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From the '"Wheeling Times, May 7. Business. There is quife a fine rise now iu the river, affording excellent opportunities for the shipment of Hour, Coal, &c. Since our last about five thousand barrels have chan ged hands and been shipped for New Orleans and Philadelphia, at p-50 per barrel. Bacon is a shade, higher, and we quote 9 1-2 a 10c. hog round. Sales pretty brisk and heavy. 5 Whiskey may fai.ly be quoted at 59 etc. wholesale. Coal is passing down the river in immense quantities. We think from two hundred and fifty to three hundred thou sand bushels will leave here this week for Cincinnati, Louisville, and New Oilcans. In the Recorder's Court, New York, Geo. W. Dixon was found guilty of .a libel on the Rev. Dr. Hawks, and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment in the Peneteutiary. Federal Court. The Spring Term oTthis Tribu nal for the District of North Carolina, commenced in this city on Monday last. Present, Judges UarDOurauu rwiw. On Tuesday, Boardman, a -seaman, brought from Newbern, was tried for mutiny and an attempt at mutiny. He was found guilty, and sentenced to two years imprisoment. The prosecution was conducted by Mr. Badarer, the defence by Jlr. Bryan. Euleigh Star. Gen. James Hamilton of;S..C. arrived in this city on Saturday in the boat frorn Nor folk, on his way to New. York, where he will take-passage to Europe, with a view to negO' tiate a loan for Texas, that government having appointed him a commissioner for that pur pose. Ball. Pal. ' r The President of the United States has of ficially recognised Friedrich Rodewale, as Consul for the Republic of Hamburg, at Baltimore. FROM THE UNITED STATES GAZETTE. GENEKAL ASSEMBLY. The General - Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of the United States, met in this city, agree ably to appointment, Thursday, May 16th, 1839. First Pi-estyterian Church. 11 o'clock, A. M. The Assembly was opened with a sermon, by the Rev. Dr. Fisher, moderator of the last Assembly. After public worship, the Assembly was consti tuted with prayer. The committee onCommissions made their report of the number of Commissioners en rolled. After which several others were reported and added, making the number about 150 members. The Rev. Baxftr Dickinson, D. D., of Lane Sem inary, was unanimously elected Moderator, and the Rev. Henry A. Rowland chosen temporary Clerk. , Seventh Presbyteriari Church, Thursday morning, 11 o'clock. The Assembly was opened with a sermon by the K.ev. Dr. Plummer, the Jloderator of the last As sembly. After Dublic worshio. the Assembly was consti tuted with prayer. The committee on commissions made report ot the number ot Commissioners en rolled subsequently some others were added, mak ias in all about 160 members. The Rev. J. L. Wilson, from Cincinnati, was unanimously chosen A'oderator, and the Rev. Jacob Green, temporary Clerk. Sir Walter Scott, for the whole of his wri tings, now comprised iu eighty volumes, re ceived not less than 250,000. Messrs.. Lea & Blanchard have published in two octavo volumes, "The history of the JNavy ot the U tilted btates of America, by J. Fennimore Cooper." The Tyne JWercury says successful expe imeuts have been made, by which the har poon 12 lb. weight can be fired out of a piece fof artillery with perfect precision, and driven linto a whale forty yards distant. Gun boats 'will thus be used in whale fishing. " Flourishing condition of St. Louis, JWis- i iouri. Incredible as it may seem, there are pio less than 1000 new edifices going up ia that city, and all it is said will be rented be Ifbre they are finished. I A shark eighteen feet long was caught by lie crew of the brisr. Hellen, of Providence, - pn a late voyage toMatanzas. His fiver con 1 bined ten gallons of pure limpid oil; his jaws pleasured twenty-one inches apart when ex ended; he had forty-four rows of sharp saw Weth, two hundred and twenty ia number. jThe day before his capture, a large shark jump ed on the gunwale of the boat, capsized it, and leized one of the crew in the boat at the lime. .'he next day, this monster was taken with a chain hook baited with a large piece of beef. JV. Y. Jour.oj Com. Paganini. The physicians despair of being ible to prolong the days of this most eminent krtist, who appears to have lived for some time ast by positive enchantment. It is said that j'aganini will leave a fortune of ten millions V francs (400,OCOZ.,) which, according to his '. fet intention, will be divided among his musi- VI colleagues, both in France and Italy, hose number is rated at between seven and )ight hundred. France JWusicale. V A Fact for those vho disbelieve the conta gion of Plague. It is a little remarkable, as Jlated by Mr. Baldwin, that among upwards f a million of inhabitants carried off by the Plague in Upper and Lower Egypt during the space of four years, not a single oil man or dealer in oil suffered. The same fact' was poticed during the plague iu London. It is low the common practice for all physicians nd nurses in the plague to besmear their ta les, hands and bodies with oil, and to wear Sled silk garments. ; . Texian Navy. We learn from the Alex- ndria Gazette, that Lieut. Edwin W. Moore, - .1 TT U 1T 1. . 1 .1 16 oi me o. j.uvy, nas accepted me situ- ion ottered him by theT.exian Government, ommnnder-in-Uhief of the iexianNavv. Lake Scenery. What would father ITph. pin and his brother missionaries, who saw L. ii i ii .u: : r. , m ianc siiuica iu uu men i liuiiive ana sa ge wild ness,-have said to a paragraph like 5 following: Still they corns. Uuwards of seventy vrs- .J J Ms were in the Cleveland Harbor on the ICth, Isplaymg quite a forest of trees for nearly a ie on me river, Chicago. Up to the 2d of Mav. there had n 91 arrivals of schooners at Chicasro. and 2 departures, besides 10 arrivals and 11 de- .rtures of steamboats. The first arrival of teamboat was April 30. A pretty fair immencement. LBennM da. Dates to May 7th, state, that i ite Auimrai ixaivey arrived the 4th in : Inconsistaut frigate. The shiD Boarlirosr arrived out with 170 convicts for the Gov ment works, and would . take back 150. fhose term of Irausportation had .expired. tie wreck of a brmautine. of 130 tons, snn- ased to be from Boston, had been seen off George's.' Three fine whales have r- kntly been taken off the Islands. The negro population of Africa is supposed to amount to very near a hundred million; in America the negro race may be taken at eight millions, the European at twenty. . Quarterly Revietc. Mr Macaulay, Dr. Southerly, Sir John Barrow and other "eminent men have received at times one hundred guineas for a single article in the Quarterly and Edinburgh Re view. - Female slavery shirt and stay-making. An enormous quantity of these articles are made in the two parishes of Portsmouth and Portsea, to the manifest detriment of the poor rates and the morals of the females em ployed, and which detriment and demoraliza tion arise from the infamous and unjustly low prices given for the work performed The best workers cannot obtain 2s. a week, though the v work eat ly and late,' and the fact will scarcely be credited, that a dozen of seamen's shirts are made for tenpence, and even this price has been known to be withheld on the allegation the work is bad! A better article, called yacht shiits, with full bosoms and stich ed collars and cuffs, are made for 2s. 4d. per dozen. At these prices the wretched females Cannot earn more than two pence a day. Hampshire Eng.) Telegraph. We witness no such scenes as these iu this Democratic country of ours, where the IVhigs say, we have the (imost corit:pt Government oh the face of the Globe." F A ITBSTTByili liis; - SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1E39. Tallahassee, May 11. On Wednesday night last, we are informed, a party of thirteen Indians, attacked a dwel ling in the neighborhood of Mr. Wm. Bella my, about seven miles from Monticello. The family were awakened by the noise of the In dians, it being late at night, and made their escape in the rear of the house. A part of the buildings were set fire to and destroyed, but a detachment of Capt. Rowell's company arrived in time to drive off the Indians and extinguish the fire. The trail was pursued next day, but no Indians captured. Among other pretenders to the hand of Queen Victoria, is a nephew of Leopold, King of the Belgians, whilome the husband of the Princess Charlotte. A London paper, the 'Age,' hits off the foreign Prince in the following pretended letter from his Highness, rebuking the objections of that paper to the match. To the Editor of the Age, Sake, I shall addresser you in -JLtlmimh cos vy? Cos iu hunnare of de coontray in vich I vos vant to be second rang personee. Yer veil. Terefore if the Q vos like me to mari her, Cottam, Sare, vat am tat to you, eh? Am you her modare? Ver veil, ten; vat rite you to object to tis alliance eh? Not ing, von tarn noting. Terefore, Sare, I vos appy to trouble ycu to hond fast your tarn tongue. La Baron ne tell to me tat her M 's modare hab no' objection, terefore, vy should nobody else hab now? Vysall you play him debbel vid dis littel probet ob my nncaleand stockmar, and odaie som ver tere amis? Tt vos ver mosh tamuable! I say dat, Sare! Terefore, you will be please to co to de debbel! I am Sare, Albert Framois Auguste Charles Emanuel. The ship Edmund Perkins arrived at New Orleans from Liverpool on the 6th instant, having on board $123,000 iu specie. The ship Natchez, arrived at New York from Valparaiso, also brings $196:2S0 in specie. A L'ABRI. This is the name, with the alias, the 'vTent Pitched," which N. P. Willis has adopted for a small volume of letters to Dr. Porter, most of which were published in the New Yor Mir ror. These letters, though written in haste, have about them that polish which is found on good steel, shining more the more rapidly it is cut. When these letters appeared in the Mirror, under a Bridge, we copied several of them for their great beauty, and we are glad now to have the whole in an available size, so as to read and admire them together. They are beautiful samples of easy diction and cor rect thought, and if they had been found in the valley of the Tiber, instead of that of the Susquehanna, Pliny might have been credited with many of them. U. S, Gazelle. Johnson's opinion of Economy. AH to whom want is terrible, upon whatever prin ciple, ought to think themselves obliged to learn the sage maxims of our parsimonious ancestors, and attain the salutary art of con tracting expense; for without economy none can be rich, and 'with it, few can be poor. The mere power of saving what is already in odr hands, must be of easy acquisition to ev ery mind; and as the example of Lord Bacon may show that the highest intellect cannot safely neglect it, a thousand instances every day, prove that the humblest may piactice it with success. Rambler. THE Printing establishment of the Milton Spectator is offered for sale on accommodating terms. To a: practical printer with a small family, the equation is a very desirable one. Professional and other engagements, demanding at present, the whole ot my time, ::Ine prevent me lrom again as suming the editorial chair, which, with some excep tions, hits been to me a source of pleasure and pro fit. There is, prrlraps, no village m'the State that holds out better inducements for an establishment of this kind. . , , fCJEditors of papers exchanging with the Spec tator, wilt confer a favor by giving this notice one or two insertions. " i . ' N.J. PALMER. Mlorr, N. C. January 21, 1839. - "Another of -the 1100 Whigs of Anson!' complains bitterly, nay almost weeps, that "One of the People" should dare to call his party-federalists. We refer the writer to Mr. Noah's article, to prove that Southern. Whigs are either compelled to desert their position, or submit to work gently in the traces of feder alism, for the purpose, as avowed by the Star, of restoring the Administration of this Gov ernment to the hands of the old Blue-Light, New England Hartford Convention, federal dynasty. ' "Drowning- men catch at straws." FROM THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. NATIONAL DEBT. Mr. Secretary Woodbury that on the 1st of May, the amount of Trea sury Notes outstanding of the new issues, is $6,963,554 S4 And of the old issues an ag gregate of 4,SS2,569 70 $11,846,124 54 Which is the amount of the new National Debt, created by this economical Administra tion, in a period of profound peace the Flo rida war always excepted! If Mr. Clay's land bill had passed, dividing $50,000,000 among the States, the debt would have been $61,846,124 54. And if tin thrice beaten racer for the Presidency, had been successful, the debt would have beer swelled $170,000,000 more, unless, he had raised the money by a high Tariff, (see Mr. Flagg's report). The whigs only fret because the Governnment issues its own Treasury notes, instead of paying a King Bank to is sue notes for them; or instead of borrowing money as their party wished to do, at the short session, and paying interest to foreign capitalists. "WHIG CREED."" ' An article under the above head, has been published in many of the whig papers of the State, originating we believe in the political sagacity of the Raleigh Register. It contains eight short items, as embodying the principles of that party; we propose to give this famous "creed" a slight notice. The first article in it for which these whigs profess to contend, is "An equal distribu- Remark. This tion of the proceeds means, take all this of the public lands." money from the trea sury, and compel the Government to resort to a high Tariff; Mr. Clay's favorite measure. ... Remark. This means, give the whig President (Clay,) his fifiy million llanL; his high tariff, and his American System, to diminish "Executive patronage." Remark. This means, that when Clay is President he will keep Van Buren men ju office icho believes it? Remark. This means, to authorise the whig Governor of North Carolina, in his discretion, to dis continue, the works on the Arsenal here, and the Mint at Char lotte, as not being ''legitimate objects of expenditure." Remark. This means, that our North Carolina banks are sick, and Mr. Clay's fifty million bank would cure them. If to kill a man, will make him healthy, this were to make ow currency healthy. Remark. This means, a gag-law, to keep post masters and others from telling their neighbors, how they are going to vote. Article the 2nd. "The restoration of power to the people from the Executive." Article the 3d. The restoration of Government, to the true, safe, and legit imate purposes, of the whole people, not of a parly. , Article the 4th. "The rescue of the Government from the hands of those who spend more of the pub lic money than is ne cessary for legitimate objects." Article the 5lh. "A sound and healthy currency, as well for the people, as the of fice holders." Article the 6th. "A never dying op position to the prac tice of using the pa tronage of office for partizan purposes, & for controlling the freedom of elections." Article the 7th "The taking the pub lic money, out of the hands of the Presi dent, and placing it under the control of Congress." Remark. This means, that Congress has by law, no con trol over the public moneys, nor the Trea surer any right to hold the money subject to the appropriations by Congress. (The new lights have not look ed into their political horn books lately.) Remark. This means, please turn the Democratic party out, and put the Whi party in, and let then for once victors,) be come the spoils party, as they are in Con necticut and Massa chusetts and icere ic New York. Qerr. What are ,!the true, safe and legitimate purposes of the whole people? tQuerr. Did not the writer mean illegitimate? We respectfully suggest that, when the Harrisburg Convention meets, a committee of North Carolina Whig editors, be appoint ed to revise, enlarge or contract, a($cnd and correct "The Whig Creed , above remarked uPoa ; Aai we merely hint, that perhaps it "m oeas well to proceed as legislators do un a resolution sometimes, i. e. strike out all after the word resolved and substitute "a creed entirely tew. By that time the party will have been organized thoroughly . and rh editorial tommittee of this grand council of can be prepared to give to the public ah appropriate new light whig creed Wont you be delighted to see it. reader? lou must get it by heart when it comes out. It will be calculated to supply the place of a Constitution for the United States, and if the new lights beat us, it will probably supersede that instrument. 1 Almost the Ditto of the Clinton Convention. In the Observer's report of the Whig meeting in this town last Saturday, it is announced that "a portion" of thescitizens of Cumberland as sembled, &c. What portion think you, read er, atter full notice, due advertisement, am ple preparation! Only 18; a3 our friends re port; and as a member present stated, between twenty and twenty-five. Hurra, for Wm. A. Morris. This looks ominous of Deberry's fate in Cumberland. The editor of the Observer addressed us a note, last Saturday, contradicting the state ments of a writer in the Carolinian of that week, over the signature of "Fair Play." Those statements were, in substance, that the editor of the Observer, had supported the elec tion of Mr. Culpeper, (a minister of the gospel) and that he acted inconsistently in his article of last week against Mr. Morris, on the score of his being a preacher of the gospel, or exhorter. , We cheerfully give to our readers, the prompt, unqualified denial of Mr. Hale, to the charge made against him by "Fair Play."- and with the permission of the writer signing himself "Fair Play," we will give his name to the editor of the Observer, in all frankness, in private. But we hope the Observer will excuse our publishing his note, as requested. We were not present when the article writ ten by. "Fair Play" was set up, and as we know nothing of the editor's course in the matter alluded to; we take no part in the affair. We merely publish this denial as an act of justice, upon the request contained in the note above alluded to. But we beg leave to remark, that we hope the "State" is in no danger of "a union with the Church" by the election of a religious man to Congress; although he may have preached the gospel. We think a small sprinkling of such "men, would be "a little leven" very much tatiou iu Congress. Article the Sth.' "The rescue of the Government, from the hands of those who declare that its offi ces and emoluments are "party spoils" to be divided among the victors." rhe Virginia elections for members of Congress, and the Legislature, took place ksl Thursday. If the opposition party have succeeded, it only amounts to this, that the ''armed neutrality" under Rives have done what Judge White's friends did in Tennes see, divided the Republican ranks, and got up a new candidate for the Vice Presidency: perhaps for the Presidency. This trick may carry the State as it did Tennessee, but the result will be to Rives what the former manceuver was to White a means of laying him on the shelf forever. If the Democrats have carried Virginia, it will prove a "vale! vale! longinque vale!" to the ephemeral power of federalism. thv. r.u XT i srT-iF.ivfF. np.vp.T.nPF.m WHIGGERY FEDERALISM ABOLITIONISM. Tlieir respective relations and positions de ' fined. The New York Evening Star, one of the most powerful organs in the whole whig pha lanx of editors; one whose editorial articles shew distinctly, the principles upon which his party act, contained in the number of the 24th ult. of that print, a labored article, speaking volumes as to the attitude which his party now occupies. We call the particular attention of all dem ocrats all States' rights men all citizens of the South, to this article: and chiefly to its concluding paragraph, in these words: "If Mr. Clay is not the candidate ofthe whig party, uniting cordially, honestly and in good faith, the strength of Mr. Webster and Gen. Harrison, nothing can prevent Mr. Van Bu ren's election for another and a final term. We shall not allow ourselves to deceive the people as to any other result; it is the natural course-of events; and then commences a new political revolution, to throw the presidency south or west oj the jroiomac, ana au me pa tronage and power of the administration will be brought in aid of "this project; aboli tion receives its final blow, 3 and eastern politicians deceived in their strength and in fluence, may remain for ages before the exec utive power swings back to that old and pa triotic portion ofthe empire. This plan may be prevented by the choice of Mr. Clay. The south confides in him. The east has ever found him a true friend. The west will sus- tain him m toe coninct. Jei ir. eDsier and his prudent friends reflect on the subject before it is too late." This proves' that the opposition or whig party, openly avow that in Mr. Clay, they support a southern man, with northern prin ciples. It proves that they acknowledge Mr. Van Buren, his adversary, to be a northern man, with southern principles. Here is the declaration that Mr. Clay, whom the fieasthas ever found a true friend submits to be the mere instrument, the "cat's paw" by which the federal politicians are to "swing back the. executive power to that old and patriotic section of I the empire" the north; and having thus accomplished his trea son to the interests of the whole south, leave the diadem upon the brow of Daniel Webster. Yes-i-this is to be the grand consummation the finale the ultimate, paramount object of the present whig politics. This magnificent scheme ofthe whigs, too, mo iu ue pusueu iorwaru io us consummation, for the avowed purpose of preventing "a new political revolution," (to commence, as the Star says, by the re-election of Mr. Van Bu ren,) "by which, "all the aid and patronage of the Government (under Mr.. V. B.) will be brought in aid of the project, to throw the pre sidency south or tvest of the Potomac." . And what else are these laudable, whig efforts for Mr. Clay and federalism, to prevent? Simply this, my southern .slave-holding reader: they are meant, as the great whig editor says, to prevent "abolition from receiving its filial blow"!!! Is it Mr. Van Buren and his party, who, if they keep in power, are to give "abolition its final blow," and keep the executive chair filled with a Southern President? And is it Mr. Clay and hid whigs, that are at work to prevent them? Choose ye between the two, and let your choice be Unprejudiced. There can be no doubt where all the friends of the South will be found on this issue. If Major Noah of the Star, be not one of the leading organs of the whigs, then they have none at all. There is no paper from whose columns their "higglety-pigglety" poli tics can be gleaned. We give another extract from this article in the Star. It needs no further comment. It is as follows: "It may not however be too late; but the first step would be for Mr. Webster to fall back on friends who can be confided in, and casting aside all feelings of distrust towards Mr. Clay, go with him and his friends open ly, manfully and cheerfully for a nomination, and thus place himself on the only sure road Jor promotion and advancement, wnicn ap pears through the clouds that now surround us." The editor of the New York Herald, (a sub altern in the corps of which Capt. Dalgettie of the Star is commandant,) inquires in a late paper, "when the whig committee (in the city) will pay their debts!" Mr. Bennett never practiced law, or he would know, that he ought to secure his fee always before the trial of the suit. The charter elections are over, and even if the quidam honoranum is not forthcoming, the feelings of the honorable "Whig Committee" should be saved the shame puaum in iho tiablic prints. Ihe bank whigs, it seems, have committees, to act as Sub Treasurers to operate on the press at the elections. Immaculate advocates of the puri ty of the elective franchise! The Observer has a long article this week, to prove that the friends ofthe administration, have voted to charter State Banks. It seems to us his two columns on this subject, make a case of " Ocean into tempest wrought, To waft a feather." The editor is aware, that the Administration party's opposition is, to a "Bank of the United States." They have no hostility to State Banks; and if they have been led away together with their political opponents, by the prevailing mania for bank expansions in the States, (and especially in the tom-foolery of issuing small bills;) it can, by no means, be attributed to them as a political movement; it only shows the depraved state of public sen timent upon the subject of the paper money, credit system, against which (in the case of the said small bills) we should like to have appeared as champion, if the knight of the shinplasters, had taken up our gage, so often thrown down to him, and entered the lists on the other side. Definition Faction. A party in a State, who use every means, short of taking up arms, to thwart the Administration ofthe Go vernment. Who by a systematic concert of action de sign to reduce the Government to state a of bankruptcy, so that they may cause the in cumbents in public offices to be removed, and have those of their own party substituted in their stead. Is there such a party in the U. States? . - . - Does not Mr. Clay's bill to give away fifty millions of dollars, so long persevered in by him and his friends, look like it? To Correspondents. "Mac" is informed that, upon further reflection, we prefer not to publish his last communication. It is on a subject which we prefer to see treated in prose, and by persons who were present at the Scene alluded to and do not withhold their names. "A farmer's Son," will excuse our omission to publish his production mis week. It re quires much correction aud alteration, which we have not tima to make. FAYETTEVILLE MARKET. Brandy, peach, 1 00; ap. 75a80c; Bacon, 9 a 1 1; Beeswax, 25; Coflee, 12 a 13c; Potton, 13al4jc; Cotton yarn, 24 a 32c; Com, 1 10; Candles, F. F. 18 a 20; Flaxseed, 1 00 a 1 25; F!pur, 5 00 a 6 00; Feathers, 45c; Iron, bar, 5J a 6; Molasses, 35 a 40; Nails, cut, 7 a 8c; Sugar, brown, 8 a 12; Lump 16; Loaf, 18 a 20; Salt, 75 a 90; sack, 2 50 a 2 75; To bacco, leaf, 8 a 10; Cotton Bagsnng, 16 a 20, Bale Rope, 8 a 12; Wheat, 1 25 a I 35; Whiskey, 50; Woo!', 25 a 30. Umbrella Lost.. THE person who took an Umbrella from my counter, will please return it immediately, or expect to be mane an example ot. inay 25-13tf , . . A. M. CAMPBELL; 1 ROM Mich'l L. Cc STATE OF NORTH CAROLINATi n . -,'r.. - Sampson County. Coart of Picas and Cluarter Sessions, May Term, Charles Stevens, ) ' V .r C James M. Robinsons' and ' others, summoned as Garni-: f shees. T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court' that the Defendant in ih c.. vt;u.i t - ... absconded or so conceals himself that the oidinarv process of law cannot be served on him, whereupon ' it is ordered by tho Court that publication be mkda for . six - weeks in the North r.nr,.i;r,v fymg said Cope ofthe issuing of said Attachment, and requiring him to appear at the next TerrrT of " said Court to be held on the 3d Monday in August loan I .1 i .1 i ' - . . - " '" nu iiiero. replevy and plead, or udsment 1V Default will hn awnrA'nA the Onndn 1 V i rn .nrl Ttil.ta n 1..1 :tl i ' . condemned to the satisfaction of Plaintiff's demand.. w uness, a nomas l. r aison, Olerk ot said Court it Office, the 3d Monday of May, 1839. THOMAS 1. FAISON, Clerk. May. 25, 1839. " 13 6 w. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Sampson County. $ Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, May Term, 1839. ' William Tew V Original Attachment levied vs: on the lands of the Defen- Jordan Wooton. J dant. ITT appearing to the satisfaction ofthe Court that the Defendant hath removed bcrond the limits of this State, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him, it is therefore Ordered by the Court, that publication be made for ' six weeks in The North Carolinian, notifying said De fendant of the levy of said attachment, and requir ing him to appear, replevy and plead at the next term of this Court, or judgment, by default, will bo awarded against him, and tne lands levied on will be condemned to the satisfaction of Plaritifl's de mand. - " - Witness. Thomas I. Falsofi, Clerk of said Court, at office, in Clinlon, the third Monday in May, A. D. 1839, and of American Independence, tho G3rd. 5 TIIOS. I. FA1SON, Clerk. May 2, 1839. ' J 3 6w STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, f Sampson County. - ,J Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, May Term, 1839. -OHen Mohley "i - - . vs. Original Attachment. Levied on Jordan Wooten, 3 land. . IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the Defendant hath removed from this State, so that a personal notice of said levy cannot be served on nim, it is tneretore ordered ry me oourc, tnai publication be made in the Notlh Carolinian for ,6 weeks, notifyins said Defendant of said levy on his land, and requiring him to appear it the next Term of said Court, and shew cause against the same,' or an order will be made by said Court for the sale of. the lands levied on as aforesaid, tor the satisfaction of Piaintifl's demand. . Witness, Thotnis I. Faison, Clerk of said Court; at office, in Clinton, tho third Monday in -May, A.D. 1839, and of American Independence the $3d. THOS. I. FAISON, Clerk. . May 25, 1333. 13-6w: STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Cumberland County. ) ' INEQUITY. C The Bank ofthe State 61 N. Carolina, Between an4 " William S. Lalta, and others IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Hamilton & Cole, and Kimberly & co. Defend ants in the above case are riot inhabitants of this State, it is therefore ordered that publication bo made for six successive weeks in the North Caroli nian a paper published in the town of Fayetteville. for the said Defendants to appear at tho next Term of the Court of Equitj, to be held for the County of Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the seventh Monday after the fourth Monday of September next, and plead, answer or demur, to said bill, -or the same will be taken pro confesso and heard ex parte. - Witness, Arch'd A. T. Smith, Clerk and Mas ter of our said Court at Office the 6th Monday after the 4th Monday of Aiarch, A. D. 1839. and Ameri can Indepeadence the G3rd. ..... AKUt'U A. T. SMITH, c. M. k. Fayetteville, May. 25, 1839. 13 6w. , STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, i inainam uounty. ) Superior Court of Law, Spring Term, 1839.' . Lydia Lightfoot, ' vs Petition for Divorce.' James Li "lit foot. V IN thiscase it is shewn that a Subpoena hath is- sued to the Defendant, summoning him to- id pear and answer this petition, and the SherifThath returned thereon that the said Defendant is not to be found, and proclamation hems' made according to law, and Defendant faiiingtoappearand answer; it was ordered that another Subpoena sliould issue, and the said second Subpoena being issued, it is re turned by the Sherifl that the Defendant is not to' be found, and tnero lore, proclamation was again made, and the said Defendant yet failed to appear and answer; and it was therefore ordered at the last Court, that advertisement be made in one newspa per only. It is .now ordered by the Court, that tho Defendant shall be notified to appear at the - next Superior Court of Law, for Chatham County,to be hcl J at tho Court House in Pittsborough, on the 3rd Monday in September, 1839, then and there to plead, answer, or demur, to this petition,' or the same will be taken a3 confessed, and heard as n- parte; and this notice shall be given by advertising this order in the Noith Carolina Stanard, published at Raleigh, for three months; and also by advertsing the same for three months in the North Carolinian published at Fayetteville. Witness, John Thompson, Clerk of said. Court, at office, the 3rd Monday in March, A. D. 1 833. J. THOMPSON, Clerk; tTP'The North Carolina Standard will publish the abovefor 3 months. STATE OF NORTH .CAROLINA, ) isumoenana county. , ) .- Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,- March Term, 1839. Henry Bullard, Admins'r. cf Thomas' Eullard lee'd. .'.- n Bedsale & wife Catharine, James Hails iuet, Matthew tiaiisecwite feggy, roily Pl'.ir Tnbn Hnir. Jesse 'Haif. 'Wil 1. " ' 5 - - - , ' - - ' 1; u;r Tliin.-nn Hair. Rcnhsn ftair nnA Xnp Hair, heirs at law-of Stephen- Hair, dee'd. .... . ? Scire x actas. , " T. ..w.iinT tn tlio ffn tlfntifn nf fllft Cmirt that the Defendants, Roger Hair, John Hair, Jesse Hair, William Hair, Duncan Haii , Baeben Hair arid Nancy Hair, are not inhabitants 01 this Mate, it is therefore ordered that publication he made for sis 1 lVrtVi Ci rr TtTlfln tllllluliorl in Cav- etteville, for said Defendants, to appear at the next term ot tnis vourt, 10 De iieiu ai me uoun nouse in t aycttevuie, on ins nrsi iyionuay in june nexi, ana show cause why the lands of said Stephen Hair, dee'd. which descended to them, should not b con demned to the satisfaction of the Plaintifls recovery. Witness, Jno. M'Laurin, Jr. Clerk of our said Court at office, the first Monday of March, Annti Domini," 1839, and in the 63d year of American Iti- epcndcncc. v, . - ' JNO. M'LAURIN, Jr. Clerk. , April 20, "l 839. S Cwv"