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liEl eji r jW M Lb u jn j m uvj-q y ES3 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted ta the 3I.irkets, and Domestic I News, ' Literature, Agriculture, and General ''Inform:ition----TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE. YATES & JOIIXSON", Editors and Proprietors. SATURDAY, MAECH 1, 1850. FAYETTEYILLE, IT. C, J VOLUM E X VI NO. SS7. h a ii v up t 1; n m s of- srjiscniptiox to the caiidlimax. I" or ;i single copy, if p tid iii a Ivance. j.i-r annum, S2 00 " ' .'. " at the end of 3 months, 2 50 " at the cud of 6 months, :; 00 " at !! (Mid of 1 Ik- year. No subseripthm will tie received for a short; 3 .() period tlian one year unless paid in advance With the view of extending the circulation and bane'nig the iicf.ilness of the nnivr. the sironrirtor of- fer the following remarkably low CLfju j!.it:s. Lvr.iiiLiiif.v l- .it)P.i.cf:: 5 cnp'is of the Caroliainn, 1 year, $8 00 If) ' 1.1 00 of ASvrrt:sins : v -jptarc of If! lines, or 1 R:ty routs . for the first , nnWs the and '.',) cents for each snl-( (j!ie:it insertion ad ve-t's ;t js pM 'lst,e 1 foi".norc " when it will 1m ( liavpcil I'or three months, - - - - For si months. - For twelve months, - - All a 1 (M't iseirnMits must have tie; desii- ian two mo:iihs. $ i 00 C, 00 F) 00 d nunih ! f in- -eri ; ns ma ! (M-tC(l till f. on tliinn. and r!i;ir- ortherwi-e d accord V.T!:.- tie will be in- A JOHNSON M A IS K A ( T O II V LAFDER. i:v (ilv). Nearly oppo-'to Ocf. 1. 1 to k. w. I'av.-lt.-v .!lki; , N. Aii' tion Store J-T O I S A I. V. A T. . 11 !: D r (' K I V II 1 C E s, i-'nr CASH or nit S Iki: t T'liuc, "25i (.'tii's'itiyri', IJiiiiiiic'H, ROCKAWAVS .v F-FwOlES ,rr, ,fsr,i,fn,u. Many of whi.di are In:-!: !. a. id t'l b-ilaace leiiig finished di'ly; a-uong which tire many hi-if and in i if'ii I stvles. ami one rm Jim' Cmri'i'c. Some of t ie 111 v er v h 1 . aim a i ! m.i ! in the best manner and of til l -st Carriag-? work m 1 1 -rials. -. -.- My facilities for doiii: than anv e.-lalish men t south of tie 1 1 f ell a if r. I il am d l-riiiiiii'J to sell work w as ;t can ii'.' built for bv e til- it y II ill! l as o le. ''.1- I - w uo . ! ,.1 it to nn .l! -! 1 A. A. will I I i 1 1 MciC please pa V bts tc, I,"- ill ; AN. as my b:i -d n ! Ieete,. Augi-t '". is. tf ' ( ; r; uri xa o . v c 11 iv 1: n. An-: pi: a 11 A t a m gat i n g t !i Wilinul. ) 1 mo and R. M. I 1 u j Cap III" I ear ii it o.vn.-rs er b -twee iutei-esfed in navi a Fayetteville am on . I K V, h ri ri n was ( rreR wa - appoi-iti"! S lb-d to the Chair, etarv. ( 1:1 Hint ;O.I R -s ,U e I. uarv. s " t. of t'l!! t'r. 'g' sj -et i vely . ( ) .1 m -1'. ion 1.1 of .la m -s F. M 1 r.-ii. . Tiiat from and alter i!" 1-t day of.Tan ( ' v ' if-! . - y; .-' r;t ifp:ut t'l- it '! irrr if 't! at Wilmington an I Fa vett-vili.? re- f J I). U each 111! of ms. i h 1 Steanib'Vi ! ( 'otnp.inies from and after the I -t of nano from Wi I mine-ton to !. T!i it O'l the C.i .fa luarv. I p I-'.'a r s " 1 ; . will ; V e 1 1 r I- V Fav-'tie-, ill 1 ) e fn i i : - p ! I tag: Lime at 2.) ceut Rl '.st -r at M l cents p -r ( a-k. o 'ti v 2 0 : k fj c v. ?; t . per ens'... and iir and that a !5 !? 1 t r-- 11 tic- 1 -1 n t 1 ail est al, I s;,eil ra tes on a I ot her ariieles will l m 1 1" from and a ft er t hat ate. all Cart age an u m-iti- Draya.' ! of Jam -s inpp Ranks. R -sulv e . OWI1 Jl'iper: T lit t'l far. -going be published in tin. 1 . MeLAFRIN, Chair n R. De vr ):;i:i:t.!. I. ls.'i . Sec'y rs-if nrticl H. C Lro )d W. for sal RVER pi. T'.-tf A X in St. in G POP. Pll PS Til- s lbs '! er h-! a good assortment of Coods in the i itncKiiv al! of whicli wil! t '!". 1 !'! c rintry abl . A sma ! 1 lot i i i ye us a c.i II. a x : 1 1 v ei i iv a 1 : 1. 1 1; ; be sold w holesale or ret, til. or bar prodnc'.1. on terms the most .easou of SADDLER V for sale cheap. r. W. L COLDSTON. ' N R. Anv of my friends in the count ry hav ing let - i n es to t ran sac t in this pi ace. -such as renewals. Vc.. can have it done on the usual terms, by sending same to my care. O. W. I. O. Fayetteville. Sept. 1s:m tf PAX A WA Y From the em 1 dov in -n t ' the sn liscriber. 1 VTednesdav the 2d day of .lan'y. lsaii. Aaron, nur-dia-i'd by tin a negro boy by the nam;' of Can" Fear and Deep River Navigation Co. from J. !!. Huiidlv. formerly th tiro- ji'M ty of .1. R. Wiilis. of S. Carolina, and may attempt, to make hi.; ivii v to said Willis" house. Said neirro is R. Wil wav t-i 7 i'leh hat and about . fe livim vvhiti Jan 3.1. gh. had on when he left a broad ot;k coat. ALEX. MUROHISON. :t53 i'ci , E2;iy Ji Co., s r ; ! ;: -; -v, y v e t t v 1 1. 1. v . 'tying th ir FALL STOCK of STAPLE ntY Are now re; and FANCY DRY (JOODS, y b- found FOR THE LADIES: In w .1 : -. ! 1 i e Plain col'.l. 1- i.d-. White and Rlack DeLAINES:! CASlIMi-;;:Es ;,::,l MERINOS; Plain and Fig'd Fancv a'i-l R 1 1 k SILKS: ('loth MANTLE'S and CLOAKS: Cloak Ci.OTH: SKIRTS ;,nd SK I RTINO : .Merino VESTS; RoNNEt'S; EM l'.ROI DER I ES. .Vc. roti ; i:.'t.'.i:.m t:.Y: Hats; l.-)ots and Shoes; Testings; Cassimercs; "White, iRuck and Fam-v Slocks and Cravats; ll-ady-Mude (Nothing, 4vc. Al.so.- neii IJn-vs. K.-r ys and IM.ihls. pi "vers. M!.-a,I.,l.. Oikets. P.rosrans. Table Slieetings.' Chiblren's 'omf.irts. Youths' and ilian i 'i-.tp.-s. 1 im:t v. Cloths and C.tv. Kid Clove-i. iV, Roy.-" Clothing. Embroidery S;lk ! .!!.- and ii igl:-;i ana i ; and Braids. A g'-il assortment of Li-Fes'. Gentlemen's an-l Children's P. OTS. S i 1 ES. and GAITERS; G! OYl's HOSIERY, Are. Sept. 21). f, f-tf .JA7.J1.S i). XOTT, DAG EEHFiEAX ARTIST. Successor to .J. S. Wear. ROOMS on Ilav street, over the Jewelry store (f Messrs Reasley A Houston, where wait on all those who wish to he i il be happy to procure . NS of themselves Fa vet t. rville or friends. October 27th. tf .3. p ' r y v f.. i.rc;: IN STAPLE AND HATS, CAI FANCY D1IY Ii-:tTs. ss3l!i:s, GOODS, A3D Jlead y-AIade Plot king. Particular attetition paid to Ladies' Goods and Trimmings. HAY STREET. FAYETTE VI LLE, X. Dr ress November 3d, 1S55. T'OIt S.VLI tf . W. STEEL. 4.1 tons I'eritviau v.nano. January 26 sl-3t FALL (5(301)8, 1855. r k it c E e Arc now Receiving their FKIKil'scx all and Winter Stock of Foreign i-d J)t,iue.ilk, Stajle and Fumy Dry Goods,, J Jon net. i, JJuts, Cops, JJoots and Shns, With a general as.-ort no lit of UEAHV-MADK fl-OTlllN't;. to which they invite the attention of Merchants, the Ladies and 11. and wljicli they niicr at LOU' PRICKS for CASH, or on Time to punctual cus tomers at Wholesale or Retail. I). F. I'MAiif'L Sejt. I. 1855. !l-tf j. FKRGUSOX. Wo nro now Tlecfi viiiir onr stock of F ill and WINTKIt -(JOODS, j)i;v t;o()Ds. UKADV-MADK CT.OT1TINO. HATS. CATS. !!0 ITS AND SHOFS. ITi'in; deiei mined to i d i m 1 1) 'sh the Hardware' Trade. t; oiler Our STOCK at trrcatlv reduced jit iccs . for Cash. ' " j )nr friends who are Iwdii.'id hand in their navments. i are earnest Jv reone.-ted to pay "i I' ll ALL A SACKETT. p L l.- CI-tf m:w '-'(icss. STAIttl fc V. !I.I.I.;S A re noir ri'rn.ring fn' li rut's. Stuck of Dry ( !ood.-. HATS. ROOTS. SHOES. AND READV-MADI-' Ci.O TiilXO. Ever oil i eo o iie-iii. winci: niev will sen ;ii a small i 1....' I " 1 .1 .MI 11 j ii ". advance on iir-t cost, for Cash, or on the usual time to promp: jiaying customers. J. R. STARR. J. M. WILLIAMS. Sej.t. 1 , l,v-;.. (H-tf FIFTV TONS (JUANO. -eribers are receiving their Fall Stock of RI ES. tMiibraciug a large and (Icnera! hi their line, which they oiler to whoic ar t'le lowest market rales for cash. Cotiu '. or oil t;ie usual credit to prompt paving Tin- Sub t; ii c e assort men! sale buyers try produce, c u-i omers. Fifty T, for Cash, at ALSO. ris JJest F F II f 'VIA X GFAXO, cents per pound. CEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO. .-. til-tf TO TiJAVKMCIiS. tiers convey the Mail between Fayett lay.-vilie in a Riiggy, and can acconiue o passengers. The route i by way ( inn's Level. Sunnuerville and Neill 1 tie s;,!,,,.n 'i 1 le a mi 1 !u n. date oin- or I v. King-burv. 'reek. The days for leaving Fayet tcvilie Thursdays and Saturdays, at (i o'clock, a. .Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening Favettev i'.Ie to Summerv i 1 le 82. are Tuesdays. 111. Returns s. Fare from J. R. HARRIS, PARK ER. Aug. 1- FtIl SALE. AND ACRES OF TWO Tllni LAND, on tlx n me m 1 ies Soiitiiern from Fay ei te v i lie. lying 1 1 reel I I'lanx Road, and on each side of Rig Roekhsh ( Mte 01 1:10 ii.- t lurpeiiime sections tin county, with co;i v enieiii I 111 pi ( i V '.'11 1 e ! 1 1 s '.or a l:',milv residence: witli a sma i rate si corn mdl on a never failing stream, and a first nation for a Turpentine Distillery and Store. A. f f A. McK ETHAN Feb'v 0. s; K .A UK NOW ItFCKIVIMt AND FXt'ETT TO K K V. V A I. Alt': K STOCK Of ( J KOCKUIES. Wii OFFER IT" lot) 1 ;.s Coifee Rio. Lnguira and Java, l."i Hhds. Sugars. ! ' Molasses, l.(H)!l Sael-rs Salt. T." Ubls. Sugars, coffee 12.1 Rags Shot. crush M A powder' J.I Kegs Pouiler. 2t llhd.-. Western Paeon. :i..uo Lbs. x. ('". .1!). 001) Segars. assorted qualities. HID Roxes Cheese. '. ith every oilier article in our lino All of which we will dispose of low for CASH, or exchange for pro duce or nav al stores. D. ,fc W. McLACRIN. June 2d -ls-tf 1 S 5 5 . IIirf3S, MEBICISKS AAB (HEMKAbS. DTI, J. F. FOT'LKES, J'iy Street, near tlie, Fayet teciUe. Hotel. '!3gy I respectfully ask the attention '-'.-sj of my customers and friends to my large irii'jdfy and complete stock of fzii-ii Ml l 'a. SW K !)IC 'A A 'iZ S ' C7IIZM IC.IhS. which I am now receiving, and which 1 am determined to sell at such lofv prices as cannot fail to give satisfaction. It will lie my aim to sell Medi cines that can be depended upon. 'Cive me a call be fore making your purchases. September 22. ls.1.1. Jf'iS Jnst received, a few doz. iretoiiite En.st India CASTOR OIL. (for my retail.) ' Also, Citrate of Magnesia and Congress Water. J. F. FOTLKES Sept 22, 18.1.1. J. S. SMITH, AVlsoIcs-ale nut? Ji-t:il I?ea!-r i it J) li F G S, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS. Pain; Oih; Fyc-Stvffs; Varnishes; Windo w-(. lass and Put ty; (J lass-Ware ; Perfumery: Fine Soaps; Eitte Tooth and 1 1 a i r 1 rush es ; j'aint Prushes; Field and Gar- Seeds; Spices and Snuffs; Surgical X : 1 struments; I'atent Medicines; Pure Liquors for Medical Purposes; Fancy Articles, ivc, ic. Oi I-M's from country 1 livsieians -and .Merchant? re- tfulL diciUd perfi et satisfaction guarantied. ith 111 I'l'gari! to quality and price. J. X. SMITH, Druggist. Nov 2. Is .15. 70-tf A. 33. Cnstipb:'!!, .Vt'CTM)SRKa A. COM;iISSIt. 3IE1?CI:AXT East side of Gillespie street, Fayk itkvii.i.k, X'. C. October 1. ls.1.1. A eif ro Fin nkct s, r sale by Nov. Ii). Fer. i-t r ens and Shoes W. IL CARVER. .SO.-17 FACTO FY. The r.nd rstgned having purchased th SOAP AND ' AN DLL 1-ACTORY .from Messrs. Smith v McRn and formed n pat tmrship for th; purpose of carrying on the same, offer the most favorable inducement to the trade for the supply of SOA P AND CANDLES of their own manufacture, of a superior quality.- They vvill guarantee their Soaps, both soft and hard, to be equal, and at pries a low as can be bought in any other market. Their Candles will lie found equal to the hardest mould Tallow Candles from any Factory in the country. They respectfully solicit the patronage of the trade, and families of the town. GREASE. GREASE. The highest market price will be paid for Gkkask. or taken in exchange for Soap or Candles. Families ;n town would do well to save their Grease and exchange it for S-ap. MILES COSTTV JOHN GAFFORD. v ilmington. Doc. 1 1P55. "tu i:i;Viif IMF OUT ANT SALE. The s;ib-crib r. contemplating a removal from tills place, wilt ex po.se to pu otic sale ou iuesdav the 4fh , of -March next, (.being Court week,) his entire stock of C A II ItlAGKS, BUGGIES, KOCKAWAVS, iic. Also, a large lot of well-seasoned LUMBER, s Tools, ALitcri'ils, P n finished Work, tyc. Sc7 J. 1). CALLAIS. ? A. M. CAMPBELL, Aucfr. . , J-'-Sr All persons indebted to the proprietor will please call and settle up and save cost. Those having claims against him will please present them. J. J). C." February !Uh. 1 8.16 4t notice. ; The ttndiM'sipncd were made a Committee to collect all dues to tin; Northern 1'lank Road Co. up to January first, either tor Hridg" or Road. The notes j ami account i not paid I .' for Col !ecf hi s will he foam ore t lie 1 'l! it of :i !v Law. ith J. Waddill. Jr.. and it .M; :, will he put in trail ' TlfOM AS Me DANIEL, JOHN WADDILL, Jn. 't ' ' February- 23, !-."!. ! To MR S. I). 1'H'K IN. Harnett County, N. C. I We drposite-l in tli,-? Post Office at Fayetteville. 1 about the lir-t of January last, a letter addressed to I you at S-.uuim rville. N. C. containing a Note made by ! v im for One hundred and twenty-live dollars, payable j to the order of J. & T. Waddill. and negotiable at I either of the Ranks 1:1 Fayetteville, and as we are j inform (1 thai you deny the receipt of said letter and j note, we give this public notice that we do not hold j you resjion.-ible for t he payment of the above men- t i note, ornnv nth initio. i, negotiable and p lyabli t Rank: and all other persons are ileOarr. -it 1 rom tin; collection ot me sam note as it vvas payable to our order and not endorsed by us. J. & T. WADDILL. "Fayetteville, Feb. Hi. 8G-3t - i:i;oiiA riox Kiixus Of liic i'iswu of i'aj t llfville for Kale. Agreeable io an Act of the (,'eneral Assembly of the Stale ol'North Carolina, ratiiied Dec. 2.1, 1S.12, authoriz ing the 'Town of Fayetteville to issue her Ponds to the amount of s 1 (H).ou'J, in the aggregate, for the pur pose of jiaying her subscription to the Western Kail Road Company. Therefore, it is ordered by the Commissioners of Faye1 teville. that the Tretisurer of the Town receive sealed proposals, until the l.-t of November next, for the purchase of s.lO.ODh. in stuns of S.loo each of said Ronds. or any part thereof. Ponds to run twenty years, with Coupon attached. interest payable semi annually. The -aid R. mils shall lie under the seal of the Corporation, and binding on the faith of t'tiu same. WM. WARDEN, Town Treasurer. Sept. 2C. 1S.1.1. tf I? A L I. , 1:.j5. KYLE has just received a large JAMES and general a soi'ttnent of Am. g- whicli tire ti.aO pieces Dress DeLains, EriMieh and ICnglish Merino, 1'iaiu .Merino, real French, Persian (Moths, Pdaclc and Colored Silks, Irish Linens, till Flax, Talde (Moths and Napkins, Carpeting-, very cheap, CaT'coeS, Well assorted, ' Kerseys and Linscys, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Hose, Ladies' Twisted Silk Mitts, Dress Trimmings, iVe., &e. All of which being pr released by the package for Cash, will be offered at the lowest market price for cash, or on time to paying customers. Sept. 27, Ls.1.1. " tf I). W. C. DEN DOW, D. I). S., CraduiK i- of tlte Itnlliitior Collcije of P :: 1 A E, SI'K,I1Y. lz-iZ Cilice hours from 9 A. Si. to 1 P. M. r 3 P. M. to 5 P. M. DR. BENIJOW may be found at his Room near the Market, w here all who are in need of the services of a Dentist are respectfully invited to call. All opera tions performed upon the latest and most approved plans. To those in need of Ar31!lrial Tea'fh, he would simply say that he is behind in no improvement. He inserts from one to an entire set upon fine Gold or Plat ina. plate, which he guarantees to be equally as serviceable as the natural organs. 1 le spends nine months of each vear in this place, (from lirst of October to the first of July.) September 2!, LS1.1. tf " ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE Together with a. general assortnong of KOttliK.'.V AS!) U;IES!'IC AVI5ES A NO LKll OIlS, W hich I am anxious to sell or exchange for Produce of any kind usually sold in this Market. W. II. CARVER. Hay Street, near the Market. Nov. Ii). " 71-tf ' S. M. THOMAS, DEALER. IN PAa'CV AJi STAPLK DRV READI-JIIPC fLT.'!IJ Jlals, Caps, Funnels, Fools GOODS, Shoes, Slhst't i 11 o-- dull ml. iirilt 1 'leeiiiigs, erst tfA, Fankels f., i-e. Corner Mar t ami G illespi 77-tf St.. Fayetteville, X. C. .GEORGE MeDUFFIE, WILMINGTON. X. C. All business entrusted to him will meet with prompt at tent ion. Nov. 21, 1S.1.1. 6 m PLOWS! PLOWS!! 150 PLOWS from No. 6 to 60s. PLOWS!!! Castings to match. C. E. LEETE. Feb. 16. -It DIl. K. A. BLACK. OFFICE Front Rooms, over Dr. S. J. Ilinsdak Chem'sL and lrut Fc'o'y 7. 1S.16. tore. Sf-tf DR. D. YV. C. P.ENPjOW. DEXTIST, Is ready to supply those in need with such instruments of ma-t:cat'ton as they will neither be ashamed to ex hibit, nor afraid to use; and if to laugh without morti fication, and to eat without pain, be deemed important objects, he feels confident that his services will continue to be in demand. Dr. T. is a resident of Fayetteville, and has tbe honor of referring thoe with whom he has no personal acquaintance, to many of the most respectable of onr citizens, who are able from practical exptenco to speak highly in favor, as well as letters and diplomas "'He 10 rimd at his ROOMS." near THE MAR KET, ia Office hours every day, except during his annual summer tour. , Vll other operations connected wttn Penta! profes sion performed in the most scientific manner, as his advantages for proficiency have not lieen excelled by anv operator of five years experience, i'eb'y 0. 84-3t von SALE. A very desirable COUNTRY RESIDENCE, one mile and a. quarter from the Market House. The tract of Land contains 34 acr. here is on the premises a good dwelling house with ." looms. Thc re is also a kitchen, smoke house, negro houses, barn, and a large garden well adapted to the growth of vegetables. There is a well of excellent water in the yard. There is on this tract alout 7 acres of cleared laiid2fcler cultivation, and produces finely. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. v- The above named residence will be offered : at public wile at the Market House in Fayetteville. on Tuesday tbe 4 th of March next at 12 o'clock,- ni., if not pre viously disposed of. Terms at sale. i Hi SI I EM WELL. A. JfL CAMFliELL, Aacfr. ' Feb. 23, lS.")tj. ?S-2t COMMON' SCHOOLS. . "AT a meeting of the Board of Superintendents-of ilu f Iriiiinftf-tn Wftt linll -Toiiiiurv itti - 1 Sfl z tliA -OT M,f t, i!W?r'ly ce,.t rr)' "l" Llia.ruiau ot tlie Lonunittce ot r tnanec. was laid before the Hoard, approved, and ordered to le j enrolled. ' The following Commit fee-men were appointed: District No. 1 Ilarrington. - A II Dewar, T W Spence, Charles 2 Ellis Rollins. Henry Ilolleman. John Smith. 3 John A Senter. Allen Retts. Alfred Pegram. it 4 T O Johnson, L McKinnie. ABradv. Win Sexton. John Green. Willis Johnson. 'j Win Gardner, Daniel Cutts, John Love, j 7 Daniel MeLeod, Wm Barnes, A J Turlington. ;8 E Stewart. Wm II Green. Daniel Stewart, i ! U J Norris, W T Rhodes. Neili Stewart. 10 Jas Hodges. Nathan Tart, Furncy Tart. 11 Jonathan Wood. Wm Harris. Lewis Jackson. 12 C Price. Daniel MeLeod. Daniel Graham. - 13 Daniel Bain. David McNeill, Daniel McMillan. 14 John Murphy, John McPhail. Dugald McPhail. : 15 Ezekicl King. Farq'd C Armstrong, Jno McPhail 'r Robert Williams. James Guy. 17 Jno Holmes, Hector Strickland. Reuben Fisher. lt Ncwsoin Autrcy, Wilson Faircloth, Alex- Max well. l'J Jno Murphy. Jas T Blue. Geo W Holmes. 20 John McDaniel, Randal McDanicl. Jas Evans. 21 Joseph Billiard, M II Seawcll, Jena E. Averitt. 22 Thos Teabout. Jos. Downing. Isaac C Melvin. -23 D L Smith. Win Davis, D P West. 2t Jno P McLean, Nathan King, M J Jiuie. 2-1 JnoColvin. N McFadven. 20 Benj Smith, WM Giles. 27 John Elliot. Alex. Elliot. 28 W L Williams, John McNeill jr, A S McKay. '..WJ S D Pipkin. C Parker, SamT 1'arker, 30 Jno L Atkins. Arch'd .McLean. N (i Jones. ',"3 Neill McLean. Danl C McLean, Malcom McLean. ,-. 32 -Mark Wade, John L. Itelhea. Jono Holly. 33 James M Turner. Neil! Clark, Alex Gilchrist. 31 Nathan Butler, Neill Clark, Dan'l Lashley. 3- 1 John McRae. i)aniel McLean, Neill Ray. r- 30 Alex McPhail, Merdoc McLean. Simon J Stone. Kf7 Danl McCormiek, A Thomas, Duncan Patterson vs 38 Hector McNeill. James S Harrington, Duncan McArthur. 3!J Alex At Cameron. Malcom Dove. Angus Munn. -10 John McDonald. AC Buie. 41 Jiob't Smith. Arch'd McCtdlum. John Smith. 42 -Roderick MeCrumnien, Neill Patterson, Arch'd Patterson. - 43 Alex-Campbell, John L. Campbell. Arch'd Rav 11 RD Gillis. Rob't Graham, Lauchliu JJethune. 4.1 W L McDiarmid, Phillii. McRae. Juo C McLean 4ti John McKellcr, Pan"! Munroo jr, Christopher 47 Neill Ray, Duncan McLauch'in, Arch'd Ray. 48 Chas Munroe. John Brown Angus Ray (Mill.) SYrrxTMlTottuV ') Arch'd Ray, Gilbert Munroe. Alex McDugael .11 DS McColeuiau, . Neill K Blue ; David Cillis. ;2 Arch d Bute. Neill McQueen. Job Culbreath. o3-Alex McDonald, Wm Adcoeks. John R Little. 54 John C Ellis. Jas A Byrue, Richard P Freeman, 55 Neill G McNeill. John McDonald, Angus McLean 5 Win Butler. Isaac Hollingsworth, Jas Butler, 57 Angus McGill. Jesse Ellis. Malcom McDonald. .58 fas G Cook, Joseph A Worth. A E Hall. -5!.i Duncan McArthur, John Gardner, C P Johnson, (it) W J Anderson, Isaac B Hawley. John W Baker. ;iK W Barge, J T Warden. W T Frizcll. .62 Thos J Johnson. Joseph Arey, Jno 1 Leonard. (i3 Jas Sandy. Chas D Nixon, Theo Evans. (i4 Andrew C Ray. Roderick McRae. W S Maiiett. 65 Wm McMillan, Arch'd McLean, Elijah Fisher.-i 66 ' j 67 Thos Matthews. Murdoch MeLeod. I 68 Arch'd Ray, Malcom Gillis, Malcom Mclnnis. 60 H A Williams. Joseph Adams, VV111 Partin Chas Munroe, John A Mclvethan, Xeil R Blue, i 70 71 -Neill Smith. SamT Johnson, Lauchlin Cameron, i 72 Enoch Herring, Jas McKay Sr, Daniel Buie. j 73 Arch'd McDitgald. Alex Darrach, W J Kelly. 74 Wm A King. John Cart. well. G Jackson. 75 N II Jones; Jas CashvvelL liai ford Smith. 76 C ll Cotield, Alfred Smith, H S Govver. 77 Henry Averitt, Wm Carter, Henry Carter. J Balances due the Districts, as follows, Jan'y 1, 1856: Xo. 57, SJ0 00 58, 17 36 60, 111 40 61, 164 82 62, 63. ;i, 65 67, , 69, "I, 73, 7, 75, 76, 78 24 05 44 00 7 53 50 31 5 17 75 69 8 00 ; 99 "() j 2 - 0 1 10 60 75 50 Xo. 9, $15 25 Ordered, That the apportionment for the year 1856, be 80 cents for each child, and that the Districts hav iag 40 children or a less number than ft), receive S32. j -Petitions to divide several of the Districts in the I county, were laid before the Board, read and laid on the table. Resolved, That it be recommended to the Districts, to have Schools in eacii one of the Districts. EDW'D LEE WINSLOW, Chairman. Jan'y 9, 1856. 86-2t MACKEFFF AXD M17LLETS Just received and for sale by JAS. G. COOK. Feb. 23. 1856. 2t DWELUSG KOIl SALE. The Dwelling House on Haymount, now occupied by Wm. L. Hall, Esq. Possession given within one month from sale. Annh-tn IL L. BRAXTLY. Feb 23. S6-2t SacliPt, l-j' & Co., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FIXE AXD HEAVY HARDWARE, lS, PISTOLS, RIFLES, & e . , XO. 38 COURTLAXDT STREET, Directly opposite Alcrehant' s Hotel, New York. HAVING made an arrangement with the above House, it would afford me great pleasure to receive a call from my friends when they visit this city. T. M. SACKETT. Of the late firm of Hall & Sackett, Fayetteville, X. C. X. B. All orders intrusted to me will be faithfully executed; and should I receive orders for any goods not in our line, I will take great pleasure in" luiving such goods. T. M. SACKETT. ' Xew York. FeVy 11. 1S5R. 86-2L IRISH POTATOES W. II. For sale by CARVER. Feb 23d. No. 1. S 7 74 No. 25, SI 09 20 2, 95 6 26, 41 40 3, 73 70 28.' 42 00 5, 171 70 29, 27 70 6, 5 00 30, 74 00 7, 147 80 31, 54 00 8, 162 K0 32, : 74 00 10, 175 00 33, 50 11, 20 00 35, 13 00 12, 1 10 36, 119 20 13. 110 !)0 37, 3 00 14. 35 00 39. 4!) 85 15. 104 00 40. 2 85 ,16, 33 00 44, 14 O0 17, !)S 00 45. 20 00 18. 183 00 49. 14 00 21. 24 05 53, 1 95 23, 4 20 55, 47 00 24. ID) 15 56, 16 02 The following sums due to the Bo; Xo. 22, $78 75 Xo. 4G, $2 60 47, ft 00 4, 8 10 A Quaker Jumping a Bitch. Ilezekiah JJroadbrim was a fair Quaker, who sold molasses, codfish, china, earthenware and clothes and all sorts of liquors. We like the Quakers, in deed as well as in name. And Ilezekiah was a Hickory Quaker He was somewhat of an old bachelor, and had a sister that was somewhat of an old maid. JJut she was the best creature alive, straight as a candle blooming- as a rose, and smiling as charitv. Her name w'as Dorcas. Hezekiah and Dorcas walked one Sunday afternoon, in the Idooming month of May, to breathe, the fresh air, and vie; tlte meadows. The walking was smooth and delightful, with no manner of obstructions, except here and there a ditch full of water,; span wed iiy-, a ...few hedges, and too wide j for .' a f tuao . of ordinary. capacity to1 cross at a guttle .boandc-lful; Hez li, , . , . . '.. . , do, on his agility, and instead of walking a few iods for the sake of a bridge, he must needs leap every ditch he came to. ' "Thee'd better not try that, Ilezekiah," said the kind and considerate sistec 'Never thee mind, Dorcas,' replied Ilezekiah; "there's no danger; I've jumped a bigger ditch when I wasn't half my present size." "All that's very likely, but recollect thee's grown exceedingly pussy since thee was a young man." . ''Pussy! well, if I have that's no reason why I shouldn't be as agile as before; I tell thee, Dorcas, I can jump this ditch without so much as touching a finger." '.'Aye, but thee'l touch thy feet to the bottom." "Thee's but a woman, Dorcas, and thy fears magnify this ditch even to a river. Now stand thee aside that I may have sweep according to my abilities." Nay, brother Ilezekiah, thee'd better not. The ditch is wide and the bottom muddy, and thee'l assuredly spoil thy Sunday clothes if no worse." "Oh, fudge for yonr fears, girl; they shall not stay me a jot. Nay, do not hold me, I am resolved to jump this ditch if it were merely to convince thee of my agility." I Accordingly Ilezekiah went back a few yards in order that he might have a fair run and that the impulse thereof inight carry him over. Having retraced far enough he came forward with a momentum proportioned to his weight and velocity and found himself in the ditch. The water splashed around on all sides and splotted the Sunday clothes of Dorcas, who could not, with till her Quaker sobriety and kind feeling, help bursting into a loud laugh! There was Hezekiah showing his agility and floundering in the mud like a whale! The wtitci was not so deep ns to be dangerous, and (the scene too irresistibly comic for even a saint . to abstain from hi no-hii,,,- thomrh on the Lord's day. I -A t leugi n , w nen ner ristuiiuy wou.u auow Wpo.w?r -Qfef tt-i-h kindly- twOd out tier l i 1 ll 1 1 --ITl-i 11 11 : hand, and said: "Come hither, Hezekiah, and ! PU help thee out. j i4- ,, - -1 n i c I XV WL'1! s:ml the flouuderer m a tone of j vexation," thee does well, Dorcas, to stand ; there and laugh at me as though it w ere mere ! sr.nrt tn sno 100 stick- io the mod 11ml vvjiter mi I to rav very middle!" Nay, nay, Ilezekiah, thee has shown tl IV agility so marvelously that I could not help being pleased for the life of me and now I take shame to. myself for opposing thee so strenuously; or having doubted thy capacity for jumping. But, if thee's satisfied with thy exploit and ready to come forth; I will lend thee, a hand to help thee out." Thus saving, Dorcas drew near the ditch, but Hezekiah, having got himself in by his unaided power, declared he would get himself t j t,e f..imc way t t1(J mu, was deep in- 11 , iv.f i i, a"(1 adhesive, and as he got one loot out he got the other 111; and thus he continued to lahor and plunge till he was satisfied that his mvn ability was better calculated to help him in than to help him out of the ditch! He grew wroth, and so far forgot the plain language that he exclaimed: 'By !" "Don't thee swear, brother Hezekiah," in terrupted Dorcas. "Swear!" roared Hezekiah, "thee'd swear if thee was in here !" "Swear not at all, Hezekiah, but even lend me thine hand, and FH use mv ability to pull thee out. according to the Scripture, which sayeth If thine own ox or thine ass fall into a 1 - T 1 . 1 . ci 1 1 1 ji it uitcn ou meisauoaiu uay "Now, sister Dorcas, thee is too bad. Verily thee should not make, me so heavy as the former animal, norso stupid as the latter." As to thy weight, returned Dorcas, "thee must be pretty well satisfied by this time; and as for thy stupidity, it were indeed unsisfeiiy to like thee to the long cared animal. But if thee is satisfied on these points, and will forth- with reach me thine hand, I'll do as much as in me lieth to bring thee sale to land. Hezekiah was prettv well convinced by this time, that his ow n ability would never fetch him out; wherefore, humbly reaching his hand to Dorcas, he said, "verily, sister I will accept thine aid, inasmuch as my own ability hath deceived me." Dorcas kindly lent her assistance, and pulling vigorously, Ilezekiah at length came to land. Shaking off the mad and water like a spaniel, he returned home, but charged his sister by the way never to mention how he came by the cttastrophc. Dorcas promised of course, and as she was a girl of truth and kind feelings, she was as good as her word. But once or twice when they were in company with several other Quakers, "discoursing soberly about matters and things, Dorcas, looking archly at another girl, merely said, "Did I ever tell the Bachael, how brother Hezekiah one Sunday " Ilezekiah turned an embarrassing and implor ing look toward her, and she said: "Nay, nay, Ilezekiah, I'm not going to tell but merely to ask if I ever had told how thee showed thy agility one Sunday, and jumped in the middle of a ditch?" . Baienoi and the Jerome Company Result of the Xew Haven Alecting. The meeting of the creditors of the Jerome Company and of P. T. Barnaul, at New naven, on Monday night last, resulted in a recommendation to the Jerome Company to go into liquidation. They have done so. Mr Barnum has also gone into an assignment. With all thy getting, get wisdom. A Ilard-Shrll Sermon. .We find the following short bnt decided ''Hard Shell Sernnii'1 going the rounds of the papers without a sign of credit, although the scene, as they have it in theatrical parlance, is laid in the interior of Kentucky. It is aver red that the thing is genuine that the sermon or harangue was really delivered. De this as it may, it almost equals, in closeness of argu ment and stickiness to text, the "spontaneous clTorts of the clerical hero who played so dustily upon H 'JIurp t.f a Thousand Strings.' I3ut read the sermon and judge for yourselves: My Hreethring: The Scriptures tell ns, "we are buried with Christ by baptism." "llitried" my friends, not PsprimkUcF by baptism. v. ' - Supple tbat one of you ntl lost ybor little da'ter, iitt you hiI. laid her out, and; prepared ; herfo;tl6g0Ee5 atfd ypar,eiglVors.nad come"-" t hrin( rYi:i, wre'wilr-ittke''ti-clit1tr-i' and bury it ;" and afterward, when you went out to see the grave of your little one, you found they had laid her down and sprinkled a little earth over her! What would you have t hunk of them ! Suppose, ugjiin, that in the fall of the year, you had dug your potatoes, your turnips, your parsnips, and yonr other roots for winter's use. I and had dug a trench to bury 'cm in; and you 1 had said lo your servant: 'Sally, take the hou.-e- gang ami go and bury those potatoes, those turnips, t hose parsnips and other roots;' and afterwards, when you walked forth to see that till were secure for the winter's use, you had found that they had just sprinkled & little dirt on them! What my friends, would you have done? 1 rather suppose, my dear breetheren, you w ould ha' tried the virtews of the cowskin ! Int they arc not a bit worse than those poor, ignorant, and be.iig-i)ted Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and Methodists, who sprinkle a leetle water ou one another, and call it "burial by baptism !"' I am afraid, my friends, I am very much afraid indeed, t hat they will catch something hotter than the cowskin in tiie day of leck'- uing 1 Bit. lying a Witnkss. One likes always o see a lawver, whose forte is to bantcrand bully witnesses, brought up with a round turn by some victim of his ill-natured bearing. We heard an instance the other day which is w orth relating. A case was beiny; tried ou Long Island, about the soundness of a horse, in which a clergyman, not conversant in such mutters, was a witness. lie was a little confused in giving his evidence, and a blustering fellow of a lawyer, who examined him at last exclaimed: "Prav. sir. do vou know the difference be tween a horse and a cow?'' "I acknowledge my ignorance," replied the clergyman, "I hardly know the difference be tween a horse and a cow, or a bully and a bull, only that a'bull litis horns, and a "bully" (bow ing with mock respect to the pettifogger) luckily for imr, has none "You can retire, sir," said the lawyer, "I've no further questions to ask you." Moistche r,v Dkkt Plowing. Morrison says in the Farm Journal, that he broke up a stiff sod for corn w ith a heavy plow, drawn by four oxen. A sub-soil plow followed, running down six or seven inches deeper.' The whole was so thoroughly performed, that a stick could be thrust down into the loose earth, in almost any part of the field, to the depth of fifteen inches. The summer was exceedingly dr', pastures were burnt anil bare and till the crops suffered severely. Bnt the corn on the sub-soil hind continued green and luxuriant throughout the season. 'Dr. Kalopium, do you think my darter will git well?' . "AVell, if she don't git no wnss, and does git sun; better, she may possibly git over it. You see she's a dieted with a concatenation of the diagnosis of the metacarpial liummux, which extends from the noboscis to the inferior lobe of the anterior revolution of the occiput. Nothing kin help her but calomel' and per simmons taken jintly both together a spoon ful, more or less, according to the symptoms, every other day, olf and on. Them will eventoolay put her out of pain and into a sweat and restore a healthy action of the minor pedals and reduce the encyclopedia of the neuralgic diaphragram, immediately under the left side of the right eye.' 'Lor' a mercy, sich la ruin'! who'd a thunk it?' Sale ok pews in a fashionable cir-kch. The pews of one of the fashionable "up-town"' churches of New York were sold on Monday last. The Post says: "At first the bidding was quite animated, ! but it soon fell off, and premiums ran down to alow figure. there were twelve pews 111 tlte cfmrch valued at $1,000 each and upwards none, however, above $1,200. These twelve pews wold at an aggregate premium of $l,74o; the highest premium .being $3o0, and the low est $20. The w hole number of pews sold was sixty-three, and they brought, in the aggregate something over $;3''J,000y of which more than $4,500 was in premiums. The Nation's Exthavagance. Yor the year ending August 31st, lS5f, we Americans imported from Europe, for our own heads and those of our wives and daughters, $l,iSe2,.'jG0 worth of bonnets, of silk, straw, and leghorn, and of hats and caps. Yet how few of the head pieces one sees give evidence of having been sent for 3,0Q miles away. All are seem-' bigly homemade. In that same year, Young 1 'id Old America treated themselves to $3,732, ;..") worth of watches, chronometers, and clocks of European make. Their . appetite, too, for foreign jewelry, was baited with $974,120 worth of the articleupon w hich, without sighing, they paid a duty of thirty per cent. Of leather to cover their hands at:d feet, they sent across the ocean and bought to the tune of $3,067, 60 enough to hide-bind the nation, and sicken it in various ways. When Edward Everett was entertained at a public dinner before leaving Boston, Judge Story gave as a sentiment "Genius is sure to be rewarded where Erer-ett goes." Ererctt re sponded "Law. equity and jurisprudence, no efforts can raise them above one Story. He that by the plow would thrive, Mast either hold the plow or drive. 1 1 . " "