A WEEKLY NEWSPAPEIl-..DcYote(l
to Politics, the Markets, Foreign and Domestic Acws; Literature, ' Agriculture, and .General Iulbrmation TWO DOLLARS IN ADVAXCB.
I5RYAN & YATES, Proprietors.
FA YETTEYILTj 1 T. C. . SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1854.
1V0LUMK XV NO. SOS.
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PIUNTED 15 Y WILLIAM J. YATES.
- JIO ? ) IIT K , B R V A X , Euilor.
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than on( year 'miles'? paid in advance. ',-.'
-With tin; view f ertetnllnjr the circulation and cn
h anting t J ! - ue fulness of the 'paper, the proprietors of
fer thi following remarkably Iww, -t'.tV;
Il.lTJJS. LTARLir.LY A V .1 1)1". 1SVC JZ:
: " copies of the Carolinian, 1 year, 00 :
10 " - --',; 3h5 f) :
Tetters on WwTne'fs cofinrct'yl'tb':tn'd'. firtn 'Tmwst1e
addressed to tho undersigned, and ini ' l jot paid.
RMf of Aelvri'.Wnzt
are of I' lines for lie' ! r-t an!
North i f 1 sivetti
I" avcttevilte and
about twelve hun
to the making of T
on the premises, 0
repair ami how in
tli : necessary oath
Also, another tr
th head waf ers of
i'loce. on which-th
and otiier houses.
On the firVt narnl
fire thousand Tui
All the alove la
plea" call on th
showing the above
fcfTer f.r pale, his LANDS, six rrMcf
ille, and about one mile fr r.n the
ialeigh Tlank I!oad, consi.-tnpr of
red and sixty arrres of la id, Miited
Lrpentine or T'niber. There is alto
rofwl Saw and Cirist Mil!; all in ?od
peration ; also, -a I, veiling, and all
nses. in irond repair.
ict of two hu'idn.'d and fi ft v acres, on
arvers Cr-ek. known us the Torry
re. is a small Farm, a Dwelling House
-Oct. '-'271'.-! 'S5.X-"
" "r " . ; - ,-'"
Sixty eent.i per sn;.
. 1 j!
thirty eents for e;ieh tibe11nent insert. on. umes 111.
s.lv.-"nisenv-;!t is published for more --than two month.
vlion it will be . charged
For thr- inoathF, - - - " 00
: For sir moi.t'i-!. - - " " ') "
For twelve months. - - - - - 10 00
T-i" All ad verii-t'tiients in-.;-t-le hand.'d in by Friday
(1 ndoek. a. ni.. to aio-t: their ..insertion-in the next
dnv's p ip' T. and siiosild have the li sired number of in-M-rthn
marked on tleia. '' orth. ','rw ise -they v.ill bc in-Ht-rt"d
till forbid and cliarg'-d ae-cordinly.
IJiiVAX .t YATK.
FAVK , T!:'lI.I.i-: POST OI'FICF.
K ai ; i .n Mail, ( 2 !i(r.--i roavlt.)
Dai1-- ;.t r,j a. vi. t'ioses daily at ;5; p. m.
Wai'.saw AIa.ii. (4 liorse cor.ch.)
I:kH-. eve.- l't Si'iMhv. st C u'cli.i k. a. in.
daitv. ft 1 p; --Saturd a v. .at prln.
( "::!, :..w Mau., fSuikcy.)
Pi:i' Tiu-mI.. v. Thnrsday nnd S'nt nrd.ay, at 1 V a. m.
Clo'c-- ?uriday,T Teelay. ami Tlnin-day.. v. l;ip, m.
AVi!A!!m;ihn (vj:v Eliznlietliltiwn) SulUev.
lb:'- Sn.idav. V'cdit sday. and ' Fr'd.'V-. P.t 1 v. th.
flo-'s Snnday, Tuesday, einl '1 linr. day. al D p. m.
Sat.km Matt., on Plank" IlotsJ, ;2 liorre l'.nek.
Tuo Sunday. V 1 no- lay and .'Friday, at ? p.m.
Ciosrs Mon.!.,y, Vedneslny' -and Frid'hy, at Z;, p. m.
iai!mi.v ( 11. (via Lmiiherton) St'lkey.
I)o- '1 1: '--d-ay and .Satui'day. nt 10 p. m.
t'lose Wedne.-day abd-Sntnrdiiy, at 'J p. m.
, --Swiff . I. si. and Mail (vi:i Troy).
I)ue Tii s !av at p. m. Closes .Te:.Ts?day at. i) p. m.
Mau, to Stkicki.anj' Dr.ror.
Iue Teelay at 2 p. in. Closes Tnerday at 2 p. in.
AIaii. th K:.iZABKn;TwN; (via. Tt.-rclihtth.)
Pit- Wednesday at 7 p.m. CtoMs'.Mond:y at 0 p, m.
.i. n mi vax, T. m.
The subscriber -or.cap
it ion. ami
oil. rs for sale his
1 !e- Lot c..ntait.s
adapted to the p1.::
family. to live in
having been eii--n
: ..4 (1 " . I
f i-;u ai . ii:s yi ;.''
MMMM 1. III! 111." 1,1 liFI
as tliis dof-s; Tli
The ( 'o'le-e i- in
nnniuerin' 1 n .-tint
e l for inbdliireina
For furl her in f
Floral 'd!eire. X.
A-U'M!t 12. .
ili'rS K)" .S;V,'1' 1)V
Nov 12. 1 .'.'
Tiin-way fro?n t
and 1 ( m j . a :m
hi'll. We; . its abo;
11 year- - o-feet :
r s. 1 ii-'V - r-' iiii
berlaad coitiVv. am
i 11 .ie!ii. -t on ( 'oiT.ll t
iiar.dr-d I'-dbo-- f
Jii'e.siiin aiid d'di'e
r loral L ollee.
iiises and Lot at
tie acre 01 land: ttie In.iluinus are
mffi'ii Store, jt.tKi suitable for a
j The location is healthy and the
ho siibsci-'ber can safely say. alter '
eo. in Hi" Arei cant it' husn-.'ss in ;
tnat "w 11 Hiiv location otV"ts sncli i
- . , -i i .,1 1, ...-k.. .... ...... 1. . ..
se Av,: ini'. r 10 1 mi a i k in tin' onsiness ; i' itin noi:c in tiu
tountrv aro'ind isthieklv io'tdatcd. 1 t'onntrv wrodiice of ali kinds taken in exchange for
i lionrishi!'' conditio. 1. at Tuvsetit .' Coo, Is.
cnts.uMd the neople are di.tin:msli- aiij;. it, is.i.
and im rnlitv. !- " -
jr. 4- 7;. j. j.ill v
, .i'i"ni!'in ;n aa
the?i'T. . V a.Td'i iol
bo oaM i'iii1 tie' eoi
t !i" abo t,v Niroes
Fair IhiflV Co'mn
F.V (JEO. L.i:i)F.IL
XtarWoi.nos'te to I'. AV, Willkins' Auction Store
- if i bi- ra-e:it!y . 'pjii-cha-ed . tie a!oye estabiishm'-r.l
from M if-o-a K'-tlv.. 'K... 1 am nw prepared to ei.,ter-
tain in a coa;" f ib!- m.inii"r tm.e who may jj.ve
e.'l ilaviii"- amid- stab:-"-!.--d ' ho-tt-Ts ami a
...-4tt..ii t i aen-no ';)". t tl ll-t I shall be a
Kiv yntire'satif faction to those who limy favor n:e w
I '.i. ' r n : .. 1 .re.
- - i
I'l-eetuber '., 1S";.T.
IL ('. MaLKAN.
Atlofirj- nt ft" 'v,
I 'il v l v i I O-, Xm
( at the corner of liow
ei v :;. is.M.
and Crecn streets.
k. ;i. .inn uiso-,
Coiiimiist. ami I'm ivav mitt cirhauf,
WlI.'tINd 1'iiN', X. C
.Tn-.i nrv 7. l'S." I y
Th" Fav-'ii-i-,vill I'"' House-will b
the delivery of Ic. froin ." to 7-o-lock.
in-iicinu: Moniay. 17th iiii.
T'ck- i-i for Ice are now ready --for sale at the store ol
W. W'illiaru-; .v o. No lee will ! delivered ey-
o tickets. a-! it is iot liin-aded to Keep any ae-
", li-Mi c.illed oa 10 deliver tc oins -ie 01 !i,e
iiied above, double the; i-- r-tlar vrtoe will I c
tr ends and tie- o il
Yr i ir h t bt i -: 1 ; "s - a 1
rranu ii"-. and ereci 1
011s principles, e't
chinery. lie ret':
liberal jiptrii-.m.re h
bv strh't at. ?nt ori t:
ti-t;a'i ion. : to me)
Halt, rs himself that
any other nvac.hiui
--Oils 110 want wor
well i ( I' e him a
woi s'lii"! ;a u.s en;
je.b.-'-at.th .' .si-frte--t
; l.-.i'-. s prie.'iptly a
Vl tl-'SS til" Sd'.'SC
-X'ovember' 1 !'- 1
o 'rience. lias ior s
l---s'ihri f a m To bp
of a suitable i arns
1 T eh'S i! ns.e.d
b-'pait. that 'lustre
I ' i s tliiti -It tf '" a
1 1 11
10" -ui" msi tweive
li " ta-k of propar'
'ions, and lia- at 1
may be tested
over all o"iim.
Lauder's 7 larbb
with an excellent
Nov :. i
ch I '-iTe 1.
-.. i-t. - ss-tf ' T ;
'am uit't irt it vi
ived our usual stock
AVe h t " 1'eeoived our usual stock o . 1- , U M I .n 1 1
nii'LKdL'XTS. such as I'louuin. Harrow-. Cultivators".
Aa-. Ac. V J- A T. WAHDILL.
A new 2 horse Waejon, complete, for sale.
Mnr. ii IS. 18., i ' J. A T.AV.
Jamks T. Siuni.: : AIii.ks Costin.
JAMKS C SMITH & CO.,
( 'cht '' )i .1 l'yrh" nf.
Have remoyoiV their oniee to the seeond story of the
'build" formerly "ecu pied ly the'TcIcjrraprt Company,
.w.her- t'.p-y ;u-e p;-epared to attend to all business in the
Comm'-i-don 1; up.
All b is-ves-" entrusted to them will be punctual ly
Vi!inbt;4tia. .Ia::"y IL lS.'.L 70-ly
s-jr. P i:vaiid.
On th- 1st day of ;! uiuary. In.,:;. I Idred a P.oy named
KobeH to '"Vi A. Williams. L-q.: some time in Feb'y
following In- left Mr Williams. ;.p: xtv reason to !e
Fteve was lurking! 11 t!i" Xeigubovi.Mo p of Fay-'-tteville.
lint now I believe he his V"e:i rkidnapp" I or decoyed
by soul" villain. Said lloy is oP black complexion, is
between 1" an I 1 i y airs old. quite aa'aetive Aood loidv-
iin lilt 10 jpibnv
t lie. 1 will 4i v
; PAIil STOCK,
ST A Till
T. AY V. TTiMf n r p v r
now in .Store a IjAKUU Jsiuvavv m-M: '
. I j) r y a o o n s, t
Ilatv Ca;-s, Poots. Shoos, Silk ntnl Straw
P.unet.s, Umbrellas, and Ready-made a
Which will lie sold to WHOLESALE BUYERS,
The attention of Merchants is particularly invited to.
there i cut ab-mt twenty-i this Stock. Orders solicited and satisfaction guar-
nt.in'e Uoxcs, from two to four years , antieiL
ds vll be srrhl on (lie most aceoin-
I'evsons wi!i"ii'r to purchase, will
ubseriber. who will t ike pleasure in
Y.'.M. IL BOLTON.
v - -, . --- t.-tr -
J. AI. WILLIAMS.
ishinir to eiirrncre in a more retired
conuehial to l is ft liiiys,
i AN D W G O OD S.
H-Th c! u ndersi rt ed a c
Street, formerly- occrpi
west of Cook V J'ohnsoii. where they are receiving u
lare and comjilete
STOCK OF GOODS
to th" subscriber at i
JtlltV Me I " VIS! 1
Yarns and Sheet- i
?,iE ?GuAKO Trade. Ye learn from the
Washington Sentinel that towards the close of
the let session of Confrere, the special com
raitte? of the House of Representatives, to which
wn?rrcd the memorial of two thousand
citiz of Delaware, praying: the government of
thcVyited States to effect some arrangements
dthTu, Ly which, for n just and proper
cq.Uiyylent, the Peruian povernment will either
the United States one of her piano
or, by removing the existing restrictions
wji?)ji vim erica n vessels engaged in the gnano
trcrib', Aiilaee the trade in that r.rticle upon a
vc Tended to 1 lie Storeo Hay fnd libxrnl ;Us made art nll rejnort
t.ied bv ?.L JlcKiniH.n, one dowlon Jhe Fnbct.which is interesting toevery tiUer
Ul l-IIC SJili
Three successive administrations have made
efforts to induce Peru to enter into more liberal
! commercial treaties with the government of the
United States; but such efforts, strong as they
were, have been unsuccessful. -With . know
ledge ofthr.se facts, and the reasons that have
conduced them, the committee feel authorized
to recommend that the President of the United
States again invite the Peruvian government to
treat, with the specific right to our merchants
to purchase gunno, like other products of Peru,
upon her own soil, and upon the terms of the
most favored nation. They also reported a bill
imposing impost duties on a sliding scale, upon
the ( -Iiincha island guano.
in the'r line, comprising..-.
G It O C li K I E S of all kinds,
iiAumvAin;, cutlfuv. iiollow-'.vare.
Placksmiths", Coopers' and Turpentine TOOLS. &c.
Th y vill sell Oood as cheap and on as favorable
G. W. I. GOLDSTOX CO.
Intrreftln SLrtrhcn or Qlch Km.
1" BY V1XCKNT NOl.TK.
Jsohlicrs who hat! fought in the American ;n
I i no inner were clueilv
Xnr Orleans i lH0C lrWw th, i; i 't of thrm du d in the curse of
litmnirt. Tlw great part of the tl.cti existing W,t!'"t n.iiv,r'" Micceeded in coim-i
tin- i - .
pojutlation was of French orig'm. In the cil v lrol,('rt)' "" money; !;ut the relative; ;n
itself the French iiuinbercd nt least threc-lifths of ; :1,s t,K'-v ,e,t lH',,il"1 them in (iermany .lid i .
the inhabitants; one other fifth was of Spanish j f"r-'t ,,M"se ,iu, '"''"itances. Upon the
race, end another Americans, among whom were i,s'11 1' a v,s,t ,nat,c '' Apt"r U) Uvul 11 1
some Germans. The city numbered about 1 m i'tir .years, most of the parties lit r. f. n-
in, us iiineriiing tue uiioiineius oi me iu ;-,-,
German soldier, ami residing in lleih!!e ;
i-nitetl and made our friend their legally nuthc
1 o,000 soul., of whom one-third w ere people
of color and slaves. The .mercantile clu ss was
made ui of four or (in, i.v '..!. ..4...bt:-!. ,.,...
springing from the neighborhood of the Garonne, WlMl " lor,.v ' t!nc.r1, lo4 rian,e ' ,,,n' 'n'u
and founded ' iluring "the continuance of the
rrench rule; three Scotch counting-houses, one
Germnu concern, and eight or ten coinmissioii
hou.ses, lately opened by young American mer
chants from Xcw York, Philatlelpliia and IJalti
tnore. The traces of this class, who carried on
the early business of New pr)eans under tlie
new regime, are now limited to the sugar-planter
Shepherd, who is still living, and now -very
I ossible, from their hitherto useless a en
the hoped-for increase of the value of th!
pcrtv was, on the whole, rather slow in f
and the heirs wanted money, money, jtii
ready money. Astor having been npplitil
on this score, told them that, in order to e
ready money, theynust nc-kon.up the r -a! j
sent value of the cash ilcW, and not .in i
jagined value of the land, and that oulv tlnVn ,
iv irm i i. i' iiu n iiui in inc. aim nun -mm . . . . .. .
weallhv, and to the still more opulent Mr V. I ? sacnHce could they get
M. Mo.itgomerv, lbrmerlv wholesale grocer, f,7tl,e 1U- "y H-e imrtn s ;a!
and t ow the owner of a large oortiou of the ',lh. vnvh u ,,t r' ,h1, "lall', Ati UZ nV '' v'
) HKIVAI!!). j
e - ubseriber. ld Xe":ro mini. .TOIIX f
s av'oi;t 2t; yars old. (I feet I inch
!'.-.! '.!'. II, .. Tobev aired bout ;
icl'es h'li'h. siout. and weitrhs 17."
;ht from c'r m' s SurVs, ofCiim
will in-obabiy In lurking in that
ipv n-o.s a wii" at .'lr -Miciiaru Jini s.
Fifty Dollars for either, or one
bf-ili. will bp paid for their nppre-
v to tii" sab priiK r. ui- for their con-
in the Stat". .- M.a he can ret
il sum (li'Oi:" llundretl Dollars -will
iciion ol anv piT-ou ot narliorinir
TOIIX COLE V.;
Co. X. . Oct. t;:btf
Are now opening- their usual supply of
1)11 V GOODS,
HATS, P.OXNETS, LrM Hit ELLAS,
Adapted to the approaching season.'
Also, expected in a few days about
200 C.7 .?. of Bvots and 'Shoes,
well assort" ,1. All of which will be offered on rea?on
able t; rms. jctushul y ui trhohsale. Country iner
c'aa.Eits and others buying by the piece, are invited to
call am! examine their stock.
August i:;h. ir,: t. - 807-ct
P. S. Such -f their customers as are over G -months
in 'arrears, are respect t'uUy requested to call and set
tle at their earliest convenience.
;v;ir rnui a xd ni:w goods.
PEAT1CE k FERGUSON.
Are now receiving their Fail and Winter Stock of
j) n v noons.
Hats, Chips, lionnets,. Umbrellas, Parasols,
Uoots, and Shoes, tc. fcc.
With an extensive assortment of J?er.dy-ni:Mle Clothing.
All of Aviiieh thev offer to THirchasers at low nriees
. . - .
Fragments of the City of Glasgow Discovered.
Roston, August 10, 1854. Captain Ta)lor,
of the Rritish bark IJriton's Pride, arrived at
this port this morning, reports. August 1 2th,
in lat. 41 (, Ion. Oo, passed a chest painted
green, and lettered "(3. R., City of Glasgow,"
in a gilt ornamental wreath, and in a few min
utes afterwards passed a head board, about
twelve feet long, with letters on it, but could
not make them out. These were doubtless rem
nants of the ill fated steamship City of Glasgow.
I Erni.E RrnsiN;. We are informed upon
good authority, says the New York Journal of
Commerce, that a short time since a number of
Protestant Ribles were sent to Cumminsvilie to
be. distributed among those families who were
not able to pay for them. The Ribles were
gatl'.ered together and piled up in the road and
destroyed by fire, by a parcel of Irishmen. The
remains of some of the burnt Ribles can be seen
at the Rible Society's rooms. Is it possible
experience, and by strict attention to ! Knb on nntpn bnc I.oon -otntnit ti-d in llii sum
1..,.;,, ....... !... i i. i: " rs-
and upon accommodating terms.
r t oni Ion ;
Fa vettevil'.e. Are. 1"
J. 15. FKIKJCSON.
liie !!: ir' tnoii oi ii!h)rmi;ig !ii
e that ,',e r-1 il I eoniinees in the. Mill
1 all its' branches, x'.y.: foundering.
g Wat -r Steam Mills upon yari
r v. it!: s'?;i)b- t r compl'cated ma-
is Ids thanks b the pid-lic for. the
has received! heretofore, ned hoes
busiiie and by -5 vdng general
a eoiiti. 'iaiH id' t'ne same. He
lis work ill c-"uiee with that of
for sp. ed and iu'-ability. All )r- j
K done in the above line Would do I
all. -as be lvas several eom,etent T he Magistrates ot Cumberland County ore reqnest-
lov. and is nrev.ared to ex cute all i nu'' t ut t onrt House in 1 ayettevilie on
itiee and on erv rononatde terms. . 1 uesday oi Septeni! er Court, at 12 o clock, for the
nded to. For further itifbridal ion tia;4-.;ctio'n e! public bit-im ss;
. r at Johnstown. .Moore county, j HKXJ. ROHIXSOX, Ch'n.
1). 15. JOIiXSOX." 1 A'.iir. u. is." !. S07-tC
y-'ivd. 1 " ' " " " -
" ----- ! GATES' HOTEL, WARSAW, N. C.
pi-? nns v m iixiMi. . .
Aoiti't to tin-
n prnctieel I;o;f -maker of" some cx-
On the first consignment of Seidlitz powders
to the capital of Delhi, the monarch was deeply
interested in the accounts of the refreshing box.
A boxwas brought to the king in full court,
and thT Interpreter explained to his majesty
how it should be used. Into a goblet he put
the twelve blue papers, and, having added water
the king drank it off. This was the alkali, and
the royal countenance expressed no sign of
satisfaction. It was then explained that in the
combination of the two powders lay the luxury;
ami the twelve white nowders were uuicklv
ie 'une la-en i;i-.' oe- ttail lin-ie is a ... ,. , ' i :... .,..1 ;,. ,...,.,. ,.,,.1 .-.. 1 I
liH.-pU',ii.:i'l loiinei iiiiii u iiii :nu- i iu.-.-Ui Hi ii iumi, tuni tuni, cninvtiv.
ae.ee of the sain-. 1 le assures ti.ose w l:o may jiatronize i bv his majest V, with a shriek that will be 1C
him that no pains wiil i. .areu t. make them cam- j II1clui,cmi wf,ile Delhi is numbered with the
loriable. I!:s hou -e is equal to anv on the W ilnue.g-; , , . ,
ton ari! Ifaieigh K'ailroad. kingdoms; the monarch rose, staggered, ex-
lb, also keeps a Livery Stable, with good hac ks and j ploded, and in his full agonies, screamed 'hold
horses, for the accommodation of passengers from War- j me down.' Then rushing from the throne feil
saw., to Fayeiteville. or to any other piace m the State ,,r0strate on the floor. There he lav, during
that thev-mav wih to be curried. i, , i r . . f , i ,
p. j nnr the long-continued eilervescence ot the com-
Warsaw. Awi. 1. ls." t tf
1, suplied to !- " puliiie in the way
f . . -: i If - 1' il. .
i lor iioois a co ; noes. j is m ih
oner miure in" icaoier or i i;i i
o necessary to give to man
p"r lini-h. He l as tiiert lore, dur-
imu.i.is. i.' -en oeiutng iiunseii in
Tiavollnj; ojiumiiiI( y.
The sub-eribpr bp;rs leave to return his thanks to
from these objec-
ngt!: after me eh inee-'igation and
ie. jeed.e.l. 'j". v"--U i t is " (i ill'
d! at M. Faulk"- shop opposite Mr
tors. Ilay.-treet. and be suj plied
ta-ie at a cheap rat".
THOMAS G I'LL.
i J'umps ; ,-heet la'ad and Lead
C. W. AXDHFWS,
Market Square. j
Staff of Xnrtli Carr.liiiaCiiniixrln.nl Connty
Sit2i'i.!' Court f Jjfur
Cook Johnson vs.
' I ring Term, Ici.
pound, spurting like ten thousand pennyworths
of imperial pop, and believing himself in the
agonies of death, a melancholy and humiliating
proof that kings are mortal.
FiirTFr.iNC 'Evr. "Did I ever tell you how
near I came to losing my election as Senator?"
said the Squire.
"No, 1 b'lieve not."
"Well, it was altogether owing to Watercm
Tllese lill ai
moil ni)fi iii
J .';j '(':. f'i't'.i at, (I t
. imir-.r,-. Si . i'
."US if Aw' He, O.i;.,
." ring tliis?.
- An H r't-uiiu Mcili
RTori'.in-j- t the ti
cusos el" IHlex, pft
tln, rt'st it re til
nnit a1 iia Anti-J'iii
t'rieft'25 cents jrr tm
ouirily V'iretHJl;. niol arc ft
pl iliflne in tin' ciire of rill JJiJiotK Com-
li r. ' . i j.v(.r, t'nf! ( c.'.. t r ('iiirplixitit,
..-. Si-,-i,i'.;1, i. ,s. h'l.rina. J-'. versof aH kinds,
rw'.c ut.il painful Mrttstruofujn, a.,i all lin-
V. L. Leget.
Atlaehinent and levy made and conditional judgment
It appearing to Cue satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant. W. L. Leget. resides beyond the limits of
this State; it is therefore ordered by She Court that
publication be made in the Xorth Carolinian for six
iii.i.l.v: fur Ih" S:dd W I I.p"et 1 0 be :!lill :lli!H'ap -if
the next Superior Court 'to be held for the county of! not having a suflicient supply of liquor on hand
(;uini)vulaii i. at the Court House in Fayet teviiie. on You see the main strength of our party lies in
the seventh Monday aft.-r tl.v b.unh Monday in Sej,- , j f tj CountV 'specially among
te-aiif-r. Js.iC :i;nl jnead or rt plevy, or tiieeondiiional I . ' 1 . , u ;
i;,l,,,;it will be made absolute, and the land levied i thc l'tauts of the swamp, as it i. failed.
' So you see, about two Ways before t lie election,
aid Court at! I sends Sam ui among the Swamr-crs with five
gallons of the real hardware tremendous stuff
- knock a horse down the last Wc.terem had
on hand. About four hours back came Sam,
1 horse in perspiration, himself in fright, and
: on condemned to tie- jdaintin "s rse.
' Witness. Jes-e T. Warden. Clerk of 01
I OHice in .'Fayeiteville. the seventh" Monday after the
fourth Monday in' March, 1n"1. and Ijqh year of Aiaer
Iea.ii 1 iid( jieiaieiice.
.s c-i.t JFSSE T. WARDEN.
,,H.,; U,,T ?rv;V ,U othc ws of S,.rth C;uHna..MntSo,aory Couat j . ! Vtf,PVtl,iitr iudicatitltr nil Ul.tOWurd State of
Court t J'fis vd mirier Sessions July p. flairs
r?r.',7l.or r lm-tlifs l' il
f blood, rniinlizc tlie rlrcu1a
e Livor, Krd iievn. ami other Se-
, to n lienltliy tone xiul action :
as taun.v -utMKiae tliey have uo equal.
a S ; wi 1 1 s 3 mt bi wit Til
el no Uauor pan teb a ve.-v oi tnsiole
fUe'.alfve reward for ms "deliverv to
or i-o ;i,ie. n"ut in any Jail.' so t'aat 1 .-t
a'.Vin. or i'f'O if at rcte I tint of th
March II. l-"t
State so that I ... f
JAS. FA'AXS. Cuardian.
will deliver to
KTV DOLI.AItS UKWAau;
reward will be given io anv person who
A remedy fnr Cmtyht pM.'. Catarrh, Brmrliitis, Crmp, ir7toopinj
- Cttifilt. Attftnut, Co isumptioi. Vrrota Pifw.i. Dyspepsia. Cos
tifmss, Jirtsw7,i. Disen. of the Ifrart. Inflammation and Iiin
j' the Chest, JSicK ilmi Siiif. atal all disease arising from, a de-r.Tn'7-?
state, "f On Stamaeh. and to rttiere the distress and had,
fetlinp rorn rating t hearty fi-x.1, in w-'ak and dirpeitic lialiis.
WAEEANTE3 TO BE PURELY VEGETABLE.
There Piils act :i an T'xj,cforant. Tt ni. and Aperient. One
2" rer.t box iios.ce- thre tim.'s morf power to cure diseses
thrrn a one M!r " tie of finy of the Syrups. Knlfamf, or Sarsn
prili;t., that wero e er niado : and a simple trial of only one lx
will prove ttiis in;p taut tr;ith.
Tiiev Drmnol e Kxpeftoraflnn, I-oosrii the
Plilcgrm Clear Ijiims hi1 ollif r Secre
tory Orran, of nil rnorbirt matter, and there,
not another renn-uJ in tl.e whole Materia Medira riiTrIe of
jrv. r.rorrt:es t the l.i'ns-s nnd !tal Or-
rTliev Cure Cost t venrt. produce
n. gort, regnb-Jr Appetite, ami Strengthen the
ox. eontnininc -n v?c of 3IeIi'ine.
i who sell the- fill--, and fret -the rianter't
; Mary -Stewart, widow of 'Evcritt. Stewart, vs. Jowit
anddvindrefl Stewart. Colon Crowd 1 and 'wife Lucin
i da. and lienton Smith and wife Sarah Ann.
Petition for Power.
In this cac it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that Colson Ciowell and wife I.uciada, are non-re-d
dents of this State, it is ordered by the Court that
publication be made in the Xorth Carolinian for wix
sttecssiye weeks, for Colson Crowell and wife Lucinda
to lo and appear at our next Court of I'leas and Quar
ter Session, to be held in and for the county of Mont
gomery, at the Court House in the town of Troy, on
the first- Monday in October next, to plead, answer or
demur to the said petition, or the same will he taken
pro eonfesso and heard e.xpai te as to them.
Witness. John .McLennan. Clerk. of our said Court at
o.efiee iu Trov. on the tirst Monday in Jul v. A. P. 1854.
1 riee 'Zi cent's per
an on A -en
m ntv ne
Um woman .ANNA.- who ab-
Almayfte o:ir9. rriviii; full vrtieafnrs and certificates of curs.
. . I -l 11. K ' .... 1 . A ' . .. 1
seon'tC'l aJaMU ine iii.i oi .yiiu'iii'i'-r i.i-i. or :or iter
coiuilement in any jail in this State soth vt 1 can p t
;j,,.r a".iiii.: Said n.'gro is o.t'hnht mnlat'o conndex
don. sieaics cl-arly and more- properly than ' negroe-
u-iiallv do. a id is rather below the medhim size.
ft is" supposed that she is hirhhig about the vicinity
of Favetteville. aided by tlie celebrated Simon Hfue of
'.liarboring notorietyT She may .'attempt to pass a.-jv
free person among the mimovore free mulattoes abeuit
- alex. McMillan.
Dund iToch. Kolteson county ) -
April 2ii. l.b " 01-tl ;
IJIMCK MA SOX AXD rLASTHKEP..
I'ayctteville, IV. C.
Persons wantine; work done in his line will tw
promptly attended to by addressing him at-the Fayette
ville I'o-t Oitiee. ; ,
Favetteville. Jau"y 2S. l.i ly-p.1 .
Bath ki.id.j of the
ktive-nann.-l I'ilN ar tor a!e in
Everv rTttWIl nhl yillir In -V ni th nlld Soilth
y SAM E J. lilXSIbVEi: and J. X.
In Favpti-viile 1
Jane 17, is.,4
2Youn-' and well-broke MULES
February 4, 1851.
W. P. MALLGTT.
79 tf - '
F AYE 1
Sepfender IS. 1
All persons ind
aceoui-it will sa e
15th of Septembe
Julv If. 185 1
JOIIX McLEXXAX. C. C. C.
bted to the midersn,,-. hv noe
cost by settling the same b'efore tl e
next, as louder iiuialgpnee will not
JOIIX P. McXEILL.
. Slate of JVortli Carolina Montgomery County.
Court of 7cas cud Quarter Sessions July
' : ' Term, 1 854.
Thomas WilFams and wife Martha vs. Pcbbv Povd.
' Pav id A. lb.y.1, Wi'sou W. Poyd, Pcnj. S. IVeyd. Locky
1). Jieyd, Calvin II. Uoyd. anil Ann Boyd.
Petition for reprobate of a Will.
In this cti.-e it apjearing to the satisfaction of the
Co.irt that Wilson V . J.'oyd, one of the heirs at lav,- of
j Robert P. Poyd. deceased, is a non-resident of this
j state, it i rd"ri by the Court that publication In
j made in the Xorth Carolinian, a newspaper published
) in the town of Favetteville, for six successive weeks.
for him to be and appear at our next Court of Pleas
I and Quarter Session to be held in and for tie comity
j of Mougoui'M v, at the Court IIouein the town of Troy,
1 on the 'lst kiifhjy in October, A. P. 154. to plead,
answer or '1-imir to said petition, or the same will be
I taken nro eonfesso and heard exparte af to him.
I ' t . . . . . Ol T . ' 1 i 4. .4
Witness. Jolri .AtCUennau. vieriv ui mil t.u.u voun m
office, the ;iit Monday in July. A. !8.L
M)T.;tl JOIIX McLEXXAX, Cle
KIVC Hl'XbllED THOrSASD POUXDS
COTTON AND LINfiX RAGS WANTED.
The stdr.rib'erl will.'..' pay the hi-hest market price
lor anr quantity oi ciean uiu-a ano ( uton jfas
PAY ID MURI'llY.
March 4. 1854 tf
POTASH Z !
White Potash just received and for sale by
J. X. SMITH.
Aug 10. 1854 2t
Will be made to the next Legislature of Xorth Carolina
to obtain a Charter for a Pank. to h called the Pine
Tree Bank of North Carolina, to be located at Luni-berton.
"What's the matter Sam?" said I.
"Matter?' said he, "mutter enough you
have outraged the feelings of the virtuous
Swampers: they swear that any man who ex
pects to go to the Senate for three years, and
can't afford ten gallons of whiskey, is too intuii
for the post they won't vote for him."
"Matters looked squally enough. Only o:ie
storekeeper within a day's ride and he a democrat.
Of course he wouid'nt sell any liquor to me so
44 What did you do?"
"Called a council of war immediately Law
yer Koss and several more. Uoss proposed a
letter of apology to the disaffected.' Rejected
wouldn't do without the whiskey. Cale Al
right was the fellow to help us out, always full
of expedients. He proposed to water the liquor
up to the right quantity. We did so, but on
trying it found it i.iiich too weak lor our friends.
Such stuff wouldn't go down with them. Cale
asked if we hai:d any other spirits; handed him
a!)out a gallon of gin; iu it went, tasted it, not
strong enough. Found about a quart of rum
poured it in. Sam tried it, "too weak," said
he. We were at our wit's end. "lied pepper,'
said Cale. It was brought, in went a .pound,,
he stirred it up. "Cunital," said he. We tried
it and nearly blistered our throatsC4.t.w6'uld.
have killed rats. Sam took it up the next day,
explaining that it was all owing to the scarci
ty of liquor in the neighborhood, that a fresh
supply of the best "Old Mongahale" had'been
obtained, and invited a trial ot its merits. They
were molified pronounced it the "rale staff,"
and I became Seuator by a majority of 200
Laborers Wanted. There is a great de
mand here for laborers. Almost any number
could obtain employment at fair reiuuueratiug
wages. Men out of work in the adjoining
counties would do well to come to Salisbury.
northwestern section' of the State, who lives
partly at Xew York and partly ' at '-Paris.
Shepherd, v liom I .have just named, who was
but two-and-twenty when he came Ironi Haiti
more to New Orleans, was accompanied thither
by a young American from the same place, who
could not have been 'more than a few years
older than himself. .The latter brought some
six or eight thousand dollars with him, ami af
ter, for a considerable time, exploring till sorts
of uncultivated lauds lying along the Mississippi,
made a choice and purchased. This young man
was John McDonough, who made such toii
stant parade of the lands he had bought, so well
understood the game of making fictitious sales
to his friend Shepherd at very high rates, and
through him to others at still higher prices, and
pursued this system, observing, at the same
time, great frugality at home, so long and so
skilfully, that at length real purchasers fell into
his net'and made themselves part and pan el of
it. McDonough talked very little, ami seldom
mixed in jreneral conversation, especially with
ladies, whose society he avoided as much as
possible. When he did open his lips, all that
fell from them was praise of certain lands he
had just purchased,"' and this theme was inex
haustible. It was not in Louisiana alone that
he carried on this system, but also iu neighbor
ing' States, and he continued it for more than
forty years. He passed his parc time in look
ing utter the education of some children in the
neighborhood of his homely residence on an
estate, or, ns they fall it in the South, n planta
tion, belonging to him. lie also occupied him
self with the amateur study of medicine. Me
Donougii died in October, IS"1, and, upon tht
opening of his will it was discovered, that at
the time of his death he 'owned four-fifths of all
the uncultivated lands in the State of Louisiana,
and 'at ntatir tract of-territory in other States,
to. the very considerable amount of fifteen mil
lions of dollars. During the lapse of some thirty-four
years I saw him very frequently, the
last time in 183.), and knew but one relateou ol
his, a brother,. who was a pilot and died early.
if J am not mistaken, of the yellow fever. .-'McDonough
himself died without heirs, either
director collateral, and has made over his
whole property to the cities of Baltimore
ami New Orleans to be expended in the
establishment of public schools. Hcsides this
general direction, there tire a number of codi
cil and bequests of very curious nature append
ed to his will. One of he oldest of these is
the bequest made to Leon (JoIan, in Paris.
This well known writer some years ago publish
ed a romance calhd the "Medecin du Pecq,"
which iu every point of view, but esp'-cially by
some very peculiar ami profound psychological
studies, attracted the greatest notice through
out France. The editor of the Courier des Ktats
Unis republished it . in the fetiilcton of that widely-circulated
paper, audit thus fell into the
hands of Mr .McDonough, who read it at home
in his solitary hours, and was so charmed with
soma' of the author's observations on world and
men, that he made him his heir to the amount
of ten thousand : dollars. This sum was lately
handed overdo Mr (.ozlan by Mr Hives, th:
late American Auibassadorat Pris, in a check
on the house of Alireeht & Co., iu Havre.
JOIIX JACOI! ASTOIL
The argument which Parish hail made use
of with Mr (iallatin, for the purpose of procur
ing permission fo send out ships in ballast,
to bring back sums of money from abroad that
were due in the United - States, had found
favor iri the eyes of a man who had distin
guished himself from the 'mass '.of (ierman
emigrants by his important successes, his specu
lative spirit and his great wealth, and had won
a certain celebrity. This man was .John Jacob
Astor, the founder of the American colony of
Astoria, on the northern const of the Pacific
ocean, which has been so graphically ami pic
turesquely described by the pen of Washington
Irving. Astor was born tit Heidelberg,' where
the original name of his family is said to have
been Aschthor, and had come to New-York as
a furrier's apprentice. His first savings, that is
to sr.y, the wages he got iu the pelny ware
houses,, for beating (ut ami preparing bear, doe,
and other skins, he invested in the purchase of
all kinds of peltry, bear, mink ami rabbit '."kins,
which he got from the Indians, who at that
time wandered about the streets of New York;
and so soon as he had collected a certain quan
tity, he sent them to .-Europe, particularly to
the Leipsic fair. There he - traded them off for
Nuremberg wares, cheap knives, gh:ss beads
and otiier articles adapted to the traffic with
the Indians on the Canadian frontiers, and took
them himself to the latter points, where he
again exchanged them for furs of various kinds.
As lie has often told me, from his own lips, he
carried on this tratiic untiringly for twelve long
years, going in person, alternately to the Cana
dian frontiers, and then to the Leipsic fair, and
lived all, the while, as he had ever been accus
tomed todo, humbly and sparingly. At length
he had inanaged to bring together a eoesidcra
ble -capital, and gradually became a freighter
of ships and fitted out expeditions to the north
west coast, to trade with the Indians of Nootka
Sound for furs. Another circumstance con
tributed to the increase of his means. At the
peace concluded in 1783, between England and
her revolted provinces, the thirteen V. States,
many acres of land in the state of iork,
some even in the neighborhood of New-lork
citv, were voted by Congress to the .German
eiujMory oiuers io sen, wmmtit inruier m i. .
Unknown speculators were found; the pun ' , ,.
wen small, but the heirs oot what tiny u anh :
money. At the present day, many of I -.
pieces of ground arc among the most uln .'
and most important in the city, and hae .r;-,'.
ually passed through AMor into other hum! -;
the unknown speculators, however, have 1 '.!. .
from the memory of everybody.
Astor, at the moment ol the embargo, w::- ',
the posM'Ssion of several millions, so that !
was able to give his son William 11. A .'tor, !
was educated tit (Jottingen, the magnilici .
hotel on Ilrouthvny called the "Astor II"'. ,
which cost the sum of $MH),t)()0.
The permission procured by the : h
send out ships in ballast, to bring hune . ih
had given Astor the idea thi't the -nine j
lege might lie extended to vessels despatch' ',
for the purpose of bringing home the amuui."
of debts due abroad, in goods. With this p
he went to Washington, ami there, linth r !!
pretence that he had tin important depot i t.
at Canton, obtained the desired ponni.-shm i
send a vessel thither iu ballast. This . -t. j .
however, was only the forerunner of abnt!.. ,
one. Astor, in reality, owned no depot of t ;
at (-anion, and hence it simply came to tin ,
that he would, according to the umiuI u-t i .
send money thitherto purchase the ;uti le.
The exceptional faror of sending liooii' , '.
ballast to Vera Cruz, which Pari.-h had up!"
this time enjoyed, but which was now pradu.ili;
extended to other vessels, wIiom: i -t'.i.a-..' i
was not to bring back gold and silver aim--.
but goods on American account, nth'-ii nt ! -showed
that. under certain cireiimstacee-, !
was no indisposition to grant free exit to S j
iu ballast for a particular object. Ami i
arose another point, namely, whether i mp.
vessels, which, however, had .silver on h" ism,
could be regarded as in bnlusf. The pn 1
uivtuls are, in most countries, not JooLe.J t ie. .
as wares, although in some thev are m v;i- it ' ¬
ll was not exactly advisable to bring . , :;
liscussion of the question, whether the -p
tatiou of silver iu otherwise unladen
should depend upon it or not. The niici v v. a
whether a foreign creditor, who had .!;,!,.
collect the moneys owed him bv Aim !::
mereha nts, would be permitted to take the (hi V
really thus received back with him. In U a
ington there appeared to be everv dip-, t
to allow this. Now it whs well known, in lh
Northern ports of the United Stales, d,,.
catling natixe merchants of Canton had m-M,
icsitatcdto accord their regular corrc.-nonib nt .
returning year out and year in from the I'liiii
States, certain credits which amounted t .i
siderable sum. Upon this Astor ba-.l j
plan. He hunted uj, among the Chinese Ui
ors, or liasears, on Ihe ships lately arrivin:- Ii t
China, a fellow suited to his pm j.m-.-, w i - ,
him si.-a Mandarin, end took him with him -
Washington, where he had to play the put
the Chinese creditor, under ti e name of Hot ;
Qua, or Kiua-Ilolu. No one dreamed o! C
M-cting the Mandarin's identity, m.d A-it
pushed his scheme safely through. The sjun
000 he sent to Canton were cxpemh-d tlen i
tea and other Chim s ait'elts, ami withm:
year nllerwards returned in that
Astor's hands, ami were used by him
lent sicconiit. A stroke of skill
achieved, whose morality no one in
States doubted for a moment.
Astor has left a fortune of about
chielly to his only son. His miml
santlv busied with the increase of hi
and had no other direction. He w as t -omj.e) h
by ti physical infirmity, to repaid to Tal is , I., i
he could avail himself of tin; skilful i..--iM
of" Paron Dupuyfren.' The latfir th"!" '
restored him, ami advised him to ride ont -, . i
day. lie fretjiiently took occasion him-i !!'
accompany his patient on the-e ride,. )
tlay and this anecdote J have from the I ! ; i
own mouth when riding, he appeared bv i -means
disposed to converse: m-r a word -ei'.
be got out him; and at length Dupuvln-n ( .
elaretl that he must be suffering from m; '
secret pain or trouble, when he would not -.al
He pressed him and worried him, until hi, ah
Astor loosed his tongue: "Look y-l Hanm.
he said, -'how frightful this h ! I have I : .
the hands of my banker, at Paris, about i'i.hi-.
francs, ami cannot manage, without, grt at 'b i '
to get more than per cent per annum on ;
Now, this verv dav I have received a h it.
from my son iu New-York, informing me ti ,
there the best acceptances are from 11, to .! p.
cent t'T month, is it not enough to enrae
SnooTlvt; Akfaiu. We regret, to stafe f'
a ditliculty ocetirretl on Monday Uvei.in 1
between James Wihou and Nat. ('. ( n
which resulted in the former shooting the latt
with a pistol. The bullet entered the ! :
breast inflicting a very dangerou vnvl
though -horics are entertained that he
cover. Thev are both very young men
I O I Vl
((l I I ! '
w a -. I.e.
l-e - on I '
son not more than 17 years ot
"Affair of Honor. We learn from f?
Southside Democrat that F. S. Moon- ol W
m ington, N. C, ws arrestetl in Peter-lait - -tho
J5th inft., t-atisfaetory infonna tiou havii
been lodger! with the ofiVers of his iuteurio;, i
fj.rht a duel with another North Carolini.-
named Jones. Mr Moore was rccoenied -the
sum of $2,000 to keep the pence for tn h
months. Hal. Xtar