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ABOUTION ISM UNVEI LED. Serfdom and IVages Slavery. Oh sweat IIumanit&riaQf, r to th South jm rom. vvny mot endeavor la re Here tn Flare at none J disciplined, caparisoned, armed to the j teeth.an impenetrable hauberk and shield is ! round their bodies, swords and spears are i in their hands am thev hold the advanta- Every reader of Scripture & history can Sfous places for assault or flight; while come to no other conclusion than that slav- ! w, ,e"' uesP,H fa? "T .i. . a divine institution at a certain '.are compeueu to j - - -j- ami support men vicj owu v.. ...... j the meagre pittance extorted from their adversaries or picked by piecemeals from Iip .streets. Oli! most benevolent free- cry epoch ; by which I mean, that in the early ages, and among a rude people, slavery was both natural and necessary. Every peo ple have gone through a natural order of progression, and through a regular phase of gradation, from personal, feudal, unto wages slavery. War was the means and summit, slavery the object and base. Men are naturally averse to labor. If labor was very repugnant, and power limited, 1 husbands compelled their wives to labor j for them parents their children nations j their weaker neighbors. Slowly and in-( sensibly, however, a slight modification of ! of the relationship of man to man took I place, under the name of Feudalism. This ! relation was the effect of organized con quest. The principle of slavery was not extinguished, while the worst abuses of primitive slavery were retained. The dependence of the laborer was placed on the chief, and he was a fixture of the soil The serf received food, shelter and cloth ing from the baron, for his services in peace or war. The peasant was called the vassal, villein or serf, and had no other choice than serfdom, except starvation, robbery and the gibbet. This state of society existed in Scotland and France so recently as the last century, and is still prevalent in various parts of Europe. The Revolution in America, and in France, shivered into atoms the feudal relation, and declared that the hitherto despised and conquered "hewers of wood and drawers of water' were to be recognis ed as possessing some manhood1 Civil equality was declared, and the equal rights ot man asserted. Of all the grotesque or deceptive phases of civilization, however, this last, or the "wages slavery," is the most egregious. I he principles of the primitive and feudal slaveries still exist, and the worker is still a mere tool, a thing, whose manhood, although, in theory, acknowledged, is not respected. Theore tically the hiied laborer, or wages slave, is a free man, and not the property of a war like baron ; but the observer of things as they are, can see that the laborer is still the serf the slave of a commercial and financial feudality that he is still the tie pendent, for very life, upon a moneyed aristocracy. In our over weening vanity, we consider ourselves tee-totally enfran chised from all domination, because ramp ant monarchy is overturned a vile state church upset, the laws of primogeniture abolished, and the odious distinctions of caste annulled by law, but retained in fact. The God Mammon, whom Aboli tionists have set up for worship, like Aaron's rod, has swallowed up all other worship. With rapid strides is society tending to two classes the financial and commercial lords who possess everything and the mass, who possess nothing, hir ing out their muscles for a bare subsistence Yes! we repeat it, 4vyages slavery, or hired labor," is a glorious delusion, for although the worker possesses corporeal liberty, yet being without means, he must sell his time and labor to the landed, man ufactuting, or commercial barons ol the day, who, like, the barons of old, like to enjoy the labor of others, but who, unlike those feudal barons, are not obliged in re turn to feed, shelter and clothe the laborer. Mark the vile cantrast too between the ancient, hereditary, warlike, and often generous baron of feudalism, to the sneak ing, ignoble, puritanic, hypocritical Money lord of our day, whose only distinction from the basest of wretches, is his tenacity of ill-gut money, and his affected whine of i4black philanthropy." Men have been famously humbugged by mistaking names for things, a id almost inclining us to think with Butler, that Doubtless the pleasure is as creat, In beiug uhvuted. as to cheat. but the following, from the pen of Parke Godwin, will illustrate the nature of the American Workers' enfranchisement ami libertv. An essential element in the calcula tion has been overlooked. Now that the agitation caused by the first onset of des truction has somewhat subsided, when to assume their regular matters bejjin places, it is found that individuals indeed enter upon the new race of life, with per fect freedom to ue themselves and their natural powers as they please; but upon what very different conditions have they entered ? They are free to run the same race, but on most unequal and disadvanta geous terms. The same course is open to all, but eaeh one, to continue our sport ing metaphor, carries different weights. Nay, they cannot be said to have been Started at the same starting place. Some were already provided with facilities to carry them swiftly and sure along their way, they had fortune, talents, educa tion, high and influential positions, and the accumulated experience of ages; others, and these are the most numerous, had none of these things; they had, nor fortune nor rank, nor talents developed by anterior education, none of the aids and spurs by which the more favored rise ; they are banithed to the outer borders of civilized existence, they welter in the lowest pools of corrupt and stagnant companionships "What must result in such a state of things, from that industrial liberty on which we reckoned so much from that famous doctrine of free trade, which was the peculiar glory of the new science of political economy, and which we fond I v thought the last best expression of the democratic theory ? What result ? Let facts answer the question! They will point us to the general subjection of the masses of the class without wealth, talent or educationto the class which is well provisioned and equipped ! The lists are open," say you, "all men are called to the combat, the terms are equal for all capacities." Hold! you have forgotten one thing! It is, that on this great field of battle, some are trained trailer, what sort of equality is this? What fight, what resistance even, ate we of the uiany-headed multitude to make? Your Absolute liberty is only an absolute aban donment of the unarmed and destitute masses to the charity of the well-fed ami well-armed Abolitionist. Your democra tic civilization, which began in aristocra tic feudal ism the progress of which has emancipated the working classes from direct and personal servitude only will end in a moneyed aristocracy, will lead to a collective and indirect servitude just as that from which we have been so lately relieved. " Guth," says Mr Carlyle, born-thrall of Cedric, the Saxon, has been greatly pitied by Dayasdust and others. Gurth with a brass collar round his neck tending Cedric's pins, in the glades of the wood, is not what I call an exemplar of human felicity; but Gurth, with the sky above him, with the free air and tinted boscage and umbrage around him, and in him the certainty of lodging and supper when he came home, Gurth to me seems happy in comparison with many a New York and NewEngland man of these days, not born-thrall of anybody .' Gurth's brass collar did not gall him; Cedric deserved to be his Master. The pigs were Cedric's, but Gurth too would get his parings of them. Gurth had the inexpressible satisfaction of feeling himself related indubitably, though in a rude brass collar way, to his fellow-mortals on this earth. lie had superiors, inferiors, or equals. Gurth is now " emancipated" long since ; has what we call "liberty." Liberty, 1 am told, is a divine thing. "Liberty when it becomes the liberty to die by starvation is not so divine" There is much in that fact, Mr Carlyle! At the lowest Market Prices, 40 Hhds. New Crop Molasses, 1200 sacks Salt, f000 bushels Alum Salt, J00O lbs. Cotton Yarn, Osn.iburgs and brown Sheetings. "With a general stock of articles in the Grocery line. JNO. D. WILLIAMS. ayetteville. Kcb. 23. 1850. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. The subscriber having taken the Establish ment of the lute A. C. Simpson, (situated oppo site W. Mclntvre's store,') intends carrying on the CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS in nil its rarious branches, and would respectful ly solicit a share of public patronage. Having had considerable experience in the business, and having been employed in some of the most extensive Establishments in New York and New Jersey, he flatters himself that he can give general satisfaction. He warrants all his work to be made of the best material the surrounding country affords, and by experienced workmen; and should any of it fail, either in material or vvorkmahship, in twelve months from the time of its delivery, he will repair it free of charge. OCJ- REPAIRING done in the neatest and best manner, and at the lowest possible prices. A. H. WHITFIELD. Fayetteville, Feb'y 23, IS50 574-tf. MERCHANTS' STEAMBOAT COMPANY. Fayctterille and "Wilmington. Steamers Wm. 15. ME A RES, ROWAN. Odd Fellow, Mike Cronly, Ben Berry, Ready Money. Lighters i k It This line of Boats is still in successful opera tion on the Cape Fear River, and continues to of fer as many facilities to the shipping public as any other line. Persons patronizing this line may rest assured that their Goods will be brought up with de spatch, and at the very lowest rates of freight . From the number and construction of their boats, this Company is, perhaps, prepared to bring more goods to the wharf on low water, thsn any other company. Packages should be marked " Care Merchants' Company, Wilmington," and to such agents in Fayetteville as shippers may prefer. All pack ages not specially marked to an agent in Fay etteville, will be promptly forwarded by the Agent of this company, at the usual rates E. J. LILLY, President. JOHN WADDILL, Jr., Agent at Fayetteville. JOHN BANKS. . , Agent at Wilmington. Fayetteville, Feb. 23, 1350. 574-tf N. B. The Agent at Fayetteville guarantees to the shippers by the Merchants' line, that but half rates shall be paid on drayge to warehouses on the wharf. J. WADDILL, Jr. Feb. 6 16 LINSEKU bbls. for sale by OIL., B. ROSE &. SON Osnaburgs, Sheetings, and cot ton yam, a constant supply at Factory prices, and in quantities to suit, lor sale by Fc&- 16- B. ROSE & SON. JOHN D. VlLUAMS7 COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT, Fayetteville, N. c. Feb, 23, 1S50. ' ' vJn,A.pi?Bt " ndsme notUMe notes, much better than the last, as thy give a chane at three Banks. TCr NEW GOODS. Wm. Mclntyre Has received and offers for sale a general assortment of GOODS. Cloths, Casslmeres, Sattinete. Kentucky Jeanf, Alpaccas. Detains. Irish Linen. Cotton Shirting. Sheeting. Bed Tick, flannels. Shawls. Handkerchiefs, Blankets, Gloren. Hosiery, Bonnets. Hats, Caps, Shoes; wall Paper, window Shades, wordway Paper; Oil Cloth for floors; wire Fenders with brass nobs: Whittmore, Cotton, and Wool Cards: Collins' Axes; window Ola."?; Seine Twine: cotton Bagging; Bale Rope; Spades; Trace Chains, fce. &.. KajetteviUo. Not. 3. lS-ll. 4 m. DENTISTRY. S. S. GILCHRIST, Dental Surgeon, respectfully informs the citizen of FayetteTille and Ticm ity, that he has taken an office in the Fayetteville Hotel, where he is prepared to perform all operations in his pro fession, and would be pleased to wait on all who may faTor him with a call. All work warranted. October 27, 1849. 557-tf $25 REWARD. A man by name Alexander Johnson broke and absconded from the Jail of Moore county on the lGth in?t. The subscriber will give a reward of twenty-five dollars for the apprehension and de livery of said Johnson to him at Carthage, Moore county, or fifteen dollars for his arrest and con finement in any jail in North Carolina where I can obtain possession of him again. Said John son i about 43 years of age, 6 feet high, round shoulders, light hair, and intemperate. He is well known in Moore and a portion of the upper i part of Cumberland county by the name of Big Fighting Alexander Johnson, and no doubt will range considerable in Cumberland, where game is plenty, as he is a great hunter. A. C. CURRY, Jailor. Sept. 29, IS 10. 533-tf NOTICE. THE MOST EXTENSIVE SHIRT ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES IS AT No. 179 Baltimore st., near Light, BALTIMORE, Md. IVhere 500 persons are employed, and a stock of 10GO dozen shirts always on hand. Merchants and others visiting Baltimore are invited to call and examine the largest and best stock of SHIRTS that has ever been "offered, con sisting of all sizes and qualities, for men and boys, which for style and workmanship cannot be surpassed. IVtore than usual efForts have been made to render the assortment complete and desirable in every respect. T. W BETTON. March 10, 1S49. ly FAYETTEVILLE MO TEX., FAYETTEVILLE, 3T. C. This building, the largest and handsomest Hotel in North Carolina, has been leased by the subscriber for a term of years, and is now open for the reception of travellers, visiters, and boarders. All the furniture and fixtures about the build ing are entirely new, having been purchased within the last mnth. The accommodations in all respects will be as good as can be found in the State. The single rooms are provided with ev ery necessary convenience ; and the double rooms for ladies and families, are large and fitted up with care. All the yillh;t.nt.i:il- anil 11 it-tia ifFX i . - .-.-.... Uliui UCU KJJf the market and the seasons, will be supplied at the tble The servants have been selected from among me ossi 10 oe oDtaiued ; :nd experienced host lers have charire of the st:ihlts. The bar is kept by a .gentleman of experience dnu couriesy, wno win turnisti an refreshments of the best quality required by travellers or others. The lessee, with some years experience in this vocation, win mane every exertion to give satis faction to the patrons of the House. ANN BROWN. May 5, 1349. 532-ly Taken up and committed to the Jail of Moore county. N. C, on the 124th of September, 1S49, a negro boy who calls his name EZEKIEL, and says that he belongs to James McKay of Brunswick county, N. C. Said negro is black, 5 feet 10 inches high. The owner of said negro is hereby notified to come forward, prove pro perty, pay charges, and take him away, or he will be dealt with as the law directs. Oct. 13, 1S19. A. C. CURRY, Jailor. 555-tf. HATS MID The Subscriber having resumed business at his old stand on the northeast corner of Market Square, is just receiving his Fall and Winter stock of the LATEST and MOST FASHION ABLE style of HATS. He has also a large assortment of his own man ufacturing, with a full supply of Military Caps. Also, a large assortment of Hat and Cap Trim mings, which he will keep continually on hand, and at prices to suit customers. DAVID GEE. GC I will pay the highest prices in cash for Fur Skins of eveiy kind, the ensuing winter. D. G. Fayetteville, Sept. 22, 1S49. tf MS MKT FOR SALE. . The Subscriber offers for.sale one of the most valuable tracts of land that has ever been offered to the public. The tract contains' 123 acres of pine, land, well adapted to the culture of corn,&c. There are on the land 26,000 turpentine boxes, 10,000 first year's, 13,000 second or third year's, and 3, 00 cut this year. There is also a new Saw and Grist Mill on the premises, and two good dwelling houses, with all necessary out houses, all nev and in good order. This land yields turpentine more abundantly than any I kaow of in Cumberland county. Last year I gathered, with two hands, 500 barrels. Those wishing to engage in the lumber and turpentine business, would do well to call on the snbscriber on the premises, six miles above Fay etteville, as I am determined to sell, and a bar gain may be had. I will convince any person of the fact who will give me a call. Terms accom- JURIES TTTTTts modating. Jan'y 26, 1S50. WILLIAM 570-tf R. BOLTON. BUSINESS AGENT. The undersigned will attend to such business a the procuring of discounts, renewal of Notes, procuring of northern Checks at either of the Banks in this place, and drawing of Pensions. He will also attend to the collection and estab lishment of Claims against the United States, for soldier's services in the Mexican war, or anv other business of that nature. He will also draw up any instrument of writing where a penman is required, and do any other writing whatever. Apply at the office of the Plank Road Com pany, under the Fayetteville Hotel. Refers to any of the merchants in Faj-etteville. JNO. M. ROSE. Sept. 8, 1S49. 530-tf NEW GOODS. TIN WARE, At Wholesale and Retail. F. T- WARD, will carry on the Tinning busi ness as hererofore, at the old stand, where he will promptly and faithfully ex cute all work in his line. Jobbing of all kinds done with despatch. F. T. WARD, Agt. Has just received by the late arr.V,i 'V o in, AmonS which are Superfine Cloths and Ca; Sattinets and Vestings, na' Superfine 6-4 Merinos! rted,. Ditto 6-4 Cashmeres, Ditto Muslin-de-Laines, Tarlton Plaid, Silk and Wool, Camelion Silk, Turk Satin, Brocade Silk, some splendid, 6-4 black and blue-black Bombazines Alpaccas, black and colored, ' Paris square and long Shawls, Tartan and othpr Shawls, very cheap, Ladies' Bobinet Capes, some splendid! Ditto Muslin, French, and others. 2000 pieces Calico, French, English, and Do mestic. 200 nieces 4-4 Gingham Best Anker and Eagle Bolting Cloths, from No 1 to 10, cheap. "o package Shoes. With many other goods, all of which were purchased by the package for cash, and xsiUbl orelail pn'C' b whlelal! November 17. isiy March 17, 1S49. J. M. WILLIAMS, Opposite Bank of Cape Fear,) Keeps constantly on hand, Brown, loaf, crushed, anil refined Sugar, Coffee, Sack and Alum Suit, Swedes and English Iron, Cut Nails, Trace Chains, Saddles. Bridles, and Collars, Window Glass, S x 10 and 10 x 12, Blacksmith. Tools in sets, -Castings, Hardware and Cutlery, Shoes. Hats and Caps. A varied assortment of Staple I R GOODS, Together with almost every article to be found in the market, suited to the demands of both town and countrv. The above Goods will be sold CHEAP for cash, or exchanged for country produce. Dec. 15. ISVJ. J. T. WATTS, The Town Corporation having passed an Ordi nance increasiug the prices of draynge in Ward No. 1 ; and believing such an ordinance unjust and iniquitous, and levied as a contribution, (for the benefit of a few interested wagon-holders,) ostofthe country merchants and town dealers who choose to store their heavy goods in ware houses near the wharves : We therefore take this method of informing persons interested, that we will not pay the rates of drayage established by the Boaru of Commissioners on the 14th inst.; and we hereby notify the owners of all wagons and drays, not to receive on their carriages any goods, wares, or merchandise for us or to our care, unless they are willing to receive such rates of compensation for the carriage of the same, as were established by custom previous to 1st January, 1S50 ; and we shall plead this notice as a bar to the recovery of all wagonage or drav age at a higher rate. . r J. & T. WADDILL. Fayetteville, Jan. 19, 1850. 56'J-tf At December Term of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland county, general Letters of Administration of the Estate of Alex ander C. Simpson, deceased, were granted for the Subscriber. All persons indebted to the Estate are notified to make on early payment. Those holding claims, are requested to present them to the Subscriber at this place J. G. SHEPHERD, Adm'r. Fayetteville, Dec. 15, 1SG9. 534-tf FRUIT TREES. THE ub(cribrr takes this method of informing the public that he has at bis Nureeriea one mil from Greens borougb,N C. in sight of the Salisbury road.alarzu quantity of FRUIT TREES, of most choice kinds of Summer, Fall, and Winter Fruits, consisting of Apples. Feacbes. Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, tc. Prices at the Nurseries, Apples. per hundred. $ 10 00 Peaches, ' ,2 M Apricots, 25 00 Plums. 25 00 iSectarinesf " qq All orders aud communications directed to the Proprie tor, pest paid, Urecusborough, will meet with prompt attention. -?7",,0rdTve5.,with. the Edito?SofIhe Observer! F.'y. etteville. will be forwarded. j December 1, 1849. 582-4m Dealer in FAMILY GROCERIES, Provisions El Grain, Market Square, Would call the attention of the purchasing public tobis assortment of Fresh Family Grocei ies. Provision. Liquors Gram, Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery. Glas? and hollow Ware; Hats, Shoes, wood Ware, Staple DRV GOODS &.c. Sic. November 3. 1S49 Corn Shelters. W- Mclntyre Has received and offers for sale. 5 Corn Shelters, two wheels, 2 Plank Itoad Ploughs. 6 Ploughs. No. li, large size. 230 No. 10U, ll.'i St Corn Ploujjha. Ploughshares. Lansides St Mole Boards. Dc. 22, 149. 4m XL. "XJT TTn T"ri i ft has turned the " 1'JttU-C bookbmding busi- wnere he will receive and execute binding in auy style de- A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER, jSNZ) Commission Merchant, To Colonels of Regiments. Ht thff ajf Af T.pffinUfnM nrifle . . . j - . ..i itio. it. was maae ine auty Of Colonels tO mvc KYEMF-ts linrlo,- h.f ... exemption. We haTe supplied several reriment. with blank certificates, and will keep a supply on hand at the Carolinian Office. 75 cents nor ,,J 1 iuaa. NEW GOOB. Our Fall and Winter Stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c., Has now come to hand and is ready for sale. Our stock is large, and well worthy the attention of those wishing to purchase. We wm barter for any kind of country fro- November3.l849. 553-tf CK TAYLOR TO CONTRACTORS. Office F. & W. P. R Co., Jaiv. 28, 1S00. THE FayettevKlj, nd Western Plank Road Company willba prepared to let out the construction of their Road to Contractors, from Lower Little Hirer to Carthace on the 20th day of February next, beginning at the RItb?, and let oct on the cRouTO-continuing from day to day. to Carthage. .uAn2.iafo;1l,lti?,, rC1"ird'ln by applicatio. at the offlce of the Company m FayetteTille. . j, .... F- COOPER, Engineer. February 2. 18a0. 571.44 CLARIFIED SUGAR. WM. McIJVTTYRE has received and offers for sale, 2 Hhds, Clarified Sugar, 15 Hhds. new crop Molasses, Feb. 16. 2m in eet and cheap. VERTICAL WATER WHEEL. There are spTpnl knn,i i r . 1 , . - .. . "-"vjicu ui inese w nee is in in operation in rirfrorn t . i ; - i Z vuu'"s in rs orin Ca rolina. For oroofof thpi .j . . 1 glen auiiiitdKe over the commou nutter wheel, or any other wheels now in use for saw mills, we confidently refer to FF"eu mem t their mills. We can recBmmend them particularly for their su wlter ,n CaSCS f 3 lW head Jf ater, or back H. iSLlVV k!,ep VuPP!y of Wheels, suitable for K v tadfwa.,W' at Wilmington, New Th. as.hin?ton. Edenton, and Fayetteville. The wheels may also be had of E. A. Brevard Lincolnton, and Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va Persons wishing to obtain the right to use'the jm I 'U I SCrVed on aPP"cation to D. NeiU & Co., Fajetteville.N. C. d. McNeill, A. A. McKETHAN. , D. J. Mc A LISTER January 19, 1S50. ,t,K- BUTTER! 4Q Firkins prime Gray, BatUr for sal. ty December 1, 1849. 4 GEo- MeNEILL. IOO Bbls. IRISIJ POTATOES Feb 2. Forsalebw J. k T. WADDILL. DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILLS. AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS ! ! THE ENVY OF ALL PILL MANUFACTURERS Because they are safer, better and more effica cious than any others; and becjuse the public will take no others if they can obtain thern. 500;000 Boxes have bt-en sold annually lor the last live years, YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE, can always take them with equal safety, without fear. IF PILLS BE NECESSARY for purging and clearing the Stomach and Bowels, and purifying the Blood and fluids of the body, take no others for no other pills produce those combined effects, or contain Sars t parilla in them EAT, DRINK AND LIVE AS USUAL, and pursue your usual occupation whilst tak ing them, without fear of taking cold, during ali kinds of weather. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS are wagered that more genuine certificates (from physicians, Clergymen, Members of Congress and respectable citizens) can be produced of their efficacy than of anv others, and TEN DOLLARS will be forfeited in every instance where One Box will not do more good than Two Boxes of any others. FORTY PILLS ARE IN A BOX!! and sold at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOX, with directions and much wholesome advice ac companying eacli box. They have no taste or unpleasant smell, Free from dust or power of any kind. Do not gripe the Stomach or Bowels, Produce no sickness, vomiting or bad feelinirs, THEY ARE GOOD AT ALL TIMES, And adapted to most diseases common to mankind. DR. N. B. LEfDY, THE PROPRIETOR AND MANUFACTURER, i a regular Druggist, Chemist and Physician, rf fifteen years experience in Philadelphia; Gra duate of the University of Pennsylvania; Mem ber of different Medical Institutions of Philadel phia, New York. Boston, Baltimore, &c, and .ioi iaie anu corresponding member of several Medical Institutions of London and Paris. Cd- Principal Depot, Dr. Leidy's Dispensary, No. Ill North FOURTH ST., Philadelphia and sold wholesale and retail bv S. J. Hinsd:.lp, Fayetteville; R. E. Williams, VVavnesboro; Wil liams &. Haywood. R.deish; F. Gallagher, Wash ington; and by all Druggist and Storekeepers in tne United States. November '21, 1SJ9. iv 1 00,000 Acres Valua ble TIMBER LAND FOR SALE. T he subscriber has purchased all tVe Lat.A belonging to Hie estate of Abram Dubois, decV lying principally in Robeson county and tt both sides of Lumber river, the dillVrcnt sui veys containing over ONE HUNDRED TITii" SAND ACRES; a large part hmly timbef and convenient to Lumber iier, whwic a Wi quantity of Timber is now rafted to the Ceorer town market. These lands :.re verv valuaul both for Timber and Turpentine, for which pur pose a large part is ell suited, being in a rc-ion where the Turpentine yields more abundant than any other sect ion of the Sti.te. The lands will be sold ;:t a lew price, ; nd in ouantitirs to suit purchasers. Information respecting the title can be obt in ed by applying to the Hon. Roheit Strare l" v Dobbin, Esq., A. A T. Smith, Esq., A ttormV ai I understand there rre many trcsT,sscrS n these lands, to ;, 1 otuhoin uolicf ,s ,e,ebv eiven hat the law w ,1! be enforced agaitibt all such ct' tenders. v-" Application . for any pnrt of tl,e li)mIs can b mac e to mvselt or t-, John WinsW, Es,., lQ will be duly .uthoi.zcd t ,Slkt. s.lc of th'e Si THOMAS J. CT RT1S Jan. 13, IS ID. tt -i-iu&. JOS. S. DUNN Is prepared to do nil kinds .fWheelwrihl work wagons, carts, drays, barrow,, piowg', &r t; the - most liberal trims, at hi, work-hop, corner otMum ord and Winslow stl,.,.ts. eP per, " deposed to patronize him will please call June lo, oJS-tf COSTUME HALL. Spring & t 11 mint r WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ON hand and for sale, the largest assort ment of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, at prices very much reduced. COATS. Coat of every variety, embracing all theltest styles, and of an improved cut and make, from 75cts. to 1, 2, 3, 1, 0, 6, 8, 10, and upwards. PANTALOONS. Pantaloons of all kinds, from 75 cts. to 1, l,f,0, 1,73, 2, 2,50, and alsoavery fashionable stvle the Lamartine stripe, as low as 3, 3,50, 4, "and upwards. " VESTS. Vests of every variety, comprising Silk, Satin, Cashmere, Marseilles, Valencia, from 50 ct 75 cts., $1, $2, -2,50. .3, and upwards. BOY'S CLOTHING. Always on hand the largest and best assortment ef Boy's Clothing ever offered in this citv. A splendid assortment, nf ri n nis! -.tj c SIMERES of the best make.to-ether w ith a lare and handsome variety of SILK and MARSEIL LES VESTINGS, which will be mdc up lo oker ... .u.iiuci , per cent less tlian the v.u?ioiiicu prices, ana in ail cases a neat beautiful fit guaranteed. AT COSTUME HALL. COAlTIMOREetan,i CeUtr Market H. II. COLE. CO-Attached to the above, is one of the lar gest and most extensive SHIRTS FACTORIES in the country, embracing every variety arid make, at prices which cannot tail to please any one wishing to purchase. (O- ONE PRICE ONLY! -CO MILES COSTIN, oi:;;hai. agkxt For the sale of all kinds of coun trv Produce, sucli as Lumber, Timber, Xaval Stores Coi-ji, Bncoii, &:c. &c WILMING'ION, N. C. Jitfci trices, P. K. Dickinson, O. G. Pnrdwv E P. 11,11 Ur. Thos H W,ight, Gilbert Potter. Owen Fennel!. John Dawson, A. L. Price, . , Wilmington, N. C. July 31, 1S4C. ly N. P. BORDEAU, Lumber and Timber ISSV KC'I OK, Attends promptly to idl business in his line, and so icits the countenance of his friends and all others engaged i.i the Timber and Lumber bui ness. WILMINGTON, N. C, July 21, 1S19. ly MARBLE F AGTORY. :C and NEW FIRM AND Arey c Shemwell Having associated themselves together in the mercant.le business, take this method of inform- ? H fne,lds aQd the public, that they have taken the stand formerly occupied by Mr H Itr2.V noyi-wet corner Market Square, Green S Winter reCfive? and Pen thi' ot winter goods, embracing almost every article usually kept ,n the DRY GOODS' linefScIudrng Sugar and Coft'ee, Indigo and Madder, Pepper, Spice, Spanish Brown, Starch, Saleratus, Cinnamon, Mace and Nutmegs, Saltpetre, Copperas, Alum, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, &c ; Shoes, Hats, Caps and Bonnets. They respectfully solicit their friend.' and the public to call and examine their goods, as they are determined to SELL LOW FOR CASH. Nev. 17, 1S49. y BLANKS Of all kinds for sale at this Office. Nearly opposite to E. W. Willkings Auction Mi?- FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Jan. 30, 15 19 v i f i 3 Cheap as possible ! I i The Subscribers having associated themselveJ together, would respectfully inform their friendJ and the public generally, that they carry on the Saddle and I!ariiess-in-kin? BUSIjYESS on Person street, at Owen Houston's old stand, where they would be glad to receive a share of public patronage. They keep constantly on hand Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Martingale Whips, &c, made of good materials and hy god workmen. Persons wishing anything in their Ii"e will please examine their articles before pur chasing elsewhere. Prices moderate. QCf- REPAIRING neatly executed and at short notice. O. HOUSTON, W. OVERVY. Aug. 11, 1849. ly. - INDEPENDENT AGENT. .All goods consigned to me (ter shipment) will be forwarded Kv ! r steamer, without regard ta lines, at house la the place ed to, . Dec. 8, 1949. 3m. a small commission as All orders promptlyatten WILLIAM BRANSOi ' WH.MIWGTOJT, N. C i S i