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to Polilics.r- the ; Markcis, Forcia and , Donicsdc 'Kcvi ; amj "Genera! Information TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE
FAYETTEVILLE, X o:," SA-T I 1)AY,:: : MAY : 0, 185L
BRYAN & YATES, Proprietors, ,
VOLUilC XV NO. 791
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" A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted i
rillXTED I5V AVILLTAM J. YATES.
" Jl 0B CRT K. BRYAN, Editor.
Tcrmg of SuWrlplloa to the ?forlh f aroC'hlan :
Tor a single copy, if paid io advance, prr annum, ' f 2 00
" " " nttlieondof 3 months, 2 50
" tl " nt the end of C month, 3 0?
" " at the end of the rear, 3 50
No i1jcripUoir -will Ie received for a shorter period
thnn one year mil;-fs a:d in advance. L
"With the View of. extending the circulation. aid en
liancin.RJ.he uscfulnc? of the paper, the proprietors of
fer the following rcmavkably low -
5 copies of the Carolinian, J yCnr. JfS.oa . i
4 j 0-.3-i-. " ' " " 15 '00 " ;:
Letters on LusinefM connected with the firm iwit he
ddresscd to the underpinned, and viut be post paid.
Ratrs cf Auvcrri'r.-:
Sixty cents per fipiare of If. lines forjhe first and
thirty eents for each' ni1sef'irnt1 insertion, unless the
advertiFcmcr.t is puMifhedTor more than two months,
when it will he eharvl '
1'or three ino!ttIi., - - - - .- of)
1'er iv months. - - ' - - 6 00
1'or twelve nontlis, - - - - . - 10 00
TV." All a dviTtisfnint.s must ! handed in by Friday
10 o'clock, a. ni., to e?tire their insertion in tha next
dav's paper. ant should have the desired number of iu
srtions marked on th'-m, ortherwsse they will be in--rtei
till forhi. I and charged aee-ordinly.
JI1IVAX &. YATES.
CON I) STOCK.
?EAl'fiS i PE3JBERTCN
Arc now receivi
a beautiful assortment f
I J)1UJSS GOODS.
Satin istriped Rerajres.
Velvet Wild other Trinnning,
EXPRESSLY FOU TUB' -.WHOLESALE THADE.
April 1, 1854;
CEDAIl FAfcLLS Cotton ' Yarns and Sheet-
iirsr. K V A C T O 11 V,
isY r,v.p. lafdei:.
to W. WilJIJnfrs Auction- Store,
l-'av. itt'vil!--, N. C.
ings for sale by
Xoy 12, 183 :
high, wciphs about
VI vearss ;" feet I)
Runawar from tile subscriber, his Neprro men, JOHN
and TO B ICY. Johh is about 20 .rears old. 6 feet 1 inch
18.) or 190 lbs. Tobey acred about
inches hirh. ftout. and weicrhs 17o
lbs. They were Ixihipht from Mr James Juries, of Cum
berland county, and will probably be lurking in that
ev has a w.te at Mr Kichard Ibrd s.
I .:' Fifty 'Dollars for either, or one
I both, will be paid for their sppre-
y to the subscriber,, or for their con-
in the State, so that he can fret
al sum of One Hundred Dollars will
yictkm of any jier.-ou of har!)oring
airinoornooa. j o
in Johr;sto; Count
hundred 1U .liars fo
bnsion and didiveJ
finement in any Ja
them. An additlo;
be paid for the coi
the above Xejiroen.
Fair BufT. Colum
"Havi-i-r recently pure'ias4.Ml the above establishment
from MiiL-mn K'diy. K-.. Lam now prepared to enter
tain in a eouirortai'Ie ni imn'r the wiio may give me a
call. Having a:np!e si.inL-. good ho.-tb rs and a dis
poiltlon to aceo.nnio.l.-it'". 1 .trust 1 shall be able to
frrv entire s;itis!"aetiou to tho-o who mar favor me ith
II. ( MeLEAN.
Dece::i!..f-r T.. ,:!. 7-tf
to execute i'MjANS
and Court House"
lagrfs.. ana otLer p
l.troiK, tre.- Ac, al
made for the same,
of work. i
Orders will rece
drawn and sent to
I 2 oo At ncs
The subscriber ofl'
of Lund, located in
: x v a v is n o .
V"holes:!i Dealers in
..;n"t i i? Y CODDS.
i'rk IMice and l!) Knndnv street.
a v. k :
A. V ( .
ii vuui-iii.-uiiiii irin j- lorai i.oi leire. ..aiireii-
t in g High School, ind Laurel Hill. The Land is well
h of corn, cotton, wheat, vc. It
itCeineiits to those engaged in the
rr business. I Imve constituted
sq. my agent, during kit absence.
adapted to the grow
also oners great im
turpentine and luml
November 7, I '-'".'
t ):" at ilie cormT of IJo'w and Creen streets.
The. under i: jjued having, at. March Term of Cum-
'rl.i'ei County t'oiu t. ipialilied a Kvecutur of the last
j he subscriber t
friends' and- the imb!
Wrrig!it business an. 5
framing, and rreetlu
''is pr.ineip-les, cith
x:hinerv. lie retur
lib'-ral patronage hr
i i:.4 ii at. j.
f-l n;vv:us eiaiius jja..n.- iu- ivi."' i
theni w:thin the lime H'miU-a iv law. oinerwise uiis
notice will be -pl.-a. led in bar of recovery. -Debtors to
the Ext ate will please make immediate payment.
J AM LS A. McUAK. Executor,
rarc.h 18. IS' t. ' S-l t f
TlltiSH who are indebted fo me by Note or Account
v, 1! p'i-e settle the same. And all debt due me pri
or to th Nt Jan'y. must be settled, as longer in
dtiVgeiiee cannot be e,iveu.
'' A. A. McX ETHAN.
Oct t. bl".n. tf - - ' -
K. M. HH'iK IIISON,
CiinniiNiiinii nitl KorwaHlnjc .llrrctiant,
' Wh.min(;ton, X.
January .7. IsVt y
Th I'avett 'ville lee IIoue will be opened daily for
thrt delivery of Ie from :k to 7 o'cl yj'k, A.M., com
meneing Monday. 17lh iii'-t.
Tieketx for Ice are now ready for sale at the store of
Cr. Williamn A- t'o. No hv will be delivered ex
cept to ticket-", as it is not intended to keep any ac
counts. When called on to ddi cr lee outride of the
tinv spTili"d above, double the regular pric will be
c!rrg"d. JOHN D. WILLIAMS.
April S. Is-Vt. 88 tf
- ACitticnj'rruAii. " -
We Trive rec"ivel our uvaal st'H'k of FAEMINCi
IMI'LE'-IEN'TS. such as Ploughs. Harrows. Cultivators,
Ac. Ac. - J. A T. WAP DILL.
Wagn, complete, for sale.
for that purporit.
Matters himself that I
any other maehi nist
sons who want worl
well to trive him a e
Orders proinpUy att
address the suberJ
county. N. C.
November 'LI, IS
The Subscriber, n
A new 2 Imre
M.trrii tS, 1S.-.1
M 5,11.1. AN. ' J- KOiVDKN.
INSPEOTOII.S .OF NAYAL FTOUKS AND PUO
lYI.SlOX.S. Oilice. corner c.f North AVatrr and Ches
nuit St reels. ' Wilmington. N C. -
April S. 1S.M. S r.v.x
Sjjrlng nnl Summer Kioc.t of
;; t) o t .v a x ' ji o i: xf
rve'ving our S1MHNC inxd SUMMEU STOCK,
ing of a large and gen-sral assortment of (Jen lie
Ladies", Misses', lJoys' a:ul Children's
BOOTS, (LUTKIIS. .LYI) SHOES.
Embracing c very variety of style and quality. With
a gejiM el assortiiVMit otVSe-v;i;it.s Shoes, "
Tr a iks; Calf, (bat. Lining and HindlmSkint; Last:
Shoe Thread; with a large assortment of Shoe Findings.
All of which we will sell; hnv for Cash, or on lime to
punctual eu-Jomers. r- ;
S. T. II AW LEY '& SON.
April S. lis"!. ss-i;t
desideratum to be y
of a suitable burnish
articles now used ei
impart that lustre sol
dtrstanding a. pr
ing tne last twelv
the task of prej)arin;
tionsand has at led
nr phis ultra Jiur
mav be tested hi
with an excellent ar
Nov 9. 1 S.r3
THE subscriber of
North of Kayettevi
Fayetteville and 1?
about twelve; bundr
repair and ntnv in oj
tlie necessary on thoiises. in good repair.
Also, another traca
Place, on which ther
and other houses
On the tirst name
five thousand Turpe
All te above land
modating terms. P
please call v tlie sn
Jav.f.s C. Smith. Mh.ks Costin.
JAMES C. S3IIXII & iu,
lLveTe;noved tlieiroilice to the mm ou.'i story of the
building formerly occupied by the Tele-re C'ompeny,
where t!iev-are prepared to attend to nil business iu the
('oinniis-io'i I ne.
Wilm'ogton, Jan'y 11, 1 8-1
showing the above liads.
Force and SnctioJ
Pipe, for sale by
1 Casl: ench-pure
Wine, just received alnd for salje by
Aoril IS.-IST.! 1 F0-4t
to them Mill be punctually
x i: w g o o is.
Tic CZcijc'st 21?-t
alarga and fas-hional
From tbc tinest to thtj
igj in addition to their former Stock,
Embroidered Koles -
dollars and Under-SIecTef,
I .tr. Hay Street,
TltOY i MARSH.
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SPRIXG AXI SUlUIERi GOODS,
His Co, N. C.
JOHN COLE Y.
Oct. C. . 63-tf
nnildrr, Ifaj'ettrvillc, ST. C,
ms the public that he is prepared
of every description Fitch us State
Prisons, Ac. Also. Churches, Cot-
iblic and private edifices; Dridges.
with Specifications and Contracts
lie will also superintend all kinds
ve prompt attention, and Plant"
uiy Dart of the c&niitrv at short
OI" LAND FOK SAK..'
rs for sale twelve hundred acres
he lower end of Richmond eonntr.
to whom all eommuliications in regard to the matter
may te addrrsed at Cilonolis P. ().. Robeson count v.
Luther Blue, who resides near to the premises, will take
pleasure in exhibiting them to any one who mav call
J. C. 1JLLE.
kes this methofl of in forth in c his
that he still eoiitirv.ies in the Mill
all Its branches, viz: foundering.
; Water or Steam Mills upon vari-
r with simple, or complicated ma-
i ..i X..." fc J- A. P K it B E UT O S; ;
Have just rcceiveu and opened a,. large aad well select
ed Ftock of ;. .. . !.:
SILK AND FAN C Y DRY GOODS, I
Which have been selected with tinusttal care, and le
eigned more particularly for the Retail Tradv In our
'jftock'inay le found all the Iftte Ftyles and designs for
Ladien' lrcs Goods; Fnney plaid and brocaded Silks;
plain Canary col'd do; black Gro-de-Rliine and tigtired
do ; rich PLAID Berages and Tihsucs. ( Plaid being
the rage this season;) tig'd and plaid Grenadiwes; large
lot superior plaiji IJcrages and Tissuy. emlracing all
the ; desirable colors pinks. 'Wncn.' gr?ins. -blacks,
winter, tans; canarys, Ac: ,priuteI Endi'd jxnd SwTy:i
Jaconets; India and; Foulard, Silks;' plain fig'd; and"
plain,, Challya ; Organdie JnwrprPrinred" Ma?lijtsJ
Ir'rciK'h, English aud American Ginghams and Prints,
ie.Ac. '"""" '-. :'--:.
FOli" GENTLEMEN S WEAR Superior black and
fancy col'd Cloths; black French -Loo-Ski nsj Taney
col'd Castmeres, including some splendid . patterns ;
Italian and French Summer Cloths; Drab D'Etes; fan
cy col'd Linen Drillings; plain striped and fig'd do ;
Silk3. Satin, and Quilted Marseilles Yestings, &.c.
Emb'd Curain Muslnls; rich Curtain Damask; Table-
Damask and Cloths ; Tabic Napkins and Towell
ing;' irds-eye and Scotch Diajwrs; 10-4 Linen and
Cotton Sheetings; Linen and cotton Pillow ; Casing ;
Huckabacks; Swiss Jaconet and Plaid Muslins; Bishop
and Long Lawns; stripe Swiss anl Tape Muslins, brown
and bleached Shirtings; Curtain Fringes; Grass Cloths
for skirting; worsted Damask and .Marseilles do; Sattin
Jeans; Corset do; PLAIN and EMU D WHITE and
COL'D CRAPE SHAWLS; LACE MANTLES and
TALMAS. PLAIN and FIG'JJ SILK DITTO ; plain
Linen, emb'd and hem-stitched Handkerchiefs ; Kid
Gloves; twisted Silk Mitts; Silk and Cotton Hosiery ;
Lisle Thread and Silk Undershirts, Chemizetts; LfiH
der-Sleevos; French Worked Collars; Swiss ami Cam
bric Edgings and Inserting; Thread, Cotton and Lisle
.Edgings; Linen and Robin do; black and col'd Silk
Yeils; green and brown I'erago Yeilings; white and
col'd Silk Illusions; plain and fig'd I'obincts; black
Silk Nettings for Mantles; fi-4 white Perages and
Tissues for do; Silk Rooches: -Bonnet." Linings and
Tabs; Artificial Flowersand Wreaths. Straw Trimmings;
Crape Lieees ; Florence Silks and Marcelains; Paper
Hangings. Fire Screens. Wall Papering. c. Ac,
A large lot of Moleskin and white and drab Beaver
HATS; Panama. Leghorn. Albcni, Canadian, Straw
aud other styles
Boys' and Youths do., in great variety ; large as-
sbrtment'fashionable Straw Bonnets; MFsses' Bonnets
and Flats : tine Calf pump-sole' and other Ftyles Boots;
Congress Gaiters and Calf Shoes; Ladies Congress!
Gaiters, assorted colors: white, bronze and Kid !lip-
pers. tve. iVc. A liantsome lot ot
READY MADE CLOTHING
of ;Vvcrv superior quality; also Boys' and Youths. of
every 'description; Shirts. Collars, Under-Shirts. Cra
vats and Stocks; Umbrellas and rarasols; Traveling
Trunks. Carpet-Bags and Yalices, &c. Ac. Ac.
Which will be sold on as accommodating terms as any
othei-, house in the place, .either at Wholesale or Retail.
The trading public would do well to give us a look be
E. L. & J. A. PEMBERTON,
April 1, 1 .-!. 8T-tf
- ' A I
& K. J. LILLY
7- n?c"lar their SECOND STOCK of Spring
; - w GOODSr eiabracing h great variety of
s - ami Doiccfltic Drj Good?, Summer
Lounets, Hoots and Shoes, Umbrellas,
. f lVrasolis; tc. ' - '
iich were selected' wtlh!inuch care, and will be
'ecommodstingternuj exclusively at Wholesale,
ders will .betilled with care and warranted to
sfactiou. " ' - - " ;
22, JS54., h(Mt:; :t'
SPJlIXGt.AKb: SUMMER GOODS. '.
' " Vl LLIAMS r nre- now receiving their
ock f)T Spring and Summer Dry Goods, , .
Alilue Liotamtr,- ;i - , ;
Select, within the last two weeks by one of the firm.
in the Hrthern Markets, at greatly reduced prices from
the earl part pf the Reason, and will be disjwsed of to
-Wholes e buyers on accommodating terms. We solicit
an cxaniation of our Gools, by Merchants buying in
this Mat ret. All orders promptly attended to.
I J. B.HTARR. j. M. WILLIAMS.
April!2. 18T4. tf
I. 18 5 4. :.'v-
: ! S r It I N G GOOD S .
Tlie uldersigned are now receiving, and expect to
have their entire Stock in store by the 13th instant, of
M J SEASONABLE GOODS,
Embracing a great variety of
FORXIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Hats, Qips, Uonncts, Umbrellas, l'arasols,
V Boots and Shoes,
- Toolscap and Letter Paper,
Blank Ijooks, .Bolting Cloth?, &c. '-&c. Ac.
j With an extensive assortment f
riEl J) Y-MA DTI C LO TiriJK'G ,
And Foreign and Domestic Hardware.
All of whfrh they offer to the trade at LOW PRICES
and npon iccommodating terms.
PurchaA-rs will find it to their -Interest to give the
above Stock an examination before making their selec
HALL & SACKETT.
II A V
nr. wi.nirv- i.. i in- iiciiii, ..i till" rfVPV.,,.!!...... HIV P-4
has rcccirod beret ofore. and ln,, 1 'v lC ' f.Mimjiwmjr,
.. ' . . e l ;iru1 tor snle w
imsniess, unit by giving general j Tiinc'j' TAto-w
-r,V ; Faye"h?Wlle. "Ap'rTT 22. 1831. ''i'O-l .
is work will compete with tlialot I .. - ' -
!'or speed and durability. All per- . SVIIIXG, lKft-l.
done in the above line woulo lo ! The subrcriber is now receivinc from New York, a
ill. asdic has several 'competent l:-,r-. siM.nlv of
1 T". -1 1 . .. . . .11 o , U .
ov. aiui is prepare u io p.v cuip an
workmen in hi emi
jobs at the shortest nhte and on very reasonable terms.
nded to. lor further information. I
er at Johiisonville. Cumberland !
D. B. JOHNSON J
: y-ipd. ; i
plus ctruA m;i?Kisn.
practical Boot-maker of some ex-
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Beady-Made Clothing, Sadlcry, Crockery,
Shoes. 3oots, Bonnets and Bonnet
" -.Trimmings, Hats of all kind.
In f-hoit. every artiule usually kept in dry.', good b
i Stores for sale. All of which 1 intend to sell as cheap
, as the cheapest. Thankful for past favors. I hope, by j
correct and fair dealing, foment a continuance id the
, NEW GOODS.
The (subscriber has just received bin Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Embracing etcry article usually to be found in a dry
good's Store, tonsisting in part as follows :
Plain black and watered Silk; plaid Summer Silk:
printed Jacom t and other styles Muslins; Grenadines:
llerages aud Tissues embroidered Muslins for evening
dresses; white land col'd Tarltons; good .assortment
lace and other stvle Mantillas; embroidered Collars.
Sleeves: Cheniizetts and Handkerchiefs: Swiss and
Jaconet Edging and Inserting of superior qualify;
Donnets and Ribbons of latest style and in great varie
ty; sewing silk Mitts; Silk and Kid Gloves; Umbrellas
and l'arasols; goou assortment of Calico ' Ginghams
bleached aud brown Domestics; Cloths, Cnssimeres and
V estaig; linpii Goods; Shoes and Hoots for ladies; gen
tlemen, boys, girls, and children; gentlemen's SCM
MEU HATS; l)oys, and girls Hats and Flats, Ac. Ac.
Also, Sugar and l.oJfee; '
Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore receiv
ed, Ix trusts by close" application, to business and fair
dealing, to merjt.a conttnuauec of the saine.
r33ew- Store on east side .'Green Street.
Fayetteville, April 15, 1M4.
. I i- -i i it j i
v i i-k v-i y-t ti A i- 1r T 1 Ml A IkAAII 111! 11 i! 1 ll I J T IT 1 T I TUM'O 1 Z 1
Hl IJUUl jtlllt riMT, ill ili j
her injure the leather or fail to
necessary 'to give to maiw " Ti7j-
per finish. He has therefore, dur
niontns, been devoting himself to i
t 1 4 ill title; lILt I I r LI i r t ' v -
rr1i nl'fnr iniM-li invpvrirfltinn flf
Bv siKceeded. J he result is"tI- Jiuuun-nu, jiuo, lhiu, nimu iuw, x uiiy,
Carthage, April 22, 14.
The undersigned have iu store and for sale cheap,
a general Stock of
GROCERIES. IIEAYY HARDWARE,
Avihlies that it i
mi." He onlv
drder to establ'r.-h its superiority
over all others. C;all on him at his shop opposite Mr
I. auder's Marble Faqtorv, Hav street, and le supplied
icle at a cheap rate.
- THOMAS GILL.'
rs for sale, his LANDS, six miles
le. and about one mile from the
leigh Plank Road, consisting of i
d and sixty acres of land, suited
to tlie making of Turpentine or Timber. There is also i
on tlie premises, a gid Saw and (irist Mill, all in good
Ulacksmiths' and Turpentine Tools,
Brooms, Buckets. Oils, Paints, J)ye Stuffs, and in fact
almost anything that can be mentioned in our line.
Our friends will do well to give us a call before pur
PriHhice of all kinds f:d;en in exchange for Goods at
5yJust 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 18, 1S.U tf - ;
yration : also.
1 I lit-rvl 1 rr
1' l V 11LII,
of two hundred and fifty acres, on
the head waters of Clrver's Creek, known as the Tarrv
is a small Farm, a Dwelling House
tract, there is cut about twentv-
itine Iloxes, from two to four years
j ' . :"'.-.' I '-
swill; be sold on the nnnt aeenm-
rsons wishing to purchase, will
isc r i her, who will take-pleasure ni
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS
COTTON AND LI-XKN HAG S W A NTED.
The subscriber will pay the highest market price
for any iptantitv of clean Linen and Cotton Rags.
' HAY1D MURPHY.
March I, i tf
CLOTIIINOI CLOTHING IX CLOTHING X IX
VMBEKG CO., Wholesale Retail Ma nu
facturers and Dealers in Ready-made Clothing,
Have just received and opened the largest and best
selected stock erer offered in this .Stale.
They keep constantly on hand an extensive assort
ment of Gentlemen's furnishing Goods, embracing
every article for Gents toilette. Hats, Caps, Roots,
Shoes. Gaiters, Shirhf, Standing Collars of pure Linen,
Cravats. Stocks. Trunks, Yalices, Carpet Rags; Undr
clotli 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 short
est notice and latest style. ; : .
. Manufacturer of Shirts and, Collars, importers and
dealers In Cloth. Cassimere, Cahmcrer, Yestings,
Linen Drilling and Marseilles. Ac. "
Our ; stock will be replenished 'every week by our
senior partner, w1k resides North. Come and examine,
and rememlier East side of Green street, iu P. Shcni
well's new building.
Boys clothing, a large afsortnicat kept always on
AMBERG & CO.
April 22. 1S,4. tf
Lead and Lead
rrench Brandy, Port and Madeira
J. N. SMITH.
IT ANT NEWS, r
e in Town to lull Clothing!
The suU-cribcrs inflirm the citizens of I aycttevitle
a; id the puldic genevllly that they have just received
e Stock oi
lowest quality. Their t-tock con
sists of COATS made of cloth, cassimere, cashmcret
silk, lasting, Iwmibazifie. drab-de-ete. alpacca, grothing
ClOtll. Imeil Of all eolbl- r.l...rV on.l mnnlmnic on1 rf
ii v tiiiu l i ii iiituii" wua v
T!i- subscriber i-now receiving ms spring ami Nim- , au other kinds of g,K ds in the market. Ther alo offer
raer stock of good, among wli.ch may be t r.tnd black t.re largest cheapest ind best selected stock of P.VNTS
and fancy Silks., some very superior ; Silk Grenadine, and LlS ver.see i in this market. Shirts, collars.
Rerages. Tarlton Plaid, printed Mnslm and Lawn-, snemlers, m-ck sto, kv drawers, and a great raanv
GiiHrliamsaort-d, Alpa. c.i assorted. Swiss ami Jaco- other; g.wls for gentlemen.- Thev oner thee article's
net Mucins. (Calico. Bed Ticking. 10 4 Sheeting, brown : at wholesale or retai tui accommodating tefini 5 Gen-
..i oiiiriMiw' brown ami d'a?!ied Drtllinc tlemen are mvit il ti n n v .
n iii n leii'u ni iuii iiu.i - ' " - i - ! vim lib uir isiiiri r yt- i . s
ii.ri ov 1
'..if..,i .i.. rrolina Stnoes. J-own Ltneiv Ir:su linen.
undressed family Linen, white am red Flannel, cotton
Merino Hoe, corded Skirts, black and fancy Mantillas
a i l Talma very Hue, kid aud silk Gloves, half Hoes,
idack French: Cloth and Cassimeress fancy Cassimere
and Linen for gentlemen wear, linen cambric lland
kerchifs. a good assortment ; I'nen and cotton Diaper ;
pins, needles, hooks and eyes, button. ."U0 dozen spool
ton. knives and forks, Iron and nail. 50 Bags Rio
Co Tee ; loaf, granulated and brown fcitgar ; ica, snun
pepper, sptce and ginger, log chains, coopers' tools of
all description, handsaw, "augers, chisel and drawing
iteaiid rim locks ; turpentine nacKers, scra-
axes and adzes. Ladies, Misses, and
i . JL - . 4- . Da.Li And V i.Aiii
)ovs Shoes, a large assorimeui , gvui ww
si li;, Leghorn, aud straw .Jonne.ts ; Misses Flats and
Bonnets ; Panama, Leghorn. Fur, .Moleskin and Straw
jats. PLTEIJ I . JOHNSON.
.ui-i fi..,. J... . . . ""im-i.ifv cue
1,ll-,""Ml T",,C io .v.Johnson A Co.
-' GREMNTREE A CO
N. B. All those indebted to us trior to ,.. t.i'i'-'
will please call and iettle, as uu lonirer iiwlnln-on. ....
AL GitEENTREE A m
Has just recemrd a licautiful assortment of
SPRING AfVO SUJIMBH GOODS.
He desires to return khanks to his friends and the pulv
lie for the lilH'ral paironage which iney nave o?f-iowefl
on binV; and solicits continuance of the Fame. His
friends and the pttblii; are requested to give him a call
At the stand formerly occupied by S. J. Hinsdale, south
- :--... JL a :itJr: t
wesi corner inaxiteL wuaa- auu uiuvriv i
Anril 22. 1854. h - VO-tf
SI? RING AND
The subscriliers respectfully announce to the people -t ?
of Fayetteville and its vicinity, that tlieyhave opened
a newrStore, (at the stand formerly occupied by Worth
A Elliott,) containing a large Stock of
' D It V GOODS,
Which will le sold at Northern Prices. In our Stock
may be found the late styles of Ladies' Dress Go.ls :
Fancy1 ; Brocaded Silks; rich fig'd aud plain black Silk,
at alt prices; Lawns; French' Jaconets, Muslins, and
Taritaas, in great variety; a very fine article of black
Alpo-cas Ginghams, and Prints; Piano aud Table Cov
cr. Also a handsome lot of Embroideries," consisting
otemVd Collars, Sleeves and Cheniizetts; Jaconet,
Cambric ud Swis. Edging and Inserting; Linen Cam
bric Handkerchiefs; emb'd ditto; a fine lot of Crape
Shawls, Veils, Silk aud Kid Gloves, Hosiery, -Bonnet;
Kibbons, Table Cloths, Irish Linen, Ac.
A large lot of I lats, viz :' Mule kin and Drab Beaver
Hat", Straw Hats all styles; Straw Bonnets, Misses'
Bonnets aud Flats. ' .' r
A fine lot of Boots and Shoe?, vc. - ' ' V -
A larg assortment of Jewelry: Gold Ear Rings,
Breast Pins, a variety of Gold and Silver Watches,
Gold Fob and Vest Chains, Ac.
Together with the large.-1" and finest stock of Ready
made Clothing ever before offered in this market : Fine
black Cloth Frock and Sack Coats; also fine brown,
blue and green Summer Cloth Coats: a tine lot of black
Alpaca Coats. A large assortment of Pants: fine black
Doe-skin Cassimere Pants; fancy Cassifticre Pants, at
all prices- i A fine lot of .Vests: white, buff, and fancy
Marseilles Vests; black Satin and fancy Silk Vests, Ac
A handsome lot of Cloths and Cassiraeres; Gents'
fine-Linen Shirts. Collars, Ac. '
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine bur Stock bofor.c purchasing elsewhere, as we
are determined to sell cheap. - V , :
SCII LOSS A McCORMICK, Hay street.
p. S- Clothing of all kinds for Boys of from four to
sixteen rears old.
Aprif22, lWL 50-tf
i ALKHED ALDEKMAX,
Inspector of Naval Stares and Provisions,
1 . W'lLMINGTON, N. C.
'All business intrusted to him will receive prompt
attention. - ,
April 22, 1S54. Sm
P. M. WALKER,
Inspector of Naval Stores and Provisions, I
"WILMINGTON, N. C.
AH business intrusted to bim will receive prompt at
tention. April 22, 1854 3m
T W G HJEXIJOW.'Locnl Dentist.
iX?keL where he will Ik pleased to receive
call!? and wait on those in need of his professional ser
vices A - .' " -
lie will perform, with care, all operations upon the
teeth. Those in need of ArtifieiaF Teeth are folicited
to call and examine specimen?! of hi manufacture.
N. B. Dr. Benbow returns his . most grateful thanks
to the . citizens of layettevillc and vicinity for the
liberal jpatronage they have so kindly liestowcd. and
would respectfully make it known that he intends leav
ing Fayetteville the middle of June to be absent three
months.- . . - .. ...
April 22, 1854. tf
NOTICE TO ritAVELEUS.
The suliscribcr having recently titteil up a commodi
ous house at Johnsonviluv. on . . the Eayetteville and
Western Plank lloafl, about 23 miles from Fayetteville,
is- nmyprtparetl to accommoilate travelers at moderate
charges. No pains will be f pared to make guest com
fortable, t --: '
: -W - S Fi JOHNSON
JohnfoRrille, April 22, 1SJ4 " .2m "'-.;
O AVI D SlcDUPFER, i.
BRICK MASON ANti PLASTERER, -:':'.--''.';;-
i PAyetteville C.
Persons wanting work done in his line will Ite
promptly attend! to by addressing him at the F'aVette
ville Post Oilice. ."
Fayetteville, Jan'y 28, ISo I ly-pd
We are navf receiving from New York a very large
stock or . . : : -; - . , - ..f
j SEASONABLE GOODS,
Embracing nearly every article usually kept in our
market. We pnrcbased otir Goods by the package on
as favorable terns as any house In the mercantile line,
and will sell them wholesale or retail on accommodat
ing terms and for reasonable profits. -
" COUNCIL, CAIN & CO.
4 Vxkt Hunting In the Ifest,
A few years rago, tltero wasnio imlivitlaal in
Arkansas who caused raore trouble to the pood
people of that state than : Dick Uatcher, no-v
torioos bor?o. tbief. ltichard'sexploita were
not pnlj'darinprbut nanierons. IIU niotemcnts
were emitting and stealthy.: He woold come
down on the bams and cattle-yards of the coru
rnunity .with the snddennesa of a night-hawk,
and before you could say , "look and sec," he
wonld be off with, booty enough to keep him in
gin aud- champagne for; a' month.: Thing nt
last reached fiucha pass, that the citizens uiadt
up their: mind to offer a reward of one thousand
dollars foVhis rrcs - Among those who w ent
ifr for,Ilijj pfUcvdVUob BmiJlirs--'' l5ob armed
himself irith the nsual cutlery, his bowie. knife
and revolver, and 6et out in' pursuit of Hateher.
He started at 9 I M., and arrived at the sup
posed residence of the robber about midnight.
Bob approached cautiously, examined the out
wort, and took n preparatory peep in at one of
the windows. Things were just as he desired;
no one at home but the house-keeper. Bob
knocked, obtained admission, and took tip a
position near a blazing fire of oak and hickory.
Having done this, he asked for refreshments, i
and commenced looking round for laud-marks.
"Who owns that buffalo overcoat, and thnt
foxskin cap?" he inquired. "The gentleman" J
work for," was the house-keeper's answer. "I
wonder how they would lit me." Saying this,
Bob got up, tried theni on, and again seated
himself by the fire.
His object in thus disguising himself, was to
deceive any member of the gang, who should
do as he did- peep in for the purpose of recon
noiteringt Bob had not chuckled over his well
laid stratagem for more than five minutes, be
fore he saw three or four ferocious looking men
looking in at the very same window through
which he himself had obtained a glance at the
house-hold arrangments of Mr Hatcher. Not
knowing to what it would lead, be immediately
left his seat, and made an attempt to rush ont
doors. Just as he was crossing the threshhold,
however, a four-pound fist knocked him flatter
than the stock-market. The next thing big-fist
did, was to gag him with a bandanna and throw"
him across a inule. This was also done in a
moment. When Bob recovered from the
"stuunin" swoon into which the blow had plung
ed him, he undertook to right, but mat with
such a severe reprimand from a pair of cowhide
boots that he did not repeat, it. After a long
tramp through mud and dtfrkness, the cavalcade
arrived at ft magistrate's office. An examina
tion immediately took place, when it - was dis
covered that poor Bob had fallen a victim to
circumstances.".""... The Buffalo overcoat with
which he had robed himself, had misled a scout-iiig-party
of "wolverines," who, having heard of
the "great reward," had gone forth to make the
mm t burl on oIIikIiiiI in trlmvirxr tirnni i f
same arrest- that Bob had embarked in. -'"Whether ...... i n,Ljw,ji .bb4. ,rf.t.v,.',!. ,i i
nnrfv ivp nnvrr oiilrl- lr;irii' nil wi ifiwitv is I . -i . . .
Dcmorratle .TL'fih u la cw Unnovf; .
- - -
A meeting of a respectable portion
Democrats of New Hanover county was li
the Court House on the evening ot Wci-nr
April 20th, for the purpose of re-pondii-'r to tr
action, of the Democratic iStnte Convention ii
the avowal of .Democratic principles, anil iu t!
nomination of Thomas Bragg, Ksq., of Northampton,'--
as the Democratic candidate !',;
- The meeting was organized by . cnllitiir
Larkins, 'U(t to the chair, bud iijijiu
.lame Fulton Secretary.
; On motion, a committee of three, - co o
of John Ij. Holmes, 1'cter .M. YaIk r ;m : I.
WvJIall, Ksos., We-rc appoint l b- the '
for the' purpose. of iTrcparing rei-olutiou.- b i..
action of the meeting. During the- retire ! n
of the committee, a. call was made upon .le v
O. Shepherd, Esq., of Cumberland, uho re
sponded in a speech replete with eloquenee in,,
argument, in which he dwelt upon the i ui s I
the campaign, and paid a merited tribute to tls
high character and deserved popularity of the
Democratic candidate Thomas Bragg.
The committee on resolutions, thron- Ii if
Chairman, John L. Holmef, K?sj., reported IL
following resolutions ?
.Whereas, We the Democrats of New N:u:
over county, hnve heard with feelings of (!.
highest -gratification! the proceedings of the
Democratic Htatc Convention recently Ik Id in
the city of Baleigh have inai ked wit Ii p!e;i - iir
the harmony and unanimity which cliarnt teried
all its proceedings,' and have found iu the n -lutions
there adopted the embodiment of li,'
purest principles of the democratic creed and
evidences of the most enlarged patrioti.-iji, ai;d
most zealous regard for all the interests of the
freemen of North Carolina, and have n eiel
with enthusiasm the nomination of Thorn;'--.
Bragg, l'sq., of Northampton, as the Demo
cratic candidate for Governor of this rotate.
Be it therefore
1st. Resolved, That we pledge to each olhei'
and to the democratic parly of the State, i;r
best efforts to secure the triumph of the prin
ciples Of the democratic party, so fully ni.u
clearly set forth iu the platform of the Demo
2d. llesolved, That we recognise in our can
didate," -Thomas Bragg, hq., a democratic
Statesman of the purest principles, mo.-t cxnltn:
character and commanding abilities a ja! i iot i
sou of the old North State, under whose banner
we are proud to rally,. and under whose Ic.mU i
ship we will march forward to victory on tin
first Thursday in August next.
Pending the question upon the adoption ;
the resolutions," the meeting was addressed !
C. (. Wright, Ksq,, of Cumberland, and Co:.
S. J, Person, of New Hanover. Both of tin -
party, we never could learn; all we know is,
that it was the last tune that Bob Smithcrs
app" eared iu disguise, or went a thief-hunting!
NEAV SPUING AKD SUMMEa
The subscribers respectfully announce to their friends.
customer, una the nuMie, that Iheir :..--..'
STUCK OF GOODS FOR THE SKA S OA'
Is nov complete, which wsiS wlcctt d exprt-Hsly for the
Kctail Trade. Our, Stock in one of the larfcCHt itiul
liund-ionicht ever otf'cml by us in this market. It con
sists in partus follows: .
FOIl TIIK LAUIKS Uich Brocade Silk, large and
mall btriped ; red '1'laid do ; jhiin glace and steel
col'd do ; rich fig'd blnck Silk ; watered and plain do;
all varietiei and prices; Gobi priuted and emo'd Gre
nadines, 1 iwmu-h Hiid licragC'K: plain white, black and
col'd Clmllys and Crape do lnrin; printed Linens;
I- reuch 'Jaconets and Urgandie Miisitns: rortsmouth
and other low priced Lawns; black and col'd Ging
hams aud Prints; emb'd, piaid, striped and plain hwiKs.
Book and Jaconet Muj-liiiK. Lawns and Tarltons: a
very superior article of black Bombazine and Alpaca,
for motirninsr: a handsome lot of embroideries.
consisting in part of lloniton, Maltese and Thread
Lace Collars; rrench emb'd LoWars, Sleeves and Che
niizetts, all styles and prices; Jaconet and Swiss
Klouucing ; Swiss Jaconet and. Cambric rklicinc and
f At !n It ! lit i To I kt d rl I? -kl t4it 4kl i i I imtti
Cambric ilandkerchiefs; emb'd do; Mourning Handker
chiefs, Sleeves and Collars ; bl'k Lace and Love Wils;
a superior article or oik rnlun . rape; Italian Crape,
all eolorx; a full line of Silk and Kid Gloves and Mhts;
Hoisery: Jiounet and plain Kibbons; plain and emb d
Crape Shawls; black Silk and Lace Shawls and Points;
white, bl.tek and colored Silk and Lace Mantillas, and
Talmas, some, very line.." e ' :
.Tr-tT Amongst our stock of Gentlemen Goods mav
Ik? found. Super black, brown, blue, green and olive
CLOTHS ; black dooskin and corded Cassimercs ; ti-4
rrench Cassimtres, new stvk, and fantrr Cassimercs.
all colors and prices; white and col'd Linen Drillings ;
checked and plain do; Tweeds, Jeans, and cotton Drills,
farmer's drilling, burlaps, and osnabiirgs ; French and
litiRllsu urau l ,tc; Cahmeret . and Italian Cloth;
black, white and col'd silk and Marseilles Vestfnir: silk.
.1 n ' ' J . 1 . . . - r
iiniCf 'aiiu cihimii biiierMiiriij it imfce i?-sir linen i ui
HEAD Y MADE Ch O TH1A"G ,
- of superior piality.
For IIone,eepers VVc have lO'uud 12-4 Linen nnd
Cotton Shting; Cotton aud Linen l'iltow Caning: L' Vt . r i i ' i r n
Furniture Dimity and Fringes, Damask and Emb d ptockings are of pink and purple colors. 1 ;"
uance ucirtns v ine geniiemeu m ruing
JOHS T. COCXCII. 1 ,
BICH 1 8. CA1X. y . , .-.
ALEXAxiiiiu iiAr.J Fayetteville, April 1, 1854,
. SPRING- GOODS-
Y. TAYLOH is now receiving his Stock of
SPRING AND S UMMER GOODS,
for Ladies' and Gentlemen'M wear: Black and colored
Gaiters, for Ladies, ilisses, and Children ; Boots ud
Shoes ; Hats and Bonnets ; Crockery and Glawware;
Hanlware ; Coopers', Carpenters and Smiths Tools ;
Ploughs and Castings ; Straw Cutters, c. Ac
P. TAYLOR," Old Stand, Green St.
. April 1, 185-1. . , 3m
' ! MOLASSES'
15 IIIIDS. prime Retailing MOLASSES, just to
hand. Also. 10 bbls. N. O. Molasses ; 5 casks extra
fine Syrup; Sugar, Coffee, &c. -p..
Person strecf, 2 doors West of the C.Rank.
fiiKlin nrl I.nr-n C.n ri amy llil T!lr ! n rr A firnn Chnl-u
.......... . w... . ...... n. . , . . s.,. Vn.J
Marllwro Stripe's ami Plaid, for servauts; bleached and
brown ffhirting; Tabl Datnai-k; BirdVeye and Cotton
Diaicr ; Huckaback ; Crash and Scotch Diaper f
Towels, Napkins and Doyles Irifeh Linen and Linen
Lawns. - :--'. '
Together With H full line of Men" and Boys .Sum
mer Hats; Men's fashionable Moleskin Hats; J.atlies'
nud Misses' Bonnets and Flats; Gentlemen fine Boots
and Gaiters; Ladies Congress aud other Gaiters. Bus-
kins, and Slipicrsj Cnjbrellas, l'arasols. ;
And inauV articles not cnumerateu, inaitiii t "
Stoclc a very desirable one, and we are dWerniuifd fo
sell on as reasonable tcmis as any house in the trade,
particularly to such as pay Cash or settle when called
cm Persons wishing to purchase would do well to
call early as we expect fo offer some inducement,
caiieany KhKX ll JOHNSON' A CO.
April S, IM4 fi-tr
FOK SALC. .
2 Ynrtg nd well-broke MLLKS., .f.rTrrT
ine.wnoie uemocnitic pariy io ine eni.niii;i . hi
with which the name of Thomns J'rngg
hailed from the luountaius to the Se;iho:ird, nt !
which alforded a cheering omen of mktos :
the first Thursday in August next. Col. I r
son declared hinifelf enlisted for the camp;.i-'ii :.
that wherever a word could he sjiokcn or
speech made to promote the .s.ucc f ,-s- ol ( d!.
Uragg his own personal choice, as Iicwsm tl : :
of the democratic party neither f-htiuhl I
wanting on his part. All the speakers ucr
The question being taken on the resolution
they were passed unanimoush.
On motion, the proceedings were ordered to
be published in the Wilmington ,)o
the other democratic papers of tin; SStat e wt i
requested .to copy.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
WM. S. LA UK INS, :hain;:a::.
Jamesj Fty.Tox, Secretary.
The Somf.hsetski. The editor of the W t,
burg (Va.) Intelligencer thus describes a i.e.
style of dancing, which he witnessed at OM
Point Comfort :
"The SomcrsctsVi is the name of tlie i,r
dance which bids fair to knot k the wait., l!. -mazourka,
the polka, the rcdowa, and ti'
Schottisch into si cocked hat. This lu-f naiai'.
dance is by far the most ridiculous nflair -was
ever participated in by sane peojije. A '
never see it without thinking of a gander !);o'
aneing himself on one leg, and nodding an
tionately and amorously tit his favorite coo ,
IJut from all, accounts the Somersetski is tl
dance of the age. It is danced by four per. o:
two ladies and two gentlemen. The l ulo -are
dressed in a frock reaching to the .;. ;
and tlie continuences are of stockinet fl 1 1 i r .r ;o
closo' n jiossiblo to the skin. One lady wear,
a white stocking and a black stocking, and th
other wears one green and one red ?(ockin- .
I ho P-cnt niiicn are dressed m snorts, and ine
February 4, lL
POI'ASII X POTASH X
1 C ik WTiitc rotafcb, just received nd for sale by
2 Oastv J. N. SMITH.
April 15. 89-4t : N.tV. corner Market Square
FISH AND LIME.
275 CASKS STONE LIMP',
50 bbls. New Herring, (No. 1.)
1 half-bbls. de, . do.
20 bbls. Mackerel, (No. 3 and 4,) i(
Cement aud Plastering IIir.
' Bale Hay. '
All fresh and warranted rood. Jnt received by
J. W. POWERS i CO.
April 23, 1854. : :
3,500 BUSHELS Corn for sale by
' . dEO. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
March IP, 1854,
sets over the ladies, after which the ladies li t ,
over the gentlemen ; and then the whole pari;,
turns somersets-over each other , rapidly, j ie
miscuously. nml misctllaneously. During . fh -last
movement the performers, and the ir vmv
gated costume present all the changes of th -kaleidoscope.
Those who have sctu this (h.nc .
greatly admire it."
Xnwsr'APKiiM. A man cats up a ootnid of
sugar, tind the pleasure he has enjoyed is ( i d' o :
but the information he gets from a jiew.-j..;ip r
is treasured uji in the mind, to be used wh tn . -er
occasion or inclination calls for it. A m
pajH-T is not the wisdom of a man or two men ;
it is the wisdom of the age of past age s too.
A family without a newspaper is always Im! "
au age behind the times in general information:
besides they never think much, nor find nine.,
to think about. And there are the little :.'
growing up in ignorance without a tale for
I5esides all these evil, thcreVthe wife rh' ,
when her work is done, has to sit down with h r
hands in her lap, and nothing to a:nue h r
mind from the toils and cares of the domet.:
circle. Who would be without a ncw.-paper.
Wheat Cuof. In Virginia the procj.rct for
fine crops is remarkably good. Notwithstand
ing the late tmusually told weather, it docs no
uipear to have given rise to any serious fear
for the growing wheat crop. It is gc -cralU
thought not to have been injured to any grr !
extent. Owing to the fine prices the p;ist vent ,
an unnsual quantity of wheat has been sown. -
Richmond ll hi'
April 13, lSjl,