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itEV NEWSPAPER---Dcvoted to Politics, the Markets, Foreign and Domestic News, Litcratnrc, Agriculture, and General Informali'on----TWO DOLLARS IN AD VAN!
FAYETTEVILLEj N. C, SATUJtDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,: 1854.
VOUIJIK XV NO. Si i.
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.44airMi:n. n -.william j. .yatl&.
i 5r 110 I) E 11 T K. B 11 Y A N, Editor.
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Toriij, (ir'subsrrlyUon to the orlh Carolinian :
FfH-tv single copy, if paid in advance, per annum, S2 00
" " at the end of months, 2 50
i at the end of (I months, 3 00
" at the end of the year,
;i No subscription will lc received for a fchorter peritxl
thnn one year unless paid in advance.
- -With the view of extending the circulation and en
hancing tho usefulness of the pajer, tlie proprietors of
fer the following remarkably low
CLUB Il.lTi:S. J.TJItMJJL V IJ ADVANCE:
f cfpics of the Carolinian, 1 year, $8 00
' 10 4i " - " 1" 60
Lottern nix Inline??! connected with the firm mnst le
addressed to the undersigned, and must be post paid.
Rates of Advr rtfeinj? :
Sixty cents per v.iuare of Hi lines for the, first an
thirty cents for each subsequent insertion, unless the
1 for more than two month!
1 ",v i
when it will be charged
F..r three months. SI 00
1'or six months, " " " " G 00
For twelve mouths. -.-- - - - 10 00
,T?r- All" advertisements must be handed- in, by Friday
lo .VT, k- :. in., to ensure their insertion in the next
dav's papei-. and siioul-1 have the desired number cf in
Hcrtioris marked on them, ortherwise they will Ixj in-
st rtcd till lorbid and charged accordingly.-'
I5R VAX t YATES.
have removed to the Store on Hay
Street, formerly occupied by M. McKinnon, one door
west of Cook fc Jouhison. where they are receiving a
large and coropletd
GROCERIES of all kinds,
Blacksmith', Coolers' and Turpentine TOOLS, Ac.
They will sell Gd
terms as any house
Aug. 17, 1854
FAVi:TTi:VlI.rE F()ST OFFICE.
liAi.F.icit aIah., (2 horse coach.)
Due Ihiily at Hi a. u. ' Closes daily at yj' p. m.
AV.::sav Mail (4 -horse coach.)
Jh:e daily, exe-.t Sunday, at G 'o'clock, a. im
Clones daily, c: it S,iti;r!;y7 at . m.
('iiku.wv Mail, (Sulkey.)
I m- Tue.-day. Thin day ami Saturday, at 1 a. m.
Chrises Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday, at k p. m.
Y.MI n; nx (via IIi.r.hcthtown) Stilkcy.
uv Sunday. WTi'ue-day. and Friday, at 1 a. m.
(.'loses Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 1) p.m.
Ai.KM Al ir., on'l'lank Road, 2 Jior.se hack.
ue Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, at '.' p. m.
Closer loiidav. Wed '. lav and Friday, at ." i. rn.
JI .ikrnt-( II. ivia Ltniibcrton.) Sulkey.
lb re Tuesday and Saturday, at 10 j. m.
Closes Vdnesday ;uid Saturday,- at U p. m.
U,IT li---'1) Iaii- (via Tr(ty). -Due
Tuesday at (I p. m. Closes Tuesday at i) p.m.
SI A 1 1 - TO Sn:H'KJ.ANIs Pkpot.
Due Tuesday ;:t 'J. p.
Closes Tuesday at 2 p. in.
Mail to v!.iAr.r.riJTiw (via Terebinth.)
Due Wednesday at 7 p. m. Closes Monday at 9 p. m.
, J. E. 15 11 VAN, 1. M."
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M A It Ij K K A V T O It V,
. HY C'.'.O. l-Al'tI?S. ;
td K. W. Winkings Auction fctore.
Fayetlevilhr, N. C. '
.Oct. I. Is"':'-
Having recently puiehaseTl the above establishment
from Maieoiu Kellr, E-(., I am now M-epared to enter
tain in a eomt'ori able manner those who may give me a
eall. Having ample statih'S, good hostlers and a dis
Tv.itln i to accommodate. 1 trust I shall be able U
"ive entire satisfaction to those who may favor me with
FALL, -JLXI) G OODS.
Our Pall and W
inter Stock of
OOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS,
Is now in Store anil ready for inspection, embracing
oy lar the largest ind most extensive assortment we
i the trade, and is well worthy the
y Merchant visiting this place
1 articular attention paid to orders.
HALL & SACKETT
August 19. 185
FALL A jMD
We are "iiow
HATS, CAPS, D
L S -pjeinber 2, 18jt.
Are now o
Adated to the app
well assorted. All
able terms, exclusii
chants and others
call and examine th
August lyth, IK
P. S. Such Vf th
in arrears, arerespf
tie at their earliest
voce of the same.
UVJZ W G O O D S.
ods as cheap and oil as favorable
in this place.
Of all kinds taken in exchange for
G. W. I. GOLDSTON & CO.
18 5 4
our usual supply ot
)NNETS. P.OOTS AND SHOES,
HARDJVAHf:, GROCERIES, S,c. 8fc,
we will selu wholesale or retail on aecommo-
NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS.
PEARCE & FERGUSON ... .-. v
Are now receiving their Fall and Winter Stock of
DRY G OODS, - ,
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas, Parasols,
. " Boots, and Shoes, &c. &e. -:
With an extensive assortment of Ready-made Clothing.
All of which they offer to purchasers at low prices
and upon accommodating terms.
From long experience, and by strict attention to
business, they hope to merit a share of public patronage.
II. F. PEARCE.
J. IJ. FERGUSON.'
Fayetteville, Aug, 17, 18o4.
FALL STOCK, 1S51.
Ilave now in Store a. LARGE STOCK OF
DR Y GOOD S,
Hats, Gars, .Boots, Shoes, Silk.and -Straw
Bonnets, Umbrellas, and Ready-made
Which will be sold to WHOLESALE BUYERS,
The attention of Merchants is particularly invited to
this Stock. Orders solicited and satisfaction guar
antied. J. B. STARR.
J. M. WILLIAMS.
Aug. 10, 1854. S'07-tf
F AYETTEVILLE , N . C.
CAIN & CO.
II. tJ E. I. LILLY
ening their usual sujdy of
d in a few days aVjut
s of Roots and Shoes,
of which will be offered on reason-
cly nt wholesale. Country mer-
)iiying by the piece, are invited to
ir customers as are over C months
ct fully requested to call and .et
BEASLEY & HOUSTON
Have associated themselves in business, at the stand
formerly; occupied by J. M. IJeasley. where they would
be gdad to serve those in want of Watches, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware, Guns and Pistols of all kinds,
Military Goods, Surveyor's Cumpasscs and Chains,
various kinds of Musical Instruments, fine Pock'et
Knives; Silver, Pearl, and Leather Portmanies; Canes,
J. T. HOUSTON. J. M. BEASLEY.
. From California.
. "TJ1( steamship Star of the West has arrived
at Nev Y'ork with two weeks later news from
Califorr ia, bringing about one million of dollars
in specip. The mining prospects are said to be
ytll liopcs of any arrangement between the
tro winefe of the democratic party in California
la becii abandoned, and there appears to be
but UttW doubt that the whigs will carry the
stated-,.- - ; : ; ; - . .
stated that a treaty has been concluded be
tween the American Commissioner and the Gov
ernment of the Sandwich Islands for the annex
ation of the Islands to the United States, and
that the treaty has been forwarded to Washing
ton. The details of the treaty have not yet
The War in China. -The rebels, or insurrcc-i
tionists, attacked Canton with irresistible bra
very, causing a panic among the imperial troops
in the city, which surrendered with little blood
shed. All the foreign residents left the city.
GATES'- HOTEL, WARSAW, X. C.
IVotice to till; Traveling community
The subscriber begs leave to return his thanks to
the public for foiimir patronage, and asks a continu-
lle assures those who may patronize
1'ortable. His house
ton and Raleigh liai
lie also keens a I-
liorses, for tlie acconkniodation of passengers from War-
December :'. IS 53.
n. C. Me LEAN.
CLH.UKXT ft. WllljCJIlr,
Attorney at Iaw, Fayetteville, IV. C
OtViee at the corner ofjlow and Green streets.
F.d.'v :. ls5:;. "
IC. 31, MlMtCIIISO", .
CoiiimliDii nn Foiuarlintt Merchant,
WlI.MIN"(iTMN, X. Cr;
Jauuarv 7, 1 S5t v
T7i, F:ivetteville lee Hoit?e vill be opened daily for
thedeliverv of le-' from 5. i to 7 o'clock, A. 31., com-
meneinir .Monday, 17lh iust
Tiekets fordc.e are now readv for sale at the store of
C.-W. Williams t Co. No Ice will be deilvered ex-
r.,.nt tn tickets, as it is not mtnded to Keep any ac
counts.. When called on to deliver lee outside of the
i tin,. mi;citi.'d ahove. double the Tecrular oriee will be
reeeived our usual stock
W; have received our usual stock ot rAU.Mi.vtr
IMPLEMENTS, such as Ploughs. Harrows. Cultivators,
,K-c. Ac. J. tt T. WAD DILL.
A new horse AVagon, complete, for sale,
Man h IS. 1 s5 1 Jr& T. W
J M K
C. Smiiii. 3Iilks Costix.
.1A.MUS C. S3IITII & CO.,
Com?)ussin ATerchn tils,
Have removed their office to the second story of the
building formerly occupied by tire Telegraph Company,
where they are prepared to attend to all business in the
("ommissioii line. ,.
All business entrusted to them will be punctually
Wilmington. .Iany It, 1 s.5 1.
$25 HEW A It D.
On the 1st day of January, ls5:5. 1 hired a Boy named
RoberTto John A. Williams. Esi.;so!ne time in Feb'y
following he left Mr Williams, mul I had reason to be
lieve was lurking in the Neighborhood of Fayetteville.
but now I believe he has been kidnapped or 'decoyed
by some villain. Said Boy is of black, complexion, is
-between El and 14 years old. quite an active goo look
ing little fellow. a;id ,no doubt can tell a very plausible
tafe. I will give tho above reward for his delivery to
me. or confinement in any Jail, so that I get him
again, or $50 if arrested out of the State so that I get
jn, JAS. EVANS, Guardian.
- March 11, ls51. St-tf
saw to Fayetteville.
that they may wish
Warsaw, Aug. 15,
ers for sale, his LANDS, six miles
North of Favetteviflle. and about one mile from the
THE subscriber of
Fayetteville and R
about twelve hundr
on tne premises, a g
repair and now in oy
the lTl'cessarv outhouses, in good repair.
Also, another trac
th" he-afl waters of Cl
Place, on which thed
and other houses.
n the first name
All the above lan
molating terms. I'
please call on the si
' is ',qual to any on the Wilming-Iroad.
ivery Maine, witn good nacus ana
R-Those indebted to J. M. Beasley by Note or
Account, will please call and settle up by the 1st Nov.
next, after which time the claims will not be in my
hands. J. M. BEASLEY.
L Sept. 1st, 1854. 80y-4t
MISS JOSEPHINE LANGE. a native of Germain-,
land for the last two sessions engaged as Teacher of
Piano Forte at the Carolina Female College, begs leave
to announce to the citizens of Fayetteville, that the is
prepared to receive scholars for the Piano.
Enquire for terms at Mr Kliflmuller's Piano Forte
Store, Fayetteville Hotel buildings, between the hours
of 9 and P2 o'clock, A. M.
Sept .1, 1854. 800-4 1
100 Xcw Spirit Turpentine Barrels,
15 superior Yankee Feed Cutters,
Just received and for sale by
PETER P. JOHNSON.
Sept. 1st, 1854. 809-3t
PLANTATION AND SAW, MILL
V O It SALK.
The Subscriber offers 24 acres of Land for sale.
The sloop-of-war Saratoga, which arrived at
Boston last week, gives through one of its of
ficers, some interesting facts respecting the
Japauc.se. The Saratoga was at Jcddo for a
considerable time. "
The Jatanesk xt Dinner It was exceed
ingly 'difficult to obtain any kind of meat in
the conntry, .although tlie Japanese wefii very
willing to partake of the meats-that were offer
ed ou board the ship. The most solid part of
their food consisted of scrimps or craw fish,
and a "dish the Americans supposed to be a
species of gnakc, bulliich' was probably a
kind of fish. They ha' custom at the table
which shows thatA--kc
1 A f ' . ' - II 1 1 " I. .1.
or to any other place in the State
to be carried.
C. J. OATES.
ileigli Plank Road, consisting of
d and sixty acres of land, suited
the V. & W. Pbanlv Road and one from MurchisonTs
Factory, and near the line of the Western Railroad.
There is a Saw Mill on the premises. Also, a dwel
ling house. Terms moderate.
Further information can be obtained by applying to
the subscriber in person or address him at Manchester
P.O.. Cumberland county.
Sept 2, 1S54 8()y-4t-pd.
On the 12th of June last 1 mailed a letter at Pros
pect Hall P. ().. Bladen county, directed to Mr Joshua
L arman. r avetteville. N. C, containing two one h un
to the making of Tuilpentine or Timber. There is also j dred dollar notes on the Commercial Bank of Wilniing-
od Saw and (,rist .Mill, all in gooU ; ton, one numbered 12G2 the other 1895. The letter
oration ; also, a Dwelling, and all j also contained a blank note signed by John S. Willis
and Bartram Robeson, and endorsed by Tims. J. Robe-
t,,-.x lmn1 1-.,! n ml fifh .lOVns rrt P l , P t . 1 ...
in uiu iiiiiKui i n i ' i imj in i 'n ttiu. 101 i ue mi 01 u-iiLiun uoie uviu wy me
irver's Creek, known as tin; Tarry Bauk of Cape Fear at Fayetteville. The letter has not
reached its destination. All persons are hereby cau
tioned against using the note, and if the letter and its
contents are returned to me a liberal reward will be
JOHN S. WILLIS.
Sept 2, 1854 803-4 t-pd
e is a small r arm. a levelling House
T The contributions to the Washington
Natioual Monument from the 4th Aug. to the
Gth Sept., amounted to $2,G02 92. The ex
penditures for the same time were 2,218 45.
The members of the Legislature of California
contributed one day's pay, $9G8.
Elections. Gov. Reid has issued writs of
election for the Senatorial district of Rowan
and Davie, and for a member of the House of
Commons from New Hanover the elections to
be held on Thursday the 1 Oth of October. The
election of Senator is to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the death of Jno. A. Lillingtou, Esq,
and that of Commoner to supply the place of
Saml J. Person, Esq, who was appointed Judge.
Notice is given that application will be made
to the next Legislature for a renewal of the
charter of the Bank of the State of X. Carolina,
and an increase of its capital stock. The pre
sent charter expires in 18G0.
The Richmond (Va.) papers state that an
immense amount of wheat has been brought to
that city. Eight mills are constantly in -opera'
tion, grinding about 900 barrclsvcach per day
thought for the
which they are especial ly fond, and for this
purpose provide themselves 'with paper wrti
pcrS previous. to dining. At a dinner given by
the officers of the ship one day, a chief, care
fully enveloped a whole chicken hi a number of
papers, and carried it off, first offering papers
to others for similar use. 'Their mode of cook
ing is doubtless more pleasing to themselves
than to our - people, for they arc not over nice
in preparing their food.
Japanese Duels. Their mode of settling
affairs of honor is very singular a::d worthy of
the attention of gentlemen who have occasion
to adjust such matters If one gcntlinan insults
another to such a degree that. 'the affront
should be.settled" by death, the insulted party
disembowels himself with a sharp knife, which
he always carries; and now comes the "satis
faction;" the insulting party or person who has
given the affront, must imitate the example Of
his .opponent, with the alternative of being
regarded a consummate coward, whom the
friend of the former may kill at the first oppor
tunity, as he would a dog.
Pistols axd Locomotives. Thev did not
know the use" of the locomotive, and sit first
seemed to regard the model as a toy; but the
engine was soon put in motion and rapid speed
attained. They were delighted with the boats,
Colt's repeaters, carbines, telegraph, A'c, but
they did not regard the agricultural implements
Stitength ok the Japanese. The working
class of people are very stout and athletic; one
of them can take a bag of rice which a strong
American cannot lift, and throw it on his
shoulder with perfect ease. They inure them
selves to hardships and were sometimes seen by
our informant almost naked, although the
weather was very cold.
The Sucfrxsful KnrrLicr.
According to" the Pari? corrcsju ii I ; ,7 '!
Atlas,' a young Englishman bnrri.-U r li.;-: ' -
eeeded in marrying Muddle. I! , tl..- .
iest heiress in Paris, and connected v.i'.'ii .;, A
the highest' families. The young ;.k v.
known to possess mi undisguised weukht ; f. -r
n well-dressed 'man, and by loudly vu
this opinion, had been of more service In t! .
tailors of Paris within the last yea! than m
u ursay in double me space oi nine. l n
risterhad many rivals, but the most fonni
was a geiitlMuan acknowledged to ! tic-
approved dandy in Paris. The lady k; Hs i
these two to decide from, and invited tn rs
both to her chateau. The Frenchtnnn i( e,1! (i
to liis friends that he meant to cut the j f n,
slinrt ot onre by ontshiring 'the 17i;;Ii i a ;n !
his dress, "that "the latter would i t tire Inno ti ,.
field cnished to atoms by the iujh rior :!.ill Le
was determined to manifest on tlie occ.-i. : n
The Englishman said nothing, nimlr r .'.
boast, but accepted the invitation, and t-; ih
er by the train the two rivals proceeded to iho
seat of war. It so happened thnl t!i'- l;rn
dandy had furnished himself with :i r vi.l.ir
tn.usscan. for the occasion at the great 17; : -a
tailor's in the Rue dtt Jlelder, ai.d the I7i ;li !i
tailor, out of sheer coinn:itriotiin. had t.M
Mr 1I-- of what it wik couijiom i.
sudden idea Hashed across the brain of the
rister. His servant, one of the sanrtilh i!.
pocritieal roup valets for whom LoikIoii v a al
ways famous, is something about the height a!,!
size of the French juclvii'l u . Mr II- no-
mediately ordered lor this ally the exact mm,
terpart of every suit already ordered bv th'-
DONALDSGN ACADEMY. '
The ensuing Term in this Institution will commence
on Tin sday the Vnt day of October next.
Terms, for tuition, $0, 8 and $10 per Quarter, ac
cording to the advancement of the pupil.
Contingencies 50 cents per Quarter.
For Board witli the Principal per month, includ
hrg fuel and lights. Washing will le charged extra.
DANIEL JOHNSON, Principal.
Sept. 9. 1854.
i tract, there is cut about twenty-
five thousand Turpentine Boxes, from two to four years
s will be sold on the most accom-
ersons wishing to purchase, will
bsc riber, who will take pleasure in
showing the above lands.
Oct, 2, 1853
These Pills me
moat superior 9Ipdicine in the cure of nil Bilious Com-
plaints. Chills and fci
casfs of Plies, after n
They purify th
and as an Auti-Ciliou
Price 25 cents per box.
entirely Vegetable, and are a
', DyxjHpsia, Costirerwsr. Liver Complaint,
S-nf'nlt. F lit li lieum. Ferers of all kinds.
Lost of A ppetjle, Obslnkted and painful Menstruation, and all lin
As a Female Medioinb tlicv net like a charm, and Trlicn taken
according to the directions. th4E&erer fail to cun the worst
ll other remedies fail.
IlooI, eoiialize the clrcula
tion. restore the Liver, Kidneys, nnd other Se
cretory rii, to a Jtealthy tone antl actions
t&mily .Medicine tliey Uave no equal.
KiPTV npi.h.VKS UKAVAUD.
Tlie nlwve reward will be given to any person who
will deliver to me my negro woman ANNA, .who. ab
sconded about the lith of Novemler last, or for her
confinement in any jail in this State so thatr-I c:n vt
her again. Said negro is of bright mulatto complex
ionspeaks clearly and more properly than negroes
usually do. and is rather lelow the medium size.
Jt is supposed that she is lurking about '.-the vicinity
of Fayetteville, :l'ded by the celebrated Simon Blue of
harboring notoriety, hue may-attempt to pass as :
free person among the uumerous free mulatioes about
: . . - alex. McMillan.
Dtindarroch, Robeson county, )
- April 2C, ISoL OLtl
DAVID ?l c I U K V K K ,
BRICK MASON AND PLASTERER, '
7 Fayetteville N. C.
Persons wanting work done in his line will be
promptly aueuueu i j ttwiva ' -j -
I', wl I 1 ! Il-f
A remedy for Cmigh. Olds, Ciitarrh, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Onnsumption, JVerrous Diseases, Dyspepsia Coi
tivemess, Erysipelas, D( sease of the 'or, In flamriiatioh and Pain
in Vie Chest, Back atn f Side, and all diseases arising from a de
ranged slate of the SI mach, and to relieve the distress and had
feeling from eating toe hearty food, in weak and dyspeptic habit.
WARRANTED ' '0 BE PURELY VEGETABLE,
These Pills act ss nn ExpectrftDt Tonie, and Aperient. One
25 cent box possesses t iree times more power to cure diseases
than a one dollar bottle of any of the Syrups. IialsBDW, or Sarsa
parillas, that were ever made ; and a simple trial of only one box
will prove this im porta i t truth.
They promote i Expectoration, Loosen the
Phlegm, and Clear the Lnngs and other Secre
tory Organs, of ill morbid matter, and there is
not another remedy in tlie whole Materia Medic capable of
imparting such healing properties to the Lungs and Vital Or
gans as these Pills. Tl cy Cure CostireneM, prodnc
a good, regular Vppetite, and Strengthen the
Iriee 25 cents per box , containing 25 doses of Medicine.
Call on the Ajrente v ho sell the Pills, and get the Flanttr't
Almatiac or atis, giving Tull particularsand certificates of cures.
Uoth kind? of the abo e-named Mils ar for sale in
Every Town and Village In North and South
1: i Carolina,
lMett6vi"e hj ?AM?L J- HINSDALE and J. N.
O.MI 1 11. i
June 17, 1854 ;
State of Nortli Carolina Cumlerlainl County.
Superior Court of La ic Sfirivg Term, 1854.
Cook A Johnson vs. W. L. Leget.
Attachment and levy made and conditional judgment
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant, W. L.. Leget, resides beyond the limits of
this State; it is therefore ordered by the Court that f
publication be made in the North Carolinian for six
weeks, for the said W. L. Ieget to be and appear at
the next Superior Court to be held for the county of
Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on
the seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in Sep
temler. 1S5J, and plead or replevy, or the conditional
judgment will be made absolute, and the land levied
on condemned to the plaintirr s use. '
Witness. Jes-e T. Warden. Clerk of our said Court at
Office in Fayetteville. the seventh Monday after the
fourth Monday in March, 1S54, and 78th year of Amer
ican Independence. -
S07-;tj JESSE T. WARDEN.
Runaway from the subr-criber on the 2d of July, his
negro man NED. Said negro is 22 years old, 5 feet 7
or 8 inches high, well buirt, weighs 170 or 175 pounds,
bushy hair, has a scar on his forehead, his left foot cut
with an axe. lie is supposed to be lurking in the
neighborhood of Lumber ton or Mr John McColIum's
on Ashpole, of whom T urchased him last March.' I
will give a reward of fifty dollars for his delivery to
me or his confinement in any Jail so that I can get him
again.' I will also give fifty dollars for evidence to
convict any white man of harboring or employing
him. Any information respecting him will be thank
fully received at Lumber Bridge P.O. Robeson co.
DANIEL McN ATT.
July 20, 1851 H)l-tf
The undersigned has now in Store his Fall and Win
ter stock of GOODS, consisting of a general assort
DRY GOODS AA'D GROCERIES,
nats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots and Shot?., Coffee, Sugar,
Aioiasses, looacco, vc. tvc. -Also,
a general and well selected ftock of READY
Produce taken in exchange for Goods at market
prices. R, D. DAVIS.
North side of Person St., next door to F. 1). Breece.
N. B. All persons indebted to me by note or ac
count are respect fullj' requested to call and settle im
mediately, as longer indulgence will not he given.
Sept. , 1854 y R. D. 1).
I am now receiving my FALL STOCK of the above
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT,
To which the attention of Country Merchants is re
spectfully invited. Goods carefully packed.
Aug. IS, 1854.
rHln lil Office.
Fayetteville, JauV 2S, 1&54
Voun"- and well-broke MULES.
e w. r. mallettt
February , l$5t. 10-tI -,
t A I, 1 11 rJ V 1 L L E , N
.Septcmiier is, is.)l
FlVii ni.llljEU THUUSASD POUNDS
COTTON AND FJNEN RAGS AVANTKT
The subscriber wall pay the highest market ni-i
i!i ll ? , . . .
lor any quantity oi aicau jinen ami uovton Kags.
, March 4, 1854 L tf
The STEAMER SUN will leave this place every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY at 15 minute after sunrh-t;
and Wilmington evdry WEDNESDAY and SATUR-
ith Passengers and Freight.
R. 31. ORR ELL. Agent.
?. 1S54. VC-if
DAY at 12 o'clock, A
ortU Carolina Col iunbii County.
Superior Court of Late and Equity Spring
Joel Suggs-and wife Rhoda vs. Erick Branton,
Ephraim lirantoii, Samuel Branton, Jno Branton, Thos
Godwin awl wife Anna, and Simon Branton and others.
Petition to sell Real Estate for division.
In this case it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that all the defendants are non-residents of this
State, it is ordered by the Court that publication be
made for six weeks in the Fayetteville North Caroli
nian for the defendants to be and appear at our next
Court of Equity to be held at the Court House in
Whiteville, n the third Monday after the fourth Mon
day ia September, then and there to plead, answer, or
demur to the said petition, or the same will be taken
pro confesso as to them.
Witness, M. R. Morrison, ' Clerk and Master of oar
said Court of Equity, at office in said county, the 2d
Monday alter the 4th Monday of March, 1854.
f51-fct M. 11. MORRISON, C. M. E.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
Wishing to wind up our business here, we offer for
sale our entire stock AT COST, consisting of a large
and well selected stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres &, Vesting., Boots, Shoes, Gaiters.
Slippers, Hats, Caps, Silk and Cotton Umbrellas,
Gloves of all qualities. Silk and Linen Pocket Hand
kerchiefs, Neck-ties and Stocks in great variety, Sus
penders, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Walking Canes. Music
al Instruments, Perfumery Razors, Pocket-Knives,
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
A large assortment of Gentlemen's
Consisting of Shirts, Under-shirts of wool, silk, linen
and cotton; Collars and Sbirt-rufiles. fine assortment
of Gents' Half Hose, some splended Morning Robes.
A fine assortment of imported'
S E GARS
A handsome assortment of JEWELRY & WATCHES,
Gold and Silver.
A good assortment of DRY GOODS, consisting of
Dress Silks, rrench and English Alerinos; Alpacas,
black and figured; Muslin-de-Lains; Calicoes; Ging
iaras; iBed-ticking, brown and bleached; Domestics;
Fine Linen; Window Cottons; Flannels, Shawls and
Mantillas, Embroideries, Veils. Ribbons and Trim
ALSO. Store Utensils, Lamps, Show-case, Tables,
Chairs, Writing Desk, &c.
All those having claims against us will please pre
sent them, and those indebted to us are requested to
AMBER G & CO.
''jTTiThis is a fine opportunity for merchants who
wish to supply their stores. Call and examine Ea4
side of Green street in Shemwell's building.
Sept. 9th. 1854. 810-4t
BILLIARD TABLES POll SALE.
I have TWO good Billiard Tables with all the fix
tures, which I w ill dispose of on reasonable terms if
application bo made r-oon.
Sept. 9, 1851. slO-tf
; . NOTICE.
The nndersigned w ill let out to the lowest bidder,
on Saturday the 14th of October next, at the Court
House in Lumberton, a contract to repair the JiOBE
SON COUNTY JAIL. The materials it-qaired for
me repairs are wooa ana iron.
The terms, tpecification, and particulars will be
given on application to either of the undersigned.
WM. H. WILLIS
' ' JAMES BLOUNT
71 v " K. E. TROY.
jumaerion, faept. 4, 1854. 8l0-6t
v :; - : RAMSEY k BRO.t
, . 4 GE5ERAL FORWARDIXO AXD
7 Wilittlugtou and Fayetteville,
And Agents for Mctts' Line of Steam Boats,
77 at Fayetteville. -
K, J. RAMSEY. ;. a. nAM'3EVj
.Aug. 2C? 1854. 808-tf
D E KP F.ST A RT ES I A N" V ELL I X TH K " WORLD.
were fortunate : 'enough to Iircct our stejis to
wards Belcher's immense Sugsir Refinery for the
purpose of making some observations of the
irtn!;iii vtll ivdiieb Ic unvv lioino Lnrol nt floit
HkirCTr''Tyrtti 1 1 : t tiv mt'y.iy7:TrnrpTCT-Kp('rit
an hour more toour interest and profit.. than' the
one employed in witnessing the operntion of the
digging and in learning the history and progress
of the work.
This well was commenced about six years ago
by Mr Belcher, his object being to secure for the
purposes of his large Refinery a supply of pure
water. For six months the operations were
continued by hand, and reached a depth of some
two hundred feet below the surface, when it was
found necessary to employ the -agency of steam
with suitable machinery.
Since the application of steam the work has
progressed steadily and perscvenngly until the
present time, when the incredible depth o
twentv-two hundred feet lias been reached. This
is said to be the deepest artesian well in the
world. One of the most important that we now
remember of, is that of Grenelle, near Paris, iir
which operations were continued for eighty
years, and which was sunk to a depth of nineteen
hundred and sixty-one feet below the ground
And we beMerc there is another somewhere
in France which number about twenty-one
hundred and fifty feet: but none have yet reached
the distance into the bowels of the earth that
this cf 31r Belcher's has. St. Ia.u'w Democrat.
The model Husband.
Beware, young ladies, whom you choose;
Be cautious, too, whom you refuse;
All is not gold that glitters bright,
Nor are all gems that thine with light.
Choose not a book for leaves Icgilt,
Nor yet a blade for Inrnishcd hilt;
Full many a gem of purest ray,
All dust begrimmed, is hid away.
Full many a flower of radiant bloom -Is
kept from sight by weedy gloom
Thus 'tis with man, too oft is seen
A noble's heart 'neath rustics green.
And many a heart of blackest dye
Is veiled beneath a courtier's eye
Too oft the good are hid in shade,
"While palace lights illume the hod.
Trust not to him who humbly kneels,
And on your hand his fealty seals
Who swears "your eyes are brighter far
Than Heaven's most brilliant, beaming star
Your hair more dark than raven's wing.
Your breath the sweetest gale of spring,
Your check the rose's blushing glow, -Your
forehead white as Alpine snow."
Be wedded! Then he swears your eyes
Are always drenched like April Kkies;
Your cheeks arc pale, and allyourfacc
Is quite bereft of former grace.
You need not say, ' 'twas late at night,
'.Watching beneath the moon's cold light,
For him that made your eyes so weak,
And chased the roses from your check."
No! choose a man sincere and kind,-;
Whom fortune's favors cannot bind
Who pledges vows with honest tongue.
And leaves your beauties all unsnng;
A" man whose heart is brave and strong,
Who loves the right, eschews the wrong
Wrhoni worldly honors cannot taint
No sinner, nor pretended saint. -
Then when your youth and beauty's gone,
And ager with trembliug steps, comes on,
His love and truth, undimm'd and bright,
Shall doubly bless life's winter night;
Whose virtue, like theW
Shall last when faded is the bloom
And you shall bless the day you choose
The frazranre, rather than the rose.
J NANNIE GREY.
Marquis de la B . The lil( dnv nf d
ner the poor young marquis was rather 7-i n
certed, when upon entering tho dining room hi
glances alighted upon the very counb i jm rl of
himself standing still' and self-vent r. , ,,
the Englishman' chair; and he looked un-rih'
at his rival to see if any iruU w as ind h7 7 ;
but the Englishman wns too intent upon i 7 -ing
himself agreeable to the lady lo noii.-e hi ;
milled temper. The second dnv the same i :,
was enacted, although our hero had roinpb-ti 7
changed even the style of his whole hm m ,,
and again was the same ill-humor di-p7 d
during the whole dinner, while. Mr II
was profiting by the silence of his w it ly riv;.!.
The third and fourth repetitions were too ridi
culous. The young marquis, too clever, ;.; d
too much the man of the world not to feel th
absurdity of his position, prudently with It ..
Rraln and Thought
Richmond mentions the case of n
whose oral u was exposed in cousenucm e n, im:
removal of a considerable portion of its Ik m ,
covering by disease, lie nays he reprati u'l y
made pressure on the brain, and each time : i;
pended all feelings and all intellect, which v i v
instantlv restored when the iirefsuri! was with-
i rd w ir. m rra m c wn te r a i ? a re i a t
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case, that of a man who had been trepanni ,,
and who perceived hi.s intellectual faculties I dl
ing, and hi.s existence drawing lo a close, ec;-y
time the effused blood collected upon the luaio
so as to produce pressure.
Professor Chapman, of Philadelphia, mention ,
in his lectures, that he saw an individual with
his skull perforated, and the brain expo-i d, win
was accustomed to r-ubmit himself to the . ami:
experiment of pressure as the above, and v7,o
was exhibited by the late Professor WY.-tar t
his class. His intellectual ami moral ia nU7.
disappeared on the application of pn -n;- to
the brain; they were held under Ihe thumb, a
it were, and restored at pleasure to their lull
activity by discontinuing the pressure. Cut.
the most extraordinary case of this kind with
in my knowledge, and one peculiarly i:ila i -1 in to
the physiologist and metaphysician, i7 n kit
ed by Sir Astley Cooper in his surgical ha-fun -.
A man by the name of Jones received an in
jury on his head while on board a vc-m I in th"
Mediteranean, which rendered hit: iu.-cn.-il-le.
The vessel soon after this made Gibraltar, v1k re.
Jones was placed in the Hospital, and remain" d
several months in the same ii.yeii-ible !t..f .
He was then carried on board the io!pl,iii
frigate to Dcptford, and from th in w.- nt,
to St. J homas Hosjutal, London. Me lay con
stantly upon his back, and breathed uilli di,7,
culty. His pulse was regular, and each In."
it beat he moved his fingers. A hen hun yry
or thirsty, he moved his lips ami tongue. Mr
Blyne, the surgeon found a portion ot the .-.nil
depressed, trepanned him, and removed Ihe d. -pressed
portion. Immediately after this opi i a-
tion the motion oi tne lingers cea.-ci;, am; at.
four o'clock in the afternoon, the operation I ,a-
ing been performed at one, he sat up in bed ; m n
tiou ami volition returned; arid in four days h"
got out of bed and conversed. The iaHthin"
he remembered was the circumstance of fakin ,
a prize in the . Mediterranean. From the mo
ment of the accident, thirteen months ai d n
few days, oblivion had come over him, ami a!t
ecolleetion ceased. Jle had lor more Mian om
year, drank of the cup of It he, and lived wholly
unconscious of existence, yet upon removii :. a.
small portion of bone which .pressed upon t7-
brain, he was restored to tlie lull pose;-n .a ( i
the powers of lusmiiid and hony. Dr. Jif';.'.!rii .
BfKKALOKS UV TJIK AtTIK. A inemh'T of
Governor Stevens's northern route exp!-rii-r
lartv, in a long communication to the St. lam: ;
Republican, written from the head of Vtllov.-
Stone river, says of the incidents of the party
thus far :
''On Sunday, after a march of some tea m;7 ,
e buffaloes were reached. They wee before
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nnd nn i-acli sidi! of the train. J' or
it. Kenned mm vast drove yard.
estimated by some as high as .rt)f),0
is considered as a very low cstimnte.
up the train at our usualha It a t noon a largo .or, I
.were about half a mile ahoad i Uo hun .-.v,
six in number, were immediately (.i.-pab h, -I,
well mounted, on spare horses resTvu! i...- that
o-nccial purpose, ami the whole tram had nu
onportum'ty to witness n buffalo hunt. ma
hunters dashed in among tho herd, pici.e.l ,.iu.
the fattest of the crowd, and then . iiatin ;
the selected ones from the herd, soon dispatch d
them. In an hour the wagons were sent but a
small distance from the route to receive the.
choicest pieces of the buffalo.
"In the next two days' inarch the hunter .
were kept some distance ahead, to keep oil' the
buffaloes: it was the only way the safe pa ya of
the train could be insured through the
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