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TO MISS M. C. L. Oh : I will smile more brightly now, That none my love may see: And school my heart and burning brow That throb alone for thee. The depth of love within my soul. I would not have thee k-now, - -. -Had words but power to control What cheek ar.d eye will -show. And I will learn to speak of thee In friendship's kindly tone, That 'mid the thoughtless and the free My deep love be not known. But when 1 raise my heart above, To ask of God in prayer, Blessings on those I fondly love. Thy name is whispered there. Still will I greet thee with a smile, And school this heart of mine, I would not have thee know the while How wholly I am thine. ORAN. KEEP THE HEART AS LIGHT AS YOU CAN. We have always enough to bear, We have always something to do, We have never to ask for cre When we have the world to get through .' But what, though adversity test The courage and vigor of man, They get through misfortune the best Who keep the heart light as they can. If you shake not the load from the mind, Our energy's sure to be gone; We must wrestle with care, or we'll find Two loads are I?ss easy than one ! To sit i n disconsolate mood Is a poor and profitless plan ! The true heart is never subdued. If we keep it as light as we cn. There's nothing that Sorrow can yield, Excepting a harvest of pain; Fur better to seek Fortune's field, And till it, and plow it again! The weight that Exertion can move, The gloora that Decision can span, The manhood within us but prove ! Then keep the heart as light as you can. IS ASK. STOCK. FOR SALE. On the 22d day of June, IS52, at the Court Ifoose door, in the City of Raleigh, I will sell to the highest bidder 10 shares of Stock in the Bank of the State, 45 shares of Stock in the Bank of Cape Pear, 121 shares of Stock in the Bank of Fayetteville. The July Dividends to belong to me and not to the purchaser. Terms of sale six months credit with bond and approved security. The purchaser, however, inaj pay the cash if he chooses, and the interest lor six months will be discounted. PASCHAL B. BURT, .frfmV of James Battle, dec' J. June 10, 1S52. G'Jl-2t FAKE REDUCED, BY THROUGH TICKET TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. Ila Bay Line to Baltimore and thence by Rail road and Steamboats to Philadelphia and JVew York. Through tickets from Norfolk to Philadelphia $,G.50 Do Uo do Norfolk to New York, 8,50 Passengers and their baggage are transported from depot to depot free of charge, through the different cities. SCHEDULE. Leave Norfolk and Portsmouth daily (Sunday's excepted) at G P. M. Leave Baltimore at SJ A. M. Leave Philadelphia at 2 P. M., and arrive in New York at 6 P., M., making 24 hours from Norfolk to New York. RETURNING. Leave New York at S and 9 o'clock, A. M. Leave Philadelphia at 2 P. M. Leave Baltimore at 7 P. Al., arriving in Nor folk at S o'clock, A. U. Passengers will perceive that this is the most comfortable and pleasant schedule ever run be tween Norfolk and the Eastern cities, losir no sles, and passing through the cities in day light, with the privilege of stoppings day in each city. For through tickets and further information, apply oi board the Bav boats, of FERGUSON' &. MILHADO, Agents, Norf.dk. E. N. PETERSON, Agent, VVeldon, N. C. N. B. Passengers from New York to Nor folk get their through tickets at the olhcf of the New Jersey Railroad Company, foot of Liberty street, at all hours of the d iv, of R. ii. DEAN, Agent. Passengers from Philadelphia to Norfolk will get their through tickets at any of the Philadel phia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Com panies June 12, 1657. 691-3m CUMBERLAND ACADEMY. The Presbytery of Fayetteville, having trans ferred their risht of property in this Institution to certain individuals as proprietors, these pro prietors have determined to place the Institu tion in the most favorable condition to render it useful and to secure its respectability. As one of the measures to accomplish this object, they have authorized the immediate purchase of a Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus of large extent, and the purchase of such specimens as may be requisite for illustrating the principles of Mineralogy and Geology. They intend to make the Institution such as shall furnish a suit able place for an education suited to the times. A g-'iod classical school will be always sustained; and connected with the course of study there will he at different times familiar lectures on the several branches of Natural Science The sum mer session will commence on the first day of July, and will continue five months. Terras of tuition as heretofore. Board in good families in the neighborhood can ahvavs be obtained. June 5, IS 52 693-31 Saddle and Harness Manufactory. The Subscriber respectfully informs his cus tomers and the public generally, that he still continues tp carry on the Saddle and Harness making business at the third door east of the Cape Fear Bank, where he has now on hand and is regularly manufacturing Saddles, Bridles and Harness of every description and quality, ton-ether with every other article usually kept in his line Repairing neatly done and promptly at tended to. All persons indebted to him by note or ac June , 1332 tf WIS W. LEVY. A few lrnlflSavrels suiipiinv F,mily FLOUR, just ground, for 8a1eb? i01 June 1 0 tli, li'j-i. JN- D- WILLIAMS. LOST OR STOLEN, My Pocket Book, containing no money, but notes, receipts, and several other papers. I presume it was lost either in Fayetteville, or between that place and Luinberton. If any per son should find it, he will be liberally rewarded by returning the same to me. ' , . D. W. ROGERS. Lumberton, N. C, June 5, 1852. G93-3t WATCHES AND JEWELRY, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL. J. M. BEASLEY Would respectfully in form the public generally that he has recently re turned from New York If V- '1irf w i rh dec i d ed 1 y a ver v 1 arge f'r "g&ls lot of WATCHES" AND yu2m 'JEWELRY. . f.lanv ot "the Watches were bought by the pack age for Cash, and can therefore be sold very low. He has watchps of all kinds: chains, keys and seals of all the latest styles; finger rings, ear rings; madalians of all sizes, both English and American make;- ladies chatelains; collar and sleeve buttons; shirt studs, gold spectacles, light and heavy; any quantity of gold pens and pencils; gold and silver thimbles; bracelets; silver fruit and butter knives; silver spoons of all the vari ous kinds and sizes, large lot of pocket cutlery; scissors of all sizes; button-hole scissors; survey ors' compasses and chains; mathematical instru ments; any kind and quality of pistols that may be wanting; lare lot of fine and common single and double-barrel Guns; game bags, shot belts and pov der flasks; MILITARY GOODS. including all between the small button and bass drum; violins and extra bows; flutes; clarionets; flagelets, accordeons of all kinds; music boxes, perfumery soap, tootn and hair brushes, dressi ng and pocket combs, plated and Britannia ware, and various other things too tedious to enume rate. Call and give me a trial. fjCf-Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired. Cash paid lor old gold and silver. J. M. BEASLEY, North-east corner Market Square. Fayetteville, June 6, 1S02. Selling off at Cost! GREAT BARGAINS! The subscriber is desirous of chunriaa: his business, and wishes to sell oil his present stock of Goods immediately, consisting in part of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. F.mbracing a fine stock of Ladies' Drets Goods. Barege. I'.arcge De-L.ains. Dotted and plain Swiss Muslins, colored ditto, Barred. Jaconet and Cambric Muslins ; col"d Sum mer Silks. Also, a general assortment of black and col'd Silk Dresses; a largeassortment of Hosiery. Also. Cloths. Cassimeres. Tweeds, Jeans and Sattinets. A general assortment of Summer wear for Gentlemen ; all kinds of Linen goods. Also, a large stock of Boots and Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, Umbrellas and Parasols, Hardware and Crockery. Wiues and French Brandy. The above stock isoffered at the mere cost here. Coun try Merchants and all others buying Goods in this mar ket, will do well to call and examine, as I am determined to sell and close out my present stock, which id large and fresh, and well selected. W. S. LATTA. April 24 1852. 687-tf SPRING STOCK. The undersigned are now receiving their Spring Stock, consisting of DKY GOODS, Hardware, Hats, Caps AXD SHOES, All of which will be sold low to punctual cus tomers as heretofore. Merchants and others will do well to examine their Stock before making purchases. We will not be undersold. HALL & SACKETT. March 13, 1S52. SPIRITS TURPENTINE WANTED. To persons having Spirits Tupentine to sell, we are in the market to buy; or we will receive and ship to any market the owner may desire, and make liberal advances on consignment. COOK &, TAYLOR. May S, 1S52. 6S9-tf Fayetteville Bnneh CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. J. M WHITE & UNDKRHILL, Drapers, Tailors, and Wliolesale and Retail Clothiers, 110 William Street, New York, and Person street, (next door to Bunk of Cape Fear,) FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. We would beg leave to infoim the citizens of Fayetteville aud vieinitv, that e have just re ceived our supply of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which comprises a general assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Which will be found worthy the attention of purchasers. Our assortment consists in part of the following : COATS. Hack and col'd cloth Dress. Frock and Sack Coats, fall qualities; black and colored Cashmeret ditto; French and English DrapD'Ete ditto; Queen's-cloth and Alpaca ditto ; Fancy Coats of mottled Crasse and Tweeds: Kentucky Jeans; Linen and Cotton Ginghams; brown, buff and white Linens; white grass-cloth Sacks, &.c. of all qualities. PANTS Of black and col'd Cassimere; fancv single-milla ditto; French and English Drap D'Ete ditto; white and col'd Drill ditto; Ken tucky Jeans ditto; India and French Nankeen ditto, &c. VESTS Of Black Satin, Bombazine, Alpaca, 1.1 1 ,.! A O : 1 1. . ... U :.. .1 1 . J nr. i I uulk a uu . o u onus , v iiuc iiphi cm u inarspnies ditto; brown and padded Linen, plain and fig'd; Nankeen, Buff, Grass-cloth, &.c. All of which are offered for sale as low as can be bought in the New York market, at wholesale and retail In addition to the above, we shall keen on hand a general assortment of Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Cravats, Hoisery, &.c. Also, Cloths, Lassimeref, and Vesting. The TAILORING DEPARTMENT will he continued as before, and all orders for fine Cloth ing will be executed in the most fashionable style. A. C. HART, Agent April 17, JS52. GS6-tf STARR & WILLIAMS, AVUolesale Dealers iim Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods HAY STREET, J. B. STARR J. M. WILLIAMS LAW NOTICE. . ARCHIBALD A. T. SJUTII Has taken an Office on Anderson street, nearly opposite the Fayetteville Hotel. He will attend to the collection 0 claims and law business gen erally, and especially to the taking of accounts of executors, administrators, guardians and part ners, either in suit or otherwise. October 1, 1S.11. NORTH CAROLINA KERSEYS. Arey, Shemwell & Co. have just received a large lot of Salem Kerseys, known to all of our Planters as the best goods for negroes that are offered in this market. Those who have been waiting, had better corae and get supplied, as thev are going ofl rapidly. Dec. 20, lt51. 669-tf MORE LAND WARRANTS WANTED. The Concern for which I am purchasing, still want more. Please send in your warrants im mediately, and the highest cash prices will be given. JNO. M. ROSE, Ag't. Fayetteville, May 15, 1S52. A Cook Wanted. I wish to hire or purchase a cook. For one of good qualities a liberal price will be paid. JOHN H. COOK. June 5. 1832 693-0t TOBACCO. " The subscriber continues to receive and sell, on manufacturers account, all grades of man ufactured Tobbdco. J. UTLEY. June 5, 1852. 603-tf 350,000 lbs. Kags, , Old Rope. Bagging, &.c, wanted at three and a half cents per lb. cash, delivered to us. II. BRANSON &, SON. March 11, 1852 . . - Money Wanted, I will sell a House and Lot in Lower Faj'ette ville, joining my own residence and in the neigh borhood of Owen Houston and others, which in-y be bought low for cash or negotiable note. WM. WATSON. May 8, 1S52. CS9-tf SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Arey. Shemwcll & Co. Are now receiving, direct from New i orR ana Philadelphia a complete assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, comprising every article usually kept in a Dry Goods Store, among wtich may be found Ladies' and Gentlemen's DRESS GOODS, ; OF THE VERY BEST MATERIAL AND THE LATEST FASHIONS a variety that is ; too tedious to mention. They have the handsonest Crape and Berage Shawls they have ever offered in this market, and they would call the atten tion of the Ladies particularly to their fery handsome Stock of Vezites, Muntillai, Puraiols, and Fans. ALSO t Their Embroideries, Lace and Muslin Capes, Chimizetts, Undersleeves, Linen Cambric Hmd kerchiefs, emb'd Sucks, Infants Waists and Caps, Cuffs and Collars. They would also direct the attention of the Ladies to their Stock of Bonnets, of the latest styles of silk, crape and straw. They would not forget to mention their Stock of Boots fc Shoes, for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Together with their usual Stock of Staple Goods; con sisting in part of Damask Table Cloths and Ntpkins, Linen and Cotton Sheetings; Eng lish, French and American Prints; brown and bleached Domestics ; Marseilles & Grass Skirts, Marseille Quilts of the best quality, &.c. Moleskin, Panama, Leghorn, Kossuth and Palm-leaf Hats, and a variety of other Goods. To the above Stock they would respectfully invite the attention of the citizens of Fayette ville and the sorrounding country, and would take this method of returning thanks to the pub lic generally for the very liberal patronage here tofore bestowed on them, and would say give them a call before buying, as they are determin ed not to be undersold by any. jCJ- They keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Ingrain and Brussels CARPET ING. Sugar, Cofiee. Tea, &-c. S. S. AREY, P. SHEMWELL, j. r- Mcdonald. March 27, 1852. J. E. BRYAN OFFERS FOR SALE A GENERAL ASSOK.T3IESTT OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Hardware and Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Iron, Steel, Nails, &c, oh the most rea sonable terms for Cash, or in exchange tor pro duce, at his store next door to Market Square, Hardie's build-ng. October 4, 1S51 lv TO THE PUBLIC. The subscriber has leased for a term of years, of R. VV. Brown, Esq., his fire-proof store, with his wharves, and is now in a condition to take especial care of Spirits Turpentine and other Naval Stores committed to his care. The Ware house is well known to be the best and safest place in town for the storage of Bacon, Lard, Corn, Peas, &c. The lower wharves have on them four large new sheds, where Spirits can be safely kept from the rain and sun. He is pre- nared to receive and shiD. or sell, all kinds of produce sent to his care. He will also make ad vances when required. He begs to refer to the following gentlemen: L. W. Brown, John Dawson. O. G. Parsley , and Thos. H. Wright, Esqrs. MILES COST1N, Brown's wharf, Wilmington, N. C. Octobor 1, 1S51 1 y CIIEAPEST CLOTHING STORE IN TOWN. Spring and Summer stock of jF asliionabic Clothing, -if JVliolesale and Retail. Just received a new & elegant stock of Ready made Clothing, from the nn st to the lowest quail ty. Customers can de pend upon finding our garments well made, however low the prices. Our Stock consists of Dress and Frock Coats, of French, English and German Cloth; Business Coats, made of Cash meret, Bombazine, &. Drab D'ete; Fancy Cassi mere fc Linen Coats of all colors aud at all prices. We also offer the finest and largest assortment of Pantaloons and Vests, from 75 cents to 6 50 : Shirts, Collars. Oloves. Cravats. Drawers. Suspenders,TraTelling Cags. Boys and l'ouths Clothing for sale at the lowest prices. Gentleaiea are respectfully invited to call and examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. Call soon for bargains at M. Greentree & Co., Market Square, next door to J. M. Beasley. Jeweler, and A. Johnson &. C. Just received some very fine white PaBtaloous, & a new style of Linen Bosom Shirts' M. GREENTREE & CO. May 15, 1852. 690-3m JUST RECEIVED, Linseed OIL, Tanner's " Sperm " White Lead and Putty in Oil. Also, TWO NEW BUGGIES. LEETE & JOHNSON, 2 Doors West C. F. Bank. May 21,1552- 691-tf Lumber I Lumber ! ! Oak, Hickory," Ash, Poplar, Sweet Gum, Birch, and Cypress Lumber sayved to order by the subscriber, 4 milse north of Fayetteville. On hand, oak for Felloes and Asletrees. M. V. JONES. April 17, 1S52 tf FAYETTEVILLE CONFECTIONERY. CHARLES BANKS, Q) S S & 8? S &9 Informs the public that he has refitted his Es tablishment on Green street, and has on hand a fresh supply of CANDIES, manufactured by himself out of the best loaf sugar, and warranted free from starch, flour, paste, and pernicious paints. His whole time and attention is new de voted to making Candy, and he is prepared to supply all orders with Candies equal to any made in the United States. These Candies he war rants to keen in anv climate: anH K10 will ooll Aown or country merchants as cheap, as good. and as pure anay as can oe purcnaseuin New York or elsewhere. Fayetteville, Nov. 1, 1S51 662-tf NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED. The undersigned has just receired his stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Consisting of Cloths, Cassimeres St Vest in gs. Black, brown, green, blue and olive Cloths; white silk and satin Vestings ; white and fancy Marseilles do.; Linen Drillings, white and col'd; Doe-skin Cassimeres ; faucy do.; Drab-te-Ete and Bombazines. Also, an assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, &c Persons wishing to purchase any of the above fftsHjeles would do well to call and examine this stock. He still carries on the TAILORING BUSINESS in all its branches. HUGH GRAHAM, South-west corner of Market Square. April 17, 1S52 3m Notice to my Country Friends. Having located myself in Wilmington for the purpose of doing an Agency Business, persons wishing to s tve time and a great deal of trouble, will send their produce to the care of W. M. Monroe, and the returns will be forwarded forth with. 0CfOffice in Washington Bar. W. M. MONROE. Wilmington, Sept. 25, 1S51. y Another Scientific Wonder. GREAT CXJR.E FOR. DYSPEPSIA, DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S m":s32 s18 ass jn.rr5 THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC JUICE, Prepared from RENNET, or the fourth STOMACH OF THE OX, after directions tf BARON LIEBIG, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D.Phila delphia, Pa. This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint, Con stipation, and Debility, Curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's ovn Agent, the Gastric Juice. JCt Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused in water, will digest or dissolve, Five Pounds of Roast Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach. Pepsin is the chief element, or Great Digest ing princifde of the Gastric Juice the Solvent of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and Stimulating Agent of the Stomach aud Intes tines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stomach oftheOx,thus forming an Artificial Digestive Fluid, precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its unemicai powers, ana iurnisuing a com plete and Perfect Substitute for it. By the aid of this preparation, the pains and evils of Indi gestion and Dyspepsia are removed, just as the' w.iuld be by a he.dthy Stomach. It is doing wonders fur Dyspeptics, curl ng cases of Debility , Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption, supposed to be on the verge of the grave. The Scientific Evidence upon which it is based, is in the highest degree Curious and Remarkable. SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE! Baron Liebigin his celebrated work on Ani mal Chemistry, says : "An Artificial Digestive Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be readily prepared from the mucuous membrane of the Calf, iii which various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened changed, and digested, just in the same manner as they would be in the human stomach." $3- Call on the Agent, and get a Descriptive Circular, gratis, giving a large amount of Scien tific Evidence, similar to the above, together with Reports of Remarkable Cures, from all parts of the United States. AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER, Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has produced the most marvellous etlects, in curing cases of Debility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption. It is impossible to givethe details of cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated certificates have been given of more than Two Hundred Remarkable Cures. These were nearly all desperate cases, and the cuies were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent. It is a great Nervous A ntidote, and particular ly useful for tendency to Billions disorder, Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil effects of Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long sickness. Also, for excess in eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits, it almost reconciles Health with Intemperance. OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS. There is no form of Old Stomach Complaints which it does irot seem to reach and remove at once. No matter how bad they may be, it Gives Instant Relief! A single dose removes all the unpleasant symptoms; and it only needs to be repeated for a short time to make these good effects permanent. Purity of Blood and Vigor of Body follow at once, it is particularly ex cellent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps, Soreness of the pit of the Stomach, distress, after eatintr, low, cold state of the Blood, lleavi JLess, Loyvness of Spirits, Despondency, Emacia- Ttion.uveakness, tendency to I usanity, Suicide, &c. Dr. Houghton's Pepsin, is prepared in Powder and in Fluid form aud in Prescription vials for the use of Physicians. Private Circulars for the use of Physicians, may be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents, describing the whole process of preparation, and giving the authorities upon which the claims of this new remedy are based. As .it is not a Se cret Remedy, no objection can be raised against its use by Physicians in respectable standing and regular practice. Price, One Dollar per bottle. AGENTS S. J. Hinsdale, Fayette ville, wliolesale aud retail agent. Williams, Haywood & Co. .Raleigh. We have commodious brick Warehouses in the rear of our Store, ia which we store cotton and other produce. D. & Wr. McLAURIN. Ner 1, 1S51 tf CARTHAGE HOTEL. The subscriber having purchased theCarthaee Hotel, formerly occupied by the Rev R McNabb, is now prepared to accommodate boarders, lod gers, and travellers, as comfortably as could be desire'd. All who may favor him with a call shall be accommodated with the best the country affords. His stables shall be .well supplied with forage and attentive ostlers. MALCOM KELLY. March 26, 1652 3in NEW SPRING GOODS. -.wt aJ"enW "ceking very large and well 'elected stock of Spring Goods, consisting of a full assortment of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, Among which may be found the latest and most MES3 GOoSs!" f LadiCS' Gentlmen'S Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Ready-made Clothing, Hardware, Drugs and Medicines, Saddlery, Crockerv and Glass Ware A large and well selected stock cf Boots and Shoe?, and ladies' and gentlemen's Gaiters, very fine. . We intend selling as cheap as we can. and would be glad if our friends and the Dublic would call and examine our Stock. BARMAN'S HOTEL, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. THE Subscriber, having taken the larce Hotel, formerly known as the Planter's Hotel, situated at the foot of Hay Mount, Hay Street, Fayetteviile, N. C, respectfully informs his friends and the public that he is now engaged in refitting the building, which is Supplied with entire ntw Furniture, and is prepared to accom modate the travelling public. ILiving h3d some experience in the business in the town of Pitts borough, N. C, he flatters himself that he will be able to give satisfaction to those who may favor him with their company. His rooms are large and airy. lie has large and convenient Stables, and a good and faithful Ostier. JOHN HARM AN. Feb'y Ql, 1S52. C7S-tf WASHINGTON LIVERY STABLES, Hay Street, opposite the Method int E. Church Fayetteville, JV. C. The proprietors of this establishment have recently added largely to their already line stock of Horses and Vehicles. Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon them the past year, thev hurnblv beg a continuance of the same JOHN J. PHILIPS, ROBERT WOOTEN. Jan'y 31, 1S52. tf Fire Proof Slate Roofs. All persons about to erect Fire-proof Build ings will do well to call on the subscriber, as he is prepared to contract for Slate and Metal Roof ing, Gutters, Leaders, Leaderheads, and every thing belonging to the Roofing Business. Also to give instructions'in roofing for slate to make it effectually proof against lire and water. FRANCIS SHENTON. Fayetteville, March 0, 1&52. 3m 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 7 o'clock, a. m., and arriving at Wilmington same evening. And leave Wilmington on Tuesdays &,Fridas, at 12 o'clk.rn. 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 reqirii-e. 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. WILLIAMS, Agent Cape Fear Steamboat Co. Fayetteville, Oct 1,1551. 022-tf 300Z3IHD3BTr 11. W. U Alt DIB carries on the Bookbinding business in the second story of Mr J. M. Beasley's Jewelry store where he will re ceive and execute binding in any style desired. October 1,18-31. !T3-Drs. W. P. Mallett & II. A. McSwain having associated themselves in the practice of Medicine and Surgery, offer their professional services to the community. One or the other of them may be found at all times at their office when not professionall v called off. W.' P. MALLETT, M. D. H. A. McSWAIN, M. D. Oct 1.1851. r,.-fi-tf Livery Stable, The subscriber intends carrying on the above business as usual. Having added considerable Stock, he will be able to accommodate the pub lic. Thankful for past favors, he solicits a con tinuance. J. W. POWERS. Jan'y 24, 1S52. Encourage the Old North State. AREY, SHEA1 WELL & CO., Have just received a splendid assortment of SALEM CASSIM ERE, black and grey, te which they would call the attention of the public. These goods will com pete in quality and durability with the best o. Northern Cassimeres, and are much cheaper? ranging from G2J cents to $1 23 per yard. October 18, 1S01. 6t)0-tf j&. H. Whitfield, Coach and Light Carriage Manufacturer, Would respectfully in form the public that, he still continues to carry on the above business in all its branches. He re turns thanks for the lib eral patronage he has re ceive, and hopes by a strict attention to busi ness and a desire to please all and give general satisfaction, to merit a continuance of the same. He warrants all his work to be made of the bestmatenal and by experienced workmen; and should any of it fail in 12 months (with fair usage) either in workmanship or material, he will re pair it without charge. Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and examine his work be fore purchasing, as it cannot be surpassed for style, elegance, and durability. He is determin ed to sell low for cash or on short time. Orders thankfully received and promptly at tended to. 03- Repairing neatly executed 'at short notice and loyvest possible prices. Fayetteville, Jan 10, 1S32 A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER, AND Commission Merchant, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. VERTICAL WATER WHEEL. There are several hundred of these wheels in operation in different counties in North Caro lina. For proof of their great advantage over the common flutter w heel, or any ether w heels now in use forsaw mills, we confidentlv.refer to those who have applied them to their mills. We can reeommend them particularly for their su periority in cases of a low head of water, or back water. We still keep a supply of Wheels, suitable fcr different heads of water, at Wilmington, New born, Washington, Edenton, and Favetteville. The wheels may also be had ot E A Brevard, Lineolnton, and Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va. Tersos wishing to obtain the right to use the wheels, will be served on application to D. Mc Neill &. Co, Fayetteville, K. C. d. McNeill, A. A McKETH AN. d. j. McAllister. October 1, 1S51 Fayetteville This large and splended building has now been in successful operation since May, 1S-10. The bedding and furniture of all kind is all new, and the rooms convenient and pleasant. The table is always furnished with the best the market aflords, aided by a fine vegetable garden. Boarders, lodgers, and travellers, will find desirable accommodations, and attentive servants. No pains will be spared to give entire saisfuction. Families can be provided with large, airv front, double rooms, conveniently and haiids-omel v furnished. An experience of 20 years will enable the lessee, she h pes, to give general satisfaction. ANN BROWN. Oct 1, 1S.11. MERCHANTS' LIKE. This line of Boats is still in successful opera tion on the C; pe Fear River, and continue to oner many lucumes to The shipping public. Persons patronizing this Line, mav rest as sured that their Goods will t,e brought up with dispatch, and at the very lowest rates of freiht A. W. STFI'.L, Pr.Mden't. t. s. luttf.i:loh, Agent at Fayetteville. Oct 1, 1S51 G2G-tf Only Burnt out in Part. A. A. McK ETHAN rmJi; CO,t",ues fairy on th- CARRIAGE BUMiNLSS 111 all its brances, at the jt-mains of nisold stiind, opposite Liberty Point. He re turns thanks for the liberal p"ati oir.ige he has hen tolore received, s.t.d hopes by stiict atten tion to business and a desire to give entire satis tactmii, to meiit a continuance ol the same. Having kept the greater portion of his Tim bers at a distance from the manufactory, he has. on hand a la rue and ivell selected lot of thorou..hly seasoned Timber, every deci -iption umu! in his business, which enables him to retain all his principal workmen. He is therefore now pie pared to do :ny yyp.rk in his line in the very best stle, and on the most f.j voj .-dde tein:s as low as any work of the same iju; lity in N. C. He has on hand, completely fini.-htd, 5 Rarouches, lor J or 2 hrses; 6 Rcckaways, and 13 Buggies. Also, neaily finished, 10 Carriages for 2 horses ; 20 Rarouches for 1 and 2 horses; 12 Rockaways, and 'JO Unggies: All of which are-of the most approved plan ai.d finish, and Hill compHie vtith anv work in the U States, for neatness and durability. Having been engaged in the above business, for the past 20 years, his work is well knovyn, and he refers to old customers for proof of its durability. GO-AIl work warranted for 12 months, and repaired free of charge should it fail bv bad v.oik manfehip or material, within that time. Orj-Repairing executed at short notice, and on reasonable terms. Jan'y 'J , l.S.r2. BIiiLCK TEA. Extra fine Oolong Souchong, onechest that is choice and superior. There is none better For Octe-n.ll S.J.HINSDALE. A1ALLETT & PAUMUJEli, Grocers & Commission 135 Front street, New York. P. MALLETT. J. PAULMIER. Dec 20, l53i iv DR. T. 1). IIAIGII Has taken an Office on Hay stieet, west of the Hotel Building. Oct 1, 1S51 tf Persons indebted to um by LoikI or book account. One preTiousto ltt January. must settle, or we willmako ettlenient by legal process. March 27 J. 8c T. WAD DILI.,. 25 lbls. FISH just received and for sale by p. p. JOHNSON. Jan'y 17, l.Vi. WANTED, At the cheap Hat Store, Green st., 1000 Deer Skins, 1000 Sheep Skins, 1000 Mink do. 4000 Raccoon &, I ox do. 500 Otter do. 10,000 Rabbit do. For which the highest prices will be paid in cftsh or in Hats of all descriptions, cheaper than ever known in this market, next door to north-east corner Green stieet. DAVID GEE. Jan'y 3, 1S32 MOLASSES. 20 IIluls prime MoUeac. in firct rate order. Korfaleby II. JBKAXSON 4c tjO.V. April 16.1852. H. G. HALL, FAYETTEVILLE FOUNDRY, Castings of every description order. A lot of Babhef Metal for pale. MUNSLOW STREET." Sept 6, 1531. tf made to m r WTr