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POINTED BY -WILLIAM J. YATES. - ROBERT K. B 11 Y A 9, Editor,:: Term of Subscription to the 3T ortli Cafollnlan : For a single copy, if paid in advance, per annum, $2 00 .".. at the end of 3 months, 250 " " " at the end of 6 months, 3 00 . " at the end of the year, 3 50 No subscription will be received for a shorter period thanone year unless paid in advance. With the view of extending the circulation and en hancing the usefulness of the paper, the proprietors of fer the following remarkably low CLUB RATES, IJVVARIABLV JJV ADVAjyCE: " 5 copies of the Carolinian, 1 year, $8 00 . L 10. " " 5: -,. '. " 15.;-IQ 'i- -Letters 'liaa'trt)ieBi)ii must i addressed to the undersigned, and must be post paid. Rates of Advertising: Sixty cents per square of 16 lines for the first and thirty cnts for each subsequent insertion, unless the advertisement in published for more than two months, when it will be charged For three months, ----- $4 00 For six months, ----- G 00 For twelve months, ----- 10 00 irr- All advertisements must be handed in by Friday 10 o'clock, a. m., to ensure their insertion in the next day's paper, and should hav the desired numler of in Bertions marked on them, ortberwise they will be in serted till forbid and charged accordingly. BRYAN & YATES. SECOND STOCK. PBARCE fc PEMBERtON i ;; Are now receiving, in addition to their former Stock, a beautiful assortment of DRESS GOODS. Satin Striped Berages. Colored Embroidered Robes, Ladies Collars and Under-Slccvcs, Velvet and other Trimmings, Bonnet Ribbons, ' Cravats and Stocks, a Shirts, Collars. Ac. EXPRESSLY FOR T11E WHOLESALE TRADE. April 1, 1854. P. & P. Hay Street, M.ARBLE FACTORY, BY GEO. LAUDER. Nearly opposite to E. W. Willkings' Auction Store, Favetteville, X. C. Oct. 1, 1853. " y CARTHAGE HOTEI,. Having recently purchased the above establishment from Maicom Kelly, Esq., I am now prepared to enter tain in a comfortable manner those who may give me a call. Having ample stables, good, hostlers and a dis position to accommodate. 1 trust 1 shall be able to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor me with their patronage. IT. C. MeLEAN. December 3, 1853. 70-tf CLEMEST G. WRIGHT, Attorney at. I.n. v, Fayettcville, N. C. Office at the corner of Bow and Green streets. F-Vy 3, 185:1. CEDAR FALLS Cotton xngs for sale by Nov 12, 1853 y ' Yarns and Sheet- TROY &' MARSH. Eicculoi'n Notice. The undersigned having, at March Term of Cum berland County Court, qualified as Executor of the last Will and Testament of Mrs R. McRae. dee'd, notifies all persons having claims against the Estate to present th"in within the time limited by law, otherwise this notiee will be pleaded in bar of recovery. Debtors to the E.fl&e will please make immediate payment. JAMES A. McRAE, Executor. March IS, 185. S5-tf JTOTICE. THOSE who are indebted to me by Note or Account will please settle the same. And all debts due raepri- lulrcucc canuot be given. A. A. McKETHAX. Oct 1, 1853. tf IC. BI. MURCHISOX, Commission and ForwrdlnR BlercJiant, WlI.MIXGTOK, X. C. January 7, 1854 y NOTICE. The Favetteville Ice House will be opened daily for the delivery of Ice from 54 to 7 o'clock, A.M., com mencing Monday, 17lh inst. Tickets for Ice are now ready for sale at the store of fi. W. Williams fc Co. No Ice will lie delivered ex cept to tickets, as it is not intended to keep any ac counts. When called on to deliver Tee outside of the time specified above, double the regular price will be charged. " .Toil's' D. WILLIAMS. April 8, 154. 8S-tf AG KIC IXTVB. ATj. We hive received our usual stock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, such as Plourhs, Harrows. Cultivators. Ac. Ac. J. & T. WADDILL. A new 2 horse Wagon, complete, for sale. March 18, 1854 J. fc T. W. I. K'MILLAX. J. C. ROWDEX. BI'.BIir.IAN fc nownEs, TNSPECTt RS OF NAVAL STORES AND PRO VISIONS. Ofhee, corner of North Water and Ches nutt Streets. Wilmington, N. C. April 8, 1854. " . 88-3m James C. Smith. Miles Costix. JAMES C SMITH &. CO., Co m miss in n Me.rcJi a n ts, Have removed their office to the second story of the building formerly occupied by the Telegraph Company, where thoy are prepared to attend to all business in the Commission line. All business entrusted to them will be punctually attended to. Wilmington. Jan'y 14, 1854. 76-ly Runaway from the subscriber, his Negro men, J OIIN and TOBEY. John is about 26 years old. 6 feet 1 inch high, weighs about i85 or 190 lbs. Tobey aged about 22 yearss 5 feet 9 inches high, stout, and weighs 175 lbs. They were bought from Mr James Surles, of Cum berland county, and will probably be lurking in that neighborhood. Tobey has a wife at Mr Richard Bird's, in Johnston County. Fifty Dollars for either, or one hundred Dollars for both, will be paid for their appre hension and delivery to the subscriber, or for their con finement in any Jail in the State, so that he can get them. An additional sum of One Hundred Dollars will be paid for the conviction of any person of harboring the above Negroes. JOHN COLEY. Fair Buff, Columbus Co. N. C, Oct. 6. 63-tf 1200 ACRES OP LAND FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale twelve hundred acres of Land, located in the lower end of Richmond county. It is about equi-distant from Floral College, Lauren burg High School, and Laurel Hill. The Land is well adapted to the growth of corn, cotton, wheat, Ac. It also offers great inducements to those engaged in the turpentine and lumber business. I have constituted Alexander McLean, Esq, my agent, during my absence, to whom all communications in regard to the matter may be addressed at Gilopolis P. O., Robeson county. Luther Blue, who resides near to the premises, will take pleasure in exhibiting them to any one who may call for that purpose. J. G. BLUE. Oct. 22, C4-tf TO BIIIIj owners. The subscriber takes this method of informing his friends and the public that he still continues in the Mill Wright business and all its branches, viz: foundering, framing, and erecting Water or Steam Mills upon vari ous principles, either with simple or complicated ma chinery. He returns his thanks to the public for the liberal patronage he has received heretofore, and hopes by strict attention to business, and by giving general satisfaction, to merit a continuance of the same. He flatters himself that his work will compete with that of any other machinist for speed and durability. All per sons who want work done in the above Ifftemtmld do well to give him a call, as he has several competent workmen in his employ, and is prepared to execute all jobs at the shortest notice and on very reasonable terms. Orders promptly attended to. For further information address the subscriber at Johnsonville, Cumberland county, N. C. D. B. JOHNSON. November 16, 1853 y-ipd. OwjW GIJVL.'S SE PJL.CS CLT1U BUltlH. The Subscriber, a prnatieal Boot-p&r Of some x- 'exa7iratwrii t' tip yet supplied to the public in the way of a suitable burnish for boots and shoes. Most of the articles now used either injure the leather or fail to impart that lustre so necessary to give to man's " un derstanding " a proper finish. He has therefore, dur ing the last twelve months, been devoting himself to the task of preparing an article free from these objec tions, and has at length after much investigation and experiment completely succeeded. The result Gill's ne pius ultra Burnish.' He only wishes that it may be tested in order to establish its superiority over all others. Call on him at his shop opposite Mr Lauder's Marble Factory, Hay street, and be supplied with an excellent article at a cheap rate. THOMAS GILL. Nov 9, 1853 tf NOTICE. THE subscriber offers for sale, his LANDS, six miles North of I ayetteville, and about one mile from the Fayettcville and Raleigh Plank Road, consisting of about twelve hundred and sixty acres of land, suited to the making of Turpentine or Timber. There is also on the premises, a good Saw and Grist Mill, all in good repair and now in operation ; also, a Dwelling, and all the necessary outhouses, in good repair. Also, another tract of two hundred and fifty acr-s,'on the head waters of Carver's Creek, known as the Tarry Place, on which there is a small Farm, a Dwelling House and other houses. On the first named tract, there is cut about twenty five thousand Turpentine Boxes, from two to four vears old. All the above lands will be sold on the most accom modating terms. Persons wishing to purchase, will please call on the subscriber, who will take pleasure in showing the above lands. WM. R. BOLTON. Oct. 27, 1853. 65-tf Large sale os REAL ESTATfi. - By virtue of a Decree of the Court pf Eqcfi Cuujilerland County, - rendered at Spring Tertayl I slrtrtl, on SATURDAY the 15th day -of July nek the Market House in the Town of FayettevilkV-"' for sale the following property belonging to the C of the late Robert Strange " 5000 Acres of Land lying on ; the west side Cape Fear, about three miles from Favetteville, kit' as the Myrtle Hill place, the late residence of the Robert Strange. 360 Acres adjoining the above, qn the north, - T a portion of the lands of Hugh Campbell, deeY as the Pine Park Lands. ' 17 Acres adjoining the above' on wlTC. fortable Dwelling, Kitchen, &c. " oia Acres on the east side o HUH UlilriU XVtVdi?, t 1 7J 11 V CJ Lilt ACVJ&U f vtlle. This is fine Timber and Turpentwe Land. .... rne Timber has never been cut. , , ' One Lot on Ramsey street, north of Mrs Buxton's containing li acres. , ' - One Lot on Mumford street, known as the Basin Lot. At the same time and place will be sold, Pew No. 44 in' St. John's Church. 1 Share of Stock in the Bank of Cape Fear. BKTBIPS. Force and Suction Pumps ; Sheet Lead and Lead Pipe, for sale by C. W. ANDREWS, xVpril 1. tf Market Square. W. P. & E. F. MOORE Are now receiving their stock of SPRING AND FUMMEIl GOODS, consisting of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, BOITJVJZTS, HATS, Boots, Shoes, and Ready-made CLOTHING, to which they invite the attention of purchasers. East corner of Market Square. March 25. 1S54 tf $25 REWARD. On the 1st day of January, 1853, I hired a Boy named Robert to John A. Williams, Esq.? soiue time in Feb'y following he left Mr .Williams, anil I had reason to be lieve was lurking in the Neighborhood of .Fayettcville, but now I believe he has been kidnapped or decoyed by some illain. Said Boy is of black complexion, is between 13 and 14 years old, quite an active good look ing little fellow, and no doubt can tell a very plausible tale. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me. or confinement in any Jail, so that I get "him again, or $50 if arrested out of the State so that I get him. JAS. EVANS. Guardian. March 11, 1S5 4. 84-tf FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. The above reward will be given to any ierson who will deliver to me my negro woman ANNA, who ab sconded about the llfh of November last, or for her confinement in any jail in this State so that I can get her again. Said negro is of bright mulatto complex ion, speaks clearly and more properly than negroes usually do, and is rather below the medium size. It is supposed that she is lurking about the vicinity of Favetteville. aided by the celebrated Simon Blue of harboring notoriety. She may attempt to pass as a free person among the numerous free mulattoes about Fayetteville. , alex. McMillan. Dundarroch. Robeson county, i April 2(i, 1854. 9ltl DAVID MtDlPPEE, . BRICK MASON AND PLASTERER, Fayetteville, N. C. persons want.inor umi'l- ilnno tn lila tine vrill lio promptly attended to by addressing him at the Faj'ette ville Post Office. Fayetteville, Jan'y 28, 1854 ' ly-pd IMPORTANT NEWS. The Cheapest place in Town to buy Clothing! The subscribers inform the citizens of Fayetteville "and the public generally that they have just received a large and fashionable Stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, From the finest to the lowest quality. Their stock con sists of COATS made of cloth, cassimere, cashtneret, silk lasting, bombazine, drab-de-ete, alpacca. grothiug cloth, linen of all colors, checks and ginghams, and of all other kinds of goods in the market. They also offer the largest, cheapest and best selected stock of PANTS and VESTS ever seen in this market. Shirts, collars, suspenders, neck stocks, drawers, and a great many other goods for gentlemen. They otter these articles at wholesale or retail on accommodating terms. Gen tlemen are invited to call at the store north-east cor ner Market Square, next to A. Johnson & Co. M. GREENTREE & CO. N. B. All those indebted to us prior to the 1st Jan'y will please call and settle, as no longer indulgence can be given. M. GREENTREE & CO. April 22, 1854 2m S. S. AREY Has just received a beautiful assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Ho desires to return thanks to his friends and the pub lic for the liberal patronage whion tney uae oesiowea on him; and solicits a continuance oi .- friends and the at the stand fo west corner market square April 22, 1854 NEW GOODS. We arc now receiving from New York a very large stock of SBASOJVABLE GOODS, Embracing nearly every article usually kept in our market. We purchased our Goods by the package on as favorable terms as any house in the mercantile line, and will sell them wholesale or retail On accommodat ing terms and for reasonable profits. johx t. corxciL. ) COUNCIL, CAIN & CO. tf His he public are requested to give him a call, ji-merly occupied by S. J. Hinsdale, south narket square and Gillespie street. 90-tf 5 40 5 2 Fayetteville. Fayetteville Ral. PlankRaad. " western ' - Northern ' ' ( Tkrms of Sale 6 months' credit, the purchaser Real Estate will be reserved until the purchase money is paia. R. S. FRENCH, Commissioner. June 10, 1854 97-5t NOTICE TO BUILDERS. The undersigned Committee will let to the lowest bidder on Saturday, the 1st day of July, the contract for building a new PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT BETHEL. Said Church to be fifty-five feet long, and forty feet wide; sealed over-head, and plastered below. All other specifications made known on day of letting. WM. L. McDIARMID, JOHN McLAUGHLJJJ, HECTOR McLEAN, DAVID CURRIE, ARCH'D McMILLAN, Jr., Building Committee. June 10. 1854. 97-3t NOTICE. Mules X Mules IX Mules! XX n. T. Wilson & Co., of Bourbon county, Kentucky, take pleasure in aunouncing to their friends and cus tomers generally of the southern portion of North Ca- rohna, that they will have a drove of the very nes Kentucky MULES, which will measure from ufteei seventeen hands high, ot hne lorraf ana the oesj, in Kentucky. 1 hey will be at the Coal rier the 26th or 2thot June, at Carthage aoo time, at Kingsbury on the 1st and 2d ot etteville on the 4th and fcth, at .blizahe 12th, at Wilminston on the 16th. T purchase will do well to wait the arri as our motto shall be quick sales lo: HKNK1 T. June 10, 1854 97-4t LONG STREET Tuition $8, $10. and $12 50 one weeks. Board $4 to $7 oO School Books may be procurer at the h a vetteville retail prices. ARCHIBALD June 3, 1854 96-3t-pd y f i -j Pi X firX ON CONSIGNMENT! zo Uoxes Adamantine CANDliJi.S, aifl A. M. CJ June 3, 1854 96-3t EUCITY LAND SALE. By virtue of a Decree of the Court of Equi Cumberland County, Spring Term, 1854, on the fir day of August next, I will expose to public sale at the Court House door in Fayetteville, the following tracts or Land belonging to tne heirs ot the late Carr liar grove, deceased, to-wit : 120 acres known as the whaley Land. Also, 400 acres known as the Jones land. Also, 100 acres called the Borronghs tract, adjoining the Jones and Ashe lands. All of the above lands are on the cast side of Gape Fear River. Also, 18 acres known as the King place, adjoins Jonn lieu anu otners. Also, tne mill tract west side of the Plank Road, part of the McKay land. Also, the balance of said tract, including the residence of the late Carr Hargrove. Also, 311 acres purchased from ih. bpearman, on the west side OtCape lear River, The aobve lands are valuable, and will be sold upon a credit or tnree, six, twelve, ana eighteen months bonds drawing interest from date. ARCH'D A. T. SMITH, Clerk and Master. June 3, 1854 9C-9t TO PASSENGERS. The STEAMER SUN will leave this place every jiu.mai ana iiiuit&iAi at to minutes after sunrise; and Wilmington every TUESDAY and FRI- LAi at 12 o'clock, with I'assengers and Freight. R. M. ORRELL, Agent. Fayetteville, June 3, 1854. 96-tf STOLEN, On Wednesday night the 8th of March, from my trunk, a POCKET BOOK containing two Land Plats and their Warrants, one two hundred acres, the other two hundred and sixteen acres, run by Duncan McLean, Deputy. Also, one receipt from the Secretary of State for twenty dollars and fifty cents, as near as I can re collect, and three dollars on the Fayetteville Bank. I will pay two dollars and fifty cents for the recovery t T 1 f i . . ... of said Book and contents. May 27, 1854 95-4t-pd. JOHN RAY, Jr. PROVISIONS. The subscriber will keep constantly on hand and for sale a good supply of Corn, Hacon, Fish, Lard, Rice, Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Molasses, And almost any article commonly to be found in a Grocery Store. Alsoj a large lot of Rock LIME, Plaster Paris, and Hair. Persons wishing to buy any of the above articles will do well to give me a call. . " JOHN CULBRETH, May 27, 1854 tf Foot Haymount. Alexander kay. Fayettcville, April 1, 1854. FOR SALE. 2 Young and well-broke MULES. W. P. MALLETT. February 1, 1834. 79-tf RODERICK SHAW, INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, Wilmington, N. C, Will give prompt attention to any business in this line intrusted to him. He solicits a share of public uatronasre. w i lining i on, .uay o, iOJt. zm-pa. '" STRAYED, - .. t'-X' From the subscribers, on the 20th ult., two young Kentucky (horse) MULES, medium size, a brown and sorrel. Any information of their whereabouts thank fully received, or a liberal reward paid for their de livery to us. . J. Jfc T. WADDILL. June 3, 1854. 96-tf NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. The subscriber having recently fitted np a commodi ous nouse at Jonnsonville, on the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road, about 23 miles from Fayetteville, is now preparea to accommodate travelers at moderat charges, o pains wiu be spared to make gnests fortable. 4 ' S. E. JOHNS' Johnsonville, April 22, 1854 3m warm vieWs- electid hacks as the snbjurf if eith of SOTi Croj 1 UBb, O Corn i its beif have L have b) lie? Asliet RegistL Democrl dissatisfi ted for thereto not see hesitai Dr. Mi here, Demo the no State, in-eiy will re;. lit thund. house J this to' light-' at