STOLEN, fromthc fuVfcribr, cn the
-jiigh: of jhe4h inlUnt, from Col.
1 Dckeyfo's flable, a h)rfe, bridle,
and f.iJ JL. Thz horfe is about fopr
is-t ten inches hlh, of a light chefnat
fvirrcl colour, branded on the near or
Jrft fhouMer I. S. The letter S is not
plain from a flif of the branding iron.-
llii right hinJ foot is v.hhc, alfo his leg
iibouc half rp to the ham lie is wind
-;i!l'J very bad in his hind legshe has
remarkable fadJle fcalds on each fvde of
his back bout, about the middle of his
" He trots aniT canters Tery eafy, car
ry's his hea i . natwrally low. Whoever
ill deliver the faid horfcto tolonel De
keyfer during the fitting of the aiTembly,
(Kail receive the fum of FI V E POUNDS.
Th: fa idle aid bridle is fome worn, with
plated fttrups and bitts.
! SAMUEL SIMPSON.
Fayetteville Dec. 5, 1790.
PUBLIC NO TICE is hreby given,
that the fubferibers have taken that
commodious and pleafantly fituated
houfe in this town, lately occupied by Mt,.
Doasir, and improve the fame as a
COFFEE-HOUSE srti TAFES.N ;
and, for the accommodation of travellers,
have provided a good fet of jlabkt.
Thofe ladies and gentlemem who favour
them with their company, may depend o
their utraoft exertions to give fatufac
They alfo carry on their Vindu i and
Commission buinefs as ufual, in wich
they proffer their fcrvices to fuch gen
tlemen as may have bufmefs to traaaA
in this; town.
JOCELIN & D'HERJE.
i ALEX. YOUNG,
HAS JUST RECEIVED,
A large aflbrtraent of
EUROPEAN (sf WEST-JNDIA
G O O D S.
Which he will fell in Uts of two, three
or ire hundred jouads., for coi andftar-
afh, Tobacco, Wheaty or. certificates
will be recived inpayment
JFayctteyille, Deo. 6.
. I O
LL perfons indebted to
the eft ale of William
Hooper, efquire, deceafed,
arc requefted to make imme
diate payments and all per
sons who have any demands
r.gainft the faid eftate, are de
fied to render their accounts,
properly attcftcd, to
Jt'iliiaw Aoopcr Executor.
. Ililllborough.Nov. 25. 64'
A S delivered at the
Meflrs. Clark jbc M'Leran's
boat, among the goods of the
fubferiher, a bunch of FRY
ING PANS. The owner,
upon defcribing the property
and paying the expenceof this
itdvertifemcnt, fiiall have them
on application to
Fayettevillc, Nov, 29 64 66
1 1 i - 1 1 f . i
The .(ubfcribei informs the
public, that he has efta
bliihtda COPPER and TIN WARE
in this town where may be
had Stills of all fizes.
All kinds of Copper and Tin
ware, which he will dilpofe of
on reafonahle terms for calh
CaJfh given for old Cop
per, Brafs, and Pewter.
; AN AWAY from the
; '" fubferiberj living in Sam-
lion county, onjthe 9thdfayo
October lalt, a negro fellow,
arned PETER he ik af well
biade fellow, about 5 feet 10
inches high, has a large fear
dDa his left hk, is very ac
iti v e , $1 ad on when lie went
-away a fhort cotton coat
feather breeches, and broid.
Moth legingsl I expeft he
will endeavour to get to Vir
ginia. Any perfbn who will
apprehend laid negro and fc
cure him fo that I .ct hira
again, fhall receive ten pounds
reward, and all reafbnable
November 20, 1790.
I For Sale,
FIVE hundred acres cf
LAND on Lake Waco
thaw, adjoining to Mr. D u pro's
Plantation, with a jmail houfe
thereon. For terms, apply to
the fubforibcr, or to Mr. Sev
rin Erichlbn, in Wilmington. '
i ' - '-s
I Fayetteyille, Nov, 151 62 .
BOOK BINDING ;
Done in the neate ft manner,
j and on the fhorteft ' notice,
I at the printing-office
Orders from the ccivnf ry?
duly attended to, and;punc-
FayettcviUe, Nov, jo. if.