North Carolina Newspapers

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riilNTKII l!V .1. ti. .Nl'.WIiV.
:\l!l) J. HAM': & SOX,
i:|.|T»)r,S AND lMU)ri;iF.T(tl!S.
for tilt' ■'>> ini-'Veokly (Misk.isvku >^4 •() il
iw ivlviiiK-c: ■''• if paiil (Uitiiijr the'
1 ■ ,,i' m- n’> al'lor the vetir has'l. j
S!|thlie NVei'klv Onsv.nvKU ^2 per iuniuin. if:
:>;s|Mi'i in ■•I'lvnnee: ’>•* if p.-iiil diiriiijr the ■
*year >r :iii1i“erii'ti(iii: i>r (H) jit'tei- the ve:n- .
Ins ex]iiretl. j
iSl*\ I'.l’TlSKMI'.N’I'S iiisertetl lir>i\t_v i
^.|^l:u•e tor tlie tirst. :m«l thirty cents tur e.-icli
sacc' i’diiijr ]>iililiejition. ^ early advertiseiiieiils
Wj|,*l>eci;il OMiitraets, at reasi>iial>h‘ rates. Ad-
V^arti'er- are rei|ueste'l t" state the mitiiber nt ;
in'* ile'^iieil. i>r they «iU l>e ciitiiiueil till i
fbirlit'l. ainl i’har;:e'l aeeunlinjrly.
il r I.etter to t!ie IMitors must l>e
!*» ‘
W K \PPL\(i l>APi:ii.
^ HKAMS Meliiiiii si/e.
t -‘i IViiie. t'T I'ottnii N anis.
Maiiteii rajier Mills, l’>nl«'i;fh. K'^r -iali' ■
Ij^l v II. I’.UAN?:oN’ \ S)N.
■^iiV ’.i. I-"-'.!. ;:tf
rou sM.i:.
^ V,\H .\1UA-: mtl SK and 1.«>T »n th-
I’hUI'k' Si|ii!ire. for e.-ish. notes mi ileniaiicl,
I . rc-lit. .\l'l'ly «>•
H, M.NMU’.,
rtlia-jo, ^lo^lre 0(«iity, .Inly
KiLLSBOKinr.ii .\('.\i)i:my.
rJ^III' art'iiif Trnsti'es of this l«>ti" e-*ta'>-
jL lishe'l .'^••tiiinary, fike ^M-eat j>le:tsme in
Mtoiiunciii'Z t" the jiiiHlie. that tliev liave eii'jfu-
fgfi th- svrviees of Mr. HKNJ N‘h. IIC.'^KI;.
will h'ieatter (-"niliiet tlie .Vea'ieiiiy as
Sr. Ilii'krisa native of this St.-Ue, atel a
CtmI Mate ot''I'.ir I'liiversity. and lu'eii en-
t'T '■me tiiiii’ very siieeessl'it!ly in tearh-
in tliL' town ot r.ivfttevilh‘. His Ifainiiiir.
Slic temper and eioistiaii jrive as^nr-
mim^1o I'ai-onts. that tiis iluiy to eliildren eii-
tniiti* I to lii.s ch.ii'.re will he al'lv and eun'i ;i'n-
ly |x-rforiued.
The Kxercises ot' the ni-\t Session will ei.m-
VdMllee on N!ond;ty. tlie l^lst instant, and a.« thi*
of i.’istrui tloll i.s pr ‘p:ir;itory r. the I’lii-
vdtoits. t'n’ sessions in Itittue will eorresn..ud
those ,.tCliapcl Hill.
TtT;.’-' "t Tiiii:"!!. im-hidlnj: eontiii^ri'in ies.
j|S, in adv.-inee.
Ifii deduction made uules.' in case i t protr.iet-
tffl iiliif.'.'.
l’\ order of the Uo.-inl.
i:. A. IILAKTT. S.e’y.
•Vi!;. 'ta. 1''’>1.
-Me>;t :md Fa. idtv of t!ie Tiiiversitv of \.
T. M. !5AI!JI3,
I H ,\S taken an (llliee on 11 vy Street, West
L B- of the Hotel r.uihlili;^.^'.
•Inly 1 1, 1S.-,1. " 1-tf
r. c’orN( iL vV c'Aix
KK now rceffvin^j a larire stock of
\NI* SI'MMKK (!()(>1>S. consistinir in
part of—
Strijied (Jro-do-l’aris: Maok and col'd .'>ilks;
eniliroiilered. jii'inted ittii] Muck i’ai e}:e and P.a-
refre-di'-l.aine; l’ai is-«le- 'hilie; ('rai>e-iU‘-l‘ari.-:
rich eiiili'd rarlt;ins: printeil Krench I,awns: ein-
t'Toidered ami printel Swiss Miisiins; Ho_\le's
and printed Organdie; .^Io^n•niIl;_^ printed; I’olka
and fancy I.awn; MourniiiT and otlier (iinjihains;
.laconet and .''wi.^s .Muslins; Silk and Linen I’oji-
lins; soliil col d l,:iwns; Uisliop :ind Swiss ditto;
lirass and other Skirts; l.ini'ti Camlirii- liaml
kercliit'fs. in't dle-w >rked; Collars and ('nil's;
I.ace rndi'rsleeves; Frencl n»’edle-w orked ('hcMii-
i'^ette.-; fancy Mitls and Ki) (Iloves of all kinds;
splendid lionnet and otiu'r lliM>''n>!; IM^rinu ;ind
Insertinir; Krench ami Kiigiisli i’rinis: toj;ciher
with a larjre supply of other articles siiit;:lile tor’iie.-' w\'ar.
I'ri'iich t'assimeres; pl.-iin i.iiien ;ind l.iiien
Hiill;  hecked I.ineii; .'ilk, .\lars' iJlc« and ot!;er
X'estinjrs; ( '.ishmeret; 1 >rali d'Kie; York N.inkiiis;
Silk Handkerchiefs .-ind ('ra\ats; brown and
I'ieiiched .'^heetin^s aii'l .''hirtiii;;s; a irood .iss irt-
ineiit of eniliroiilereil W indow 'iutains, ^>.iine
very tine. '
Coats: l“:y.ts: .''atin, .'silk, Marseilles and other
X’ests: :i l.itire siij ply of e.ich, j
\ lar-(‘ of I'ni'uellas, and !ii^' ."ilk ai: 1 I
S.itin I’ara'ols, assortdi kinds, i
Heaver, I'ur, ."'ilk, l.t'iihoin atid otiier .'straw I
Hats; .also a ;rood supply o| iio^,-.' H.its. j
\\liite Chi)>. I'rench Ha’: :ind o(1)»t
lloiinets; Children s fine 1‘e.ul iiats, lloiinel':
and M.ils; Wreaths and I'lov.ef'.
F'n\e Calf seweil lioois; I’atvMit Le;\ther I’ivo- j
;_’'ans: (''.otli and liiick Ccn^'ress llaiters; ()\lort
'i'ics; Patent i.eallier ditto; i.adiis" ti!;ick and :
eol il ,’'iik .iaiters, .i tine .-irtie’e; ilitN lent kini!.- ■
of .Misst-s' .'^hofs and t;aitei>; I,a lies' .'^lij'pers
and W.-iikini: .''hoes; with a lar;.re siii>pi_\ of,
heavy .“^liocs. f'or S''.
Saddli’s, i'lridlcs, ('(dial'. I’.i'ldcd Harness,
and Wa;z>'n and l!n.:'j.y W !iip'.
(rorkrry, Ilaiilwiirc. Ciilltr). lliillow-Wiirr.
I’lio and I,;i;,;nira ('oflee; Ci iishc'I; ('la ri lie 1,
Leaf and I'lown .n_^:r.'; S.tli. Mola'scs. Iren
.ind N.iiN; I’riiicipe Ci;_';irs; I’l-eiuh r.iand\;
(iln;*rort. Madeir.i. Swecl. and .''lappernoii..
To^^etlier with a ":reat v.-iriety ol 1» of
neftriv every ticscrii'tion. ,\ll of whicli tliev jipe
detcrinilieil to sell vit_\ low for ('asli. or oil vci
acciiiiimodatiii^r terms to cnstom'M'.
We wonld lie iilad Imyeis L:enerall,>
Would call and e.\ain;ne oiir .''toek.
April 1. l-''-')l. •'•'•tf
W \ S'['\'A).
t(l(M>l» Car;-i:;jre I’AlNTl'i; will find 'ti a'i_\
e’ji; ''.ymenr anil p 1 wa_ue«;. hy a] ].lyin^
I/^(( ffrf fv r Uiv Hoi r/,
FAvivr rKViMj:, x. c.
II l. lar^e and splendid liuildinvr has now
Rl. lieiMi in siicecsslnl (iper.ifion since May
l^^r.i. 'I'he IJeddin^i and i'uriiinnc of all kimls
is i;ew. and tiie con\eiiieiit and ]‘U'a.s.iiit.
The 'I'alile i.s always fin nisiicd wiih the 'icst
the market atVords, aided Ity a line \e;j,c;aole
; h-n.
lio.irdciLod;_'-eis. and Tr.i vellcrs will find i!i‘-
s'r.ili.e accoiiiinodatioiis and ;ittenliv>‘ scrvaiits.
No )>ains will Ue spared to ;.iive viitlr* satislae-
l'a;iiilics can he furnished wi:h .-liry.
trout donl'le rooms, coiivenieritly and haiid-
sonielv furnished.
.\n cxperiince of 'Jd ye.irs will eiiaMe the les
see. siie hopes, to i;ive general'sfaction.
.\NN ri;>>vN.
.Inne 1, 1S'>(\ :J.'^-!f
r \VA.\'l'i:i>,
A (:(|(»D l;.idy Maker at the Carriai;e Inisi-
i .'tt ness, (iood wa^is and steady cniploy-
i nient uiveii,
I .Mav -.’I-..
Bookf3 and Stationery.
Wlidlt'snle l)()()kse!k‘rs and Stalioncrs,
r.>!) I’r.ciAiiWAV, Xk.w Vouk,
'^‘KT’Ol'Ll) call the .-ittentiou of Cvmntry detil-
V V ers to tlieii- St'^'k of
W'hicii is otic of the most KX'ril.N.''n K .\NH
COM I’LL'I'K assiirtnicnts ill New \ ork, and is
otVered to luiyers at the very LOW'llS T I’KIC!'..'^.
They are the I’lihlisheis id' the foHowinir v;il-
ualile an'l po]uil;ir .'^chool Hooks, whiidi have a
niiuh /.. 1/iV,'/•,'/' ' I li I' I'i. A T1  >.X than any
other work of a siniihir eharaciur;
Sanders’ I’viiiiary 1‘iinier.
Sanders' I’ii'torial I’riiiier.
Sanders' .'^pellin^r Ihi'ik.
S.'iinleis' School Header, First I’onk.
.''chool lieaih'r. Second Kook.
Sciioiil Header, 'I'hird Ihiok.
.'(diool 15ead* r. I'ourtli Hook.
School I'vcfider. Filth Hook.
— I'pwiirds of—
A//"' nf Sniiifti'S lirtii/i fs
havt' l.ecn pMlilishel, .and their circulation .and
'ale is steadily incre;'sinr.
lUlK'foitK Al, ur..M)I'.r.,
I'.ttcourdirc ('aro/i,ia.
11 K nndersi”^ned is iiiaiinractiirinir. in F.-iy-
Jm- cttevillc,
Boot and Shoe Polish,
far sujierior to the HlacKiiiL^ ]nn‘di;ised in the
Northern cities. He intends ilevotinjr his wlioie
time to niannfactnrintr and vendinir this vei-\ su
perior I’olisii, and cali.s upon ali who tiiink it to
the interest of the .'southern peojde to licconif
iude]>eiidc!it of .Northern maniiracturcs, to give
l;ini tlieir aid and ]i.itrona"e.
He is prep.ired to show. Iiy ulxohi''- Ir’ir/. to
any one who will call upon him. the ri'xf yni„-
n"T(';i ot' his over all other
new Sold in North ('.ii orina. (":d! .inij l.avc your
tioofs and shoes once coinpletely lil.tcked and
]ii)li.vhed. and he satisfied.
This article is offeii d .at a jirice not hiirher
than is eh.iriied for other and inferior
i(iia!ities. and a trial is .ail is asl^ed to se
cure the patronajre oi the ]iul>lie ;_renerally.
The iinder.'i;_rned c.xpeets to \isit every jioi--
tion of the .'state to intri.iliicc his I’oHsli. ami
• isks now in advance .\ieridiants .and others
\isiiiuji Favetteville will liive iiiui a call.
A. .J. WOODU'.Mtl).
.Iiine Is'd, 77-iini
ishis or hltirLiiii/ I filst Liieeters .are
I S of the Hoard
A. A. MciF.T
fiiuc' to
TnTllIl Snliseril'ei^. %!;il Co.irraetoi': *rim
.3. I'.iycttex ille to l!;i!eii;h. "ill coniMience
oi'er.ition thi' day. with new a !id conif'i';A>le
( oaches. "iiod liorsi's. :ind careiul I'rivei^. -
They ha\e reduc«-d tlie I'.are Iri'lii ^-'ito^L
I’he St.i^e 11.HIM ' are. in I'.lyetteviile, thi' Fav-
etti‘\i!le il itf!, in Halci rh, the ^■.■u•^."r iii;_'!i
' Ilousi-: liiu I’a''eii;rers will tie convi'\c>I to .'uch
I other Houses as tiiev mav select. The Iioni'of
''fiire wil! lie, until further n'^tice, at halt-
|.ast '.t 1‘. .M. from l'ayet;e\iilc. .and at 'J 1’. .M.
fiom Haleieii, liaily. 'I'he sii'^ 'cri^iT.' le j.e, Ly
unii ’ I’ffed .attention, to .'ceure :i li1>t-ral share
i of the tr.av el.
b.WlH McNLii.L.
F.iye!fe\ille, .Ii;’\ 1. l''-')l. 7S-tf
North I'.u'olinian and H.ilci.h i’.e^-'ti r copy
till f. i'l'id.
IMltTId! !
Tliomson's Mental .\r'.thinctic.
'1 iiomsoii's I’ractical .\rithmetic.
Thomson's Hijihcr .\itthmetic. \
TIIO.'ISOX'S Ai:iTiI.'\!i:T]:'S
lune lieeii adoj'ted l)v llemiin-ton an-l Hiitl.ind
counties. \’t.: hy the I’nhlic .Spools i>f the city of ;
.'\. V.. HiooUlvn. New Haven i.nd Hartl'otd. ;
( oiiii.. ;'pi’n.“lield. .M.ass.. .Syr.icitse. .\uliiirii, i
Cenex a. Hutlahi, ( 'leveland. lietroit, \e,, \c., ]
l.y the .'^tate .Noj-lua! .''cliooj, Conn.. Westfield .^, Mass.. and l>y other .\cademies
■ind lli^ih ."1 iiiMils too niiinerous to mention.
^Vill'oti's .luvcnile .\meric:iii llistoiy.
\\ il!s.'n's lli>tory of the I nited St.ites.
\Vill> iu's .\ineriean History, for .'schools.
Newman's rractical System of HI.^ti>ric.
(Iiav 's Llements • a'('hentistiy.
Iliti heock's lileiiielits of (,Jeolojj:y.
.''iii'ti; s I’iiil' s.ipliy.
.‘'Renter's l-.n^’ish ''rammar.
r.esidcs our own l’i:hli'ations, we ’Keep i-o>i-
st.intly on h.and, and aiealw.iys icm I;. to .supply
all the d.tli ient kinds of
S ( I! ( H I I, H () (I K S
I'st. ! in 'iill'creiit Seeti(.ns of the (,'ounfrv:
iu)OK r.ix!)i:in.
W. H.\HI>li: has r.-.-ui.ied tie !!.,ol;
• HitiditiL'- Hil'ine>s at the new Store next
door to Mr. Hea'lev, .lewtdler. v! ere jo- wdl re
ceive anl exe-ute hiiidin-/ in any style h-s’reL
Au;_lisl 1.
(. : : s c
pnlar r.ook.
new' supply of
Si )N,
Sejit. 2';. 1;
Drinii'S Domestic ly/edicine.
A I'l iirilllH Slljtilv. ;u>t •ecciv;
^ i;. '.I. ii.\LF. .V sc
.1 line 1 li, 1 >'’)1.
-11TN.\ InsuraiK-v Com]);my -''f ILnrt-
-Ja. ford, h.-iviii^r paiil the {;i.\ imjiosed >iy the
llevenne Law of the late Lejrislature. will eoii-
liiiue its .\)ieney in I'?i_\ etteville, under the
iii-.sia-emcnt of t!ie nndcrsi;:iied, who jire-
|iared to issue Policies of In^'uranco on l*>uild-
inus or (loods, either' in tlii.'^ Town or in any
j'ait of the St.ite, on proper application, de
scription of' the Property. ,'i;c.
The .]-; i'.N.\ ('O.MP.VNV has lieen in operation
ahi lit ;;n ve.irs. Its is )iii:t00,>00.
'i'he lloii. Thofi, K. Hrace was its first President,
atid lie stili iiolds fiiat oHice; and several ot' its
ill active and etHcient meni-
It iit all times siist.iine.I
ti.e highest (diar.actei' foi- the pnidi'iu-e of its
m-ina^eiiient. and for ihe lilierality with whicli
it has ever .idiusted its losses.
i;. .i. H,\LF, .\irent.
-March lit, l.'^-'ii. oi;-tf
^T!!.'\W CCTTI'H.'^, Corn Shdlers. and a va-
rietv of PloiiLihs and Ploii;ih fiMures, for
sale t.y ‘ " .J. \ T. W AHDILL.
•Ian. 4. •'iotf
^ SrPPL'\ of Fresh Ci-oiind (OHX MK.M,
. kept for .'.ale at the .Mill, l.-ite .Vnderson's.
Criu'iijiir of lloniiuy .niid done )irom)itly,
l';iyet:evi;ie, .M.irch l.'^')l. IJtf
•^.ri'\Hi: \ nil.I.l.VM-^ have removed to the
.'■'toie recently oc( iij.ied liy Mr. .lohn I),
.''t.'ir, oni- iloor west i t .Me-srs. II. Hr.nisoii
.■'on. where the\ h;i\e just received addiiiniis to
tI.e ."'prini: pun ha'cs of .'^t.aple and F.-iiicy 1>H^
(i(!(ll)S. Countiy increhants .are icpie.sted to
exaiaiiie our .'ink.
.1. H. ST\Hi:.
.1. .M, WMA.IAMS,
•Isnie 7, 1.^ .1. 7’>-(f
Works on Pree-Masoury
F.W' M.a.'^onic Tro.''tle-i‘>ojird, ad:i]iicd to tlie
Work and I.oetnres, as? pnietis'ed in the
Lod^e.«. Ciiapfers. ronneils. and Kniainpnients
of Kniirht Templars in the L'nited States, hy
('has. A\'. Moore,
The Free-.MaSon's Mfliru.nT, a eoiiii>rtiio:i for
the* initiateil t?irou}rh all the degrees of .Mii?onr\.
hy Rev. K. f. Stewart,
The True .Mnsofiic f’h.irt or Hieroglyphic
Mtiiiitor, l>3‘ .J, ij. Cro,s.'?,
Tiie Kfee-.Mason's .Monitor, contjiinin" :v ilc-
lineatiun of the fundanieiital prinriples of Free-
M.asonry, operative :ind speenliitive. fts well in ;i
rtdi;:iou.^ as ;i moral \i(‘w, liv Z, M^vis,
For .‘^.ile Iiv F.. .1. HALF i SON
.Mav ;:i ‘ 7*
-I I'll ,\?
M.-J;. K'-i. ) ^
Hit.r. .tr.iiiije. • F ,i vet teviile.
li.ile, L' I
sma: «r v.iiii AKi.i:
lii.medlatclV ti
r.ivettev i!
A. A. McKl'TllAN,
Ajiril I 1, '' '.tf
1 wHl. oil tlie 1 1th day of AiejrU't ne\T.
. Pnhiie S.ale. to the iiij:iie>t hidder on
the residence of the hit" • ol. .lohn
the VC! v VALL AHi.i: iu:al K>T.n i;
\irtue of a Itecri'c of tlu' Hon. th*
l'l‘ju;tv in .lud l"r the Couur\' of
tlMf'pr •
,'%’ifmnrs of thr
the Moct joinery 'ide of the Hiver. coiis st-
in^ of >r\eial 'i'i'.'.ct', coiitainiii'j 1 I or 1500
acr' > in all. 1 lie i.aiid iueliidiii” the tmildin^s.
ftiij'i i\eniei.ts. and the .N.irroW'. will he sold in
lltf ■': ■ i' .1-, ! ti; ■ 'V. i ’ > ; ri i i|. • • ■. l
I- a' e'v. a/1', •^epai'ately,
1 Vi- I..ind is va'uali'e not only on aec"unt ol
the f' l' I'tv and productiveness ot the soil, lie-
ill^ W' .i ad.ilited to the cuitul'e of ('oni.
I'..’ ICC", .'cc.. hut also on .•K C'Hii'.r of the
exce.l''! ' FlSlil'.r.V att.-iched to it at the Nar-
^vilel'= a nuintxr of Shad nia_\ lie
aiinuailv c nv^ht. and the ater Power aflorded
liv t.ili the IliMT at this place, which en
ter] aod c;i] could make useful and \«ro-
itelil- the cteetion of Mills and M:ichinery
I -. iii'tioii, to ,Miy 'Xfi'iit mi;.;ht
I'.I 'ides these c.ljiital adV.!IIt.1 v"e>.
n tieautiful. roiii.aiitie and healthy;
er ll.llile ill e\e,y )- aiit of view,
le credit will t'c “ivcii. the pur-
ill lioiid all ! ;i]itirove.| 'Iireties.
.IAS. L. (.‘a1 NFS, C, .M. I-:.
I-'il. 1-ts
lon.coo Acres \ iiluiililc
'1' I M li i: \i K A N 1) S
^B^HF .''ul'^criher has jmrchased all the Lairls
8. heloniriiej to the F.state of .\'.»rum Hutioj',
dec'd, lyiir.1 in Holn"on county, and
■ ■n hoth sides ..t l.uiiihei Hivcr, ti.e .lifK rcnt siir-
ve\s cont.'iiniii;^
ii)(K0()0 Aci
\ l;ir'.:e piirt tincly Tindii'red,
Luniher Hiver. where a lar^^c
tier is iiow raltt'd to the ('■
ri.e-” are verv vale
and convenient to
iiuantity of Tim-
oijietown market,
itile Viotli for the
'i'inilii r ill.’
lar;:e ]i.:rt
of e ; v
d. ' re
the ■
iu Hlo.rt,
Tv l-.e
!■;.« haviie^ fitted U)i an 1 eii-
[Tin: s
L hiru' d the almvi
prepare 1 t'
• '.II tha^e.
•ntertain traveller;
Housi-. is ,
Turpehiine, for wl.;ei. ]iiujio'.- a
is well suited. Iieiii;^ in a )'ej:iou
wh« re the Tur].ei.tine yiel is a'iundantl>
ill III .any ..rher seetion of the .'■^t.ate. 'I'he I..and'
will he Sold at .1 low prita-. a;id in iiuanti'ies to
suit purchaser.'.
liitormatiou respectiie/ the t.tle can lic oh-
t.iined li_\ applying: to the Ilon. Kohert .'^tran;.re.
Hon. .las. C. I»olitiin. or T. .''mith. Fs [..
■ Viiorneys at Law. i
I underst.and there ai'e manv ti e [i.i'sei s on
these L.'tnds. to all of whom notice is herehy
;riven. the law will he enforced ajr::inst all
s'ich I'fl'enders.
Application for any part of the Land.s can he
nia.h- to ni.\ elf. or t.i .lohn W'in.-,li.w. F.^.).. who
i.- diilv authorised to make sale o‘ the sanu'.
T1!(»S. I. CFHTIS.
Fayettevill,.. ('.. Sept. I. ISTi. 7'itf
Ilrtr Siin/Iit'/ /list I I'll.
tl.SO, liishop Piaseou) s S(*rnions; Tlie \\et'k.
eomprisiii'.r the Last H.iy of the 'Aeek. (he
W \L i:oWl,\M''S Mvtra thie\ Mil]
all'l Cro'.'-cut S \w .'', li ;ilid fe. t.
1». .V W. Me LA CHIN,
No\. l'.», l.s.'ill. P tf
L\.\!) I'OIi SAL!:.
r H^lIF .rt'ei' his F.VP.M for 'rile,
B containiiiL' 71‘* acre' of fine fariiiini: land,
i;iK;r ' l; the K:;'’ side ot Little l’.i,er, in .\|ont-
;:oniei-y coiitify, N. ('., joitiin'.' llev. W. N. Pea
cock .and W illi.tni Hal iwin. ,\ )iait i f the
Farm is in I fai tniiiu' condition, and produ
ces ;^o.i.l ( otton all'l the l.e-t of  orii. Tlie
dwellin;! and outdi.iiisc' are in toleratily ',roo.l
condit'oii, atl’t..rdinLr r'.m 1 r han,l' tiinl
small white fatiiilv. In sli' it, it i' a v.iluahle
Farm, .and as I an: determined t" \\ cst, 1
will >ell low for c.asii or months' time.
HFN.I WilN T. I'.rsH.
.^lc('allum'' Store, .lulv 1. l''.'»l, o '.t
Ijr ITTI.r. Hi er Osna'T-'; 7 and t-1
S J Sheetilej' i!wav> on Inind, and f. r sale :it
I'act. r\ ] rices, te,
.'fVi'.H \ WIl.I.INMS,
.1 inn‘ 7, 1 >'’.1. 7-'i-tt'
(ow im: \s.
HCSIIFI.S COW Pi; \S. For cde I.y
( ooK kV T WLoH.
•liilv I'i.'.i, i-;:w
7 /.•
. i />'(-
., I-I, .III,. . !I i luri‘s,
,V'-., .V-.
l-.s, .loiirnals, I.ed;j;ers, Cash
Piiss Hooks, and
i: Mnj; A X n l M non k
I If All Ivinds.
I 1 TTKit iMTi:. Kil l 1'vi'rn, Ni'i't: evi’Kt;, ,^c.
sl.\t::s Wil pkm ii.s.
Pell' ;ind ill Mel', Ilnvci'.Jies, Ink, I've.. A'e.
Partieiihir attehti..!! V, ill he paid to ell "i-.lers
t rom ( oui;trV .Mei > nis a ii.l pi. v ,i te :ndi vidc.als,
'.■lit hy ln:li!, or ii.ervv i'C. for Medical, .Mis-
ceiiaiie , '. and .''t le oi .and iio j.ailis will
tie r'.aie.l to ci.mptete all sin h .'id.-rs to tlie eu-
tire s.ili't.ietioi, .,t I I C'tioiidents.
M\I:k il, NHUMAN \ C(1.
I'.i.' Hio.idway, .Nc'v Vot'.i.
.1 line 1 s.*.I.
rHlii!; Cop:,rtners!,ip of i:.all ,v iL li will ex
si. iiire on the 1st of .\iiiriist ne';t, .-in ! in .'r-
der to close the r .n.eni, we oi\r our (.iM'ii,''
■it HHliCl'i.ll PH|('H.''. Th •':e wishio- t.. iiia'.^e
purchases i n very t.iv-.ratile t'fms, v\iil d.i well
to ;:ive us a call, a> we an- iK-tei niinc'l t i .-ell
off our entire .'■^tock.
W p will a''!! sell t!i(‘ .'store and Lot oecllj !ci]
liV oiii 'elv c-i.
-\!so, the livvellinjrand W :iridi. usi' in tlic rear.
Also, one Teiie;jient in the Hrick How, now
occupied hy H. I*. McNeill,
Ml or any part oi'the .'.ho'c I’roperty \' ill he
(.fl'ered at ] rivate .'ile nniii the 1st .\ii :i;.'t. and
if not soM then, will he iHere 1 a! Ar.e!;e!i, and
due ni.rice iriven,
Peis. It' desii-.iiis of jairch.-is'ui'r, e::n pet Har-
■ja;..' tiv calliim lij.on tlic uleler.'i•_:ie.'.
i;.'.:.:, \ ii
Ma-. I". 1>"‘1. 7!tf
Dissoliiticii of Gopartnertliip.
'^ilM tina of \ iicd'ar l vv;■.^ tl.isdav
■ lie IS :;Ktl;.irizC'
•I nsetit. .1. C. Hlo. k-
ttle th'- ;.H.-.irs of t!ie
I. ( . P.LoCKi;!!.
i. W. i;l LL.VHl).
s'.i. 7 1-tf
I’so withdr.ivvs froui
ol.hri'u', line ’J, 1
i’. —(i. ^V. I’lirai 1
the fnaii of H. ('ullireth \  o.
•I. C. I’docker and H. ( i.'lhre’U will cantinne
li;e firiii unde’- th.e na’ae and style of 15. ('ulhreth
.V Co., al ('ed:’ r ('reck.
.li's'r i'!Msiu:i),
H"MC!!T .M:W P.rcciFS,, two sec
h..nd. F'lr s.ilc I'V
‘a. McKllTHAN.
.1 mie 'J. 1 .'S.'il. 7 1-tf
i> \ \
\ -I,
S !' \ IN-MI LU:!I,
Tax Lists—Save
he Li't re-
oileiirii, of
avis, rcadv
! the,
I]feHlNTi;i) A'f I'll IS OFFICII,
a Ta'iiihir List, co]>ied fj. i
ci'ivc'l fi'ie.ii the Treasury oHici
everv thin;.r t.-i.xed iiii'l' T ll e .''t:i
I'M- f/!'ii;: up, 1 o which is ,a 1 h
wliicli every j.erson t ixed is re.;itii
.'••riti.i. All a j.jilicalile t i other couir.i.s v. v
as thi'.
.tr.Iy I I. ’^'1.
siioc'i'o siMnx(;s.
V»'am*n Ti.
rw-^fiF r
JB- ofthe
sjaniscANT t.i
Q le.hler- .f t!i.
V (in^nl I'll
1 a ies..!ii;ioii
).e I'ear N'
••.•ei|;;ni!i.;,.. Cl'll-
■r to or from
llOP.'T .McNAr.15,
.-re Co., N. C., I
.May l>'il. >
M\LC c‘v ri:.)i\Li: school.
rglllF of th'- su’i.serilier. as.',istcd tiy
.a .'li.'-^ Cecilia A. Potter, of Mi.ldlet.ury.
A ermoiit. will tie rc'ume.l on Tiies l.iy. Kt ot
J.iiv III t. Hoard for any iiuniher of student.s,
can ''_'. !!en in the vili:i*re, at >S7 p>-r iii'.nth.
Tu:t:"i; Ix-retoforc, vi/.; (liicidental.s included. i
Fir: t Day
'i'he Lands
tal Tr avel.
of the Week, the Week Comph-ted.
of the .Moslem, a .N.-imitive of Orien-
The Path of l.if-, hy Hev. Mi-nry \.
Tom Hacijuet. and his three Maiden
1 tie.- IVi-.diiiient.'. per .-'ession.
.lii' niatic'. Fiiiilish (oainmar.
I . .v- ..
I ll (Ireck Laiign:iges,
*11 the Piano,
': instriiiiieiit.
I r
' I; 'i l,:il!gliage,
ng, Ni-eille-vvork, \c..
, Principal
Siihiinervilh-. N*. .June 1, 1 ■'i
•”»1, 7o-
2 m
11UI»S, jirinie Mtl..\S.''F.S, for i:ile hy
. I"".!. off
J-HS. I.,.\ |;i», for sale hv
11. HP.ANSON ‘..S: SON'.
•Inly IL 1-tf
S.-, Iii:\VAiiTr
^^TH.111) fioiii the SiibiScriher’rf I’lantation,
on the Fast hide of ('npe Fear P.iver, 11
liiile: helow Favettt*vi!!e, on the‘J'.tth •liiiie liist,
»1 -aiall i:.\> .\i.\HE, ,i.hout H! years old, with
u star in the forehead, hhick inane and lar;rt;
^I'- ivy tail, witliout shoe.s; some white i-jiots ou
hack, )ii-oduced hy the s:iddle. A reward
l ive Iiiilhir.s will he p:iid for the delivery ot
iiie M ;re t'l me, or Two l)olhirs and. Fifty ('entJi
for any information tlmt will lead to tl)« re
covery. J. p., L.VN'i:;.
.Inly 10. -t-otvvpd
I* OK S AU:.
ONF SF'r S.\WMli_i, (iK.\HIN'(i, includiiij£
.'in exeelk'ut Lo;; Cliiiin and ('rank.
Apply to
M. V. .lONF.H,
.\itilts, FtiijUefte for l.;idies. |lo. forOentle-
iiieii. The I’saliiiisf ami .'-iiii.plenient, P.iifler's
Iludihras, Plutarch's Lives, .Madam P»; hmd.
liv Al'liott, l»ieiioii!irv' of Quot.-itions, l.atin.
I'rench. \c. I'nioii Hit.le Hictionarv. i’.urns'
Wiilks. Poetiyof riowers. Fhua s Interpreter.
Hook K(-epin^. School P.ooks. \c.
.May o, IS.'-,].
Mi:('U.\N!(’AL IU)()KS.
A PPLFTON'S .Mechaiiie.s’ .Ma^'a/.ine; P..T-
/m den's Foi'iiiula-foreonstriictin^r Hail Hoad.s;
Wijrhfwick’s Hints to .\rchit-ets. liy Hi.wninjr;
Minifie'.s Mechanical Ilravviii" Hook; .Nlah.iii's
(’ivil Fn;rineerin.:r; Hourne s ('atechism of tlu-
Ste:im Fn;iiiu‘; .Mill-W'rijrht's nii.h-; .\merican
House Carpenter, hy llatli'.-l l: .Mecli.'Uiic's Own
Hook; .Mechanics Text Hook; Catiinet M:iker
and I'pholsterer's Compji’iion; P.uilder's Com
panion: J)v er and ('oh.r Mak(-r .s ( oiupanion:
Painter, (JihJer und Varnislier’s Cotnpaiiion.
il, .1. HALF \ S(»N.
Greensborough, N. C.
rH^HF ne.\t Session of this Institution vyill
coiiiiiieiice on .Monday, .Inly i.
On application to the Prini-ijial. circular!: will
he forvvardeil. pivinir all neee.'sary inlorinatiili
reKpecting the School.
UlCllAIU) STK1:LIN(!. .\. .M..
(iiiv. .1. ?>I, MuIIK}*kai>, Pi-opiietor.
.Iitne 17, 7(i-10\Vi,'l
South. U ' Conn r froin th: Court Houa^',
The Hiil)>eril*or resitectfully iu.
forms the inhabltiiiitii of this conunu-
uity, und the travelling puhlic in pcn-
^eral, that he has liecoine Proprietor of
the AN'S(>N HoTKL, formerly tiwned l»y .Mr.
West, wliere he will hi; happy to acconiniodate
his guests iu ii style that eai.not I'a'il to
WailcsborougL, July 1, 1“-31 2-jjt
sali:m rAiM:u-MiLi..
^H'^ilF. siil,.’nt>er has taken char;ie ot this old
H and well known r.'fahli.'iimcnt, ah'l is ) rc-
parcd t.i :ittei;d to all orders for
PrinliMu' l’:i|)(*r, McrcliMHts' and
i';icl(ti’V \\ rii)»|»iiiLr. iVc.
TIh- Mill has re-ently tieeii th"rou"hly refitte.l
with new machinery, and the sut.x-riher helieves
he can tiiri:ti>h P;iper of as -^oo.l .juaFuy and at
as cheaji prieei. a» can lie piircli.isi'd any where.
N’oi th or South.
.''alem. .tune 7. !.'*‘il. 77tf
;’>(i(i(i ft. .\s!ie Lunilier for Wajrons. 1.'. to ;; im-hes
:;iii'0 ft. .'-^ernii.ned Oak Lumlier. 1 { to im-hes.
1(1(111 ft. W hite Oak and Hickory, tor .\\letre(-s.
](Hi(i ft. Wliite Oak for Tonjiucs. P.olsters and
ha ft s.
llMi I’ost O.ik llutis. for Carts and Wagons.
•_'(»(i) Spokes.
For which the hiirhi-Ht cash price will he paid.
,\l>plv soon to F. FI F.LFH.
.May P.t, 1S.')1. 7li-tf
rB^HF eoi i.-irtnership heretofore existiie.r un-
8 ih-r the nanu- of.). A. Howland \ i.x
this dav dissolved hv mutual consent.
' .lolIN A. HOWLANI*.
.lolIN C. ,M(»oHF.
'I'lit' UM(I»M'siu;iictl Will continue
the tiiisiness of the late firiii, at their fornicr
Stand in Lumtierron, under tlo- style of K(iW-
L.\NI) \ .McK.NV, when- floods of every ile-
sci-iption (-an he hoii;.dit on tin most rea.sonahle
.loHN' A. It(»WL.KNl).
(ilLliFHT W. .McK.W.
Liinihcrtoii, .Iiily 1, is.'il. itf
7s- It
( illiljKlinf.
of the 'toe'k-
vi'_Mti":i ('oin-
I'aiiy. at their ecneral meetinir. .M:iy;;n. IS.'I,
notice i> !n'reli_v iiivi-n. ;r. i.i ;i:el alt'-i th?
I't ,\i;;:i:'' next, .id :ir:li.e>. c.milao.l tie-,
pri'iiiii-e. ;tooi1>. w.irc' an l niel''
veye-1 upon the ('a).(-
I'av cTteviile to o|- f rom .-iiiy ]".’nt iiitci iiiC'iiate
I'Ctweeu 1'a V t-t:ev ioi- and l!niili,L.:oii. ali'l ('i
If ti'oiii 'v\ ilmiii;:toii ■ to or fr"Ui :.n_v |'"int he-
tuccil till- mouth if Hlae! Kiver anl Fi.vitte-
ville. 'h.-ill he sul.jei t to tolK. at the rate of
twelve ali'l one |i:ilt pet- centillii on tiic :imoiint
ot lrei:^hl ciiiir:ied. ex' cpt ;irticles conveyed ii].-
"11 1 :.Us. Wo..,', liats. ali'l el af! uiidi r the liurtheii
of t,'ii tolls; and whin Ihe I,oat owner i> tln-
shijiper or ovvii(-r of the ].ro|ier(y shippcl. the
Fike t'lll shall he (har:re 1. to-wit; twi-jve and
one half I'l-r centum upon tlie custoni.iry rate of
f'reiiiiit c!iaii:cd upon such artichs as may he
shij'].ed. I'roiii aial after tiie 1st i^if Anjriist
I'S.'il, the (>w iii'rs, ( apiaiii' or .\^clits of all
tioats not lui'h r ten t- ns then, mi\ijraiinv:
the Hiver hctweeii the mouth of P.lac'K Hiver
:iiid Fayetteville, are reiuired to furnish the
Toll ('ol'ector at W ilniiii^itoii with a li>t. oii oath,
as prt-'criht-d hy law. of the .-imouiit of ficiuht
charged, or of the est’.m.ited
shipped tiy till- (Inner.
ISotii-e is also “iven. that l lio
heen appointe.I Toll ( ollector at ilniington.
and jiaymeiits of tolls U|.'.n :ir'.icles conveyed
from aiiv point tiehiw F,i v etteville to or fr.nii
Wilmington, are to t.e nia.h- to him; and the
aforesaid lists of freight f iiriiislu'd to him. .\11
otln r payments to he made, as heretofore, to
(ieorge .McNeill, (icneral .\gent,
.lolIN 11. H.VLL, I’resident,
.June ;’i(t, l^-’il. jS-t1.V
admimsruA'i'oir.s saij:.
r ■II F, Suhsci-iher, hav ing fak(-n out Special
JL Letters of .\dniiniy(ralioii on the Fstateof
Ur. Thos. N. Canierou. deceased, will sell, on
.''aturdav 2d of .\u'.riist. all the H( >1 .'-'FIH )l.l)
.\N1) Ki rcIIFN 1-i HNITI HF,
Terms, ('. months credit.
.I .\S, (i, COI >K, .\dmf,
.luly IJ. I.'^'.l. »-oi
tin- re';:
pi't'e aTllli
rB'Sl'I."' 'ieli^lit;'ai Suianii i-:• treat
U. for the re c) tioll ot co;i'.-,;!liy.
dial !'ioj.,Tt'es ..f' tiie vv:i'er, aiai
phere, ,.i!'eiiiiT iniluceiiicnts to lnv.ii;d.-
a' Well a' tlfo'C se.-king ple:is:il e and tin- I I e
S'TVati'.n o! Ill';,'Mil. lueliu: 1 he U;anv inil.V-.\e
li.eiil>. ;;re I v. , neuly fittcl ii,- iialld:,^ IhiiiM^;.
Tin-' ;li I (' ,' i: ' ••ire Tie.-.t .■•ii.l v.e!l fi;;-
n!sl'cd. .\ .d r.;i.i of Mu.'ii- in t
tendance; a plentiful -' 'f !ee. ihe ! .■.'' t.) ple.ise, ;it ni^"le|-ate l.iti’.'"f a
I'i*: INS; K.VN( !•:.
ii'ii-rsigiied ini' heen ap.iointed .\gent
Nortii C:irolina .Muiual Life lii'ii-
r.inee t ■iiiiij,:,ny. Fve; y mem'.ier f or lil' partic- ^
i^ ;itc.' in the protits of the ('omp.-.ny; and the '
aiiiiUr.l jil'L !!.;i;i;i t r b'e no ird.ei'.'hi j.. v, c ;t i
ai:ie!;i.!.' to n;:ii or i;ii i'c, niay la paid onedi.-ili i
ill c .'h. a'.iil the I ’’c.ev h;,lf in a lu t,- CJ months. I
lieliti 1'" lives m.iy i.e iiisuri i l>y ci editors, j
\ i.::;ii iiTiv ii;.'ii:e iiis own life fi.r the exclusive
1 .ne;it 'f iil.^ f.iinilv. 'i'he ii\es of slaves m:iy |
I.e iusiii'cd. !
This system i r.:] 1 lly gT-owin-r into favor, .-ill j
over till' '.-ivili/i d v.url.!. it is one hy wliicli a |
f-imily. for i sma’l sum ai'iiuallv, nia.y I.e ]
vii’ied tor. :;!!• r the d.'ath ot its head, on win
exeriioiis il’ y i:.;; . h ive l eeti dependcr.t fo|
/>// Hoolc or hj/ (^rotilt.—tlf-tr(ie-
timi cansoil hv th^* Hre in l/iinlcn A. J ►.
1 (it)(), (.liu'irijr whii-h sniiie linusis,
I'^e. were* luinit ti»»vrn, in very iiuiiiy ca.^es
(ililitenited all tlic liumnlary marks rW|iii-
site til (iL-toniiiiie tlio i‘.\tv-iit of Ijind, ami
t-M-ii tlie very sites iiceu|iii-il liy ImiMiiiusi
]irevi(Hi.s td this terrible visit;itiun. ^\'he^^
till! rnliliish w;is rcmuveil, ninl the hiinl
clrareil, the (lisjiute.s ttinl ciitan^le'l tlaiuis
Ilf; hoiise.s liail been destroyed,
hnth jis to the jio.sitioii atnl extent of tin ir
jiri.jiei'ty, jminiiseil not (Uilv intenninahlt*
iieciip;itiiin of tlu'conits of law, })ut luudi-
the- far niiire si-riniis evil of dclayiug the
nbaildiiio; i.f tlie city iintil these di^pute.s
Weie settled, ifievittihle. itnpelled hy the
ni-eessity of cdiniiiiT to :i more sj.ecdy set-
fli-iiiriit of ihcir resjieetive  laims than
could he hoped for IVoin leptl j-rdoe.s.s, it
was (l(-ti nniiK-d tli;^t the elaims and infer-
e.-t of nil pi-rsons eoneenu-d should he re
ferred to rli(‘ jttdoiin tit and deeision of two
of the most (‘xj ci ietiecd land stirvevors of
that (l;iv—men who had heen thoroiifrhlv
ai |Uainted with Loniioii jirevimisly to the
t’.rt—iiiid, in older t> e.seape from the nu-
iiieroiis ;ind v; evils whieh more dehiy
oce;ision, that the deei.sion of these two ar-
Li:r;itois sli'iuld he uiid hiiidin^. 'J'lie
surveyor:; appointed to determine the rights
of tlie'. arioiiselaimaiits wi-re Air Hook and
Mr. ( ;oi k, who, hy tlie jiistieo of iheir de-
eisi'in.s, -ave genci'al .''jifisfactinn to the in
terested p.iities, and hy (licir Sjieidy de-
tcniiiiiation of the d.iierent claims ](Crniit-
ti-d tile !i'l>ni!uinr of (he eity to juoeeed
without the delay, ILonee arose the
s;iyiiio- ahove ji;oti‘d, iistitilly applied to the
eAti ieation of jierson.sor things from a dilii-
I eiilty. The above tmeedotu was told the
otlii r i-veiiino- liy an old eitizen itpward:> of
li-h'y, by no mean of an imaoinative tem-
]K'r;;uicnt.—omf Qiierirs.
The of' J*/(!■(s in Amcrlto.—
()!t looking over tlie lu \v Ofiieial list of
I’ost ()tii(-e.-5 in the l’nited Sf;tte.s, .'ays the
Trlhonr, We find most remarkable instaiices
of rejietirion in tin' ii:iiiiing of |ilace.'—•
going to illnstr.ite tliat poverty of jmagina-
tiou with whieh we are souietiiues charged
h\ di.sei'imin;itintr foreijfriers. The same
I ]ii'oei'>:
■ "aeilie
ha.s alie;idv eommeneed on the
Cippoit. It
ev cn if one s’
l.ife p.•I:. '-,
ueccss.ii v l',!;i
a good inve'liiiciit of nioni \.
!■! I've long .-ifter t..king out a
n; lanatorv i-iuu.hhtx. an I the
■1 on apniie.-ition.
F.'.I. II.M.F.
'.,m;lie,' ].'-r le.onth. each
I i-r v\ e
Per da;
CliiMri'ii under
.1 UIll
.•■sjo oo
■k. •• 7 Oil
■J. aii'l Ser' ;iM*s. l-al.' piicc.
•".X.MrFL C.\l.' IlHT.
7-‘.-t 1
.lulv 1.
H.\(;s W.'iNTF!'.
\ MMl I!VS" .
do Imperial.
I’.i (illllliowder,
do OoloV,.::. a:;^l
II\>oii T!l.\,~, i 'M:]e’;oi i
- \!.S(> -
('!,■..• H;;i ley, Salad ( HI, Mii-
Powo'crs. .Vc. F;ir s..le tie
S.V^i'L .1. l!i:
.\pril .
^ ^ Po
■!' \Lil.
II. i;k\N"0N
amount, when
s. C. Worth
0 jri'.LIC iii.tice is hereliy given, that tin-
S Hooks of ftii-i Coni|iany are now ojien to
rv'ccivc su’o^eription' of 'ti ck; :ind will rcnniiii
open until further iiotii'' is given,
Hy order of the I’.oard of I'-recf..! .
.1 line o( t. 1 So 1. 7^-1 '.V
C.'irolinian copy 1 nionth.
wanD::> to *U)U!M)\V.
r. V :i fcrr.i of five yp:iis.
J V. V ti S' i; 1 --..c’:rity giv en. In-
.11 V
Coast, and their i’ortlands, 3iil-
j vcmkies, jiiid Xe\v ^ ork^-of-the-l*aeilii;
; Usurp the |il:ice of more ajiproitriato and
■ enj'li(iniotis nann s. The great lack of in-
; voiitioii whieij this eonstaiit rejietition
inij'lit'.s. i.s shown hy the avidity with
Iv.hivh new n;;mes are a].]irojiriat('d. Foi
' insfanei', there :ire now I) Killmorcs and
! 1 1 J'r ni'lilts, 'J'l'.ere are only 7 I’otigh-
, .;;;:!-li. ailys, but j;ad (I’-in r;;i 'J’.i\ lor lived
: to the ]iresent tinn-, the mimber -\vould
I h;ive been mueh larger.  If other uatimral
; uanies, thete Me ^\'ashingtoiis, l24
i I’i-.itiklins, 1.') .Ji-iiersons and 1/1 Lahiyettes.
■ 't iiere are (,\ nf rev illes, ’^.1 S'priiigfields,
I 1 7 .^laiielu steis. and o\ei ;.n hundred other
names, given lroi,i six to twenty-five times
to dillercut I'laees .scattered thro’dgli the
c ' ♦ r; ri rs ^ -
•y -4-'4 ’3 9'
ti rc't :i'.inua!lv or s
.X'Micss letter to
• ilMIC l-'^-’.I ,
(1 1
.\. P>., a::d leave at th;
M’AV !
Works of Alex
.it 'i'ho I'emale -les;
Fatnih; Tin- Ni^rhtinga’f
ster; Tlu- Complete .\n;.;ler. tiy V. altoTi i'; Cotton;
The Coiirsi-of ('rea lion, hy.liio, Anderson, I> I*,;
Tales from .''hakspe;ire; The Cryst:il Fount, a
ehoice collection of 'l'eiir,ierMnec Songs; Pictorial
Sh.'ikspcare; .\ Pastor s Sketches, 'ny Spencer;
I'ayetteville on Hay street, neaily opjio- 'I",,),, liaci(iiot and his thn-e .\laideii .\unts; Mar-
ite the .Methodist Fpiscojial Church, for tin.' ,«^c, .hi't received.
'ri KPivN'nM: sruj-s.
'^IIF Su'.seiihers have ioc.ited t’.H'nisclves
An e.veh;nige paper says the following
aetitally oeeuired iu the e;!rly part of tiie
I'feseiit eentt;ry:
A letter e.ime to the Tost Offiee at l!ieh-
mond, ^ irginia, direct(-d “To My Mammy,
living ii> the City of Jtichmond.” A day
or two after, a little lierei' looking oM w*>-
m:!ii stuck her he-id iji at the I'ost Office
leiiny Lind Song- | window, and eallitig to the yctmg man in
till' office, said: “.\!istor, i.s -^'ou irot arr;i
letter here, from my .■'on Jonnyy” “Yi-sl”
said the ytmg m;;n, handiu',r her the h (-
;ind.-r liamilt'.n, 4
iit, or the .''py i
in all its
).iir|iosc of prosecuting their tiii.sines;
hranches, |
Tur]ientine or other .''tills in-ide to order and '
warranted to work well: ami all kinds of work |
proiiiiitlv' done in ('OPPFH, HH,\.''.'', STFM!.,
IKO.N. >;e.
Locks nu'de or i'c]i.iire l. Hell h inging, mak
ing or )-(. p;iiring ot' Pnni;'S. and repairs ol ;ill
kinds in this hr.ineh th.inkfully received and
promptly executed.
(irders are earnestly solicited, w ith an assu
rance that if a thorough knowledge' of their hu-
siness :ind an earnest desire to ple.ise will give
satist'action, none shall he dis'.itisfied.
.him--JS. 1S.-,1. 7>i-lin
.1 vme 7, 1 S') 1.
1W1LL give on*- hundred dollars for the aj.-
].rehetision and -ontimnient of .\NI*EHS(>N
and .IFHHV in any jail so that 1 can get them j — - . ^ -
again, or fifty dollars for either. 1 will j [C/^Owilli^ tO lllC ticaUl ol t llC
give ^100 for proof of any responsible person's j {-..rjin,,, \!,eiif of the Henrietta Steam P.oat Co,,
hart.oring said negroes. They raniiway from ^ p,,t .j-inuary,
my plantation in Moore county on the lOth of j,),,ped in my hands f -r sottle-
Feh'y lust, nnd are thought to h^ lurking ahont \]] j,arsons having iinseffled accounts.
1('» or 17 miles uhovo  iirthagc on Deep liiver. ,.e(|uested to come forward and settle, as it
thri.ngh the edge of Moore and corners of Chat- | necessary to close nji the old hooks a.s
That \. i^KDWIX 1'-'*"' >">'1 Anderson is about ^ooii as pos.sitde. *
If in Troy '>l'b (> bright mntatto, about o feet t or 1{(»P.T. .lOIlNSoX.
*’ H inches high, well proportioneil; has an (.pen Favetteville. .Ivoie 1;>, l.'s.'il. 7i'i-('ivv
coiniteiiaiice, and is ipiile pliiiisihle. It is he-
. ... ... lieved that he will endeavor to pass for a free
businessiiiits various tiiaiich- , ^ .. * i, i .t
man imd csuape to ii tree State, as he had a
NO'i'ic i:.
rHlIli'i Snl'scri'.er haviTig jualitied as F.xecu-
.fi_ tor to the F>tateof .Mis. Henrietta Canip-
1h-II, :it .'dai-eh Teim, I>-.‘)1, ot' the ( oiirt of Pleas
and (Jinirter Sessions of Cnniber]:Uid county,
liere’ov notifies all jiersoiis indetited to s:i;d Fs-
tate to make immediate [.aynn-nt: ;ind all Iniving
claims against the same, to jiresent them within
the time prescribed by law, or this notice will
he ]ileaded ill ti;ir of their recovery.
M, V. JoNFS, Fx"cutor.
.March 10. IS-'.I, ('..itf
I.KT IT l!K Iv.N’OW.V,
h.-is loeateil him.--
on the i;ooT .\NI» SIlOF
aiic»- of the same.
tpi I... 1 (■ mail aiiu eovjiiiiv: lo ii- iivi > ......
e,s, I.iii u " ^ who plaved the same game. Jerry is
he hopes to ment iv uontmu- ; ^ 21 .‘.Id, •'. feet H o,^ -1 high.
stout built; has a down look, particularly when
1 spoken to, and id rather impudent. Said ne-
init o , ■ '1 . • groes fornierly belonged to Jolm li. Hitter, in
P. S. All those in arrears to lledwin ic Me- ^ upper end of Moore county.
Hue will please call and settle as soon as jiossi- j information (ourit be mhlresscd to the
•>le- :*riber iit I’ockct 1’. O., Moore county, N. C.
NO'riClv—All Accounts due
the Merohant.-j’ Steamboat (’ompaiiy, t'.r F'reiphts
up to the loth inst., must be promptly paid to
the luidersigned, as muoh tinic ciinnot be given
to the collection of the same.
J. .S: T. W’AI>D1LL, late Agents.
Fayetteville, .Jan. 27, ISol. 5*itf
Jilanks of all
For sale at this Olficc
April 12, IH.jl.
Oxford I'ctiidle College.
rniHE First Session of thin Institution will
Jl commence oil Monday the 21st ot JUIA,
eiiHuhig. ■
It is very lesirable that 1‘upils who expect to
cuter the College sh'.uhl l»c present at tLo opeu-
ing of the Session.
order of tl;^ Exf-' ’i*i’'t Committee.
(j'il'orJ, X. C., J't’.v -'-'i 78-lw
KI.NC nnd .V. McMlLT.AN have entered
• into copartnership in the Itistillery of
Turpentine, and have erected a Still on the j sirous of makin
West side of the Favetteville and Western Plaiik n^s
A V«\lual)le Farm for Sale.
^HF .'-'ubscrilii r ofiers his F.VH.M lor sale,
ituafcd on the cast side of I'dg Coh.irie.
known as th- Majoi-(lUin Moldey jilace. con
taining PI'.''.' .\eres. The land is in fine condi
tion fer tilling, and brings the vi-ry best of corn.
Tlu- dwelling and out-houses an- all in very line
condition, the greater part of them iiiiving been
lately refKiireil. (^n the farm iln re is a saw and
grist mill, which allords a h.indsome income;
there is always ii ready sah- for the, and
at a good ].rice; corn sells readily at the Iiigtiest
market price, without removing it.
I will .sell the al)ov* at a bargain, -is I am cic-
toy, wiiioh w.i.s tVo\n lu r son Joniiy.
A letter from liondon in the Do.^^ton
Traveller says there is a register kept in
the (ihiss I’alace, in which all our coun
trymen who visit tlia Kxhibitioii are re-
ijucsted to inscribe their nnnics. 3'hc
Iluu. Abbott Jjawrc-uce’s name hcad>j the
list. l>y this register there a]ipear to
have been tifteen hundred American.-,
to the 2sth .June, to visit the i-'air.
Chii fjicifirf Jlolt njul t]i“ I^foph' t.—
llolf having committed one of the brother
hood of ].retep.‘Ied propbot.-, called .lohn
.‘vtkin.s, to take hi.^ trial for .seditious Ian
gu;ige, another named I/u.-}’ culled at the
chief justice’s in IJedford Ivow, an 1
desired to .see him. S' rrcint. Oly L .rd
is unwell toii.iv, andeannot see company.’
]jn!/, (in a very .solemn: ff.r.c ) ‘Actjuaint
your m;ister that 1 must see him, for T
biitig a me.'.'agc to him fn-ni th‘,* Lord lod.’
The ( hicf ju'jfiee, li jving ordered Ijsk y ift
atid denuinded his business, w:is thu? ad-'
dressed; ‘I conu‘ to you :i prophet from tln^'
Lord (rod, who has sent mo to thee, ami
would have thee grant a nal!'' proxfffv! for
Pioad, H miles from Favetteville.
N. K1N;.
May',1.—71tf A. McMILLAX.
Sampson Co,, .hnie 1 I, If'ol.
Atkins, his servant, wlio,,. thou has
ent to r»ris(»n.’ C.,/. ‘Thou art a false
If the L'.rd
K to buy 20.0fH> barrels Tiu')ientine.
GOOD HANDS, at 75 ets. ]>cr d»y. on
^9 * r the Southern l’l»nk Uoad. Steady
employment and cash payment weekly, if re-
iiuircit, Applv to
At the Steam Mill, or io
Juu,c :i3, 1851 [77-tf] Fayetteville.
RocM per Steamer and for sale,
B15LS. Crushed and Uefiried .SL’G.VR,
1 eliest tine Hyson Tea,
-S casks best l.oudon Porter. pint^otTi,
4 eases superior old Port Wine,
1 cask .Madeira Wine,
r> hhds. Cuba Molasses.
June 21), 185i. 77tf
jsrophet, and a lyincr kmive.
God liad sent tlieti, it 'wouM h;tvc been to
the Attorn* V General, f'jr he knows that
it beiotigeth not to the chief justice, to
grant a nol/f' j>rosripii-^ but I, as chief jus
tice, can grant a ^varrant to con'.mit thcf
to bear him sompany.’ Thi.^ wa.s imme
diately done, and both prophet;- were con
victed and pi’idshed-’'
“/■'/ca.Si/;v.s ImO''/!yiftfiOH."—I’rofe."
TUPvEE House Sei-vants go^l sr-miFtrcsses ' ha=i prononuecl
.„d,v.«hcTs. UD o,,i.«nn lk,t hy.lripl,ol.;.|, ^
3Iay 2-J.

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