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1 T1 rM.LECTOR L1SC0LTI COUN
j We are authorized ;io announce Ira
Y nnutliitja catdidate for Tax Collector
of: Lincoln Couuty, for 1853.
authorized I to annonnce
c.luipicn Douibit.fof the 2d
a caiJiaate ir i v,..Cv,. . -
County, for l$53."i . ' , -
OCT Advertisements must he handed into
iIjSj O.Ticcj by1 Tuesday Morning, insure
nwicnfanee in the lullownig 1 oyer,
Neatly rrinlcd Blanks
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Constable, ind Justice s blanks jusi pruu-
i, and for sale at our dc$k-hcop.
'&7 Adverisc.ineuts are ir.scned ioOie
crUer in which tliey arc ItanUoa in.
Liccola Kaiilrond j
On las- If riday, seycrajl ot our eit-
i2cns accompaniou mv. ouiu.joiu,
the Winchester and Al-
allama llailrbad, on an exploring tour, j
in search of the most direct practica
ble route for the contemplated RaU
roiid from Ifayettcville to the Hock
Spring. .In a conversation with' o'ne
of, them, we j learned that a more de
sirable location than the one offbrejd
through tlie! section they traversed,
coiild scarcoly bc found anywhere.
AVe did not ienquire as io the precise
direction tlicy j pursued, but under
stood that .lifter ptLing Mrs. Jljhlnr
so)is, Esq. )!'?. B. and Col. Jlhais,
e-nll -Andre Buchanan, Esq.'s. they
parsed to he river at iur. 'Alex.
BM's mil1, whero they crosscu,
and thence in by Indole. D. Bras
toU'c Ilocl Spring. Of -course, fie
track fur t ic Railroad will not be
gojerned hj tho course j:hey traveled
but it will ike the most direct and
casily-consl ructcd route through the
farnis to be passed. Tho one re
! vicived encounters but few obstacles;!
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IrfMnrr vor.rH' ItVeL it WOUia SCCU ,
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froin all we
caivgAthcr, that a cheaw
cannot be built in Ter-
ncssee, tharj the one proposed to Ifcte
Rock Spring. Mr. SanSford pronj-
iscd, when he leR on Friday, U re
(Thursday) and examine
tile Arrangement N
The foliolviiig is the basis, of trade
;tcd by nearly all of our mer
its, by ihich to bo governed in
future. What will lie the efiect, 01
sepdraiing the Crocc y from the DrV
'Goods busir.er, we a -o Anable to dj-
tcrmiue. We bclievfc they are scp
rate1 in ail cities, and! that the sepa
ration proves a convenience to pur
chaser and teller. Should this prove
to lie case here, and we can purchase
our 'Goods and Groceries with less
moneys of ciur?c the people can have
no object iorj la tho proposed altera
tion: ' For br part, we feel gratified
Wvdi the experiment is about being
think it will work vvtlli
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ofiFaycttevillc, Tennessee, -a gree to
eet:irate the Dry Goods' from, tie
Grocery business;' and such of us as
cohfnuie td purchlisc Ury uooa;
pledge I ourselves to make, no lfion
' nrr?i:isies5 tf Sucar. Coflec, Molafe'
' sei!SalL orjlronj and such as (jo l-
"tinue Id purchase the above nameu
flrficles of Groceries pledge tlicm
-; fieives to mrjke no more purchases 6f
. . jjry uoous, jiiaruwary, Atvb m
Rasps, and Wagon Chains,) Hats,
Ro'ots and Shoes and to soli Groce
ries at the ljjwcst possible rates.
A Bonquet ' ' '
Our thanks are due some fair lady,
fbrl'onecf the prettiest and. most
tasteful bouquets of the season. W?
don't know Who we are indebted to
.for this bejiutiful ornament to our
c sanctum; nevertheless, wc-tender our
( eineerc thanks. J "i;
rresidcntl Fillmore has tendered
Ihd-'officd of Judge, in the Tcrritorj
of 'Utahjto Col If. R Kcrdicval, of
this place. ; i !
' We i are ngain placed under obliga
tidlisto Hon- Geo.' Vf Jones for use
ful papers. , '
Our Report, to-day, is unusually
fchok' The last mail due, before our
froin-'to nress-from which we always
jnake up ourj commercial news-failed
almost entirely. We received about
one-fourth opr complement -oi papers.
T)4 letter n ail missed altogether.;
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' " T7T H "; I I u.w-;,. A r UVIdv miner I . DrT V. V. M'Nl
II. Well , requests us to say,
that in1 consequence of tho new mer
cantile j arrangement, which wc pob
lish to-day, he will; hereafter jell his
Dry Goods at cost. Go and gee.
' Efforts have been made for a year
or two inast bv the covernmeut to
obtain a census of the Indian popular
. t,l.:i TT. SfntAS.
juwu uow iuuamuub w. -
Jjy tne accounts ireceiveu . irum me
census afents, and information de
rived from qther sources, it is ascertained-that
the entire number of In
dians inhabiting all parts of our coun
try amounts to 018,000. Of this
number, 49,000 is I estimated as in
habiting the unflxplored territories;
21.100 bcloncW to the tribes living
in New Meiico; 32,231 are in Cali
fornia; 22,733 are in Oregon; 11,UU
in Utah. Many Of the New Mexican
Indians are civilized,-and have fixed
habitations and towns.
A Tegular row! recently occurred
in n dnnco-house at St. Louis. - The
editor of the Times of that city saw
the belligerents, who were unfortu
nate enough to fall into the hands. of
the police. He j says: "Ones eye
scimted as if he had been looking in
tently at an' eclipseanother's nose
presented the appearance of a small
gourd, with a' tomato smashed upon
it wrrii!f f'lio f-ien of a third nartv
looked as if he had beenj operated i
unonon the rouffh system lor 16ck,3
A man condemned to death in Kil
kenny, Irolaud, for murder, recently
attempted to commit suicide on the
morning of the day set apart for his
execn-iob, by thrusting pieces of
si ick into his ears.- When discovered
he was very faintj and was, with dif
ficulty, enabled' to walk to the gal-
m ' 1; 1 T
lows. 1 lie cap,wiucn was urawn over
his face by the hangman, was satura
ted with blood, lie died, of course,
with scarcely a struggle.
Tue Mob at Richmond Ya. Gov.
Johnston recently: commuted 'the
punishment of a negro, sentenced to
be hung for killing a white man, to
lite imprisonment.! This produced
grcat exciiemeut,;and a mob gather
ed round the Governor's house, and
with hideous noises, &c., disgraced
themselves and tho i city until . they
wearied , of their j labor
from 'the ground. j j
of the two
houses of the Legislature was next
day appointed to inquire into the out
rage, and report !tho fict, &c.' A
proposition was introduced, warmly
discussed, and passed one house, to
raise a committee to select, a more
suitable place to which j the seat of
government .could be removed, more
central and convenient," and where
the ; Executive could dischargo his
constitutional functions without sub-
ecting the dignity of the office tot
insult, and his mansion to threatened
overt acts of violence. .
Wilvt is HEllEStcvED Fen? There
is a lad of only twelve years, W. II.
Wadded, living at Pocahontas, Ark.;
in ttie spring 01 loot! was
stabbed, the wound thought ;to be
mortal; the same fall was knocked
senseless and cold by lightning; in the
fall of '51 was jrun cVer by tour
mules and a wagon; last winter, fell
from the third story window, lighting
coslamjupou a pile !of stone; jabout
six weeks since was stiDt, three! balls
entering his body. Tho herojof all
these ujgly accidents, is still alive ana
healths, being reserved, doubtless,
for sonic other kind of "shifting otf
ibis mortal coil." j j .'.. '
Georgia Hoad. -From the an
nual report of the officers! of this
road submitted at the annual meet
ing o( he Company held atugus
ta, Gal on the 11th inst., we learn
that the gross earnings o(Mhe road for
theyearendind; onthe31stof March
amounted ti $795,811 IS, and the
net profits o $110,303 Gl; leaving
after the payment of a' 7 per cent
dividend a fund applicable toother
purposes --olf 9151,087 03.;! The
Directors s!ay in their report thai
the oujfit olj the; road is now com
plete f?r, the first time since it has
been ii i opeipliop. ; -
Disappearance of a Lake.- A
p nhnnt iwd miles and a half
long and located about eigni mnes
froir the village of Brighton,Canada,
burst its banks on the 12th ult
and completely drained out the wa
ter on the neighboring land. The
K-,nb- ilirntt'di uhich the water
broIiP vai abbllt fol ly feet ill height,
uroivc d ciuurn. v.j o
Phe rush of the Water aug aciian-
aI inrnfr-fivH feet deep and -on'el
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i t i ... ,U o eiimm n!
iiuiiuit ii ict t. ,i.v n
two miles, iuprobting forest trees,
carryingavriy niill ilams and drown
ing two men. Thus occurred the
sinfftilar phenomenon of a Lake be-
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injrdnctl in a lew imurs.--Jjouimuei
Journal : i ir -
MoRMfjNs. ' Ar "Welch miner
nabed Powel, who recently with
hii wife ! and famijy, arrived at St.
Louis, on his way to thealt LaKe,
has written a letter to his friends
at home,' in the course ot wlucn ne
gives a saa accouiu m. -ins uutxw
ankl troubles. He describes HJor
minisin bs a system of roguery and
plunder, and adds:
'II is nothing but a mere num-
bug I have found It to my heart s
sorrow. It would hays -been bet
ter for us not to have been' born
than to have come hero to be Mor
mons. They will take all from you
at iome, and starve you when you
cojne here, if they have thecljancc,
and lake yuiir wives from you." .
DrEgom Fakuer. A. corres-
poulenlol the uregon iDpeciator,
an accoiiut of a yield of potatoes,
which exhibits a fecundity truly as
tonishing.! The crop was raised
by Uncl-j Sam's troops, stationed at
the post of Steilacooni. From a
5pa.ee of twelve acres nearly 5000
bushels have been gathered, On
oiu sialk one hundred nnd fifty
nine good sized potatoes were count-
The Markets- Latent Dalts.
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msnviLLK, Ten x -Cotton There
lias been a steady advnnca in ilio figuresdu-
nns tnc past weeU, fcules o bWa,6 bo.
Tho total -Tsaies of the week amount to
- i59 bales. !
'I Ilia Hock on hand unsold in all tho waro-
houses is 9o6 bales. '
The receipts m this point from ; 1st Sep
tember last to Saturday 23d inst., amount
to- . . . il,OOo bales
The receipts to 6amc'datc last
season - 1 ' 35,400
The loial receipts at the Southern ports
to lakes! dates shov ah increase over same
dates last year of JG49.9G0 balds.
Iio foreign exports this season, as com
pared with last, will exhibit an
Increase 1 0 u. . briiain
foreign pons- 70,312
The iiiicreasa' in
coastwis exports is
257,9'39 bales. The decrcaP
all ilia receiving port? is 19,799
The trade is
We submit our quotations with
(ioiis as the si
ue of the market demands.
There is considerable demand
iivman is payir
g 2Jc cash
lor all that hel
can get. ; !
he demand con
Sales at 4jrS
e by the hhd., ai d 5i7 by
Thora is a fair
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Coffee. I Saloi uf lOAc for Kio
Flour- We quote Tennefkeo and Cin
cinnati 44 1 tho finest St ILouis brands
are he'd at
25 to 35c. dallnn
Bafrel SaU at 32c,
Sack, fine 1
GO to 1 70;coarko SL50,
The supply is ample. We
9 to 10; Star 20d
; Sperm 45c.
Price of good rL-ctilied 15 to
l?;scon Hams C JfcD9c; SI
Cc; Sides GitcCpc; hog rbund. Cb
Lnrd-J- -Sckrce and Sin dem
at 8 to 9c.
nutter, 12c & fis..
l?eeswax, . 1 20c.
Corn Meal, 4045c bustinl
Corn,! -SI 752 Jbbl. i !
Oats 25fcC3dc busjiul. j ''
GuW IVas.l70(a:77ci' bushel.
Flax Seed, ( 590 $r bushel-good de
mand. j ;
Lead, pig 5c , bar 5jq. (;
Wool, 2Sfa30c. ) ' !
Irish Potatoes, i 82 bbl;
Sweet Potaioes. ,ij2 -bushel.!
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Ccxcinxjiti. O. The Produce mnrkejt is
quiet no sales of flour or provisions pri
Sales ! of - Whisky at ; 151 TwejntV
barrels Linseod Oil sold nt Glq
Fair Sugar rt SjC
sorted, at 14fa15c.
In this County, on Tuesday, 25th ult.
Rev. Allison Akin, Mr. Vv illUM li. Mc
and Miss Bettie F. Gill. I
.Our thanks nrc due for tho kind and Spe
cial invitation to be-, present. Of course.
we went. The, Wedding Feast was one of
the best wo ever: partook of; while joy and
hilarity filled tho hour. Tho happy couple
havo our best wishes for a lorig, pro5perous
and pleasant jjourney througlr lifo.
In Iluntsviille, Ala., Dr. sALGEttNoN L.
WftstNsos and iMTssLatjba P. Erski.ve.
In uluiherford county, Mrj. Ricuabd C.
GosevI and Miss Minerva Siiields.
rflUAT f5 00 ou each shart of stock sub-
JL scribed in money by citizens ot fay
eiteville and those living within 5 miles of
bavetteyil'e, o the Lincoln portion of the
FayetteVille &! Pulaski Turnpik'e Road is re.
quired to be paid to Gen. Thomas A.Owen
or Maj. (Marion Childress pn or before the
12ih iusti , Arid a call is hereb made, on the
same stock of $5 00 on the share to be paid
J h firBi0feverv month until otherwise or-
. , Rworaerof theBoardJ
i I J. R, BRIGHT, Suy.
rl . 1CVOi
June u, nw.
I -'' AT COST. :
BEA UTIFUL Muslin de Laines, Embroi
dered. Pr!inied and Solid jColors; Plaid,
Black. Alpacca, Rambzine,1 Erglish and
French Merinos, at ! 'i.' J,
Ornercf the Public Square.
i. contiuu9 la tlt"te EXCLWsitrE
atiUnon to tbe 1 actide of MeUlne
in us antius oraoencs. ne y y
in' his Profession, to jnern
Ceof the pairorjage bf his fritnds
OiT!ce,(lne door N?rtU of W
T. Ross' Law
GILL &. HUSSDLLJhava just re
fey ceived. their large and desirable slock of
Queensware assorted, embracing every
kind and quality, from lh commonest Teas
i.i the finest China varying (to price from
25 cents lq $40 per setti-wlUch ibey, are
anxious to sell. . My 27, 1852.
Circuit oiirt for Lincojlii Couity;
; Mai-ch Term, l&5-2.:
Ira E. Douitiilt aud others! E fo saJe of
. 1 " C Land.
John Martin and oiners. J
ON. motion of Ciulplaina'nls,. couitsel,
and iliappeariog to the saiisfactiofi. of
the Clerk of said Uouri trial lae oeieuujuus
Joha Martin, James Marua.j
Martin. Elisiia Drown and w
Sfe Mary jA
la.'hl HaiJcvia. ' Franc ia Cu;
sh and rife
Elizabeth, Lewis Au-buro aaJ wifc Iletec
ca.are non-iesidents of the Stale of Tefiiies
Fee. It is. Uierel'ore, ordered hat puulfca
tion be made four successive veeks in phe
F.njellcviltei Observer, a newspaper pub
lished in the town of Kayettevilife, Tennessee,
commanding said defendants f;o aprvear be
fore f he nejt CircuU Court to be- holdeif at
the court-house in e ruwn of j Fayette vijlle,
on the first Monday in July next, to answer
complainants' bill; otherwise, the same will
be taken (or confessed and set down lor
htar:n? ex parte as to them.
JAMES It. CI1ILCOAT, CeiL
May 27, 1S52-41 " . ' j . j
Circuit Court for Lincoln : County,
M:irch Term, 16:52. ' j!
David V.. Hall and oihers! D ,1 for . 8aTe; 0f
. , ' C I Slaves.
Jefferson Wiison t oiuers.J j ;
ON motion of complainants' counsel,
and it appearing to the satisfaction , of
Hie Clerk ihji iho deiendants, Jifi'erson Wil
son anil wife Clarence, Mary Sarah, and
Aaron McKinney, Josephine Wilson, Mites
Neshelt and (wife jda!ine, and! thiee minor
heirs of 'Caroline-Ed nn&ion whose nnmes
are not known, Samuel L). Piosin and Rich
ard A. Pinson are non-residents j of ijii'e
Slate of Tennessee. It is, iheiefore,1 ordered
trjat publication ba made four Wetfes in sic
cjssiou in the Faycltccille Observer, a news
paper published in the mwaol FayetieviHe.
lienneisee, coinniandin? sa'd defendants "to
appear beibre .. he flHXi Circuit Court io be
bl h-jUlen at the c ourt-house in the town ol
liiyeitevi!!e, on tha Iif Monday in July
ntxt, to answer coinpluinants' hill; otherwise,
l lie same wifl he lakeu for confessed, and et
down for bearing ex parte as ta them. I
I JAM ES ll. Cil I LCOAT. Cerfe., ,
June 3, lS52-4t j !
aDasuoricolj pc Jiiniulnros'.
"Old iim& 'sweeps on with icy breath,
To chill the swtetest 'flower in death;
iSeouie its form k Ix amy bloom:
lis truths snail live above the tomb." j
JHAVE opened a room in Capt. IJ INKS'
New rtuiiding, the one occtfpied by Mr.
Hughes during hi? stav in FaVeiieville, for
the purpose of taking IXAr.BERiiiloTYi.'E Like
nesses; where all are invited to call and see
my Pictl'CES' whether they sir for a Like
ness tir not. Daguerreotypes! put up in
Lockets, Ureyst Pins and Fancy C.ises. U
have the Pjipier PJache, Kato Hays and
bold Mailed or Kossuth, and , plain Oase?.
Entire satisfaction given or no charge. ; Tlo
the Ladies I 'promise to make their pictures
bcauuiul without nattenng them.
ILRNItf CAliTV, Operator,
Mav 27, 1852 if. I . !
NDiA UUCSSES BZilJriiXCiS I
For Gin Bands, Saw Mill Bdts, and
DRIVING- BELTS. !
Tor all KiuJls of Slaeiiinery. I
fHllJIS Belting so highly recommended for
A Gin Bands and open bells lor driving
-Machineiv, is without ! hesitation asserted to
be superior to Leather or anything else noy
in use, lot the following; simple reasons: j
1. The perfect equality ol wiuih aad thick
ness which it will retain. i '
2. ll will bear 300 degrees of heat without
injury, and remains pliant in any degree of
coid.- ': : - . ! ; ' . I
3; ll ii of: great strength and durability'.
does not slip 011 the Puliie?, consequently a
gain 'of power. is o;iainetI, ami," when
adjusted to Machinery, locs not require
alteration, as is the case with any oilier.
We respectlully invite the attention ol
GIN HOLDERS to this article which EX
PERIENCE has proven to be superior to
any other material lor Cotton Gin Bands,
tCT" A large assortment, always oi bnnd',
and furnished of given lengths aud widtna.
at shortest notice. i ,
Also, Steam Pacvtko pntl Hose of the
All for sale bv -.''
FALL Si CUNNINGHAM,
Hardware Dealers, College Sneet,
; ; iashhi.lk,Te.ix
C7 Samples of the above BeKing can be
seen at the store ot Isocth worth, iUopoAj.
?c Neil, i i May 20,1652;
WILL attend ai me liiues and places
ja. i ta
hereitrdesinnated, for lue -purpose ol re
ceiving'tlte State aud Cocxty Tasks, dqe
for the year 1852. iu Lincoln Coun
I4th Mc Kinney's,
Tuesday, Jonb 1,
Wednesday, dp 2,
d i 3,
Uih Wesley Chapel, Friday,
I2ih Commons's,. Saturilay,
dp 7, and
9th Millard's, Tuesdav,
10ih King', Wednesday,
oih Whitman's, Thursday,
-Gtli Gross's, Friday
7th Buckeye, Saturday,
17ih Kellev's creck.Tuesday,
18th Smith's. i Wednesday,
20th Raneon's. Thursday.
IQ.h Moore's, Friday,
22 J j Quick's, Saturday,', ; :
1st: Lynchburg, Monday,
2J CSl's; Tuesday,
4th Renegar's, Wednesday,
25th Arnold's, Friday.
24th Count's, . Saturday, ',
23J M.sj.: Foster's, Monday,
21st Edrhoadson's: Tuesday,
! 5- J.T.MOTLOW, Collector.
May 20, ;i852. i .
ATT; at nur Chean Corner Store for
J Rough and Ready Overcoats;
. ueaver . i .
Blanket Hunting j
, Fane? . Silk Vests; . . .
Wool Velvet J do
Valencia - ' ' do
Cassiniiere and other Tanls;
Muslin : Shins; i , '
Shin Collara. &e. &e
SOUTHWORTH ; MORGAN & NE.lU
incELRor & cniwroBD,
' Have' recently receiTed at their
nr Smre. North side of !the Public
$77V SniiiTre.'Faveiteville.tresh lrom f il
X adelphiaj and New York, at addttion
aitupply of rKNCi.NE Medicine, Dittos,
Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffy Window
Glass, Putty, Ptifumery, tioe Soaps, Teas,
Wines UrandieaSnuffs, Segars; fine, com
mon and smoking Tobacco, Surgiial Instru.
mentsr &.c. &c. iwhich makes ih stock un
surpassed if equated by an estabiishmeut
outside of a city. ; ' ' ! ! I.
They' have on hand, and are daily receiv
ing an PTien.ive collection ofi the best
Patent Medicines extant. Their stock
of this kind of Medicines embraces most of
the popular pief arations ol the day. llav
in nlxainprl our Drus and Me-licines in
fact, every thing! we have in store-r-lrtmi the
most reliable Druggists East, we lee no tic.f
itancy reeomnie tiding them to ib publie,
physicians. and niercbants generally, as pure
and genuine. Deing resolved toj poijtinue a
permanent, reliable Drugl business in, Fsy
ettevtlle, our customers aad the jchmmuni'y
generall, may .rely upon out statement with
most implicit confidence all articles shall
come up to the rt presen'.aiioiis givt u. j
The ladies ri : particular, and the public
generallv, are invited to our unjqualed se
lection of FcrfuiHCi-y ' l' yaned and
decidedly tas.V. (Come the first upportunilj
and view them.-;, I I '
Farmers, Mer;hnt3, and othe.r; business
men. wilt be supplied with Castor Oil, few eel
d . Spirits Tufpeatine.Taregoric.Laudannm,
Essences, Patent Medicines, &.C tic. by the
dozeo if desired. ' j. i
The orders of local physicians and all
others promptly attended to, and their pre
scripiioDS carefully compounded. 1
The liberal trade we nave; heretofore en
joyed, encourages, me beliet tnatwiiti our
extensive and wtl seiecieu su'ipuea, wr
meet all demaodsi in our line, to- a desiieu
increase cf our buifness.
M?y 20. IS52.
ALAUGEand uselul collection of aM
the best MuiHicHts, for sale cheap
by McELljtQY CRAWFORD.
McELUOY & TcilAWFOPvD Ihave just
received a frsh supply of Kxlmc
of Coirec, whichjiiiey oifei low.!
sd. Por.e M'liite JLead in pav quaa
uty desired may: be had bv aiplving: io
May 2'. McELUOY CRAWFORD.
Indigo and SJaddcr.-
rglHE very best
article ot ItldigO and
3l JIadGei constantly on hand.'
May 20. McELflOY & CRAWFORD.
YENETIAi Keif., Spanish Lirwn, Lamp
black, Red Lead, White do,. Litharge,
Crome Yellow and Green, Paris Green,
Prussian Blue, &c. iic. just received and for
sale by ; . I ' i
.lcL'LKQF 4 CJl.WTORD.
May 20.' p j - I
INSEED, Sperii, Fish, NVa:oot. Lard,
Castor, Sweet Olive, Cod Live Oils,
Sic. for sale bv i
.McELUOY & CflJlVFOkD.
OHE.TVIIOAS.S. I -j
OUR. slock ol C'iieuiieals embrace all
former and rectal prepataiiohs. jYoiir
auentioa is called ic ilieim and pltys
ia particular.T ji-. , ' ! i I !
MeELROY S; CRAWFORD.
!Vt.CV -1 i :
A INT, Sasa, l.iei ash.- Vrara;sh, Uairj
Ji Clothes, Shoe,. Tooth, and Camel Hair
liruslie. i : ' ' !
' McELUOY vS CHAW-FORD.
"May 20. i -j
ERFUMERIESJ Famov Aitjcles, Co
lognes, Fncy Boules, Bergamots,
; Cloves; Lemon, Sassnfras,! Hemluick. Rose,
Peppermint, Gin nam on, A niseedj end most
other fancv Oils; PerlU he Buses, evira fine.
Mav 20. - I . : I
:?tiTEASot all li
for SFe at
the lowest njarket price
sortmeat is veiv
i r OAP. M " '
TOHNSON'S ecii'in-ated C!ieKiieaI
Jr 8ou always on
Th is believed
10 he the ssiT and lug citEtrtsT Soaj, eve.
invented. Come ?fn see.
FfflH tindersiatied has laid olli blocks of
J LOTS of several acres io each, for pri
vale residence, pad is now prepared iose!l
them ni private sale', to ; those wlto desire to
hava summer ; residence?, io tue beautiful
and healthy town of Tislhilioma. We
have in the Town, 'Site, tesioes the most
healthy atmosphere and puie freestone wa
ter, a most excellent Chalybeate Spring,
which is supposed toibe nmeJ-wilu watts
sulphur. ; i I . " ! .
May 201S52 if. j i
lflS7E have on hand, and will continue to
T T keep, a large lot of Leather of all
kinds Bridle and Harness, "Upper and Sole
Leather. j GILL &. RUbakL.1.
iEATIIEIS. L I
N hand, an assoriraent of Upper and
Sole L.catIier4-cHEAP. I '
.May 13. Rr. A. GRAX oi CO.
Ladies' Fine Dress Goods.
Rich fc handsome fig'd Brocade Silks;
do j do do Gro de Na, do
do 'I do ' Watered) Poplins;
do ! do Paris D miazmes;
do ' do ..Turc Siljius;
! do ' do j New Sil'je Robes;
do i do ' i Chameltba Lustres
i - Velvet
Aa i do ! Satin clieraDamask
' ! ; Plaids -&.C. 8tc.
sntTTH WOtlTHl MORGAN So NEIL.
New Hoods! New Hoids!!
nnTIF. nnder&ifrned have just
JL larce and varied Stock of desirable
bought on .best terms trom lirst c
in tlia rili8 O f Philadelphia and
to which they Invite the attenttott of pur
Having had moch experience m
the business, and being well kmfwn to thii
commtjintiy. tltey deem it almost tnnecessary
to repeat the assurance, mat at
can be found as good Goods, atid
f.rms.as can be had at any ik
tn as liberal
meat ia the S'at. Suffice it t sby that ibey
. . . i. iA,... t I . 1. n .1 I . .
are determined, a iivtciuiui,
ihe interest of buyers to deal witli
tnake it to
j FAYETTEYlLLr, TCJN. 4
j DEALESS. IN
Idiclncs, Paints, Dye-i.aiisJ,
ass. Perfumery, Soaps,.
ISruthc, Oil, Varnishes,
fancy Articles, .
EUrrietS &c. I
X.QOII TO! YOUK i XTEIIESTJ
CoME.nil re foilowersof Esculapius
and the pau',c gensraWy, Diemer
f 'i. llAKP'rWs Medical Depot, where
voii will iiiid a srtlemlhi asmlnunt ol
'iwM "a d hemline I.-niiciucs select
,1 wiih irrleai caft: in liw Eastern ma.keis.
Speeikl aiienlio.v given t-tilling Physicians'
LilJs. Gail and examine our siuch j-n-
ce. a id you shall be su'm-d in' re
Fon sale by
- DIF.MER St HAMPTON.
AL l.NsSTUUJiEXTS..or pbe
lai s' le hy
! DIEMER. i. IJAMPVON.
Li'Mi IiOl medii i.v a. lot sale i v
( I Piling and OiIn.
FAINTS WOlLSof all Kiads.lor sale
by I DlEMER Si HAMPTON.
April 29 i
I I -.I -
TITINDOW GLASS of all izes. for sale
'Tf bv DIEMER. HAMPTON.
' April SD. i. :
A' POl I! GARY'S
VIA LS assnned. for sale bv
DIEMER & HAMPTON.
To the Ladies,
riV H iiv- r- - - - - -
4itp ment ol Perfumeries-; ?iso. a mag
Rificem loi of Canis, Moimes, Enve
lopes, Note aud Letter Paper, io which we
politely ; in vile your special attection. Give
us a cailL and we will endeavor to please voa.
- I DIEMER & HAMPTON.
Jist ocened. a li 'r T.OOKS,.
v.-hich excel any ever lioughi to
Ibis maiket. among which ate to
he jiiuiid, Medical. Historical, ioenrai,
Blatik and School Books, ihat are generally
usel 1 DIETER k HAMPTON.
April 20. " 1 1 ;
PS7"E liave oil hand aline assortment of
T f Post, Note and Cap I'tM'tuli; M vt:.
LOPES iof ail t-iiids; PEN'S of every descrip
INKS of 1 u'e bfst qiiatny
A prii i'X Dl EM Ell St HA M PTON.
SEGARS.-ol raie llavwr; line Cnewiag and
Smoking TOBACCO; SNUFF, in Blad
ders Bohle.3, and Papers, and sundries too
numerous to mention.
April p. DIEMER St HAMPTON.
O CHARGE for Pbescbiptior, or
CQKaCLiAlloW 1.1 REI.ATIOS TO DIS
I DIEMER & HAMPTON.:
TILL te coo in el as Heretofore.
I D1UMKU 5i tlABinu.n.!
I 9.' ;
rfONTAN'l LY on hand, a supply ot ihe'
HJ Inmsi populiir Patent flle!irine.
, ipiil29. D!E.JEU Si HA MP I ON.
I i Ncr AirantKiccf.
fpntlE snbscrifier has lougiil "ie interest of
fl llr 11 Ml. .... . ft... k!r..L. ll.mB
Books, Notes, andj
M OO UE
c Thomson, and ijie subscriber ia
alonei abthoiized io collect li e amo.inis due
the firm, and is responsible ljr its dehisi.
Beini permaienilv located! in the mercan
tile linln(S I resoecltullw ak a Call lrom
the puri'iiasingp'u-'lic. My f loods a re offered
as low its iltose ol av House in Fayetteviiie.
Try pie!. 1 J AS. L. THOMSON. .
Jan. ,29, lbi)2. .
Static tmiS Pijney
A Fni.L sunniv. ot
$Jx$M quality, ao J i-ricc.
i?f J in. 29. " J- L
Come and ee.
. I finite.
Brown, bine. Hack, and grt-en,
ol eerr quality- une, bui't-r
tiaeJaad commoii. '
j J. L. THOMSON.
Silk1 stuti V.reitel iooa-,
-v' For Laoie' Presses, very
5-r -come soou. if vou waut a good ariicte
LV - CHEAP
Jtiecauarc aud Hardware-.
.4 A cesebai. assonuenit ol gof anu
common au?'ilies w hich we ate or
feriow asiooisningly Jgw. j
Sugar and CoC'ec. j -Aa
good an article, as cap be
lound in Fayetteviiie, and as cbeap
as anv one caa jafl'ord io sell J
f Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, S;un nireail; io-
Laco. fine and common, &c. Stc. 1
'29. . J.L.!THOMSON
Shoes aud Coots, Cheap, j
w Anirs IC nl. Calf, and iKir Snoes and
1 i Gaiieis iupeiUne artic'Je; j
Men's. Calf, Goalee and Kij Shoes; .
do I tine and extra tine C,alf Boots;
do Water Proof, Calf and Kip do
do heavy Kip and Mud -do
Bols'land Youths' extra tine1 : oo !
NefMcj Brogans goodiaruele.
Com in soon, and' let me sea what can be
doue for von. Come eome.nu see
Always on Hand.
Iron. Steel; biftb, irace, liaiter,
Slav. Lireast. amM'ongue Chains; Sireichers,
y m M ii a
and Cross Cut Baws. , i en ; an come anu
j J. U THOMSON. ,
Clean Cash or Credit Corner.
April 22. 152. . ! '
Charles OaUoid llals,
AN be found at no houie ia town, ex
cept at Gi!l & Kiissell s Gentle
men. they are of scpkriob pisish
extra touch is phase, ihat has never
belore been seen' in this market. Call aud
get one. There are "only a few nore of the
same iort left.'' ' !
GILL 5c Kt&dl3.L.L..
Apr 1 8. IS5?,
ON Mosdiit. the 5th day of Jclt, 1S52,
at ihe courtihue dour in thr town ot
''ayetieviile, I wijU offer lor sale to the bigu
it bidder, fwr cash, to satisfv taxes and
eharga on lan lsj lying in Lincoln County,
for the year 1351 thai the laxes iheret-u re- ,
main u"ue and unpaid to wit:
John WilliHrns beirs. one tract cf Land,
200 acres, liing ja Civil Ditntl No., 23.
valued at CQ; taxes 22 cent?; Colloctur's le
(ff; Clerk's feejil 59; Printer's fee $1 CO.
David Pngli, one tract of land, 3fMl acres,
lying in Civil District No. 19. valued ar (3tX);
tases Gt3 cents-, Ci-llectoi's'lee 1: Clerk's f
$1 50; Printer's fee 5. 1 50. Sarah Moor,
one tract of land, 200 aerrs, Itingsin tvn
District No. 24, valued m 75; taxe?
cents; Collector's iee $1; Clerk's fee 1. 50;
Primer's ft-e $1 50. James Mcore, one tract
of land, 201 acres and one pole, lying-in Civil
District No. 21, valued at 75; taxes 444
rents; Collector's fee 1; Clerk's fee $1 50;
Printer's fre $1 SOTS Willis Rout, one tract
f land, 200 acres. lying in Civil, District No.
21, valuetl ar250; taxe 51 ceM; Collector's
fee $1; Clerk's fee 1 50; Printt-r's fee pl 50.
Janus Sheiton.one tract of Und.50 acres,
lying in Civil District No. 25, va'ued at 15T.;
taxes 33 cents; Collector's lee 1; Clerk's fee
fl 50; Printer's fee 5 1 Z0. 8af;.n Sullivan,
one iract ot land, 14 acres, ly ing in Civil
District No. C. valued at 70; taxi s 13 ceni;
Collector's Tee ,l;Ct rt ' leefel 50; Printer'
fee V 50. Faulkenheiirv. 011 trai t of land,
100 acres, lying id Ci i District No. 20. val
ued at V'jOO; trcs K f-nis; Collector's fie
.l;C!eikN fee $1 50: PrinterVfee $1 50
William Davi.ison, o- tract of find. 76 acrt-s.
lying in I'ivil District No. 10. valued at 5.IOO;
faxes I 10; Joileclma lee Jt; Clerk's lee $1
50; Prin'.er'b fee.I 50. Alexander CrawJord.
one tract of lad, 40 acr-. lyir.j ia Civil
j District No. 3. valued at fo0't'; iaxs CG rents;
Collector's fee l;C!erk's ieal 50; Puuier
fee Jl 50. j .
WM. DYER. Tux CcVeelor.
April 22. 1S52. j '
' fyiffl.s Circular.
WE have feen receiving Laroe scppliej
lrom the Eastern Cities for several
weeks, and riovv have.'' the pleasure ol an
nouncing that we have in stoie a very ex-
TKNS1VE, EEACTIFCr. and VARIED Slock of
Tim A3S3! SIHDiilSIS-
ffit GLB il JOJ& Saf 3
which would be much pVased 10 hava
our old customers and the trading public
generally to call soon and examine.
W e buy our Gootts in the best markets is
the Unittil Slates, 0:1 ihe most lavoral;e
ternts, and beig will ng to sell at a vfry
small ad vatye !! cost, will cflVr. induce
ments which caiuvoi laili to suit purchasers.
W'e trust by keeping a Mick ol Goods infe
rior'to none, and aa in
reased endeavor to
p!ea?e, to iiurii and receive a continuation tf
Ihe very liberal pationsgt
our commencement in
which we beg leave to
extended us stoct
business, and. for
return out sincere
GOODIIICH, Br7CIti5AM A BEAVERS
April 15. 1S52.
New, Beautiful bind Cheap
The aiteniion ol the Ladies is paN
ticulariy caueil vj one 01 m most
ot Dress Goods
ever displayed in FpystielviHe, comprising
splendid Emhrbid'd j
Llk Gro d' Rhine an
do Brocade and DaihaJk
fine Embroidered an
elcant Primed Cna
beautiful Plaid Popl
handsome Figured (trciiadinei;
Paris Printed BerageJ
Lawns, Tarlatans a:
Wbt'.e Goods, Ginghams. &.c. &r.
. These Giiods are very
all the latest stiles o
i. Sdme uf then!
ly cn -be fme lasts
are much finer than any
to this mir!,et, and we r
of the Lisf IJ'Iro!n
po ensure their sale.
V 3 A " X 1EAVEBS.
I Lace tiocd
LACES, Edgmss anuj
Car.es. CoHars and 1
v i not rsitrv o.viit i,. m . .. ,
rlJp.en Cajiin Handkrctifa. Nck Ribbonij
B-ranc and Crape Siiaulia and Lace ' ews;:
P,..nofcl and Sash R;bboi.k
VVieaths, Flowers and
Mi'.ts Gloves and Uusieih
Parasol. Fans, &c. ec.
I'or sale very cheap bd
A.NAN 3l EEAVEBS. .
neiv cf the 1
I lvantiful styles just i
tceived ani for Bale
ASls 3t BEAVEBS.
15. - '
do well to call at
i HJT tUe s...e ot GWi
fi, Ruehanan tf JJca-
i wi.p. ihpv will tin
ao unusually laiga
aud vei . superior atsorti
tui of :
C'loHis, 'ai lucres
h ihey are anx'oiu
tii n n Goods ot tha
r Uen told in liiii
in jrcal variriv, and wh
to sell at! Tower juices
same .qualuie'j h've e
maibet. Giv mem a cail iie:oie buyiag.
Beaver. Saiin. Oner, Atesican, IJungH
lian. Kossuth, Magyar, l alm, Leghorn, Mar--
icaibo ami Panau.a HatH, making our asso.t-
ment decidedly me la r est aud most com-
iilete e have ever ilieeJ.
r;oonslCH. BCCHftSAH 3c BEAVIHS.
IJools and Shoes.
81 cases Koots, Shoes, II ro-
gai and CSaitersl comprising ev
ery stvle anu quality lor Men', Boys',
Youths', Ladies', Misses' wear received aud
for sale at remarkably low prices by
.April 15. . .
I The Subscriber
KEEPS CONSTANTLY oa hand at bit
old stand, at the Tan-Ys'd. an excel
lent supply of BOOTS and SHOES, HAR
NESS and SADDLES of all kinds; together
with SOLE, UPPER, HARNESS and
SADDLE LEATHER, of a superior qual
iiy; allof which will be sold Low for cash,
or exchanged lor barter. L
April L1S5J. J AMES II. COBQ.
-17 OTICE that 5 per cent on each rhareof
1.1 Muck subscribed in money to
eueville, Mulberry & Lvnchbnrg Tup.k
Road, is required l. be paid k James LngM.
Treasurer of said Board, on or be ;e -.rst
dav ol February next. And a cad is htnnj
the, on the sa'n.e stock cf 5 P" 1
paid oo he first of each and er, n .on-h.
.mouutispatd io. by order
f the Board. prjt, INGLE, Sec't'y.
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