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"'"''j? ' t- " ' ''character is as important to statesas it is To individualsj a. tclotohJtate is the common fro pertt op itVcitizens; M'-m ; 1 ' -r -r
VfrSi: fj."' BAYNEVlH-opi-ietor.y
THK aTH CAROLINIAN.
I'er annum in&aid in advancq.
? i$id at the end of G months, 3 OO
sP"J at tne end of the year, 3 50 t
-i l;UN of Advertising:
Sixty cents5 pc'ift are, for the first, and thiry cents
for cod eab.Ment insertion.-. . :;w .t
A liberal deduiiWi will be made to advefttser Kt-
ts and SheriliV ale. will be
nt higher than .the usual rates.
- ,'char2:ea 53 rfi!
All adverttsenV .iiertt for publication sho!d have
the nuntbet J jtcrtfons intended, marked upon
thern; tiitiifv 4ne Will be inserted until forbid,
and charged terdiii;ly. -
No naprdi3 toiinucd until arrearages are paid,
except at the o iK of -the E!hor. . , ,4
o aubaeritti ftt received fori e9s tbAfi'.
lineM .connecteJ-w-ith this estab-
addrcssd Wm.IL Batne,
lh-Caroliuian, and in all eases
4 . Gardner and 3IcKetiian,
i ishrnent," most
. Editor of the -:;
ilZJ" Sabscrfrp wisningio mihe rciuiuaucts
by mail, will r Mn!er lhat they can do so free of
fitisters are authorized by law to
A- l tor ever
Ovr 18 iru li -
C Alt US, larire
frank letters ,ei 0.ng remittances, it wrnien
tlie(nse!vs,'or lijtontenis known to them.
v& ot tfoi) worn:
HAND BILLS" printed on a medium,
.r super royS abeet, for 30 copies,
For .-') copie: x '
i(litional l L'U copie., i
, oil a sheet from l i to 18
not exceeding 30, 5
?e, siiii;Iu pack, 3
A ml for ever'dJitiotial pack, 1
Sm iliersi7.es w-proportion.
ML AN ICS, who sprinted to order, for 1 quire, 2
And for ever Hldilional quire, under 5, 1
F.v. ervlino- 5 nire.
CNtrHLVRS, INVITATION TICKKTS, and
all kinds of B' OK & JOB PRINTING, executed
i Ji-.ii. for CA B.
' 1 tE FOLLOWING
B A N K S!
Kept c" Vtantly on haiul
ANi: '.'(f t SALE AT THE
CAROiCiMIArT OFPiCE :
(JIIECK loh Bank of the State, and Cape
J'ROSEC J11ION BONDS, Supr.Ct..
MA URL :E LICENSES
VEND! ! XPO., constables levy
COM ;MI: -IONS to take depositions in cqui
ty, and --upr. court.
A lPE A 1 NC E BONDS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
C A. SA. Vnpr. Ct.
INDICT, ENTS for Affray
anil BaifTV, Co. and Sup. Ct.
certif:;ate cik. Co.ct.
)lLDEnf to overseers of Roads
BA ST A I DY BONDS
TAX III? 3 GIFTS
KJF.CTA RN lS
a r r
of ADMINISTRATION Bonds
nstublcs Ca. S:i. Bondv,
X I Do Delivery do
A pe:il Bonds,
S perior Court Fi. Fa.
C unty Court .Sci. Fa, to rc-
C uuly Court SubpCinas,
Si perior Court Warrant,
B. iids for CoPnl. Apprentices.
if AVE now on hand, and for Sale at very Re
JUL duccd Prieesj
'4 Carriages, , r: -G
Barouches, . ;Hr- -
4 Buggies, . ij -
8 Spring Wagons and
3 Chain Wagons.
Also, a very large assortment of
work which we are daily finishing.
Also a general assortment of
Coach-Maker's materials kept
constantly on hand and for sale.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine their work, as they feel confident they
can make tbeir work as v eil, and sell it as low as
it can be had from any tegular Northern Establish
ment. All work made and sold by them is warranted 12
months, and will o repaired without charge, il
they fail by bad workmanship or materials.
Repairing neatly executed at short notice, and on
Orders thankfully received, and promptly attend
Faycttevilie, September 1G, 1342. 5G-tf.
TmrOULD respect fully in-
Vw form his frien.ls and
the Public generally, that he
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
TORY, at his old Stand,
...... . on ijiiiespie street, a tew
doors South of the Market Ilonse.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
October 2, IP41. 136-Gm.
TAKEN, up and committed to
the Jail of Cumberland County,
on Monday the 17lb inst? negro
slave who says his name is Samp
son, and says he b'elongs to Chris
tian Brinkly of Salisbury, Rowan
county, N. C. Said neror is
supposed to" be between 45 and
50 vears of a?e. dark cnmnlpiinn
thick lips, speaks slew when spoken to, 5 feet 9
inches biob, hair a ettin gray in spots and had on
when taken up mixed dress coat, white woolle.i
vest and pantaloons, Black wool hat stitched down,
shoes.' The owner is hereby notified to come . tor
ward prove property, jay charges -arid :ake hint,
away, or ne mil be dealt with -according to Iaw
i. 4. " W.I. f. XX
T " 1 U h
i pnriessee Land.
acres, lying .In Davis County, on the waters
dfCb Aries Creek. The title is ood, and a bargain
hby bead, as the o'wner feas no intention of set
ifftg on It and is desirous to dispose of it...
; tit dit be sold low for cash, or bartered for Cot-
tdn.Xlorn, Flour or Bacon, at' market prices, or ck-
ctoBfied for property in the neighborhood of Fav-
Iter . . . . .5.
r irtner particulars: gnouhre at this office. ,
prober 3, 184 1: . -' .
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
PIK SXIX mTTEUS.
for sale at I If Post Office at I, umber I on by
JOHN Nf. DORR, .l-enl,
Hies.: Medii nes arc iiidi-bti-d lor iln:ir name to
tiu ir luanifc taml sensible actioii m puntying
the sptingss and banncls of litV", and eiidiiiu; them
witli renewed t ie ami vior. In many hundred
certih u cases vvlich have been mane puolic, and in
almost every sih ies ofilisease towh
frame i- liable, e,luiipv effects
the hum. in
i'l UKNIX Bl I TERS have
nowIed,cd by tlie
been ' raictu'.ly tld iMililich' ;u
persons ben fi -tylt and wlio were prevjous
lv unacquainted nVith tlte beautd'ii'.Iy philosophical
pii ttiil -s upon vim h they are compounded, ami
upon whieh t'ley ; pnsequi'iilly ai t.
Tlie LIFE .Mtl)lCLl-:S nr mfinl themselves
in ihsi ;i-os of v rw lin in :uid desel ilt"'. Their
first operation is Kn,scn fro.u tl"- oats of the sto
mach and bowel . the various impurities and crudi
ties constantly so lirr around them; and to remove
the hardened w wlntn coiled in me con voiu -jions
of i-'.e sma est iatestines. Other medicines
only partially cle: 133 "these, and leave such collect-
masses behin us' to produce habitual costive-
ness wit.i all its rain of evils, or sudden diarrhoea,
with it immmen' Jan ers. Tliis fact is well known
to all regular an .toniists, who examine the human
bowels after deal! jand hence the prejudice of those
we!! informed mei against quack mediciue--or med
icines prepared a J heralded to the public by igno-
nt persons. - jejsfcoud cried -t tlie u-.lo AUcl-
i- ines is to cleans the kidneys and the bladder, and
by this means, th liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which ei irely depends upon the reirularity
of the urinary or :ms. Tlie blood, which takes its
red color from tin actticv of the liver and the lunjrs
b. l'orc it p isses in the heart, bei 115 thus purified by
them, and noun So4 by Uiod coimni Irora a clean
freely through the veins, renews
system, and triumphantly mounts
h in the b!oominr cheek.
JPE MEDICINES have been
ma pronounced a sovereign rem
?pi., Flatulency; Palpitation of
iietite, flea it-burn and IleatI ach,
Restlessness, III Hnper, Anxietv, Languor and
Melancholy, Cost i-eriess, Diarrhcea, Cholera, Fever
of ah kinds, rnatism. Gout, Dropsies ot all
kinds, t ravel, vrm. Asthnia and Consumption
Sciirvs, Ulcers, Ii'.'cter ite Sore, Scorbntic Eruption
and Bad Coniple.xorl Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and oth , disagreeable Complexions, Salt
Kheuni, Erysipel s, Common Cohfs and'Influenza,
and various oth icompla ints which afflict the hu
mnn frame;- In 7. ye rand Ague, particularly, the
Lite Aleoicines n.nmost eminently sueecssiul : so
much so that in t.lj Ftcver and Ajue districts, Phy
sicians almost un yoraily prescribe, them.
every p-rt f t'in
the banner ol hea
cdv for the Dys
T I cart. Loss of A
For Sale by l GEO. McNElLL.
on the 3d of
LOOK AT THIS.
HOUSE has been thoroughly- repaired.. I
will keep Entertainment at very reduced pri
ces, and be glad to welcome the return of my friends
anJ customers. Call and see.
pn i;-tWHg,-0iter 1 3 r 1 84 .- - 3S- f
INI y House is on the corner of G illespic and Alum-
ford Streets, convenient to the Market, and near the
State. Bank. E. S.
The subscriber has remov
ed from the stand recently
occupied by him on Hay
street, west of the Lafay
ette Hotel, to the fire-proof
building, 1 door below
tlie store of Messrs II.
S; K. .1. 1-iIIy, where he
will be happy to wait 011
his fiiends who have here
tofore favored him with
their custom, and the pub
lic generally who may feci
d isposed to patronise him ; trust ing by strict atten
tion to business, with a desire to please, to receive
a liberal share of support.
111s cnarges, as neretotore will no moderate, To
soil the times ; and all work entrusted to his care
will be warranted, as to fit and workmanship ; and
being regularly in the receipt of the reports of the
Fashions, from the north, his style will be as good
us that of any noitheru cilv.
Persons who wish to have their clothes made at
home, can have them cut as carefully as if he were
to maku I hem himsi-If.
IIEArIlY IS A K Kit.
Hay street, 3 tloors cant of l,ajhyellc Hotel.
Aug. -20, 1SJ-2-G mo.
A few articles of ready made clothing on hand.
NEW DRV h'OODS.
7" ILL! AM McINTYRE oilers for sale Beav
er, Pilot &. Bear skin cloths, Cassimeres,
Sattin netts, Kentucky Jeans, Glasgow Jeans, Flan
nels, Kosc 4c fctriped Blankets, English & French
Morocco, Bombazines, Challics, Ginghams, Calli-
coea, Jaeonet Muslin, Bishop Lawns, Swiss .Mus
lins, Plaid CassimercSha wis, Fancy Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, Vestings, lied I ykrs, Apron Checks, Spool
Thread, Paltent Thread, Canvass Padding, Sew
ing Silk Lasting, Satin and other fancy buttons
Knives & Forks, Table & Tea Spoons, pocket and
Pen knives, Scissors anil Shares, carpenters Locks,
Pad and Stock Locks, Spades, Shovels, weeding
Hoes, Trace Chains, Collins' A'-s, Whjttemore
Cards. Boots, Shoes, Hats and Bonnets.
tugar, Couee, J. en, crockery and class Ware,
Pow der, Shot, Bar Lead, Window Glase. White
Sept. 24, 1812. l87-4m.
HATS & CAPS.
1 tli suuc tutm.it returning his
thanks to his friends for their veiy liberal patron
age, would inform them tiiat he has just received
fro n :he North a large assortment or HATS AND
CAPS of the latest London and Paris fashions, to-
wit: Fancy Turbans for children, cloth glazed Seal-
ette, Fur-seal, otter sejil, muskrat, and hair caps
(or men and bovs. He also continues to manufuc
ture all kinds of Hals; including Chapeaus and
other military caps.
To Country Hatters
He would s;iy that he has a general assortment
of Hat Materials, which he will sell low tor cash,
and invites them to call.
Oct. 8, 1S42. ISO-v.
J. & J. KYLE
HAVE .just received by the late
arrivals from the North, a
and general assortment of
Purchased at the late reduced prices, among which
are French Lawns and Prints, Gin uham's, plain
and figured Muslin, best black Silks, figured and
t 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 G-4
brown and bleached Domestics, Spool Cotton and
Sewing Silk, Tuck and Side Combs, with many
other articles, forming the largest assortment in this
fcstate, all of which are offered at reduced prices for
Cash, or to punctual customers on time.
July 2, 1842.-l75-tf '
j4 Q taken letters of administration from
Vr C Pleas and Quarter Sessions -of
A LUl of land containing 501 acres, 2 or 3 of
wLich are cleared
A house and well in I he
yard. About i miles below Daniel McNeill's
bridge, Hock fish, on the Lumberton road.
ALSO 26 acres of land or Bnckhead Creek ;
adjoining the Cotton Factory lands on Little llock
ish, part overflowed by the pond of said Factory. '
ALbu a bait acre Lot on JNortu street, west side.
with a dwelling Hojse, known as the Kcrven Lot.
r or information and terms apply to
- AMOS KIMBALL.
June 18, 1842. 173-lf.
I e lL
FOOT OF 1IAYMOUNT,
FaytlUville, .V. C
rTTl HE subscriber having opened that large and
JLL Commodious House on Hay Street, known as
the PLANTER'S HOTEL, is now prepared to ac
commodate Boarders and Travellers upon moderate
terms. She trusts tbat strict attention and heri 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 Market af
fords, and the stables with careful and attentive Ost-
November . 3, 1 8 1 1 . 1 42-y.
"" ! P. TAT LOP.5
Has just received his Fall and Winter ttock ot
Dry Goods, Groceries. &c,
(Pronounced to be the most ta&telul assortment of
Goodwin the market) embracing a large and gene
ral selection, suitable for town and country trade,
consisting of line cloths, cassimeres, sattinetl,
Kenti.cky janes, flannels, blankets, nearo cloths,
cahcois, marinos, mouslin dcLaines, challeys, fash
ionable silks, fine Florence and straw bonnets, hats
and caps of fur, seal skin, glazed, &e. Hardware
and cutlery, fine crockery, fine double bairtl guns,
iron and steel, nails cut and wrought, white lead in
oil, window glass, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12, cotton
bagging, and rope; in short, neatly every article
usually kept in a dry "ood and irrocerv store. Call
and examine the stock.
Faycttevilie, September 24, 1842. IS7-lf
Tlie subscriber would inform his friends, and the
public generally, that be is now receiving from the
noitli, h's FALL & WINTER stock, consisting ol
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Cotton bagging, Bale rope, iron, nails, hollow ware,
trace chains, weeding hoes, Collins' and Simmons'
axes, coll on and wool cards. Hats, Caps, Boots and
Best loaf and brown sugar, coffee and tea, pow
der and shot. Indigo, madder, Spanish brown, r psom
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 all necessary atten
tion to the MOULDING of his Candles, and hav
ing spared no pains to improve their quality and
appearance, lis hopes to receive a due share of pa
tronage. WM. McL. McKAY.
FayettevjMfc Oct. 14, 1842,.- 190-tf
State of Xortli Carolina-Moore County.
Cow of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
August Term, 1842.
Alex. C. Curry, .
rVdricki RcHiins, nd'in.
John Gunter, deceased
John lluske & Son, l
John Baker, )
John McFarland, )
"ITT appearing to the satisfaction of Che Court, that
J. Thomas Calvin Gnnter, William Atlas Gunter,
John Casilebtfry Gunter, Cornelius Suilivant and
wife 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 lhat publicatiyi 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 Pleas and duarter Sessions for the County
aforesaid, to be beld at the Court House in Car
ihage, on the third Monday of November next, and
shew cause if any they have, why the lands which
desended to tlie heirs at Law of John Gunter
deceased, snail not' be sold, to satisfy the several
tfaV d NofremblCtKeTGi
lowing property, belonging to said estate, viz: Six
likely young NEGROES, two of whom are first-rate
wagon-makers, house carpenters and painters. The
others aretWt voting men and two girl, of the age
of 14 or 15 years, all under good character. Two
Barouches, neatly finished, and 2 Sulkeys. C road
wagons, new and warranted good. Terms of sale
of the above described property, Cash.
' Also, the .follow'-ing properly will be sold on a
reasonable credit, viz: 3 netv and first rate sets of
blacksmith tools, a great variety ot wagon makers'
tools, carpenters' tools, implements for painting,
Ac, farming tools, one cotton gin, 7 head of horses,
3 mules, large and well broken, 100 head of boss,
all of the best breeds in North arolina, a number
of cows and sheep, and Household and Kitchen
' 200 acres of LAND on ihe. Dry Fori., and 500
on the White Oak-' reek, both tracts improved
Stile to lake place at mv residence to commence at
i Sept. 3, 1S42. . 181-ts.
N. B. All persons having claims against the Es
tate of AlexV McDugald, dee'd, will please present
hem within the time prescribed by Law, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
The above sale teas to have taken place on
the 20t of October, but has been postponed
to the 30th of November.
THE Subscriber is now receiving, in addition
to his former Stock, a general assortment of
FINE and COMMON
Embracing a variety of the latest French and En
glish patterns, Viz:
Tea Sets of plain and raised figured China, and
white, blue,and green Granite, Dinner Sets of while
and blue figured Granite, Plates, white blue, green,
brown, pink, and sprigged; Ditto white, blue, green,
brown, pmk, and glass Coffee Sets; Pickles, white,
and sprigged; Bakers, ! white, blue, brown, green
and pink; Soup Tureens, white and blue Granite;
Gravy .Tureens, white, blue, brown and sprigged;
Bowls, white, blue, brown, green, pink, and sprig
ged; Gups, Coffee and Tea, raised figured China;
Tea Pots, Sugars, and Creams, every variety:
Ewers and Basins; Chambers; Alugs, white, blue,
brownjspd pink; Iwihim, blue edged; 'Muffins,
ditto:" Dnneis. ditto: Teas, painted and figured:
1 '1'i.ln kia? rvlnAct- lJ l rrO- Jit tri?'-2?amtrt"ir.i h r-'r g
. " ""j ! : t-t j; -. .
fine anUcoDimon quality;" Do. ivJoIasses Jug; Do.'
Saltcellars; Do. JNappiers.
Also, a large assortment of
Hardware, Cutlery, Medicines, &c.
Sugars, loat, lump, and brown; Coffee. Rio Lagui
ra and Java; Molasses; Soil; Iron; Nails; Steel;
Collins' Axes; Steelyards; Table and Tea Spoons;
Tabic Cutlery-, fine and common; Gun locks, 20
dozen; Shovels; Spades;. Brooms; Buckets; Bel
lows: Anvils; Vices; Waggon Boxes; Trace and
Halter Chains; Shy 10, and 10 12 Window Glass;
Putty; White Lead; Scotch and Maccoboy Snuff",
in bottles and bladders; Tow and Jute Bafe Rope;
low and Hemp Cotton lagging, 40 to 44 inches;
Baling Twine; Sole Leather; Powder, Shot, and
Lead; HoPow-Ware; 125 warns large and small
Wrapping Paper; Table Sahj in bo.tes; Starch, Pep
per, Spice and Ginger; Prineipe, Cigars (Steamboat
brand;) Bed Cords; Cotton and Wool Card; Col
fec Mills; Spirits Turpentine; Opodeldoc; Batc
uian's Drops ; British Oil; Godfrey's Cordial; Cay
enne Pepper; Brimstone; Epsom Salts; Alum; Salt-
petiejLampblack; Copal Varnish;'Copperas; Sa!era-
tns;Spanish Bro'n; Annatto; Indigo; Madder; Black
ing; Mustard; Nutmegs; Cinnamon; Camphor,
Castile, Almond, and common Bar Soap.
1 "cases gentlemen's fine & common Fur orw! Silk
Hats Men's and Boys' Fur, Cloth, Sealskin & Selette
Cap; 10 cases Men's ihick Brogans and Russi t;
Willovr, Amazon, Silk and Straw Bonnets; blue,
black, and steel-mixed C!oths; Cafssinrefcs, and
Sattinets; Kentucky Jeans; Muslin-de-Lains; Or
leans Cloth; Circassians; Calicoes; Cambrics; black
and blue Silks; Satin Taglionis; Flannels; Buffa
lo and Pilot Cloths; Bed Ticking; Shirtings and
Sheetings; Cotton Umbrellas; Negro Blankets;
Cotton and Plaid Shawls; metal, horn, and lasting
Buttons; Ball and Spool Cotton Thread.
All of which will be sold low for Cash, Country
Produce, or on time to prompt customers.
October 5, 1S42. i89-5t
HAS REMOVED (o the corner recently
occupied by Tsaae Dodd, where he is now
openini a splendid assortment of
DttY GOODS: Superior broad cloths, various
colors; Cassimeres, vestings, Kentucky jeans, Eng.
merino, silks, bombazines, blk silk velvet, satins,
brown Holland, silesia, merino shirts, buff cashme
rette, mouslin doLaine shawls ; Thib' t, and other
shawls; Diaper, black and brown drill, shirtings;
i-hcatings, Ginghams, Flannels, &c, embracing
every thing usually kept in a dry good store.
STOCKS. COLLARS and BOSOMS, a variety
HATS AND CAPS; a variety of fins STRAW
and other BONNETS, for ladies and misses.
100H PAIR BOOTS AND SHOES, besides
ladies and misses Shoes.
GROCERIES, &.c; Sugar, Java Coffl-e, Tea
Spirits ol various kinds, Cheese, Tobacco, Powder
& Shot, fine double barrell Guns, Colt n bagging,
spernt candles, bale rope, and all articles in the
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, &c, Spades,
Shovels, knives and foiks, ketiles, frying pans, &c.
White lead in oil, Collins' axes,, best cigars, fine
honeydew chewing tobacco, iron, steel, nails, trace
chains,, fine otter, coney, sealette, and cloth caps,
percussion caps, superior, &c. &.C., for sale by
A r:ood many articles in the dry good arnd gro
cery line, unnecessary to be enumerated in an
advertisement, all of which will be sold cheap for
cash orcountry produce.
Oct. 15. 1842. 190-tf.
United States District Court of
North Carolina, -
IN BANKRUPTCY :T 'C
Notice to shew cause against' Petition oi
Jos'iah Tyson, of M corn. Cou ritv. , Fa rnier. lor h i &
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wdaiin?-
tbn, on Monday, the I9th day of December next ' ,
Isaac Jones, of Moore County. Farmer, fotbts ffl.
charge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wilmington,
unupiiuaj, me 1 9in oay 01 Uecemer next. .
Jethro Denson, of Moore ConntyT Mechantfei'lor
his discharge and cartlticate as Bank nipt, at Wil
mington on Monda, the ; 19th day of December
next. ;'.,' : ..-,"
Urinkfty Phillips, of Moore County. Farmer ' for
eaa and .Quarter Sessions ofl bis dischre and eertifi-arn a Rankrutit. at Wil-
jrertacbolrdinw to LxtwJin the Estate oQ mington on Monday L.i2t!tJvef&ctmbew
a r'mmjm iim 1 1 i uwtmiiTO l. j a v r"VJ mmw m.
nseba roSanU certificate as Bankrunt. at TTfc.
on', on Monday, the I9th day of December next
Amos Bridges, of Moore Cotfnty, Farmer, for his
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wilming-
on, on Monday, the 19th day or December next.
James Riddle, of Moore County, Mechanic, for bis
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wilming
ton, on Monday, the 19th day of December next.
Charles Wise, of Rowan County, Farmer, for his
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wilming
ton, on Monday, the 19th day of December next.
H. POTTER, D. J.U. S. A. C.
Faycttevilie, Septmberl4, 1842. 182-9.
HARDWARE and CUTtEllY.
I HAVE just received per SteamerHenrietto, the
10 hhds Brown Sugar, 600 lbs. LoaX and Lump
Sugar, 50 bags Rio Coffee, 5 bags Java Coffee, 5
hhds. Molasses, 50 kegs Nails, 8 tons English and
Swedish Iron, 500 lbs. Bar Lead, 40 bags Buck and
Drop Shot, 15 kegs Dupont's Powder? 30 pairs
bright Trace Chains, C doz. No lt Cotton. Cards
Whitamore's best; Ginger, Pepperypice, .Coppe
ras, Saleratus, tndigo, Madder, Sniff in Bladders
and Bottles, Soap, Brimstone, Camphor,- Nutmegs,
Castor Oil, Salts, Opodeldoc, Irtk, Blacking Brushes
long and short handle Shovels, Spades,- Case
Knives, Pocket Knives, Blacksmith's Tools, &c.
DRY GOODS, Crockerv, Hollovv Ware, and an
assortment of HATS and SHOES. All ol which
will be sold low for Cash or Country Produce. .
Sept. 30, 1842. - . . -
State of North Carolina Moore county,.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Au
gust Term, 1S-12.
Matilda Gunter, ' )
Vs. Petition for dowet.
Heirs of John Gunlcr, )
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Thomas Calvin Gunler, William Alias Ganter,
John Castlebury Gunler, Corneiliils BuPivant and
wife 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 North Carolinian, notifying the said
Heirs "pLaw, to appear at the neat term of the
Oo:btT VnctA and Quarter Stasjons for the coonfr
akresatlJbb brt5-tneT Court House in Caffr.
thage, on the 2tT Monday of November next, and
answer to said petition, otherwise, it will be heard
exparte and Decree granted accordingly.
Witness Alexander C. Curry, Clerk of our said
Conrt at Office, the 3d Monday in August, A. D
1842. A. C.CURRY, Clerk.
NEW DRUG ESTABLISHMENT.
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Cci tificele of a pa
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'e of To w holes
uarfers $2 50.
I prizes of . 85001
CbssO.;. i fur 1S42.
To be drawn at AT $ .&d.i," Virginia, on Saturday
" 19th dJroi : Nricn her. 1S42.
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200' do .11 ' -i
Wholes ft 10 H ,lv w'Stf fiuat fers
$ of 25 wholes
11 . 5- ,ivK
3 prixes of $25,(X-tA6antfng to $75,00
VfRSfNfA LlXStXtoLG L0TTE
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JSear liberty Point, Person Street
FAYETTE VI LLE, V. C.
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prime lountain BjjUc
Oct. 22, 1612.
at oflice the third Monday of August, A. D. 1842-
A. C. CURRY, Clerk.
Oct. 1st. lSS-et.--pr. a.dv. S3 i3
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rnlHG Subscriber having opened a
JUL sorfmcnt of DUUGS, MEDICINES,
&c, nearly opposite the Bank'of Cape Fear, in this
place, solicits ihe patronage of County Merchants,
Physicians, an 1 others. He trusts thai he will be
prepared to tarnish almost any article usually to be
found in' establishments of this kind, and on very
The Subscriber has also on hand a large assort
ment of Patent Medicines; among which are Dyott's
Family Medicines, and Vicker's and Thompson's
Mrd'cinea. . JAMES A. McRAE.
Oct. 20, '.842 191-if.
Stolen from the Subscriber
in Ihe County of Sampson, a few
days since, a nero girl aged about
16 3-ears, named Marinda. Sard
girl is of adark yellow complexion;
is about 5 feet high, and her upper
fore teeth are decayed. 1 will gTve
the above reward for the delivery
of sa?d reg'ro to me in' the county
ol'Sampson, or will give one hnnilr d dollars fr her
delivery and proof sufficient to convict ihi thif.
Said negro irf was raised by Cnarlcs Slcvi
Esq , from whom I procured her.
Oct. 22, 1842. 191 4t pd.
Slate of X. CarolinaCumberland county.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
September Term, 1842.
William Blanks &. wife & others,
Versus, J Petition-, for
James Martin", ad'm. of Sarah J. sale of slaves &.
flo'mes th 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 beyond the limits of th?s State, it is there
fore ordered that publicafion bo made for six suc
cessive weeks, notifying thcrsaid non-residents per
sonally to appear before our said Court of Pleas and
CLuartor Sessions to be helef for ihe county of Cum
berland at the Court House in Faycttevilie on the
first Monday in DecernSer next, then and there to
shew cause if any they have why ihe prayef of
p-1 ftioners should notb'e granted, otherwise it will be
taken pro. confesso an J heard exparte as to them.
Witness John McLaurin elcrtw of said Court, at
ofHce in Fayetteville, thefirst Monday of Septem
ber, 1342, and cf American Indi p.-ndcnce ihe
67 lii year.
Oct. 22,1312. ,!91-6tS2 62lll
nal, recently occupied by
terms wnl be very moderate.
Dodd., or at tiiia Ofiice
IS , lie r-"."i '
Mrs. Watts. The
Apply to Jniest
ft ik V
waters of o .1
To b6 drawn oh A
1 prize of
1 priac of
1 priie of
$ pti2es of 02,000 aro &75.000.
50 prizes of O 50 or $30050
Certificates 6f packa: of StT whole.-i Pi3h
Do dS 6f 26 halves " fr,
Do' Co ' ot28 quarters 32
IirjFAIl urdcrs irotir a distance will receive the
mst prompt altentior, .nd aa soon as each dravvirrg
is over ari account of it will be sent to' al? who ordcf
from us.' 5 .; !
Address fi. Ij. GREGORY CO.
. . . Manajjer.4 Washington City, D. C-
cct. 24,- 1
THE Subscriber tic now receiving by the fate
arrivals front tP2 North, their
Of merchandize, cbrcing ncaity every tirtizld
usually kept in stores.- As usual t!iC f-oe?: is heaVyy
ahd we invite courVtr icrfchants and our friends a!
large to call and sea us We sell on time to punc
liral customers . L
J.C.&G. B. ATKINS.
't: . Foot of Haymounr.
Fay ettev i I le, Oct'i 2 184" 1 . 1,92-y .
TWO VALUAtflE PLANTATIONS
EING desironi'ofi removing to the Wesf, I
offr for sale all ni' 'eal estate, consisting ot
two valuable P.'antiriois situa'eft ahorii 30 rnile.4
from Fayetteville on J'C FayettevfHe am! Salcnr
rfjal, a.:d aboOt 10 lib-' from Carthage. The tract
orr which I reside coola' aotft lOOO- aires, nbont
30 of wWch afe Cbifai tfd ttt ar.igh artatfi'of Culti
vation' well adapted f6he etlff'are ofcoitCn, corn,
wheat, &c. The buBdiigs are Cxfcnsirf, lately re--paired
and very oiftbr bfe. On tliH plantation
is also a fine CdttOnCff ..
The other plantatim a'djofii ing am embracer
about 1200 acres, a bt 200ol whieh are cleared--good
buildings valaaL e Grist Mill.
Both situations art ':althy and have a plciitifuf
s-upply of g66l wat'ef. Ternis will be libera. Per
sons from t ie low fcontry would do well to ex
amine this property aai combines health with fertil
Get. 29, 1842-291
fTtlllE SobBeriberlrif giyetbe abrrve reward fof
JJ the apprehensin nd eonfi icmf nt hr Jail of
a certain man who Ctltr Mm self JOfIN CAMP'
BELL. He was di.-irTfd a few days since in tbu
upper part of ttobcsaC"un''y making his eseapi:
with a negro woman brfOSfWg to1 Mrs. CampbelL
of Marion Dietrict, $t - The said Campbell is
about 3 or 40 years (f -, light hair, about h i!f tl
it grey ; his neck his fMne sppenranc -t of bein
marked with small pjssand his chin has a holiow
rn it. He ha ralbernnPhinent in hit' speech,
and waJks with his hflj little mc'ined forward.
He had on a white hfct fl broad brim, black
jeans homespun criAMBfi laaloon , lo'erablc fine.
It is Bopposed that htt tue n"c David Camp
bell. He was last sianM ; bouse of Mr Mur
dock Campbell, in i,jny f Cnmtrhnd, N.
mm- lie IS Mill lUlhin" auoui.
I the said CampbelPs.
-Tl-A .0?BBa L GEORGE J. EKTHF.A.
iP.ijrir ' Marion Dltt.-ist, S. C,Oct. 17, 1342. l'JsJ-3: