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"' i-"V 5. - " - - t .- i 5.v k f ROPJUITV DP" ITS CXTIEKS:V , v, 28, 1353. - V J The .iiWfilWr icll Ci. public to thfojl t4 t"P. 14 vane ,rtMi V.- - ,1' .rs-... t - mam n9 ' : mere tind f hmeret.-lwreed, bflfjibjiie. lpr , c -t-r- Li. the 1r2n ani Bt elerteJ eleete5J . . -4tjj.ZrlJ0t&'t?u bpc der I -1 V , iMjijwy-" JIT II" t- ' toeat -llot which e are awe t.seli at wljfl,le- i,le anMretail Toe New York price Call soon, if you want BARGAIN'S. ' April P. 1S-VJ. 3m M .rUe Square. NOTICE. The suhrriher. his t..W:i the hop ict.yet I)r. Millt-tt St McSa.m;i iir.rt K.cles' JJriJe. wlere he intends carryitiii ' the TAIU)IM BUSINESS ii all its Uranchpv II viyz h.id prnrtinl expe rionro in most of the .X 1 1 nn t ic ci t i t, he leelt Js gurei! th.tt. he can ple.se t!'.e m-t fti.l.-.us. All orders will be executed with neatness and tch. . MUXAGIIAX. A ; r 1 1 3. VAM KIT SE Is no a I'or-fi vi ii' a l.irj.f '!'. J''"" ssot tfilfrnt f'f N s. r u-hieh hive been pn.rhedfor CASH by the l'jck-M.'r. fnuutiv M..rcb.ints and others will hod it to their interest to exjmii.e his Stock. i;.irli IV'-U. i-S3. rJ" & k3 . .5-3. L-- -fc Th nirri')er would i e.eet lull v inform the public, th .the h l.Tjted birnselfut Ii-cktinh v,lltl-e for the purpose of -;i rry i nj on the i,n--Kv rn-.ki'n" busisie, nnd --iU-. rep.nrs d all sorts of vehicle, done upon the n.t :e;on:hle terms. T!i,kp wishim: t 'i-ch:ise i';--!'s m;ue ! the host m.terid ;.nd s .1 i ;if the 1 .-vest r.tes, will do well t.! ell .ind ex Moine for themelv-s , a a iO N ui:gis 1 E R. Aoril 2o. lS.vi ..'.) tf V.'u w;oit 100 OOJ p mJ luni p.r SlilNoLES, fur wlikli J. St T. WADD'.I.L the bout r:re w .A pril y S "3 i! bo p:nJ. TJIO.. ,1 .IOJI.VSON il.i jn-t receiveil 1!) Ne.v "(Jrie ins Mol t-e, 10 lire Yellow Pl l llll j; Potatoes, f, .)0 IJ.s N ij l hr:i B .con, T.Hiu) J.bs N. C. do. 1000 Huhe'.s O.ts. 17 11 irdi" C'i'li Mol is-e. Ploughs .md C.tinit-, l'.Ucksmiths' Timls. Ais-o. 1 lij;ht four-horse Wagon and 1 Bujigy, h.ii ncss 11 oi if. -Vo THUS. J JOHNSON, Person st. Mn-ch o, l'-'i tf (tij- Camphflitoii property for sale. ! FISH! FISH! Jn-t received -it'-l for s .le. M erei, llernng. Mullets, and Coihsb. !.;ckerel ui.l dmon in Eits. lu ilhds OCA CI'p Mi d.isses. w. 7:!3-tf H. CA'IVER. M.u-ch 1, 1S53 C L E M E X T (J W I G II T , Altonuw at i.aw, F A Y i: I' T ' V I I I. K, N. C. (J'Jice at the corner of Dov and Green streets. Feb'v .'), )S"3 , we io'en l making a change i-t our business, we oiler fr sale what Dry Goods we have on hand, at cost. We are receivi vz a I ire stock of Groceries, 1! r I vire, Cooper's T.u'ls 110 h.o's ISio, I.iuira and Java CofTee, in lih U Porto l!:ra and N i S'igrs, T'i hhls refj ied and crushed do, -r: hh l-i Molasses, ' '23 hhds 13 icon. 3, 'ilKi lbs North Carolina Raron, No 1 pickled llerrinu, No 1 . '2 and .' Mackert 1, And tin n v other articles. I). &. V. McLAURIN. April l( 1!ri3 3S-tl We have jn-t received a fresh supply of Tea, from the Pekin l ea Company, . f all qualities, which we warrant to nive s .tisf.ction. r no charue. 1- & W. McLAURIN. Apiil IC, 13 o3 S5-tf Would respectfully inform the public that he is still at hi old stand carrying on the above busi ness in all its branches. tie returns in iiiks ior , the liberal'patronage he has received, and hopes bv a strict attention to business, 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 best material and by experienced workmen havin" a more experienced and practical Smith, he flatters himself that his work will compete with any made in the State for style, elegance and durability ; and should any of it fail in 12 months (with fair usage) either in workmanship or material, he will repair it free f charge Persons wishing to buy. Would do well to call and examine his work, as he is determined to sell low f"r cas" or on snort I'", . Orders thankfully, received and promptly at tended to. ' ? Cs3- Repairing neatly executed at short notice and lowest possible prices. Fayetteviile, Feb. 12, 1?33. . Jf V 0. i, V.J. 0.x..vrl In addition to the abnrewe hre added to if Stork larg.; and well selected assortment f - Read v-made " Clothinf?. - ' - All ntjvehxeh e oSer o buyers at our'onualloW price Ad "--3,ti'-r tTM ' irNT-M - arftioapai'laT urder. March 12, 1853 NKYV STOCK SEASOXABL!: GOODS. The subscriber respectfully begs le.ive to in form hi-4 customers and the public ijenerall1, thut he h.isjust received his Stock of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS, Embracing a Genpral Assort me it of Staple and Fancy Dry (Joods, IJonnets, Misses' and Cliiulren s Hats. Worsted Palteins. Umbrellas and I'aiasols, Iioots anil time. ALSO, SUGAIIAND COFFEE, &c. &.c. P. SHr.MWF.LL, Xort h-west Corner M-srket S.j-.re, Green st. I'.iy etteviSle, X. C, April 9. lb'3. 737-tf Wildcr's Iatrtit I'ire lrcof Salamander We are a-er.ts for the sale of the above Safes, ind oiler them at Manufacturer's prices, adding fjeihf. We intend keeping a supply always on b-.ind of vnriotii sizes nd prices, i'hese Safes tire considered among the best in the U. State. Wethave received part of one dozen, at prices from $o0 to $1 75. D. & W. McLAURIN. April 10, S"3 3S-tf FOR SALK OR RENT, The fine SUMMER RESIDENCE now occu pied Mr J E ISryan, two miles west of town Possession niveri immediately. Apply to Jno H Cook or C E Leete. " S. A. LEETE. M uch lUth. 103. 3-1 -tf. Doctors 13. Sc B. V. Kobinsox d issolved their copnrt rierhi on the 1st of A pril , and hive disposed of t h(ir euti re rtork of Drills, Medicines, ice . to Dr. Thomas C Hall and Hen ry (' Robinson. They will retain en office in the same b,uild where either or both may be consulted, as heretofore It is very important to thm that their accounts should he settled ns early as practicable, for which purpose thev have engaged Mr. John Shaw t 111 I . I .V ' . ho nvv generstii v be found at their office. April" 10, I 03 3S-tf Dr. T. O. Hall II is removed to the well-known stand of the Drs. R.'binson. corner of Green and Bow streets. April 23, 1S33 tf S. S. AREY Has on hand a beautiful assortment of JVetc Spring- Summer Goods. He desires to return thanks to his fiiend and the public foi the liberal patronage which they have bestowed on him; and desires a continuance of the same. His friends and the puhlic are re quested to yive him a call, at the stand former ly occupied by S. J. II i ndsdale, sunt li west cor n r M.nket Square and Gillespie 6treet. April 30, iS33 40-Gm cwStoelt of Spriiipr Ae. Snmmer The subsc rih . r is now-receiving a large and well selected stock of Goods, comprising a gen eral assortment of Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, llard'A are and Cntlei v, Siddlery, GROCERIES. &.c &c, Wlrch will be sold low for dsh. or exchanged for turpentine arid country produce He returns his warmest thanks to his old friends and customers for the liber-d patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes to merit a continuance .f the same. NATHAN KING. Kingsbury, April IG, 1S."3 tf J list IScceived, 100 Hhds Molasses, 30 Bbls N O. .Molasses, 500 Sacks S:-dt, 10 Tierces Rice, Hhds. Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee Rio. Laguira c Java, Fo r s d e b v WORTH &. EL LI OTT. Mav 1, lS.Ti "3m CHAIRS. The subscriber oilers for sale some 15 or 20 dozen Chairs of various patterns, manufactured in this place of well-seasoned wood, the best the country affords; aud if enabled by sufficient pat ronage, will continue to manufacture chairs of such material &. workmanship as will insure their durability. Also, a general assortment of north ern Chaiis at the lowest prices. A liberal price will he given in cash or barter for a few thousand feet of well -seasoned poplar Lumber, 1 to 2 inches thick, 14 inches and up wards wide, clear of splits, &.C Also split hickory and white oak wanted. DUNCAN McNEILL. Fayetteviile, March 20, 1S52. tf The Steamer Fanny Lutterlnh will in the future leave Favetteville on Tuesday Trrjeri". than any former onr, conU.' jc' and Friday mornings, at Go'clock.anri Wilming ton Wfdnesday and Saturdays at 12 o'clock and run regularly, carrying freight and passengers with despatch. T. S. LUTTERLOH. July 31, 1552. 701-tf $25 K li W A U d7" Ranaway from the subscriber in October last, a negro boy named SAM. Said boy is about IS years of age. tall, very black, and with a slight cat in one of his eyes. He was raised by a Mr McFayden, in Cumberland or Moore county, and purchased by me last fall of Mr N. Mck McNeill of Moore county. I will give the abovr reward for his apprehension and delivery in any jail in North Carolina, or forty dollars for him delivered to me in Cheraw, S. C. ALLAN MACFARLAN. Chera, S. C. April 27, 13- 41-U . fcae i: :.t -; . - ' mora fi Ir . any . ix t; , M rt t: - or ! keep, i! v... - foreij;,.i dvnetic Ur FTT; r ... 1. 1 . i. i i. u- i i ri. 1 1 ' ' I ar?f mute IX. vnv n nait, ifot.uil, laril, mrsn puriv, mess beef, smoked beef, dryed venison; Ncvl, and 3 mackerel; butter, cheese, flour, tteal.drn oats, tobacco, candles, copperas, saleratns, intli so, madder, spice, pepper, ginger nutmeg, cina mon, epsotn salts, hardvvae cutlery, crockery, and glassw-are; and a variety of other goods.; They take this method of thanking the coinmo nity and thir countr?friends for the very libe ral patronage bestowed on the'rn; and intend, by selling goods tow. to increase t heir former trade always kepping in view that a nimble sixpence is wort h a slow shilling:. Yellow Building, between the Market House and the Bank of the State, Gillespie Street, Favetteville. N. C. March 2Gth. 1S53. 35-tf. Wanted to Purchase. A likely young wasTier and ironer negro woman, a good cook, Apply to C. D. NIXON. 42-tf May 14, 1553 To Turpentine Distillers. Strainer Wire of the best quality, for sale by C. W. ANDREWS, . Market Square. May II, 1S53 4 -tf FAY 'iTTEVILLE JE W K L. It Y STO K E, Just opened in the Ftnjelinulte ILte! build ing, opposite the new Hank of FayettevWe. The subscriber begs leave to inform the"citi zens of Fayetteviile and its vicinity, that he has opened a rich and raie assortment of W A TC 1 1 ES, J K W K LUY: &c, consisting of gold and Silver Levers and La pines, and plain Silver Watches, of the best French, English & Swiss make, warranted good or the money returned. He is also prepared to repair Watches and Clocks at the shortest notice and in the neatest and most substantial manner. If his work should fail he pledges himself to make it good or return the money. Accordeons ami all other kinds of musical instruments sold and repaired. ." The, attention of the ladies 19 fliVticularVy called to his large and varied" assortm&rTf iff jewelry. B. KAYTON, Sept. 19, 1S52. y practical icciteh-tnnk er WANT OF MONEY! I will sell my SUMMER RESIDENCE, two miles from the Market, on the Fayetteviile and Western Plank Road one of the most desirable and healthy places in the county A Uo, 40 Shares of Fayetteviile and Western Plank Road Stock, and 30 Shares of Fayetteviile Hotel Stock. With the largest stock of Ready made CAR RIAGES and BUGGIES ever offered in this place over 'i000 worth completely finished. Ail of which I will sell at very reduced price for cash or negotiable notes. So little attention has been paid to the call made by me after the fire of the 2d Jan'y.on those indebted to me tocall and settle, that I am induced, to offer the above property at reduced prices to enable tne; to rebuild my Carriage Es tablishment and continue my business with con venience. I shall place nof eS in proper hands for collec tion, if not paid soon. I h ive all my accounts m;:de out to the 1st Jan'v JS-V2. A. A. McKETHAN. April 10, 1S5-2. 0S5-tf 11. MITCHELL, (Jlrey's Iiow. Gillespie Street.) Always his en hand GROCERIES and Pi0VI S10N3, Bacon and Lard, flour, coflee, sugar, tea, mol isses, rice, pepper, spice, ginger, tohac. Co. sou AT, m -. tches, mea I , corn . I ri.sh potatoes, dr v cod-fish, dried beef. Nog 1 and 2 m-'ckrel, and bbls, No 3 do. rne-s-por!, hackwheat fl tur, can dles, soap, whiskey, brandy, rum, gin, wi ne of various kinds, all of which hs been bought for cash, and will be sold for the same. Thankful for past favors, he hopes, by a strict attention to b;isinep. to merit a continu it.ee of the same. March Hth, 1S53. 3 4 -3m. Josepli Otterburg Hs just returned from the North with a large assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, which he can afford to sell cheaper than any nther house in VayettersiJIe. The public are re- ! quested to call and examine. Fayetteviile, April 9, 1S53 tf Saddle and Harness Man ufactory. The Subscriber respectfully informs hi? cn tomers ana tne puunc generally, tnat lie pthi making business t the store west of the Mar ble Factory, where he has now on hand arid is regularly minufacturi ng Saddles, Bridles and Harness of every description and quality, to gether with every other article usunlly kept in his line. Repairing neatly done and promptly attended to. All persons indebted to him by note or ac count over t h ree mont hs due, are requested to call and settle the satr.e LEWIS W. LEVY. Jane 5, ISS3. tf W. II. CARVER, DEALER IIT Dry Gools, Groceries and Provisions, Third door from N E. corner Market Square, next to D. Gee s Hat Store, Green street, Fayettitilli, N. C. fjri Ali kinds of produce taken in exchange for Goods. February 19, 1853 y ' T "REMOVAL. The ondersigned have removed to the store formerly occupied by H. Branson . & Son, five doors east of their old stand GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO Th Office of the Cape Fear Steam Boat Co. is kept in the above building. JOHN D- WILLIAMS, Agent. April in 13 -tf rranored lo tSe large fire-proof brick Trpied by; Catnpmn, Boon,' Meara X "Jfc.1V 7addi.Tn Vrf we ahail rfer.i$ few day. V5F f r Spring pnrcbiaes.- HaU, Hhocs, Boot4, : -fr the WHOLESALE ' Kv our jpooda an 41-tf f-UABLE LANDS FORSALE. I ofJerfor sale my plantation situated seven teen' tnileMMitJbyyest of Lum1erton, eighteen frointhe Riyroad.and nine from Hai UeesVilie containing "vfep'hundred acres of tbejjUest cot ton and provision lands in thie county, with fine improvements well watered, lemarkably heal thy, and tir'e best stand for- a store in the muii tryTfheremaving been one on it occasionally for the last tlirty years. About ISO acres of the' land are lleared and in a very high state of culti--ation. I Vi ill give the lands for the valued pro ceeds oft for two years with the work of seven hands. I willdivide the lands if desired, or if a larger track iidesired, there is a large track adjoining it that jan be booght on very reasonable terms. Eaiii application is desired. ZACH. FULMORE: Alfotdsville, May 7, 1S53 tf JUST RECEIVED, Spring (and Summer Staple and Fancy ( DISY GOODS,. Ready-ifade Clothing, fine Boots and Shoes, a large as rmeiit of ladies', misses' and children's Shoes a'ul Boots; Umbrellas and Parasols, Cuffs, Shaw ls.'dl irs, Gloves and H oisery , w i t h a good Stock of-GiViceries ; .ilso, a lot of those patent Straw CUters, Corn Sliellers, Ploughs, &c p. taylor', Green Street. May 71S53. 3 m CAIMKRES, CASSI-AIKRES. I have just received a fresh supply of that cejebr.ijd SALEM CA SSI MERE, to which I would 4fl the attention of my friends and the public i general. - " P. SIIEMWELL. May J, 1853. . 74 1 -tf WQRTH & ELLIOTT, (Successors to J. D. Willi,.ms,) t FORWARDING & . CO.YI.'MISSION -, ; f A YETTEVILEE, N. c. KLMOTT. A.fQUTH.J V. p. 'Hajgalsis in Ciar. Those who buv Cigars -to sell again, the iin. dersigned begs leave to inform that he has now in store a large stock of ALL KINDS OF CIGARS, w hich he oflers at prices that cannot I ue unoersfild in this State. The celebrated Star brand Principes, " Steamboat lo. " " Eagle do. Prime Havana Regalias, And other favorite Cigars on hsjid. GEORGE BRANDT. May 7, 1S53 2m NEW DRUG STORE. Foulkes Sc MacHae. , HilUG GISTS, Cornsr of Hay ami Donaldson Street, directly t aut of the Fayetteviile Hotel, FA Y ETTEVI LLE, N. C. , Are now receiving a lari;e stock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, directly from Importers and Manufacturers, which they will sell to Phy sicians and Country Merchants st ;i very smull ,h! v.j nee. They will keep constantly on hr:!id,of the best uualiiv, every variety of articles i n t liei r "li ue, h iving made arrangements to that eflect with es tablished houses in New York. Their stock having been very carefully select ed, and purchased f r Cash, will eri.ihie them to recommend confidently all their Diujs, and to sel! them at very low rates. They solicit a reasonable share of the patron age of the public May 7, 1S5-8 4l-f 1 Turpentine. We have a convenient ware-house near the sleam boat wharves, in which we can receive and forward Spirits Turpentine for our friends, oflering them the customery shipping facilities. We also purchase the article on our iwn ac count, and keep for sale such articles j,s are ns-:illv wanted by the turpentine operators. "T&ay 7, 1S53. J. &. T. WADDILL. DISSOLUTION. The firm of COOK & TAYLOR i dissolved by its own limitation. The business of the con cern will be settled bv Mr Alex'r Rav, or by- i either of ourselves, using the mine of the firm iri settling its affairs JAMES G. COOK. WILLIAM TAYLOR, n-tf May 7, 1553 f-rtieesics and Itvy dint As. The subscriber h"s t-sken the e:tst end of the store I itelv occupied by C k & Tlor, where he W!-uld he pleased to see his tId customers and chers Mv 'lock of GROCERIES will be large and foil. I will tjke in payment "v kirid of Country Produce. Cash wiij not he refused, or credit tu punctual customers. JAMES G. COOK. May 7, 1SU3 41-tf THE SUBSCRIBER is new receiving his stock of Spring and Summer GOODS, Consisting of " . Reail v made Clothing, Shirt. Collars and Drawers, Bouts. Shoe, and H.il. All of his ow n selection, w hich he can war. r'jr t equal to anv in the market, and to be sold law for cash " GEORGE BRANDT, Between the Market Hoare and Fyett-Tille Hotel. N. B. A nice sssortmeat. of Hoys' Clothing also on hud. nni f-ie.E z vjlcjr tit i The"' lierA I0USE Vill be opend for the "de- ce, every morning from 0 until i5 t clock, except Sundays. It will also be kept open on Saturdays, Jrotn 5 until 7 o'clock. . -Stockholders and othera get time Ice op credfl, will .fursTJi themselves with ,paes books, sod Ice wilLO delirrred without a book,; unless the cash I r 'ifi. "pfring t the hit;h price and scarcity f Ice at, the-North this eeasunstock- holders suWbeharsed 2 cents per lb., and oth. rs'3 ttfhle at the eo4 of h month, in casl inihirobling. -' i ,-";" Ceri .Icsteiorsitock wilt be received in paj owent f V Ic"e,jt par value and interest.. 1 1 : .. HOUSE AND LOT Por Sale- The undersigned oflers for sale her HOUSE and LOT on Robeson Street. The House is large, with a good Kitchen and out-houses, and a good well of excellent water in the yard. In fact, it is a desirable place, being healthy, and convenient to business. The Lot is now under cultivation. Persons wishing to purchase are invited to examine the premises, or apply to MrJas. G. Cook, or J. E. McMaster, either of whom will give any information desired. Possession given immediately. E. C. McMASTER. Mav 14, 1S53. 7l23t NEW GOODS. Wr. F. MOO It E Ha9 received a large stock of Spring & Summer Consisting of Ladies fine Dresses and i)rc8H Trimmings, Bonnets, Shoes, &c. To which he would call the attention of the ladies in town and country. Also, a superior lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats, Boots, Gaiters and Shoes, for gentlemen. March 20, 1853 tf Medicines, &n. Cod Liver Oil (Rushton & Clark) Avers' Pectoral, Wistar s lialsatn, Moffat's Bi tiers, Pills, Teters' Fhan. Vermifuge, Dead Shot J. N. SMITH, Gi een street. Swaim's Panacea, Wrisht's Piil. Brandeth's Tricophernus Jrtynes' Medicines, For sale by Jan 29, 1S52 "tf FOH SALE- 1 share of Fayette viile &. '"Western Plankroad stock. Apply at this office : tf . , Eayettcville, N. C. A:ril 9, 1S53 tf HOTEL FOR SALE. The Hotel at present occupied by John Har man. formerly known as the Planters' Hotel, near the foot of Hay Mount, Fayetteviile, is of fered for sale ; and possession can be had when ever desired. The House is large and cojinno dious, hns been thoroughly repaired within the last twele months, and is now, together with all the necessarj out-buildi ngs, in' complete and handsome Older. It now enjoys a large share of the locaWand transient custom, which, in the hands of a competent tenant, must begreatly in creased by the existing Plank Bonds nd con templated Kail Road, (the Depot of which will probably not be far from this House.) These considerations make it a very desirable proper ty to any one wishing to engage in the Hotel business, or to a capitalist desiring to make an investment in property increasing in value. The terms vill be made accommod ting. N. A. STEDM AN, W. T. HORNS. March 12, 1S-V3. 33-f. FALL GOODS. We are receiving our FALL and WINTER GOODS, consisting of a large stock of Uai'ilware and Cutlery, Including Turpentine Tools; bar, band. hoop. round, and. s luare Iron ot all descriptions; er nian, American, English and Cast Steel. Hollow and Wooden Ware; Boots and Shoes; Saddles. Saddlery and Leather. Hats and Caps; Staple Dry Woods; with our usual heavy stock of GROCERIES. 5-Country Merchants who purchase in this r,l7f ui.nl.l do well to call and examine our stock. J. &. T. WADDILL. Sept. IS, 1S52 ' """" Paints, Oil, 5cc. 1000 LBS. PURE WHITE LEAD, 20 bbls. Blake's Fire-proof Paint, Linseed Oil, Train Vegetable or Rosin Oil, dome Yellow, " Green, (in Oil,) Paris " " Putty and Putty Knives, Copal Varnish, Black Leather Varnuh, Brown Japan 44 Forslelow-by J- SMITH. Jan'v 20, ib23. 727-tf ROBESON COUNTY LAM) FOR SALE. The subscribers having purchased the entire interest of Thotnns J. Curtis in the Land 1-itelv o'.v ned bv h in ti;e county '1 ltjOeson, oiler for s'-le about 10,000 Ai r.i.s. iviucn or this I.atid is fine timber and turpentine land, and will be sold in quantities and on terms to suit purchasers. -Ml persons are hereby warned not to trespass on am f f these lands. r.s"w e w ill strictly enforce the law seainst all olfenders. ft JOSEPH THOMPSON, ROBERT S. FRENCH. Lumberton, March 1, 1853 3rn A. M. (J A MP HE'LL, AUCTIOXEES, Commission 3IvcIiaut, VA1E tT&VILX-E,-N, C TTa C--iW .' m m r i - . 1 m - si . i : -s-t . . The followinqearPta will, Qlntil tprt xiib : lice,, leave rf ietil.e at oelocJk in ttS'capTi in - 'rs i ";. V - SUr Zepnyr len trondarwJjThaf: V " " ' ire. . Vir Torpectine andnnwijiped i all the above bot9,(Xcept he isteame Ze-- vr Cr!PIers nf.;sticie ty rely on d . utv : HffOOilST'GO'OiTSI The subscriber is .now receiving and opening1, directly from New York, the Largest Stock of Goods ever offered in this place, consisting of a well selected assortment of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, Bonnets, Umbrellas, Parasoln, Hats of every description; a very large assort ment of Gentlemen's and Boys Ready-made Clothing; Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Groceries, &c. The subscfiber flatters himself '.that, from his long experience in busi ness', Bnd his cure in se lecting his stock, lie can o'fiier as good bargains as can be had in anv market. JOHN McINNIS. Floral College, May 14 42-4t S. BOON lias this day nssociat- ed with him J. O Boon, and the'busine-M will herejiter be conducted in the name of J. O. Boon &. Co. , We have removed three doors east from oar old stand and one door east from Messrs Hail & Sackett, w here we w ould be' pleaded to see Our old customers, and many new ones &s will favor us with a call We hove now on hand a good assortment cf Hardware and Cutlery, Crockery, Glass-ware and Groceries. Also Looking Glasses, various sizes, Window Glass from is by 10 to Hi hy 24 Wall Paper, Window Curtains, Bonis, Shoes, Leather Sec. J. o. BOON li CO. Fayetteviile, May 3, 1553. . 74-4t All those having claim pgsinst tre will pleas present them for. settlement, and ; It thoce in debted to me by riote or account will please set tle the name soon, as J.m obliged tt have money. May 14, 1S.).3 742-4t S. BOON. . Sii omerrills lalc a!of. Female Scmlrnry. There will be a public Examination tf the St dents of this Institution, on Monday and Tuesday, the 30th and 3lst inst, 0t v.hich patents and guardians interested, and the public generally, are invited to attend. Decl imation u Monday night. A. D McLEAN, Principal. May 14, IS 53 - 42-3t Ti us Hoops;". Hwckeis, Round Shoves, ' Roweling Knives," Cooper's Ciow s, Cooper's Compasses, Cooper's "Vices, Distillery Glue, And a variety of articles used by dfst il'ers bb4 Turpentine getters. C. E. LET. May 11, 1 ' 42-3t WANTED. ' A good TRIMMER, to whom good wag and steady employment will be given. Apply im- mediuleiv. J. W. ROGERS. May 14. 1So3 42 tf BACON ! DALON !! RAtUlv !!! 10,000 lbs. N(rth Cmiina Bacon. 20.000 lbs Western t-idts and Shoulders. For sle bv G. W WILLIAMS fc CO. May 14, 1S53 43-tf CAPE FEAR NAVIGATION1 COMPANY. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholder" will be held in Favetteville. on Friday, 3id Juut next May 14 JOHN H HALL. 42-31 Pienideut. S200 HEWAKD. A PUOCLAMA'IION, By Hit Excel leney, DAVID S. RE ID. Coter nor of the State of JVurth Carolina. Whereas it has been represented to me that one RANSOM POPE, late of the County cf Chatham, stand charged with tne murder i f one P..riB Pearce, in said County, and that lbs said Pope h. s fled from jsstiee and prob-bly es caped beyond ie limits of this Stale. Now, therefore, to the si.d that the aaid Pop may be arrested nd bro;ttht to tl ial 'r Said of. fence, I do hereby issue thin, my Proclamation, oflering a reward of two hundred dollars for his apprehension and delivery to the Sheriff tf Chatham County. DESCRIPTION. Ransom Pope is described to b abont thirty, five years of age, weighs ebout 1P0, and presents an athletic appearance, ha light red hair, fair complexion, and grev eyes, is slow spoken, and about five feet ten inches hijjh. 0? Given under my hand snd affected with the Great Seal of the State of V, el, n .-...linn it this t"it tif PvIailvW Vl? this 23d day f April, A. D., lsS8. DAVID 8 REID. Bv the Governor. Samuel T. Abams, jr.. Private Seeretary. May 7, 133 41-4t MALLKTT & PAULMIER7 Grorrrs v ' o"i mirricn sua joiHiiisntfs 135 Front street, New 'orit. P. MALLETT. J. PAULMIER. Dec. 20, 1S.'i2. ly Charles Banks, . cowrECTiowrn, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C September 19, 1955.. ' Notice to Travellers. The ecbscriher 'leeps constahtly an hand a handsome assortment of :ll kinds of Trunks V lises. Carpet Bags, to which he invites attea tioo - GEORGE BRANDT. eetev ts Mtr&t Heute and Fieycttcvilie TiOtwl April 2i l$S3 3m .