VENDUE STORE. FOr SALE,
THE fuofcribeT fees leave to inform
the public, that )ic has opened a
VENDUE STORE in this town where
he parpofes difpofmgj on commitfion, all
kinds of merchandise lands, ftock, ne
no, &c Sec. He fl itters himfelf the
ftria attention he will, pay to the inter
ets fthofe who favour him with their
commands, and punctuality in-executing
will entitle bm to their future
iV. Bi On j hand a good
afiortmcat of! DRY GOODS ant
WEST-INDIA ARTICLES, which
he will fell low for calii or produce.
Fayetteville Nov 41 1790- 6f-"
RA N AWAY from the fubferiber,
living in Sali(bury a likely NS
C'; RO FELLOW,rtaraed A DRA HAM,.
&!cnt thirty years old, about five feet fix
nehes high, and very lorty ; is much pit
ted with the fmall pot, and of a yellow
eomplexiorv; has a defeA in hi right
band, occafioned by a burn which he re
ceived when young, and which is very
cm fpicuous. 1 i will ' give TH REE
POUNDS to any perfon v ho will fecure
bins fothat I may get him again.
talifsurj, OH. 28, 1 790.
For fait a the Printing-Office
B L A N K S.
BEED- I mm
Ordinary Iictcfcs and bonds, --Aumiciftartion
M arriae licenfes and bond ty;
Ccalablci, bond;, .
Sheriffs' bail bends,.
Evidence tickets, .
Set. fa. vs. forfeited reeognrraiirs. .
Eitto. vs. bail in civil calcs,
V.,i:s, i j
S -bpcerns, :
2ci ds ro profceute.fuitfi
THAT valuable plantation, about three
xnilts below FayeUeville, common
ly known by the name cf"
now in the occupa-itn of Jamet BloI
rwcrth) efquirr, containing, with the
lands adjoining, about fixteen hundred
acies- The front on the Ttver is above
three quarters of a mile, and the lands
for a confiderable diftance back, have a
ftrong clay foundation, after which there
is about two hundred acres .of rnarfh and
fwamp, very rich, awdpartof it at all
times dry enough for a corn field with
a quantity of valuable ftave timber.
Through the fwamp and marfh there is
a never-f ailing ft ream, which formerly
turned an overihot mill near the, houfe y
and on the baclc lands there is good pine
timber,, and a much larger llream of wa
teron which there was for a flioit time
a 'faw-mi The hcuies may be repaired
at a fmall expemcc. -
Produce or Public Securi
ties will be taken in payment?; and pro
pofals will be received by John Hay9.
Jahn Ingr&r or WUliMr Barry Grave9
efquires, in Fayetteville, who are feve
rally empowered to make contrafts--o
by me m Wilmington.
On he back parts of the
lands there is a large quantity of ftone
convenient to the town, and generally
preferred for building Cellars.
November 20 1790 ;
"TTTHERtAij in the yea 1771,
W? jave five obligations to Frede
rick Gobble, eack containing the fum of
feven pounds ten lhillings, Maryland
currency, (dollapa at 76 and th firft
bond became due in Aoguii, 177, and
the next in Augft I773 and one became-due
in each year afterwards. I
have paid and taken up all but the laft
obligation,. which I have been always
ready and willing to difcfcarge conduc
ing informed, that the faid obligation
was fen to this ft ate,' I tak this method
to give public notice to whoraibercr may
have fuch obligation, t apply to Baft
Gathier, living in the Fork; of the Yad
kin rivers, in the county of Rowan, hav
ing requeued him to diicharge fuch obli
gation, as T am about removing to the.
the (late of Georgia.-
November 59, 4
! September 9, 1790.
INFORMATION is hereby
given to all the military
invalids of the United States,
that;the fums to which they,
are annually entitled, and
which will become due on the
4 th day of March enfuing,
will bepaid on th$ faid day by
the Commiffioners of Loans
within! t he ftates rcfpeftivcly,
under jfuch regulations as-the
Prefident of the United Stater
Secretary of the Department
I of War. j
GeneralSiinner is Gom
miflioner of Loan for the
ftate of North-Carolina,
'HE building of a goal for
tTtcrti or hav?tvi f
will be let to the loweft bidder,
on the 27th inftant, at the
courti-houfe in Fayetteville,
when the plan and dimenfions
may be fecn. The perfon un
dertaking this work, mufl: en
ter iiito bond with fufficient
fecurity fdr the true and faith
ful performance of the con
tracl: Part of the tax for
defraying this work is now
collccled, and ready to be
paid to the undertaker.
ftr The different fheriffs
witliin thcdiftricT: of Fayette
v Jle, are hereby rcquefted to
ftand in readinefs to account
with and pay the commiffion
ers for building faid goal, all
monies in their hands levied
frr thf ztfofw nnrnifrc on nr
before the 26th inftant.
December 13 !