A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted
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I fcsdl ted
w-yf ui uiul
Bit VAX & YATK.S, Proprietors.
PAYETTEVILLE, ff. C, 'SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1854.
PltiNTivD BY WILLIAM J. YATES.
U 0 fl E II T K . JJ It Y A N , Editor.
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lilt VAN . VATKS.
t "i . i
April I. 18.V1.
PEAKCE fc PEMBEUTON
Are now '-rcceivihsr, in addition to their former S-tcck.
a beautiful assortment of
Satin Striped Derates.
'ollars and Undcr-Slecvcs,
Knd other Trimmings,
I THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
I1. & P. llav Street,
Jj"i J" J g J
SPRING AND SUMAIER GOODS,,
E. L. & J. A.
Have just received and opened a large and well select
ed 'stock of . '
SILK AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Which have been selected with unusual care, andle-
signed more particularly for the Retail Trade.' In our
jngV for sale by
Runaway from the subscriber, his Nejrro men. JOHN
M A 5C U li: I-1 A V T O It Y, '
" DV GEO. LAI PJKJI.
v.,,,k-r.v.i.v-;t. to K. V. Willkiiis Auetioi 8tore.
" ' ' l ;;y.ti.'Vi!l-. N.
I)rt. 1. 1 '
is about 2G years old. G feet 1 iuch
lS.r or 190 lbs. Toley aprcd about
22 yearss " f-et 9 inches bieh. stout, and weierhs 175
lbs. Thev were Ixuliiht from Mr James Surles, of Cnrn-
will probably be lurking in that
ey has a wife at Mr Richard Bird's,
iMity Dollars for either, or one
both, will be paid for their npprc-
to the subscrilwr, or for their con
in the State, so that he can ret
il snm of One Hundred Dollars will
be pai l for the conviction of any person of harboring
the above Negroes.
Co. X. C, Oct, 6. C3-tf
and TOHHY; Job
high, weigh about
berland eountv, am
in Johnston Count v
hundred Dollar for
hVnsion and leliver
tinement in anv Jai
them. An addition
Fair liuff: Colum
I 'jOO Al'KB
S OF 1-AX1) FOK SAI.C
The subw:r!ber oi'ers for sale twelve hundred acres
of Laud, located in
It is about erjui-di
burg High School,
duccments to those engaged in the
turpentine and hnifjer business. I have constituted
adapted to the grol th of corn, cotton, wheat, Ac.
aNo oilers great i
:t!v pureha-ed the above establishment
elly. Esj.. 1 asn n-.,v prepared to enter-
T i . il.. .. uliM ni'j i irivn n it
tain iii a coinlorta'tie iiiaine-i iu-.; "j r?- -
goo-1 hosiers ana a uis
t7ut I shall bi able to
cjII. U.ivin-4 ample sta.)K-
in -i i i i m ! i i it I 'A i -' . I
those who may i.ivoi me iin
give entire satislact io.ljo
i eeeni'M'r 3. 1 rvW.
Alexander Me.Leaul Eso. uiv agent, during my absence.
to whom all communications in regard to the matter
mav be addressed at ( iilonolis P. .. Robeson county
Luther IJIih. wiio r sides near to the pn-mises, will tike
pleasure in exhibiting them to any one who may call
for that purpose.
t: it i; i: n w a y k k . - a. v
T:,,rv..-4ers a:i-l Wliolesal- Dealers in Foreig
frieads and the put
V n glil business ai
framing, and ereeti
mis principles, eitlj
ehinerv. He retur
liberal patnmage h
by strict attention
and i satisfaction, to nu
ikes this method of informing his
tie that lie still continues in the Mill
I all its branches, viz: foundering.
ig Water or Steam Mills upon vnri-
;r with simple or complicated ma
ns his thanks to the-public for the
b lurs received heretofore, and hopes
business, and by giving general
ta continuance of the panic. He
tt ' i 'I w il'i."
f oiuesi ic i i . i ihmi.-,
.21 Park Place and 1 i Raivlav street, Nkw
NovembcT 7. Is5:' f ni-pd
CI.EHE.N'T i. AVilKiHT,
Aljiirni-y t Ijv, yt l evi Mr, 2V.
OibVe at tiie corucr of Dow aud (irca htreets.
Feb'y .,, lf.V'.. - '
The uri.1ei.vined havimr. at March Term of f'nm
rlaud -County Court . nuat'.il. d usUecut..y of the last
il i nvw.-:,,ie;if of Mis , MeKae. d'C d.loti?.s all
HI it I IK 1-- " . . , I. . 1 I ..... 4 . 1
JitHMS aii'lllisfe lite i.ni.u'.
Hatters himself than his work will compete with that of
for speed and durability. All pcr
done in the above line would do
, as he has several competent
loy. and is prepared to execute all
job at the shortest hot'ee and on vej v reasonable terms.
Orders promptly attended to. F'or further information
address the subsciibei at Johnsonville. (. umberlantl
D. P. JOHNSON.
anv oth.-r m-aehinis
sms w ho want woi
w.'ll to give liim a
workmeiCin his em
con at v, N. C.
November IG. lb
tu..m -;t!i.:ii the time limited i.y law.
noiiec wi ll be pleaded i:i bar of recovery. Debtors to
lb . E.iate will i.l-av mak- immediate payment.
JAMES A. McllAi:. Ex-vntor.
THOSE vho are indebted to me by Note or Account
will please seLlle the sane. And atf debts due me it
or to the 1st Jany 1 .'":. must be settled, as longer in-
duL;euei caanot be given.
Oct 1. is.'.:',. tf
A. A. M.KETHAN.
K. JI . Ml'llC'IIISOX,
'omuisiici nid l-'orwaHin) 3IcvehJit
Wii.!!N(;t(in', N. C
.fauuirv 7. 1S.' t y
It 'ville I '.e House v. ill be onened dnilv for
t h tl-di v.tv of K- fi"om.r.i to 7 o'clock,
m oicing Monday. 17th inst.
Tiekei for lee-nr now rejtdy for sale at the store oi
C. W. William A Co. N'o lee wtll be delivered ex-
cept-to tickets, as it is not intended to keep any nc
Nov 9. 18". 3
North of Fayette
about tsvelre h u n
repair anl now in
Wli-Mi called on to deliver Ice outside of the-
tit. i.' sp'vilied above, double the regular price will be
t-haivd. JOHN I). WILLIAMS.
April S. 1S.-.4.
We h ve received imr usual Mtock of I'AUMINO
-IMPLEMENTS, such as Plough. Harrows. Cultivators.
tVC. cvc. J. .1 T. WADDILL.
A ew 2 hoi'sr agon, complete, for sate.
Marfti KS, 1 So 1
j . a jr. w.
j. c. nov.'PKX.
MfMIM.AN t IIOWDKX,
INSPECTfMiS OF NAVAL STOKES AND PRO
VISIONS. OthVe. corner of North Watejr anil Ches
nutt Streets. Wilmington, N. C.
April s. is:,ir JS-:im
Jaii:..s C Smith. AId-ks Custix.
JAMES C. SMITH & CO.,
Have removed their ofhee to the second story of the
building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company,
where they are prepared to attend to all business-in the
,i:ii:)n-:na line. r
All business .entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmington. Jan'y 141'1854. 7G-ly
..,k E. I1 MOORE
Are now receiving their stock of SPRING AND
.SUMMER ' GOODS, consisting of
Foreign and Domestic
i)Jl Y GOODS, -lifJX.VllTS, If A TS,
Doot.s, Shoes, and lteuily-nnule CLOTIIIN(3
to wiileh lht:V i:;vite the attention of purchascTs.
I 1 1 r T . r-.
A4so. another tral
the head w aters of
All the above la
please c all on the s
showing the above
Oct. 27. lsr3.
Force and Suet
j Pipe, for sale by
l'Fom the finest' to
sists of COATS n
silk lasting, bomb;
..East" corner of Market Square.
all other kinds of J
the largest , cheapt
and VESTS ever si
at wholesale or ret
tlemen are invited
ncr Market SeuaiC
N. I. All those
will please call ami
April 22, l.vH
lias just recc
On the 1st 1js of -lanuaiy. ls.".;. 1 hired :i Roy named
Robert to John A. Williams, .'Esq.; Mime time in I'eb'y
following he left Mr Williams, and I had reason to be
lieve Was lurking in the Neighborhood of Fayetteville,
ln.r in .- 1 believe he has been kidnam.ed ..r ile-oved
;lv some villain. Said Roy is of black complexion ! Ho (.lo!''0ii breturi
between L5 and 11 years old. -quite an active good look
ing little fellow, and no doubt c?m tell a very plausible
tale. 1 will give the abort1 reward for his delivery to
in ;, or confinement iu any JaiL so that I get him
azain, or ."v" if arrested out of the Stafe so that I get
him. JAS. 'EVANS. Guardian.
March 11, ItOL , - 81-tf ;
KIPTY DOLLARS HEWAKl).
The above reward . will be given to any person who
will deliver to me my negro woman ANNA, w ho a!b
scoiided about the lith of November last, or for her
confinement in any jail in this State so that I can get
her agaiu. Said- negro is of bright mulatto comjdex
ioti. ' Speaks clearly and more properly than negroes
usually do. and is rather lelov the medium size.
It is supposed that she if lurking about the vicinity
of Fayetteville, aided by the celebrated Simon Rlue of
harboring notoriety. She may attempt to pas. as a
free person amon tho numerous free mulattoes about
Dundarroch, Robesoa county, L
April 26, ,'1S5L i 01-tl
west corner market
April 22, ls.-i4.
Mfrclc may be found all the late styles and designs for
Ladu Drew? Goods; Fancy plaid and brocaded Silks;
plain canary col U do; black Gro-de-Khine-And
iLS Cotton Yarns ajnjrJLftfw-
, - rnur & marsh. -
the lower end of Richmond county.
taut from Floral College, Lauren-
ami Laurel Hill. The Land is well
J. G. P.LUE.
pericnoe. has for sf.ne time been sensible that th.ere.is a
rsitlcratitn to be
of a sa lable bnrni
articles now used
.impart that lustre
dtrstamling ' n J
ing tlie last.tvrelve
the task of prepari
tions. and has at 1
nr j)hi9 ultra, J!a
may be tested m
over all others.
Lander's Marble V
1'i.rs virUA iiiiiNis-ii.
a-pFictffil Iloot-maker of -come cv-. r
limp been sensible I -there is rt !
Wet supplied to the public in the way
a lor boots and shoes. Most ot tne
ither injure the leather or fail to
Jo necessary to give tomans '-itn-
bper fini-!i. He has therefore, dur-
moiiths. been devoting himself to
g in article free from these objec-
fngth after much investigation and
ely succeeded. The result laGii -
rJi..'' He only wishes that it
order to establish its superiors tv
all on him at his shop opposite Mr
fectorv. Hav street, and be supplied
with an excellent article at a cheap rate.
.1 - ' I ff .Tl. V. -.. . . fT "
no ; rica rijiv ierages anu Tissues. il;JJJ,)fl
lot tuuuri----' greens, blaekK,
Tmttes tan, canary, &c; printed Emb'd and Swiss
Jaconets; India and Foulard Silks; plain fig'd and
plain Challys ; Orgaudie Lawns; Printed Muslins;
French, English and American Ginghams and-Print
FOR GENTIEMENS WEAR Superior black and
fancy col'd Cloths; black French I)oe-Skins; fancy
col'd Cassimeres, including some splendid patterns ;
Italian and French Summer Cloths; JJrab D'Etes; fan
cy .col'd Linen Drillings; plain striped and lig'd do;
Silk; Satin, and Quilted Marseilles Vestings, Ac.
EmbM Curain Muslins; rich Curtain Damask; Table
Damask and Cloths ; Table Napkins and Towell
ing; Rirds-cye and Scotch Diapers; 10-4 Linen and
Cotton Sheetings: Linen imd cotton Pillow Casing ;
Huckabacks; Swiss Jacouet and Plaid Muslins; Rishop
and Long Lawns; stripe Swiss and Tape Muslins, brown
and bleached Shirtings;. Curtain Fringes; Grass Cloths
for skirting; worsted Damask and Marseilles do; Sattin
Jeans; Corset do; PLAIN and F:MI$'D WHITE and
COL'D CRAPE SHAWLS; LACE MANTLES and
TALMAS, PLAIN and FIG'D 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; Un-der-Sleeves;
French Worked Collars; Swiss and Cam
bric Edgings and Inserting; Thread. Cotton and Lisle
Flgings; Linen and Robin do; black and col'd Silk
Veils: green and brown Rerage Veilings ; white and"
eol'd Silk Illusions; plain and lig'd Iiobinets; black
Silk Nettings for Mantles: 6-4 white Borages and
Tissue for do; Silk Rooehes; Bonnet Linings and
Tabs; Artificial Flowersand Wreaths. Straw Trimmings;
Crape Lieces ; Florence Silks and Marcelains; Paper
Hangings. Fire Screens, Wall Papering, Ac. Ac.
A large lot of Moleskin and white and drab Beaver
HATS; Panama, Leg horn, Alboni, Canadian, Straw
and other ttvlcs
Roys and Youths' do., in great variety ; large as
sortment fashionable Straw Bonnets; Misses' Bonnets
andFIats ; line Calf pump-sole and other styles Boots;
Congress Gaiters and Calf Shoes; Ladies' Congress
Gaiters, assorted colors; white, bronze and Kid Slip
pers, Ac. Ac. A handsome lot of.
READV MADE CLOTHING
of a very superior quality; also Boys' and Youths, of
every description; Shirts, Collars, Under-Shirts, Cra
vats and Slocks; Umbrellas and Parasols; Traveling
Trunks. Carpet Bags and Yaliees, Ac. Ac. Ac.
Which will be sold on as accommodating 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
E. L. A- J. A. r EMBERTON,
April 1. 1 S.-4. S7-tf
The un.'. --rsigned have" in store and for Kalo cheap,
n irencfiil Stork of
GROCERIES, .HEAVY HARDWARE, .
Hollow-ware, Iron, Steel, Window Glass, Putty,
Blacksmiths' and Turpentine Tools,
Brooms, Buckets. Oils. Paints. Dye Stulfs. and in fact
almost anything that caii be mentioned iii 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
JES-Just received, 10 hbds. new crop Molasses.
(J. W. I. GOLDSTON & CO.
New brick store cast side Gillespie street, third door
from the Market.
March 18. 1S54 tf
spaixa impoiitai ioxs pou is...
STARR & WILLIAMS
dealers in Foreiiru and Domestic.
Uats, . Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas, and
; ( " Ready-Made Clotuu?, '
J.HAV STREET, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C,
InT'te the attention of their customer and tb tr-ii1
.r,i,f.-ll A . "-
-iijt, io a very superior btock of
; $rnixG and summer g oods,
.Mercnants win nna in mis marKei good stocks, and
at "prices w hich cannot fail to.plcase. . ,
; Mardj 7, 1854 .
THE subscriber ffers for sale, his LANDS, six miles
iile. aud about one mile from the
laleigh Plank Road, consisting of
ed and sixty acres of lauu, suited
to the making of Tarpentine or Timber. There is also
on the premises, a inod Saw and Grist Mill, all iu good
FIVK IIIXDIIKD THOUSAND POinVOS
COTTON AND LINEN RAGS WANTED:
The subscriber will pay the highest- market price
for any quantity of clean Linen and Cotton Rags.
March 4, HsU tf
peration : also, a Dwelling, and all
the necessarv outlnftises. in good repair.
t of two hundred and fifty acres, on
'arver's C reek, known as the i arrv
Place, on which thtlt c is a small Farm, a Dwelling House
and other ITouseSi
d tract, there is cut about twentv-
five thousand TurpLntine Boxes, from two to four years
rls will be sold on the most accom
'ersons wishing to purchase, will
ubscriber. v'ho will take pleasure in
"WM. R. BOLTON
S T O It E 4
,s ran ibr g o od s.
In our Stock
Dress 'Goods :
on Pumps ; Sheet Lead and Lead
C. W. ANDREWS,
PUT ANT NEWS.
The Cheapest Aarc in Toicn to bmi Clothing!
The subscribers Inform the citizens of Fayetteville
md the public geiierally that they have just received
a large and fashionable Stock of
REA1 V-MADE CLOTHING,
he lowest quality. Their stock con-
ad e of cloth, cassiiuere. cashnieret,
zinc, drab de-ete, aipacca, grothing
cloth, linen of all ijolors. checks and ginghams, and of
oods in the market. They also offer
t and best selected st ock of PANTS
on in this market. Shirts, collars,
suspendersrneck slocks, drawers, and a great many
other goods for gejntlemen. They offer these articles
nl on accommodating terms, drcn
to call at the store north-east cor-
net to A. Johnson A Co.
M. GREENTREE A' CO.
indelded to us prior to the 1st Jan'y
settle, as no longer indulgence can
M. GREENTREE & CO.
S. S. A KEY
ved a beautiful assortment of
VXD SUMMER GOODS.
thanks to his friends and the pub
lic for the liberal rtatronage which thev have" bestowed
on him: and Mdicitjs a continuance of "the same. His
tneiids ;iud the puftlic are reouested to irivc him a call.
at the stand former y occupied by S. J. Hinsdale, south
square and Gillespie street.
Gold Ear Rings,
2 Young and well-broke MULES.
February 4, 18ott.
-ii-ii j l rwv ri'i-l'ivin f'riT-ii V..u- A". 1 -
- - v. ttvuw-i v. . . . . - - a -1 iv a, very i a r rr e
Embracing nearlyj every article usually kept in our
market. We purqnasen our uooils by the package on
as favorable terms
and will sell theud
ing terms and for ieasonable profits
JOHN' T. COCN'CtL
vV. P. MALLETT.
as any house in the mercantile line,
wholesale or retail on accommodat-
) COUNCIL, CAIN & CO.
f Fayetteville, April 1, ISil. tf
The subscribers respectfully announce to the people
of Fayetteville and its vicinity, that the have opened
a new Store, (at the stand formerly occupied by Worth
& Elliott,) containing a large Stock of
Which will le sold at Northern Prices,
mav be found the late styles of Ladies'
Fancy Brocaded Silks; rich lig'd and plain black Silk,
at all prices; Lawns; French Jaconets, Muslins, and
TarUans, in great variety; a very tine article of black
Alpacas. Ginghams, and Prints; Piauo and Table Cov
ers. Also a handsome lot of Embroideries, consisting
of emb'd Collars, Sleeves and Cheniieetts; Jaconet,
Cambric and Swiss Edging and Inserting; Linen Cam
bric Handkerchiefs; einb'd ditto; a fine lot of Crape
Shawls, Veils, Silk and Kid Gloves, Hosiery, Bonnets,
Ribbons, Table Cloths, Irish Linen. Ac.
A large lot of. Hats, viz : Moleskin and Drab Beaver
Hats, Straw Hats all styles; Straw Bonnets, Misses'
Bonnets and Flats.
A fine lot of Boots and Shoe?, Ac.
A large assortment of Jewelry:
Breast Pins, a variety of Gold aud
Gold Fob and Vest Chains. Ac.
Together with the largest and finest stock of Ready
made Clothing ever before offered in this market : Fine
black Cloth Frock and Sack Coats; also fine brown,
blue aud green Summer Cloth Coats: a liue lot of black
Alpaca Coats. A large assortment of Pants: fine black
Doe-skin Cassimere Pants; fancy Cassimere Pants, at
all prices. A line lot of Vests: white, buff, and fancy
Marseilles Vests; black Satin and fancy Silk Vests, Ac.
A' handsome lot of Cloths and Cassimeres; Gents
line Linen Shirts. Collars, Ac.
Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and
examine-our StiKik before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are determined to sell cheap.
SCIILOSS & McCORMICK, Hay street.
P, S. Clothing of all kinds for Boys of from four to
April 22. 1S54. 90-tf
ALFRED . ALDEKMAK, '
Inspector of Naval Stores and Provisions,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
All business intrusted to him will receive prompt
April 22, P!54. :?m
r. 1. M. WALKER,
Inspcrtor of Naval Stores and Provisions,
' WILMINGTON, NVC.
All business intrusted to him will receive prompt at
tention. April 22. 1854 3m
PISH AND LIME.
275 CASKS STONE LIME,
50 bbls. New Herring, (No. 1.)
10 half-bbls. do, do.
20 bbls. Mackerel,. (No. Z and 4.)
: Plaster Paris.
Cement and Plastering llair.
All fresh and warranted pood. Just received hy
J. W. POWERS & CO.
April 29, 1854. 918t
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
18 5 4.
S PR IN G GOODS.
The undersigned are now receiving, and expect to
have their entire Stock in store by the 13tli instant, of
! SEASONABLE GOODS,'
Embracing a great variety of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas, Parasols,
Boots axd Shoes-,
Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Blank Books, Bolting: Cloths, &e. &c. &c.
With an extensive assortment of
And Foreign and Domestic Hardware.
All of which they offejr to the trade at LOW PRICES
and upon accommodating terms.
Purchasers will find it to their interest to give the
above Stock an examination before making their selec
tions. HALL A. SACKETT.
March 8, 1854
The subseriVr has just received his Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY (.OODS,
Embracing every article usually to e found in a dry
good's Store, consisting in part as follow :
Plain black and watered Silk; plaid Summer Silk;
printed Jaconet and other styles Muslins; Grenadines;
Berages and Tissues; embroidered Muslins for evening
dresses; white and col'd Tarltons; good assortment
laceand other style Mantillas: embroidered Collars.
Sleeves, Chemizetts and Handkerchiefs; Swiss and
Jaconet Edging and Inserting of superior quality;
Bonnets and Ribbons of latest style and in great varie
ty; sew ing silk Mitts; Silk and Kid Gloves; CmbrrJlas
and Parasols; good assortment of Calico, Ginghams,
bleached ami brown Domestics; Cloths, Cassimeres aud
Vesting; linen Goods; Shoes and Boots for holies; gen
tlemen. bows, girls, and children; gentlemen's SUM
MER HATS; boys, and 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 and fail
dealing, to merit a continuance of the same.
New Store on east side Green Street.
Favetteville, April 15, 1S54. 89-tf
clothing: clothing:: clothing:::
t NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
AM jjERG & CO., Wholesale Sc ifuaU Man u
facl$rers.aiid 'Dealers in" Ready-made Clothing,
Lllav.'Vjust tsMlrt;.ttna.'' opened- the largest and best
j selected slitck ever offered in this State.
l n jy Keep eonsianiiy on nana an extensive assort
ment of Gentlemen's furnishing Goods, embracing
every 'article for Gents toilette. Hats. Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Gaiter, Shirts. Standing Collars of pure Linen,
Cravats, Stocks, Trunks. Valices, Carpet Bars; Under
cloth iu 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 Ro1es.
Also, clothing of any kind made to Order on the short
est notice and latest style.
Manufacturers of Shirts and Collars, importers and
dealers in Cloth. Cassimere, Cas-.hm.eret, Vestings,
Linen brilling and Marseilles. Ac.
Our stock will, be replenished every week by our
senior partner.' who residesNorth. Come stnd examine,
and remember East side of Green street, in P. Shem
well's new building.
Boys clothing, a large assortment kept always on
AMBEttG A; CO.
April 22. 1854. tf
D. W: C. BENBOW, Local Dentist,
May be found at his Rooms near the Mar
ket, where be will be pleased to receive
bails and wait on those in need of his professional ser
vices; He will perform, with care, all operations upon the
teeth. Those in need of Artificial Teeth are solicited
to call and cxamine-pecimens of his manufacture.
N. B. Dr. 'Hen-bow returns his most grateful thanks
to the citizens of Fayetteville and vicinity for the
liberal patronage they have so kindly lestowed, and
would respectfully make it known that he intends leav
ing Fayetteville the middle of June to be absent three
April 22, 1854. tf
NOTICE TO TRAVELERS.
The sulscriber having recently fitted up a commodi
ous house at Johnsonville. on the Fayetteville and
Western Plank Road, about 23 miles from Fayetteville,
is uow prepared to accommodate travelers at moderate
charges. No pains will be -pared to make guests com
fortable. S. E. JOHNSON.
Johnsonville, April 22, 1854 :5m
BRICK MASON AND PLASTERER,
Fayetteville, N. C.
Pcrsous wanting work done in his line will be
promptly atteuded to by addressing him at the Fayette
Fayetteville, Jan'y 28, 1854 ly-pd
P. TAYLOR is now receiving his Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
for Ladies' and Gentlemen' wear: Black and colored
Gaiters, for Ladies, Missc, and Children; Boots and
Shoes; Hats and Bonnet ; Crockery and Glassware;
Hardware ; Coopers', Carjenters aud Smiths" Tools ;
Ploughs and Castings ; Straw. Cutters, Ax. Ac.
P. TAYLOR, Old Stand, Green St.
April 1. 1854. 3m
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.
The subscribers inform the citizens of Fayetteville
and the surrounding country that thtfy have on band
a well selected and fashionable stock of READY-MADE
CLOTHING of all styles, both men's aud boys'.
Also, Neck Stacks, Shirts, Standing Collars, Ac. Ac.
Widen they are determined to sell Ulow cost, as they
want to make another arrangement by the first of July
next. Gentlemen, come one. come all. a bargains may
be had. fJM KKN'TREE A OPPENHIM,
Person street, next to the Cape Fear Bank.
. May 6, 1854 92-3t
3,500 BUSHELS Corn for sale by
GEO. Y. WILLIAMS & Co.
March 18, 1854,
Read the Advertisement of Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. There are statements of no ordinary interest
to all so unfortunate as to be afflicted with the difficul
ties it cures. .
Tlisulscrihers wishing to close busiaew, will offer
for sale AT AUCTION,
On Monday .the 22d instant,
Their, entire STOCK OF GOODS, mostly new. and
embracing a general assortment, to which they invite
the attention of all those engaged or wishing to embark
in the business, tu call and purchase, as bargains may
be expected. Term, easy. &
Lumberton, N. C 3Iay 1, 1S54 92-tf
JEsS BACON, LARD, RICE, and all other
articles in the Grocery line, for eale by
jlay 13. . G. W. L GOLDSTON.
The Same Oi.n Thick. The people will
please remember that in 1848 Gov. Reid advo
cated Free Suffrage and Gov. Man! v opposed
it. In 1850 Gov. Manly avowed himself in
favor of it, and he and his party press insisted
that lie was a better Free Suffrage mail than
memlcr, John Kerr is a Letter Free Suffrage
man than Gov. Keid." The people knew the
falsity of these professions and assertions, aud
spumed them as they should.
And now it is funny, or would be if it was not
too ridiculous, to bear Gen. Dockery claiming
to be ;m original Free Suffrage man, and dating
his advocacy of it away back to 1835!
Did ever any thing carry its own refutation
with it more effectually?'' He tells us he gave
a ''long, strong and hard lick" for Free Suffrage
in voting to give the election of Governor to
the people. O wonders! But it turns out
that hedid not even vote for that proposition,
as a separate measure, in the Convention of
1835. lie was not on hand when the vote
Let the people remember these things, . and
when w htg-' politicians talk anout tcing in
favor of Free Suffrage, remember that they
made these same professions two and four
years ago, but have, after the elections, always
steadily opposed its adoption. 1 hat this will
be their future course we have every reason to
believe, judging from the past. Tbey promise
a hz waxen candle before the elections, but
won't give a tallow-scrap after they arc over
Ci'Riors. -The letter of Mr Bragg accepting
the nomination of the Lococratic party for
Governor, as published in the daily Journal of
yesterday, and the weekly Journal of to-dny,
contains no allusion-whatever. to the platform
of principles'. adopted by the Convent-ion which
nominated him. Does Mr Bragg stand upon
the Platform, rickotty as it is, or does he
not? Wil. IleraM.
"I have carefully examined the scries of polit
ical resolutions adopted by the.. Convention' am
enclosed in vour letter. I his is not a time or
fit occasion to discuss their merits. It will.be
sufficient for me now to say that tliey meet
. . 1 Villi 4.
witn my entire approval, ami snail iiereatter
receive mv hearty and earnest support. Mr
Dragpfs letter of acceptance.
Comment is unnecessary.'
The Kciji'sk. An anuular'cclipse of the sutj
will occur on the 20th of the present month
The Uostou Journal tlvis speaks of tho mutter:
"It will commence at thirtv-three minute.1
past 4 o'clock in the ''morning, and continue tivcf
hours and lour minutes, or until about twenty-
three minutes before 7 o'clock. So our readers
will have to rise betimes to see it. Iuthls eclips j
the apparent diameter of the moon compared
with that of the sun, will be about as 18 to 19,
and consequently some nine-tenths of the sun
will be covered. The path of the eclipse will
cross the western part of the Atlantic ocean
Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Ver
mont, New York, Upper Canada, Lake Superj
lor, Northwest and Washington 1 emtones, and
thence through the southern edge of Bntisl
America to the Pacific ocean. The central lin
of the eclipse will enter New England neat
Portsmouth, and its "path will extend Hixty-twol
miles on either side. Boston will fall within it
path. To those on tho central line, the sui
will appear, during the middle of the eclipse
like a huge circle of light, the moon covering
every part except a very narrow rim on thq
outside. In Boston the appearance will b
much the same, only the ring of light will Ik:
wider on one side than on the other. Thq
central part of the eclipse will -be from Kittery
opposite Portsmouth, in a north-westerly direc
tion, through the towns of Dover, - Harrington
Pittsfield, Canterbury, Franklin, Hill, Groftoi
and Lebanon. J he eclipse Will, however, u
visible, to a greater or Icki extent, in all part.1
of North America, excepting Guatemala am
the southwest part of Mexico. It will also bd
visible in Ireland, Greenland, Northern Bussia
parts of Sweeden and Norway, the eastern pari
of Asia, the West Indies, and in the northcri
countries of .South America."
Westkun' Popularity. Our neighbor of th
Watchman is extremely anxious to learn tin
cause of Mr Bragg's ' popularity in the West
With a tender regard for? his health, wc will
out of pure kindness, endeavor to enlighten hit)
and relieve his anxious (and disinterested) Folu
First. Mr Bracr has the reputation of beind
an honest man, politically as well as personally
It is understood that he is conscientious, high
minded, and far above the trickery and dema
goguism of petty politicians, and that he would
not stoop from this position for either oflicc or
the emoluments of office. This is the kiud of
man the western people like. .-
Secondly, Mr Bragg is a man of talents, with
ability to give a reason for the faith that is in
him, plain and republican iu Lis manners, and
consistent in every thing. -
Thirdly, the extreme unpopularity of General
Dockery and his rickety platform, causei the
people to turn to Mr Bragg as a bound and able
man, and one iu whom confidence may be safely
These are a few of the reasons which make
Mr Bragg popular in the west, and which in
duced the western delegation not only to go for
him in a body, but to urge his nomination. We
hope the troubled spirit of our neighbor will be
quieted, and that hw health will escape serious
injury from his overwraught solicitude. If . so,
we shall find our reward iu the consciousness of
having benefitted a fellow creature Salisbury
"We have the pleasure to announce that the
people of Xenoir county have voted for the sub
scription of $50,000 to the Atlantic and North
Carolina Railroad, by a large majority per
haps 250." Goldsboro Telegraph.
It is said that the Adams Jc Co. Express
monopoly have over $800,000 in money uncalled
for at their different offices. Why do they not
advertise the fact, giving the names of the par
ties to whom it is addressed, that the owners or
their heirs may claim what bcloogs to thcrn?
It appears that the PJattsburg people are bui!
iug a railroad from that place to Monfn , . .
a' portion of which was completed. The vu,
panv owninir the railroad from House's P.,,1,1
1 to .Montreal purchased the Montreal end .f ii -
rialtsnurg route, una let t the people of the ; ,, t
ter place in a I. ad fix. The l'latt.lnirg pc.j
owned a steamboat called the Saltus, v I.ici,
they designed lo run in connexion with tl.i :
road this xeaeon. The boat wintered it S!,( ,
burn Bay, aud when the proprietcrs were aioi '
to move h( r, they found that j a1 1 of h r nr. -chiuery
had been stolen. They attempted t,
tow her flown to Plattsburg, but the people (,f
Burlington cut the lines and took her l : !
The following night two old steamers, the Bur
lington and Whitehall, were drawn be-ide il
Saltus and sunk-in such a position tint the i ,1
ter cannot be moved. The Plattsburg jm . ;
were much exasperated. The captain and ou 1,.
ers of the steamer Sararmc were supposed lo K.
concerned in the outrage, and when that 1 . ."
came to their village, 400 persons rushed n
board armed, lashed her wheels, and thn at u
to sink her, arrested her captain and pelted hit
and others with rotten eggs. So the nuillfr
stood at last accounts. Rtrhesler Union.
State Medical Souf.ty. This body net in
Raleigh on the Oth inst., and adjourned o t
Thursday. The annual Address before tl,
Society was delivered by Dr J. D. Jon . , . f
Chapel Hill. We learn that it was characteris
ed by great ability.
Dr. Dickson, of Wilmington, was elccti d
President. Wc also learn that the attciulane..
was large, ODd that more Counties Atre rtpi .
seuted than usual. Standard.