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If mulMcribt-rs order ilontinufi'ic of tlic-.r jiiKn. the pablis'u'rs may cintiaue to senl thum uutil arrciir.ii'S an paid. H. ub;triber3 n2tct or rfutalirtS their papers fi-f)!ii tho offl-st!. to which t!iy urn !t. they are he'.J rc (tii.mill till th'nir hills are cettled.' and their papers or-drii-l to be diseouliiiued. 4 ' The. ConrU h.tvo decii'i-il thrtt. ri fusin.-r to tnk a ni-wipapi-r or pTiil!cal from th;- Post Otti.-e. or removing anil I.ivi:i3 it uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of iu teutiuual fraud. "OT TIT . FO!? SALC AT T f I F. C A R OKI N I A N F F I C K , tt'7 5 cents jjcr qnisr. For niiy fjuntity over 0 quired,' GO cts per quire BIIlilTAi: V SJIjAKKS :ire st.ld ut the Car olinian OiSce, for CASH ONLY. .THOS. J- JOHSSOS ' Hjsjust received 10 Bhls New Orleans Molasses, ? v- 10 -. IjreYeil'iw Planting Potatoes. 0000 LI3 Northern B icon, -:;oor Lbs N. c. do. 1 , "J000 Busheis O.ts. '- 17 lllrds CiS). Moires,' Ploughs ami Castings, I'd icksrniths' Tools. ' " Also, 1 liht four-horse Wagon and I IJugy, 1 harness Horse, &c. C.' " . ' TilOS. J " JOILNSON, Person st. iM irtfi 5, lS'i'J - v l- '. tf X Caoi-jibelltoii property for sale. II 0E j & s B 0 1, S, I N w.E R made to : ' fr order. ' A I of Rabhet Metal for sale. W1N3LO W S riiEET. 1 S" I . tf Seot -CLE M K N T (i . W II I ti II T ' :v , A 1 1 o r ii v y at I. a w , .. F A Y K V T K V I L K. N. ,-fJlSce at the corner of liov and Green c. streets. Feb'y 5, 1S33 . .. j ,0fj- r "' ; .. .. : 1 : - - "As we intend making .i cinrige in oju- business, He offer fr sale what Dry G.mds we have on h.rTid, at cost;" We are receiving a 1 irge stock of Groceries, Hardware, Cooper's Tools, ice. 110 bags IJio, Ltguira and .fiva CofTee, 10 hhdPoi to Rico and N O Sugars, . , 75 bb'.s refi ied an 1 crushed do, 50 hh 1-i Mnl isses, '20 hhds 15 '.co,, n,500 lbs North Carolina Bacon, N I pickle. 1 I Ivrriug, -- -No 1 , -2 anl Al ickertd, And tnanyother articles. D. W. McLAURlN. ' April 10, 1S53 3--tt "WORTH & ELLIOTT, (Successors to J. D. Williams,) tf OH WAR DING & COMMISSION MJKEidI ANTS. FA YCTTEVI L L E , wo u rn. 1 rv. N . p. C . . KLLIOTT. J. A May 7, 1S53 tf We have just received a fresh supply of Tea, from the Pekiti Tea Company, of all qualities, which we warrant to'give s:tisf ictin, or no charge. , ' D. Sc April U, 1S-53 3S-tt" W. McLAURlN. Would respectfully inform the public that he is still at hi" old stand carrying on the above busi ness in all tti branches. He returns thanks.lor the liberal patronage he has received, and hopes , by a strict attention to business, and a desiie to please all and give general satisfaction, to merit - " continuance .of the same. ' He warrants all his work to be made of the - best material and by experienced workmen - having si more experienced and practical Smith, 1 he flatters himself that his work will compete w itH any made in the State for style, elegance and durability; and should any of it fail in 12 inonf bf (witli fair usage) either in workmanship -or material, he will repair it free of charge Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and examine his work, as he js determined to sell Iovv for cash or on short time. Orders thanltfully i. received and promptly at- . - tended to. 001 Repairing neatly executed at short notice and lowest possible prices. Fayetteville, Feb, 12, 1S53. We want to purchase young Negroes. ; J. ii T. WADDILL. ,usust 13, 1653. - ci n n Tvrvi 'VfA'h irri ' . JU1 V .JUT 9F W -fVe.rt Wy receiv.n our Spring Good,. lar?8rsocfr than any (Viriuere, coiirftirr-oC, GOODS if- 7I1 A It i V A Ii E , HATDAPS, BOOTS AND-Sft-OGS. - 'InJyfldifion to theabove w hai'e added to onf Stock a ..wrge; auj well selected assortlnent of - ;.V Ready-made - CiolhinGT. . ' All of Mtfei2f we filter to buyers at ar uual l&iX filW STOCK , I SRA SO X'A ffcK G OODS. The su!).scf iber respectfully .bejjs leave to in form his 'customers .and the public generally, that he h ts just received his Stock of SPUING.. AND 'SUMMER-' GOODS, Embracing a General Assortment of Shijrle and Fancy Dry (JooiU. Bonnets, isse' and (MiiKIreii s Hats, Worsted "Patterns, Umbrellas and PaiasoU, lots and Shoes. ALSO, SUGAR AND COFFEE, &.c. &c. P. S MEM WELL, North-west Corner Market . SqMnre, Green st. Fayetteviilt N. C, April 0, 737-tf Wil.ler's latent I? ire Pro iff Salamander We are agents for the sale of 'the above Safes, nod oiler them at Manufacturer's prices, adding freight. We intend keeping a supply always on hand of various sizes and prices. These Safes are considered among the best in the U. States. We have received part of one dozen, at prices from S-30 to 173. D. & V 3S-t!" McLAURlN. April in, 1S33 s A Pv E Y Has on hand a beautiful assortment of JVT'to Spring tS Summer Goods. lie desires to return thanks to his fiiends and the'puWic for the liberal patronage which thej have bestowetl on him; and desires a continuance of the same. His friends and the public are re quested to give him a call, at the stand former ly occupied by S. J. Hindsdule, south west cor ner Market Square and Gillespie street. April 30, 15.3 10-Gin . : - New Stocl of Spring: &. Summer yTIte jtuhciib is nov receiving "a large anof well selected stock ol Goods, comprising a gen eral assortment of Dry Goods, Ready-made Clothing, J'o'ots and Shoes, Hats and Cajs, Hardware and Cutlery, Saddlery, GROCERIES, "&.c Sec, Wh'ch will be sold low for cash, or exchanged for turpentine and country produce." lie returns his warmest thanks to his old menus anu customers lor tne liner. a patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes to merit a continuance of the same. NATHAN. KING. Kingsbury, April 10, 1S53 tf MARBLE FACTORY LAUDER. Nearly Store. Oct 1 opposite - 5 2 y to E W Willkings' Auction FAYElTEViLLE, Is . C. CHAIRS The ubscriber offers for sale some 1' or "20 dozen Chairs of various patterns, ma u n fat' t u red in this place of well-seasoned wood, tire best the country allorus; auu it eauineii by .-uiljcient pat ronage, will continue to manufacture chairs of such materia 1 &. work mans!) i p as will i usure their" durability. Also, a general assoi tment of north ern Chairs at the lowest prices. A liberal price will be given in cash or barter for a few thousand feet of wel I -seasoned poplar Lumber, J i to 2 inches thick, I I inches and up wards wide, clear of splits, ice. Also split hickory and white oak wanted. D UN C A N M cNElLL. Favetteville, March 20, 1S52. tf The Steamer Fanny Luttciloh will in the future leave Favetteville on Tuesday and Friilav mornings, at o o'clock, and Wilming ton Wednesdays ;md Saturdays at 12 o'clock and run reguh'rly, carry ing freight and passenger s w ith despatch. T. r 0 1 s. tf LUTTERLOH. July 31, 1S52. JSTotice to Turpentine Distillers. I have now on hand a number ol'Spirit Barrels, made of the best seasoned material, and by good workmen. And am making about eight v barrel per week. Those wanting wdl do well to give me a call. T. R. UNDERWOOD. July 0, 1S53. 750-tf . BY CiiSO. " ";i""'S''V'J5-""5f, ixpj' HX-A " ' 'i ii inS-na Just received and for sale, No 3 Mackerel, No. l Herrim, Salmon Cod Fish, ' 5,000 lbs best cured N. C. Bacon, Lime, Calcined Plaster Parish, Hydraulic Cement, Plastering Hair. J. W. POWERS & CO. July 27, 1S33 53-tf McDOXALIh & McMASTER J irti&eJtHst j.ecr i ved a fall and complete stoxrk if JlQCERIf:s,-PROVI SIOS, &c, to ..it.ethe atterttioo of the citizens an rrhich they tiens andsurround- 4itfonntrv.' tnneiito punctual customers..' Thev purch;ied tf It poods' for rash, and this will enable i herii to ell tpw. Tlfev have facilities that m a iiv houses Avtfnot i hey have agents established in Balti- fflofrsml New Y orlt, who always advise them of 4ht. change in articles in their,line aod who purcnase oniy nenuargainsare to re ti .j. j we, liee&ilways on .hand a splendid assortment-of i fofeiifjiiS -iafiiestie Jtquoi-8:''--'fiuft-.jcjknHbed am! rswiovJava am Laffn!rror.efrrf 1taHrtsr!;- fTew.tiJHeans.and Cuba table &ack salt; bacon, lard, tness pork. smoked beef , drved venison: ino 1,2 and 3 mackerel; butter, cheese, flour, rr.eal, corn, oats, tobacco, candles, copperas, saleratus, indi go, madder, spice, pepper, fiinrer nutmejf, cina mon, epsom salts, hardware, cutlery, crockery, ant classware; and a variety of other goods. They tke this method of thanking the commu nity and their country friends for the very libe ral patronage bestowed on thern; and intend, by selling goods oiv, to increase their former trade always keeping in view that a nimble sixpence is worth a slow shilling. Yellow Building, between the Market House and the Hank of the State, Gillespie Street, Favetteville, N. C. March -26th. 1S."j3. 35-tf. T2ie Largest. Carriasre Factory in tie Sou Hi I RESPECTFULLY informs hi? friends and the public, that he has built up large substantial Brick Buildings at his Old Stand, expressly for manufacturing Carriages. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has received for the last 2 1 j ears, he hopes by strict attention to business, with a desire to give satisfaction, to merit a continuance of the same. He warrants his work to be. made of the best material and In experienced workmen in each branch of the business. His work w ill compare favorably with any made in the United States, for neatness and durability. He is determined to sell and do any work in his line on as good terms as any work done else where that is as well done. He now has on hand, finished, the LARGEST STOCK of Carnages. Barouches, Ro ex- aw ays, and Baggies, eyer odTered in this place, and. a very larg ol wont nearly hlnslied, 'wliitfTT w ill be fiiisht dally. All of which viTl be sold very low for Cash, or on short time to p'uuctual customers. Ca: He has on liaml more than ONE II UN D NED AND FIFTY Vehicles finished and in course of construction. (J-All work made by him is warranted 12 months with fair usage, and should it fail by bad oi -Kmausliip o material will be repair ed fr ee of c barge. Persons wishing to buy would do well to call and examine for themselves. Orders thankfully received and promptly at tended to. Repairing executed at short notice and on very leasouable terms. June 1, 1S53. 43-tf IMPORTANT ! !! DAGUERREOTYPES!!! Sec vice tlie Snilow e-i-c the Solisttiucc Fades,' The subscriber begs le-.ive to inform the citi zens of Fay e 1 1 e v ille that lie has taken the room formerly occupied by T. O Smith, (Bcnbow &. Kvle's building,) where he will remain for a short time, and respectfully solicits a call lrcm the i!i..,ns whether they wish pictures or not. I if is provided with the most approved appa ratus, . i : i t J with a large and beautiful selection of -Vi.vf.-x, Frames Lockets, Pins, &,':., in which he will place 1'ictures, single or in groups of al mot iiiiv number, and warrant them to be taken in the BEST STYLE OF THE ART, and NEV- i-'I tn .'inp l.;i n,f thn iv'niln f! to I- AIJE. rail not then wnile the opi)or tuuity money is atforded you, to secure that which cannot purchase after the loved Parent, Husband, Vv lie. Child or h riend sliall have pass ed away, namely: A CORRECT AND UNFAD ING LIKENESS, which can now be obtained at so little trouble, and expense, by calling at the subscriber's room. Once more I say C3'Give me a call, sit for your picture, and in no case are you expected to take it unles entirely satisfactory. Particular attention paid to the taking of Children, which is done in a few seconds. He is also prepared to t.iKe the likenesses of ihe ick or deceased, which will be done at their resi dences. Oil Paintings, Engravings, Daguerreo types, ic, correctly copied. J. . WALDEN. Daguerreotypist. X. I'.. I.njii's arv rrsiuoFtcil to dress in figured or dark :na ti-ri.: I . a voiding white, lijriit. hlue or dnk. A nH!-f oi shawl jivos a plfasiui; v If net t th' ieture. tor j-i:llir-tuou a I'tivk or lijrurel vest auI era vat. so that the hi-soui In' not Imi much i xi-mm-iI. Fcr ' hildren dai'l stri d .r tigun-tl dresses, lace work. Kinglets add luuelr lo the bma ty of t lie picture. July 10, fi-3 51 -2m To Oisiiilers aiiti S5j supers ol" The undersigned having completed his large and commodious Warehouse, situated on "the River Bank, at Lower Favetteville, is now prepared to receive Spirits Turpentine on Sto rage. He expects to dexote his ie attention to the business, and those who Store their Spirits eith him, may depend upon his being in the Warehouse every day so as to detect any leakage that nrav occur. Having a good cooper always in the Warehouse, he will be able to make it an object to those who engage in the manufacture as well as t shippers to patronize him. All Spi rits received in good order, will be kept so free of charge. - Moderate charge made for such us n received in bad condition. Merchants Imving the article will save much trouble and expense by sending it directly to the Warehouse for inspection. The subscriber being in no wise interested or concerned in .mv of the Boats, will in all cases ship as directed by the owner or shipper I SHAM BLAKE. June 25, 1S53 4S-3rn t ft x i r zmI r 10 P.bls. New Orleans Molasses. A. W. Aug. 13, 1S53: 53- STEEL. it I havAtf fe JP. barrels of , very fine oltL3lrartdv suUVij for those taakiri" jswd .wine. J ... '.' t "' lit' it'.i ft- Jiimif flr- AI J i-ProBS i ebted4ctttejrih4r either by riJte acc Trf M.lk,jlTry -?McJ,. Mc3' :ttdsett ; HiSni.etijf fu?V-u iofgeoce iwte-tr ace'- ytt yfii I plf! 1 7n ;f ooi :v?f Tfti old " stand of. Ji ran son Son. Th undersigned have just received a large stock of Goods, embracing a general assortment recently thought in the northern rn.u ket, under favorable cir cumstances. . They have 1 JLoaf, crushed, powdered and brown sugars; Java, Lajuira & Rio Coffee; pepper, spice, gin ger, cloves and nutmeg?; sop. carb soda; Indigo; madder; bsrax; camphor; alum; eps. salts and salt petre; moLsses; syrup; sajt; iron; saddles, bri dles and inartiugals; collars; wagon and buggy whips; spades, shovels and forks; trace, dog, tongue, breastnd halter chain; cofi'ee mills; wagon boxes; mill, cross-cut and hand sav s; cut nails and spikes; with a good assor tment of pock et and tabte cutlery; blacksmith tools complete; turpentine hackers, scrapers, dippers and axes; I broiid and chomong axes; guns; window alass; rivals. A large stock of ready-made clothing i "1 and statue dry goods; girnny and hemp bagging: rope and twine; Sweede and American bjr iron; square and octagon cast steel; German and Bris tol steel: safety fiiie and blasting powder; hats, caps, hoots and shoes- Western and North Caro lina bacon; together with almost every article sold in this market, al! of which will be sold at fair prices for cash, on time to prompt custo mers, or couirtrv produce generally. G W. WILLIAMS & CO. July 30, 1S53 53-tf J. VV. ROUGE US, Manufacturer of BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, SUL'CIES AND VE HICLES OF EVERY Dl-CRIPTION, 3L umber to ii, N. 7., Respectfully announces to the public, that he lias at last succeeded in engaging the services of experienced, skillful, and competent workmen in every branch at' his business, and that he is now prepared to execute all orders for any kind of work in his line, in a style that cannot fail to give satisfaction. All materials and workmanship from his shop are warranted to be of the best quality, and to stand, w ith fair usage, for 12 months. His terms are as favorable as any in the State. - July 30, 1S53 "u3-tf Will be given for the apprehension if Geo. W. !vrfc?oVMiJJ Who r ouatii me? ul sjioSW hh - WetTineS day night the 3d institit in Ashboro, N. C, at Mrs Hoover's Hotel. Said McDonald is about 0 feet high, spare made, heavy whiskers, and has ver y gen t iemanly manner s. He said he'was a native of Fayet tevi lie, N. C. The uo-ove reward will be given for his confinement in any Jail so that I can prosecute hifp. WILLIS HESTER, Near Hillsborough, N. C. Aug 11, 53- lt-pd WORLD'S FAIR. Crystal Palace, Tersons visiting New York or traveling through North Carolina, should prepaie them selves by cal ling at M. A. BAKER'S, sign of the Bisr Gun, opposite the Post Office, where they will find a large assortment of double and single barrel Shot Guns, Rifles and Pistols, of all quali ties; Colt's Repeating, Allen's Revolving, Wes son's Repeater" and self-priming Pistols. Powder Flasks, Shot and Game Bags, Percus sion Caps of French and English make, also a large assortment of Gaming rrxtures, which ill be sold at tire lowest cash pr ices. REPAIRING ed' every thing in the Gunsmith line will be done at short notice, in tire best manner, and for a small charge. Rilles of all kinds constantly on hand and man ufacture!! to order, and warranted to shoot from 1 00 to POO yards. Persons wishing to purchase any of the above-named articles, w ill do well to give me a trial. M. A. MAKER, Sign of the Wooden Gun, Hay street, opposite the Po Office. , 1553 Cm Julv .$150 Reward. We w ill give one hundred dollars for the ap prehension and confinement of HANNIBAL, a slave, (formerly the property of" Mr Win G. Matthews.) in any jail so that we can get him, or oi.i- hundred and fifty dollars i f delivered -to us at Halifax Court House, Virginia POINDKXTEK & EDMONDSOX. By Wju. L. Callals, Agt. July 23, 1553 52-tf S-FOR SALE.8 Tlie subscriber otters for his DWELLING HOUSE on sa I e the South side of Moore Street. The ut-houses are all near S Owelling and. i ly new, and in good repair. There is a Hirittv young orchard on the premises, and an excellent U ell of w ater Ihe situation is healthy am! convenient. DAVID M.cDUFFIE. Ib53 tf Favetteville, Julv 10 $59 He ward. Rviiway from the subscriber about the 1st of June, a negfo 1Jf. !)y tne lliJl(ie of JENNY. He is about six ft-tt high, stout built, and dark com pacted, fbe said negro is supposed to be lurking in ine neigi,tK11 -jlootj ,,( o ,.. . .... rWl( River I give the above reward fr the said negro Uehvered County. to mi at White Hull, Bladen W. L. MOORE. 733-tf .Toh 30, IS53. 'HlOMAS EVA.VS, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IX EQUITY, JIarion C. II., S. C, Will practice in the Distiietsof Marion, Darl- ngton, and Horry. Julv 30, IS33 .Jm XtfOTXCE. JACOB OTTARIJURG will be at the Session of Moore Court, on the 22d of August, for 'the purpose of selling Matiesses of a superior quali ty. All those wishing to buy would do well to give him a call. - Aug. 1-jth, 1S53. 53-2t BAirFO.RTVHAKBOll. -1 TjCTh I rna t t V t'nd Ofep9fi?it1U-eU : in t;tsF.iiifjwtl Jderoh' their -;remise at AVtuie lljilljtyi.icday the Gist o' of October uest la&e number ot valuable Lots. T ' -i " , V.Thelands 6T thi'S-Cotrfffiiny f roftt two mile mi f tff' mhsC -aceesiblei td best-ftatt-ol Ihe Harbor arxjare in fall view 11 thePfftanr-arvl are.ron-sidred-the moat' salaaHii"ou it. TheJr.W'llhe nejj andj taare. v0" ,mProTr,,,rn lusav w jiu teiiini tn- f c&nrrii vwn wt anueotvtf -ri4kt the - JHai bbr b.enejit'i ads,," e Cavclin Cty tnev nave . v agents or drujimers ern nart of the State" or any where else, offering to sell Lots t a low rate to secure influence, but that all the sales of their land are required,, by the articles of agr eement, to be to rli-highest bidder. The gentlemen who compose this Company have made arrangements to improve their Uiwls to the amount of about $30,000. During the win ter and ensuing spring, a large Hotel will be built. Wharves, Turpentine Distilleries anCTa, Steam Saw Mill wilrbe put d n "operation.' There is excellent cly on tire premises for making brick and also on the adjacent waters; and as experience has proved the importance of lire proof buildings in a commercial place, the board wiH not allow any but substantial tir proof -buildings to be permanently erected on ull' lllt'' '"-'.V sell. r M' . - I . .. ' .. , 1 l.rmi'.f Will jo pel o ns w ua . nay v ..... lease lots for a term of years. They respectfully invite all. persons in aiiy way interested to be present at the sale and see for hemeles.: Es pecially mechanics; ship carpenters, oricic ma sons, sic, as fr them no richer harvest can be promised than the future prospects of Carolina City. .-Terms of Sale. One fourth cash the balance in installments at 12, 18 and 2t months, interest from date. By older of the Board, T. X. UNDERWOOD, President. August 13, 1S33. 33-2m . . - 4, FURNITURE AT AUCTION. ON MONDAY N E.N.T, at my Store, a lot ot FURNITURE consisting of Beds, Mattresses, Chairs, Sofa., Crockery, Glassware, foo. Also, a valuable PIANO, if not previously disposed of at private sale A. M. CAMPBELL. 5-3-2 1 is nostjioned ( August 13, 1S53. tiCr? The above Sale Monday the 22d inst. FOR SALF. IOOO ACHES OF LASD. The subscriber oilers for sale hisr valuable Plantation in Robeson cnuuty, on both, sides of the Lort'fi-e-rMiUia Io miles South West of Fav- et te v i rle-ana w H I f-tbe trnfrrms o f-f e ray-t . r 1 1 F"J1 1'U ' 4u i wtr r; Plank Road- '.;?'" I An opportunity is now 'ofTered for an invest ment, which cannot be equalled in Ihis part of the country. The land is heavily and densely covered with pines, olfer ing a great inducement to all persons engaged in Timber and Turpen tine. '"The cleared landtabout 100 acres',) and in fct all is productive superior to' air in that county. - A bargain may be had. Terms liberal ARCH'D A. T. SMITH. Favetteville, Aug. 13, -5-'L 35-tf COMMON SCHOOLS The pamphlet'containing the Common School Laws, one copy for each Committee man, ur:.y be h.id by application at the office of the Superin tendent. E. L. WINSLOW, Chairman. August 13. 133- ' 55-2t VALUABLE LASD.S KOil . ALK. I oiler forsale my Plantation, situated 13 miles below Favetteville on the VVilming4n road, on tlie north-west iue f Cape Fear River, contain ing seven hundred and lifty acres. I'ire river land is of the best farin.ing lands in this part of the country the wood lands are first rate for turpentine, u it h -c.omQituble dwellings. Early application is desire J. : JNO. T. WRIGHT. Willis' Creek, N C, Aug S,1S53 55-tf TATUABLB TAXDSFfJli"ALEr The subscriber oilers for sale hi Plantation situated 15 miles below Favetteville, on the Wil mington road, on the north-west side of Cape Fear River, containing seven hundred acres. The river Irnd is of the best filming lands in the county; the back lands good turpentine land, with good improvements, well watered, remark ably healthy, and the best stand for a store in the county. Early application is desired. JAMES WRIGHT. Willis' Creek, N C, Aug S, l-53 " 55-tf COFAUTMiltSllIP.. Tk-e subscr ibers have this day formed a Co partnership for the transaction of a general Mer cantile business. under the firm and sfle of A. M. &. C. S. JOHNSON. AM. JOHNSON. C. S. JOHNSON. Favetteville, Aug. 5, 15-53. 75l-tf WATCHES & JEWELRY Tbe.Subcr fber has re-eut-ly returned from tha North with decidedly a very RICH ano weii-seiecieii siock ol X t'lUj Watches cV Jewelry, ft.Xr U"; embraeiog all the LATEST Oyfl. VjfsVyaJ styles and fashions. A large it of SI LV E R W A R E ; spoons, soivp ladles, ftugar tongs, dining and de sert forks, plain threaded, Jenny Lindand Bruns wick patterns; butter knives; mugs; salt, cream and mntar"d poons. PLATED GOODS; tea sets coilee urns, chamber &. par lor candlesticks, castors, sugar dislu sixers and trays, ladies' work boxes. ir.,.i- full assortment ot lll.H Awa .,y.,c. .it..:....., ii ..frs. (lutes, fifes, accordeons. a7.d small music boxes, some with ""'"" - - -- - . . . . ...... et ; violins, om fine OlilIIOl--,',1,i'" . .1. Italian; surveyors' compasses and chains; mathe :..,.i.mpnr: eve-a I asses, fr miners tnaiieai iiiju r verv superior razors and-steaps'; biie scissors. large lot of ptrCKET & TABLE CUTLERY, ;ornei,. sets of 1 ideces; pocket knives w.tb spoon, fork, flera.&c A large lot of well sl-ct-et double-barrel guns, powder flasks, shot belts, rame bags. &-C. A ood assortment ot Colls' and virions othr kinds pistols; 5 or 0 diflerent kinds clocks : walking canes, and various other no tions w hich I would like to sell very low. 1 J M. DEASLEY. Favetteville, Aug. 13, 1S33. 3m Cliarlestuwn by the EnaUsH, .SiipAi'l Devastation on - ihi: S'Rtli ulr. causinit Fmuch (lamaze. . lie intend' against Ihe procectlingS. and serious trm- ble is Jipprehentleif- There is tnucli feel ing'agaiuat ilie-Bi itrslr authorities. From the RakgiU Register. V THE GREEN; SUN OF 1S31. 'J.'-, , . In the , niemory of many yet living ' there occuned in 1 83 1 1 a 'phenomenon "' whiclr will never be foru'tteri' by theJn, and which will be bunded down 'tradi tion t their remotet cnertition.' Par allel circumstnnces ave ihe yhefioinetiott an unusual importance, and alf the lean- ju of supM-istition added lo its strength. In Ihe year IS:, in the month of Au--ust, lunn the ilng tlays, appeared what was called the green xim. For many days previous, a heavy ant! mysterious silence had chained the 'elements, no clouds had obscured the sky, ami no forked !ihttiin had 'cleaved tlie firmament. Thedeep muttei ins of the thunder were 'unheard, yet a pall bun- over the face of nature. A sdrane and solemn calm rested upon every tiling, 'and men looked vvonderin" al each other to divine (he result. Those who have read Iat robe's voyage down Ihe Ohio, in 181 1, at the time when the "real earthquake of that year devastat ed the west, it they saw this phenomenon, can enter iuto his feelings. Then the Sun seemed to stand fetill in its course, para lyzed and benumbed, shorn of its rays, and powerless for good or'evil while nature stood ahaiit, waiting the hidden agency which was to assert a new. power. I)ays passed on upon the Ohio, and while a general gloom overshrouded the country, V liie issuu was at last unexpectedly'preci pilaled, and the whole valley f the Vy- j: torn tv he iiuul . r errilile f n ihi '' - iTniTwr: in Ndriherii VivTuincat" In 1831, nature here assuineheskiK mysterious ".aib. and those who remember- vti tlie disasters of New Madrid and. the valley of the Mississippi, looked forward ' tt a repetition ot the same. At Iedh the crisis seemed to have come. The sun, which rose clear and cloudless in the morn ing ami reached, the meridian in full glory, after passing it, began to assume a pale and si, kly hue, and by four o'clock was totally deprived of all illuminating power. It then had the appearance of a greenish globe, thitklyset across ils diameter with black spots of various size's; .which con- . tiuucil visible to the naked eye, until tun set. Iy after tlay this was repeated, until the heart became sick with dreatl anticipation. Nor were fears misplaced or credulity too active It was then, by a strange coincidence of horrors, .that the murderous blow s or Nat. Turner were struck, and the iietirtits of Soutbamntoii believed for a while that thev were fret? oieii. r.hen, in this State, and Virsinia. with the sky looming vengeance upon us, ami encouraging the blacks to freedom, according to the reading- of the oracle, were enacted those horrible tragedies, so eagerly sought to be renewed by the aboli tionists of this dy. No man went to hii betl without placing his gun, within reach, and no family separated for the night wilh out tiismal lot ebodings. The enemy was of their own household. But the defeat of the insurgents in Virginia, and summary punishment upon tire rebellious in North Camlina, at length restored quiet, and though those disturbances wilt never be forgoUc", they will be remembered as things. that cannot be repealed. W hite man reasumed his accustomed calm, nature proceeded to da the saute, and al ter a daily obscurity of same weeks, the sun shone out with his usual brilliancy and fervor. A solution to this phenomenon has never been oliered. It seems never to have attracted tire attention of philosophers. It may have been owing to dense exhala tions from previous copious rains, which hung suspended in the air, ithout assum ing the cloud form. Why the sun, how ever, should have assumed the green hue, seems beyond explanation. It certainly did, however, and left the face of the King of tlay exposed to the irreverent curiosity of the profane, showing more patches than he is generally willing to acknowledge. v A lai of 1'ko.misk.. 'NehemiahT my love," saitl Mrs Wilkin to her first born, who was just entering Ids twelfth year. "what has become ol your Sunday panta loons?" I swapped 'em away, mother, for a book.' "1 am delighted, my sou, to find you so devoted to study. Not for twenty pair of pantaloons would I baulk the bent of your genius. But what book do you find irresistibly attractive, my dear boy? 'Pilgrim's Progress,' or the Whole Duty of Man.' .- . . -: .i "No, ma'am, it wasn't 'zackly that, i ,.i. .r i. - . . - Iuui ituittuioiog oi me same nature; it - was the 'Whole Art of Boxing!' " -:-t ''.l..,.iiK"f'. : w. Sk-1. 1 " '. - - , with.utl ffle caniaitv of ihVrhftAVNy V J tit ine w-e- i -v - '. ""'v' - i I , - - . r--r . i I . . - - !