fair Ruff, Colmlibus Co. N. C, Oct. 0. C3-tf
fnen M.il.'n'a kelly. '.. I at.n o.w pre pa red to enter
tain i n a (( iiii r.e t a lib .in I'.i uer t ho-e w ho may give me a
e '!. H a v i ug ample siabi---. g.o,l ho-tlers and a d!s
poition to a'voinniodate. 1 trust 1 shall be able lo
gi vej-u t 're -s a t isfai-t Iv.i to t!:os-. who may fav.r me x 1 1 h
tii r r i . :' ;;a .
, 11. c. v i.;;ax.
, :i)eef-i ii,..f ::. i ",:,. - . To n'
. Ill) V I) McPIIKRSXKV
j: i: n iv -i is it o .
: i . 1 Wholesale Deab-rs
made for the same
Orders will re
ih'avvn and -sent U
Oct. i:. i-s:,:;.
.1 I ,1!. ! j II 1 . . .
oilier ituoiie aim irn aie eoinces; jo kiucs.
Ac. ;Jll with Spccitications and Contracts -oFd Silk Illusions: idain and lir"d Robinets: black
lie will also superintend all Kinds
uve prompt attention, and Plans
anv iKirt ol tne ewuntrv at snort
.ip'!'l 'fS ;
C O .
1- ore; gn
J. om-.-tir .DRY COODS.
no and l: Rare lay' st-re t. Nkw Yokk
T ill p i
VlOti sii y at l,;v, S'ay-Moville, "S, V,
f 0.ie" 'at !h--- ( -orn-'-r of Row "-p-::l (ireen street-'.
I 'ZOO A( -11 MS OF I.AXI) I'OR SAI-C.
The subscriber dfers for sale twelve hundred acres
of Land, located ill the lower end -of Richmond county, j Rovs" a
It is about e.jui-tli -taut from Floral College.;; Lauren
burg High School, and Laurel Hill. The Laud is well
a Iapted to the gro vlh of corn, cotton, wheat. Ac. It
also oilers great inducements to those engaged in the
turpentine and Inn ber business. I have constituted
Alexander McLean ..Esq. my agent, during tiiy absence,
'o whom all conim inications in regard to the matter
may-he" addressed a '. Oilopolis P. O.. Robeson county.
Luther R!u who r sides near to the premises, will take
pleasure in exhibit ng them to any one who may call
for that ournose. J. G.. RLFL.
Oct. 2J. " " I 0 -If
rvt MIT I je.VVI.'l!
su oseil oer t i.kcs tins metlion. or intonning
Silk Nettinirs lor Mantles: white Rerages and
Tissues for do: Silk Rooehes; Ronnet Linings and
Tabs-: Artiticial hTowersand Wreaths. Straw Trimmings:
Crape Lieces : Florence Silks and Marcelains; Pajjcr
Hangings. Fire Screens. Wall Papering. Ac. Sec.
A large lot of Moleskin and white and drab Reaver
HATS: Panama. Leg horn. Alboni, Canadian, Straw
and other st vies
1 Youths" do., in treat varietv : large as
sortment fashionable Straw Ronnets: Misses" Ponncts
and Flats ; line Calf pump sole and other styles Roots;
Congress Gaiters '.and Calf Shoes; Ladies" Congress
(iaiters. assorted colors: white, bronze and Kid Slip
pers, Ac. Ac. A handsome lot of
READY MADE CLOTHING
I'". -V 5i! 1 "s ZV; !.
v i j ! d having, at March
r la ; ii
1 ! I
( 'on n I v Con rl . .(( ua.li i
d Test:;m--ir! of Mrs R
Term of I'liin-
i' d as Executor of the last
. MeRae. dee'd. notifies all
p-.-r-on l:a v i n g
t hV-.H) witlrn 1 1
I'l '!' W- I 1" I 'C I
V.i Iv.tate .-will
March- 1 s". :
iajits ag-ii'e-t lie- lista'c to present
tiiii"- limited -by law . oiherwise this
.::'' ill In V tif'f'i'olir. ll;.:.tu-stn
iea.-'' make, immi-diate pu-'mei-:t.
JAMES A. V.eRA E." Executor.
i. ,: tr : - - -
ii to nil' b
A e c ou 1 1 1
"1" 1 1 ' ) .'. 'wV ;v
v i ! 1 idea-e s-'tile t
or-to th" b-t : J;t i'f 1-5. nini be settled
d t-L-"mv ca mot no given. -
; ' A A. MeK ETHAN.
( l ! i. ! - ' tf
i tie suoscriiier t i.kcs tins men ion. or miorminu n :s
io M ill
Wright business anil, all its branches, viz: fouhdering.
framing, abd erecting Water or Sb am Mills ujon vari
u ' prineidos. eit! r with simple or complicated ma
diim ry. He ret nr is his thanks to 1 he public' for the
liberal patronage lit has recei veil heretofore-, and hopes
hv" strict attention to business, and bv givinir ireneral
-atisfaction. to merle a continuance of the same. He
litters himself that Jus work will coiiuh te with-that of;
inv other machinist for speed and durabilitv. All per-
of a very superior quality; also Roys' and Youths. of
every description: Shirts. Collars. Under-Shirts. Cra
vats and Stoi ks; Umbrellas and Paras(d.-; Traveling
Trunks. Carpet Rags and Yalices. Ac. Ac. Ac.
Which will be sold on as aeeommodating terms as any
other house in the place, either at Wholesale or Retail.
The. trading public would do well to give us a look be
Ii. L. A J. A. PEMREETON.
April 1. lS.il.
A LOT of Nortlieru II AY. of extra quality.
: oil ami for sale bv
THOS. J. JOHNSON.
veil to give h:m a civil
voi Kiii'-n m n;s emul(v
Cmnuiosioii 1 l?n r va nl i Jii? .Tit rclia nt,
W ii. mini; ro.v, N. (.'.
-e lloii-e will be opened daily for
o'clock-,- A. M.. com-
-livenebvr Moii -.'.ay, 17ih iiist.
'I' iv ! - !.,r b"i' are .now ready for sale at . tie store ot
G: W. '.!!:am- .V Co. X.) Ire will .lie delivered ex-.e-td
to iTi'V't's. as 1 1 is not intended to keen . any ae-
"eoitiits. 'lien ealhd on to deliver' lee
i ib-d a')i e,
outside of the
the regular' price will be
JOHN D. WILLIAMS.
ss If . :
We h i vi- r
A il ',!K' C!.'t l K J..
e-oved our U-ual stock of 1' ARM I.N C
..' s-cdi as Ploughs. Harrows. Cultivators.
J. A T. WADDILL.
Wagon, ce.npl-'t;-1. fuvsale.
J. A T. W.
. m'mII.I.AN. .1. ('.. IIOWPKN.
ri. ?in,r;x a. notvuKr.',
j N SPECTO R S ) V N A A L STORES AND PR! )
VISIONS. OlMce. corner of North Water and Ches
liutt SM-e'-ls. Wfliiiitigron. N. C
A jM'i i s. ls.l. :)ni
Stuing Mud Sumnx-r Slx-U of
; o 'o t s l x n s ii o ; s ,
J-',r 1 "" i
We are receiving mir SIMM X(i and Si 'MM ER STOCK,
-i-l ing of a large and general assortment of ientle-
m'-.'-u's. La lie-". Mines'. Roys' and Children's,
:( rs. ' t;.ijTf-:it's. .h'J) snocs.
Enl-e-acing every ariety of siyle -and jviality. Will.
a .g'Tieral assort iicuC Of Servants Shi.-K's.-
- ALSO - " '
'Trunk-: Call'. Goat. Lining and Rinding Skin
Slio ' Threa-1; with a l.irg' a-siu tim'ur j't'Sh.oe l''iudiug.
All of which we will sell low tor Ca-h
1 ineUml custoncrs.
sv !lo Wa'iif uii lJ : iluiR- In tin- absr lfire .-rrvnHtTti
as be has wver-al competeitt
and is prepared to execute all
il th- shortest olotiee and on verv reasonable terms.
Orders promptly. att mded to. I'or further information
id Iress t he ..siibser ber at Johnson vi 1 le. Cumberland'
onnty. N. C. D. R. JOHNSON.
Nov.-mb-M'.-l!. 1S.-JJ v-ipd.
;ir.t,'S ak pif.s ri.Tii.v iukxisii.
The Subscribt r. a practical Root-rnaker of wnno ex-
lei-ic-u-e. ms lor so-.-ie tmi" oeen sensime inai mere is a
Irsiilt ralinn to be y t supplied to t he putdie in ti.e way
of a suitable burni.-h for boots and shoes. Most of the
irt'eles now usee! ei her injure the b ather or fail to
impart that lustre so necessary to give to man's itn-ilt-rsfa
infill g ' a pr per tinish. He has therefore, dur
ing the fast twelve months, been devoting himself to
the task of prepaid n: "an article free from these objec
tions, and has at lei gth after much investigation aiid
experiment eouipleti ly succ'eded. The result is dill's
ni pis ufjrir JiKi nixh." He only wila s that it
mav lie tested in . rder to establ sli its superiority
over all others. Call on him at his shop opposite Mr
Lauder s Marble r acjtory. Hay street, and be -supplied
with an excellent artj'.clc at a cheap rate. I
Nov !b 1S1? - tf !
Fayetteville. April 22. 18."L
spkisg, , 1H51. '-;' ;
Tht-iefnH:i "Is ifoVv vceeIvTng'Trifnr "A'(TVv
1 oi k-
I large; supply ot
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Ready-Made Clothing, Sadleiy, Crockery,
Shoes. Roots, Rounds; and Bonnet
Trimmings, jfats of all kinds.
hol t, cverv iM tide usually kept in dry
Stores for sale,
as the cheapest
All of which I intend to sell as cheap
Thankful for past favors. I hope, bv
correct and fair de aling, to merit a continuance of the
ame. THOS. R. TYSON.
Carthage. Anril 22. 1SW1. (0-3t
I have alwavs on land a full assortment ofGRO
CRRIES. PRO VISIONS, and other ( loo-ls suitable for
the Fall and Winter
or in exchange fov. P
'ra le, ami w hich I oiTer for Cash.
rodure of almost anv kind.
I have now in St or Flour. MaLCorn. Rice. Raeon.
Lard. Rutter. Cheese Crackers. Salt, white Clarified
and Ere.wn Sugars. I io and Java Coiiee. Tea. Molasses.
Vinegar. Fish. Cigar . Tobacco. SnuiT. Candles. Soap.
Starch. Spices. Can lies. Pepper, buckets. Rrooms.
wrought and cut Nai .?. Powder. Shot. Percussion Caps,
and a good assortmei t of Dye Stuffs; with manv other
things in the Grocer." line.
Also a good assor nient of . Dry Goods. Roots and
Slioes. Negro Rlanke sand Kerseys, and a good assort
ment of'Readv-made f. lotlimg. Call and buv cheat).
W. II. CARVER.
October 20. lSo. TCo-fim
The undersigned have in store and for tale cheap,
a general Stock of
"'GROCERIES. HEAVY HARDWARE,
Hollow -ware, Iron, Steel, Window Glass, Putty,
Rlaek.-niiths' and Turpentine-Tools.
Rrooms. Ruclo ts. Oils. Paints, Dye Stuffs, and in fact
almost anything that can be mentiomd in our line.
Our friends will do well to give us a call before pur
chasing. Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for Goods at
-'"dnst received, 10 hhds. new crop Molasses.
G. W. I. GOLDSTON A" CO.
New brick store east side Gillespie street, third door
from the Market.
March IS, lso4 tf
FIVE lU.VDKEU THtll'SAXD POUNDS
COTTON AND LINEN RAGS WANTED.
The subscriber will pay the highest market price
for anv quantity of clean Linen and Cotton Rags.
March 4, ls.-,4 tf
, SBASOXAIJLE GOODS,
Embracing a great variety of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Ronnets, Umbrellas, Parasols,
Roots and Shoes,
Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Rlank Rooks, Roltinr Cloths, k. kc. kc.
With an extensive assortment )f
II E A D Y- M .7 J) E CLOT III -V G ,
And Foreign and Domestic Hardware.
All of which thev offer to the trade at LOW PRICES
and upon accommodating terms.
Purchasers vill find it to their interest to give the
above Stock an examination before making their selec
HALL A: SACKETT.
March S. LS54
N E W (J OODS.
The subscriber has jur-t received his Stock of
STAPLE A XI) I'AXCY L11V GOODS,
Embracing every article usually to be found in a dry
good's Store, consisting in part as follows :
Plain black and watered Silk; plaid Summer Silk:
printed Jaconet and other stvles Muslms; Grenadines
Rerages and Tissues; embroidered Mu.-Iins for evening
dresses; white and cold lailtons; good assortment
I l .1 i 1 f i'II -1-T1 1 i II .
laccaim oiner sivie .uaniuias: emoronicrcu v onars,
Sleeves. Chcmizelts and Handkerchiefs; Swisss and
Ja -onet Elgiug a id In-erting ofsup-rior fiualit v:
Ronnets and ILblioiis of" latest style and in great varie
ty; sewing silk Mitts; Silk and Kid Gloves; I mbrellas
and Parasols; good assortment of Calico. Ginghams,
bleached and brown Domestics; Cloths. Cassimeres and
Vesting; linen Goods; Shoes and Pools for ladies; gen
tlemen, bovs. girls, and children: gentlemen's SlM
M ER HATS; boys, ami girls Hats and Flats, Ac. Ac
Also. Sugar and Coffee.
Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore receiv
ed, he trusts by close application to business ami fair
dealing, to merit a continuance of the same.
P. SIIEM WELL.
New Store on east side Green Street.
Fayetteville. Apfiil lo. 1K4. SD-tf
Has just received a beautiful assortment of
SPKIXG A XI) SUM3IKH GOODS.
He desires to return thanks to his friends ami the pul
lic for the liberal patronage which they have bestowed
on him: and solicits a continuance of the t-ame. His
friends and the public are requested to gi e him a call,
at the stand formerly occupied by S. J. Hinsdale, f-oiith
west corner market square and Gillespie street.
April 22. 1N.-1. !H)-tf
ninogu.enl to , .,-
and while wo denytaat tie Dcn.ocniLs r ' rt
to any such uuw'ort c' nicaus to obtain pov, ir.
or that the peo'c mc ciich fools as to Lo duyn-ii
bsweh;-mTf.:. ityw ' win-s to. tUcir
0hfes7oji,"'. wvifti tv'cct, afttounts to f tl::s :
The' Democrats have repeatedly beaten us upon
principle thev have elected their candidates
over our best and soundest men- they have ad
vocated Free Suffrage and we have tried for a
Convention, and we have been left behind; now
we will put Gen. Dockerv at them, and trv the
effect of denui-'oguism. If we succeed, well: if tions. thon'rh this did i..,t Jctu-
not. whv we lose notlincr. for we have nothitor ' t bo n-mm -ir f b,. ....: '.mi .i
o - f? " "i im inn, in it . I s t , i I 1 1 1 1 1 I e
lose, and moreover, we get rid of a trouble-1 by some nations which did c.f ..mi.!,,
SOliie CUstOincr whoso "(irimioKsj rf hiirni-Ki." bis I,,,,,;. .. .11. i . : i
- . ......... ....j.-,.v luiiiin.iij iiuoiiun, i I is mis i. as lien I hel
iieieiuiure iriven us more irouoie man ins
have all distioguV iio
the sun and planet:
from whom we have more
names, also dt signaled tin
i.i. i ..i i -
... ,.v- xiiii iiihi lO.llM J'll ,(
of the sun, was -in Sa.xmi, Siuni.i d.u
ffi i . . .
me sun was wor.di;pic.i bv some In .i!1
V WETTEVIMi 15 , )
l."tli Apr!, 18.T1. S
Til E sub-oribj-r olrs for ale. Ids LANDS. ix miles
ma:i ol r :iv .'i e .. .. a,e ao .ui one mile iron, the J Filacv Fr(,ca,i,,l Silks; rich lig'd and plain Mack Silk.
l tl L Ll ( v I i ( t. .iii'i iiitit iu t i.utn li'-U'l, COUSlSlHl'r OI
abut twelve hundrefi and sixtv acres of land, suited
IV KW ST Oil 15.
XPllIXG AXJJ siMMHR GOOD S.
The subscribers respectfully announce to the people
of Enyetteville and its vicinity, that thev have opened
a new Store, (at the stand forjucrly occupied by Worth
j A. Elliott.) containing a large Stock of
i 1 1 i - 1 1 vx i t c
It IV L V U 1' O,
Wliich will be sold at Northern Prices. In our Stock
nm,y be found tbe late stvles of Ladies Dress Goods :
Lasts: ' to t'n making ot Turjpntine or I'imber. There is als
in- riS.iwc to i reoa:r and now m op
'- April S.
J AMI S C.
Sa i it.
.J A .HKS
T. HAWLEV V)N.
;" Alfl.KS Costix
C. SMITH r CO..
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their o-hee lo the ecoiil"stoiV ,f th
at all prices; Lawns; 1 rench .Jaconets, AlusJins. and
Ti! Runs, in gn at v ariety; a very tine article of black
bi:iC:ivi ri: n i, li-.i ins ;iii1 Prints- l'imio ;iml 'I'-.i 1 .1 1 I ',n-
on the premises a go, d Saw and Grist Mill, all in good ! An ii:1dWmie lot of Embroideries, ro.uislin
at io;i; also, a Dwelling, and all'-i:i,r ..n.i.M ' i'.lb. s!,...ni md Ghomi7-,t.- naV
the. necessary outhoiHes. in gool repair. i . . s-.. :.,. i.m ...,.i t....?. i :. ..
VIso amdher tract ht two hundred and fifty acres, on ),..;,. Handkerchiefs: emb"d ditto; a tino lot of Craoe
tne head waters o C afver s ( reek, known as the Tarry shawls. Veils. Silk and Kid Gloves. Hosiery. Bonnet,
dace, ou which there is a small f arm, a Dwellimr House i.;i.i....v:. t.,i,i n,,ti,c i.-isl. l.ion Xn
I A large lot of Hats, viz: Moleskin and Drab Reaver
ltv- ! iTjt Krr-m- lints nil stvles: Straw Ronnets. Mis.."
I,-.. H.K'i.'i'iil Tm-ii.ili I !nr I'.f.viu V.-n In .. C , - " ' ' . ... . '
I hlV l.iya.ui.i 1 ' i ni- i-y.v..',uuui uiu IV ll'UI veai'S' I , HI lifts :l 111! I- lat.
" ' old. I I tini- Lit of Hunts a nd Shoef-. Ae.
! All the above .lands will be sold on the .most aceom- ! tV.i-o,. woi.tinerit of Jewelrv: Gold Fur TI!no-
a:nl other houses.
i):i the first named f. ract. tliere is cut about tvv
. , , - . i - . i , ii i . -... ' i.i 1 1 . . i i .1 ... ...... . . . t - . . . . . . .
i..-i.iiri.r iii'tii! ,iiiiiriv ... 'it.i' Aiii.'ijriiiiiiij.iTi.iit, I I ... . . ."'
')'... tT.ev' are oreiKUvd to aUer.d U, all business ,. lb.! i niodafing terms. Fetson. wishing to purchase, will fireast Pins, a variety of Gold and Silver
r tti ionnce v ' pleaso call uiUhe sub enfer, who wul take pleasure in I Gold l'6b and Vest Chain. &c.
" Imsinessentrusted totlvuu will be panel ualv ! sll,mi" tl,e ilh,jVC lIi' ,.Mf I Together with the Lut nd finest stock of Ready-
,,,.. t ' ' i W.M. R. J M, ION. j 1nade Clothing ever before otlered in this market : Fine
Jlllf ll'.Ul . - ... ' I - (..t ) lxVl ' f - 1.. t. .1.K l.-T. 1. . 1 e,.t- f.,t-. -1... v..
Wilmington, Jan y H, ts t, 7ti-iv . i Wl ' i ! ' i; y' . . .- ..macii yioiu. riov-n. uim .v. v.imi., .u urowii.
i. nine and green summer v. mm v. i.n; ;i uhc 101 01 niacK
siMilxo tt. I - a I listen ( 'oat. A laitre assortment of Pants: fine Mack
N i: AV (J O O D S. i
Tie subscriber is now reeo.iving. his"-Spring aud Sum- j
hier stock of goods. among wdiieli may be found black j.
and fancy Silks, some very superior : Silk Grenadine. 1
ijerages.Tarlton PJa'nL printed '-..Muslin '--and. Lawns.
o;',H,:,ms assorted. Alpacca assorted. Swiss and Jaet-
net -Muslins, Calico. Red Ticking. 10 4 Sheeting, brown
and -'bleached Shirting, brown and bleached Drilling.
Cottonude Carolina Su-fp.. brown Linen. Irish Lin-n.
undressed family f.inen.'white and red ITannel. cotton
Mo'ritioII'W'.' corded Skirts, bku-k and fancy Mantillas
and Talmas verv tine, kid and silk ('loves, half Hoes,
idaek French Cloth and Cassimeres. fancy Cassime-re
and Linen for geutbrnvuVs wear, linen cambric Hand
kerehifs. a goi-i'l assortment : linen ami cotton Diaper :
pins ueedb', hooks and eyes, buttons. .'00 dozen spool
cotton, knives and forks. Iron and nails. o0 Rags Rio
Coffee loaf, granulated and brown Migar ; tea, sunn
i'ce and Suction
Pipe, for sale by
Marsh A' Co., in Clint
ed to make immediate payment to M. McKinnon.
i J-"ayetteville. or to C.
i authorized to give red
' i .1...:.. , ' ...!.
spice ami ginger, log cjiaois. eoojieis o
r.it a wr-riotions. 'handsaws, augers, chisels and drawing
knives, plate and rim looks turpentine hackers, scra
pers dippers, axes and adzes. Ladies. Misses, and
boys Shoes7, a large assortment ; gents Roots and Shoes:
silk, Leghorn, and straw Ronnets ; Misses Flats and
Ronnets"; Panama. Leuhorn. Fur. Moleskin, and Straw
jfats, PETER P. JOHNSON.
April 1".. ." I, -
March 111. 1S.H
s. Thompson. Clinton, who are
Ten good CARPENTERS to work in the Boat Yard
near Kingsburv. (Jot
incuts made monthly.
1 Cask each, pure I
Wine, just received an
April 15, 1351
itmps ; Sheet Lead and Lead
C. W. ANDREWS.
Heretofore existing between J.
this dav dissolved bv inn-
indebted to the firm are request-
l wages win be given, and n:iv-
Alply immediately to .';
ench Brandy, Port and Madeira
I for sale bv
J. N. SMITH.
: Doe skin La-simere J ants: lancy Cassimcre I'anfs. at
rail prices.:' A line lot of Vests: white, butt", and fancy
j Marseilles Vests; black Satin and fancy Silk Vests, Ac.
i A handsome lot of Cloths and Cassimeres; Gents'
) fine Linen Shirts. Collars. Ac.
persons w ishing to buy would do well to call and
' examine our Stock before-purchasing elsewhere, as we
are (leiermiio-o n -- " !-
SCHLOSS A McCORMICK, Hay street.
P. S. Clothing of all kinds for Boys of from four to
sixteen years old.
April" 22. 1K-.L OOrtf,
Inspector of Xaval Stores and Provisions,
WILMINGTON. N. C.
All business intrusted to him will receive prompt
April 22. ISoL om
"7 r. 31. WALKEK,
Inspector of Xarul Stores and Provisions,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
All business intrusted, to him will receive prompt at
tention. April 22, 1551 3m
The annual meeting of Stockholders will be held at
the Rank on Monday the 11th May next at 11 o'clock M.
S0-:5t W. G. BROARFOOT. Cash.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING:! CLOTHING ! I !
AM BERG k CO., Mlmlvsole l- lief ail Manu
facturers and Dealers in Reiily-made Chd-hing,
Have just received and opened the largest and best
selected stock ever offered in this State.
Thev keep constantly on hand an extensive assort
ment "of Gentlemen's furnishing Goods, end racing
every article for Gents toilette. Hats. Caps. Roots,
Shoes, ("aiters. Shirts. Standing Collars of pure Linen.
Cravats. Stocks. Trunks. VaTces. Carpet Rags; Fndcr
cloth in Silk. Gauze. Cashmere, lisle thread. Cotton,
and a great variety of other Gents DRESS ARTICLES
too numerous to mention.
A splendid assortment of Gents morning Robes.
Also, clothing of any kind made to order on the tdiort
est notice and latest style.
Manufacturers of Shirts and Collars, importers and
dealers in Cloth, (.'assimere. Cas-limcret, Vestings.
Linen Drilling and Marseilles. Ac.
Our stock will be replenished every week by our
senior partner who resides North. Conic and examine,
and rememler East side of Green street, in P. Shem
well's new building.
Boy? clothing, a large assortment kept alwavs on
AMBERG &. CO.
April 22. 18.31. if
The Cheapest place in Tocn to lay Clothing!
The subscribers inform the citizens of Fayetteville
and the public generally that they have jot received
a large and fashionable Slock of
From the finest to the lowest quality. Their s-tock con
sists of COATS made of cloth, cassimere. cashnieret.
silk lastin.;. bombazine, dralwle-cte. alpacca. grothing
c loSi-iin f all color, checks and ginghams, and of
all other kinds of goods in the market. Thev also offer
i the largest, cheapest and best selected stock of PANTS
and r,si.s ever seen in this market. Shirts, collars,
suspenders, neck stocks, drawers, and a great manv
other good ft,r gentlemen. They offer these articles
at wholesale or retail on accommodating terms. Gen
tlemen are invited to call at the store north-east cor
ner .Market Square, next to A.Johnson & Co.
M. GREEN TREE k CO.
n' l A11 th indo,'teJ to"s prior to the I t Jan'v
will please call and settle, as no longer fmlulgcnce can
. 0, M. GREENTREE k CO.
April 22, ls.-,i 2m
given us more
".strength of intellect" has done us good.
Dockerv is but another, and. a more signifi
cant word for demagogue. Salisbury Banner.
Willis Hester, once .Tlore.
In a notice of this individual last week, we
stated that a letter had been received from him
by the Sheriff of this county, informing; him that
the horse upon which he lied Was left in Eav
etteville. This statement proved to be true,
and the horse has been recovered. Since then,
Hester himself returned to his residence, live
miles west of this place ; and information there
of having; been communicated to the Sheriff, he
proceeded to arrest him, and lodged him in jail.
As this affair has occasioned much talk, and as
considerable euriosilv is manifested in regard
to the manner of the arrest, wc give the parti
culars as follows :
The Sheriff, having summoned a posse of citi
zens, on Friday morning; before dav-lig;ht pro
ceeded to Hester s House, u hen - lie reached
there, and so disposed of his men as to surround
the house, the Sheriff approached the door, and
meeting Mr William H. Thompson coming;, out
of the house, he requested him to inform Hester
that he must surrender, or he would be shot, as
armed men unci surrounded tne bouse, i uomp
son told the Sheriff that Hester intended to sur
render, and then proceeded to inform Hester
of the Sheriff's demand: in the mean time, Hester
slipped out of the back door with his gun, and
had proceeded some three hundred yards before
he was seen by the Sheriff. As soon as this
was discovered, the Sheriff pursued him on
horse-back, followed by others of the company.
:Ars the Sheriff approached him, Hester cocked
ikS ifim-rthit vvlcy i'4ifciiUiil ita.vinir.:lixiriiii
. , . I . ' '4 CT1 .
1 don't want to kill vou;""to which the Sheriff
replied, "ion must surrender, or one of us must
be killed." Hester continued to lice, and in
endeavoring to cross a branch, which proved to
be very deep, (having been swollen by the rain
of the night previous,) he fell, and was nearly
covered with water the Sheriff, meanwhile,
got ahead of him on the opposite side. Hester
recovered himself, turned back, and ran down
the branch, when the Sheriff presented his pis
tol at him and exploded the cap. As Hester
ascended a slope, the Sheriff threw his pistol at
him ; and when he saw that Hester's attention
was directed to other pursuers, the Sheriff jump
ed from his horse, seized Hester, and threw him
down die making no further resistance. He
was taken about a quarter of a mile from his
On Monday last, Hester was brought before
Chief Justice Nash, for an examination into the
charge of negro stealing. Such evidence as
was at hand was taken, and at the request ol
the prisoner, further investigation was postponed
until Saturday, the Gth of May. I lillsborcugh
Recorder, l(.)A inst.
say Wednesday, (which the S.imhi
Woodeu's daeg, from Woden, their ;-.! ,
as Sunday, from Suuiia daeg, the dav
sun. m i)i);i Hi
anv day except th
is not strictly
Hebrew signification f which t to ( i ,,
fact, we consider it evidently impmpi r
the lirst day of the week Lvtlie nm ;.-
I or it in i it
The Iargot MU In (lie World.
The ways for hiving down an immense screw
and paddle steamer for the Eastern Steam
Navigation Co. arc in the course of completion at
the yard of Messrs Seott and Russell, the ex
tensive ship-builders at Milwall, where some
hundreds of piles have been driven in order to
support the huge fabric. Many hundreds of
tons of iron for her keel, are ready to be put
together, and the contracts have been signed
for the completion and launching of the ship
bath, there being lot warranl
profane or s.icrcd history. The day w.-i- i, -, .
kept, as one of rot until t lie time of ( ' m -1 .. i,
the Groat, who. in the evtr n '.not ib i,ti,,i i
felt for the religion to which he l.nd b. , n
suddenly and iu! eriousl v oim i fed, nb i .
(A. D. :P21) that it sliouhi be Kepi in 'ill . ,!:,
and towns; but he allowed country p..,et.
follow their work. In TdlS the r.'uneil . I h
leans prohibited count iy labor. Some p-d.mt .
ministers scrupulously moid m. nibuiii.- mm.m.iv
and always style it Sabbath. Tin ,,,,m ( i , ,
mere affectation. It is in nun b im. . t
style it "Lord day."
The best way to apply guano to nnv ) ..,, ,
rejieat for tin? seventh time, is o sow it bp, ,
cast, after breaking nil the 'nip-, yjfh m
mixture, and plow it in. at the mff .1 o.i i
oOO lbs. i.cr acre. J-uch loo 11
aliout $' on the land, and add live f
els Jo the product. If you can no;,
in, mix it w-ll with the soil by J,
If you plow a deep furrow for your km
nl.''. , a i
qui ,i ; i. ; b
1 M I Ho I.i i V
n inl it ii i r
.. .. . i .. ... , i .i i
u nil nw ii Mir Uillll) III I Ol- I O I I I till il I HI ( l i i 1 i
live' or mx inches by another furrow, it ,
well. Take care tluit vou necr h i it ohm- u
contact with seed ov jilant.
When -corn is growing, you umj plow in
frnwiio by tli ulda t4' the im-.y, -u i , , : . . o,
it llOOll iM'OtVOor uhon f n ml b . rrn,- l( ;.. (... r
advantage. Vou may sow it upon gr.i- and
gain two dollars worth of hay for n on.
spent.' Doth on wheat and ir.i-s, and' in ill
cases when used as a lop driving, mi:. I, .ill ;,
bushel of jilastcr with eac h cu t., or in;,', - .;
compo.-t with swamp muck, charcoal, fin- ,
or loam. Cs,. 200 jioumls of lYnm ni Gn.n.'w
to tne acre, ami vo:i will bud it eo
fair dressing of liable manure.
Never mix lime or ashes with
wet it before using- keen it drv.
loses strength. Jl produce.. I lo' hot e '.,( i,(
poor sandy land, but i.s good b.-r n:i
need ol manuring.
It is Very valuable for ci.nb u -i t;
giving t!icm great size ami good ll.ior and i k.
ilut-ing no weeds. Jf is excellent for:in lad"
llower garden, but she must use it as sparii.-.dr
as our old aunt used to be of her lea u In u !,..
made it for hired men, and us bov.-; and ii'tl,. -.
are careful never to make it any sfioic.o i i'i.
will not kill her plants. A pinch the si,- ol t!,.
same good old lady's pinch of Scotch .-unit', !
olved in a tumbler nfwatir and u-ed oa .;
posted plant, will make it ktarl inlo Ide Id.- a.
Ma' show er.
Ouano is sold in Lags of l'.'A) to lot) i ;,!
each. V. T. Tribune.
LosJNO AXU (i.ixi.; A 11J.VC I Ii i:. A Corp
pondciit of the I'hiladclj h.'a Sun, wrifii,;- )p .tu
Cohnsset, Massachusetts, relates a yooiiat ''
dote of a physician residing in that place, v. i.i- ,
he says is a fact, and the best temporal, e.
lecture he ever heard. Some thirty year-
ago this doctor was addicted to hard drink;)'
i i ... . .1 t . : r. i . . i
auu iii'Lun iru ni.i uon ss ouai uiiui s io mm n
within two years from the present 1,mc- V,iC extent that the people were obliged to , ...I t
followingare a few particulars of her dimensions: , JJo ,(on m. a IH.W ..j.vsician, a vouu-man, v, i -Extreme
length on mam .leek 1 00 1 feett being j lhev ro()!liz(.(l !inioi;r lht.1M Tlns u . .t .
4:50 'Ct longer than the great Himalaya steam- vcr;. wt1, ,or tillH.f t1(. )U !o( lol. p,,;,,,. ,
er; extreme length of keel, 80 feet; extreme t;t.,;,Sf all(l ti. 110W doctor finding tin u.
breadth of beam, 83 feet; depth of hold, (lorm- lust tllis ,jr.lC0 ol'i,estles met in li..- town t ,;
mg four de'eks,) 58 feet; lengtlr of principal t,K; thKl(jV p,,.,.,.,,;, ..j,,,, ol nmii ,,,, ti
saloon, 80 feet; height of ditto, l. feet; ton- j V(m1 (pJ(.top u j,!irri., ()f llom,
nage, 10,000 tous, or builder's measurement, j 'tvltll r .. IV., und.-r ,-.-ilh d bo th
2-2,000 tons; stowage for coals, 10,000 tns ; j Klt.er lr0u. the voun-U" ! i; - :
stowage for cargo, 5,000; 500 first elass cabins, th(. two doetok 'Ifn's hT mdi-.-d and
wttti ample space lor second and tiiirti class
passengers, besides troops, kc. while her screw
D. W. C. IJENBOW, Local Dentist, I
i.i ie lounuat ins i;oo:n- near the Mar
ket, where ho iv-ill l wO.nor.a
,1. , . ......... M1.irii III iiimi-
cans am wait on those in need of nr,.r,b ..t
I-.----- .-- -
? l.1 l'0,"nn. with care, all operations upon the
,;V. , 1 U.I1W(1 oi Artificial Teeth are solicited
. ii .
lot.inano Pxaniini'Mnp;in..,, ri.:. ..r....
i, . ui iiiuuuiuiiiirc.
o ti -V1" ljenlN,w returns his mwt grateful thanks
to the citizens f Fayetteville and vicinity for the
S i havcfi khuUy Ht.wl. and
would resneetfu lv n, w .i. A . .
: -V. - ii Mii.iin mui iif uiit'iuw ioav-
;,, p,. , ... - "mi in- iiiu-iiuK irav-
miih I ",ldJlc f June.t alent three
AjvrU 22. 1So4. tf
NOTICE TO rUAVEI.EUS.
The fcubHeiilier having recently fitted up u com mod i
otiAouse at JohnsonviHe. on the Favcttcrillc and
Western' riank Road, afwut 2?, miles from Fayetteville
is now prepared to accommodate travelers at moderate
charges. No pains will le spared to make guests comfortable.
Joliafoaville. April 22. HZ4
S.. E. JOHNSON.
and paddle engines will be of the aggregati
nominal power of 2,800 horse. She will also
carry an immense quantity of sail. The princi
ple of her construction, as designed by -Mr
lirunnel, will be precisely similiar to the tube
of the Hritaiinia-bridge. Her bottom, decks,
and sides are to be double, and of a cellar form, j
with two feet six inches between. She will have .tarv
no fewer than fourteen water-tight compart
ments, also two divisional bulk-heads running
her whole length; the great length of the ship,
it is contended, according to all present ex
perience, will enable her to pass through the
water at a greater velocity, with a smaller
power in proportion" to her tonage, than ordin
ary vessels now require to make ten knots per
hour, and that speed is in fuct another result ol
great size, her immense proportions admitting
her carrying sufficient fuel on board to accom
plish a voyage round the world.
There are ten or twelve frightful cases of lip,
tongue, and face cancer in the London Cancer
Hospital, all resulting from excessive smoking.
Five thousand five hundred emigrants arrived
at New York in one da 'ast week.
It is said that the Captain General of Cuba
is examining the fortifications of the island, and
putting them in thorough repair.
v Lo, wit Ii ;i e.i i I ui,
into the ji.'j i !
sneering ooj-oim ni , in
terpreted by the chh r one,
deliberate a'ir. but the oi k
-ni, i mui funn'mr to tie'
said,' "J have put the cork into the jug, and J m;
never take it out again until I have sinned ..u
out of the town of CohasseL" He kept 1,;.
wonl, and in about a year from that time lo- had
rained all his old patients and friends, and ob
the young doctor to evacuate lor b ar I
How toof.t ri.t'M''. A correspoiidenl of ii,--Home
.Journal, recommends Ladies de-iron - of
looking plump and fresh, in the lirst place, lo
rise with the sun, eat a slice or I wo of bread and
toast, drink a cup of tea or coffee, then ride six
miles, (either trot or canter. At 1 I oYh, !.,
take a spoonful f cod liver oil, followed by a
couple of hard crackers, then walk heartily "f-r
an hour. Drink at dinner a half pint of the
best Knglish or Scotch nle, to be increa-ed lo n
pint, as soon as she can stand it. Drink tea in
the' evening and collce at breakfast. On n
lirin" between ten and eleven, lake a spoonful
of cod river oil mid two crackers. Tin pre
scriptions faithfully followed will impart frc-h-ness
and a glorious appetite.
A dcdi'ditful regimen that! The Cod Li r
Oil indut-i-f the I,lunl'j;nM'-
Fx-Senator John Davis, of Massachtoctts,
died at Worcc.'tcr ou the 17th ir.U.