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Written for the Wilmington Journal. Washington City, D. C, Maj 4. Mr -Editor During -my-journeying through Virginia and other Southern State, 1 have had opportunities for ascertaining the results or guano on different soil in various locations. It would see in that, to use "uano now would not be an experi ment, as in almost, indeed 1 may say in every county where is evinced a spirit of agricultural improvement, it has been tested, and unlike theew broom" that loses its qualities by using, the longer it is used the more satisfactory are its results. The high price at which it was held last fall, frightened some out of the use of it who were advocates for it, while others who paid $60 per ton confidently believe the investment equal to 50 per cent. Experiments have been made on most of the crops grown in the Eastern and Mid dle States. The better to test its utility on wheat, spaces have been left with ho guano. There is now no difficulty in ascertain ing exactly where those spaces are, as the wheat that was guanoed is more luxuriant and much in advance of that on the spaces which exhibit but utile verdure. A few week since, in company with Am brose Ford, of Cumberland county, Va-, 1 visited a wheat field of his upon which an experiment as above had been made. The difference between the spaces and the guanoed wheat was very visible, sufficien tly so to elicit the enquiry, why those barren places ? Mr Ford estimates the products of the guanoed wheat at 1 1 bushels, and the spaces at 3 bushels per acre- Guano has been so extensively and thoroughly tested, that we may suppose its character as a fertilizer fully establish ed and appreciated. And et there , are those who ate skeptical on the subject, for whose benefit I give the results uf a few of the experiments that have recently fal len under my observation. Gen. Gordon, of Albemarle county, Va., last year tested its importance on corn by applying 200 lbs. per acre to 3 measured acre: another measured acre adjoining had none. 'Die manner of cultivation was the same the field over. Result: the one acre 7h bushels, the three acres JJ7A bushels per "acre. Gain by the use of guano, 30 bushels of corn per acre. The General also made, an experiment on wheat last fall, which is worthy of note. A portion of his field was nearly new, never having had but two crops on it ; the balance was a field that, by bad culture, had become exhausted-1 Guano was ap lied upon the old ground upon the new lie supposed none was needed, but the wheat upon the old field evidences that a little guano applied to the new ground would have been profitable, as the guanoed promises a other. much larger harvel than the 1 n I Col. Andrew Joy ner, near Weldon, N. C., has made a very successful experiment upon wheat. The portion guanoed is some weeks in advance of that not guauued, and promises a much better yield. Lewis Hailey, Fairfield' county, Va., says guano increased his crop ol corn and stalks last year three fold more than fish ottals, which has been considered the best manure lor corn within the farmer's reach. Yours truly, A. SHERMAN. Love of Lifk. Whata native clinging of mankind to this poor lite there must be, what an inextinguishable sweetness in the mere lace uf existence, or at least what a dread of the hour of dissolution, when mil lions of human beings, placed in circum stances which many of their fellow-creatures regard as insullerably wretched, yet pursue their weary journey faithfully to its natural end, lirudinnir to lose the smallest inch! Watch a poor old man in rags slowly dragging himself along in a mean street, as if every step were a pain. His life has been one of toil and hardship, and now he may be wifeles. friendless, and a beggar. What makes that man hold on any longer to existence at all? Is it any remnant of positive pleasure he s-till contrives to extiact from it the pleasure of talking twaddle to people who will listen to him, of looking about him at children playing, of peeling into doors and entries as he passes ; is it fear and a calculation of chances, or is it the mere imbecility of habit? Who can tell? JVorth linliah Review. Mount Vksuvius. It is said that a project is on loot at Naples to extinguish the fires of Mount Vesuvius, that have been burning for thousands of years I The plan is to diir a trench or canal from the sea to the crater, the bottom of the grand one be ing several thousand feet below the level of the sea. The expense will not exceed 5S2,OUl).O0O, and the Sands thus to be re claimed will be worth ten times that amount Mirror. Immigration to Liberia. The Mary land Colonization Journal confirms the rumors that have been in circulation of a large party of free colored persons in Bal timore tnaking preparations to emigrate to Liberia on or about the 1st of July. The Hev. Jacob Moore, the founder, and for some years the paster, of ile colored Methodist Episcopal Church in Howard street, is the leader in the movement, which embraces twentyhve respectable and industrious families, numbering fullv one hundred net sons. Baltimore Sun At Cincinnati on Friday last a carpenter named Ezra O'Hara was'' shut dead by a roan named Warwick, from Lexington, (Kentucky.) On the same day, Mrs. Manson, widow of the late br. Alanson, entered the law office of John M. Wilson, and deliberately fired a double barrelled pistol twice at him. The balls fortunately missed him She fainted . immediately afterwards, and was taken away insensible. Sailing under Water. The Pans Journal of Debates slates that a new species of vessel destined it is expected to solve thereat oroblem of sub-marine navi gation, has been constructed in the estab lishment of M. Cruesot. This vessel will proceed from Cruesot's establishment, thro' Paris to Calais, by sea with the aid of its machinery, which is similar to that of propellers. Id going out of the port of Calais it will plunge under water, and reappear a few hours afterwards before Dover. Thence it will gain the Thames, which it will ascend to London, where it will figure at the exhibition, among the most interesting productions of French industry and genius. To TELL TI1K M'MRF.K THAT ANY PBS'.SOM shall think of Hid the party double the number which they have fixed on in their mind; which done, bid them multiply the amount by 5 at d give the pro duct (which they will never refuse to do, it being so far above the number thought.) from which, if you cut oft the last figure of the product (which will always be a cipher, the number lett will be that first thought upon. As for example, let the number thought on be 26, which doubled, make 52; that multiplied by 5, produce 260; then if you take away the cipher, which is in the last place, there will remain 26, the number thought on. .More persons fall out right road to heaven than end of their journey. concerning the ever set to the F. & AV. Plank Road Office, May I, 1851- ) Books of subscription for ONE HUNDRED niOUSAND DOLLARS increase of the Capital Stock of the Fayetteville &. Western Plank Road Co, will be opened on the 2Uth day ot JYiay, and ipm;,in oDen for the space of thirty days at the following places, and under the direction of the following persons, viz: At Fayetteville, under the direction of the President and Directors. At Carthage, under the direction of Dr Samuel C. Bruce, Col. John Morisoti & Angus R. Kelly. At Ashboro, under the direction of Hugh McCain, Jonathan Worth &A. H. Marsh. At Normal College, under the direction of C. Craven, Jno S. Drown and Daniel W. Crabb. At Jamestown, under the direction of Geo. C. Mendenhall, Dr. S. G. Collin and Jona. W. Field. At Salem, tinder the direction of Francis I Fries, Chas. E. Shober, Thus J. Wilson, Geo F. Wilson and Darius H. Starbuck. At Mount Airy, under the direction of Allen Denny, Robtrt S. Gilmer and Job Worth. At Lexington, under the direction of H. R. Dusenbury, Alfred G. Foster, W. R.Holt, J no Mabry and Jtio W Thomas. At Mocksville, u;ider the direction of Samuel Bingham, G. A. Miller and Dr. Win. IJ. Beatty. At Statesville, under the direction ofThos. II. McRorie, Jos. B. Stockton and J. S. ile Cubbi ns. At Salisbury, under the direction of D. A. Davis, Jno. I. Shaver, Jos. F. Chambers and Calvin S. Brown. Uee? "iver"rer v n n t a Chalmers, Wm. Watson, P. G. Evans, Robt. A. Stuart and L. J. llaughton. At Summerville, under the direction of Rev. S. Colton, John W. McKay and Alex. D. McLean. At Greensboro, under the direction of James Sloan, Lvndon Svvaim and Jesse H. Lindsay It is proposed by the Board of Directors of this Company, that all subscriptions made at Summerville shall be used only in constructing a branch from a point on the main line, to be selected by the stockholders, to Summerville. That for all subscriptions made on Deep River the amount to be solely applied to bi.ilding a branch from the main stem to a point to be select d by the subscribers on Deep River. That all subscriptions made at Greensboro, shall be applied only in building a branch to Greensboro. That, all the subscriptions on the main line, from a point common to both Salem and Lexins ton to the Virginia line be applied solely to building the main stem via Salem, Bethania and Mount Airv to the Virginia line. That all the subscriptions made west of the point common to both Salem and Lexington, be applied to building the branch designed to go to Lexington, Mocksville, and thence to Statesville Each branch to, become part of the main work and each stock holder to participate in the profits ol the whole work. By order of the Board of Directors. JNO. M. ROSE, Clerk. Countersigned, EW'D. LEE WINSLOW, Pres't. May 3, 1851. 03G-4t N. King and A. McMillan Have entered into Copartnership in the distilling of turpentine, and have erected a still on the west side of the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road, S miles from Fayetteville. N. KING, a. McMillan. May9, 1S51. tf WANT Gl). We wish to buy 20,000 barrels Turpentine. KING & McMlLLAN. Arrival of New Goods. WM. BlcINTYKE has received and offers for sale, Domestic and import? DRY GOODS, Embracing many ucw MylfS of Drers Goods, and along ist of solid goods for wcarinar apparel. Also. ZView stylo bu.: si s . Talm-leaf. Leghorn. Si China-pearl Hats, Fashionable mole-skin Si fine wool do. Vint and strong Shoes, A larpe lot of wall paper, very pretty, Window paper, assorted colors. Chimney screen, nnd bordering paper, 4-4 and 8-4 Oil Cloth, new patterns. 4-4 & 5-4 white and col'd floor matting, Umbrellas and Parasols. VVhittemore & fo's wool and cotton Cards. Liberty Point. April -'6, 1S51. 3m Great Attraction! GREAT BARGAINS TO BE HAD! ROME FOR SALE ! THE Copartnership of HALL, SACKETT & CO., will expire by its own limitation on the 21st June next; and in order to wind up its af fairs as sson as possible, we will sell on very advantageous terms the Entire Stock of Goods, Which is very general and of greater variety than any other in the County, at reduced prices. We also offer the STORE now occupied by us and the PLANTATION attached, with all its appurtenances, containing 250 acres, 60 of which are under a good board fence, and known a3 ROME, which is one of the most desirable Busi ness Stands in the countv, being located on the East side of the Cape Fear River, and opposite the Town of Fayetteville. . E?,' ?u11 d-T M- Sackett are authorized to settle the afiairs of the concern and sell the property. Those wwhing to purchase Goods or Property at a bargain, will please sue us a call as GREAT BARGAINS can be had HALL, SACKETT &. CO. N. B. Those indebted to us will see the ne cessity of making immediate payment; as longer indulgence cannot be given. H., S. & CO. . Rome, May 3, IS3I. ' 636-tf J. E. BRYAN HAS REMOVED to Hardie's Building -on Person street,second door froin'Market Square, and is now receiving direct from New York, a large assortment of NEW GOODS, Carefully selected to suit the wants of the peo ple of this community. His stock consists ot STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Ladies' dress Goods, a variety, 25 cases Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Misses Gaiters, half Gaiters, Boots a iir n r - Amen different styles. Gentlemen's finest Calf Boots, enamelled Con gress Boots, &x. A large lot of ready-made Clothing, CoatsT Coatees and Frocks, from $1$ to $Ji. Pants and Vests of every variety. Fur, Silk, Panama, Leghorn and Straix Hats, of latest fashions, . , , .. Alboni. white chip, French hair lace, white crape, and other Bonnets, Misses' lace and assorted crape Bonnets, &c. Hardware, pocket and table Cutlery, Trunks, Umbrellas, Baskets, Buckets, Pail-, Brooms, Mats, &c. Saddles, Bridles, Whips and Collars Blacksmiths' Tools, Iron, Steel and Nails. GROCERIES. 2.-( bags Rio and Laguira Coffee, 10 boxes cheap Tobacco, Crushed, loaf, clarified, and brown Sugars, Salt, Molasses, &.c. -000 medium priced Cigars, " French Brandy, Madeira and Port Wine, and Monongahela Whiskey. To all of which he would invite the attention of nuyers generally and his friends and custom ers particularly. Fayetteville.'xMarch 22, 1S51. 630-tf IMPORTANT INVENTION. THE subscriber having . bought the right for this county, of Waitman Dav is' Patent Self Setter for Saw Mills, gives notice that he is now pre pared to Manufacture and put in successful operation this machine. lie 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 peculiar arrangement of the dogs it will saw one fifth more lumber from the same stock. Third The Mill is not stopped until the log is pawed up. After the log is once dog'd the dogs are not moved, and the Lumber is of one uniform thickness. One ol these machines can be seen in operation at Mr McLauchlin's Mill in this town, who gives it the following recom mendation. H. G. HALL, Fayetteville Foundry. A Model can be seen at the Fayetteville Foundrv. March 13, 1831. 629-tf Fayetteville, March 11,1851. I hereby certify that! have 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 Sw Mill owners who would regard their own interest. arch'd. Mclaughlin. Spring and Summer GOODS-4851. J. T. COUNCIL & CAIN Are now receiving a large stock of Spring and Summer Goods, consisting in part of Striped sro de Paris, black and colored silks; embroidered, printed and black barnge and b.n- age-d'lame; Paris do.; chene crape de Fans; rich embroidered tarletons; printed French lawns ; embroidered and printed Swiss muslins; Hoyl's and printed organdie; mourning printed, polka and fancy lawns; mourning and other ginghams; jaconet and Swiss muslins; silk & linen 'poplins; salad col'd lawns; bishop and Swiss do.; grass &. otherskirts; linen cambric handkerchiefs; needle worked collars and culls; lace undersleeves ; French needle-worked c.hemisetts; fancy mitts and kid gloves of all kinds ; splendid bonnet and other ribbons; edging and inserting; trench ai English prints, together with a large supply of other articles suitable for ladies' wear. French cassimeres; plain linen and linen drill checked linen, silk, Marseilles, and other vest ings; cashmerette; drab d'ete; York nankeens ; silk handkerchiefs and cravats; brown & bleach ed sheetings and shirtings; a good assortment of embroidered window curtains, some very fine. READY-MADE CLOTHING: Coats, pants ; satin, silk, Marseilles and other vests a large supply of each. A large lot ot umbrellas, and fine silk and satin parasols, assorted kinds. Beaver, fur, silk, Leghorn and straw HATS; also, a sood supply of boy's hats. White chip, French hair lace, and other bon nets ; children's fine pearl hats, bonnets and flats, wreaths and flowers. BOOTS AND SHOES. Fine calf sewed boots; patent leatner brogans; cloth and buck congress goiters; Oxford ties; pa tent leather do.; ladies' black and col'd silk gait ers, a fine article; different kinds of misses' shoes and gaiters ; ladies' slippers and walking shoes ; with a large supply of heavy shes for servants. Saddles, bridles, collars, padded hames, and wagon and buggy whips. Crockery, hardware, cutlery, and hollow-ware. GROCERIES. Rio and Laguira coffee; crushed, clarified, loaf and brown sugars ; salt, molasses, iron, nails, Principe segars. French brandy, gin ; Port, Ma deira, sweet and scuppernong wines; together with a great variety of goods of nearly every'de scription, all of which they are determined to sell very low for cash, or on very accommodating j terms to punctual customers. We would be glad if buyers generally would call and examine our stock. Fayetteville, April 5, 1S51. State of X. Carolina Cumberland County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions March Term, 1S51. Thos. J. Johnson & Co. versus John B. Wright. Attachment Levied on 110 acres of Land. It appearing to the satisfacti-m of the Court that the defendant, John Beck Wright, hath re moved beyond the limits of this State, it is there fore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolinian for six successive weeks, noti fying him to be and appear before the Justices of oar next Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to be held for the county of Cumberland, at the Court House, in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in June next, then and there to replevy anil plead, or judgment final will be entered up against him, and the land levied on condemned to the satisfaction of the plaintiff's claim. Witness. John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at office in Fayetteville, the Sxst Monday in March, A. D. 1551. J. McLAURIN. pr adv $3 25 634-Gt LARD & BACOJXT. WM. McINTYRE offers for sale, 2T,000 Lbs BACON, hog round, 7 bbU. prime LARD, ALSO, - SS BbU. Mackerel, ' 10 do Herring. o . 10 boxea scaled and smoked Herring, 15 bbl nw crop New Orleans Molasses. Liberty Point, April 20. 63tf AND HAIR DRESSER, frAVETTEVILIjliJ, N. C9 Still serves the public in the above line, at his Shin tlie Fayetteville Hotel. WANTED, an intelligent boy as an apprentice to the above business. July 20, 1350. y A. A. McKETHAN Still eontinues to carry on the CARRIAGE BUSINESS in 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 continuaace of the same. He has on hand a very fine assortment of Carriages, Barouches, Buggies, Rockaways, AND SULKIES, finished, and a very large assortment of work partly finished, which, for elegance of shape and finish, will compare with any other work. Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and examine the work, as he is determined to sell low tor cash, or notes on short time. fjC- All work warranted for twelve months, and repaired free of charge, should it fail by bad workmanship or matei ial. fcCf- Repairing faithfully executed at short no tic, on very reasonable terms. January 19, 1S50. "NEW GOOBS- 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 atten tion of t hose wishing to purchase. We will barter for any kind of country produce.. COOK & TAYLOR. Aug. 31, 1S50. f0i-tf MARBLE FACTORY. Neariv opposite to E. W. Willkings' Auction Store' FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Jan. 30, is 10 v ENCOURAGE Southern BSeclianics. The subscribers respectfully announce to the citizens of Fayetteville and the mrn ndiug country, that they have commenced the Carriage Making Business, at the old stand, formerly occupied by S mpson & McLauchlin, (one door below A. A. Mc Kethan's,) where they are now prepared to manu facture to order all kinds of HIDING VEHI CLES, from a Sulkeyor Bugy, to a nine passen ger Coach; which, for style and durability, shall not be surpassed by any establishment in the place. They hope by a strict attention to business, and a desire lo please nil who may favor Mieni with a call, to merit a share of the public pat ronage. CC3- REPAIRING neatly executed at short notice, and at lower prices than any other estab lishment in the place. THOMAS V. WHITE, JUNIUS J. RAHOTEAU. Fayetteville, Feb 22, 1S.11 tf PILOT MOUNTAIN. SUMMER KETREAT. THIS GRAND CURIOSITY is situated in Surry county, tv o miles west of the Stokes and Surry line, and near the main road leading from Germanton and Slem to Rockford, is miles from Germanton and -2.3 miles from Rockford. The Pilot Mountain House, 1 miles from the pinnacle, has been newly fitted up for the ap proaching season, and no expense or attention will be spared to render enjoyment to visiters who may be pleased to seek health or pleasure at the Pilot Mountain. One mile from the house is a fine mineral spring, and a good carriage ro-ad lending to it. The ascent to the pinnacle has been rendered perfectly safe, and comparatively easy, 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 huge shaft run up 1S00 feet into the blueetherial arch, from a comparatively level surrounding surface, and embracing the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, trom the peaks of Otto to the north SO miles, to the Table Rock in South Carolina, 100 miles, including within the range Paris' Mountain, Spartanburg district, and both peaks oi tving s iviouniain in YoiK District. The large number of visiters to this rand 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 pends upon him. The number of visiters during the last season, as shown by the register, was between three and four hundred. A good Guide to conduct visiters up the pin nacle, and to point out the different and distant objects, will always be in attendance. travellers passing over the Blue Ridge, by n C . A Ml 1 a . - - - iMuuni --iry, win lose out lime in tune or di tance, by calling at Pilot Mountain House. i ne parity ot the air, tne excellence of the water, and the beautiful scenery, never fail tn invigorate the er.ervated and the invalid, and to uaie roousi ine man i neaun. M. , , - T", - . ... tnepiariK roau iroin r ayetienJle west (now completed to Carthage) will go to Salem, within 25 miles of the mountain, and if extended, will prooaoiy go wnnin a mile of it. Sixty miles of ib uc touificiru mis summer, onnin"- the traveller nearly half way to the mountain mis prices are very moderate as he wishes to encourage and induce the people of the State to visit this one of tbeir grandest curiosities r, , "J: ; - . WM. GILLAM."- Pilot Mountain, April 13, 151. G35-tf THE Steamer. Chatham xwill leave this place every Monday and Thursday, at 7 o'clock A. M., (instead of 9 o'clock as at present,) commencing at 7 o'clock Monday 10th inat. Time of leaving Wilmington, every Tuesday and riaay aw o'clock P. M. JNO. D. WILLIAMS, Agent Cape Fear Steamboat Co. Fayetteville, March 8, 1651. 623-tf 50 barrels sUked. for sale by H. BRANSON SON. JOS. S. DUNN Is prepared to do all kinds of Wheelwright work wagons, carts, drays, barrows, plows, &c, on the roost liberal terms, at his workshop, corner ofMumford and Winslow streets, where persons disposed to patronize him will please call. June 16, 1349. 538-tf ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. HOUSTON & 0VERBY Saddle, Trunk & Harness-makers, South side Person 5 doors east of Cape Fear Bank, Respectfully return their thanks to their friends and the public generally, for the liberal share of patronage they have received, and hope by steady application and strict attention to business, still to merit a continuance caojvIV9 ot the same. In addition to their former stock, they have just received from Baltimore and New York, a new supply of Saddlery, Hardware, Skirting and Harness Leather, hog and sheep Skins, Saddle Bags, Carpet do. , hog-skin horse andmuleCol 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 martinir-.tles; silver, br:tss, and Japan mount ed carriage Harness ; do. buggy and sulky do.; Pope &Frazier's sels'-ndjusting Pad-Trees; with a good assortment of Whips of every description. We invite our friends and the public to call and examine our work before purchasing elsewhere, as we will sell the ab-ive-nuined articles as low as they can be bought in any establishment in this place. Having had 28 years experience 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 length of time. ()tf- Prompt uttention paid to repairing saddles, bridles, harness, &.c. Sept. 11, lboO. y SlOO HEWAltl), We will give .$.100 reward for a negro man named HANNIBAL, if delivered t us at Halifax Court House, Va., or &"() reward if secured in jail in Fayetteville, or any other jail, so that we get him again. The suio 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 teeth out. About 2S years of age. We will give the ;ibove reward to any per son who will secure the said negro so that we get him again. POIND F.XTER & EDMONDSON. Sept. 14, lb-30. u0:j-tf CARRIAGE! MANUFACTORY. The subscriber having taken the Establish ment of th late A. C. Simpson, (situaN d oppo site W. Mclntyre's store,) intends eai rying on the CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING in all its various branches, and would respectful ly solicit a share of public patronage. Having had considerable experience in the business, and having been employed in some ol the most extensive Establishments in New York and New Jersey, he flatters himself that he can give gener-1 satisfaction. He warrants all his work to be made nfthe best material the surrounding country a fiords, and by experienced workmen; and should any of itfail, either in material or workmahship, in twelve months fr om the time of its delivery, he will repair it free of charge. 8d-REPAIRING done in the neatest and best manner, and at the lowest possible prices. A. H. WHITFIELD. Fayetteville, Feb'v 23, 1S51 574-tf REGULAR LINE. The Cape Fear Steamboat Company's Steamer CHATHAM will run regularly between Wil mington and Fayetteville, commencing on Mon day the '27th instant leaving Fayetteville every Monday and Thursday at U o'clock, a. m., and arriving at Wilmington same evening: givin passengers going north an opportunity to take the cars next morning at 0 o'clock. And leave Wilmington on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 2 o'clk, p.m., giving passengers by the cars, which ar rive at Wilmington at 1 o'clock, daily, an oppor tunity to take the Ptoat to Fayetteville The Steamer GOV. GRAHAM, with the Tow Boats belonging to the line, will run in connex ion with the Chatham, making one or more trips a week, as circumstances may require. Passengers and freighters "may rely upon the the above arrangement. It is hoped that the necessary expenses to be incurred by this ar rangement will be rewarded by an increased pat ronage; otherwise, a loss will probably be sus tained by the Company, which will lead to a dis continuance of regular time of running JNO. D. WlLLlAMSrAgent . . . ' cPe Fear Steamboat Co. Fayetteville, Jan'y -25, 1550. 622-tf E. S. HOKBS, Commission Merchant AND FORWARDING AGENT, Ana Dealer in Groceries, FAYKTTEVILLK. N. C. March 8, 1551 y Wheeler's History of North Carolina. The undersigned has been appointed General Agent for Col J. H. Wheeler in the 7th Congressional District, and wishes to appoint sub-agents tin each of the counties of Robeson. Columbus, Bladen, Brunswick, Neir Hanover, Sampson, Duplin and Onslow," and asks that applications be made to him immediate ly. Tbe Work goes to press in August, and the price will be one Dollar per volume, and consist ing of two volumes. JOHN M. ROSE. April 5, 18-31. 632-tf GREAT ATTUACTION I Clothing, Clothing. BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN v' EVER . All eentlemen who mv k : - . ,r. m want oi eooa and cheap Clothing, Would find it to their at advantage to call on me before purchasing else wnere, as 1 have just returned from the northern cities with an entire new, splendid, and lar stock of READY-MADE CLOTHIN G , consist ing of every variety of Coats, Vests, and Panta loons, furnishing goods, domestic dry goods, hats caps, boots and shoes, trunks, valises, carpet bags, walking canes, umbrellas, &c. &c. Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Ha vana, Regalia, and Principe Segars, of the most favorite brands. Also, tine cut chewing and smoking Tobacco of superior quality, which will be disposed of at wholesale on' very favor, able terms. 1 am grateful for past encouragement of re former customers, and solicit a continuance of the same; and all who may recommend their fiiends to trade at my establishment, can depend upon their being dealt with fairly and honestly, and receiving for their money its full equivalent and I pledge myself to use all honorable means' to give satisfaction and deserve the confidence of my patrons. Call at my establishment and see for yourself. GEORGE BRANDT, South side Hay stret-t, opposite H.Bransou k. Son March 29,1851. 3m CANDLES! CANDLES! The subscriber having purchased the "Fay etteville Candle Factory ," is prepared to mould best candles, and solicits the putruui.-je of those having tallow to mould A. M. 61-l-tf CAMPBELL. Nov. 9, IS.jO. A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER, J1ND Commission Afe reliant, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. VERTICAL WATER WHEEL. There are several bundled of thee wheels in in operation in diflerent counties in Niith Ca rolina. For proof of their great :d vant-. jze vet the common nut ter w heel, or any other whet-lj now in use for saw mills, we confidently itlu lo those who have applied them tw their mills. We can recommend them particularly lor ll-.eir su periority in cases of a low hed ol watt r,or baik water. We still keep a supply of Wheels, suili.Uv f, r diflerent heads of water, at Wilmington, bern, Washington, Edentn, and i-lt-iljp. The wheels may also be hud of E. A lii vaii, Lincoln ton, and Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va. Persons wishing to obtain the right lo nsr the wheels, will be served on application to J. Ed Neill &. Co., Fayetteville. N. C. IJ. McNEH.L, A. A. AlcKETHAX, January 10, 1S.30. . Fayetteville JFayettcvillc, A1. C. This, large and splendid building ha? now brcn in successful operation since Ivlay JMl. 'Hp bedding and fmiiituie of iill kind is all iitw.-oiid the rooms c onvenient ;:nd pleasant. The table is alwsiys furnished with theVrst the market a lords, aided by a line vegetiiblr garden. Boarders, lodgtrs, and travellers, w ill find desir able accommodations,, and attentive servants, fo pains will be Kpured to give entire satisfaction. Families ran be provided with large, airy Jrt vK double rooms, conveniently and liandiiittl I'u rnished. An experience of 20 years will eiu.Ue f it lessee, she hopes, to givegenei al satisfactir n. ANN JiKOWK. June 1 , JSfiO. SCOZSIliTDBET. R. W. II A R DIE carries on the Bookbinding business in the second storv of Mr J. At. Heasley's Jewelry store, w here he'wiil re ceive and execute binding in any style desiitd. P RO VjSIONJST ORE. 3JURPIJV A: PHILIPS (3 doors west of the Post Cffice,) Inform their friends and the public that tl7 have opened a Store in the Wagon Yard row , where they inttnd to keep a constant supply ! GKOCKKIKS AM) KATABLES of the best ju;.lity, which they will sell chewp for Cash, or barter. THOS. R. MURPHY, . . , . S A ML. A. PHILIPS. Feb y 1, lb;l. GS.J-y T II R BOWL1 N a SALOON, OR TEN PIN ALLEY, Is open for the amusement and exercise of all gentlemen who iV-el disposed to take a game December 2 J,")0 17-wy LIVERY STABLE. The subscriber informs the public that he keeps HORSES and VEHICLES for hire, audi prepared to lurmsh conveyances to neighboring towns and villages. His stock is good, and dri vers caretul. He will also board horses at num erate prices. Apply to J. W. POWERS, Agt., Who also keeps a good supply of GROCERIES of the best quality. A few Boarders can be nc- commodated, with or without lodging, bv ap plying to j vv- powers. Oct. 19, 1S50. tf MERCHANTS' LINE. This line of Roats is still in successful opera tion on the Cape Fear River, and continue to oiler many facilities to the shipping public. Persons patronizing this Line, may. rest as sured that their Goods will be brought up with dispatch, and at the very lowest rates of freight. A. W. STEEL, President. T. S. LUTTERLOH, Agent at Fayetteville. Feb 22, 1851 G2G-tf The subscriber having: qualified as Executor to the Estate of Mrs Henrietta A. Campbell, at March Terra, 1S51, of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland county, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Estate to make immediate payment; and all having claims against the same to present them within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will b pleaded in bar of their recovery. M. V. JONES, Executor. March 10, 1S51. FOR SALE, One set saw mill gearing, including an excel lent log chain and crank. Apply to April 5. 632-tf M. V. JONES. a a ' KaS'lif "ft"