Newspaper Page Text
Tim IB BftDEOTHl CAfflKDILUKS AKf
PINDARIC. Order cf JSature. How varied are our taste ! Dime Nature's plan. AU for wis rfuom, since. the world began: Yes. yri. the good old Lady acted right; Had things been otherwise, like wolve and bears We all h d falPn together by trie O ie object bad produced so endless fight. Ifettles had strew'd Life path instead of roses, Arui multitudes of mortal faces Printed with histories of bloody noses, H-d.taken leave of absence vf the Graces. Kow interrepting not each other's line, You ride your hobby horse, and I r.J mine You presr the-hlueeyd Chloe to your arms. And I the black-ey'4 Sappho's browner charms. Thus situated in our different blisses. We squint not envious on-cb other's Itisaea. Yet are there some exceptions to this rule : " We meet with new and then a stubborn loci, Dragooning us into hispredilectivitis; As though there was no difference in afleCtiont, And that it was the Booby's firm belief. Pork cannot please because he doats on beefl Again how weak the way of some, and s id! One Mould suppose the man creation mad. Jri! tliis peer fellow, folly -drunk, he rambles. And fliiz.himself into misfortune's brambles, In lull pursuit of Happiness' treasure; When, with a little glance of circumspection, A muitard grain of sense a child's reflection; The fixl had coura'd the velvet lawa of Pleas ure. Idly he braves thesarge, and roaring gale; When Reason, if consulted, with a smile. Had tow'd through summer seas his silken sail, , And sav'd a dangerous and Herculean toil. Yes, ks I've somewhere said above, I find, That many a man has many a mind. Tlnur.T ftaf ririinVr,n5 J nctv ni jl With nrtt-iu'd neckcloth, without hat or wi. Reeling, and belching wisdom in one's face ! How hate Bully Uproar from my soul, Whom naught but whips ad prisons can con- troul, Yet altars rise to drunkenness and Riot How few to mild Sobriety and Quiet, Thou art my Goddess. Solfto.de to thee. Parent of dove-cy'd Peace, I bend the knee! O with what joy I roam thy calm retreat. Whence soars the lark amid the radient hour, Where many a varied ch;iste and fragrant flow'r Turns coyly from Rogue Zephyr's whisper sweet ! Blest Imp ! who wantons o'er thy wide domain, And kisses nil the beauties cf the plain : Where, happy, mid the ail enlivening ray, The insect nations spend the busy day, Wing the pure fields of air, and crawl the ground ; Where, idle none, the Jew-like myriads range. Just like the hebrews at high 'Change. Diffusing hum of Babel-notes around! Where Health so wild and gay, nifhbnsom bare, And rosy cheek, keen eve, and flowing hair. Trips with a smile the breezy scenes along, And pours the spirit of content in song! Thus tastes are various, as I've said before These damn most ccrdiullv, what those adore. N. King and A. McMillan Have entered into Copartnership in the distilling f turpentine, and hive erected a still on the west side of the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road, 8 miles from Fayetteville. N. KING, a. McMillan. May 9, 1S51. tf WANTED We wNh to bay 20,000 barrels Turpentine. KING & McMlLLAN. Arrival of New Goods. WM. McINTYUE ha received and offers for s de, Domortic and Imported DRY GOODS, Embracing mscy new vtylm of Oreog Goods, and along ist of solid goods for wcariD; appitrt-1. Alio. NwtyUBONNtT8. Falm-loaf. Leghorn, k China-pearl Hats, Ftshionablo tucI-tm . ana wool do. Fine and rtrang Shoes, A large lot of wall papvr, Tery pretty, Wiudow pupvr. assorted colors. Chimney cren. and bordrring paper, 4-4 and S--4 Oil Clotb. new patterns. 4-4 k S-4 white au4 col d Coor mattlsg Vmbrolla and Parasols. Whittnnwe ("o's wool snd eottos Cards. tlbty Point, April 28. 1851. Sta BANK OF FAYETTEVILLeT THE annual meeting of the stockholders ol the Bank f Favetttville, will take pluce in the Hotel Hall , on the 19th l v of M a v next , at 13 o'clock, M. A general attendanre is lefjiieKted. W.M. G. BROADFOOT, CHshier. April 19, 1S51. W4-td Great Attraction ! GREAT BARGAINS TO BE HAD! ROME FOR SALE! THE Copartnership tf HALL, SACKETT &. CO., will expire ly its wn limitation on the 21st June nest; and in order to w inl up it at- lairs as a.otj as possible, we will seil u.i very aavanrageuus terms me Entire Stock of Goads, Which is eery general and oi" greater variety than any other in the County, at reduced prices we a Ho ofier the STOiiE now occupied bv us and the PLANTATION attached, with til' its appurtenances, containing 250 acres, 30 ot which . are under a ("md board fence, and known as ROME, which i one of the most dsirable Busi ness Stands in the county, bein; located on the li. isr sine ot t he Cape rear Kiver, and opposite iu town oi c ayeiieviue. ts C. Mall and l.AI. Sackett sre authorized to settle the afjairs of the concern andt:eilthe property. Those wishing to purchase Gouds or Property at a bruain, will- please give us a call, u UKMl J&AKUA1IVS can Ue had. HALL, SACKETT & CO. N a. Those indebted to us will see the ne. cessity of making immedi ate payment; as longer imminence cannot oe given. H., S. &. CO Rme. Miy 3, 1851. 636-tf FOR SALE, lfcOWJ lbs Bacoo, sides and cbooUors. so hbi. No. l Hsrrimc. 0 bhd. MeLuu,. O0 ssfk lrerpool 4o. T. 8. LCTTEXtOIL AprllS.lMi CM-8t 200 X-aborers wanted. (COLORED PRF-FEKRED, At 81 per djy. Also, 50 CARPENTEf? . $1 50: to work on the Cape Fear River hetw Haywood and Fayetteville. Constant employ" xnent and payment every thirte davs in Cash Apply at Smiley's Falls. Silver Run.'and JoMi Falls. . McCOLLOUGH &. CO. May 3. 1S5I. G36-tf W. P. Mallett & H. A. McSwain iJd'SnTri th"lin the practice of ,irv ces to ,nJ3Urg"rV' .Cer thie Profession,! services to the comromwtv. One or the..thP .,f them may be found .t .if times 7t Seir office when not professionally Called off 'April 30. 136,. U' M. , COMMON SCHOOLS. Office of the literary Board, ) RAX.EXOB, April 30, ISM. The President and Directors of the Literary Fund hare resolved to distribute among the sev eral Counties in the State, the sums mentioned in the following Schedule in part of the nett in- J the ,0jjport of Common Schools ; the sum to be paid at tne i reasurj department upon the ap. plication of persons properly authorized to re ceire the same. In making out this Schedule the Board have lanen me census of 1S50. as published in the newspapers, not having been able to get, in time, a strictly official statement of the population. Should the table prove in anv reaoeet in.pcnrt. u uwtu u correct u in me rail Distri.u- tl-Q. The Counties of Madison and Jackson trill reive their portion of the distribution from the Counties from which thev were t-n.rf r . - - W v W. . w . ..... n. ? . W. m n . ctficio Pr7. ir. Board. Fe. Pop. 2 0.215 a. 023 10.7S3 S.547 11,717 10,209 S.033 5.9.12 12.325 0,919 8.033 5.S33 5.178 6.Q2 12. 8,235 lrt.020 5.3S5 9,64 5,307 12,307 17.72i 6.29S 6.703 ii,io: 6J27 14,231 13,72(3 9,510 10,634 5.S79 17,6-U 5.33S 13,465 7,315 13,012 GsSt 6.Q44 G.6I1 7,032 13,075 1 1 ,985 3,9il 6.1S1 6J37 7,279 5.740 1 1 ,720 6,19 S.551 0.169 9,034 14,299 10.70 7.065 15,024 7,709 G.02S 6.S33 10,743 15.603 7,935 12.317 11.079 12,322 17,793 1-2,22 6,539 11,613 6,377 4,537 9,264 21,147 10,390 4.770 11.62 3.34S 11.479 7.997 Am't. Dis 612 90 soi es 645 93 512 82 703 02 612 54 431 93 357 12 739 50 415 14 520 OS 350 13 310 53 373 6$ 730 OS 494 10 961 20 323 10 SSI 04 318 42 733 42 1.063 3S 377 76 402 43 666 5i 419 62 S54 01 623 56 570 60 633 04 412 74 l.O-'H 04 320 23 1,107 99 Alamance, Alexander, Anson, Ashe, Beaufort, Eertie, BUden, Brunswick, Buncombe, Burke, Cabarrus, Caldwell, Camden, Carteret, Caswell, Cataw ba, Chatham, Chowan, Cleveland, Columbus, Craven, Cumhei lind, Currituck, Cherokee, Duplin, Davie, Da vidson, Edgecombe, Franklin, Forsyth, Gates, Granville, Greene, Guildford, Gaston, HalifdX, Hjytvood, Hertford, Hyde, Henderson. Iredell, J ickson, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, Lincoln, Madison, Martin, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Moore, Macon, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Omlvv, Orange. Pasquotank, Perquimons, Person, Pitt, R-indolph, Richmond, Rowan, Robeson, Rockingham, Rutherford, Sunptfon, Stokes, Snrry, Stanlv, Tyrrell, Union, Wake, Warren, Washington, Wilkes, Wat-uiga, Wayne, Yancy, 433 60 7S0 72 16 413 393 396 64 84 421 92 734 50 713 10 239 46 370 63 416 22 436 314 703 371 513 370 542 857 613 423 901 462 361 529 641 903 476 739 664 74 40 56 76 0C 14 04 94 60 90 44 43 6S 93 53 96 16 02 74 739 32 1,067 53 733 63 512 34 695 76 3S2 62 272 22 555 64 1,263 82 623 40 2S6 20 G9S 52 200 S3 633 74 479 S2 45,274 14 637-2t F. & W. Plank Road Office, I May 1, 1851- Books of subscription for ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS increase of the Capital Stock of the Fayetteville &. Western Plank Road Co, will be opened on the 20th day of May, and remain open for the space of thirty days at the following pl-ices, and und?r the direction of tke following persons, viz: At Faetteville, under the direction of the President and Directors. At Crthge, uider the direction of Hi Samuel c. IJiuce, Cel. John Morison &. R. Kellv. Angus At Ashbnio. under the direction of Hu"h Mci ain. Jonathan Worth &. A H. Marsh. At Normal College, under the direction of B Craven. Jno S. Brown and Daniel W. Crabb. At Jamestown, under the direction of Geo. C Mendenhall. Dr. S. G. Cofin and Jona. W. Field! At Slem, under the direction of Francis Fries, Cha. E. Shober, Thos J. Wilson, Geo F. WiUon and Dirlus H. Starbnck At Mount Airy, under the direction of Allen Denny, Robert S. Gilmer and Job Woith. At Lexington, under the direction of H R Dusenbury. Alfred G. Foster, W. R.Holt, Jno Mibry and Jno VV Thomas. At Mocksville, under the direction of Samuel Bingham, G. A. Miller and Dr. Wm. II. Beatty. At Sfatesville, undei the direction of Thos H. McRorie, Jos. B. Stockton and J."S. Mc Cubbins. At Salisbury, tinder the direction of D. A. Divis, Jno. I. Shaver, Jos. F. Chambers and Calvin S. Brown. At Deep River, under the i)irit;nnnrrk Chalmers. Wm. Watson, P.G.Evans, Root. A. Stuart and L. J Haughton. At Summerville. under the direction of S. Colton, John W. McKav and Ale n Mr ,n At Greensboro, under the -di Sloan. Lyndon SwatQj and Jesse H. Lindsay ir is proposed Dy the Board ef Dir.ctor f this Company, that all subscription ,A. . ummerville shall be used onlv in contrnrtir,o- branch from a point on the "main line, to h selected by the stockholders, to Summerville. That fir all subscriptions made on Deen Civr the amount to b solely applied to bi ildino-s branch from the ci3in stem to a point to be select ed by the subscribers on Deep River. inai ail suoscripttons made at Greenahnrn. shall be applied only in building a branch to ureensooro. That, all the subscriptions On th main 1 i rim from a point common to both Salem and Lexing ton to the Virginia line be applied solely to , . : . - """" oiera Vl aiem, liethania and Tk i'i' to the VlR'"a line. Kacn branch i uuirn mc chll$ " in work of the whole Hrk. Partlc'P' n the profits By order of the Bord of Directors! Countersigned. ' Clerk. EW'O. LEE WINSLOW. Prw't. M.yisai: wt J. E. BRYAN HAS REMOVED to Hardie's Building, en Person street, second door from Market Square, and is now receiving direct from New York, a Urge assortment of : WBW GOODS, Carefully selected to suit the wants of tiie peo ple ol this community. His stock consists of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. Lidies' dress Goods, a variety, 25 Cases Boots and Shoes. Ladies' nd Misses' Gaiters, half Gaiter. Boots and half Hm.ta nfi HnT.nJiflernt atvleS. I Gentlemen's finest Calf Boots, enamelled Con gress Boots, &c. A large lot of ready-made Clothing, Coats, Coatees and Frocks, from $1 to $12, Pants and Vests of every variety. Fur, Silk, Panama, Leghorn and Straw Hats, cf latest fast ions, Alboni. white chip, French hair lace, white crape, and other Bonnets, Misses' lace and assorted crape Bonnet, Ste. Hardware, pocket and table Cutlery, Trunks, Umbrelbs, Baskets, Buckets, Pail, Brooms, Mats, Sec. Saddles, Bridles, Whips and Collars, Blacksmiths' Tools, Iron, Steel and Nails. GROCERIES. 25 bags Rio and Laguira Coffee, 10 boxes cheap Tobacco, Crushed, loaf, clarified, and brown Sugars, Salt, Molasses. &c. 2000 medium priced Cigars, French Brandy. Madeira and Port Wine, and Monongaheia Whiskey. To all of which he would invite the attention of ouyei-s generally aud his triends and custom ers particulirly. fayetteville, March 22, 1551. 630-tt IMPORTANT INVENTION. THE subscriber having bought the right for this county, of Waitman Davis Patent Self Setter for Saw Mills, gives notice that he is now pre pared to Manufacture aud put in successful operation this machine. He claims the following advantages over the old mode of Sawing : First One hand can tend the mill and saw as much Lumber in one day as two hands can ac complish. Second By a peculiararrangementof the dogs it will saw one fifth more lumber from the same stock. Third The Mill i not stopped until theloe is sawed up. After the log is once dog'd the do;s are not moved, and the Lumber is of one uniform thickness. One of these machines can be seen in operation at Mr McLauchlia's Mill in this town, who gives it the following recom mendation. H. G. MALL, Fayetteville Foundr A Model can be seen at the Favetteville Foundry. March 15, 1S51. 629-tf Fayetteville, March 11, 1S51. I hereby certify that I hive one of W. Davis improvements on Saw Mills in use on my mill, and so well convinced am I of its utility, that in my opinion it requires only to be introduced to be put in general use by mill owners. I therefore cheerfully recommend its use to all Saw Mill owners who would regard their own interest. ARCH'D. McLAUCHLIN. Spring and Summer GOODS1851. J. T. COUNCIL & CAIN Are now receiving a large stock of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in part of Striped gro de Paris, black and colored silks ; embroidered, printed and black barage and bar-age-d'laine: Paris do.; chene crape de Paris; rich embroidered tailetons; printed French lawns ; embroidered and printed Swiss muslins; Hoyl's and printed orsrandie; mourning printed, polka and fancy lawns: mourning and other gin-hams; jaconet and Swiss muslins; silk Si. linen poplins; salad col'd lawns; bishop and Swiss do.; grass & other skirts: linen cambric handkerchiefs; needle worked collars and cuffs; lace undersleeves ; French needle-worked chemisetts; t'dncy mitts and kid gloves of all kinds; splendid bonnet and other ribbon,; edging and inserting; French and English prints, together with a large supply of other articles suitable for l.idie' wear. French cassimeres; plain, linen and linen drill checked linen, ilk, Marseilles, and other vest ings; cashmerette; drab d'ete; York nankeens; silk handkerchiefs and cravats; brown &. bleach ed !heetins and shirtings; a good assortment of embroidered window curtains, some very fi.ie. READY-MADE CLOTHING: Coats, pants; satin, silk, Marseilles and other vests a large supply of each"." A large lot of umbrellas, and fine silk and satin parasols, assorted kinds. Beaver, fur, silk, Leghorn and straw HATS; also, a aood supply of boy's hts. White chip. French hair lace, and other bon nets; childi en's fine pearl hats, bonnets and fiats, wreaths and flowers. BOOTS AND SHOES. Fine calf sew ed boots; patent leatner brogms: cloth and buck congress g titers; Oxford ties: pa tent leather do.; ladies' blick and col'd silk gait ers, a fine article; different kinds of misses,' shoes andgiiters; ladies' dippers and walking shoes; with a large supply of heavy shes for servants. Saddles, bridles, coll .rs, padded harues. and wagon and hug-y whips. Crockery, hardware, cutlery, and hollow-ware. OROCERIKS. Rio and Laguira cofiee; crushed, cl :rified. loaf and brown sugar ; s.-lt, molasses, iron, nails. Prin-ipe segrs. French brandy, gin ; Port, Ma deira, sweet and ecuppernong wines; together with a great variety of goods of nearly every de scription, ail of which thev are determined to sen very low for cash, or on very accommodating terms to punctual customers. We would be gl;id if buyers generally would call andmia. ..... stock. t Fayetteville, April 5, 1S51. State of tf. Carolina Cumberland County. Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessionf March Term, 1S51. Thos. J. Johnson &. Co. versus John B. Wright. Attachment Levied on 110 acres of Land. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that thedfendant, John Beck Wright, hath re moved beyond the limitsof this State, it is there fore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolinian for six successive fying him to be and appear before the Justices of ",lnJP?nrtuf Plea ani Carter Sessions, to be held for the county of Cumberland, at the Court House, m Fayettevjlle.cn the first Moadav in June next, then and there to replevy and plead, or judgment final will be entered up against him. and the land levied on condemned to tne satisfaction of the plaintiff's claim Witness. John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at oflice in Fayetteville, the first Monday in March, A. D. 1S51. J J. McLAUKIN. pr adr $3 25 634-6t Cl BACOPJ. WM. McINTYRE offers for sale, 97000 Lbs BACON. hoc rooad, 7 bbls. prune LARD, t ALSO, W Bbls. Macksrsl, 10 . do . BsrriBs;, 20 aoxas sealed sad ssMted Bexstw, 16 bbls aew crop New Orlesne Mnlsss - ' Liberty Point, April M SSi-Xt Jj&S. G. SUITE, AND HAIR DRESSER, PAYETTEV1LLE, If. C, Still serves the public in the above line, at his shop in the Fayetteville Hotel. WANTED, an intelligent boy as an apprentice to the above business. July 20, 1S50. y - ' Still continues to carry on the CARRIAGE BUSINESS I n ail its branches, at the OLD STAND. He re turns thanks for the liberal patronage he has heretofore received, and hopes, by a strict atten tion to business and a desire to give entire satis faction, to merit a continuance of the same. He has on hand a very fine assortment of Carriages, Barouches, Buggies, Rockaways, AM) SUIKlIUS. finished, and a very large assortment of work partly finished, which, tor elegance of shape and finish, will compare w ith any other work. Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and examine the work, as he is determined to sell low for cash, or notes on short time. (JCf All work warranted fr twelve months, and repaired free of charge, should it fail by bad workmanship or matei lal. Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, on very reasonable terms. January 19, 1850. NEW KQQIS7 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 worth v the atten tion of t hose wishing to purchase. GC3- We produce. . will barter for any kind of country COOK & GOJ-tf TAYLOR. Aug. 31, 1S50. MARBLE FACTORY. STB 80), Eb&W&gim Nearly opposite to E. W. Willkings Auction Store. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Jan. 30, 1S49 v E N C 0 U It A G E Soutliern Meclianics. The subscribers respectfully announce to the citizens of Fayetteville and the mrra ndin" country, that they have commenced the " Cariinc Making Business, at the old st;ind, formerly occupied by mpson & McLiuchlin, (one door below A. A. Mc Kethan's,) where they are now prepared to manu fjcture to order all kinds of" HIDING VEHI CLES, from a Sulkcy or Buy, to a nine passen ger Coach; which, for style and durabihtv. shall not be surpassed by any establishment in the place. They hope by a strict attention to business, and a desiie to pie: se :j!1 who may favor them with a call, to merit a share of the public pat ronage. 63- REPAIRING neatly executed at short notice, and at lower prices than any other estab lishment in the place. THOMAS V. WHITE. JUNIUS B. R A ISO TEA U. Fayetteville, Feb 22. IS 51 tf PILOT MOUNTAIN. SUM HKll U ETftEAT. THIS GRAND CURIOSITY is situated in Surry .county, to miles west of the Stokes and Surry line, and near the main road leading from Germanton and S.il-m to Rock ford, 13 miles from Germanton and 25 miles from Rock ford. Th- Pilot Mount-in House, miles from the pinn..cle, h.is been newly fitted up for the ap. proachine se.ison, and no expense or attention ui or p.irecj 10 render enjoyment to visiters who may be pleased to seek health or plessure at the Pilot Mountain. One mile from the house is a fine mineral spring, and a good carriage rotd leading to it. i ne escejino. me pinnacle has been rendered perfectly safe, and comparative! v ensy, by ladders made for the purpose. The view from this point is the grandest spectacle in North Carolina, if not in the whole southern country, being a hue shaft run up lSOO feet into the blueetherial arch from a comparatively level surrounding surface' and embracing the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, from the peaks of Otto to the north SO miles, to the Table Rock in South C-roIina. 100 miles, including within the range Paris' Mountain Spartanburg district, and both peaks of King's Mountain in York District The large number of visiters to" this grand curiosity has greatly increased within a few years, and the subscriber can assure the public that all who come shall enjoy themselves so far as de pend, upon him. The number of visifers during the last season, a. shown by the register, waf between three and four hundred. A good Guide to canJnrt . . objects, will always be in attendance. Travellers passing over the Blue Ridge, by Mount Airy w.ll W but little in time or dis tance, by calling at Pilot fountain House .Ti! I1vthe ?ir' the excellence of the water, and the beaotif,,! scenerv. never fail, to invigorate the enervated and the invalid, and to make robust the man of health. ' l 1 he plank road from Fayetteville west I? f tke montain, and if extended will Ira"; UeruTtrthi9 9Qtf,a &Slh! Jf- ":"arly wy to the mountain. ".VfVry ?.te, as he wishes to Mmi.... l . . -- ""AM IO 1 ; .iiVhir.:." ;fe r the state to Ti.it this one of thei, gr7n;.T.TtTes WM. GILLAM Pilot Mountain. April 15, 1851. OJft-tf I KcrorrrirciisiSs. i THE Steamer Chatham will leave this place every.Monday and Thursday at 7 o'clock: A. M. wiMwaa oi o ciock & at o resent. I commencint: i et 7 o'clock Monday 10th inst. Time of leaving wumingion, every Tuesday and Friday at o'clock P. M. . , JNO. D. WILLIAMS. Agent Cape Fear Steamboat Co. Fayetteville, March 8, 1S51. 62S-tf SO bsnsls sUked, tor sale by H. BRANSON St SON. JOS. S. DUNN Is prepared to do all kinds of Wheelwright work wagons, carts, drays, barrows, plows, 4cc, on the most liberal terms, at his workshop, corner of Mum ford and Winslow streets, where persons disposed to patronize him will please call. June 16, 1S49. 538-tf ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. HOUSTON & 0VERBY Saddle, Trunk fc Ha mess-makers, South side Person st., 5 doors east of Cape Fear Bank, Respectfully return their thanks to their friends and the public generally, for the iinerai snare ot patronage thev have received, and hope oy steady application and strict attention to business. Still to merit a runt innnra -es-arsaeiadji v of the same. In addition to their former stock, thev have jut received from Baltimore and New York, a new supply of Saddlery, Hardware, Skirting nd Harness Leather, hog and heep Skins, Saddle Bass, Carpet do., hog-akin horse and mule Col lars, Port Folios and hand-Trunks. They have now on hand, and still continue to manufacture, ladies and gentlemen's Saddles, boys do., bridles and martingales; silver, brass, and Japan mount ed carriage Harness ; do. buggy and sulky do.; Pope &. Frazier's self-adjusting Pad-Trees; with a good assortment of Wnips nf every description. We invite our friends and the public to call and examine our work before purchasing elsewhere, as we will sell the above-named articles as low as they can be bought in any establishment in this place. Having had 2Syearsexpeiience in the business, we flatter ourselves with the hope that we can give satisfaction to our customers. All work done by us warranted for any reasonable lencfh of time. Ocf- Prompt attention paid to repairing saddles, bridles, harness, Sec. Sept. H, 1550. y SlOO REWARD. We w ill give S100 reward for a netjro man named HANNIBAL, if delivered to os at Halifax Court House, Va., or $50 reward if secured in jaii in Fayetteville, or any other jail, so that we get him again. The saio negro man Hannibal is about five feet high, rather a brown complexion. He has a scar over one of his eyes, and has one or two of his front teet h out. About 2$ years of age. We will give the above reward to anv per son who will secure the said negro so that we get him again. POINDEXTER & EDMONDSON. Sept. 14, 1S50. C03-tf CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. The subscriber having taken the Establish. ment ot the late A C. S i 111 rwnn cilu .t,. s tnlV MT.. - --r - v., u "jjpo- -""ucssioTe.nnicnds rarrvingon the CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS in all its various branches, and would respectful ly solicit a share of public patronage Having had considerable experience in the tuV: a". h?vin Unemployed in some of the most extensive Establishments in Nt w York ad New Jersey, he flatters himself that he can give general satisfaction. best materilthe ,..urroii4in1r country aflords. i t r -7 - w ni'.krae; and should anv of it a l.e.tl.er in material or workmanship," in twelve months from the time of its delivery, he will repair it free of charge m REpA""NG done i.the neatest ad best manner, and at the lowest possible price- REGULAR LINE. ChItSS-J "u Steamboat Company's Steamer " j run re-nUrlv between Wil- m.ngton and Fayetteville, commencing on M Mond v L ! F-3etle-.lle every Alond .y ami Thursday at o'clock, a m ar.d arr,vg at Wilmington same eveng passengers Kn,g north an opport unitv ' to take the cars next morning at u o'clock. Aud leave Wilmington onTucdays and Fridave. at 2 oclk p. m.. giving passengers by the cars, which ar rive at Wilmington at J o'clock dailv . tanity to taJu, the Boat toFuVr BoTteion Tow ion witb thJ cLtham, Si.r Xr'pl a week, as circumstances may require P . 1. ocisuieis may re v unon th the above arrangement. It is hoped that lhe necessary expenses to be incurred by , fa . ar rangement will be rewarded by an increased VJ" ronage; otherwise, a loss will probably Je " tamed by the Company, which will lead to a d s continuance of regular time of running JNO. D. WILLIAMS, Agent rvf;n. t , JLpe ar Steamboat Co. Fayetteville, Jan'y 25, 1S50. 622-tf E. S. H011BS. Commission 3YJerchant AND FORWARDING AGENT, And Dealer in Groceries, March 8. 1651 v rSif,Cp,?..HI,,ory r yortti -ai Ollna. I he undersigned has been appointed General Agent for Col J. H. Wheeler in the 7th Congressional District, and wishes to appoint sub-agents in each of the counties of Kobeson. Columbos, Bladen, Brunswick, fe Hanover. Sampson j Duplin, and Onslow,. Znd asks that annlicatinna h muAf to him imm:.. r. . .- . . 'j:tM.Y,jJ!:A9'i price will be one Dollar per; volume, and consist '"5 iwo volumes. jourr m: rose April?, 1351. eastf GREAT ATTRACTION doming, , Olothina BETTER ANn ruti)rt' r, , . O" EVER puntmcu who may oe in and cheap Clothing, would find it to th-;i e0tl Ml In. 3 uiuiaKc iu uuil ua me Deiore DUrrho.: before Danfi.i J B.eat w.mw, mm unc jub rciuruca from the nn , cities with an entire new, splendid 1 , ern stock of READY-MADE CLOTHlNr r ing of every variety of Coats, Vests , f1' loons, furnishing goods, domestic drv. - Ptnta caps, boots and shoes, trunks, vali !, bants, walking canes, umbrellas, &c. kn carPet t I I 1 , w-v.. v...yjr aino, a large assortment of h, ma, Regalia, and Principe Segars, of tV vana favorite brands. Also, fine cut A" t smoking looacco oi u peri or quality i a will be disposed of at wholesale on vervr Ch ve,7 later. able terms. 1 am grateful for past encouragement of wuaiviiici'i uou BoUCii a continujnPp the same: and all who mav t-w.,.. . ., "e f fiiends to trade at my establishment a.,t . J upon their being dealt with fairly and honXr4 and receiving for their money its full eouival.' ePa. and I pledge myself to use all honorZ. en,i to five satisfaction anil fla,.u t . "Ieng I ro v patrons. Call at mv MtsMi.k.. aence cf a n.l - GEORGE Havtw 8f South I South side Hit i(ic " 1 March 29, 1S51.' CANDLES! CANDLES! The subscriber having purchased ti e F-u ettewlle Candle Factory . i.prepwed'to J, .1 h oest cane es, and solicits the patiuoage of the . having tallow to mould A. M- CAMTLELL 611-tf Nov. 9, 1S50. A. M. CAMP B ELL AUCTlONEliK, ' AND Commission. 3Icrchaiit, FAYET TKVILLK, N. C. VERTICAL WATER WHEEL. There arc several bundled of tliuae wl tela ja in operation in different counties in NuihC rohua. For proof of their gi eat advantage c"CI the common flutter wheel, or anv otl ci wlcs, now m use for saw milU, we confident lv icier u, those who have applied them t their mills t can recommend them pajiicularlv for lpe"irtll. penonty in cases of a low head of'water.or Lie' water. We still keep a supply of Wheels, suitable f,r v i i v x ii v urnus t.)j Vizier- ?I IV i i ti- . nrn isse,inn-- i j . r i ef teiile. i ai c it iiri'iH 1 1 1 v n . - r . w i.. a. i.iiicouuon, anu Uriah Wells, Petcrsbur r i - . . ' . 'a. , eiWiis inning to odtain fhc rinht to u..e the wheels, will be served on application to D. HJC. Neill iCo.,rajctteville,N. C. I). IvIcNEILL. A. A. McKETII 19,15.50. " Januar v Fayetteville Fayetteville, jv. This large -and splendid building ha now f-rrn in successful operation since Ms.v 154') 7 ,K beddmgand furnitui e of all kind i"s all nt'v u: d the rooms convenient ai:d pleasant. ' The table is always furnished with the best the maiiict affords, aided by a fine vccetubls garden. 6 Boarders, lodger, and trtvellers, w ill find deir. able accornniOdations, and attentive servants o pains will he spared to give entire satisfaction f amines cat, be provided w ith lajKc, airy lr -nt double rooms, conveniently ai.d hwidstnd,' lurnislied. 3 An experience of 90 . . . "in riiiiim; ll,e ;opts,io givegeueral satisfartif.n Jnnel.lMO. AK BR0WIf- rAV- W-.M-AKDIE carries on the J Pi rJ I'" ,Luf''"f cond storvof Mr ceivV ani? J,r: 6fo, here heVill ,e cnmlexecute binding in anv M!e desiied. PROVISION STORE. iMtlfVHV A: PHILIPS (3 doors west ofthr T,,t rsn.- v Inform their friends and the mibhV u i. h:ve opened a ifi'je where they intend to in the Wagon Yard rr,V, keen a coriitnnf ov. . GHOCKRIES AM) -KATAB1.es oi xne rest qu;.l,tv, which thev for Ctish, or bajter. will sell che:p THOS. r, SA ML. H. MURPHY. A. PHILIPS. ' eo-y i. ltZ1. t he n o w l i a a SALOON, OR T. N Pijv ALLEY. !1 JJecember 21 I&50 017-v.y I-IVEKY STABLE. Thi e snbsenber inf. keeps HORSES and VEHICLES hU .Sd prepaied to ..um.sh conveyances to neighborly towns and villages. Hi, stock is Kood, and dri? vers careful. ,e will also board horses at mod erate prices. Apply to ' iniM - J- W. POWERS. Agt. f ?h;b7sMP'.iy.0d 8Ur'Ply f GROCEKir's Mr A few Boarders can be ac- commodated, with or without ' lneirin u plving to - - " si, t m r Oct. ID, ISoO. v. I'UVVEKS. tf MERCHANTS' LINE. oher many facilities to the shippinr public. persons patronizing this Line, may rest as. sured that their Goods will be brought up with dispatch, and at the verv lowest rates of freight A. W. STEEL, President. T. S. LUTTERLOH, . Agent at Fayettevil. Feb 22, 1S51 626-tf J toTthe EsteborM1VVnrR ?U8lifid " E"entor March Te?m iS?4r,eHe1ritt A C-mpbell. at Ouster .?IL1M,;f tfc Coort of Pleas and , Cumberland coontr. hereby mVk-mmUeISOn' indbi "id 'Estate t.. mage immediate navmen. 9nj . i-:. timTntrJ? lT. ? Pwn them-within the DldKb'dXIaw or hi notice will be Pleaded in bar of their recovery. Mab 10. 185,. M r J0S. Executor. FOR SAIsEr One set saw mill grin, ;ineldioa; an excel lent lor chain and crank. Apply to Arril 5. 632-tf . n rr U. Vl JONES. mm la 1 1 hRf c. Sca.