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From the Charleston Courier. WHY DO WE LOVE ? I often tl:tik each tottering form Thai limps a'ongin lifa decline, Onc boro a heart, as young, a warm, As fill! of idle thoughts si? mine. A 'i'! !ach h.is had his dream of joy His own unectuattM pore romance, Commencing when ;he blusl.irg boy Firtt thri'ls n loving woman' glance. And each could 11! If s lolc ofjouth, Ami think its Fc-i.f of love eince More pa-i.ri, riff unearthly tiuth, Thau any ta'e before or si'Jtc. Yes-they could Ii of tender layp, At midnight pcr-u'd i' classic shades Of days mor biLhl than mode ru days Of maids mor'j fair thun living maid?. Of whispers in i willing ear, Of kisses on a b!uhmg c berk , (Fiich kiss enth whisper fur too dear For modern lips to give or rpeak ) Of pro9pocts too untimely cross'd, Of passion slighted or llra)'d Of Kindred ?plr;U early lost. And buds that blossom but to fad'-. Of beami ng eye-1, nnd tresses gay EJ iaMc (ym and ib!e brow ; And charms thit al! h.ve pads'd away, And fefi them tvbat wc see them now. And is it so! Ia humin love So very light and frail a thing ? And mv9t youth's brightest vision? move, Forever on tinie'e resiles i wing' Must all tho eyes that still are blight, And all the lips thsf talk of h!i-s, And all the forma a fuir to-nih'. Hereafter only come to this ? Then what are lore'.- best vision's worth, Ii we at 1 ist must lose tlicm thus ? If all ws vuius most on earth. Era long must fade away from us. if that dear being, whom we take. From all the world, and eti'I recur, .. To all she said, and for her sake. Feel far from Joy when far from her. If that one form, which un adore, From voath to s-, in bliss or pain, Soon withers and is seen no more Why d wo love if love be rain 7 E. THOMAS, Jr. Ph Ud!pVa, Oct. 5, 184G. Teak, near wheie our camp was situated. Another reason for avoiding the coven the fad of it always being the lu.king place. In about two bow travel i came Sear the solitary buffalo, quietly ftcdiog upon aslope near the ed 'V19 through which the Dup, H the Colorado, wind.. I now edged into the timber, and having c,'"r discovned my prey to be a la-ge bull. "huh I iudced, frm bi tl,n,d M,,,uer of edU)-', . . " , ,l r..rr iha heir) liv nil nltarh j had been scpa" " j - 'oflndiaus, and having gaiued the entrance 'to the valley, ho bad pursued hi way to this I quiet spot. Carefully approachiug him, I i gained a fuvoiable stand on hi left, hud poi j.g my trusty rifle, fired. With a snort ol pasn, he backed several pact, hdu jch upu hi.- haunches. Loading again 1 advanced t. despatch bim, when, with a roar of f am, and with a sudden bound he approached to within a few puces of where 1 stood. Hav ing but an instant to spare, I hastily raised my rifle and pulled the trigger, when to uiy horror, the piece missed lite, eveu With the iufiu iale animal so near that his breah, min gled with hi.s blood, was blown upon mv per son. Time lor thought there was none. I could not icgain. the timber, no dropping my rifle, I made for the ravine. The rifle was a moment' diversion iu my favor, for the beast paused t smell the death dealing . weapon, but the next inslati', 'wiih blood shed eye--, he madly rushed toward me. I looked into the ravii-e nod a "lance revealed to me a per- neudicular orcciuice of one hundred feet, with i . -i the ft ream fretting and boiling, dark as iuk, at the bottom ! To leap across it was im possible? to plunge down was not to be thought of but a an act of despair, and alter native there appeared none. To thus have to come to a hurried decision, with peril on ev ery side, the rhauces were ten to one that the worst hoi u of the dilemma would be chosen. The sequel will. show. , A small protection of about three feet long by one wide, upon which grew a few scrubby bushes, presented itself at about ten feet dis tance from the edge of the ravine, and, with out a second thought, 1 held a moment by the edge of the precipice, and dropped up n this small shelf, which shook and quivered from the concussion of.iuy leap, until I fancied I could feel it sliding from its place ! The thought was horrible, aud 1 hut my eyes iu a paitial swoon, expecting the next momentto be dashed inlo the bubbling cunent below, biit alter waiting a; reasonable time, aud no such coucussiou occurring, I opened ihern ; and now my heaitgrew ick agaiu at the peril of my position, from which there appeared no prospect of escape. I had spent but a mo ment in the contemplation and just then thoughts wire speeding rapidly through my brain--when the infur iaie bull, his eyes like balls of fiie, and the red current of file spout ing from his nostril, appeared above me, on the very brink, bis (ore boots pushing the earth at the edge upon :r.y head, while from his mouth he deluded me with a flood of san- THE TWO B1HD3. BT EL 1.0VF.X'.. A bright bird lived in a go'.den cage. So (?nt;y ten -A by room and page, And a wild bird come her p--m;j to te And said I .v ish 1 cm!d !iv with the ; For t!i ti cunt t-tn And piuuo ihy in-. While dainty f ire, Thy sh;ea pn pare." The wild bi."-J C;inic her pomp t- fee, And a:d " I wieh i could live bku thee." Then fio:n the e;i g union p'aintive vvdte, Yv'bich bade the wild bird to rrj "ic, " For 1M g'.ve my golden caj;," said sdie, ' For lh huenbh: peieh on (be wjhiwood fre ; For thou cutift "nr On Freciloiii's win;; Thee bars ofo'.d A slave enfold ; I'd give my golden cage,' ff;u'd phe, " For thy hutnbb perch on tl.e wibhvood lite.' Then, when V,c bird f the wiidwood krsew The bright one weary of bnda.c grew. He rl the plrtinlivj- taptive frT, And aov i hey ilw, sinking Liberty !" In joy i Lev roarn Their Unfy home, And iriil jhc cay Tho livc'.-.ng dav, The lay of love from hearts ftt Tue, For Inr$ wa6 b'eft vi!b hbcriy. him laugh heartily, notwithstauding his d is-1 gust at seeing bis garments turned to fUch vie purposes,") he made with all hasto waids the fchore, but judge of his horror when he saw these ' precious rascals " each catch up what he could, and set off at full speed in to the jungle ! uot leaving poor Rogers even the ve.-tage d'an aiticle of raiment to cover himself. All be heard was ih" "lo.iou chat tering n they one by one disappeoM rl, tho oue lugging off his shirt, whi h. i tog ,.ihn iiwkwaid to art v, was continually ' dipping him up, getting between m- " H'V was si pretty pickle fur a Ch iii.u under a broiling' sou I and here he staid till the inmates of the bungalow, begiuning to suspect some accident, carne out in search and found poor Rocs silting up l his neck in water, i a frame of body aud mind which we may con clude to.be more easily imagined than dcrib 6.?--B.eminiscsncr$ nf the lale Cap tain Rogers. - PORTRAIT OF I HE SAVIOUR. There is no evidence that , au authentic portrait or statue of pur Saviour was ever pxecured ; at least there is good reason to believe s. : and wo may well imagine from the repugnace of the Jews, to any images or likenesses, originating wih the command from Sinai, the puuishrneuts which followed their lapses from duty iu this reaped, - aud the non-existence of the : Fine Arts aaiong them in a tlasMcol sense, that in the time of our S-iviour, there was no attempt made to pie- scve the rcinembrauce of bis person iu this way. . 'v . . . . . ' ' Besides, tho spirituality of hi- religion tendered any such memorials ofbimuuuces- sury. - He sught 'be heart and ihe affeeiious of riien im theif mere e.x'ei na reverence. Indeed, he to whom we attribute divine power; the Word, indeed, by which all things " are aud were created," could not possibly have desiied any such memorial from the hand oi the cunning wbikman,uor indeed permitted it, if it had been attempted. The question has been raised by com mentators, whether there exists any true memorial of that sacred form. We find occasionally among the Magazine, a pretend ed letter from a Roman I'ro-Consul to his Koiperor, giving a full description of our Saviour's personal appearance. It has been so often republished, ltul wa do uot think ii . :. i 1.: l necessary lo inseri u nere., rauuou n.is asserted, both that he was the handsomest of ihe sons of men, and also, that he was de void of beeuty orofgince. Iicephoius a Greek histoi ian, who wrcte au Ecclesiaetical History, extending from the lime of our S.iviou to ihe yar 610, has most to say on this subject.; He expresses the opinion that St. Luke dew the portrait of the Saviour, the Vugiu Mary, and the Apos ties ; and that, in this way, iheir likenesses were pieseived and ; disseminated. The following i a description taken fiorn u sup posed puitrait by St. Luke, lor which we are indebted principally lc i icephoru The subscriber would re- spectfully inform the citizens of Fay etteville and the surrounding country, that he may now be founH at his W1TV7 SSTAZSX.ZSXZZnSZfTl on Donaldson street, euotti ot the store formerly occupied by Mr Jno. D Starr, where he i prepared to make up gar ments in the latest Pari?, London, and Fayetleville styles, snperior in point of cot and worK mansnip io auy uiai can oe mauu un iue new Vork orincioie. and on thaHie flatters himself that h- Is eqnnl tq any, being in the regular receipt of ihe b st st vies afforded by the fashionah'e plates of ihe trar e. uAibii on i iv. Oct. 17, 184G. 400 -If. To my Customers AND FRIENDS : THE Subscriber will be found at all times at bis stand on Green st., one door north of A. & E. . McPheren's Dry Goods JSiore, where he . will en deavor to do all work with 'neatness. No pains will be spared on his part in - tryine to jiv; fijeneral satisfaction to 1 hose who 35l!5s may favor him with a call. Fashions resulaily received. T. D. ATKINSON. TWO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS, ot good moral character and good workmen. N tine 'others need apply. . T. D. A. October 17, 1846. 40-21. ' FOR RBKTT. My store and dwelling house, a,".u kiieben adjoin inr, on Hay street, nearly oppesito the Postoffice, now occupied by David Carver, senior. Possession given on the 1st of November nexi. Any person wishinor to rent will apply to the subscriber.. I wish to hire a good driver for my wagon team; none but a sober and indoptriou-" band n ed apply Oct. 17,-tf THOS. II. MASSY. FALL & WINTER GOODS. THE Subscriber has jn3t received from the Northern cities; his Fall and -Winter' Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Viz: Ladies' and Gentlemen's fashionable dress Goods, embracing a great variety; calicoes, low priced to fine; broad c'nths casslmeres, and sattineis; Kentucky jeans andkeiseys; satin, silk, andcaSsimere testings; bleaehed andhrown sheet ing; Tweed cloths and Gala plaids; blankets, bed, negro, and saddle; lickings, canvass, and padding; silk and alpaca serge; suspenders; Muslin D' Lainand cashmere robes ; cashmere and :MusIin DeLain, in the piece; ombre, camelion, plaid, and black alpacas; book, mail, jackonet, and Swiss M nshr.s ; Mnen and spool thread ; linen floes j but tons; combs; pins; needles; hooks and eyes ; red and white flannels; French hierinoes; Tav lor and Malcomb plaida jeloakings and cloak lin jns ; cotlon and silk flags ; hats, cap, and bon nets; shoes arid boots; sugar, coffee, molasses salt, iron, indigo, madder, ongoing, rope, and twine; cutnail?; cut tacks ; coffee mills ; cotton cards ; floe and : common tobacco ; crockery and glassware; paper, foolscap and leHer; fancy soap; sole loath' r ; painted pails; brooms: axes;" hard ware and cutlery ; fine to low priced cagars ; w ith many aittcles not named; altogether making a much larger" and better assortment than is usually it-pi uiuiiK Btuic voumry merchants are espe cially invited to call and examine styles., qualities ana prices. Terms as liberal an elsew here. Stand ?arac as lat year, Foot of Hay Mount, next above Brass's Hotel. J. D. WILLI A.MS. , Septembar 19, IS46 396-tf. BEAVER CREEK GOODS. Fot sale by IJ all &. JoltllSOll : Heavy fl:ix and cotton Shirtings. " 4-4 Sheetings, Co"ton Yarn, assorted, 5 to 10. Plough Li e . Twine. April IU, 1846. 373-ly - "uiun hue. My position was horrible ! lie pawed the. euMh and feebly .hook bis mane nb()Ut seveI s,)lthhamas ( as it in exuhat ion that his des'royer was 8lu ... . . i,,;,,;,, 1 to be destroyed, and ihen th deep heaviu vf his mighty chesl would again deluge mo with its torrent of lava, which kit hot as a shower from Etna, and fell, dying me like some v ic tim for a heathen sacrifice. Suddenly, the struggles of the wounded buf falo. appeared to cea.u the blood pouted from his nostrils an uninterrupted ireani. hi eye ; oiew dim, and its glassy star was fixed upon mine, wnile his body for a moment swayed to and fro, as if be was about to sink upon the FALL J1ND WINTER Cheaper tlian ever (j. Hi McMillan AUE now receiving from N-:tw. York and Phihoiel phia, a hirae and ?p eneid afsortment of STAPLE A.NLFA.NCY DRY GOODS, CONSISTING OF Superfine Cloths and Cassimcres, iiiue, b'ack, and steel-. :.ixd satlinets, Kentucky jeans and tweed, O eon a id Maiamoros cassimerrs, .Satin and velvet vesli tigs, vaiencia ditto, Ciis'imere and cashmere robes, Shaded cashmere and St. C.itharmc cloths, Mouslin detains anl alp cas. English and American Pri rts, White, red, ami reen Flannels, Carpeting and Biize, Brown and bleached sheetings and shirtings, Luiis' silk and merino shirts, Q. nllemens' do. do do. Si!k and merino hose and half hose, Cotton and cashmere bo?e, Lac!ie' k trt an-i siik Giove-, of every variety, FRESH G00DS JUST received, Zante Currants, soft shell Al monds, Brazil Nuts, Prunes, Citrons, Mustard Butter Cracker Soda Buiscuits, Mrs Miller's fine chewing Tobacco, Crashed Sugar, Brown Suar Cassia, Sporting Powder, in Canisters &c. ' For sale by y prior August 29th, 1846. 349-tf. ' TWO STOKES, adjoining the store at present occupied by Mr John D. Williams, in the Brie Wow, foot of Hayir.ount. For terms applv to c c o, J.C.DOBBIN. SepU 5, 1846. 394-lf. 9 5 BAGS RIO COFFEE, I !. La;iiira do. ,- 5 Hhd. Sugar Clarified do. in bbls. Loaf and Powderetl, do. ' " Dupont's Powder, Shot, and bar Lead, French Brandy, Ilolland Gin, old white and red Port, 'Mad. ira and Sicilv WINES, for sale by - r . . D. & W. McLAURIN. April 4, 1 846. 375-tf. VERY CHEAP FOR CASH. Northe' n-Made Buguie and 3 sets of HARNESS, complet--; all of superior woik- manship, and of the m st aopioved modern stjlc. . ; BEVERLY ROSE & SON January I, HB46. 36 -tf REMOVAL AND NEW .. i I., :r..i :.. .u.. r i ! .laef.nets ano eamoric--, lie was very uouimui iu oi nice, nu , --- R . and Swiss Ml,aJhl8. near six His hair waa Iiiclluiii2 lo be very fair th'ch, hut o little cuilvd ; hU eyebrows were? hluck, and did nol foim exactly a seroi-ciicle; his eyes were large, lively, and something yellowish; his iioe long; his beard blatk, and pretty shot I, bui he wo'e his hair long tor the scissors bad uever been ued on his head, nor had the hand of. any one touched bim besides that of his 'mother, lh Virgin, when he was yet a child- His neck .w.i uoi sim. nor his cuitiaoe lony or nr. ma. i : IN AT THE DEATH. " A ROCKY MOUNTAIN STCRV. BT FOL1TAIR L. On n br iht June inoiiiing, while seated in camp on a lofry ridgo ne;.r th Colorado river, in which, with two companions, I wus engaged in hupping benver, I descried, far down n the jilaios, an object moving, which I 1. ...... i.. I l IV 1 1. 1 iuc i u- ;i OUU110, nimougn, In appear ance, from the disi.ince whi h lay between il and the p t upon which I stood, it looked no laroer than a common sized dog. I had but a few moments before returned from' a five mile tramp, nAvr au unsuccessful exumiuatiou ot ou, trap, and though fired, I resolved, ii possible, t htiven taste of buffalo, for this wan the hrst we had ,ccn during a month's c,j.Mirn moiig ibe hill herd, seldom travelling so nigh up. Al.,illft u fhJs ie,olu;on j I h'.d 17 ,UI "U my WH 'ins. which I n;id a lew momeu'ii ,..: . i j near our fire. "V" hung upon rods The ludiaus s. iofosi.t - . . that we never moved W ' B"Ph,'?'hod ,rn camp bui with rx treme caution; cucludU, l "1." sary preparations lor a tarl. 1 ,0i. J , autvey from a peak, without, ho evei 7i; eaith but dreadful was ihe thought, and ter rible became the eettaiuty thul his huge form was "raduallv iuking over the edge of the precipice, cii ecily above the scant looting up on which I stood. There was no escape! Every moment made his fall into tl.e ravine more certain, and, at the contemplation oi being hutled by this dying mass into the craggy bed of ihe stieam beneath, my blood congealed with terror Slowly his dark' form . . .i i ' .i i. . .i. suuk, ana tne eaim crusning away uBiicaui his bending limhs pattered down upon me until wiih n)pieheuioti, 1 had grown mad, when, with a rus-hmg sound like nn avalanche, H e wounded beat tottered .over the verge. For a moment, as he shuck the projection on whirh I stood, his bulk poised, end -the next, f iinticuliv o.'aiiin2 his shaoo v mane, I was hurled wiiii him lo the bottom of the invino, my blender restiug place on the side .f ihe precipice falliug around me in a fhower. I was stunned for a moment wph the shock, but the cold elream bubbhno aboul mo soon brought bac k consciousness, when I found that my antagonist hd happily hilleii under iimsl. His frin had broken the foice of my plunge into ihe lavine. After washing ihe Maius of victory from my peison, I cut out a few steaks as a proof of my being in al the death," aud left his carcass to the wolves, well stiried with my shate of that game! Si. Louis Reveille. r .. , u,i,iy C""S -b'" cto voecny. Couiihell before I parted wnh them t.. ! companions walcb of rny p;i progress, and iu ' keei ore evei.i Iheir discovering Indians, to inform me of ih fact by waving iheir hauokerchrefs aud ooim ing in ihe direction iu which ihey were seen II aving concluded all preliminary arrange ments, I descended into the valley, rifle in hand, and knife in belt, with my ear open lo hostile noutids, athd my arm nerved for vigor ous defence. After a tedious travel over broken ways, and through deep and dark rav ine, I reached ihe valley and struck oul from the timber, .,, ortler 0.gaja a view of jy, A' PECULIAR SITUATION. Captain Rogers had . nee accepted Ihe iuvilalion of a brother officer in a totally differ ent part of the island .to try a few day's ho til ties against the elephants of that neih- boihood, and had arrived after a day's spoil within a mile or iwo of the bungalow where his host and hostess were awaiting his a rival, when passing by a delightfully cool looking river, he thought a plunge would be the most renovating luxury ia existence, so u plunge he determided lo lake, seeding oh his servants with his guns, and an intimation thai in ten minutes he wovld arrive todinner. So stripp ing aud placiug his things very carefully upon a stone, he began to luxuriate in me water He was a capital swimmer and had swam to some distance, when, to his horror and dis- .1 rnov. on lookinir to the olacc where he had eft his habiliments, he perceived . a dzeu monkeys overhauling his entire wardrobe vne was putting his legs through the sleeves of hia fhittjnnoihei cramming his head intohis trousers ; another trying lo find if any tiea sure was concealed in bU boot ; whilst his bat formed a source or wonderment lo some two or hree others, ttho were endeavoring to unravel the myiery by unripping the lining and taking hall a dozen bheouf of the brio,: As soon as be gained b,. mental cquilibrum (for the thing waa so ridiculous a to make stooped a Utile who nis neaa ; nis cou.piex ion was almost the color cd wheat; his counte nance neither round nor t-harp, but like his moihei's something longish and pretty much ou the vermillion. Gravity, prudence, meek ness, and clemency, werep.iinted in his face; iu a word, he resembled perfectly his divine mother. '' Our leaders will poreive some ve y .Hinu lar nst'!lion in this description. I he one that no hand ever touched him; is quite a mistake. There are numerous passages iu ihv .New Testament which disprove this Male--me lit.' 1 he tor ies id Nicepti-.rous are just ly distegmded by all the; standard commenta tors. J borne coins of the hitter Emperors- have come down to us, bearing effigies of Ihe Sa viour. VVe have befo.e us drawings of two of them. One of the lime of ..Couslamine, has h lep'esentation of the head, and Ihe ody.as low as the ches-t. Euciiclino thirse is motto with the followinij letters : .. I-H-S XI8 R EX REGiNANMUM. The face tc.-sembles that wnic h ihe yreat painters have generally adopted in their treat ment ofthis subject. The cjthei, bearing Ihe same iioiption, is I'irger, aud of ihe time of Basiltus and Constautmus, bji is uot 50 pleasing to the eye. - 1 ht? Catholics have a legend of a handker chief which was presented to' our Saviour by a female named Veronica, at ihe lime he was on his way to the Mount, and that on wiping the sweat horn his face, he let the pictuie ot it on ihe baudkerchiei. 1 hi is a favorite subject iu Catholic .counti ies, and the origi nal is said to be somewhere preserved. We have in these hasty cematks embraced ueaily all that is known to the learned ou the subjert cf ihe likenesses of our Saviour.- V. F. Telegraph. Piaid and stripe ditto, Bish'.p Lawr.s, -t'lack aud fancy silks, Cotton and silk Velvets, Slocks, scarfs, a nd cravats, Collars and bosoms, Gimps and tringesi seeing silks and twist, Thread and cotton edgings, Muslin Euoxns and lns-ertings, ; Pins, needles, and spool thread, Canvass ad padding, Hooks and eyes,' Linen and colton tapes n.nd bobbins', Silk and cotton Umbrell.is, ilk and cotron Haridk'rchic'fsj "Bonnet and cap Ribbons, Florence, braid, and straw Ii .nnc-ts. Men's and boys' fur and cioth Caps, Siik, fur, and wool flats, A large Mock of BOOTS and SHOE5?, and a ?:rcat manv Goods toe tedimis to merilo.n. As the alove Goods were purfchased very low, they wf l be sold uncommonly ch ap for ensk. Those wishing to purchase, ' will please call before purchasing elsewhere, if they w ant loget bargains. Oct. 3, IS4C. " 398-4t. I HAVE rem .v d to the Brick Stnre one doo east of Messrs Charles T. Haitfri & So"t and am n.w. leceiving ' and opening my Fall ancl Winter stot-k, comorisins a large nnd nxtmsivc assort me.lof TIDV ftAililvJ Hardware and Cutlery, Hals, Caps, and Shoes, Cotton ii.-.l Woo' Cards. IJms and AI t-dioioes, Paints nnd Window G'uss,- Leather and iiiJ22)a 91S23'3. all of which' h iving bo-n pnrehasec! ir tiie httj reduoe't pr;-es for cash,"wi'l be oRe cd nnnsiib' v tow, eitli'.r for. cesh or on rime f -r np proved paiwr. ' 'JOHN D.ST'ARR. . S. p.. 19, 1348. 30-G-Gw. - Persons having, uns:t'lel bosMo-r w uh the un-er'sirro-d wdl lease .ive. hlim ncis'l bc-tw;tr. now and -the first'! December. When in town, he tn;ir !- found bv cji'imii ut the 'Vagoo Yard. J A CKSC'N J0EI NSON. Sept.' 19, I S61. 36 11 . JL. &Z2J5&JB&LJWBm ' DR. W .1. P. M.vLLi-: TT,"rmy b.uid, when not professionally ' riga ' ct, ai h"i--ofli2a near Ec el:s's Bijdie, adjoi'ii 'g the office -nt pucsent otcu pi.-d bv ihe H . jmest C I.clli . . A rtis.i 'li, 5843. -'-39r. ly. .;. ..t e Two men belonging to Nautuckel, discov ered on ihe shore a few days oiuce, after au unu.-ual low ebb tide, a cask, the head show ing itself a little above the water, and which they found 00 extracting from its bed, lo con tain Five Thousand Spanish Dollars! . Ii.is ihouaht to be a part of the cargo of n brig wrecked at that place more than 15 years ao. A lady, at a late'enter taiarnent,aked a gen tleman if he could eat custard. 'Yei, mad am," said he, U is cursi'kard if I . auuot.' New and Fashionable TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. G- W. SMITH Would respect fully inform the citizens of Fay ttevj!e that he has returri' d from New York and is now prepared to make up garnv nts-'in Ihe Jaiet.. New York ftyle. nnd superior in point of cut and w ork manship, to any ttiat have be.-h got up in tl:e town of Fayetle ville. - - - . - N.B. He vvi'J be found at all times on Gillespie street,'. next 'door to Hinsdale's, over .Mr Alex. Ml Johnson's- , . Oct. 10, 1 640. - 399-If. State of X. Carolina Cumberland, county. Court, of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Sep tember Term, 1846. Eliza Chapman vs. heirs at law of Benj. Chapman. Petition for Dower. - It appearing to the satisfaction cif the Conrt that Robert Chapman, Benj. Ch.ii man. Washington Chapman, Arthur Lewis and w de Isah l a, Wm Dickson and Wile Margaret, Geo W T 1 Imghast and wjfe Mary Ann, Catharine Jordan and Win Jordan, children of Chailes and Catharine Jordan, all heirs at law of Benjamin Chapman, deceased,' reside beyond the limits of this State, jr is there fore ordered that publication be made for 6 weeks in the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in the town of Favcttevillc, notifying said non-resi- Icnts personally lo be and aprearat our Court of Pleas and LLuarter sessions, to be held for the county of Cumberland at the Court House in Fav elteville, on the first Monday in December next. Ihen and inre to Khew cause, it any thej have, why the prayer of Petitioner should not- be granted, otherwi.e it w ill be taken pro csnfeseo and heard exparie as to th-m. . Witness. John McLaurin," elerk nf our said Court at office in Favett vill,- the first Monday of September, A.D. 1846. , J. McLAURIN. 0t. 10, 1846.-399-61.' , pr adv $3 25. - Th u'uparalleled p polarity of H Y'S LINf MENT is - a surety of its virtue. The 'geoon.--Hay's Lmmionihas cored over t-v- n'y thou.- n.i r-ases ol Pd- sin the United St ites. I? !, ihe. o.ilv article us .d and prescribed by ihe fac Ti v r.fN w York, and it is. recommended by every Physiei -n in tin? country who has used it, or s en its efleet? on others. ; -The genuine has Coinsiock & .CnV naine'on each wrapper. To be had ofS'JMins- dab-; Atkins & Co, EliAab'-tht vvn; I'.iuftfn ic bto, Kinston; Cass & SnUivai;, Kenarisvjlle"; D G Pat leison, Little lloekfi-h; McDowal. & CoLlizabi-J h- WILL resume her SCHOOL on Monday ihe 19ih V'Cioner, iQiv. '- - Oct. 17, .1846. V A400-61. il XI XI V U win De made to the next General Assembly os l or iu Carolina, lor the passage of an actio emancipate Samuel Mackey, his wife and fire children. " " 4v'0-3t .... ... tow n, w here toe only genuine c m uc oao. KEY. D. BARTHOLOMEW'S PINK SYRUP, Is warranted to lie as ind as any of the dollar nr - - - - - - t i . r f .- . 1 . . tiele.s irt ose. : 11 is o.u ior oniy 00 cenrs,' ana rut oronneinrs, with the cmse it ol several of tae first citizens of. Ne.w York, have given references to them. It is considered ty the:n ihe best prepara tion i'i .u-e, for . coughs, colds, influenz t, B re throat or incipient consumption. Ir is put forwaid under the sanction of one of rh? firt diviivs of !ho c Vuntry, and bis th great ra:it of" b -ing. all it is renresentedto.be. "eor.aalo whobsnle bv Com- sto k & Co,.2i.'Cnurt!and sre t, N. Y.; and bv S. J. Hinsdale of this place ; Atkins & Co., Clinton ; Einstein & Brother, Kinston; Bas St Fnllivan, Kenan-ville; D G Patrrson, Litlle Rockfih ; a oJ M:Dowal & Co, E'izibethtown, where the only genuine can be had, THE next session of Mrs Hardin's School, for Young Ladies, will commence on Tuca- da v the i'tth inst. . . ' ' Fayettevitle, Oct. 10, 1846. , ' ' FOR RENT. The HOUSE n Rowan street, tatery occupied by Mr Hinsdale, is now fbrlieht. Applv next. door. ALSO a servant girl for hire, fit for a bouse servant. Mi Slate of North Carolina Robeson - county. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Aug. Term, 1S46. William Blonnt, Executor, vs. Daniel Blount, David Count, Benjamin Lee, Alvan St-1 hens and wife, Joh 1 Campbell and wi!e, Alfred Moore and wile, n x of kin of Jacob Blount. Motion to ac'mi: to solemn and filial probate, the last Will and Testament of Jacob Blount. IN this case it appealing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendants are not inhabitants of this State, it is ordered by the Court that notice be given, for six weeks in The North Carolinian, published in the town of Faycttevillef to the sud defendants to appear at the next term ofihis onri, to be held for the said county of Robeson, at the Court House in Lumberion, on the f 't! viomlay in November next, and shew cease, i any mey have, why said last will and rcstainenl should not be admitted to solemn probate. ' Witness. Shaclrach He-well, ' e.crk of our saul Court at e ffice, tn. 4ib Monday of Ausust A. D. 1846, and of American Independence the 71st year. . S'D'H. HOWELL, C. C. C. Sept 26, 1 846,-397-6t. pr adv S3 23. 3005:& ssoa PRINTS ONjLiIT" NEW FALL STYLES, At the extensive Esiablishmenl of 44 CEDAR STREET, Where are concentrated" nearly all the NEW STVLES of PRINTED CALICOES winch fav. been prod iced 111 this country, or imported for fhe fall trade, and are offered for Bale for CASH OH APPROVED CREDIT at Prices Greatly Reduced Within th-; last few days. Purchasers are guaranteed the prices and allowances imde for a given period. .flZT Catalogues (reviewed and corrected daily) regulating-the prie s - are placed in the bands of buyers and semt vi;h the goods ordered. August, 1846. 380-y. Hall & Jolinson- Offer for sale, 100 hhd. Porto Rico and Cuba Molasses, 25) casks Lime, 5U sacks Li verpool Salt, JO tons Iron, assorted. April 10, 1846. 373-ly. VOLUNTEERS for OUEGON! Attention Rheumatic Battalion ! In anticipation of a war with England, the in dividuals composing the llheumatic Battalion arc each and cv;ry one notified and warned lo uppcar (armed as shall hereafter he directed,) before Ihe Orderly Snrge-on, at his Drug Store, on Main st , and purchase a bottle o Hews' Linament and E.ixir. which is warranted to cure all tl.e old cuca of Chronic or Inflammatory Rheumatism that have remained uncurml up to the present time. This with'.ut delay, so thiit liiey may lc in readiness, to m.irch, ifcalled upon. To the Universal Rheuma tic B.tudion ! Given thiac dav .-if Head Q.u titters by CO.VIs'TOCK&CO., Commander General. The above artie'e is sold at whelfs.de by Com 8tock & Co., 21 Courtland stieet, N. Yoik; and by S. J. Hindale of this piece; A kins & Co., Cim t m ; Eins:ein & Bro., Kinston; Bass & Sullivan, K'-nansville; D G Patterson, Litlle Rock fish'; and VlcDowal &. Co.. E'Jr.;ibelhlown. -Alsothe celebrated Council's PAIN EXTRAC TOR, the only genuine article manufactured, and sold at half puce to meet 'he wints if the poor. Also, C. & Co'.-celebrated F.xir.ut ef Sais.i p 1 i I a, a splendid artie'e, for 50 cents a hottl?, warranted as good i.s any clo'iar art ieles. The g"iini to 1 e had only of Comstock StCo., N York, and by s -m i as above. June 27, 1846. SUPERIOR QUALITY AT II A LI PRICE FOR THE CUKE OF Scrofu'a, elirooic rie-uniai is m, ii n-ra! ! h:ti: - , eutaneous dis'-;ser, ea'y erujitir.np td the skin, t t ler, p mples or pustu! -s Oil ihe face, mrn iiri ' ; -i sv) b loi-i diseases, bib-s, froiii an tinpure babe, body, olc rations of the throat and leg, pains nr 1 swelli'is of 1 lie boncii, I jver affections, anH :di i!r. CA6CS ariein from an impure state of iho bloc', posnres and i,.nr rudenees in life, t-xccivc usto; marc'irv, ?c. 'i iif great po pularity of Sarfaparilla, ar.d its (a- iab::s.icd ethcucy, render it superfluous to enter in to any encomium of its virtues or adduce any evi dencfc in its favor. ". - The S irsa : i. 1 jifa is m a "rnn?e! pufi ! ivei y a gord as any other I li t cra.-i h r;i..cie at .m? do lar, at j'is-: half thcpr'ce of th..s.T so uiik h ndvcr!;sed, ami ad strong and in as tars bttl s, viz: filiy ccnta per bottle, or five dollar per dozen. 'i'his aiiic'e has cnrtiwl Sc.o;ula ! yenrH, afo-r the "'fiiilar a-' t ie'e -s had been u-ed i:i va". Ti. be had in N-w York only, ar 21 C. o -rTand str ef ; and of S J Hinsdale, Fay. Itevi 1 ; A Wu s & Co, C in ton ; Einstein & llro.. Kinston ; Bas -k. Su bvan, Kenansville; D G P.ilter-on, L:ltt Ko. k frah ; McDowal & Co, Elizabelhtow n ; where the onlv geniiine can be hr.d. To all the world icho use leather in any form: Oil of Tannin, or L.catli v Restorer. A new Chemical Di.-coverv. Al ist people know, that skins bud hils ire conveitcd into leather l-ylhe use of Tar nm, ex tracted fn.m certain baiks, &c. When thefirce andrtrength of the Tannin is worn out, le;th r l.ecomes dead, hard, dry, b.ittle, crackd, cov icd with a crust, &c. This all know. To restore ihert life, softoev,moitncss, streiiitb, smootbne.s,. and remove; ii I nst, fly, or h'istcr restore the ran-iio. Tf-i- t nbstance the leather never car. re ceive the st 1 1 d time ; but tho whole virtues of it are in this aiticle, the OIL OF TANNIN, which penetrates the stiflest and , hardest leather, if it has been 20 ycurs in use, and if il lears easily wish the fingers, it imparts at once a strength that is utterly incredible until seen. It. becomes like new l.-nlher 111 a'l respects, with a delightful softncsarid polish, and miki g all leather completely and perfectly im pervious to water particularly boots, idiocy, car riage tops, harness, hose,- trunks, and in fact all things made ef leather, giving a splcndin polish, cve!ih 1 aher than n-w leather has, and at least doubling its wear and durn'oibty,in whatever inan ne. theb-atlier is used, riiece are Facte. , v For sale by S J Hinsdale, of lbs place ; Atkins & C-, Clinto i; Einrtem & Bro., Kinston: Bass & Snllivan, Keioinsvill- D G Pat terson.Littlc Ilock fish; and McDowal & Co, Elizahethtow n. Balm of Columbia. For restoring the Hair and keeping it from falling oul. This celebrated hair reetorat ire', which has 4jeen used successfully by over ten thousand persons, is now for sale in this town. As there are numerous coonterf its on this article, be sure and see that Comstockck Co. is on every wrapper. Buy of the agent of tins town and you will be sure to get the The Subscriber!; re- pectrully informs the public that he has commenced the above busi ness at the Store of Mr Tamo, n Smith, where he w jll make BOOTS Ac 8IIOE8 of the bttt quality and wmrkmanskin H ia rL b .s given general satisfactioB heretofore, and will uc .oiiaiii'u it, LAST WELL. . - , iCJ Mendfns one as usual. ' Sept. 26, 1846: - 397-rn true For sale w bolesale bv Comstock & Co" N York: SJ Hinsdale; Atkins & Co, Clinton ; Einstein ik ITro,Kinston; Bass & Sullivan, Kenansville; DG Patterson, L. Rock fish ; McDowal & Co. Elita- ietniwn;wntre tne onfy genuine can be had- NEW AND CHEAP-GOODS. JAMES KYLE XS now receiving his winter supply of DRY C.OODS. amnncr whii-b are Superfine Cloths and cassimeres, assorted colors, oamneis, 1 weeds, and Kentucky Jeans, Blaakets assorted qualities, Bleached and brown Domestics, 'rish Linen, Lawns, and Diapers, Silks, plain and figured, Shawls, from 25 c-nts to ten dollars, Thread, Bobin.-t, Lace and Edging, Cabeoes and Ginghams, very cheap. Cashmere DtEcosee and Mouslin Arlem, Alpacca, black, shadVd, nd other 75 packages Boots and Shoes, Anker Bolting Cloths, No. to 10, &c. &c. iV.th many other Goods, all of which being pur chased by the packages at the lale reduced price, will be bffared at uncommori low. price, by who--sale or retail. - ' -. - October 3, 1846.