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Jill J ltd am. "CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO INDIVIDUALS; AND THE UtORI OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON 1'n.OrEUTV OF ITS CITIZEJSS." 15 V YM II 1IAYXE FAY ETTE VILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1843. Voliime 5 Number 233 T K It 31 s OF TIIK NORTH CAROLINIAN. r ;i!i'iti.ri, i fpai J in advance, i&i 50 1 1 paid atlhe end ot G months, 3 00 if paid at the end oft he year, 3 50 Hittt-s of Advertising: :'i vty cents pur square, for the first, and Lhiry cents for each subsequent insertion. .V - ib.tra.i-d u-.l ,i-.t iin w i 1 1 be mad oto id vert iscrs by . i ; year. C.:irt atvcrtisiMiients and Sheriff's sales, willbe i-a.:r g-jd -Zr per ;-tiit. higher than the usual rates. A i ' ,t,i vi-r.'i .oii);mi t.s sent tor publication should have liicuitirt'iet !' insertions intended, marked upon t'.'j; ii , th':rv i so ihey will be inserted unti 1 forbid, and charged accordingly. ?-'. .a.crdi-couti.aic! antii arrearages are paid, except at the r:-.ti,v of the Ed for. No i-ibs.ri! -ii'-n received for I ess than twelve lll'l-ltils. .tjLetT-ri s "ii business connected with this estab 1 isbui..-nf. must I':! addressed Wm.U. R.wnk, K ht.-c i he North-Carolinian, and in all cases ..t-;--il- .rj" .s ult -,rribors wishing ta make remittance by in u".', will rcrn.-mber that they can lo so free of ;.st.i re, as Post.uist"rs are authoi i'.ed by law to fr uik .let.t'-rs. enclosing remittances, if written by t benHidves, or t hecoute-ils known to them. iri-o-4 ot" Job Wort : II A X D'BILLS, printed on a medium, royal, or .-.ip.;r royal fclu'ct, for 30 copies, S F nr S eo;ies, A id for everv additional '.00 copies, 1 1 Oils'.-! P.:i.LS, oil a sheet from ii to lt inches sqtj i re , 3 1 (nips, Over tri inches, and not e ccci!iii t5L', 1 S DODD, J 50 1 00 CARDS, large si. ougle pack, : 0 5 00 3 00 1 25 And for every additional paid, Kiiiiin'r fiz''3 m proportion. BLANKS, w hen printed to order, for 1 quire, 00 Aid for every additional quire, under ", 1 00 Exefedi II ty ;j quires, CICULAK-s INVITATION' TICKETS, and all kinds of ISO' Kv & JOB PRINTING, executed eh. .-M. for OAS! I. THE FOLLOWING B L A N K S ! Kept constantly on hand AND TOR RAM'. AT THE caromniaw orncE: O I U.C i .-, on Dank of the State, and Ca pe !'Va r it. i i k . rao !::: hon bonds, Supr.et. : I A t ;. i U G E I AC E N s F.S EMM EXt'O., constables levy C O M M I S S t O X S to take deposition in equi v, and Snpr. court a iv k v i n c !: i v ) x n s WRITS, Snpei j.r :hh! Co. Ct. 'A. S. . Kil;;r. C . INOiO I'A!i;XT.S (... AilVay. and Ajsault and Da'.:i v. ". and Sup. ;t. 'i:;:Tfi-'!:: vn-:- c!k. Co. Ct. J fTUV" TlClvilT.S il OK US t- .r,-rr., of float Is r. s i'A ill) V BONDS T a ilKCKIPTS WlTXIUS.s TlOIClirS i:.IKC TMKXTS PATROL XOTfOR-s L:: r VFAlTi of A i.lLX ISTRATIOX Bonds Deed, common, Slierilf's Heeds, Cnvt'lles C:i. Sri. Bonds, ' !) Deli very - Appeal Uoitilrt, llfjiiiiy SiiI);)umi:is, . Sh peiior Con rt. Fi. Fn. i County Court Sei. Fa, to re vive jiid;mfMit. Cot:niy Court. SubpiE nas, Superior Court AV n i n t , UomLs for CoPrd. Aj;piet :ices- Tennessee Land. - .O acres, ivin i n L vi - Lou my, on tlm w tit" C.iari. s Jre-k. Tb.-lii'e is g....d. and a I.;, rniv be lie.'l,a-- t'oe owner lias no j-itention ! l! jn'-f ii i if, and i. d-s:roiis to !ipoe of it. ft u iil be sjid low for e.i.-b, or bartered fnr 'ton, (;.: u, b luiir or I'. ieou, at ni:HKcl pi ires, i ehin-'ed tor prone;" v in the ntihhorhood of -vtf":!!e. for further pari i'-ulars enquire ' tTiif ofTice. ySpOii', jub.cril r, a snrvivin.a Partner ut J. C. it t. P.. Atkins, rcspeetfiilsy intivs the at leniiott of their town mid country customers, and u!! veil . buy roiiiU ia Fayetteville, to their cxler. .;v.; v, eit .is-nr'e I, and fiesll stock of rood. Vs ii.- n il. na ve on hand a . !l s . r fesl Fiip iv ..fi.'itY J OOPS, GUOOFdlll'.s, If axl ware i.ntl '"nti-fy, Hats and Cap?,' reiiinets, Hoots and Stk, irv.'.s -oi d Medicuui-i, Stationary, Crockery. ' ,.- W,iro...ive., ice. Our ron;-,t:y in -i.j-ie rs ;i! con' i fine f h"ir trnns-jo-, ..els ii. oii'i.ie, an ! we! hi- fuiu'siieil at jriccs .lei niedi v iiovr than ev"i. f'asii pi're'i.i s wiii find itr nmds very low, as -w e are diteruiined to ::et (ml at rest ! .!. ATKINS, S.irviCi.isr Pait-icr. Favijo.-v:!!,., April 2, i ? 1:?. i' 1 7-1 1 . liitiRiKiu'Es; i f . V I? DWA 11 K antl ClILMUY. tilAV'K ju-ti- e-ivi-d pl:r .Sleaiuei-llearietta, the f'dl iM in uri ii 'es: iOhhdf Drci'.ni .Sni'ar, 60u lbs. Loaf and Iurnp S'eu'.ir, 60 bas R;o Cidf c, 5 lras Java Coflee, 5 hints. Molasses, 5 le;s N.ii!?,8 tons English and S.v.-.fsh Iron SIM) ll.s !'.:.r L.-kI 40 h:i 'Ruck and ot, la k-!z Piinont'.s I'owcler, 30 pairs AH JUST RECEIVED his supply of spring "oocis consisting in part, ot Black and White Lawn, Mourning do. Printed do.. Summer cloth, Diap de Lie, Gramhrooiu Linen drilling-, Men's black silk "loves Hemstitched Cambric Handkerchiefs Imitation do. A variety of beautiful prints for sprinsr, and a gen eral assortment of Spring goods for ladies and een tlcrnem' wear. Besides, all articles in the grocery line, hardware, ce. &.e. iie. A'l of which he expects to sell cheap. April 7, lrf43. M 'CALLUM & CLAIIK, (Successors of Henry li.raui.bert,) Respeetluily inform their friends, and the public that tbey have purcbasid the entire stock of Henry Ernniberl's, and intend carrying on the above busi ness nt ibc NEW Store, on Hay street, next door to Mrs Drown's Millinery es tablishment, and 7 tlo'irs west of J. k J. Kyle's store where liiey will always thanUhiHv rrceive nil or- ilers in their line, and warrant ail woik to be as well done as at any otlu r eslul.lisliiuent in town. Thev sriiicit tile patronage" ot tiie old eusioiiieis of M r II. F.rainbei-t, anil llie public generally, and assure liiosu Ibat tlunk proper to employ them 'bat no pains w ill lie spareil to iive satisfaction. All work ibat don't suit will not be allowed to be taken from their. shop. Pr'ces will ra irje as follows ; v For inaUinir rnrded or bound coals, S'I0 ,.i 1 plain, 8- ,f pantaloon:;, p!ain, I vest, pbioi. 1 JAS. D. McCALU DANIEL CLAIM-: Fayetteville, Maieh 31, ISI2. 20 5 .r0 -y A Card. Henry Erambcit WonM respectfully inform tb: public and bis customers, that he has sold out bis entire establishment ' Mr Jas. D. MeCalluni and Daniel Ciai-fs, of ibis plaec, and from his knowledge ot their sopeiior workmanship, can reommend them to all his old cu-totners, and hope tbey patronise tbem ; and all favors bestowed on them will be thankfully acknowledged ly him. iCZf 2. H. All persons indebted to H. Erambert will please call and settle the same. Pee. 31, ISP2.20t.lf. Larocss iflakniir. The subscriber has nn band and for sale, nt're dueed prices, .Vi sets f harness, assorted, and a few carria.ire ti-imniinr?, &c., low fur cash, or on ohort credit to punctual customers. J' and barouche tujis, and harness ot all kinds repaiied, and cairiayes p-!riu)ined in best style, at -Imit notice, and at low prices. fCZr'AII orders will be promptly attended to, and the work done in the most tasteful and satisfactory manner, or no charge made. Jan. t I, '-13.-HT JAMES SUNDY. rex rr, rt t The snbscriiieis have jusl received from York, a general assortment oi N..-i Hard wake & GROCEIUES OltOGIIEIVEr wbieb ill be sobl at the lowest market prices. PETER P. JOILNSOIV it CO. April 13, :s43.-2lt;;f LAND FOR SALE. ft i i aters Cot -ir e.v-Fav- (lESubsciber off r for sale tbi idaee of his pri st nl :esidence uonlaiuin about 3000 acres of land, on Carver's Crrck, 8 miles iXortb of Fav etteviiic. The possession is good for farming, Iniii tier, timber, lar or turp ntine. It will be sold in bole or rl.v ided to sit t pui "chase! s. Any i nquiiy is relerred to Archibald MeLatieh I:n ul Fayeileville. A LEXANDER MeJJiNXA N. April !5, 1313. 2ti-i(. NEW GOODS. ciixr Have just received from tlie North a superior assortment of DRY GOODS, con?istiii2- in part of Mm'.ins, plain, Jaeon. t, am! figured ; Irish Linens and Linen Lawns, Diapers, Calico prims, a varionsarid beautiful assortment, Ghiirhams, printed Lawns, Merino and fancy Cassimcrcs, blue, u-reen and brow n drill, srambroons, Poirbazines, colored crnes, tine Handkerchiefs, ladies and gentlemen's Gloves, aentieiuen's 'es:ini,', Fans, ladies and gentleinc'i's Hose, o-rass and shite Linens, Linen drillings, to gether with a general assortment of superior ar ticles for lai'ies and eeutlemen's Spring nud Sum mer wear. SUMMER HATS, BONNETS, &c, for ladies and i'enllemen, and missis. SHOES. A jrem-ral assortment of ladies, en -ilemen's and children's Shoes and Boots GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND CUT LERY, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c. &e., &c. t.iur country mid town friends and traders i!l please call at our old st.iiid East Corner Market Squire, before puich'ising flsewhcre. S. & U. S. CALX. April 15, 1S-I3. 2lf.-ly NEW At Iviis to suit tlie Times. 1 II AVE-jjK-t received mv full assoi tuiei.l o" fit Wim .SRGOOSS. .Eiflbraeiii Broad Cloths, various colors, and s.nne Vj'srysupermr; plain ami t-mey Gassuneres; Salti nets: Jvcntnck v Jeans: Bea ver :lolii- I .l , r,L-,.f rKerscys: white and rel Flanrx'ls: Mi rmn ami Silk 'Sbiits anil Drawcis: black, blue, black and fancy cobireil Silks; Al usIin-de-Lains, all qualities; Gen tlemen's Scarfs, Stocks, Collars, &e., &e., A lull assort rotnit of GROCEIUES & HARDWARE. Some bcanlilul sets of CHINA, common and line CROCK" Ell Y, HATS and SI lOES, While Lead, Linseed and Winter Strained Lamp Oil, &c. All ot wineii i am disposed to sell low, very low, for C.vSH, or n exchange tor Countrv Prodiuo. II.LEETE, North "West Corner of Market Square, October 28, I S 12. 19-2-lf. A large and general assortment of Can. lies, kep' constantly on hand, at wholesale nndretnil. ' DeiDfr determined to d.-vote ail necessary atten tion to the MOULDING of his Candles, and hav ing sparer! no pains to improve their quality and appearance, he hopes to receive a due share nf pa. imnajrc. WM. McL. McKAY. Fayetteville Oct. 11, 1812,- PJO-tf 7"tJUEJ) re.sj..e.'(ful ly in Coin) the citizens of FayrtN ville and the public generally, that he has taken the stmd recently occupied by E. J. Clark, on Gillespie Street, 5 doors South t' liie """saWsSSirSiSr Market Suhhm. t.u. i... """" '"" "--v nnmufacture and keep con- staetly on hand an assortment of TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE. Pei sous wishing to purchase would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing else where, as he is determined to sell as cheap as any other manufacturer in the Slate. BAKERS of an entirely new pattern. Jan. 28, 143. 25-6fn. 1 1 !n!.t Trace. Chains, fi cloz. No 10 Cotton Cards Vw liii.iinore's be-!; Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Coppe ; i, SaU i.itiis, In. biro, Madder, Snuif in Bladders -i .! I'.oOles, Soap, BrimMone, Camphor, Nutmegs, ' .-.- tor t d, Sa'tv, )pod "ldoe, Ink, Blacking Brushes i.e.-r and short handle Shovels, Spades, Case ivMive:-, Pocket Knives, Blacksmith's Tools, &c. ILSO 1 -!IY GfiODS. Oroikcrv, Hollow Vre, and an a..f tuient of HATS and SHOES. All ot which mil lie .sold low lor Cash or Countrv Produce. D. McLAURdN. Sept. 3M, IP 1. a 4 I h GAL Lf)N S SPERM WIN &$J TKR STRAINED BLEACHED I .A M P OIL, (pure) a very suocrior nrlieia, war rant, si, and I r sale lower "than ever b:fir offered :n tins market bv the hogshead, barrel, or retail. 15 bbls banner's Oil 7 do Linseed. Oil. A CONSTANT SUPPLY, always on hand, and oll'ered for sale unusually low, by the barrel or i-'ad. Dealers and Manufacturers would do well examine before purchasing elsewhere. JAMF-S MAllTINE, Hay Street, above the Post Office. Mav 20, IS43. 12t-ni. 2f5SICZr,53S, CM E. Mi ca ls, DYE-STUFFS, kc.Kc. The subscrdicr, by the recent arrivals hasreeeived a larc and general assortment id" Drus, Medi cines, Chemicals, &c, among w Inch are the follow- ing: Oxalic npiil. murjalie, nitiic, acetic acids,; alcohol, aloes, sal anionic, fl.jr benzoin, blue mass, tubebs pu!, lapis calauiin.iris, dij;iiatis,ce ampane, ! crot, scum kino, um nssatie!ida, trajraeantb, iodine, jal.ip, .Tames' powders, manna, sweet oil, castor o.I, croton nil, quicksilver, roots of nil kinds, tamaiinds, Tartaric acid, scidlilz and soda pow ders, snuif, blue vitriol. Prussian Blue, Buriruudv pitch, coleojie, cloves, black and red iok, bazdicon oiii'ini nl, bailey, ab ined cbareoal, bail powder, .V.c. ALSO, a iarire lot of patent Medicines, all ot winch bo will sell at bis usual low pric. March 18, 1S43.-V JAS. A. McilAE. State tf North Carolina--( uniberland county. Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions June Term, IS 43. William Melntyre vs. Jesse Hair. Oriiii.-d Attach ncnt, levied on 175 acres ol land on Hoiiinysworth's Creek. IT appenrin to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant in this ease bath absconded or con ceals himself so that the usual process of law cannot be served hint, js therefore ordered that pub lication be made in the North Carolinian for eiht weeks notifi in said defendant of the issuinof lln-' attachment, and rrqnii ing him to appear at the next term of this Court lo be held for tiie County of Cuuib- rland. at the Court House in Faveltrv'ilie, on the first Monday in September nrxt, and replevy, dead or demur, ot jndm lit by default will be ren dered against him, and the land levied on will be sold-to satisfy the PlamtdPs demand. Witness, John McLauriii clerk of said Cou:t nt office, the first Monday of June, Anno Domini, JOHN McLAURIN. June 21. 22G-St. per adv. 3 HATS & CAPS. SAVI1 (ilEE, 1 1 AS just received and ofl'jrs for sale cheap for CASH Superior Cue Fur, Cassimcre, Leghorn, and Pa'mello, Hats. Turbans for Infants, Youth's Caps. ILSO A new supply of Halters Maleiials. May 6, IS43.-2l9.-y. NEW GOODS WILLIAM Mel N T Y R H, tAS received from New York a ireneral and desirable lot ol'Foreisn nnd Domestic DKY GOOUS, HARDWARE & CUTLERY, Umbrellas, Paiasols, Sun Shades, Bonnets, Hats, ShueF,Crockcry and Gla's Ware. caiBCDCBIBlBIHBOo For particulars and items please call soon or send. May 13, 1843. 220-Cro. State of Niorlli Carolina i;ninsvick t.:ouiity. Superior Court of Laic, Spring Term, 1S13. Henry F. Howard, ) s. Ptiition for Divorce. MaiyC. 15. Howard. ) ACof.y I the I'etilion and Subpoena havins issued in this case, and return having been made thereon, that the defendant could not be found, proclamation is orib red to be publicly made, and is accordingly publicly made nt the door of the Court House, for the said defendant to appear and an swer as comma tided by the subpoena, or the petition will be taken pro confesso against her, and set tor hearing cxparle ; and it is ordered that notice ol the forcjroinfr proclamation be piven in the Wilming ton Chronicle, and in the North Carolinian, pub lished at Fa vetlcville, for three months. JOHN BROWN, Clerk. June 3, 1SI3. 223-3in. pr adv. 5. HAVE just received by the late arrivals from the North, a large and general assortment of DRY GOODS, Jlmottg tchich art : Superfine printed lawns, French. English and Domestic prints, Linens, Lawns and Diapers, . Block and blue-black silk Colored riain and figured ditto, Linen pantaloon stufls, Cottlon ditto ditto, Hamilton Jeans, Kentucky ditto, Jaconet and enmbric musbn. With many other Goods ; all of which being pur chased before the late rise in Goods, at the Jate Package Sales, for cash, will be offered at very re duced prices ; or on time to punctual customers. June 27, 18-13. y. CONSUMPTION AND LI VER COMPLAINT DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT. (From 375, Bowery, .Vtjt York. fSOR the cure of coughsi colds, catarrhs, asj.m i, soreness of the cheli pain in the side and breast, raising blood, Ii vet-complaint, bronchitis, and all ntt" ctions ot the throat and lunjjs, u hi. b are a source of so much sulforing, and uuarr. ste.l ter minate, in Co n ii, u pt ion , this remedv is bi'-ldv and justly distinguished. It js purely vegetable mild an J "elite in its nttects upon the sy-tem, and can be taken in the most delicate cases nith safely, as welt a-j nti'ily. So extensively has it been used, and so often proved successful, even in ditiicult and fejrfiafeOtly almost hopeless cases, 1 bat the propi ielor fe-ds no hesitancy i n recommending it to any and oil who unfortunately may hive occasion to resort to some means of recovery. Physicians lautibar with its effects prescribe it in their practice, and w ilh theiiiiedical faculty generally it has met uiih uneoiuiiiViii .Ipprobat ion. The following remarks were taken f.om a recent number ol the Mudioal Magazine : "The surprising effect produced by tiie einnne Dr. Taylor's BaWam of Liverwort, made at 375, Bowery, in consumptive ruses, cannot fail -.cjiiur a deep and thrilling interest throughout the world. We have so long- believed ibis diseas incurable, that ii is diflicult lo credit our senses w hen u c s'-n persons, evidentlv consninptivc, restored to health. Yet it is a tact of daily occurrence." The following ceil.ficate was given us laiclv by Capt. Scott, orElizabcth city, N. C: "Being con stitutionally predisposed to consumption (a number of mi fiimdy having died of this disease) and bav ins suffered severely from irritation of the Innjis, aecompanii d by coughs ai.d raisinjr matter and blood, together with a pain in my side ami breast, till I was supposed to be beyond recovery, I was iu dueed by advice of Dr. Jerkins, as a last resort, to try Taylor's Balsam of Liverwo-t ; I have taken 5 bottles in all. I bcfan to imptovc after ibc fnet bottle, and while taking (be third, was so far recov ered as lo be able to pet about -since which time I am quite restored, and able to att.-nd to my busi ness. To persons sittTeiinr from coupbs and aff e tions of the luns, I .can earnestly r.-eoinineud it. (Dated) Eliz.belh City, Dec. 1G, IS-12, (si-mcd) Jas. C. Seotl." Liver Complaint and General Debility I do con sider my cure almost miraenloos. 1 was pivni up by two physicians and told to prepare to.- death. 1 was so weak I could not raise mv hand to my head. I was in this low stale when a friend Henl me a bottle of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, from 375, Bowery, and before I-had used up the bolile F was abletosit up in bed, by the further use 1 have completely regained m v heal! h. All should use it. GEO. WELLS, 23 John st. Violent Pain in the Side I have been cured of a violent pain iu the side, extending through to the shouidcr, indigestion, dizziness, loss of appetite, and general debility, by the use ol" two bollhs of Dr. Ta3'!or's Balsam of Liverwort, from 375 Bowerv. J. F. H. ALLEN, No. 7 Merchant's Roiv. Forsale at the Drug Store of Jas. A MacRak, Person st., sole Aent for Favetteviile and vici'jitv. Marh4, 1843. 210-ly. ' TO ALL THE WOULD WHO USE LEATHER IN AN Y FORM. OIL OP TANNIN. Or, Leather Restorer; a new Chemic;al Discovery. Most people know that skins and bides are con verted into h-aihcr by the use vjf Tannin extracted from ceitain barks, &c. When the force, and strength of the Tannin is worn out, leather becomes dead, hind, dry. biitlle, cracked, covered wilh a crust, &c. This nl! know. To restore then life, soilness, moistness, strength, smoothness, and remove ail crnst, !ly, 'or blister restore the Tannin: ' This substance the leather never can 'receive second time: but the whole vir tues of it are in this artiele,- the Oil of Tannin which penetrates the sliflVsl and hardest leather, if it iias iii'i ii twenty years in use : and if it tears easily wilh the fingers, it imparts at once a strength that is ujtc-rly incredible' until seen. It become like new leather, in all respects, with a delightful sofmess and polish, and makes all loatherconi pletily iinpervi.ics to water particularly boots, shoes, carriage-tops, harness, hose, trunks, and in fact all things made, of leather, Eivinir a splendid polish, even higher than new leather has, and at least doubling ils wear and durability, in whatever manner the leather is used. These are facts. Those who will may wear old shoes, groin with corns, tide with old carriace-lopp, haye old harness, and throw iheiu away half used,- look filthy ihem s Ives, and all about them, expend double w hat is necessary for articles ol leath-r. to tlu ir hearts' con tent, for what we care, if their prejudices are so strong they v. ill not try a new discovery. . We have no favors to ask of thorn, they are the greatest suilcrers. and we beg for nobody's custom or patron age. Now, gentlemen, please yourselves. ICj43 None genuine unless with the fac simile signature of COMSTOCK & CO, Wholesale Druggists, 71 Maiden Lane, New York. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1S43, by Comstock $i.Co, in the Clerk's ofTice of the Disiru t of the United States for the Southern District of New York. For sale at the Dru7 Store of .Tas. A. MacHak, Person street, sole Agent for Fayetteville and vi cinity. . Match 4, ,?43. 210-ly. Encourage Home Manufactures. GaiNlnei and jMcKef Iian, (J ARMAGH MAKERS. HAVE now mi hand and for sale a much larg er Slock of Work than usual, consist ing of Carriages. Barouches, Buggies, Sulkeys, Wagons, &c. Persons wishi HiT to buy, would do well to call and examine their Work and prices, which have been reduced to suit the times. We warrant our work, as usual, for one year. TZf Repairing neatly executed at shoit notice and at reduced prices. Mj0, 1843. 1 2 1 -1 y. SUMMER B0NN3TS7 JUST received bv the last arrival, 2 cases of low price SUMMER. BONNETS. Those that are in want of cheap Bonnets for Summer will please call ai the Store of C. A. BROWN. Fayetteville, June 32, 1843. 22C y. FXU2SXI IEKTONS. JUST received a few boxes of fresh LEMONS. Also, a fresh supply of Candy and Sugar Plums of all sizes- For sale at Prior's old stand. June 32, 1843. 226-y. C. A. H. 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Or, U re's great Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mini s, 1500 pages and over 1000 plates ! ! Encyclopedia ol" Geography, I0e0 pages, 1100 eneravmos, SO maps. Blooniliebi's Greek Testament. For live new Subscribers, and I0, will be sent ei'ber Coo'cy's American in Egypt, wilh numerous il lustrations. The Farmer's Cyclopedia, 1100 pages, and innu merable tn iravings ; or Spark's Lit'eol W ashington. P.ctoti.il History ot the'Uuited States. li- '.f-' The above works are all in form to send by mail, a! nou-periodical postage. tOni bretin eii of the Press, w ho exchange with us, will greatly oblige us by giving the above an ins-rtim. M'MAKIN fic llOLDEN. The subscriber respectfully informs bis friends and the citizens of Fayetteville, that he is now ready to contract for all kinds of buildings and carpenter's woik, .-nd hopes to share a part of their patronage. Alt orders i ft at the store of James Dodd, will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. July 22, 1843-230-lf G W. V. OSE. State of of N. Carolina- Montgomery County. In ICquitt' Spri7 Term, 1843. Hall & Johnson " vs. J Green Davis, John B. Mar- tin, John Leach, Covington J. Bill to account. J. Oirel!, Sn-.ilh, Wright, Lyon & Co., EoocliS Jordan, and Elijah Sujg. I 1 appearm.; to the sa." jsficfion of the Court that John B. Martin, Smith, Wright, Lyon & Co., and Enoch S. Jordan, are not inhabitants of this State, it is ordered that publication be made in the North Carolinian, printed in Fajettevjlle, for six weeks, for the said non-residents to appear at our next Court of Equity, to be held for the County of Montgomery, ot the Court House in Lawrcnceville, on the last Monday in August next, and then and there pfoad, answer, or demur to the plant iff 's bill, or it will be taken pro confesso us to them, anj heard ex parte. Witness, James L. Gaines, Clerk and Master of our said Court, of Equity, at office, the last Mon day, in February, 1343, and of the 67th year of American Independence. JAS. L. GAINES, Clerk tc Master. July 29, 1343. 231-61. per adv. $3 25. NOTICE. THE Subscribers, re- sidins in Cuniberlandcounty, hav- inp had serious tosses in their stock of various kinds, by people and dogs hunting on their lands without permission, or any regard for their property, and entirely destitute of any moral toi ling to us or our ' eff cts, but w antonly sport themselves and doirsat our expense ALL Persons are cautioned and forbid bunting with dogs or guns either by day or nisiht, on anv of our lands without leave d" the owner in writing. Anyone offending in the above notice, will be dealt with as the law directs in such cases. Given under our bands this 22d July, 1843. D.micl B iker, Alex. McPberson, Mnlcoin McPherson, Mnr & Flora MePhcrson, A! x. MeAnl ur, JXeill & Daniel Bute, Mary Monroe &. Minors, John McDonald, I)iiik':i" McArtbur, Jesse Ellis, : Arch'd Alonroe, Anus McGill. Arch'd McDnilie, Catharine McArtbur, Mary El not', John MiCnil, Duncan Cniey, Air" Ann AlePbcrson, Arch-d. D. M Gill, Henry Arnetf, John E li.i, John MtGiH, Mileom McDonald, Duncan Bui.', Arch'd Rav, Miles N. Baker, John Monroe, An;us McGill, John McFhuil, Daniel McOoll, Catherine & Alex. McP!erson, Jrdm McDougold, Arch'd Lindsay, Malcom B. Gilhs, Angus Campbell, James Wilkinson, D. C. Morrison, Hugh Black, Malcom Campbell, Dan'l McPherson. G. J . 31 c M 1 L. A N, ELIZABETHTOWN.N.C Tf ESPECTFULLY informs the public thai he JLo has taken the House recently occupied by David Lew is, Esq , ami intends keeping a House of lUIHIilC ENTERTAINMENT. His rooms are ciunloilably birnisbed, and on Ins ta ble will always be found the best the market affords. For the comfort and accommodation of those wdio ma v favor him with their patronage ho will use every exeitiou, mid spare no pains. jiT--. pric"s will be moderate in neenrdanen w itb the times. Traveller and transient visiters will re ceive every attention necessary for their comfort. Auust 5, 18-13. 23-!f. 1BLOUNT CREEK, and COOL SPRING mm. vim i v,r .,., in croud order: ready to re ceive Wheat nd urind it with despatch. rj js ijran anu snort'. oi --t..; .. .t..- . icj. Cash paid for Wheat. McN EILL. July 31, 1843 -232-y. HIIDS. Biul 14 tierces of MOLAS-' SES, just received bv Ih" Con Plan!. For sale by - 'HHPi MirNJiiLL..' : July 8, 1843. 223-y. ' : ii alUItmnl " ii w THE UOR??E Al5ATt3Clfe.OF PARIS. Few things re more productive of melan choly lhau the fat ami eonditiots of horse? in the latter days of their career. No trjaller how useful they may have been, what years of toil they may have endured, c find them tit last dismissed without re;r t, and sotj fo -a few shillings, or what their meie skin, flesh," hones, and other parts, are woith. Thuj in London, atid also iu Paris, there nre estnlj lishmeiits forming ihe tibatoirs of hornes placei', of course, whence nl! sentimvTnU of jiity ate b;iiiish d, and where the onoe sleek and beloved nn'tiu.Js; are deorived of exis leuce, in the midst of ich refiect little cit-Jil on liuuiituitv. " '; Few hive any ides d' tho immettso rxletil of the h.7rs? abaiofrs ut Montfaucoti, in Parj. To this place all horsec past .service me con ducted. Worn usually lo skin ' nnrl bc-Oj;, they come in strings ol" twelve or twentyj tir? hudjled into n slablo whoie (hey c-ftt.ttoi slit, or left iu ihe open air, tied to (he enreasao of those that ha e just met their fate. A grenf number of horses living and dead, Are brought lo Motitfaucon annually ; the winter sensuti, when the poor cannot keep them, beinj; most pioduclive in this respect. 1'y a cnlcutatioo made for 1S27, if was found that thirty-live came to tho slaughter houe daily, making a whole of 12,7S.ri. Three-fourths of them ciinie ia life. As, in the same year, the t't:f number of horses in Paris amounted to about 20,500, not less lhau rive-eights seem (hen lo perish auimuHy. A deduct iou must be made, however, for the hrsea bought iu tha districts arouud ihe city. Iu auy case tho number of victims is iirimense. Four different methods nre used ut Moni fiiucon for kiliittg the horses. Ono is by in jecting air into nu open vein, n tedious, aud little used though cleanly process ; a.- sr-cond i.s by piercing the spinal marrow in ihe neck; a third is to fcl! theaolrria! oo ihe hefd, us is done wilh oxen ; nod a fourth operalioo is to slab tho animal in ihe .chest. One melan choly sight usually follows the deaths of two or three horses; The stoutest of the victims next to fall, is made to"dcav the ffCf ly slain bodies to the scenes of their ulterior opera tions. The hair of the mane and tail is removed , before deaih, but the wretched hacks have usually lost or been stripped of these ppend ages before corning to Moutfaiicon. When accumulated in quantities, the hair is sold lo saddlers and hair makers. The skins of the horses are of ccfirse srdd loJanper. Of the blood of the horses no use i.s made, though men of scieuce have recommended its em ployment in the manufacture of Prussian blue, for which purpose ox blood is in great demand. The flesh is ihe nexl point. In 1739, an ordinance was revived inierdieting its sale ii Paris as human food. During the time. ol'. the revolutionary scarcity, however, horse flesh was largely used in the dpitai, many who took iiu othef animal food for si. months, felt not the slightest injury front it. -J The opeu use of it did not cense till 1SQ3-.-In 1S11, a time of scarcity, many bulcheisr were caught making maiket of it ; and soon , afterwards, tho medical tflreu." having, declared the flesh of a sound horse wholesome, a per- ' mission was given to sell it openly, but only in given places. Withdrawn in 1S14, (his permission was renewed in 1816, and t;ii holds good. In feeding animals, and as manure, a large portion of the Montlauooti horse carcases is ackuowleu'gly. .employed ; but it is also believed no little quanfly s sold lo the poor, without their own knowlerfger As for the numerous workmen at Moritfair con, they live on nothing else, and thev ihr ivc upon it. It perhaps strengthens their nerves for iheir disagreeable business, as it spirited up" our hardy ancestors of the north to (heir human butcheries. The use of it amongst these latter nations only ceased on their convcrsioti . to Christianity, as is proved by existing papal bulls. However, Denmark has latterly re lumed to its old habits, being Ihe first Kurcv pean nation that has authorized the sale of horse flesh among the otdinary contents of the shambles. A traveller relates, also, ho tasted some excellent smoked hif5 on diu ing with the Tartarian Khan, Krim-GnetJdv Baron .Larrey, moreover, tells us that the French army, in various campaigns, were not only sustained well by such food, but wero even seemingly cured of scorbutic dis ease. From different parts of animals killed at -Moii'l'aueoii, glue, oil, and other marketable commodities are produced, and the ehoes meet with a ready sale at tho cutlers and oth ers. In short, nothing is lost; for it is even a trade to gainer the larvre as food for fowls ; and thus the clegaut animals which once pranced proudly in the Champs de Mars and . at the gay fetes of the French metropolis, are sent to Moutfaucon, and put to the basest of purposes. Yain-eloriotis men are the scorn- of wiso men, the admiration of fools, the idol of para sites, and the slaves of their own vaunts. fio man was ever broken by advetsily that was not ftwt betrayed by posteiity. Suspicions among thoughts are Hke rats n mo tig birds they ever fly by twilight. To live by one mao's will is the cause of many men's misory.