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1- li 5 i i 3 f. - HI?, Si". V- ..- i'1 II S-'d: i T-US TME KTQ1RT1HL - CAIROlLllBf iAH Poetical. From Tait's Magazine for June. Hymn The Poor Man' Day. BT EBINKER ELLIOTT. w;t RaHiwth i thm I hail, the Poor Man's Day !" Grahame. Sabbath bp!y ! To the lowly Still thou art a welcome day, "When thou co.nest, earth and ocean, Shade and brightness, rest and motion, Help the poornian'B heart to pray. Sun-waked forest, Bird' that soarest O'er the mute empurpled moor, , Throstle's aong that stream-like flowest, Wind that over dew-drop gocst, Welcoma now the wo-worn poor. Little river, Young forever ! Cloud, gold-bright with thankful glee, Happy woodbine, gladly weeping, Gnat, within the wild -rose keeping, O that tbey vrexo blest as je ! Sabbath holy ! For the lowly Paint with flowers thy glittering sod ; For affliction's sons and da J sh' era B d thy mountains, woods and waters, Pray to God, the poor man's God ! From the fcver Idle never, Where on Hope, Want bars tho door ; From the gloom of airless alleys, Lead thou to green hills and valleys Plundered England's trampled poor. - Pale Toung mother, Gasping brother, Sister toiling in despair. Griff-bowed sire, that life-long die st, Whie-Iipped child that sleeping eighest, Come and drink the light and air ! Tyrants curse ye, "While they nurse ye, Life for deadliest wrongs to pay ; Yet, O Sabbath bringinjj gladness Unto hearts of weary sadness, Sti.I art thou the Poor Man's Day. Sabbath's Father ! Would'st thou rather Some should curse than all be blessed ? II thou hate not fruit and blossom, To the oppressor's godless bosom " Bring tho poor man's day of rest, With its healing, With his feeling, With his humble trustful bli-s ; With the poor man's honest kindness, Bless the t ich nun's heatt of blindness Teach him what religion is ! almost as different as sugar ana vinegar, a would, however, invite tnem to lay ame uw cider this year, and try tho plan of boiling down the juice ot too appie io nas uui. exposed to the air Dy grinuing i 1DS ' t i i 1 r K.,otola Last autumn, i piacea a. uumuci f Wetherill's sweeting apples in two large brass kettles, with water just sufficient to -tfiam them: when they boiled soit, i turueu them into a new splinter basnet, coniaiuiuB some straw, and placed on them a barrel head. and a heavy weigni. auj juim ia a tub. This was repeated until I had juice enough to fill the kettles, when I commenced boiling it down, and attended to it strictly, frequently skimming it, till it became of the consistency of cane molasses. The native acids of the fruit imparted a peculiar flavor, otherwise it could hardly be distinguished from the syrup of the cane. It was used in mv family for making sweetmeats, for sweet er:.,,, far dressinc on puddings and rldl cakes.- and a variety of other purposes. The cost of making it is very trifling, and the means are within the reach of every farmer. . . Ohio Farmer. Twofold Peace. There is a twofold peace. I The first is negative. It is a reuei irom qis- quiet and corroding care, it is repose mi . . T..av i-a nnAlnor conllict ana storms, jjui . ,ni - hiahfir neace to which this is but the uuu - r . ... ii prelude a "peace of God wnicn passetn an la," 1 I promptly by a writer in tne ruenmona x,n- lrer, as follows: M. Rives' remaining charge against Mr. Van Bliren is, that he voted in 1822 against striking out a clause in the mil lor we fg"'- .t;nn F tho Tprritnrinl jrOveruiuoui vi rida, to prohibit the introduction of slaves, r. k rlilnna of the United States re- . ihin. nit actual settlers. What will tka ronrlor think of this erave charge, when he :r..rmtrl tVit thft hill containing this clause was reported to the Senate by Wm. Smith of South Carolina, as UDatrman oi i ; r'...m;tff. who. ahhoush he voted for stnk- th rlnnan when the motion was made, nnt V.nvft rpnorted it at all, had he re garded it in the treasonable light in which at. n; ffift to see it; nay, that the taken from the act to organ th Origan Territory in 1S04, which was -.A K . rnmmiltPP of five, of whom four icuuiuu l.j - nldors. and of no less distinction than TWkenridffe of Kentucky, Governor MILL STONES. nriHE Subscriber naving recently opened a new nvnumneroi omnes. eiuici i j r nVofC. J. Orrell. Fayetteville. The quality o the JBoore county Stones is bu to need description, and .the Subscnbe -w 1 war rant all stones sold by mm. a. ?, . - prove to 15.1? ,: witnoui cnarge. iae pt. fore: - ' - - , ; ' TlAMMa ULhitin a nnrp.llHe. call ouuit I i, iJ(.,a . j Ad to Carthage, Jtfoorc HI "J w.fc-a uuv" " . . j county, N. C. with Uone Moore County, April 20, 1839. NO flflHE Subcriber, T I C E. having pan the id and eatisnen - .i t H'niv.nvc I t. ,n 1Jnpnt tor 1I1C out" v - . Uo;iar.prmc, u,n Tr - - AhBa!om Hall, lavor oi ttanoru r - . i, Willie Hall and Jamrs Hall, and having neglec ed to take up the -aid Judgment, day of payment in the hands of Willie Fort as a llr.tinn. hereby forewarns all per- r.m r.rtin.r ft.r .aid JuJffmnt, and all P"f DUMB lvria 'r- v- - whose hands it may com.:, or n. Dress tlie GraTe of tny Frlcntl T.il.orrln Pnint Vatieltenille. OWDOSlte THE JACKSOJV HOTEL. May 4. 10 (y) NEW GOODS. m n a WE have received ana openeu our aia, aim WINTER GOODS,- which comprise large and extensive assortment of . Hardware and Cuttlery, Boots and Shoes, Fur and Wool Hats, Fur and Seal Caps, Cotton and Wool Cards, Tuscan and plain straw uonneis, tiuugi-" ff - per, Drugs and fateni aeaicines. 1 Wright of Maryland, and those eminent .men, k that lhe 8ame paid and fully satisfied, now and Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar, 80 Bags Rio Coffee, 30 Boxes Raisins, Loaf and Lump Sugar, - Col ins' and King's Axes, 5 hhds. Crockery, 75 Kegs Nails, 50 Sides of Sole Leather, Which are offered at very low prices for CASH, or on time for approved paper. November 23, 1839. ' 39-tf Jackson and Baldwin ot Georgia? And what that he not pay the .ame to any person .what- .i i i r.iriVior told, that the win ne tninK wueu ue - -- - orovision was one which lies at the foundation . . . unrlritrt nrlinor." and kingdom of Heaven within us." X nis state .i i . T Tf la tho hlfrhnst V'yfllSrlZltnnica for the nourishment ana mosi r" . r. . .. ,.:. wnicn an our of the legislation of the Southern ounes, auu that laws similar to this were in succession passed and applied to themselves by the States of Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, IN. rwiinii. Tennessee. S. Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi . and Louisiana But we are ashamed at having bestowed so much time upon an imputation so preposterous, the stale recurrence to which, proves that Mr. Rives verv much at a loss to find even plausible antirplv harmonious action, in i J . li 1 i : powers and anecttons are uieuucu i a "-"" ful proportion, and sustain and perfect one another. It is more than silence alter storms. It is as the concord of all melodious sounds. ; Has the reader never known a season when, in the fullest flow of thought and teeiing, in ! the universal action ot the soul, an luwara ! calm, profound as midnight silence, yet brignt r ... it r - I . .... I as the still summer moon, iuu oi joy, uui uu- I broken by one throb of tumultuous passion, has been breathed through bis spirit, ana giv- of that malice . . - a. . which has degraded his intellect as wen as corrupted his heart How lost to all sell-respect, must be the man who is reduced to such contemptible shifts!" Morality -va Intemperance. alias VAN BUREN vs. HARRISON. The Rev. John Newland Maffit, the cele brated and eloquent Methodist Divine, has come out in "Thoughts that breathe and words that " I.".-... r,m.nt thrre- ever, wnomay "XiM:hALL. Favetteville, 27th, 1840. 70-pd 2w. J. & J. KYLE, M WE just received by the late arrivals from the x North, a large and splendid assortmentof NIB:. (Et CD (DO) -63 Among which are . Rlack. Brown. Olive, Oxford mixed. Drab, Green and Wine colored Cloths. -i-..;mwa wpll assorted. Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans and Erminets. Super-fine Vesting. 278 pieces 3-4 & 6-8 merinoes. 345 pieces 3-4 & 6-8 Muslin de Lane. 1298 pieces Calico, well assorted. Cambricks, Jaconets and Plain Muslins. 39 bales 3-4, 4-8 & 5-S Shirting and Sheeting, Bleached and Brown. 65 pieces Superior Silks, well assorted. Merino, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls, Muslin de Lane Shawls and Scarfs, &.c. Stc. Stc. - .nthiUrirMt stocks of Goods ever .lT;"Xfse.ailofw STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Sampson County. . ) Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, May Term, 1S40. John Robinson, vs. Joel P. Register, Dickson Sloan and ethers, summoned as Garnishees. Original Attachment.' TtT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court if ihm Tnhn Robinson, the. Defendant in this case is n-jt an hainbitant oi mis oiaie. u n ,J .I that mh!ii:at':on be made in the North Carolinian for six weeks, notifying said D f. ndant loamear at tho next Tf rm ot said .Court, at the Court House in Clinton, on the 3d Monday in Au oiiQt nTt an d olead. answrr of replevy to said at ta.hirwnt. otherwise Judmtnt will be rendered noainst him nnd the amount in the hands of the per snn summoned as Garnishers will be condemned to satifv the Plaintiff's demand. Witness. Thomas I. Faison Clerk of said Court, at office in Clinton the third Monday in May, Anno Domini 1840 and o-m oi Amen can Independence. THOMAS 1. FAISON, Clerk. May 30, 1840. 66 6 w. COFFEE, SUGAR, MOl.ASS5KSaiSHAD. 1 50 Bags Rio, 25 Bags .Cuba, SO Bass Laguira 10 B3gs Old Java, j 10 Hhds. Sugar, 10 Hhds. Molasses, 5 Barrels of Sliad. For Sale by November 9,1839. Coffee. geo. McNeill: 37-tf :r:"ir he north, will be offered for sale at r--'. . -o . , ,tr.. Tr:: n nnwKca a rrlimncA nnd oresaire oi the serenity burn " throueh the tjyntniana lay.; , RBui;bu " t r-- r ..-., . i .' . .. " . ":ru UroXosH I , v-i i n. mtnil of a happier world.' Ut tnis cnaracter is iu against tne presem nmuiu . ""' "J1 Vq Ti - K-irmnnv I : Immnmliilpa and vices of the September J", lw Deace ot religion. 1 1 iu vuus-vi. y uisaipuuuw, " - - . . .. lir ri.. I 1 - . II. : . nnlrfioian. Kilt 9 B wn'g party, ne wihh.iu, servant of the Most High, he cannot be dis turbed in his evening meditations, by drunken 32 -tf with God and the creation, an alliance ot love with all beings, a sympathy with all that is nnr nnd haDDV. a surrender of every separate 1 - . . . f .1 t-C 1 1 a I U 1 .1 .i n n r (AnVIrtQ will and interest, a participation oi uie spun nrawters, ne canuoi ucuum jrUUuS and life of the universe, an entire concord of taken from his church to "log cabin and hard nurnose with its Infinite original. ' T" " I . Miscellaneous. The Banking Sj-sicra. We have seldom seen a more striking pic ture of the effects of tho banking system, as j established in this country, than is furnished in the following extract. It is taken trom the speech made in the United States Senate, ADril 6th, 1819, by the present whig candi date for the Vice Presidency. There cider" sprees, the profanation of the Sabbath by rolling cider into streets for the multitude as thev ro and return from church, and the desecration of God's holy temple by rolling it into the streets on week days at whig caucuses, without exclaiming against it. If he should hold his neace. he thinks the very stones in the streets would cry out against him. He wants the people to vote as they please, but to 4do all things decently, and iu order." Chi cago Democrat. HeI ThoHgh Romantic, An anecdote has recently circulated in the his opinion since that period, as every inci- JFaubourg St. Germain, which though roman tic, is not the less authentic. Two families, well known in the aristocratic world, and bearinsr the names of S y and M al, were separated, not only by political hatred, - - - " I is no that Mr. Tvler has chanced Mr. Jjoring: a snort time since air. dent in our subsequent history proves the truth Charles Manley addressed a portion of the of his description. citizens of Wake and Johnson counties, at "For one, I enter my protest against the Debner's (formerly Rolts's store,) and I un banking system as conducted in this country derstand from authority which no man can a system not to be supported by any correct doubt, that in defending and praising General but also by private interests, a lawsuit of great principles of political economy; a gross delu- Harrison's celebrated law tor selling poor moment oeudinir between them. I ney ae- ston, a dream oi a visionary a sj-sicm wu. WUi5 men -i"" tested one another cordially, in a style indeed has done more to corrupt the morals of socie- he made use ot the lollowing empnatic lan- worthyofthe Montagues and Capulets; M. ty, than any thing else; which has introduced a guage, viz: "I declare that I would not only de S- v, tun., a young master of Requests struggle for wealth, instead of that honorable hae voted to hire or sell them (the poor who in the Council of State, chanced to meet struggle which governs the actions of a pa- had broken the penal law,) out, until they Mme. de M al in a drawing room, witn- tnot, and makes ambition virtue ; wnicn na paia tneir uues auu tusu, uui it0 out knowing her. He thought her a charm- made the husbandman .spurn his cottage, and voted to put shackles upon them and whip iug young widow, for she was a widow, paid introduced a spirit at variance with the simplic her assiduous attention, and followered her ity of our institutions. I call upon the warm ad everv where, Mme. de M al, who had ob- vocates of banking now to surrender their er- served his assiduity, responded to it in sucn a rors. &hau i taKe tnem uy me uanu, auu mu them through our citiesf uaniiruptcy meets us at every step ; ruin stares us every where in the face. Shall 1 be told ot tne oenents arising to commerce from the concentration of capital 1 Away with the delusion. Ex- iwienre has exDOsed its tallacv. xrue ior i .. , PIANO FORTES. A GOOD assortment of Piano Fortes may con stantlv be found lor sale at the Female Semi nary Encfuire of the PRINCIPALS of the SEM INARY, or of Co,. S. T HAWLEY. Fayetteville; Nov. 30-1839. 40 tf. FAYETTEVILLE FEMALE SEMINARY. THIS Seminary will close its pr.aent Aca,mic veur on the 16th of July, and resume the exer .1.. itikf nrthi r next. It has be n in operation on its pr-s, nt plan for three years, and the average number ..fFup.ls has beer, about 0. A titc .Tf t,,! is orettv fairly indicated by its num bers and etadies, the classes ior the present j ear are subioinrd. , ., Who'o number of Pupils, Enlih Grammar, Rhetoric, Aritbme'iic, Natural Philosophy, Intellectual Philosophy, Astronomy," Chr-mis-try, Algebrn, G' o'netry. Botany, Latin, French, Instrumental Music, June 20, 1840. WAGONS, MULES, and HOR SES For Sale. 5 First rate Mules, 6 year old, capable or performing hard service, and of quick ac- tion, with a nrsi raie uniwr n ..n om e-"'' lor 500 dollars. 4 good VVarron Horses, lim ber Wa'on and gear, for $350, anJ a heavy road Wagon, for $75--very strong. Also, 100.000 Morus Muliicaulis or New Chinese Mulberry Trees for safe, deliverable next fall at not for .he root and main stem, warranted genuine, and in good order for planr tino-. Address at Faveiieville, N. C. JONATHAN EVANS, Jr. May 16, 1S40. biiu H. ERAMBERT, FALL & WINTER GOODS. THE Subscriber has rust received his FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of a lare and general assortment of DaBlT G-OODS. : Groceries and CultleFy. Crokery-Ware, Hats, Shoes, Bon nets, &c. See. Wbich he will sell at the LOWEST PRICES for CASH, or on time to punctual customers, aims old Stand. South ttast corner ot on arKet square. ' DtTFD D TriVTMSiOIV 29-tf 80 20 8 62 8 5 28 .6 8 4 19 21 15 40 69-tf. November 23, 1839. 3L ENTERTAINMENT. THE SUBSCKlliE.K, naving Deen saiisiaciorilj engaged for more than three years in attending to a . Boarding nouse, Feels encouraged o say to the public, that her HOUSE and STAULES are well furnished for the reception and accommodation of those who may be pleased to can. It TAILOR, his fri n&i and nbMc , them until Standard. thev worked them out. .V. C. manner as not to deprive him of all hope. A verv witty woman, well aware of the enmity existing between the families, had amused herself bv orotracting the mutual error of two foes who adored one another. She had con trived to eive the vouth a fictitious name with the Juliet, and the young widow had also been j a moment, it has operated as a stimulus, but introduced under a false one to the Komeo like ardent spirits, it nas proaucea activity of the Council of State. All was proceed iug I and energy, but for a moment : relaxation has The arrlTal of the Britlih Qncen. The most inmortant item of f.ireian news received by the British Q.uo n, is an attempt to assassinate the Q.iie-n of England, by a young man name l Ed ward Oxford. He fired two pistols at the Q.ueen, while she was riding' with her husband in Hyde Park. Oxford was immediately arrested and com mitted for trial. in the most prosperous manner; the lovers met adored one another, and swore eternal at tachment, always at the house of the lady who ! enjoyed her intrigue. One day, however, the truth came- out, when M. de S y and Mme. de M -al discovered that they were bitter enemies. What was to be done? The youug gentleman would willingly have made the first advances towards a reconciliation, but he dreaded a repulse. The handsome widow on the other hand,Jelt much more af fection than hostility in her heart, but could only wait for the overtures of a beloved foe. Neither being milling to make the first ad vances, the intercourse was suspended, and ennui and melancholy prevailed on both sides. In a short time, however, the youth's love seemed to have vanished, and made room for the old hereditary hatred.- JY1. de & y followed, and the torpor of death has ensued When you first open your bank, much bustle ensues ; a lactitious goauess, pretenaiug u be wealth, stands at the door, inviting all to enter and receive accommodation; splendid palaces arise; the ocean is covered with sails, but some alteration in the state of the country takes place; and when the thoughtless adven turer seated in the midst of his family, in the imaginary enjoyment of permanent security, sketches out to himself long and halcyon days, his prospects are overshadowed, and misery, ruin, and bankruptcy, make their appearance in the form of bank curtailments. If this be true, and I appeal to the knowledge ot all s . . 1 J t . men tor its trutn, l aemana to Know n you can put down the system soon. Can we too soon escape the danger with which we are surrounded. I know I shall be told that, even if we put down this bauk, the state banks will still exist. Even if true, the position is not a justifiable one. if the state legisla tures do not follow the example which we set gave his whole attention to the lawsuit pend- ing between . tne tamities. Alter tne most desperate efforts he won it, and thereby ruin ed Mme. de M al. The handsome willow, still less concerned about the los3 of I them, we shall have acquitted ourselves of our her fortunes than hurt at the conduct of her duty. It is all that can be asked of us. But late worshipper, was preparing to quit Paris sir, -we actually possess the lever of Archi- and retire into the family of her husband, when mides, and have a foot of ground on which M. de S y waited on her to her great as- to rest it. Our revenue amounts to upwards tonishment, and demanded her hand, assured of $20,000,000 annually. Require a fourth or her that he had gained possession of her pro- even a sixth to be paid in gold and silver, perty only that he might be able to restore it what would be the effect? The merchant to her. The marriage took place eight . days would collect the notes of banks, and demand ago, at the Church of St. Thomas de Aquin. specie for them, and thus a test would be adopt This story may seem improbable, but we can ed, by means of which to ascertain the sol vouch for its truth.. Had it not been a fact vency of each institution. The demand of we should have given it a less common-place specie thus produced, would have the benefi dsnouement. Surely, after this the age of cial effect of introducing more of it in the A 1 r. m T r 11 m enivauy caumn nave quite goue Dyii r rencn I country; ior money is nae every otner arucie, 1 1 f - 1 1 la. I I. Z Print. APPLE MOLASSES. There is many a good housewife, who has more faith in her own experience, than in the science of chemistry, that knows not the value of Apple Molasses; bat still believes it to be the same kind of tart, smoky, worthless stuff, that has from- time immemorial, been made by boiling down cider, it is not witnm my and will find its way to the market where it is most wanting. The system might be enlarg ed gradually until your wishes should be con summated." Evening Post. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April Trm, 1840. E. P. Hnrrel, vs. Samuel S. Eaeon. Justices Execution, Levied on Land. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court upon nfiidavit, that the defendant is not an inhabitant of th State, so that no notice can be served on him. It is therefore ordered that publication be made for six weeks in the North Carolinian, notifying said dif ndant personally to be and appear before the Justices of lhe Comt of Pleas and CXuarter Sessions, at the Court to be held for the County ot Anson, at the Court House in Wadt sboiouoh, on the 2nd Monday in July next, then and there t Pead or demur, otherwise an order of ?ale shall be prayed for, and the land levied on, he sold accordingly. Witnrss, Norfleet D. Bogan, Clerk of said Cou t at office the second Monday of April, A. D. 1840. N. D. BOG G AN, Clrk. May 30, 1840. 06 6w. Price of ad'v. $5 25. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, I Anson County. ) Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April Term, 1840. Dorcas Lewellen, vs. The heirs at Law of Jesse Lewellen, decM. Petition for Dower. IT- appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that seven of the defendants. Alfred, Isaac, Jesse and Amon Lewellen, and Nathaniel Bivens & wife Je mima, Thomas Bennett, and. wife Elizabeth, and Moses Hough and wife Mary, are not inhabitants of this StateT It is ordered by the Court, that pub lication be made in the North Carolinian for six week, for said defendants to appear at the next Term of this Court, to be held for the County of I Anson, at the Court House in Wades borough, on the 2d Monday in July next, then & there to plead, answer or demur to the petitioners petition, or Judg ment pro confeaso will be entered against them and the case set down to be heard exparte as to them. Witness, Norfleet D. Bogsan, Clerk of said Court at office the 2nd Monday of April A. D. 1840. v N. D. BOGGAN, Clerk. May 30, 1840. 66 6w. Price of ad'v. $5 25. . STOP THE THIEF. SOME Scoundrel stole from my stahle, on Wed nesday nisiht, a sma'l sorrel HOUSE with a white streak in his face. Said hors. is not in good order and consid'-rab'y scarified bv the gar, and has a sore back. The thi. f carried off a wajsoti bridle with two brass tacks in eaeh blind. I have every reason to believe that the notorion- thief and house breaker Jonathan Baker, is the culprit, as he had K.vor, ;n thn immediate neighborhood the day befure and had broken open a house not morelhana mile from me, was detected and driven off on Wednesday evnin?, and has not been seen about her since. I will reward liberally any prrson who will deliver to me the thief and horse, or give me such imformation as will enable me to recover the horse. THOS. ASHE. May 1st, 1840. 62-tf. Donaldson Academy. fTTIHE Tr'istees will, on the 4th day of August il next, t.ff r foi sale at PuMiu Auction, on the nmisfi. aI that valuable rroneriv situated in inn immediate Vicinity of Fayetteville, known as Don nlrtcnn Academy. The property consists of about 20 acres of Land, j with a large two st-iry building wiih wings, used as an Academy, and furnished with a tolerable Philoso phical and Chfmical Apparatus, &c, two good iwo story Dweliins Houses with necessary out- Hous-'S, and several small buildings used as Dor mitories for the Students. Fayetteville, May 5, 1840. 63-ts. j. . f 1.... 1 . . . t. . .1 1. n n rsnfrtliiMV lniormt m in uui anu ic u r .i-i .. i .u.. t; Cne!ally, tiai ne hum r--cumm iif u uic ui- lonn Business in the nnuse iexi ooor to join Huske & Son, on Green Street 6 doors above the Market House, where he will thankfully receive all ortlcrs in his line for rash -inly, finding the credit system a bad one. All orders from the country for work must in al! cases have the cash enclosed, other wise they will not be attended to. Ho begs leave to assure those wno may lavor mm wuu men umns, that no pains shall be spared on his part to give general satisfaction. . HE HAS 0S HAM) ' An assortment of Shirts, Bosoms, Collars. Stocks, Suspenders, and Drawers, ot th best quality. WANTED. TViref! or four Journeymen Tailors, none need 5i nr.lv hut food workmen, and of steady habits. ALSO, Two Goys wanted to the above trade. Boys from the country will De preterrea. N. B. Extra cut line done at the shortest notice. Fayetteville, Aprils, 1840. 61-3m. AH the STAGES arrive at, and depart from tor House, where seats are secured, and no exertions spared to eive several satisfaction to passengers. My residence is on the corner of Gillespie street, tho lot formerly occupied by Mrs. Barge, convenient to the market, and near the State Bank. Mrs. E. SMITH. Fayetteville, A ueust 24, 1 839. S6-tf llyThe Raleigh Register, Wilmington Adve?- tiser.Cheraw Gazette" and Salisbury w aicnman, will insert the above 3 montns, ana iorwaru iau ac counts to this office. Gardner and 3IcKetliaii, CARRIAGE MAKERS. jlglpp Re L. COSBB, MERCHANT TAILOR, EGS leave to return thanks for the liberal p-trnnno-p he has received, and also to inforrahis friends and tTie public generally, that he still continues tocarryon the 1 ailorine business in an 'lsu"'"v He has received the latest lashions for the i-PKIM & SUMMER of 1840 and is always ready to exe cute orders with neatness and despatch. P.S. All those indebted to the subscriber either by note or account, will please call and settle the same im mediate v. ascloths cannot De oouem wuuuui .-- May 4, 1839. 10-tf W.L.C. HAVE now on hand, and for Sale at very duced Prices, 3 Carriages, 4 Barouches, 3 very light four wheel Buggies, Jf n ffiti STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA, 1 Cumberland County. t IN EQUITY. RUNAWAY. WAS committed to the Jail of this county, on the 23d instant, a Negro Girl, who ra'ls herself CHARLOTTE or JULI AN, and says she belongs to Geo. Bullard of Richmond County, N. C. Said girl is about twenty years old, black comple xion, with a mark on her upper lip. The owner of said girl is requested to come forward, prove proper ty, pay charges and take her away, or she will be dealt with as the law dirrcts. ALEXANDER JOHNSON, Sh'ff. Fayetteville, July 25th 1840. 74-tf STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Anson County, J Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April lerm, 1840. John Parker, vs. Lemuel Parker, Samuel Parker, J. Parker, William Morton, and wife Lempy, Jonn wods ana wite tieoecca, Saunders bar ker, and Richard Parker, heirs of David Par ker, Dec'd. ' . Petitionor distributive Share. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, up on affidavit, that some of the defendants, are not inhabitants of the State, so that no notice can be served on them. It is therefore ordered that publi cation be made for six weeks in the North Carolini an, notifying said defendants personally to be and appear before the Justices of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, at the Court House in Wades- 2 BuffffV GlflTS, IIP c very 4 Sulkeys on a new plan, 8 Spring Wagons, three ht, 4 Chain, do. Persons wishing to buy, .would do well to call and examine their work, as ihey foel confident they can make their work as well, and sell it as low as it can be had from any tegular Northern Establishment. All work made and sold by them is warranted 12 months, and will be repaired without charge, if they fail by bad workmanship or materials. Repairing neatly executed at short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. Orders thankfully received, and promptly attend ed to. Fayetteville, March 18, 1840. 56-tf. From the Georgia Constitutionalist. . A new charge has been alledged against Mr. Van tfuren. .Lven the editors ot the Southern Recorder endorses it, but by stating tit falsely, thus: "We charge him with being province, at this time, to attempt to convince I in favor of restricting slavery in our adjoining such that there i a chemical difference, I sister Florida." The Hon. W. C. Rives was though it might easily be shown, that they are J the first who made the charge, which was met ttHTir t k i j .i i . tx - ... I borousn. on tne zna ivtonday in Jill v next 'then and V V of Fayetteville, on Monday the 6th day of I"46 to Pi- or demnr to the petitioner's petition, or July next, it being the first Monday of the month, at i o'clock M, 225 ACRES of LAND, on the watets of Puppy Creek and Black Branch, ordered to be sold by a decree of the Court oi Equity, Terms, 6 months credit, the purchaser giving bond with approved security. ARCHIBALD A. T. SMITH, v. & m. e. May 16th, 1840. 64 tds. Judgment pro confesso will be entered against them and the case set down to be heard exparte as to them. Witness, Norfleet D. Boggan, Clerk of our eaid Court at office the 2nd Monday of April A. D. 1840. N. D. BOGGAN. Clerk. May 30, 1840. 66 6 w. Price of ad'v. $5 25. LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Fayetteville. North Carolina. flflHIS ESTABLISHMENT will be open after LL the 1st of August, under the management and direction of the Subscriber. 1 he .House has been thoroughly repaired, and will, in a few days be well furnished; and every effort will be made to render it worthy ot patronage. EDWARD YARBROUGH. Jimsust 3, 1839. "23-tf ir-p'The Augusta Chronicle (weekly,) Raleigh negisier auu oiauuuru, vv nmingron Advertiser, Greensborough Patriot, Salisbury Watchman, and Cheraw Gazette will insert the above three months and forward their accounts to the subscriber. E. Y. BLANKS For Sale at this Office. Dec. Just Received- Molasses. anding. "d Ior Geo. Mt-tIU- ALSO Firkins Superior Grayson BUTTH-Ki 700 lbs. BUCK WHEAT FLOL'B 14, 1S39. 5 Alt H lids', prime retailing 9 -iq Bbls. Mackeiel, now I sale by F I S H ! W Boxes Smoked HERRINGS, OU700 lbs. DRY COD. For sale by GEO. McNEILL- Man-h 14, 1840. 35lu CROCKERY. DOZEN TEAS, 350 doz. PW 250 doz. Tumblers, Just received and for sale by .,TonV PETER P. JOHNSO.v April 20, 1839. 500 15 to LANK WARRANTS, Deeds, (common) Sheriff's Deeds, Constables Ca. Sa. Bonds, Do Delivery do Appeal Bonds, Equity Subpoenas, Sunerior Court Fi. Fa. rMintv Court Sci. Fa, vive judgment. County Court SubpC3' Superior Court Warrants, Bonds for CoI'rd.AFFntlceS' FOR 8I.E AT THlSOrFICE Timber ana iiUiuM of rSM II E subscriber will attend to toe-- (f II m ... , nr.- l T 1TMRER. &C 10 l"" . . Nnrth f :arnlina. ior r,T gone 0:i Wllmincrton. JNortnuaronna, mayfavor him whhtheireomini ; het himselfto procure forthem t-Jlf truS. to I r rices for such .articles as they may - b ,(, ana Jement. He isi n o way conn"' btfI Sream Mills, or their A security for the Agent. Wilmington; : ' j ..,;nivi their Ageni; ai. rf ,,rl. faithful discharge of X,N N.C.Feb. 23, 1839.