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PROPOSALS Tfr OR CARRYING the Mails of the Unh--U? , ed States from the 1st of July, 1839, to the 30th of June, 1843. on the following post routes . IN NORTH CAROLINA, will be received at the Department until the 25th day of May next, at 3 o'clock, p m, to bo decided by the lat day of June next ensuing. - S190. From Ashboro, by Moffett'a Mills and Waddell's Ferry, to Prosperity, 88 miles and back once a week. Leave Ashboro every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive at Prosperity same day at 6 p m. Leave Prosperity every Wednesday at 6 a m, ar rive at Ashboro same day by 6 p m. S191. From Chapel dill, by Hancock's Store, or Leather's Cross Roads, and Fishdaui, to Ford's Creek, 35 mites and back once a week. Leave Chapel Hill every Friday at 6 a m, arrive ' at Ford's Creek same day by 6 p m. . Leave Ford's Creek every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Chapel Hill same day by 6 p m. j 2192. From Falls to Catawba Creek, 20 miles and hark nnro a Week. Leave Falls every Monday at 8 am, arrive at Catawba Creek same dav by 4 p m. Leave Catawba Creek every Tuesday at 6 am, arrive at Fall same dav by 2 p m. 2193. From Fayetteville up the Cape Fearriver on the west side, by McNeill's Ferry, Blalock's Store, Raleigh, Johnson's Store and Drangher's Store to Fayetteville, equal to 65 miles and back , once a week. Loav.) Fayetteville every Friday at 6 a in, arrive at Fayetteville next aay oy o p m. S194. Prom Hillsboro. bv Cameron's and Van Hook's to Roxboro, 27 miles and back once a week. Leave Hillsboro every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive at Roxboro same day by 6 p m. Leave Roxboro every W cdnesday at 6 am, ar rive at Hillsboro same flay by 6 p in. 8195. From Hillsboro, by Samuel N Fate's Store and Mount Willing, to Roca Creek, or Fo gloman's, 25 miles and hack once a week Leave Hillsboro every Tuesday at 8 a m, arrive at Foreman's same day by 6 pm. Leave Fugleman's every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Hillsboro same day by 4 pm. 2196. From Hillsdale to Madison, on Dan riv. er, 20 miles and back once a week. Leave Hillsdale every Tuesday at 9 a m, arrive at Madison same day by 6 p m. Leave Madison every Wednesday at 6 a ro, ar rive at Hillsdale same day at 3 p m. -- 2197. From Middletown, Hyde co. to some point on Chickamacomica bunks in said county, 30 miles and hack once a week. Leave Midd!etown every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Chickamacomica every Saturday by 6 p in. Laave Chickamacomica every Saturday at 6 a m; arrive at Miduletown same day hy 6 pm. 2199. From Norwood, by Rocky River Snnnfifx, Jacob Elord's, Mount Cmii.rt, and Mount Pleasant, to Concord, 32 miles and buck once a week. Leave Norwood every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Concord same day by 6 p ni. Leave Cncrd every Thursday at. 6 am, arrive at N'irwiioil mime day by 6 t in. 2199. From New Cnsile, liy Brier Creek, Mulberry Gap, Laurel Spring, and John Wil lianvt, to mouth of Wilson Creek, Va. 40 miles and back once in two weeks. Leave New Castle every other Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at mouth l ' Wilson Creek next day by 12 m. Leave mouth of Wilson Creek every oiqer Friday at 1 p in, arrive at New Castle next day bv 6 I) in. 2200. From Porter's Swamp to Leesville, IS miles and hack once a week. Leave Porter's Swamp every Tuesday at 8 a in, arrive at Leesville samelay by 12 m. Leave Leesville every Tuesday at I p m. arrive at Porter's Swamp same day by 5 p in, 2101a. From Pleasant. Garden, by Turkey Cove, to Klizahethiown, Ten. 50 miles and back once a week. Leave Pleasant Garden every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at lizabeihi"un next day by 12 m. Leave Eliza bet himvn every Thursday at I p m, arriw at Pleasant Garden next day by 6 p m. 2102fl. From Pittsboro to Chapel Hill, 20 miles ami back once a week. Leave Pittsboro every Wednesday at 9 a m, arrive at Chapel Hill slime day by 5 pm. Leave Chapel Hill every Thursday at 6 a rn, arrive at Pittsboro same day by 2 p m. 2103a. From Ridireway, by Williamsbom Lynesville, and Woodworth, to Boydton, Va. 35 miles and back three limes a week in siares. Leave Ridjjeway Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 5 am, arrive at Boyd ion same days by 12 m. Leave Boydton Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 a m, arrive at Ridgeway same davs by 5pm. Schedule to be changed to conform to the rini.inr on the railroad. 2104a. From Statesville to mount Airy, 50 miles and hack once a week. Leave Statesville every Tuesday at 6 am, arrive at Mount Airy next day by 6 p m. Leave Mount Airy every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Statesville next day by 6 pm. 2105a. From Shallotie, by Dred Boaxiniii's, to While Marsh, 25 miles and back once a week. Leave Shallotte every Thursday at 8 am, arrive at White Mar,h same day by 6 p m. Leave White Marsh every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Shalloite same day by 4 p m. 2106a. From Seagle's Store, by Warlick's Store, to Mull Grove, 7 miles and back once a week. Leave Senile's Store every Thursday at 9 ni, arrive at Mull Grove same day by 11a m. Leave Mull Grove every Tuesday at 12 m. arrive at Seattle's Store same day by 2 p m. 2107a. From Waynesboro, by Whitfield AlilU and Jericho, to Strabane, 20 utiles ana back once a week. Leave Waynesboro every Tuesday at 3 a m, arrive at Sirabane same day by 6 p in. Leave S'rahane every Wednesday at 6 a m. arrive at Waynesboro same day by 3 p m. 8103a. From Washington - to Portsmouth and Ucracoke, 75 nilesand back once ill two weeks'. Leave Washington every othe Tuesday at 5 a in, arrive atOcranoke next day by 7 p m. Leave Ocracoke every other Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at Washington next day by 7 p ni. NOTES. L.Each route must he hid fir sepnrttejy . The route,, the sum, the mode of service, and the residence of the bidder, should be dwiiucily fllated-in each bid. ; 2. No proposal will be considered, unless it he accompanied by a suarantee, signed bv o e or more responsible persons, in the following form, vizr "The undersigned guarantee that , if his bid lor carrying the mail from to be accepted by the Postmaster General, shall enter into an obligation, prior to the first day of September next, with good and sufficient aureties, to. perform the service proposed. ; 'Dated 1839." ' This should he accompanied by the certifi pate of a postmaster, or other equivalent testi mony, that the guarantors are men of properly, and able to make gooj this guarantee. COThis guarantee being required bv law, Bo exernption. can be allowed in fiivor'of ild contraetors, railroad companies, or any other; Companies or persons whatsoever. 3. The diitances, as stated in this advertise ment, are believed to be substantially correct;! tot lh bidiUr wiil inform himstlfon that point s no increased nov will he allowed fir ami difference when Ihe places are namea correctly. 4. The Postmaster General may alter the schedule, and alter the route, he allowing a pro rata increase ol compensation lor any additional service reouir-.d, and for any increased speed, - r t - . - 1 f. when the employment ol aaattionai smc or carriers is rendered necessary. 5. He may discontinue the service, or curtail it at a 'prorata reduction of pay, whenever he shall consider it expedient to do so, he allowing one month's extra pay on the amount dispensed with. 6. He may impose fines for failure to take or deliver a mail, or any part of a mail, at any post office which is or may be established on the route; for refusing r neglecting to perform any other stipulation of this contract; for suffer ing the mail to bo injured, wet, lost, or destroy ed; and mayexact a forfeiture of the pay of the trip, whenever the trip is lost, or the mail ar rives so tar behind schedule timeas to lose con nection with a depending mail. 7. He may annul the contract foi repeated failures to perform any of the stipulations; for refusing to discharge "a carrier when required; for violating the Post Office law; for disobeying the instructions of the Department, or assign ing a contract without the previous consent of the Postmaster General. 8. If the contractor shall run a stage or other vehicle more rapidly or more frequently than he is required by the "contract to carry the mail, he shall give the same ncreased celerity a nd frequency to the mail, and without increase ol compeusati u. 9. Contractors' on stage and coach routes shall convey, free of charge, all agents .l the Department upon exhibition oft heir credentials; also, mad hags and post i.ffice blanks. 10. The Postma-ter General is prohibited, bylaw, from making coinrarts lor the trans portation of the mail with any person who shut have entered into any combination, or propos ed to enter into any combination, to preven the making of any hid lor a mail contract by any other person or persons, or who shall have made any agreement, or shall have given or performed, or promised to give irr perform, any consideration to do, or not to do, cny ihing whatever to imjuce any other not to biJ lor a mail contract. II. On post conch and stage routes, where l ha: kind of transportation is sometimes difficult. proposals will be received lor carrying the mails on horaehfcck, in wagons, nr carls, lor a tstci fied numlier of months, weeks, or days in each year; hut no dispensation ol post coach or stage service will he tolerated, unless it he sli pulateil lor in the proposals an. I embraced in the contract. 12. The proposals should be sent tc the Depart ment, sealed, endorsed " .Mail proposals in in State of and addressed to The First Assistant Postmaster General, S. R. HoViie. AMOS KENDALL. April 13, 1839. 7 4w. LOTTERIES UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF D. S. GREGORY fc CO. The Bouquet for MAY! . J. SYLVESTER, (OF 130 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK.) IN accordance with the spirit of hilarity and hope which ever prevails in the merry month of May, begs leave to, present to his friends and pat rons the handsomest collection ot Flowers ever dis played they being the first of ihe mason, and culled fro u the choicest plants in Fortune's Couit. He trusts that in this instance as in every ether that the favor.le specimen of iho CoJil. u h'-r.-hibited, wilt enable the gatherer to reap a RICH harvest. As "the Rose by any other name wn -Id smell as m eet," lie therefore displays it in the shape of $50,000! to bo plucked on the 18TLI OP MAY and which he hopes will not "Waste its sweetness on th; desert ail," but will rather "ladden the heart of some of his best cnstomeis. TJiere are several others, all d signal ed below, which are calculated to ive hrart's-ease to adventurers, both from their magnificence and their odors. All we recommend is an early application and be careful to address S. J. Stive st er, 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall-st. If. Y. 100 Prizes of 1000 Dollars!! Virtrinia Richmond. fatierv. o J Class No. 3, lor 1333, to he drawn at Alexandria, Va. on the 4th of May, 1839. 75 No. Lottery: 12 j ii . drawn oanois. GRAND CAPITALS. 30,000 dollars. 8,000 dollars. 4,000 dolls 3,000 dollars. 2,500 dollars. 1,017 dolls 100 prizes of 1,000 dollars, etc. etc. Tickets Ten Dollars. A certificate of a pack age of 2a Tickets will be sent for 130 dollars shares in proportion. The holder of tae Capital will receive 30,000 dol lars n't! - Virginia Petersburg Lottery. Class 3 for 1339, to be drawn at Alexairdria, May II; 7a nos. 12 drawn. $35,294! 11,765! 6,000, 5,000, 2,500, &c. Tickets, $10- Shares in proportion. ROSE! Fifty T ho us find .Dollars' Alexandria letter u, Class 3, for 1839, to be drawn at Alexandria, U. U. May 1873 Nos.; 13 ballots. PRIZE OF 50,000 DOLLARS, 20,000 DOLLARS, 10,000 DOLLARS, 5,000 DOLLARS, 2,477 DOLLARS, Besides a great variety of other prizes. Tickets only 10 dollars Shares in proportion." A certificate of a package of 26 Tickets will be sent for 140 dollars Halves and Quarters in proportion. HYACINTH. Virginia Leesiurg lottery, To be drawn at Alexandria, Va. May 25, 78 nos. II drawn hallo's. Splendid Scheme: 40,000 dolls. 12,000, 5,000. etc Tickets, only Ten Dollars Shares in proportion. VIOLET. State of JVeic Jersey Lottery, Class 18, to be drawn at Jersey City, May 20 75 Nos. 12 drawn ballots. Capitals 25,000, 6,000, 5000, &c. &c. C 50 prizes of $1,000, 50 of 300, etc. ICJ Tickets only Eight Dollars. EVERGREEN. Maryland State lottery, To be drawn at Baltimore, May 8: 66 Nos. 10 Ballots. - Capitals: 10,000, 30.00, 2000, etc etc Ticket! 5 dollar Shares in proportion. HATS! I H A T S! Wholesale and Retail Dealers Hals, MA V E just received their SPRING Stock, and continue to manufacture Silk and Fur Hats, at the north east corner of Market Square, Fayetteville. . . Also, a full supply of Hatters' 1 nmmings. N. B. Hishrst price given for Furt. . April 6, 1839. 6-tf ripiN, Copper, and Slieet Iron JL M- A N U F AC T U R Y. The subscriber informs his friends and the public that he has on hand and continues to manufacture at his old esta h'whment. Hnv Street, near the Post Office, every article in the above line, and has on hand a large assortment of Tin and .Tappanncd Ware, Copper Stills, Worms, Hatter's Kettles, Dye Wash Kettles, Brass Kettles and Tea Hemes. Also a large assortment of ST O V E S and Stove PIPE, consisting of Fire place and Pipe franklins, Cooking, Boiling and Bak iii2 Stoves, Six plate and Box Stoves, Sheet Iron & Font Stoves and keeps i-onstantly on hand tin Plate 13 X and extra 25 sizes. Brass & Iron Wire, 5S5Shert and Bolt Copper, Sliest Brass, Iron, Steel and Zinck; feheet, liar ami Pis Lead, Spelter, Round and Hoop Iron; Nail and Spiko Rods; Thik Planished Steel; first quality lill and Cioss Cut Savs, with a jjeneral assort ment of other articles in his line, which he would respectfully invite the attention of cmntry mer chants and others to examine. He will sell as low as can be bousht in this plsee. JAMES MARTINF.. Favetteville. Marrh 1. 1833. 1 3' N tH. 'xi' hlYV Stasre l-inc The subscri bers have eslubhshed a hue of wilh the uiai', fr-m Favclle - ville to Warsaw Depot, on the Wiliniiv ton Hail ISoad, connrctinjj wilh th cars on thai Road, both to Wilmington and to the North. Thev have good biases, excellent Horses, and faithful Drivers, and will leave no effort untriel to give public satisfaction. The following are the hours of di-partiire and arrival: Leave Favcttevillr, Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs dav. at 7, p. in. arrive Saturday, Tuesday ani Thursday. BAKER & BL CK"ER. mar 9 2tf Proprietors. Under a late Resolution of the Wilmington Rail Road Company, passeneers by this line are to In-chara-rd no inon- on th-Sl amboats from Wilminu;- on to Charleston than those who go through on thir line. Th- public is also informed that this is Ji-cil-dly the most pleasant, -x icdilious and cheapest route bi-twifti this p'nee and Aiiiiista. From Favetteville to Wilmington, ! 5 hours. To Chnrh-ston in 3' hours, and To Augusta in 4o hours. Bv this ro-,te traveller vi!l only have thr fatigut of 49 milfs staging, and loose but one nishts shrp. April 6 B. & li. TABLES TO RENT on Hilkbo- rouh Street, a few vards below my Stor. mar 2-tf T. S. LUTT.-.RLOH. GI-OBE EXTRA. Prospectus for the Extra Globe. W"E lay before our Republican friends a subscription paper lor 4ur cheap periodi cal puMic.iiion, t'li- "Extra Gh.bc." During the months uhi'ii Congress is in session, we publish the "Conr.ssional Globe." which givi a condensi-d repoit ol' lis procjliiis, we-kly, for one dollar. In the interval between the scssio.i ol Congri-ss, wu publish tli- ' lustra Glohi-," lor six inoinns, containing the nrws, potiiics, pultlic dm- i niei)t, and whatever else of interest appears in tlie Daily Globe, for the same price Th-! two pu'j hcation9 are piint d wei kly, in hook form, to ren der thi-m more convenient for preservation and r ferenc". Each number contains 16 royal quarto pag-o. The important elections w hich M'ill lake place during the approaching Summer and Fall, and give pecu'iar value to the information to hi der.vjd tio.n this quarter dining the canv.iS4. The iviv phases ol'p.irlii s in the North, and the irouhh d ii l ct wli.cli for i,n agitation gives to our nat.-o ial affairs there, will also impart lo the conulry for I he six months preci ding the meeting of Congreca, more than ordinary interest. Th pulilication of the E.xtra Glohe" will .om inenci the lirst week in Alay and end the first week in November. TERMS. 1 copy 6 copies For For For For For For 12 copies -25 copii s 50 copies - 1 1)0 copies J 1 5 10 20 no 00 0u 00 40 00 75 00 Payments may be transmitted by mail, posiage paid, at our risk. The notes of anv incorporated hank of the United Slates, current in the section of country where a subscriber resides, will lie received but when the subscribers can pnvure the notes ol" banks in th') Northern and Middle Stat-s, thev will please send them. To insure all the numbers, the subscriptions should oc hero by the 7ilnf Jav. BLAIR & RIVES. EtZP No attention will be paid U any order un less the money aecoinpanv it. Wnshin- ton. Anril. I8S9. SPUING GOODS. E have received and are now opening W (llir Stunner Ciiruili- .K ..AmitricAc 51 l:ir and extensive nssmtinent of Dry Goods. Hardware and Cutle ry, boots and Shoes, Leghorn and Tuscan B-n-mts. Fur, Wricd and Palm Leaf Hats, Writinzand Wrapping Paper, Cotton and Wool Cards, D.ngs and Medicines, Paints, &c. Also, Groceries, &c. GO ba-;s Rio and La:uira Coff;e. 10 hhds. New Orleans and Porto Rico Sugars 125 casks Nails 200 pair Bright Traces 12 qr. casks Malaga, and Mad. ira Wine 100 dozen Weeding Ftoa 25 do Patent and Dutch Scythes 5 hhds. Crockery 30 box s Window Glass 10 do Collins and King's Axes, Which we offor at Wholesale, at a small advance for cash, or on time to punctual customers. . NOTT &. STARR. Fayetteville, April 6, 1839. 6-tf FOR SALE, 75tf) SACKS Liverpo! Salt, 500 Bus. Allum do. 10 Tons Sweeds and English Iron. 40 Kegs Nails, assorted, 10 HhdB St. Croix and Porto Rico Su ear, 40 Bass Rio Coffee, 10 Hhds Molasses, Together with a general assortment of other arti- a. tu cl'"8 in ,l,c grocei"y ''ne' -J The Subscriber has also received his Spring supply of Seasonable DRY-GOODS, Hard-ware, Cutlery, Crockery-ware, Patent .Medicines, Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Futtind Palm-leaf Hats, $-c. Ac. All of which will I anM .i : . :.i wholesale or retail. O. B. ATKINS Aprai3. 7tf Foot Um-Jtount. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Uumoertana Uounty. ) Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, March Term, 1839. Henry Bullard, Admins'r. of Thomas Bullard, dee'd. vs. Duncan Bedsale & wife Catharine, James Hails & wife Janet, Matthew Hails & wife Peggy, Polly Averitt, Roger Hair, John Hair, Jesse Hair, Wil liam Hair, Duncan Hair, Reuben Hair and Nancy Hair, heirs at law ol Stephen Hair, dee'd. Scire Facias, It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Defendants, Roger Hair, John Hair, Jesse Hair, William Hair, Duncan Hair, Ruebau Hair and Nancy Hair, are not inhabitants of this State, it is therelbre ordered that publication he made for six weeks in the North Carolinian.juhliuhed in Fay etteville, for said Defendants, to appear at the next term of this Court, to be held at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in June next, and show cause why the lands of said Stephen Hair, dee'd. which descended to them, should not be con demned to the satisfaction of the Plaintiffs recovery. Witness, Jno. M Laurin, Jr. Clerk of our said Court at office, the first Monday of March, Anno Domini, 1839, and in the 63d year of American In dependence. JNO. M'LAURIN, Jr. Clerk. April 20, 1839. . . 8 6w. (TEIB & WALKER, old and well known manufjcturers, have established an Agencvin Fay. ttevill , fi.r the sale of their Pi ANO FORTES. They wi'l be sel l -t the lowest New York piiec, including expense of freight. These Piano Fortis nre all s lee ted and approved before they are sent, by a Teachwr d Miis.x in New York, and are war. ranltd by the Makers. If not satisfactory, they inay lv ri turned. The Ag nev may lie found at the FEMALE SEMINARY where instruments of dillcreut prices will he constantly open for inw pec lion. They will be careful'y packed without additional t-haig", for saf": transportation, to any part of the conntiv. Ai-r.i 27, 1899. 9-1 f LOOK AT THIS! LAD f.ir SALE A cat- the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail -Road. THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale. 927 acres of Land, four uiihs wst ol Clinton, Simp sou county, immediately on the i'tage Road fioin FayitUvilo by '."linton tot ho Wilmington and Ra L'ig'i Rail Road, at Warsaw, and distant from Ihe Hull Road only eighteen miles. The situation is perfi ctly healthy, and the . tract comprises a great proportion ot rich low ground, and ihe adjoi iin t up IjikIoii liio wi st side of Great Coliuri.-. Th is 1 inds and low 1 mils of which stream, f rnish a cane pasture in winter, vh re oic hundred h ad of entile mav he kept fat all wint. r, without any other feed ing. Those w;sliinr to purchase a most deinib'e slimmer rtsid nee and a leitile and valuable tarin, will 1 1 -aseci.l: and examine for themselves. Terms of sale reasonable, and made known on application to the subscriber at Clinton, Sampson county. SC.rNeiro'-s wi 1 be received in part pay m nt, or for the entire purchase as may suit the purchaser. JACOB R. CRUMPLER. Clinton", April 28th, 1839. 9-if Timber ittl litntibci- Agency. IT H E subscriber will attend to the sale of J- TLMBKU. LUMUblR, o.c. i i -.ne Town ol Wilimiigtoii, Noith (.'arolma, lor all persons w ho uuy favor him with then coiiiinission. He pledges iiiinself to procure lor them at all times the highest rices tor such articles as they may trust to his management. He is i n ro way connected with the .Veuiu Mills, or their Agent; and will givethe best -eciirity lor Ihe laithmi discharge ol Ins duties as Ag.ni. MILES COST1N. V ihiiii;tnn. N. O. Feb. 93, li-?39. i-r To Printers mid Publishers. TIIIK subscribers have completed their Dew specimen book ! light faced Book ami Ji t Printing Typi s, Flowers and Ornaui' nts, thi con. tents ol u liii.h are herewith partially jivi n. Diamond, t'earl, nos. I anu 2 Aatc, nos. 1, 2 and 3 A-jati o:i Nonpari' l body Nonpariel, nos. I, 2, 3 and 4 Minionett , nos. I and 2 Min;on, nos. I, 2, 3 und 4 Mmio:l on Brevier body Brevier on . Minion hody Brevier, nos. I, 2, 3 and 4 Brevier on Burois hodv Brevier o l Lonr Primer body Burjois on Brevier body Burgois, nn. I, 2, 3 and 4 Burgois on Lon Friiner body Long Primer, nos. I, 3 anil 4 Long Primer on Small Pica body Small Pica, nos. 1 :ind 2 Pica o i S uall Pica body Pica, nos. 1 , 2 anil 3 Pica on English body English, nos 1 and 2 Great Primer, Paragon, Douhle English Double Paragon, C. nnon Five line Pica to twenty Eight line Pica Gothic condense to 25 Seven line anil ten line Pica ornamental 6, 7. 9, 12 and 15 lines Pica shaded 8, 10, 15 and 16 lines Antique shaded. Also a lar and heaulilul collection of flowers, from pearl to seven lin s i ica, which are not to b. found in any other specimen ; a new assortment of ornamental dasln s, a variety of card borders, near two thousand metal ornaments, brass rule, leads ol various thickness, astronomical and physical sins, imtal and brass dashes from 3 to 30 ems long; "rrat primer and double pica Scripts on inclined Surly; . diamond and nonpariel music of various kinds antique light and heavy fac- two line letti r lull face Roman & I'alic no.puriel, minion, brevier. Innz primer and other blacks; nonpariel, minion ami brevier Greek, Hebrew and Saxon. A lare variety of ornaments, calculated particii 'arlv for h- Spanish and South American mark t: Span'sh, French and Portuguese accents furnished to order, Willi every other article made useol in the nfintina business. All of which can he furnished nt s!rtrt notice, of as pond qua'ity and on as reason able terms, as any other establishment. CONNER & COOK, Corner of Nassau &Ann streets. New York M i r , r. sto . THE Subscriber having recently rrpened & new uuarrv ol" superior writ, is Drenared to furnish any number of Stones, either at the quarry or at the tore of C J. Orrell, Fayetteville. The quality of the JVfo'.re county Stones is so well known as not to need descrintion and the Subscriber will ,-. rant all stones sold by him. If they should not prove to oa good, another pair will be furnished without, charge. The oriee is lower than her..tn. fore. Persons wishinr to nurchaae. ran ;n nr. son. nr bv k-tter addressed tn rrh.rr. ..r county, N. C. with dtscriplion of the size wnnted. JrTSSK SOWELL. Moore County, April SO, 1839. - 8 tf. J. fe ffm MAVE Just received a larjro assortment nt Anker IJo tmg Clotha. Which wul be sold ''""P- April ir. 1S39. tSBtft ft D0ZEN TEAS, 350 doz. Plates, J W 850 d. z. Titn.blers, j usi rcceiven ana lor st I- lv . PETER P. JOHNSON. April 2", 1839. gtf BLANKS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, EXCCVTEB WITH NKATMEtS, AT THM OiriU. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Sampson County. Court of Pleas ad Q.uarter Sessions, February j.erm, tow. John Robinson ) vs. Constable's Levy on Laud. Losan Matthews. ITT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Defendant natu removed irom mis State, so that a personal notice of said levy cannot be served on him, jt is therefore Utaerea oy tne Court, that publication be made in Ihe JNorth Carolinian for 6 weeks, notifying said Defendant of said levy on his land, and requiring him to appear at the next Term of said Court, and shew cause ao-ainst the same, or on order will be made by said Court for the sale of the lands levied on aa afore said, for the satisfaction of Plaintiff's demand. Witness, Thomas I. Faison, Clerk of said Court, at office in Clinton, the third Monday in February, A. D. 1839, and of American Independence, the 63rd. THOS. I. FAISUN, Clerk. March 2, 1839. I 6w UST received by Steamer Henrietta, 100,000 best SPA NISH CIGARS, 50 boxes hunch K.AliJ, 20 barrels BUTTER CRACKERS, Also, a variety of SWEETMEATS, A. M. CAMPBELL. March 3, 1839. 1 tf HOTEL. It is with much pleasure I inform tne public, that I have taken charge of the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, in the Town "br CLINTON, Sampsnn county, North Carolina. Ii i- with equal pleasure that I assure the pubfic, that no pains or exertions shall be dispensed with, ne cessary to the comfort and caso of those who may feel inclined to patronize me. My TaBi.r wil at all times be. supplied with the beet viands thiscoun liy can afford. Families travelling East and West, North and South, will find the accommodations in the Lafay ette Hotel inferior ti none in the Southern country. Viaticum for their journey will be neatly provided when required. The members of our Bar will meet with a most kind and hospitable reception; very facility will he afforded them for counselling with their clients. B. STITH, M. D. March 2. 18S9. J-tf arrangements rPHE Subscriber has made -SS- in run thr-Hf iVIill.:- Thev sir. heinr i!.rirn loh. ly repaired and will be ready for the reception of grain by the 1st April next. geo. McNeill. 5- Wanted to hire, a good MILLER; als proposals for 500 FLOUR BARRELS, mar 16 3-fv. G. MrN. tOOK VV ANTLD A Woman of sober, honest and industrious habits, who is a ood cook, and without children, will meet with emp.oyinent, by applying at the office of The North Carolinian. march 23 4-3t 1TK11. Tliomas J. Jordan has re- sJ' moved to Liberty Point, on the north side of Person street, a few doors above Mr. John M. Sled man's store. mar 9 2tf ISA Hhds. prime MOLASSES, 50 bairels trimmed Heriings 20 firkins prime Mountain Butter 100 aeks B'own Salt 50 casks Stone Lime (imslackcd) 5 casks Rice 100 bushels Sred Oats (black) 10 do Herd's Gr ss Seed For sale bv GEO. McNEILL, - o ." poct t,JHuy Mount. imy AiCu a?iss. Jewellery, &.c. The subscriber h-iS r c ntly renewed and is now opening a lar;e and handsome nssoitmeiil of Gold, Silver, Duplex, Lepine and pla;n Walch i s, of various qualities. Fine and common fish ionable Jewellery, of cverv description, together wilh a sreat variety of fashionable fancy and i..."iw.i.i -,;c.l lio tedious to enumerate: all of which are off-red at reduced prices. WARREN PRIOR. ttHJ Clock ajiil watch n-painns, and otner work in his line, thankfully received and strictly attend ed to mar 2 111 Pitlsboroitclt Academy. npHE Trustees of this Institution haviug prociin ri the services of a veiy competent and experienced Teacher, Mr. J. M. Lovejoy, beg leave I t t coiiimend it to the notice of parents and guar dians. Mr. Lovejoy has had charge of this school for the last eiht months, with about thirty boys un der bis tuition; and the Trustees and parents ex press universal gratification at the skiHtil and suc cessful mana:;eineiit of that gentleman as a teacher. Roys are prepared fir College at cheap rales; under the most approved discipline and strietist attention to the'r morals, and ijeneral dc'Mtrtmenl. The location is perfectly healthy, and boa'd can he obtained tt 10 dollars per month in respectable families. Terms of tuition for students in the classics, per session, oimmrncin 2 the 14th Januifty, 1839, 18 dollars; lor all other students, 15 dollars. By older of the board. M. a. WADDELL, Secretary. mar 2 1. 3m SIR P H IL.IP. THIS thorough-bred and beautiful Horse, five years old, will make Ins first season this spring, and will stand at the Plantation of VVm. Lalta, (and may be seen f-equentlv at his stable in Town,) Avoras'.orou2h and McArtliur's Bridge. SIR FHXXtXP is a beautiful dark bay, hand -.ouielv dappled, b'u k mane, tail and lee, full 16 hands hih. Sir Philip was sired by Optiiuus, and lain bv Sir Arch v. For full Pedigree and terms, se -handbills of the day. ISHAM DRAKE. mar 30 5; 2m Groom for the Oxoner. JV WEST TEJfJfESSEE, Jl ACRES or LAND, in Gibson Tt"-J :,imlt- on lhi 1i.lHI. P..rb ..r il... orkeil-Deer Rivi r, Secl-on first. Range 4 ami 5, iow in the cam of Al!eu McDou-ald. from this Comity, who now lives near the land. April 13. 7tf DUNCAN CAMPBELL. gmfh barrels IRISH POTATOES, JW intw ni till t:itwlir-j.fr cilr Kv mar 9 (y) GEO. McNEILI- NOTICE XV Afc- taken up and con uinteil to ihe Jail of W W Cumberland county, on Saturday last, a ne- iro man, whoc. 1 s himself Bryant, and savs he be longs to Joseph Wilson,a neim trader; and that he was rsisert ny Joan Jarman of Duplin Count v. and sold by J.irman to said Wiison. He is about thiiiv yeais ol r.ge, dark complecti d, and has a smidl scar on his riff it check; five leel two or three inches h ff'i; he nad on when taken nn, an aid Blue Frock Ci.at mixed Blue hoinesnun uanlaloons. Thenw. ner is requested ti cOme forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, or he will be dealt with as the law directs. ALEXANDER JOHNSON, S'leriff April 27, 1839. 9 -tt. "ICLANK WARRANTS, Deeds. CcOmmon) Sheriff's Deeds, -Constables Ca. Sa. Bonds, Do Delivery do Appeal Bonds, Equity Subpoenas, Superior Court Fi. Fa. County Court Sci. Fa. to re vive judgment. County Court Subpoenas, Superior Court Warrants, Bonds for Col'rd. Apprentices. Fo i,LK xi this Office. AS my son Evere tt, at present under se, bavin, seen cauaeto leave my root; and protection ,aS5 father, without any just provocation, I caution rt! public against barborin? account, as I am determined to Dav no debt. nfiZ . . w. uQ contracting. May 4, 1839. WILLIAM SCOTT, Jl Colored free-man. '.Dress tbe grave of thy Friend.' i J-fc-lfiBS POSTER. Liberty Point Fayetteville, opposite THE JjiCKSOJV HOTEL. May 4. 10 (y) ADMINISTRATORS Notice The subecriber havino qualified BsAdminis i -traior on the estate of Anson Bailey deceased, at f '( ' March term of the County Court of Cumberland, : V hereby notifies all persons indchti d to said Mtat. Sv. to come forward and pay their respective dues; and ' . lie further notifies all persons having claims against - . said deceased, to orescnt them within the time nre. J scribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bat of their recovery. GEORGE T. BARKSDALE, March 6, 1839. 2-3t Administrator. Jk lMINISTIt ATOR'S Sale Will b- sold at the late residence of Anson Baiiey deceased, all the perishable property belong in; to said estate. The sale will take place on the 28th March, 1839. Six months credit will be given for all sums over four dollars. Bond and approved security will be required from all purchasers before tho property will be delivered. The negroes bl unging to the estate, will also be hired on thatdaj GEORGE T. BARKSDALE, March 6, 1839. 2-3t Administrator. Tlie North-Carolinian" PRINTIIIO OFFICE. THE subscriber having purchased the Jour nal establishment, and made considerable ad ditions to it, is p.-i p.ned to execute in a neat and exn ditious manner, BOOK, PAMPHLET AND JOB PRINTING. He will keep on hand, a gen. eral asso tment of BL A UK Si of the most ap-.- proved forms, for Cicrks of Courts, Sheriffs, Corw stables, &c. sc. His prices are regulated by those adopted at the Editorial Convention, held at Ra. leiuh. Hand ISillson inetliun , royal or super royai . quarto, for 30 copies, $2 5", for 50 copies g3, and : 91 tor every additional 100 copies. Horse Bills for a small one, 30 copies, $3 00. Larger ones in proportion to the size and numbei printed. Lar?e Cards, a single pnek, IJ3, and ff 25 for every additional pack. Small Card, a single pad $2, and $1 tor every additional pack. BLANKS Kept constant y on hand for sale at 73 cents per quire ; anil printed to spitial oid r, for a sincfe (.. Fm mvory J'lf tMtiaJ qoire undi r five, $1:; exceeding five quires, 75 cenis,per quire. . H. L. HOLMES. I STATE OF NORTH CAUULINA, Sampson County. ) Courtof Pleas and Quarter jScs ions, Fehruarj Teem, 1 839. William Tew i Original Attachment levsJ vs: on the lands of the Dete Loan M.itiheus. J .danf. B"T appearing to the satisfaction of the Coir that ihe D. leed.int hath removed b. yond tb limits o) this f late, so that the ordinary process a law cannot be serv d en liim, it is thcrd'oie Oraatt by the Con rt, that piihlicntion be made for fi-.lt weeks in The North Carolinian, not'dymo Eaifl Di tendant ot th - levy of said attachment, and rrqun inar hinrto appenr, rc)h vy and plend at the mi term of this Cturt, or judgment, by default, vill 1 award-.'d against him, and the lands levied on wit he condemned to the satisfaction of Plantifl's At maud. Wit ness, Thomas I. Faison, Clerk of said Biti at office, in Clinton, the third Monday in Febiuan, A. D. 1839, and of American Independent , till ' 63rd. THOS. I. FA ISOU, ( Merit. .March 2, 1839. I 8w STATE OF NOItTH-CAKOMNAJ Sampsnn County, j Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessicns, ttbruar Tejm, 1839, Jonathan Carr, Executorof Caveat of the si" Jonathan Cai r, d ceased, of the dee'd, and if!i -vs. then ui on of ik. Ev. ri t Carr. sajvit v I ron." A Paper writing, purport iug to be the Id will and testament ol Jonathan Carr, drees' being exhibited in open couit and offered for "' hate, by Jonathan Carr the Executor therein con luted, and the defendant Even t Carr bavin" rntc ed a covi-at against the probate thereof, an issue v thereupon made up io be f ri d by a jury of the co try. Whether the said paper writing is the la?'1 and tesiam nt of the said Jonathan Carr, dre'i and it appearing to the court that Har" A. Cm Alfred Turner and his wife Anne, and Mary Aw Elizabeth, Margaret and Rachel Rowles, intenslK as the- next of kin ot the deceased, are net ir habitants of this State, It is ordered bv the Corf that publication be made in " The North-Canr linian" for eioht weeks, notifying the said p' tins and next ot kin, to appear at the next Court Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held fr County of Sampson, at the Court House in ClinM on the 3d Monday in May next, then and tlierrt make themselves parties of record to the suit on tv trial of the said issue, otherwise they will be p1 eluded from all right thereafter of coveatingorol erwise hindering the p-obate of said will. Witness, Thomas I. Faison, Clerk of said Co1 at office, in Clinton, the third Monday in Fehniart A. D. 1839, and of American Independence fhc M THOS. I. FAISON, Clerk. March 2. 1839. 1 w STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.! - Sampson County- i Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Febrti' Term, 1839. I lolmes and Blunting 1 vs. Levy on Land. Jordon Woo' on. ) IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Coif that the Defendant hath removed from State, so that a personal notice of said levy cn he served on him. it is therefore Ordered br Court that publication be made in The Nwrth nnian lor 6 weeks, notifying the said Detenu1" said levy on his land, and requiring him to pr at the next Term of the Court, and shew nainst the same, nr nn order will he made by Court for th safe ot the lands levied on asafot for the satisfac tion of Plaintiff's demand. . -" W itness, Thomts I. Faison, Clerk of said at office, in Clinton, the thi d Monday in Feb" A. D. 1839, and of American Independence, , f 63rd. THOS. I. Jf AISON, Cle April 8, 1838b . . . -4T ' j , c .8 1