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V T. r-UMMEY
Mi'I n, vi io the nn ofnoles at iha Dank of
". ; ' ,"it,'rm Asrf(evtjo pitficr for discoont of rniev,
count of rnieVi
5r "lirtsrnrRw mav
B r. ! inroMir'r nirn wua t:i irTirtstnrsii may
r(Jri!Hy f!! uftrndfd lo pn i..-'!v and care fu'. -
art i-Cfiint tfriw Irin-.tption.
n w n.n'e t( refer to any
P 0 U T Ii A I T. P A 1 N U H G .
IIKRIILV in forma the -citizen of Ah die and alt
r-'.hpr per nl f.tainjl -re, that be will remain, here
a f' rt irno1, durmj WrhicJit anv person deiroutf of
c' 'j.ii fceorid vcrsslon of bimwlf, at hmelf,.
3 Kv r-e pnj icd.at tho cheap jfosref 015.' If tw
-. i -jurrs n intrpdticed fon- thcearpe pieqo it Vnay
Jiad A 23. . Nowork'ihall bemid for.or.lakcn
ly tlie toiiftVer. wdeF it rive tnttsfaction lo tbf
tf m.-:. llnqitirtA ran Le'tnadi at M at ' M'Df.vx'
IN. Ifr-Lndies can be waited - on at Ueitr-ovptt
lnKrr,rr at tlje residence of Mr. Uutsefl. ,
' May . v . 1 ' 300tf
t-j Awiatl lfit f badwrrto Castings received at
uio vlirlti Mori of , v I
They uir gin cwT rapit.', call Boaa or youlnay
AjtU2I , 1 8irsS96-tf. ; t
;OTEEM JLTCII EOmJfTcWTIlS,
Ane.bor braTidaskortcd rumbera-waranted.
Just rvceived" and for plc at the I.wvpsl tte?, by
April 21 1340,-231: tf.
Flourl. Iloui-!! ;
Just rceiveJ, frepji .finpply of CoLliwry's au-
crfJnc B iur, warrautud'of'tlie betCqtd!ily. ' ,
. v J PATTON OSBOltX
Jnms 12 ' " . . tf
' 4TATI?' OVr IOXiTH CAKOLS A,
, I?tjroo! bounty, ji : T
grii'ilis ."Tcra 1SIG.
.i.-. IIkta ok Jamf.s Holland, r:'.? '-A
" Jon Cow, FrLit AxVfcf, - ' - Tirte
' J.C.TMH14;. W.II.Tiiomas. 7 ",f;,.
WIIEirUAH; It Jppearn to the Ciurt that 'John
. Crow and William II. Thonsaa two of the defendants
In this caw, re -nqruroKlents of hU Stale, and leal
y rroecs ca'jt t r served on, them, It is lliercfore or-.
..I...A I iki.'-. . .. . i :..:h.li ti" . .. 1
. in u ui.ir p iuiiiawgii u , mayo in" nit; iii;iuua
"i Mier?t r f sr mv fijcee:sivo weelta, notffyinff the
.said Jolui t'j ow snd M'iain H. Thoiuaa'to'appcar
at the next .ipru ior Coiyt of lo be oprnrd and
, lnjld fvr.the Ciiuaty of Haywood, at t'te Court House
iu WajneiviSlo on I he 4tu 3I'nday inSiptcnihcr
next, t pki'h anwcr,'or. demur to Jbia isefQ and
liov caue why the ''grant vf the; raid Jolsn Crow
.7!iairirol be cnnceHed vacated, annulled and made
i void or Judgment iro . cmcmi will . be rendered
1 'against them. ( ,v 1 ' ,
W ltiu s- John Ii. Smith Cl rk of our saiil Court
: y ': Mcfiicr 1110 lih'Mondav m Marcb't846li '? :
haued ' Wh day of Ma ldJ, -
" - " h SMITH. Clfrk.
1 pnnttrV lee 5- "l.I6t
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;; suKuirrs sale. : .
i I 11 r' fit ei-h; on the 5th Mondny lifter the
- 4:k'.MiidHyJn Jane, a the f otirt-hoyse door in Ma-j-"roi,
M 1 will county, "N. "i. "
oY Charles C ortri, ronjji.ting of men,
' women uni 'tJnldrefi, (a s.itif sundry .venditioni
I t'.KriaV9 ami ll. fi.V.-lited. from 'Burke,1 Caldwell,
;Mcl)v 1 1', .nd .RUerrofd Superior Courts, and
I'uki (Vi'i'i'V (iiart, n tjf.or of Jame IJrwtn,
Guardian, lo the use oJ inhn Car?on, William .Mur..
ptiy-a AihmniiU'atori iind otht;r8,' against : Charles
C,rrton? Due attciidaiicc will fivcn.1
a . - j. N.conws. sv.
- ' Juy 3.181G,, tda ; 3 )o '
Sta vc or North Carolina,
t Ain.NOKRsON CvUXlV. -
' Superior Cvurl vf'LmwJ)trieErmtil.
- MTy Ann Ward, J,- .
. f . I '.' ; Boiijanun Ward.. v '. :
f'H pr.TiTioNroit DlYORpn '
Ai pp.ani'g UitUc F,Mfaetion of the fnurt lliat
. thu dekndant, ncnj imin V ard, is not an inhabitant
of lhh fctalTatid llmt pMcnM cannot be pt-rnoiially
rvtd fon btwi, it ir ordered that rmtiliculmn be
mad ii) ,im .i.'"f iiirt d Me&seAZTi1 and the Raleigh
Re siitek .fur Ir'nnlhs, nindn'g t! said
Hv-hJ fniio W ird to apjxar at our next Superior
Court pf Iaw tdlf; held for the' 'county of JlendeN
flm(",. at the Courturmtise ta Ili-ndersontdJe, on the
lir.-t Mo:i Jjj aftcrthe fourth Monday tn ScaVelnber
next, tlijii 00 1 t!t re to plead to or answer the said
j titiiin.-rtthefa ic Iho same w ill be heard erparte.
Wi",h -, J fl.iT ('. Gulhck, CK rk of fuid Court, at
rifiicc tlwi foilrtl Mundav fn JuncA. D.,"1S16
f, ; j.c.-HULLICKCl'k;.
Jrt! 3, llf). Gw ' IV'rit. r'r. fi S-i. ' .306
- ' "JSTATcor N out 1 1- Caiiolin, .
- t . Utj.NcoMhE CuCr.iV, 1 - . -'Superior
-Court (yf"JJa.!C--Snring Tern, 1816.
-4 r . Jisun Walker,
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: -.:'. ' " : Marvno Walker. " ' r - v,' --.-
1 'relilum. for Divorce. 1 t
' Upon thv im of the Shtrifl", that the defendant
. r a'unot be found, ud- I roclaniatiefir haVng .been
r rnadu at the door of the Conrt-liouso by the -ishcrjff
under th order -f ho Conrt, for the defendant to ap-'
je3r aol an-fACr as4 ponioiariiJtd by the -subpoena.
Then fre, otJt red by the CWt that riubhcation
lc in .d. an tne nijuianu .uessger, t A she villi .
and tliC Kle'gli .licgistir, at, Ualejb for ;' three
months, tv quiring of the defendant to: b?,ar.d appear
"at tho next t act of this Court to ba held At the Court
lion'i t A-:)1 lv, n the 2nd Monday after U 4lh
Monday of Stptf inber next, or tliatjudginentwiU be,
jUikenrroeonrifj l'iC r,"''l-,on hoard,,'
Witmcts, JilK C'oloman,. Itrk of said Covd
"'Offiee, tle 2ndIoday afUr the 4tb. Monday
of March, 18 1G. ' - "
. , jrH.COLEMANfCns. ,
Justrcccivedahd'wdl be IJ -at the lowest pri
RANldN & rULLT'A.V;
April 3, 1846.
! 1 VJi VJi Va 1
riive now rm riiw'i n k-iiih
tvrf van.-ty r.f CrryaU, iJu.xv, ar. 1
nvovJ 1' Ct-rmsihan tlio J-amc article., hui
V. r have row on f sd an! w U cntinee to ep
frc b.rnr-r red in t!,..-i r'-irktt.
Ourtoa. f . v; j "
pi Lir"", on'4,iT"T f " -i.-;- .1
fi'i .ivy; fi Or. f? -i IrVrnW f " .
l ,C p"oJu C Of I III ,' 'fV. '
Jan.D, t'n If
4 . t.iii t
For sals by -
iiCct and, parasols.
, ' 17. TTLLJ US.
, , . riatced Oil ,
By ih "-"r n orlarrtl. for f by i
' inurcU tf W. WILIJA.'
Z7, E tf. dtrcctlv from tw York, whrch ajS ill
S be ablejto sell very law fr oash, or produce of'thc
AberIIT Jan,a2,M6. tf. J ' 281
f .; NOTicg- , . i ;
0 the mUerat,tdnim tht time of holding ike Tuia.
:." Meigf Baptist. Association.:
A the Western Convention now meets at thVun.
rkial time of hot din? that bod v therefore. aVr-ed
tht said Association convene Friday before the 3rd J
fcabbath lnepterxibcr next, with the Church ata
Tannaii. dlaeon county.' W. C. : i
' 'July 3, 1846. 6t
DU.-G. 11. FREEM.X, 'would reppcclfully
tender bjs professional 'services to 'the citizens
of Western North Carolina in the vrfnous branches
ofbis Profession, but especially in th? cure of Can.
cers and Uleevs tf long 'standing which hava.bith.
trio been pronounced Incurable. Dr. Freeman baa
a tiumber of certificates of ctfre's performed by hrra,
that place the matter beroml doubt that he can cure
arty Cancer in from four4 to sif days, while Ihtre
are svvtral pcrvona now' in JJuncombe. County to
whom..rcference is mado who will cheerfully testjfy
to the fact of b baring performed radical cures,
lie may bo eon? n! ted at his residence oa Bear Crek,
yirec miles from Col. Cltunn's Hndgr, on theWgst
ide)f French Broad Ilivef. pr by letter Post paid
airedled lo JLrphtnd Post Ofiice, Buncombe County,
Ut, Freeman would visit Patiej)t any where in
North or South Carplina: Georgia, an-i XnncBoe,
and would-receive patients at his own house, whye
they would baVe the advantage of bis medical atter
dance until a cure was perfeily effected. His charges
will at all timQp be moderate andjn proportipn to the
, lcfcrtoCoK HODCCRABiJN,
; j. at,, rice, Esq. -
f . t , . ' ' LITTLETON. PARIIAM.
i--,' 1 ii " ; 1 Buncombe Co., Nt C
May' 1, J 840. , 4m. 297
' I "have been credibly informed that "Joeiah : II
Carter has beeh ofTcjing to sell tvvo small notes pur.
pdrtin to be signed by mc, which notes aro spurious
or t forged, ahd of vatue: I therefore forwarn al?
person from purchasing the same.- 1 " -
SAMUEL SMITH, i
Murphey, Jape 12, 1849. 5t
cotton yarn at wholesale
' and retail. 4 ' : !
. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, :!.
.-Has or hand a - largo quantity of very superior
O rrON YARN, fmin the Faluna Tactory, Co,
-lubia, S. C, for 6ftle at retail attho usual prices,
om which a liberal deduction will he made to-those
;vhobuy to sell again. r ', ':
Orders-from any of the neighboring eounfies for
VarUi will be promptly attended to': at "the rates at
which thrrf factories have been furnmhfnsrf it. -.The
quality of the Yarn- is fully equal to any spun in
' AJ)rd 10, 1846. tf. , . "
Indigo, JUaddcr9 '
Uopncras. Epsom Salts. "Surar. Coffee.- Si,e. &,e
for aale as cheap as thp'clicapcst, or a'httle more
Vby - v J. S.&.J. P. SMITH.
- TIIo subscriber ha? taken charge, of the Eagle
Hqtd ip Ashcville, NC, formerly kept -by James
W. Patto.-v, Esq.. -An ; taking m charge this large
and-eommodious Establishment, He assures the pub.
lie tlat .'he.-"will. give Vis whole attention, to the
Uoopr Jkvherft he will be ppoVidcd with good Bcrvsfnts
.ind hostlers, and well stocked With provisions of all
kinds ; enmmort.. in Tlie couotry. GRAIN. ANJ)
SOOD DRY-LOTS FOR DROVERS, $C. j
i - In tnakmz this announcement he Aoea not flitter
himself wijh tlie prospeet of' increasing tbo alreadj
large "pMronsge Jho bouse hae, iHit' hopes to keep
race, with ins predecessor, if he can de thishe will
be satisfied.. In the sorpmcr. season tberj .will be
keptflr the Ilascmcnt of the bnil-dmg and entirely
private', A; WE Ll REGULATED BAR for the accom
inodudon of Travellers and Boardirrf. - ' i
t . - RL W. ALEXANDER.
Ashcville, N. C, Jan, 33 1846., j' ,v i
CALL & 'EXAMINE
Oia stiUk of American, Engli&I and French
PfTn.1-, berorejpurchasmgtlscwlire.. Also, our stock
of Gir.gham, Cambrics, Jackcrnett,, Swi?, Book
and plain "Alushns, and drrs? habdkcrchief and if
you ro not purchase of us it will jml be becajuse you
thinlt our prices high, foe wo soil a 4,leeUc" cheaper
than apy body else. Tryns. i -i
y ' US. & J. P 'SMITH..
n 'Ashcville, OoU31t18U..tf ; 272.. l .
A .large - lot jut! received 'unusually low: for
cash.' . i l. ' M r
'. . - : . -5 RANKlJf &, PULLLA.TT.
' .Apfd3rI846. ' V
First quality pf Irn at ..'i. cents -a -pound, i Casi
Steel at 25 German tcdat 20, and aiks at 8
ctuts- , a t'
". t ALSO, . r ,
AYlwte Tad and Window Gtasa, just re'cVjvcd and
fortaloW ' JESijC S. Si J. p. SMITH.
NUWiAXD EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
. ' ' 7. . . OF,,
NowTamin? at er NEW STORD in Ashe:
jH, avineh wui be su'J at either -
WIIOLELALE OR IiCTAlL J 1
at the very lofrest prices for eastf. -
Pec' trs. Covr.try Merchant aidtcadrof fami
lies m Western North Cn.ro' ni,vba have liUlicrla
it ,izbd the Au'T'Jc-ta ar ( t LirJeton markets.
j-n j:l L.iJ", by examination, acciuV.natior pfinqgec-
ment t laalte their ptfrchase of us. i? are grate
ful (at Vic libt'r44 ptroBage we have 'received since
thecomiyvTicement of Li-'nes here, and promis in.
ereaflcd nfFortslo furnish goola at sati.faVtery rate.
v. 'RANKIN &. rtJLLfAM.
Asheillle, .ifptil 3Iti3 , , j ' . . t
SCR PrL)XTES -FOR SALE. k .
- Ftrty jf the beai.-t.fal JJngraving's, iiscd in t-J'o
5LadyV BKik,wiII lie sent to any person. on rccc.pt
of One Dollar. .They are all from S1 eel plates, and
aC a handsome add.lion to ay crap Book.- '
" Address t. . - , 1 A. GODEY, .
rubikknr IInU Pkilaielphitt.'
Superior Cou LarnTrntlSl5A
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wfctw 7 cori. uat an JLVra '1 crm J t:- f
ijSth Mondajrin August fixt,.ani to w.tmud.
ni aidtiful aro1 r , -tn iitM ntia - 'met.- ,
It s lLrtl.er utc, rv J, t.'i l V. cation ut V. r raintf
be made tn the fLUjnJ .lcesviicr t itlrevil!c
for fir Fifrct-Mire wei k. . . j , . ' ,?
V.'itncs, John ttaiJi, Clerk "f,iaid - Court; a
cfUce, ti(e it!i AI IrJaj i l Mreh 1 1(3, nod ia xtiC
T0t!i year 6f our Iisdpenilpc, . i " nt " (" .
I-sujJ the fcCh d jj of Jarr, , A. D. 1$ I I
i. 1. SMUHC1 It. .
Jun-, 1J1S1. , tPr; ff 331 6vr ,
RICHEST UXUZ C? LIFE ISIICALTIL
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l l CI.,. !r t, i H .
AKE the "cheapest and ni'ist approrei - Farnily
Medicine ever ofFercd'la the Public. They are ex,
treraely mild inAieir opjpralion, neither ra using sick
net8 of the stomach, nor any unpleasant sensation
m the systeni, as id loo frequently, the ca9c with
medicines given to act upon the bowels; hence mul
titfUdes, who have been unable lo Uke' other pills or
preparations of. mcd'ctne. en account 'of their1 pau.
seating effects, use these pills without the Ughtest
disagreeable, feeling. i . ' . '
- By their rrAniftBt and sensible action rjpa.r the.
chyU3,.Vluch ur tbe fountain. hcad f fialth ordis-7
ease, they may jus'tly be c4nsidered . Universal
Medicine, and thfi. complau.ts that coma most di
rectly under their influence, and for which theare
so particularly d( signed, are as follews: BililioUs
Fever,- Fever and YAgue'; D'spepsia, Liver Com
nlaints,.Sick lieud-achc. Enlargement of the Spleen,
Jaundice, Aslbiua. Propsy, Uhetimatisnu Piles,
Chohc, Bowl an i suVnmcr complaints, Impurities,
ol tne blood, female obtruclmn , Ileartburp, Kan
sea, Farced Tongue. Distention of the Stomath and
BowcJ,' Iocijient Piarrtcha, Flatulence, Habmars
Coslivjenessi letcrqii nation of blood to the head,"
Lops of Appetite," Blot chejd of (Sallow Complexion.
and in. all cases of Torpor of the, ; bowel, where a
cathartic or apperient medicine is needed. . As many
of lhaabovc cnunicrated diseases come on, irrrjwrv
ceptiblv, and becomeffat adVanaed fn-lh$ir vrojrrcss
before rt i suspected that they caist in Uie systeni,'
no ono s'lould expect in such casca, to be at once
relieved entire ft,-: but alrouldfcontlnue Jheaiso of the
pills for a poosj4arahl lengih of tjm6. FuU .direc-
tmns accompany the medicines for their tisvih alJ
mose cvinpiaiuia jor wnicn mcy are rccommepoed.
.rricpyo pents per box. n it: .
- WORjlS cause iho eatli of thousands; and suf
fering to million. Dr. Hull's worm lozenges arc
'he surest and safest preparation eyr;discovered for
expelling woxmsf.. They are vo ' pleasant to the taste'
tnai eiuiaren wur xry ior inem as tiiey would canay.
Only read what thiroedicine haVaone. . ' :
Yorkvillei Gihscm Co.. Tenn.. Doc. 21. 1643. "
Dr. C. E. llnlU-sSomc mnnths incc your agent
left with me for sale, what he considered a large sup.:
nly of your Worm Lozenges, butl have sold all out,'
ard could have sold tnrce .tunes as, many more,, had
I been pupplied to. tlikt amount.' I Uopc :you will
instruct your agenJL to leave: a intich greater suplj
when ho comes tais Way. again. Their use In my
famil? has been of gieal benefit. , E.tfward McGor
cle, IJ.str.- gave soniov to a euld of his, fcAir jrears
old, epd the., first .dose brought away Oetwecn thirty
and forty norms. r. ityam Mc Daniel had a
child whonuthc nlivsicians pronounced irlcrable,
and paid it would die," but.tbQ child was cured 1
Osing.Dr. Ilulf'a Worm Lozenges, ' j v - "
. .-: " :V t YoUTS, trtll V, ' ' ." - ' .-
Price 25 centspcr dot. 1
PR, HULL'S .
:t EVERY- Family in the United States should keep
a supply of Dr.'IIuir$ Cough Loxcngcsm the house,
not onlv.to cftuijteruct thc conspmptive tendencies
of the climate.vbot to bo used f s a preventive medi.
cine in all cass of colds, coughs, spitting of. blood,
paTrTin the sidd.ioti chest, wlftlopmg eough, irnta.
tion end soreBcsrof the lung!, broichitis, difficulty
of breath ing.'ht-ctic fevrr, night sweats, emaciation,
general debihf y, 'astlinu. in'icpza and croups. A
single -boxof lKi'mcdctne' w ill veal jts. astonish.
ing'jVirtncB, and open at once the fountain of 'health
and strength to 4hc" afflicted. ""Price- 25 ecnts per
bok.' " r - .
IT iras been,' and tomc $ldf consider that the
lootb-ache cannot Be cured without extraction.
This however 'm an errqjneous sentiment. .Dr- La
count's Elixir wilk, if procrJy applied" deaden 'tho
sensibility of tho inflamed nerve, and efU'd a -speedy
and permanent cure. It U sold at the low price, of
only -JO cents per .vial. ' - .
. These, truly, valuable medicines, are: for salo m
Ashcville Ay Messrs Patfon & Osborn; .in Hen
deraonville by- IiPpley Ac, Nation;. '.II. C. Hamilton,
Rutherfordton; )t. Rabc, GrecnvllJe, S. G.;
and on enquiry may be fvund in almost cvry Stor e
and. Post-office m .N CL, and the Southern States.
April 24, 1746,. 298 Cm,
ok; Josirv n. xiappoldt
Having Fettled In the low n of Morganton,' ten
ders his professional services, in. the various branch.
estof. his profession, to the public. . - i- . 5 ,
If. a devotion of twcnty-lhree years entirely to
the practice-of his profession, .keeping pace with
the improvements in medical acience,: and cjoee,
studious habits ilurtxtg that period, entitlo iny; one
to reward, then he twou!d humbly: hoe toi receive
such a patronage as merit- claims) anjj such as he
k& heretofoesecurej,a .
lie would call the attention of nival. da who suf
fer from the various chronic affeetiorreY such asCys.
pepsia in its diversified forms arid associations, dis
eases of tho liver, lungs, heart, .ttomach, bowclsj
kidwys, &c. &.C., a'rid also the landular disorders,
which are sa-.o.nmon of a serofulods and cancer.
I ous nature. Female dibljrders, sooten distressing
i and complicated as Jo ; produce, despondency in the
patient anl pifczle the doctor, have been and are
.uccssfully treated b him., His mode of treats.
A?nt is different, in a gtca, degree froiA what is
'. .. n . J 1 . i ...t? :
gei-rany -puisucu u) wmih, unu m uiaaing inwro.
mirk he would-be mindful of due deferenee to his
professional bretlirr;it. lie .would be ;unde,rstiKd
'simpiy fo Kirtic me laci, witnout arrogatrng to uim
jiell a fupcricrity, and Uiercby detract from llieahe-
fiff others, fc .
Y Tlie many and complicaleff diseases' of tho Ere
have been cured by him after others have faited. Dis
eases requiring Surgical treatment and Sjir"icat op.
"orations, baxc claimed no unull share of his atleu-.
tion, and he is plcasc,d to say, in this respect, that
.success has rcwardcd htUurgieal efforts.,
Ile'will, promptly attend 'all calls, far or near.
Epistolary advice Will be given wlien required. He
is juLso prepared to rfccive an,d accom mod. itcv at his
fcsidcnoe, S nalid"? from a ditSncc, and woufd pre
fer treating eases at his repidence that Tequirc sur
gical cpor&tjon airdhis e subsepient attention.
. lie may be consulted at all times at his resrdonce
orofTiJc in Mbrganton, except when absent. -
ti; poo shall recjive bis -professional serviced
without any fee- , ,
Alorganton, March 3, I85-3rr., - 290
DIRECT from rhiJ.-ii''-Ybia; ch paper bears the
hbelr and warranty cf . vnt Landrcth. For sal?
by ' liArvKIM i UL.L.IAJH.
lercd at the lowest ,
Cei leave Jo inform hi&bid friends and IheTHilu
he rcnerallv. that he Is n iv receiving aod opcomg.
direct from New "Y.ork, a splendid tock of
liU-h, bavin; been pure! ased cutm ly for cash, he
tlitfte rs himself he rii t-.cU' a little, totctr. tbau any
j othf r ia thss marki' ,
v. H is ftoek ia gone f-al erhl eoxrvpMe, embracing ev.
ery ihmg usually billed fof m tbU section of cwun
try. - His aswjrtcueot of :: ..:
- 1 ' DOOT'S AND SliOES . '
Kjeriusualhr band;omc aj well us very cheap. The
bcU - -' . , .
. , i Y Lt'CHSIN HATS
o the town are at, kia store, as well as the cheapest.
ra splendid rarvety, positively "cheap a dirt." Ilia
stock of ViW I S be hortestly believes is unequalled
in Vthese d:f rma, both in quality and pnefe.-
CUTLERY of vcrV description- First qualify I
sxjlc leather at 2 cetjtsa pound; Upper Leather in
Proporlioiv Groceries of all kinds kejt constantly
on hand, of the best quality, and at prices a 'Uetlen
cbeapir than the cheapest!
i. As those who wish to buy will'of course call and
examine for themselves, it is needless to give a long
Just of article's and. prices. v It is sufficient to say
that I have bfplendid stock of choice and desirable
Goods, which I am determined tb sell at prices which
eartnot fail to please.
v ; j 'JIUGIIJOIINSTOX.
f Aieville,Jne 12 If" - "313
; Great Attraction!,
' mLLLUl YILLTAMS
,, Is now opening at his cheap store in Xsheville 'a
beautiful jtotk,of new and fashionable spring and
summer , t 1 - - . ,
comprising every -vur.'ctv :0f Drv Goods for ladies
and gentlemfen'e wear, many of which are entirely
.:i-4, 4 4, 5!4, J5 4 Bleached and brown slicct
iogi and shjitinos, boots, shoes, bats, '
. bonnet,1 & fine bonnet trimmings,
t hardware cuilery,, English l - '
T & Gerniari mowing and
, ' J ra'dling scythes, ta- 4 '
' , , tjle nnd pocket , ' ' '
; . I 'A KMIVjSS (
' , - hinges, and t
! screws, &c. &c,
, , GflpClRlES-Spicb,
v . , P"PPcri ginepaints, med
- icines, dye stuff), Smart's steam
rrfid candymatlieral, rico,molasscf
crockery apd glass,- wore, &c. djc. &c. &ci'
These goods added (o;-tbqsc already on hand,
makes a rich assort-nienty and 'are offered for sale at
prices Ihatannot fail lo give.satisfaction. All per.
Sons in search of" good, handsome and cheap goods
aretesjKictfulTyinvjted l giye mo a. call. As cheap
as inc cncapesi; is now tlie word.:
. Juno 12, 1816 tf
. " Sale of Valuable Real Estate :
: By ,virtuc of a- decree 'made in the Court of Kqoi.
tj-for Buncombe County, at Spring Term, 1846, in
.the lease in said - Court pending, wherein Mira
Vance, Guardian of the infant heirs of D. Vance, tie.
ceased, is Complainant .and M.L. Neilson Snd his
wife Laura II; are D.eferWante. I shall offer that var.
Sable farm and all the adjoining land on Ream's Creek
belonging to the Heirs of Daid Vanee, Deceased,
for sale trftho highest bidder on the 23 24, and 23
days of September next. The salo to birjnde on the
premises, and hi one. ormore tracts 'or parcels as
may then be thought- best, on a credit of one, Awo,
ttiree, lour, and live yearsf . withintcrest; . from-date.
One third of the purchase money to fall duo the
jSn-t, year, and the remainder in Jour equal instal:
n ents, the purchaser or purchasers giviilg bond and
approved security. j C i. V -: r,
ALSO, at-thq Mills en Ivy, formerly the- properly
of E. II, Ilughcyr shall sell the said Mills and one
hundred acres of adjoining land, on a credit
prone and two years,, with interest from date," on 'the
22d ,day of- September next. The putcaaser givinr
bo.id.and approved security. To be sold by virtue
of the same decree.
. l L B' SAWYER, c. "Su m. e.
May 81846. -2-tds. " 293 i
Edgewohh Fehialc Seminary. -
Rbv. Profoor ITIor'san, Principal
and Tt achcr of. the Latin. Greek and English, TAj
EUagcs; Mathematics and Philosophy; Mental .and
Moral Science. i ,
Mrs. ITIaria ITIorsan, Viee Principal.
?Iis n. p. Sa I K3urj, "Teacher of' tlie
t rench, Italian and Spanish Languages; prawinjr
and oil Paintin?. i . ,
ITJKs Xv M. nrowil, 'Assistiint Tcao.her
in the higher rtudiV and ornamental branches.
Mi", CliarIeIcicrMlie, Ttacher f Music
on the Piano, Guitar and Organ; also the Teacher
of vocal Music. .
The term of 23 w'eeks wilf open on the 2nd July.
Exjwnses 75;'50 paid in? advance; Mu.icon to
I lano S20; a foreio-n hino-naire Dnw ... f.m.
od Pai0ting$2o. 45 v v '
as uie number pf bevding pupils is: limited to
p early application should Be' made ; for those wbo
are preparing to enter Edgeworth.
'Letters may be addressed to the Principal, or to
Gov. Morchead, Greensboroneh N. C.
Jane, 26 1846. 3D5 3tf '
OMBRE SHADED, f
Lisle, threadrand Bcrage scarfs and hawls, for
sale client, by- ' w: WILLIAMS,
Printed JaconetsTmd Lawns, a splendid aHieTe
for ladicB jdresses, fir sale by v , H
- " r r. IIjIjIAMS. ,
i Brandj-olh'spiIIsjut received at the new Apoth.
ceary'a Store .together with Lee's, ' Cook's, 'and
Larpcnlcrs Ths, Houck's Panacea, Jayne'e Expec-
..ordial, Sherman's Cough and worm Lozenges &.c,
for sale by . , ' 1 (
, 1ct, 4 ' 1 ' T. C. LESTER.
June 12 t . ; - . 3Q3.
r ? '
Tirst quality Ttnnessee Floor, at 2$ cents per
rvuyu, ,cit ju ijTJAniuiea io sun porchascrs, by
Feb. 27 tf
. - . mo corFER, c
10,000 poundof best no coftjast received and
at the lowest rates. '
Hails, Casting, PIoK-'a Jloulds.
2.1 Icpdk rAim inl Mr-T 5 r ' . .- : ' -'.
" ' '. ."" "vv";iOj assorted sizes.
Also a ood assortment; of Castings and a few
Ptugh Moulds, afl.of which will be sold at the Wert
market prices. , to .
t , PATTON & OSBORN
: . an - ' , ' -r. 3'J2.f s
.....v a..u iiw ioiuc, nay s.iniment, Swayne's
yfap of W ijd Cherry, Thompson's Eje Water, Mc.
Mtmn s LI;xir Baleman's Drops, British OtL.Dal.
by s Oarm native. SttcPs OnoilehW r.nArra'.
' i .ii 'ii-ni i i ii f jNHlm1' "i""inMll, y.j.f'Jm"'"''W 'm
,; ' L- ':' - m i :- j. iV
;? , fou aVokms. . . .
A h"ily';ThwUe-: preparation, CRpahlc from the
promptitude of ils.action of clearing the-system in
a trw hours .of cveTy worm-; 1
i Hi'o, exceeding mi all iquantlty of this medicmt
required to test the existence of. worms or to remove
e-vtry one from lbe sytni, il'vn! m a few
hours. - together with "itsfgreat certavj,tv of effect.
constitute it one of the nH lrhnnt discoveries of
the age. It scKlom needs. to be repeated and never
lobe followed bv anyollur purer-. TUn fore, M
unrent ease?, as those of mTS, SPASMS or CON.
VUIjMONS, caust d by iorirs, it vprivahd sufn ri
ority w-manifcKtcd. : FewfriK dicines are bellercalco.
lale'd to improve the heal ill uf children, wen where
no' worms exist: as it removes tlrose m ,-s-s of erudi
tiea lhat Inland eio?t"ly adiu r - to iho toIlIlcll and
howelrf. ffivifi rise to aymptoms lhat. counterfeit,
every anety of vor'nj 5l tc d.e. ' Though prompt
and certain in its rptraioivanil not unpleasant to
the taste, it is pcrf't-ly ls;ifvt ar,d .adup.ted to the
tenderrst age.- ' ,; a- .. - :(..-.., JO -,.
The following tcktiinotiials arv rihtted from a
multitude of olherj as evidence of its great rutdicins
vahie:1 ", .1'. -:' - '
The following ra from ain. eminent PliTsiei:m. ,
Joniit-Wrougl, Tenn.. Dee. 3d, 1811.
Dr. II.lFv Pery Ijakc great picaj-ure in recom
mending to the public your aluabloVerrn.fuge,
properly called Dead iSho I'have been vendrng it
for two years Netiingof the kind liava I ever
old' that, has ',giren such tinivortar eftti.-f-ietion.
There- was onoeae m my innnediate ne.ghtwrhtHid
that I now recollect of in which ono dote caused
the expulsion of 50 worrns from a small child, as
the parent' informed jue ac-rwards. : '. '
y. : .; .: Very rrsxret fully r -
JOIJN YANCEY, M. IX
Extract from a lcter-ietnted from a Merchant in
h , : . , -Kenti chj.' J
f": ! Prestonb a rg, Ky., June 10, 18 14.
Dr II- F. ,Perry I rcci-ived the medicine (Dead
'Shot) 'sent me a few( wctl s since, an' it is all gone
and the people are"4vantir g nlore. If I had 1,00')
bottles Tcou Id soon tell th m,' it taken before any
thing of -the kind cver-ollbrcdT lit TCf and hfid gi ven
entire satisfaction; the deiniwn j ia coifManMy mereas
ln?. new applications In ihls mad' every diy. Phae
tvnte and k t inc knpw liuw
1 can get'a large qunaf u
No niore',' tut remain
ly: shipped from Balliinord;
yours in great h-lste, ,' . (
; ' 4 James
ExIracV fmvi a letter l-rcehed fiom JJr? Wharton
JNewcastle, u.j Jju. 2J, 19 1
Dr. Ptrryr '
Dear-Sir I gave a vial fl
f 'the Dead Shot" you
: of trs.tina; Us merits, to
IcU with rne . tor Hie )urjK.
a friend of inmel who mlroii
iiiccd Us n-e in ma mily
by giving it to a patient scittUd irs a i-UUable ca-e.'
It . waS'.'-admirnstcrad accn d:ng to - the directions
around the vjal, .ami To mi aftani-lunent, the first
operation brought awny aloul 3.j worms. " I Imve
'afmmiterj d it' in njvir.if oilier innlanc "i mnce,
With sifuilar 'good success and . it will afford me
much pleasure in doing all ti my oivcr to recom
mend it fo the.; notice of frtends and the public
generally. With respect yoit, &e. -.
'Iil)&. J. WHARTON.
Lynr-hburgJ V'a., Nov. 2 1st. 14 1.
This is to certify lhat 1 InlvC sold I'hc V-cnnifuffc
(DEAD SHOT) prepared By Dr. H.'F. P.iry.for
about twelve months and
cacy in marly cases-in one
avc wrlncssed i's
base particuIarlv--a" pa-
tu nt (middle-tigcd man) w hrd
hid bet n tro-iblcd w ith
f Tape-Worm for several "ycirp, exhibited to rue a
large quantity (say aurqta pint,) which-lie inJonncd
. .:..,' i.. .,: - ' .
,me had passed, by liTe'UHe ol
one or. two-vials; and
iret.t ih it tlie pit cut
w 1 1 hi 1 1 1 1 y k n rw led ge
in no case wnere u was upp
.had worms, has it ever failed
jLYMAN, lirugg, I.
r Price 25 CenfsWr viah:'.
Prepared bvDV; II. F. Pi
rv. &rd siId whnle.ii to
and retail by A"B h D. irjj-, .Irng-lH, J 0t Ful-
toh'bt., cornciof Will. am,
! & .1.1 i.l-M hv 1..f ln X iV.f.
rnf Ashcville; McRee
& Gunlcr MoV.-mton; W Shams, Haywood- &Go.j
Raleigh. and by DruggUils gcjnerally tiicouhout tlift
SAKDWH WAR. APARpXTjA,
i FOR Tl IB Jl EM OV A 1, A.NP rER(MA.vr.NT CCRK OF A IX
. -tlSKASES AHIS1VO JROM A.i.'JMIt'JlE STATE OF
r, ; i THE 6I.OOO OR 1IABJT3-OF THE SVSTE. VIZ;- - ' -
Scrofiilaor KitzJErfl, Rci matpiii, O'lmate Cu
: tancon EruptiSn, Pimp!t 9 or Pustule on the
; Fiicc,) niofckfif, Rtte. (hr-thie -Sore J2yt lltni
; Wond pr Tetter, Scald ll nd, Eiilarsmnpnt and
Pain of, the Bonei and J tint, Stuhlotn Ulcers,
. Syphilid SytnjSiimt, Scia'wt or Lnmhta and
DiKCasrt arising fioiwun n judicium rv of Ma.
XcurVy Ascites or Dropittj, Epn.irife or Iwu ndenre
.. ' Life. ; jAUOi Chronic Con it tt'u tonal Disorders.
The vaVe of this preparation is now widely
known, and every day hj fi Id of its usefulness is
CT.n ' .-r. li B approved anil highly rccoifi mended
by 1 uy.icians,.and is admitted to be the mosj. pow
erful and searching prepuratic n. from tue root that
his ever "been employed in m -dical practice.' It is
not 1 1 in its operation,. b'jt grntr.il, extenping
through the whole system.; It neutralizes the poison"
ous dements vm. -the blHd arid restores a healthy
tone to - tlie organs -which' 'gejnfralc. the flu'd. In'
scrofulous and all external disorders, t he result is a
rapid healing of the sores an.J nrrstules. Wi rhr.nma.
tism and other painful afttctibcs of fKe muscular
k. n .!... . . ... '
uulci pcpujr rtinouai nt me pain, nnd in all cases
arcncwal of strcri'th, keepmgjpace with the retreat
or me disease Irom the fysteili. it ' ia put up in a
highly" concentrate foryi,f convenience and por
tability, -and when dilul'tl aCi.ording. to the three
lions, each bottle w ill mike sit timt s ihe quantity,
equal to one quart,rand M then superior in medicinal
Value lo the various preparations bearing the name.
The proprietor r.re almost daily receiving tCBiimo.
nialsoff r ' mt,prctahlc elfir.icttr, ttstifiing to
'' ' - 3 tin active antf curative medicine.
4 -II. l: , .-.-..ving, i ti fore tirg case is presented," and
uie ic.n.-.r ,'i(-d io its carcfu perusal. ,. Comment
on. eue.ievi n tmn'-cersary'.
" 'i L Hark N.J. iistrn). l6t, IM1P.
Jtwv. A. ii'.-D. SatkdtyLu Oliver' child,' of
uns p.yce, was attached with aj scrofula when two
.yvaiacHu, wrjicn soon reduced Her to a mere, skele
ton. The disease pervaded thd whole ej'stcm and
man.fcs.U.d itself irtmallffni)nt lorCH on Ihe head,
body andlimb.4. D'fferent phUfidnS in Newark,
Utilevide and New York prescribed for. her at vari
ous tibies, but finally jave op the case as perfectly
honrU,. At last Mr. Ol i vv.t Lji:- iTirtnr-f ft tn trv
y . r Sar.ipari!Ja, and aocordirtgly procured four
' ' "vh'h was4 sparingly idrpinibttred, with
I'.-i.ij J.erruuons, yet with the niosi decided benfiU
Abvut ,tv.o months agt rbccajrhr kequainted with
the circumstance. .of the case. iTlte child, who is
bow aged our years, was one colnph-tc mas ofelis-
wm., urj'i. incupabje ol using aiy of her JihiN
Her-Lu , Bivollcn to nearly twice ita natural
size, tho u i , Lrnhs Snd body Wore almost entirely
cover JJ v i , ,i I . rc sores. , b-fe wjw unable to moyo,
anT ,v ' 1 no notice of iinylhmg"i pnly .lo
hrin ' , ', touehrd even' by, her mother.
Ihe c. ' , at the same time, vs equally severe
inwaroi y tten'dcd with bloody evacuations every
fty honjs.. They procured some nore of the Sarsa
panti'j, ar.d,. bc.foTc. she . had taken one , bottle slip
could slip down, from the eJiair anjr creep across the
room. .She has now juht fiius-l cd laking the scemd
bottle, and the soecsare iir arlv all healed, the limbs
are restored to their natural use, sfic is quite cheer-
Aui,aoa..ijat impru'mg iirhcalt.t - .
- . ' . Yours vt ry rdi-w ctfidTy,
' , . " - C. J. WARNER. ' '
' - Sco! of Ylnlh'a State Tern, boc.
- The following is an extract frorri a letter received
frowIMrs. IJevaji.'wht had been afRictco" for several
yers w,th Serofulous UIccVs, Dys!m-psia,v&,c., and
recently .h an ajf Uion if tljcXuront and Chest:
T'.a.kvvbmgh, y.P k .. 1 3th, 184.
' Messrs. AI HT&C U S4nd B.fre I commenced
using y0.:r Sarsaparilfa wy sufffrkjs were ahnoa
k . '- - '
pit nnrefs on, my l' ro jtwas f omplctely uw;
I I . vd a dreads cough, and tlu're were Yre.'t' J
veeks togitlher at 1 cjm a not pcak above t '
cn and. beside, tho ir.!liiij imtion fr
tnv!it l.i frtv head. S) tli irlv hfurln
,h l' I1 henn'fijt K4,
t-'i ig thb (ui.).',
ivi d andjnv Uirokli t
nmi 4i 1 1 n rw, t re J . Alter, tu
hort time mv heanu unpT jved andjnv tlmm . 1 -1
wtll I am r freo from ci-Ji and tightnen
chest as ev.r I was, and fan hear' quite d
Myl'irwt biqbttn wei.hl..t.t t,r e icmi:- -T
My t.irwt uanetn weuaiN.u; M,r e icmi
fure of , which his been eff CU d eiji,r-lv by t1 7
J Jour iar3phll4. Your I. 'id, " ,
Tiifc fi.l nvu-li tffr, rret ivcd fryi C. ; t; '
i fitnUeman wil known and ol t!nv Ii.lust rra, r
tb.hty, retul tig n Mn' sh iwS c onclusivi'jj"
value and t,ffuacy & Sa J S rp ihio c iZ
r!u uuiatwrni - i
M ble, Ala, July -3, lilt
, AJfessrs. Sands cTenfA-,! we. afflieted foria'
Ihifa ttn years with rhcurnatijcn, and it is witapU
suro I avail myself of thi opjrlunity to CTprt s
)oi tl o salutary ff.jet our tar- tprtl'a bad cm n.
In Jatiwry, l?-,. I ptircJi;ed of: ywit
Mr-rM. Moley Tuck' r, fie hotth-s, U-C (
loo' agreeably to the printed d.rocvle.n.4, w.hi 1 -If
nrti rtmoied tho coin p unt, and I he,noW
rtahou to behove my httfuh ia permanently r.f
' j : ''.. -'Youts, very' rrspcetfujly, '. "'
' Vt . nURoT.
1 or farther partitjtda- and conclive'tvUric
iti superior vaUre and tllkicy, see dinp.Met,i,k4
may be o'lUmud of Agents gratis. i
Prepared and sokl," wholesale and ret a it;-by A. 1'
I), SANDS, Wholesale Druggists,' 103 Full a 1
corner of Wjlhart. New York. s
Sold also by Battonv Oi.btj, Ashev.il ij CB
Oates,- Charlotte; Wilhams,' Iliivtvood & Co
leigh; and by Druggists genera 1 y -ihrouglie'i't ttj
United tates. Price 1 pcr bottle; 'six botUri-fc;
. HZTTho public are respectfully renucsted in.?
u cinVr thatvit jsS-mds's SiiBapMnl!a thai lw 0t
and. is oonstanflv achieving such remarkable tu
of the most-. difficult. cbssi ofjdiscasesjo which Ue
human, frame is ii! e.t; therefore atlt fof Ssndrf
Sarsapat ilia, and takf no other.' 1 - .
Aprd 21, 13tf.-v.396 ly. i
i .French jLa'si meres, ( ,
Orcgrn fancies, rtriped and checked linens, w'
a great variety of blhcr pantalooT stuffi, ununal.
ch.ap.bv ' W, WILLIAMS.
. June 13 ... if
Tlie subscriber Aishcs, to disose of Tract W
Land, coniju'nng uparili of 200 acrcssduate
rn ilea east of 'Ashenllc and lying prtly ort th n.
vcr rad. . There i- a firtt rate A W-lILLa
Iho pl.irc,: new, and not to br ' surpitsged by any
the county. AWi, sou 12 tf 13 acres of trti
ch ared bTid. Persons 'Wihlng to , pirr.1me wich
prtp-rtv wf.nli riouill le,i'l jnd eiCaniuic.
ral.temiH will he gvin tothif piirehase.- For fur,
ther mfuiuijiion cufl o'n. inv trtilu r or brother os
fewamiaiiO. or myf-cW at Marion, N,;C ; . " f
i J. McD. WIHTSOX.
Mirch C. 13i ir.
.UYT r'w nC-VT IN LL IRCillOl!! I
, 'pall and .v;; r.s:
A. r. &? CIUA
Are jiihtrecoivia nnd of-nung a splendid -X
STOCK . OF GOODS;
fresli from-tl'.e eastern ; culrs, wh:e!i. thry promie
and p'i.ti civ d i liirn shll be sold ui lo'; if not
lower, t!i .in any . otlu r Goo'ds, let tin in come fro(n
whit quarter tin y miv. i .
It is usual to;bias't through tlie medium of ami-vertidemf-rit,
and promise a. irreal m my' thmjs,n6t
expected to- be pi-jformod, ' Dot we only ask a call,
that wo may prove how. : far -,our aset ions way bo
behaved. If you want a. big load of Goods llr lit.
tlu'inonoy .come and aco u., and you jtoball iiotbs
dis.ippoi-it d. M , . "I- "t '
It, wul he - vofiiciejiMy Fafitsfactoiy,' we hope,' to
say that our "stock is general and romplrte, cornprit.
ing almost-evcryart'cle nlia!ly nv dein ind -in this
tountrv. Hi - Mock Ji.is h fi s(bet(,d with cars
'andjuiiirnieiil, nwd.fr .jm our knowledjrtjf hi' irtirtltfrs -apiertaMiing
to this luisim euiinot be bcattp for
leauty, 'laiiiy and chvupnti's lyiy where in the back
b 'imtrv. t i , ! ' . ,' " '
.. )Yjth due defi re ci tr i)i:r " r ninjH-litors, wev will
ay w c irctcrtd to b. it, tju in, if we can by fa if ind
honorable mparts, aird-jf -we hnd we can't, why tnett
we caif't. . ,- -;. .f
W e intend to do s4nuc1i rtrt posviblc a prompt bu
siiietrs, as we n:ieil our profit 4o be so low lhat lit .
dult,nce e uuiot.'nur oiijht riot, to be expected., '
,W c kindly admonish opr old cii&tomers not to,flf .
.?crt us, and we pledge- oujr(ves tlwy shall not bs
sorry for"Tt. Stick to us like brothers, and wc a;,
uuri! you that no good reaswn for complaint, shall ba
iven, either for want of accommodation or eooq
b.irga-n. A. B, &' J. CHUNN.
N. II. All kindsof country produce will Be takenv
in exchange for Goods, on the most accommodating:
terms, such as Beeswax, Fcatliers, W'ool, Tallow ;
and Fur Skins fn proper. season. v i ,
Abbeville, Feb. 20 If v . , , .' 287 I
Wc would remind jliose hf.our customers who'
have open accour-ts I with us,' of tho fact' of their c,
having bien made With the fxjnenet understanding
lhat they were to be settled by the first of January, i
1816. whicJi tiielns already: passed. We are un.'
der the necessity of makin; - collections, and bof
llfat those mdubted to useithtir by note, judgment,
ot hook account, will ; make payment between this . ,
and our April Court, for by s6 doing-they, wiir sate ft
us trouble a'nd tlii'iusolyes cost for necessity cosir j.
jfl Us us to celled. , '-u
. . - . YTQX OSBORN
-. A .. t. . : t i r.L,'nn .l i? ... : vn- . -.. .- ' . f -
JW:& T 'RE CJQ1 VEDi "'
A FRKS'H and full Supply of School Books, ffjch
as are most gefierally used in this countryconsist- . .
ing in part of Ihe following, yi. : '
Comstock's' Pbilosophj; Corastock's Chemistry; .
Davie's, Smrth's. Emmcrsim'si and Smuey's Arctb- -
nlatics; Smith's Grainmar-Smith's and. Mitchell's j
School Googaphy "and ; Atlas:; BlairsLeeture';
Darte's Algebra- D.me's Geometry; UjAam's Men
tal Philosophy; Jlacs Logic; Worcester's IIiBlory; i
Grigfr and Elliot's' Common School Readers, No 1
2;3,and '4; Elementary Spelling Books; Prjniary -du;
RationaLVocabuIary; , , ' , ' .
- : ALSCt, 1 '- '.r' . '
A few hand iomo Picket Bibles; I j .;
Melliodist llymns; Psalms and Hymns; js ;
V Baptist Harmony; Mercer's Clustery : ? , j :
Southern Harmony, (for Singing Schools).- f( j . 1 i
Plain bound "Bibles at 25 cents; , ''' i'1 . ", )
rri. - a rt. tC,A. nI, ,r Pili)An: i
- lilt' illllWItall VIIMHIlKIUi WUU':V. A "'"!""' ,1
Dauglilers Own Book;: besides nearly anfc vane- y
ty 'of books usually kept in this country. " . ; I
ALSO, " . r
A good assortment of Fools Capand Lettct paper; ...J,.
Wafers; Scaling 'Wav a beautiful assortment; Meei ;
All pf whichfwili be sold on the most acomrn-.. r
dating terms by-" '- :i-
May J, 1816. 297 tf. . .
..ilannfaciired TinMVare. '
We have a very larrre. assortment of i every- kind ! .
manufactured by Hosra Lindsay, of superior TF;
whicii we will " sell by . wholcsala or retail, at very (,
low prices. . . PxVTTON &, OSBdRN. I
1 Ashcville, Nov. 27, 1845 - ' v , T
II. Lindsiy will do all kinds of repairing in his"
hneot business, and will execute orders for Gutter- !
ing and pipes for houses. : His shdp just below PaU ' .
(nn .t- nln. ...: . : . '? ,-l
"FLOUR' FIX)UR! ' t t9
Either bj Ihe bag or barrel, both from Tennessee '
and from Col. Lijwry's mHI. : ' i ; ' ;
RANKIN it, PDLLIAM.
April 3, 1846. - ;
Just received lot of CranWry Iron, wiich b
the reputation obemg equal if noi superior to soy. , a
manufactorein"lh United States, and for sale cheap . v
" PATTON oc
JJuiie, 20 1345, '. - 305 tf. - -