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THE COMMON PROPERTY OF ITS CITIZENS.
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAiv OCTOBER 29, 1S42.
Volume i. Nuiubcr 192
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THE NORTH CAROLINfAK.
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C7 .(Subscribers wisliinwto nake reinitl;ncs
by mail, will remember that they can do so free of
postase, as Fostinistrs are authorized by law to
frank. letters enclosing remittances, if written by
themselves, or the contents known to them.
Prices of Job Work :
HAND BILLS, printed on a medium, royal,
or super royal sheet, for 30 copies, $"2
I'or 5 1) copies, . 3
Aid for every additional 100 copies,
HORSK 1JILLS, on a sheet from 12 to IS
inches square, 3' copies,
Over 18 indies, and not exceeding 30,
CARDS, larjc si.e, single pack,
And for ever additional pack,
Sri:iifr sizes i;i proportion.
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And tor every addiiional quire, under 5, 1
Kveed i ii f 5 nnire.
ClitCULAHS, INVITATION TICKETS, and
all kinds of UOOIv & JOB PRINTI N G .executed
cheap for CASH.
TTIE FOLLOWING
BLANKS!
Kept constantly on hand
AND FOJl SALE AT THE
CAROLINIAN OFFXCX3 :
CHECKS, on Bank of the State, and Cape
1'car Bank.
PROS ECU HON BONDS, Supr.Ct.
A I A R R I A G E LI C EN S ES
VEND I EXPO., constable levy
COMMISSIONS totake depositionsin cqui
IV, and Supr. court
A PPH A R A NC E BON DS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
CA. SA. Supr. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for Affray, and Assault
50
00
00
00
00
00
25
00
00
75
and Pattory, Co. and Sup.
Ct.
Ct.
CERTIFICATES. Clk. Co
JURY TICKETS
ORDERS to overseers ol 'Roads
BASTARDY BONDS
TAX RECEIP TS
."WITNESS TICKETS
I"..I EC TM E NTS
PATROL NOTICES
LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION Bonds
Deeds, common,
Sheriff's Deed.s,
Const-ibles Ca. S'J. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Appeal Bonds,
Equity Snbpcnnns,
Superior Court Fi. Fa.
County Court Sci. Fa, to re
vive judgment.
County Court SubpoEna,
Superior Court WaiTLnt;?,
Bonds for Col'rd. Apprentices.
Gardner and' MeKetiiai V
CARRIAGE; MAKEL
tTTTTAVE nrow "on hfnij and AfeJSali t ynj
NOTICE
yi u dHced V ftceA. - . f V J- Jp"" iaKcn up mixed oress coat, wbite
JVt OatTlaiTS l ' -v' -"r4' 1 S6?1 al,d pantaloons, black wool hat stitche
-Jl J f-;. .'Aa' ,'OC-. jl'heoweer is hereby notified to c.
VHarQIlCnpgi ' --y rff7-Vrf. uTf Xg 'prf.perty, fay charts Ml:
usrsries,
u uuggy uigs,
4 Sulkies,
8 Spring Wagons and
3 Chain Wagon.
Also, a very large assortment of
work which we ae daily finishing.
Also a general assortment of
Coach-Maker's j materials kept
constantly on band and for sale.
Persons wishing tahuy, would do well to call
and examine their wtk, as they feel confident they
can make their workas well, and sell it aslow as
it can be had from aiy ejjnlar Northern Establish
ment. '
All work made ind sold by them is warranted 12
months, and willbe repaired without charge, if
they fail by bad workmanship or materials.
Repairing neat'y executed at short noticp, and on
reasonable termf.
Orders thank fully received, and promptly attend
ed to.
Fayelteville, September 16, 1ST2. 5G-tf.
TAKEN up and" committed to
the Jail of Cumberland County,
on Monday the 17lu inst a negro
slave who says his name is Samp
son, and says he bdongs to Chris
tian Brinkly of Saiisburyftowan
county, N. C. Said negro is
supposed to be between 45 and
50 years of aire, dark complexion
1 thick lips, speaks slow when spoken to, 5 fot 9
jncnes aion, hair asettmsr zrray in spots and had on
irUen taken up mixed dress coat, white woollen
studied down.
come for?
afce "hi in
avxpyorlie y 'dl be dealt with according to Law.
Oct., 1342. iat-tf.
For Sale or Barter.
Tennessee Land;
5,000 acres, Iving in Dav is County, on the waters
of Charles Creek. The title is good, and a bargain
ma y Jbe had, as the owner has no intention ot set
tling on it, and is desirous to dispose of it.
It will be sold low for cash, or bartered for Cot
ofi. Corn, Fiour or Bacon, at market prices, or ex
changed for property in the neighborhood of Fay
citeville. . Fr further particulars enquire at this office.
.September 3, 1841.
M'
Miniature Painting
iss 1SAY.SE will spcid a tew months in b a v-
etteville, during wlich time she will be hap
py to serve the citizens ofCumberland and the ad
joining Counties in the lirie of her profession.
She has inmy specimen of her Painting, among
which are some pieces copied by her from Paintings
executed by the first artsls of Europe, which have
been pronounced equal to'the originals. Shehasalso
likenesses of M r Tyler aid Mr Van Burtn, all of
which the public are respectfully invited to view,
whether a likeness is" waited or not.
Her room is at the home of her brother, Win. II.
Bayne, on Gillespie strict, nearly fopposite Mrs.
Smith's Boarding flouse( where her Paintings can
always be seen ; ami one ur two specimens can also
be seen at Mr John M. Beasley's and at the Book
Store.
fCTShc! will execute sketches on paper, and
co'or them fur $2, and warrant a likeness.
She-has miniature settings, gold and morocco, ol
variou s s:zes.
Oct. 2, 1312.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
& PIICENTX HITTERS.
for sale at the Post Office at Lumberlon by
JOHN N. DOlill, .2-cn,5c, $-.
These Medicines are ind-lted for their name to
their manifest anil sensible action in purifying
the springs and channels of Iif, and enduing them
with renewed tone and vior. In miny hundred
certifii.'d cases which have been made public, and in
almost cvi'ry species of lic;ise to which the human
frame i liable, llv; happv effects of MOFFAT'S
IFE PILLS AND PIKENIX BI TTERS have
bee i sraiefu'ly an l publicly acknowledged by the
persons bfiufiittl, anl who were previous
ly unacquainted with the beaut. fu'.ly philosophical
printij'h's upon which thev, are compounded, and
upon which tl.ey -oiisequrntly act.
The LIFE MEDICINES recommend tiiciriselves
in dis a-cs of every form and description. Their
tirst operation is to loosen Iroin t!ie coals of the sto
iiijc'i and bowels the various impurities and crudi
ties constantly settling arot.ml them ; and to remove
t'ni hardened feces winch collect in the convolu
tions of the smallest intestines. Other medicines
only pait'iilly cleanse these, and leave such collect
ed "mv-ss beh i nd as to produce habitual costive
ness, w in all its (rain o vvils. or sudden diarrhoea,
with its imm ucin dangers. This fact is well known
to all reirular anatomists, who examine the human
bowels after dealh ; and hence the prejudice of those
well informed men against quack medicine or med
icines prepared and heralded to the public by igno
rant poisons. The second elFeet of the L'.le M ed
ieuies is to cleanse ihe kidneys and the bladder, and
by this i. 'an-, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which entirely depends upon the regularity
of the uriuarv or-ans. The blood, which takes its
red color from the agency of the liver and the lungs
before it. passes into the heart, beinj thus purified by
Jhe.n, and nourished by food coming from a clean
stomach, courses freely through the veins, renews
every p:rt. of the system-, and triumphantly mounts
the banner ot health in the blooming cheek.
MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES have hecri
thoroughly tested, an4 pronounced a sovereign rem
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitation of
Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and lead ach,
Restlessness, lil-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costivcness, Diarrhoea, Cholera, Fever
of ali kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of all
kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Scnrvs, Ulcers, Invctcrnte Sore, Scorbutic Eruption
and Bid Complexions, Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and other disagreeable Complexions, Salt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Common Colds and Influenza,
and various other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; In Fever and Ague, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that in the Fever and Acue districts, Phy
sicians almost universally prescribe them.
CLOVER SEED
For Sale by GEO. McNEILL.
MISS. BINGHAM'S
School was resumed
on the 3d of October
1842- 189-Gt.
Oct. 8,
WOULD respectfully in
form kis frien-'s and
the Public generally, that lie
still continues to carrv on the
TI IV & S II E ET IRON
WARE MANUFAC
TORY, at his old Stand,
' on Gillespie street a few
doors South of the Market House.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
tended to.
October 2, 184 I. 136-Cm.
TNTERTATOIENTT
fslw1!!
Jiijg
M
LOOK AT THIS.
Y HOUSE has been thoroughly repaired.
will keep Entertainment at very reduced pri
ccs, and be glad to w elcome the return of my friends
and customers. Call and see.
E. SMITH.
Favctteville, October 13, 1S4I. 133-1 f
My House is on the corner of Gillcspieand Mum-
ford Streets, convenient to the Market, and near the
State Bank. L. S.
REMOV ATT.
The subscriber has remov
ed from ihe stand recently
occupied by him on Hay
street, west of tho Lafay
ette Hotel, to the fire-proof
bnili!inr, 1 door below
the store of Messrs II.
& IS. J. Tdlly, where he
will be happy to wait on
his fiiends who have here
tofore favored him with
their custom
disposed to patronise him ; trust in by strict atfen
tion to business, with a desire to please, to receive
a liberal s!i3re ot support.
riiscnarges, as neretolorc wilt ne moderate, to
suit the times ; and all work entrusted to his care
vvill be warranted, as to fit and workmanship ; and
being regularly in the receipt of the reports of the
i ashions, from the north, his style will be as good
as that 6f any northern city.
Persons who wish to have their clothes made at
home, can have them cut as carefully as if he were
to make ihem himself.
HENRY BAKER,
Hay street, 3 doors cast of Lafayette Hotel.
Aug. -20, 1S42-6 mo.
A lew articles of ready made clothing on hand.
n nil fliA rtiifi-
lie generally who may feel
NEW DRY GOODS.
WILLIAM MclNTYRE offers for sale Beav
er, Ti lot &. Bear skin cloths, Cassimeres,
Sattin netts, Kentucky Jeans, Glassow Jeans, Flan
nels, Rose & Striped Blankets, English & French
Morocco, Bombazines, Challies, Ginghams, Calli
coes, Jaconet Muslin, Bishop Lawns, Swiss Mus
lins, Plaid CasSimereShawls.Fancy Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, Vest ings, Bed Tykes, Apron Checks, Spool
Thread, Pattent Thread, Canvass Padding, Sew
ing Silks, Lasting, Satin and oiher fancy buttons
Hardware & Cutlery,
Knives & Forks, Table & Tea Spoons, pocket and
Pen knives, Scissors and Shares, carpenters Locks,
Pad and Stock Locks, Spades, Shovels, weeding
Hoes, Trace Chains, Collins' Axes, Whittcmore
Cards. Boots, Shoes, Hals and Bonnets.
GROCERIES.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Crockery and Glass Ware,
Powder, Shot, Bar Lead, Window Glass, White
Lead . &.c.
Sept. 24, 1812, !S7-4ra,
NOT I C E.
larcre
KEW GOODS,
Uncommonly Cheap.
J. & J. KYLE
HAVE just received by the late.
arrivals Irom the North, a
and creneral assortment of
DRY GOODS,
Purchased at the late reduced prices, among which
are French Lawns and Prints, Ginghams, plain
and figured Muslin, best black Silks, figured and
r lain ditto, some very superior dress Shawls and
Capes, newest style London Straw Bonnets, com
mon ditto, Calicoes, checked Muslin, Jaconet and
Cambric, Silk and Cotton Umbrellas', 3-4 to 6-4
brown and bleached Domestics, Spool Cotton and
Sewing Silk, Tuck and Side Combs, with manv
other articles, forming the largest assortment in this
State, all of which are offered at reduced prices for
Cash, or to punctual customers on time.
Juiv 2, lS42.-l75-tf
NEW PLOUIL
FAMILY FLOUR (red braiid,)Superrine, Fine
and Midlings, for sale at the Cool Spring
Mills, or st the store of
GEO. McNEILL.
July 2, 1S42.
IAJWJS FOft SALE.
A LOl of land containing 50j acres, 2 or 3 of
JuAl. wLich are cleared. A house and well in the
yard. About 1 miles below Daniel McNeill's
bridge, Rockfish, on the Lumberton road.
ALSO 26 acres of land on Buckhcnd Creek ;
adjoining the Cotton Factory lands on Littie Rock
fish, part overflowed by the pond of said Factory.
ALSO a halfacre Lot on North Street, west side,
with a dwelling ijojse, known as the lverven Lot
For information and terms apply to
AMOS KIMBALL.
Jung 18, 1842. 173-tf.
TLANTER'S hotel,
FOOT OF IIAYMOUNT,
1-Vrfftttcvllir,
fTJlHE subscriber having opened that large and
U Commodious House on Hay Street, known as
the PLANTER'S HOTEL, is now prepared to ac
commodate Boarders and Traveller upon moderate
terms, fehc trusts that strict attention and hen nti
mate acquaintance with the business, will ensure.a
liberal portion of the patronage of the public the
table will be furnished with the best the XVlarket at
fords, and the stables with careful and attentive Ost
lers.
ANN BROWN.
.November 3, 1 84 1 . 1 42-y.
NEW GiOOIDS.
I HAVE RECEIVED and am now opening, inv
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, which
comprises a large and extensive assortment of
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
ALSO
HHDS. SUGAR,
60 Bags COFFEE,
50 cases Fur and Wool Hats,
15 do Palm Leaf ditto,
10 do Bonnets,
15 do Col ton Cards,
75 kegs White Lead,
Indigo, Madder, Patent Medicines, &c.
Which will be sold at unusually low prices for Cash
or Country jrrouuee.
JOHN D. STARR.
Faycttcville, May 23, 1842. 170-tf.
15
T
9
Of all kinds ; all of which will be sold at the lowest
prices for Cash, Back-country Produce, or on credit
for approved notes. The Stock is very heavy, nd
worthy the attention of Country Merchants and the
public in general.
J. C. & G. B. ATKINS.
Foot of Haymount.
Favctteville, Sept. 25, 1841. 136-y.
ITS'lf G-OQSS. '
The subscriber would inform bis friends, and the
public generally, that he is now receiving from the
north, his FALL & WINTER stock, consisting of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Cotton bagging, Bale rope, iron, nails, hollow ware,
trace chains, weeding hoes, Collins' and Simmons'
axes, cotton and wool cards. Hats, Caps, Boots and
Shoes. GROCERIES.
Best loaf and brown sugar, coffee and tea, pow
der and shot. Indigo, irtaddcr, Spanish brown, epsom
and glauber salts, crockery ware, &c., &c.
A large and general assortment of Candles, kept
constantly on hand, at wholesale and retail.
Being determined to devote I1 necessary atten
tion to the MOULDING of his Candles, and hav
ing spared no pains to improve their quality and
appearance, ha hopes to receive a due share of pa
tronage. WM. McL. McKAY.
FaycUevilIe Oct. 14, 1342,.--1 30-tf
A VING taken letters of administration from
fhe Court of Fleas and Quarter Sessions of
Moore. County, according to Law, on the Folate of
Alcrr McDugald, dee'd, and having obtained an
order of Court to that effect, I sha'l expose to pub
lic sale, on the 30th day of November, 1842, the fol
lowing property, belonging to said tslr.te, viz: Six
likely uung NEGROES, two of whom arc first rate
wagon-makers, house carpenters, and painters. The
othvs ate two young men and two girls, of the age
ot II or b years, all under good character. 1 wo
Baiuches, neatly finished, and 2 Sulkeys. 6 roud
wasrons, hew and warranted good. lerms of sale
of tke above described property, Cash.
Also, the tollowing property will bo so'u on a
reasonable credit, viz: 3 new and first rate sets of
blacksmith tools, a great variety ol wagon makers'
toos, carpenters' tools, implements for painting,
Src, farming tools, one cotton gin, 7 head of horses,
3 -nule., large and well broken, 1UU bead ot nogs,
all of the best breeds in North Carolina, a number
of cows and sheep, and Household and Kitchen
Firniture.
ALSO
tOO acres of LAND on the Dry Fork, and 500
on the WhiteuaK ureeK, noin iracis improuu.
Sac to take place at my residence to commence at
10 o'clock.
DUGALD McDUGALD, Adm'r.
Sept. 3, 1842. 184-ts.
N. B. All persons having claims against the Es
tate of Alcx'r McDugald, dee'd, will please present
thsm within the time prescribed by Law, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
S;pt. 3. DUGALD McDUGALO, Adm'r.
POSTPONEMENT.
The above Sale teas to have taken place on
the 20th of October, but has been postponed
to the 307i. of November.
NEW GOODS.
HE Subscribers are now receiving by the late
arrivals from the North, their FALL AND
WINTER SUPPLY OF MERCHANDIZE, con
sisting of a large and general assortment of
UBY-GOQDS.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, and Um
brellas, Foolscap and J etter Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, Sec. &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Blacksmith's Touts, Hollow If are, $ c. S c
Also, a large assortment of ...
HE Subscriber is now
to his former Stock, a
FINE and COMMON
nr1
receiving, in addition
general assortment of
CIE&OCMJEIRY.
Embracing a variety of the latest French and En
glish patterns, viz:
Tea Sets of plain and raised figured China, and
white, blue, n nd green Granite, Dinner Sets of white
and blue figured Granite, Plates, white blue, green,
brown, pink, and sprigeed; Ditto white, blue.green.
brown, pink, and glass Cr.lToe Sets; Pickles, white,
and sprigflred; Uakers, white, blue, brown, ereen
flX&l pinkt. Soup Tureens, white and blue Granite;
Bowls, white, blue, brown, green, pink, and sprig
ged; Cups, Coffee and Tea, raised figured China;
Tea Pots, Sugars, and Creams, every variety;
Ewers and Basins; Chambers; Mugs, white, hlue,
brown, and pink; Twifilin, blue edged; Muffins,
ditto; Dinners, ditto; Teas, painted and figured;
Tumblers, painted; Mugs, ditto; Glass Tumblers,
fine and common quality; Do. Molasses Jug; Do.
Saltcellars; Do. Nappiers.
Also, a large assortment of
Hardware, Cutlery, Medicines, &c.
Sugars, loaf, lump, and brown; Coffee. Rio Lagui
ra and Java; Molasses; Salt; Iron; Nuils; Steel;
Collins' Axes; Steelyards; Tabic and Tea Spoons;
Table Cutlery, fine and common; Gun locks, 20
dozen; Shovels; Spades; Brooms; Bucket.; Bel
lows; Anvils; Vices; Waggon Boxes; Trace and
Halter Chains; 8 by 10, and 10 12 Window Glass;
Putty; White Lead; Scotch and Maccohoy Snuff",
in bottles and bladders; Tow and Jute Bale Rope;
Tow and Hemp Cotton Bagging, 40 to 44 inches;
Baling Twine; Sole Leather; Powder, Shot, and
Lead; Hollow-Ware; 125 roams large and small
Wrapping Paper; Table Salt,.in boxes; Starch, Pep
per, Spice and Ginger; Principe, Cigars (Steamboat
brand;) Bed Cords; Cotton and Wool Card; Cot
fee Mills; Spirits Turpentine; Opodeldoc; Bate
man's Drops ; British Oil; Godfrey's Cordial; Cay
enne Pepper; Brimstone; Epsom Salts; Alum; Salt
petic;LampbIack; Copal Varnishj'Copperas; Salera
tns;Spanish Bro'n; Annaito; Indigo; Madder; Black
ing; Mustard; Nutmegs; Cinnamon; Camphor,
Castile, Ahnon 1, and common Bar Soap.
1 7 cases gentlemen's fine & common Fur and Silk
Hats Men's and Boys' Fur, Cloth, Sealskin & Seleltc
Caps; 10 cases Men's thick Brogans and Rnsst?;
Willow, Amazon, Silk and Straw Bonnets; blue,
black, and steel-mixed C!oths; Cassimeres,. and
Sattinets; Kentucky Jeans; Muslin-deTLains; Or
leans Cloth; Circassians; Calicoes; Cambrics; black
ami blue Silks; Satin Taglionis; Flannels; Buffa
lo and Pilot Cloths; Bed Ticking; Shirtings and
Sheetings; Cotton Umbrellas; Negro Blankets;
Cotton and Plai I Shawls; metal, horn, and lasting
Buttons; Ball and Spool Cotton Thread.
A II of which will be sold low fpr Cash, Country
Produce, or on tine to prompt customers.
J. D. WILLIAMS.
October 5, 1S42. iS3-5t
JAMESlDID,
HAS REMOVED to the corner recently
occupied by Isaac Dodd, where he is now
opening a splendid assortment of
TiiW IE),
DRl GOODS: Superior broad cloths, various
colors; Cassimeres, vestings, Kentucky jeans, -Eng.
merino, silks, bombazines, blk f-ilk velvet, satins,
brown Holland, silcsia, merino shirts, bulTcashine
rctte, mouslin deLaine shawls ; Thib-1, and other
shawls; Diaper, black and brown drill, shirtings;
sh?atings, Ginghams, Flannels, &c, embracing
every thing usually kept in a drv ood store.
STOCKS, COLLARS and BOSOMS, a variety
HATS AND CAPS; a variety of fine STRAW
and other BONNETS, for ladies and misses.
100U PAIR BOOTS AND SHOES, besides
Indies and misses Shoes.
GROCERIES, &c; Sugar, Java Coffee, Tea
Spirits of various kinds, Cheese, Tobacco, Powder
& Shot, fine double barrell Guns, Cotton bagirinz,
sperm candles, bale rope, and all articles in the
grocery business.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, &c, Spades,
Shovels, knives and forks, kettles, frying pans, &c.
White lead in oil, Collins' axes, best "cirars, fine
honeydew chewing tobacco, iron, steel, nails, trace
chains, fine otter, coney, seak-tte, and cloth caps,
percussion caps, superior, &c. &c, for sale by
A good many articles in the dry good and gro
cery lino, unnecessary to be enumerated inan
advertisement, all of which will be sold cheap for
cash or country produce.
Oct. io, 1842. i30-tf.
State of X Carolina Montgomery county.
Superior Court of Laic Fall Term, 1S42.
David R.Cochran, 1 Original A ttachmrnt,
vs. i
Patrick J. Cochran, ) Levied on Land, tc.
IT appearing ! the satisfaction of the Court, thst
Putr.ck J.Cochran, the defendant in this case is not
an inhabitant of thia State: Jt is therefore ordered
that publication be made for six weeks successively
in the North Carolinian, a npwspaper printed in the
Town of Favctteville, notifying the said defendant
to appear before the honofable the. Judge of our
next Superior Court of Law, to he he'd for "the coun
ty of Montgomery, at the Court House in Lawrence
ville, on the last. Monday in February next, and
then and ther replevy nr pVjuLto issue, Otherwise
land levied o?r condemned subject to the pu
recovery.-- - .
Witness Calvin W. Wooley, clerk of our faid Court
at Orli'.e, the last Monday in August, 1842, and
67th year of American Independence.
C. V- WOOLEY, C. S. C.
Sept. 17, !86-6t.-pr adv. 32 G2.
NEW GOODS,
AM now receiving mr Fall & Winter Stock:
consisting of
Dry Goods, Hardware & Cutlery,
Groceries, Ci
of all kinds, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Shoes, Fur and.Woot
Hats, Sole Leather, Cotton Bagging, very heavy
44 inches, Rope, Powder, Shot, Lead, Druge and
.Medicines, Crockery and Glass Ware ot all kinds,
1 Uoz. Uowland's best Mill Saws: and a great many
other Goods, all of which will be sold very low.. A ll
wanting to buy will lind it to their interest to call
and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
August 24th, 1842. 183-2m.
P. Ti-TLOE,
Has just received his Fall and Winter stock ot"
Dry Goods, Groceries. &c,
(Pronounced to be the most tasteful assortment of
Goods in the market) embracing a large and gene
ral selection, suitable for town and country trade,
consisting of fine cloths, cassimeres, sattinettj,
Kentucky janes, flannels, blankets, negro cloths,
calicoes, marinos, mouslin deLaines, challeys, fash
ionable silks, fine Florence and straw bonnets, hats
and caps of fur, seal skin, glazed, &e. Hardware
and cutlery, fiue crockery, fine double barrel guns,
iron and steel, nails cut and wrought, white lead in
oil, window glass, 8 bV 10 and 10 by 12, cotton
bagging, and rope; in short, neatly every article
usually kept in a dry good and grocery store. Call
and -examine the slock." Prices low, as usual.
Fayetteville, September 24, 1842. 187-lf
United Stated District Court of,
Nortlj Carolina.
IN BANKRUPTCY! W . "
Notice to shew cnuHo against Petition ot
, Josiah Tyson, of Moorr County, .Farmer, for hlH
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, aV Wilming
ton on Monday, the 19th day f December next.
Isaac Jones ' of Moor Ceuntr. Farmer, forhl dis
charge and certificate as "Bankrupt, at Wilmington,
on Monday, the. 19th day otJJecember net.
.Jcthro Dedson. of Moore. County,. Mechanic, for
his discharge and certificate s Bankrupt,' at Wil- -
mmgton, on Monday, the J9lh day I Uccmier
next. .c -, ..,sr 4. iZ-JL, trb-'
UnklvJZN) MGS 5? A17 Vre 'Cantr V5V
ndj"-r - Va XUBXraiAJUr."-! ;
4 ;pccciht!
:19th dsoT
next.
: J esse F. XI ue, of -M core nimrTVrmef.Tor hi
diseharse and certificate; a Bankrupt, at Wilmirtg
on . on Monday,' the 19th dny yf December next.
. Amos Bridge,, of Moore County," Farmer, for his
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt," at Wilming
on, on Monday, the 19lh day of December next.
James Riddle, of Moore County, Mechanic, for hi
discharge and certificate as-Bankrupt, ot Wilming
ton, on Monday, the 19th dav of December next.
lharlea ise, o! Rowan County, larruer, tor him
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, ftl Wilming
ton, on Alondav, llie 13th day Of December next.
Publication ordered.
. it. POTTER, V. J. V. S. .V. C.
Fayettevill", SeptemberU, IS42. 192-9.
BOOTS AND SHOES:
WILMINGTON CHEAP CASH liOOT
A1VD SHOE STORE.
ONE door below Thomas W. Brown's Jewelry
Store, North side of Market street, will be
opened between the Island 15lh of October. A
f large stock of BOOTS and-SHOES, comprising
every variety and style at wholesale and retail, can
tie lounu at tins store at prices to suit the times.
I he inhabitant of Wilmington and the adjoin
ing counties will find it greatly to their advantage
to call at this establishment. Country .merchants
and dealers generally will be supplied with almost
every kind of Boots and Shoes at prices lower than
were ver before offered in this market. .
Call at the Wilmington Cheap Cash Boot and
onoe oiore.
Sept. 24, 187-Ct.
State of XortU Carolina Moore County.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
.August Term, 1842.
Alex. C. Cuy, .
Fedrick.RolUas, ad'.m of
John Giinter, deceased. J
Alexander Kelly, i
vs. SSanic.
Same, j
John lluske &. Souj
vs. SamcJ
Same, ;
John Baker,
vs.
: . Same,
Henderson Judd,
vs.
.. Same, t m
John McFarlaud,
' V8
.. Same. .
Same.
. GROCERIES;
HARDWARE and CUTLliRY.
EHAVE just received per SteamerHenrietta, the
following articles: . . ,
10 hhds B rown Suar, GOO lbs. Loaf and Lomn
Su'oar, 50 bags Rio Coff'e, 5 bans Java.,Coflee, 3
hhds. Molasses, 5 kes .Nailsl8-tcns English end
Swedish Iron, 500 lbs. Bar Le:fd, 40 bags Buck and
IJrop oliot, 1 Kegs uupont's f7rter, 30 pain
bright Trace Chain, G.doz. No .10 Cotfbn Cards
Whitamore's best; Ginger Pepper. Spice. Conoe-
ras. Salcfatus, Iridiiro, Madder.. SntiC in Bladders
and Bottles, Soap, Brimstone, Camphor Nutmegs,
Castor Oil, Salts, Opodeldoc, Ink, Blacking Brushes
long , and , . short handle). Shovels, Spades, Caso
Knives, Pocket Knivep Blacksintth's 1 ools, &c.
ALSO ( ,.
DRY GOODS, Cro kerv, Hollow WTre, and ; on
assortment of HATS and SHOES. All of which
will be sold low for Cash or Countrv Produce.
... D. McLAURIN.
Sept. 30, 1312:
gtatc of North Carolina Moore county..
Court of Pleas and Quarter, Sessions 2u-
: . -.".gust Teri-i, 1S42.
Matilda Gunter, i
i vs. ( .. I Pet iiion for dower.
It' irs of John Guater, S
IT appearing to ll'e satisfaction pf the Court that ;
Thomas Calvin Gunter, Wjlli.ari Atlas Gunter,
John Castlebury. Gunter, Cornvil'uis SuUivant and
wife Mary, Isaac, Guriter," Daniel W. Kelly and
wifeNancyv Jamla Wammac.k and wife Sarah T.
are not residents of. this State; on motion, it .iaor- j
dered.that publication bo made for six fuccessivo
weeks in the North. CarolihiaiT; rioldyiogr tn 4,v.
Heirs at Law, to -appear at hc"next term of the
Court of Pleas and Gluartcr Sessions for tlic county
aforesaid, to bo held .at ihe Court House in Car
thage, on the 2d Monday of November next, and
answer to said petition, otlicrwisc, it will be heard
exparte and Decree granted. .accprdirigly.
Witness A lexantler C. Curry, Clerk of our said
Court at Office, the 3d Monday in August, A. I)
1842. , . A. C. CURRY, Clerk.
183-Gt. '
NEW DIIUCI ESTABLISHMENT.
Sams.
S
Samei
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Thomas Calvin Gunter, William Atlas Gunter,
John Castlebury Gunter, Cornelius SuUivant and
wle Mary, Isaac Gunter, Daniel W. Kelly and
wife Nancy, James Wammack and wife Sarah T.,
are not residents of this State ; on motion it is or
dered that publication be made for six successive
weeks in the Noith Carolinian, notifying the. said
heirs at Law, to appear at the next term of the
Court of Picas and Q,uarter Sessions for the County
aforesaid, to be ticld at the Court House in Car
thage, on the third Monday of November next, arid
shew cause if any they have, why the hinds which
desended to fhe heirs at Law of John Gunter
deceased, shall not be sold fb sulisfy the several
claims of the plant iffo according to law.
Witness, Alex. C.Curry, clerk of our said Court
tit office ihe third Monday of August, A. D. 184i-
A. C. CURRY, Clerk.
Oct. 1st. 183-Gt. pr. adv. $5 25
HATS & CAPS;
THE SUBSCRIBER returning his
thanks to his friends for their veiy liberal patron
aire, would inform them that he has iust received
fro n the North a large assortment or HATS AND
CAPS of the latest London and Paris fashions; to
wit: Fancy Turbans for children, cloth jdaied Scal
ene, i' ur-s?ai, otter seal, . muskratfc and hair raps
for men and bovs. He also conl in ties to manufac
ture all kinds of Hats; including Chapeaus and
oincr military caps-
To Country Hatter's
He would say that he has a ircneral assortment
of Hat Materials, which lie will sell low lor cash
and invites them to call.
DAVID GEE.
Oct. 8, 1842. 18D' -y.
RUTTER.
(D FIRKINS prime Mountain Butter.
0U pounds BUCK-WHEAT FLOUR.
GEO. McNEILL-
Oct. 22, 1842.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE Two Storv Frame House, near the Arse
nal, recently occupied by Mrs. Watts. Ihe
terms will be verv moderate. Apply to James
Dodd, or at this Oftice.
Junc, 1. IS42.
171-tf.
J car Liberty Point, Pcrsoii Street,
FAYETTEVILLE, A C.
THE Subscriber having opened a general as
sortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.,
&.C., nearly opposite the Bank of Cape Fear, in this
place, solicits the patronage of Country Merchants,
Physicians, and olherg. He trusts that he wilt be
J - l - I I . II.. .
prepared 40 lurnisu aimu&i any nriicic usually 10 00
j'mud in establishments of this kind, and on very
reasonable terms.
,Thc Subsfcribcr has also tin hand a largo asso t
ment. of Patent Medicine; among which are Dyott-
Family Medicines, and Vicker's and Thompion'a
MttTcine. , JAMES A. McRAE.
Oct. 20, :S42. lOi-tf.
IsrlEWABB."
Stolen from tho Subscriber
in tho County of Sampson, a few
days since, a ne;ro girl agod about
16 3 ears, named Matinda. Suid
gitl ts of a dark yellow complexion;
is about 5 feet high, and her upper
fore teeth arc decayed. I will givo
the above reward tor the delivery
of said rcirro to nn in the county
of Sampson, or will give one hundred dollars fur her
delivery and proof sufficient to convict the thu f.
Snid nejro girl was raised by Charles Stevens,
Esq , from whom I procured her.
JOHN BASS.
Oct. 22, 1812. 101 4t pd.
State of X. Carolina Cumberland county.
Court of rleas and Quarter Sessions,
September Term, 1842.
William Blanks & wife & others,
Versus, I Petition for
James Martin-, ad'm. of Sarah J-sale of slaves &
Holmes, the Representatives of j distribution. ;
Thomas N. Holmes dec, & others J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the representatives of Thomas N. Holmes deceased,
resides bevond the limits of this State, it is there
fore ordered that publication be made for six suc
cessive weeks, notifying the said non-residents per
sonally to appear before our said Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for the connty of Cum
berland at the Court House in Faycttcville on the
first Monday in Decern Vr next, then and there to
shew cause if any they hae why the prtyer of
petitioners should notb granted, otherwise it will ba
taken pro. confesso and heard exparte as to them.
Witness John McLaurin clerk of said Cour, at
office i n Fayetteville, thefirst Monday ofSeptem
ber, 1812, and of American Independence iho
67lh year.
JOHN McLAURIN.
-Oct. 22, 1312- 101-6tS2 62
C3 IVhiggery
taking pas sag t by
Steam, for the head
waters ofS Jl L T
    

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