VM: III B A YN Prop vietor.
' ' TERMS "
-i-' .or ..':-T -
THE NORTH CABOLINI AN;
' P annum, if paid in advaifce, i !;;:"? $2 50
Do ifpIdattheendof6montha, 3 00
Do- if paid at the end of the yea, 3 50
Rates of Advertising
Sixty cents per sqoaro.for the first, and thiry cents
for each subsequent insertion. . .,
JL liberal deduction will be made to advertise by
CotaoWisenieiits and ShfiriflTa ealea, will be
charged 15 per cent, higher titan the usual ratest
All advertisements sent for publication shoold have
the nutnbee of insertion intended, marked upon
them, otherwise they willbe Inserted until forbid,
-and charged aceordinly ' V
t No paper discontinued aatil arrearages are paid,
trrM.i h ntr of the Editor.
ATo .,,.1 rsdrcjCfor Jes.S J-4-twc. . .3
c3Letters on business connected with this estab
lisbraent.must be addressed Wm.H. Batne,
Editor of tha North-Carolinian, and in all cases
fot-paid. 1 ,
wiahtnv to make remittances
by mail, will remember that they can do so free of
nosta-e, as Postmasters are authorized oy law 10
CrankJettors enclosing remittances, if written by
themselves, or the contents known to them.
Prices of Job Work
HAND BILLS, printed on a medium, royal.
r super royal sheet, for 30 copies,
For 50 capies. I ;
Aid for every additional 100 copies,
ririRRR RILLS 'on a sheet from ti to 18
inches square, 30 copies, J
Over t8 inches, and not exceeding 30,
CARDS, large sie, single pack,
; And for every additional pack,
Smaller sizes in proportion.
CLANKS, when printed to order, for 1 qnire, 2
And for eTery additional qui.re,undcr;5, 1
F.i,'iAHiiir S anirM.'
CIRCULARS, INVITATION TICKETS, and
1 all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING, executed
" cheap for CASH. .: , - " : ,-
Kent constantly on
AND FOR SALE AT THE
CHECKS, on Bank of the State, and Cape
PROSECUTION BONDS, Supr.Ct.
VEND EXPO., constables levy
COMMISSIONS totakcdepositionsin equi
tv, and Supr. court
vuiis,oaperior anu io. vi.
CA. SA. Simr. Ct- . : , ,
INDICTMENTS for Affray, and Assault
and Battery, Co. and Sup. Ct.
CERTIFICATES, Clk. Co. Ct.
UUUtill to overseers ol Koads
. . BASTARDY BONDS
. TAX RECEIPTS ...
WITNESS TJCETA-T - -A-
, PATROL NOTICES . ,
LET TERS of ADMINISTRATION Bonds
Constables Gaiij'Sa. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Superior Court Fh Fa.
r.bilrt Sci. Fa, to ire-
vi ve judgment.
County Court Subpoenas,
Superior Court Warn: nts, ;
Bonds for Col'rd. ; Apprentices.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
X TfltT2VIlT RITl ElvSt
for tale ill ' fie Pott Office at Lumberton by
Thcafl Medicines are irftbtcd for iheir name to
their martifet and sensible action in purifying
I hi springs and channels of lif', and enduing them
with renewed tone aiid vigor. In many nunorra
.....rt which have been made public, and in
almost c"v.rv species ordisease to which the hitman
i t. k.nn rla of MOFFAT'S
YrZ tVVs f anVMenIX BITTEltS have
bee sraiel'u.ly and pUbhely acknowledged by tho
persons ben.liited, artdwno were . P ".
lilted with lliOvbeant. fully Philosophical
princl.JoM upon which t bey are corrtpf un Jed, and
upon whiih t!iv tonsquenily act. ...
. r.u- r ipr i ITTCIiVKS rer-ommend tliemselvcs
.t (nrni and description. Their
in uio j
tirst operation is to loosen from the coats ot the slo-
. kAU the Various imriuritics andcrudi-
ties constantly setllin around them ; and to remove
tti hardened ficces which collect in the convolu
1, of the smallest iotestirtes. Other med:cmes
thiserA and IcaVe such collect
e.l masses behind as to rwwlnce habitual costive
, wit i all ifa train nf CTlls. of SlldUCII diart03a
.. iiu'iii unmintni ff an ffcrs. ' Tliis fact is well known
m nil r.niar anatomisbi. W-bd examine the human
bowels after death ; and hence the prejudice of those
inst anack meditane- ot med-
ii-lnes prepared and heratd to iho p4 y igno
rant persons, f The secoud effect ot the Life Mfd
t A.n t trt Rteanse the kidnevs and the bladder, and
by this mean, the Ilvcf and the longs, the healthful
action of which entirely depends upon the regularity
f the nrinary organs. The blood, which takes its
red color from the agencyof the Jivcr and the lungs
lusfbrc ft passes Into the heart.being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from a clean
stomach, course freely through the veins, renews
cVcry part of the system, and triumphantly mounts
the banner of health in the bloom'me cheek.
(MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES have been
thoroughly tested, anJ pronounced a sovereign rem
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitation of
Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and Head ach,
Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Dinrrhcea, Cholera, Fever
of alt kinds, Rheumatism, .Goat, Dropsies ofall
kinds. Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Scnrvs, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore, Scofbtttic Eruption
. and Bad Complexions, Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and other disagreeable Complexions, Salt
-Rheum, Erysipelas, Common Colds and Influenza,
.and vario'is other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; Jn Fever and Ague, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; sd
milch so that in the Fever and Ague districts, Phy
sicians almost universally prescribe them.
T CLOVER SEED
For Sale by I - , GEO. McNElLL.
School was resumed
on- the 3d of October.
Gardner and McKctliaii,
"njr AVE now on hadd, arid for Sale at very Ho.
JJU.dueed prices, i
4! Busies, - 1
-. 4 Sulkies:'
8 Spring Wagons arid -
3 Chaii Wagons. -Also,
a v ery large assortment of
work wh ch we are daily finishing.
Also a i general assortment of
Coach-M iker's materials kept
constantly on hand and for sale.
, Persorrs wi ihing to buy, would do well to call
and examine heir work, as they feci confident they
can make the r work as well, and sell it as low as
it can be had rom any tegular Northern Establish
ment. , j r"
All work-made and sold by them is warranted 12
months, and willbe repaired without charge, if
they fail by b id workmanship or materials.
Repairing r, catly executed at short notice, and oh
reasonable te ms. ,:
Orders thankfully received, and promptly attend
c, September 1 6, 1S42.
farm, his friends and
the Public generally, that he
still continues to carry on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
TORY, at his old Stand,
on Gillespie street, a tew,
doors South of the Market Hnu.e.
thankfully received and promptly ot-
.. October 2,
HOOK AT THIS.
MY HOUSE. has been thoroughly repaired. I
will kci p Entertainment at very reduced pri-
ces, and b
glad to welcome the return of my friends
e, October 13, 1.841. . 138-tl
is on the corner ntUillepie and Alum-
ford Si reels,
Convenient to the Rlaiket, and near the
f ... ' E. S.
The subscriber has remov
ed from the stand recently
occupied by him on Hay
street, wes-t of the La fay -
etto Hotel, to the fire-proof
building, 1 door below
the store of Messrs II.
& E. J. liillv, where he
will be happy t.i wait on
his friends who have hen
tofbrc favored him1 with
their custom, and the pub
ti (ronrntlv whrt mnti fcpl
disposed to patronise him ; trust in 2 by strict atten
tinn to buiiiess, with a desire to please, to receive
a liberal share ot support.
His charges, as heretofore will be moderate, !o
suit the times -, and all work entrusted to his care
will be warranted, as to fit and workmanship : and
being regularly m the receipt of the reports of the
Fashions, from the north, his style will be as "(khI
as that of any northern city.
Persons who wish to have their clothes made at
home, can have them cut as carefully as if he wrre
to make I hem himself.
lta slAely 3 doors east of Ijafnyelte Hotel
Aug. 20J 1812-6 mo.
A few articles of ready made elo thing on hand.
: NEW DRY GOODS.
TSCWILLlAfa McLNTYRE oflers for sale Beav
ft er, Pilot & Bear sk in cloths, Cassimeres,
Sattinnrtti, Kentucky Jea lis, G lasso w Jeans, Flan
nets. Rose & Striped Blankets, English & rench
Morocco, Bombazines, Challies, Grtngbams, Calh
coes. Jaconet Musliri, Bishop Lawns, Swiss ilus
lins, Plaid CassimereSha wis, Fancy Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, Vrst ings, Bed I ykes, Apron Checks, bpool
Thread. Pntlent Thread. Canvass Padding, Sew
ing Silks. Lasting, Satin and other fancy button?.
j llardwate & Cutlery:
Knives &. Forks, Table STea Spoons, pocket and
fen knivfck. Scissors and Shares, carpenters Locks,
Pad and Stock Locks. Spades. Shovels, weeding
Hoes, Trice -Chains, .Cpllihs' Axes, Whlttemore
Cards. Boots, Shoes, Hals and Uonncts.
i Siioar. Coffee. Tea. Crockery and Glasfi Ware
Powder, Shot, Bar Lead, Window Glass,' White
Lead, feci f t
Sept. 241, 1842. lS7-4m. ' 1
HATS & CAPS.
THE SUBSCRIBER retiirninir. his
thanks to his friends for their veiy liberal patron
a ?e. would inform them that he has.inst received
fro n the North a large assortment or HATS AND
CAPS of the latest London and Paris fashions, 10
wit s Fancy Tarbans'for children, cloth glazed Scal
ette, Fur-i eal, otter sal, rhuskrat, and hair caps,
for men aid boys. He also continues to manufac
ture all kinds of Hats; including Chapcatls and
other military caps.
: j To Country Hatters
! He would say that he has a general ' assortment
of Hat Materials, which he will sell low - lor cash
and invites them to Call.
iOcf.8, J842. 18D-y
JJrn FIRKINS nrime Mountain Sutler,
2000 pduuda BUCK.WrlEAT FLOUR,
j j i GEO. McNEILti.
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 i&S.
TAKEN on and com mi
tv.- T.n nf hnmberland County,
on Monday the I7tU insr a nrg
slave who says his name is Samp
son, and savs he belongs to Chris?
tian Brinkfy of Salisbury, Rowan
-couaty, JN. aiti negro i
supposed to be between a no
50 vears of ace, dark compliion
thick lips, speaks slow when spoken to, 5 fett 9
incliM hioh. hair a settinff irray in spots and had on
when taken op mixed dress coat, white woollenl
vest and naotaloons, black wool hat stitched down, 1
shoes. "The owner is hereby notified to come lor-I
ward prve property, pay cliarga ,andtake him
awnv-r he will be dealt with according to Lass.
J , W. L CALLAIS J.ilor.
Uncommonly ' Cheap: !
J. & J.! KYLE
HAVE just received by the late
arrivals from the North, a large
and general assortment of
Purchased at the late reduced prices, among which
are French Lawns and Prints, Ginhams, plain
and figured Muslin, best , black Silks, figured and
l lain tiitto, some very superior dress Shawls and
Capes, newest style London Straw Bonnct. com
mon ditto. Calicoes, checked Mus-lin, Jaconet and
Cambric, Silk and Cotton j Umbrellas, 3-4 to 6-4
brown and bleached Domestic6, Spool Cotton and
Sewing Silk, Tuck and Side Combs, with many
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.
July g, 1842.-173-tf jl .
AV1S FOR SAJLE.
A LOT of land containing 50 acres, 2 or 3 of
XBl wLich are cleared. A house and well in the
vard. About II miles le!ow Daniel McNeill's
bridge, HockfisbT on the Lumberton road
ALSO 26 oeres of land on Buckhead Creek ;
adjoining the Uotlon f actory lanos on L.iuit liocK
fish, part overflowed by the pond of said Factory.
ALSO a half acre Lot on North Street, west side,
with adwe'linfr Hojse, known as the Kerven Lot.
For' Information and terms apply to
' ! AMOS KIMBALL.
June 18, 1842. j x 173-tf.
FOOT OF IIAYSIOUNT,
FaytlleviUe, iV. C.
riflHE subscriber having opened that large and
JL Commndinus House on Hav Street, known as
the PLANTER'S HOTEL, is now prepared to ac
commodate Boarders and Traveller., upon moderate
terms. ; She trusts that strict attention and ner 1 nti-
mate acouaintancc with the business, will ensure a
liberal portion of the patronage of the pnblio the
table will be furnished with tlio best tbe Market af.
fercferand the stabtes wtrh carcrut aiicr altrniiTc ru
lers. ; m
p ANN BROW.N.
November ; 3, 1811. : 142-y.
' ! P. TiLTLOP.9
Has just received his Fall and Winter ttock of
Dry Goods, Groceries. S:c.,
(Pronounced to be the most lastelul assortment of
Goods in tbe market) embracing a larsre and sene
ral stlfction, suiiable for town and country trade
consisting nt line cloths, cassimtres: sattinclts
Kentucky janes, fldnnel?, blankets, negro cloths,
calicoes, marinOs, mouslin deLaines, challeys, fash
ionable silks, fine Florence and straw bonnets, hats
and caps of fur, seal skin, glazed, &c. Hardware
and cutlery, fi'.ie crockery, fine double barn I guns,
irrn 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, neat ly every article
usually kept in a dry good and grocery store. Call
and examine the stock, j Prices low,' as usual.
Fayelteville, September 24, 1842. 187-tf
The subscriber would inform his friends, and the
public generally, that he is now receiving from tbe
noith, his FALL & WINTER stock., consisting of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Cotton bagging, Bale rope, iron nails; hollow ware,
trace chains, weeding hoes, Collins' and Simmons'
axes, coMOn and wool cards, Hals, Caps, Boots and
Shoes. f GROCERIES. '
Best loaf and browri susar, coffoe and tea, pow
der and' shot. Indigo, rriaddtr, Spauish brown, rp?om
and glauber salts, crockery ware, &c, &c.
A large arid general assortment of Candies, kept
constantly on hand, at wholesale, arid retail.
Being determined to devote all necessary atten
tion to the MOULDING of his Candles, and hav
ing spared no painsi to improve their quality and
appearance, hz hopes td receive a due share of pa
tronage; r 3 WM. McLMcKAY.
Fayetteville Oct. 14, 1842,.- 190-tf
State of North Carolina Moore County.
Cottr of Pleas i arid Quarter . Sessions-
f j Jltigus? Term, 1842.
Alex. C. Ciirry, --
F.-drick.Ron'in, odVi. of Sc x vs' Land
Jchn Giintcr, dccaed. J 3 i
vs. ' Samci
fl Same, )
John Husk e &. Son, ) L
. John Baker,
, . Sahie,
. ; ' ' vs. : ' ; .
. i VS : ,"
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
Thomas Calvin Gtintcr, William Atlas Gunter,
John Castlebury Gunter, Cornelius Sullivant' and
wife Mary, Isaac Gunter, Daniel W. Kelly and
wife Nancy, James Wammack anil wife Sarah T.,
are not residents of this State ; on motion it is or
dered tkai publicatifyi be made' for six successive
Weeks iff the Noith Carolinian, notifying the said
heirs at Law, ' to appear at the next term of lhe
Conft of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the Connt
aforesaid, to beheld at the Codrt llouso in Car
thage, on the third Monday of November next, and
shew cause if any , they have, why the lands which
desended to the heirs at Law of John fJrunler
oeccased, shall not be sold to satisfy the several
claims of the plant ifisi according to law.
Witnes i, Alex.i C. Curry, clerk of our said Court
at office the third Monday of Ausust, A. D. 1842-
A. C. CURIIV, Clerk.
-For Sale or Barter.
f.JA V,n naT,sM,nly.n the waters
u r" 10r of Bacon, at market Drices. or ex-
ettp?n ProPeryr !n tL neishborhood of Fay.
- ' further particulars enqWire at this office.
- "jT ( m T f
--.....ill J 1 A U 1J
? -jjvitr tsken letters of administration from
oart of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of
v core r
inly, according to Law. on the. Estate of
eDusrald, d-c'd," and having obtained an
"! ' r frtl.
tong propeny, ononging to saia estate, viz:, ex
likfly jcung NliAjrKUb.S, two of whom are first rate
wi.fon-naKers, nouse carpenters, and painters. 1 he
othen ae two young men and two girls, of the age
ofa4f 15 yetr8 unuef good character. Two
ifbicies, neatly finished, and 2 Sulkeys. C road
ignis, new and warranted good. Terms of sule
ft hi above described property. Cash. ::
IA!o, the fillowins properly will be sold on a
r?onbIe credit, viz: 3 new and first rate sets of
ck nn tu tools, a great variety of wasron makers'
ttfcls, carpenters' tools, implements Cr painting,
&t.,lrming tools, one cotton gin, 7 head of horses,
rates, large and well broken, 100 head of hoes.
olhe best breeds in North arolina, a number
co and she-p, and Household and Kitchen
lO acres of LAND on ihe Dry Fork, and 500
te White Oak reek,? both tracts1 improved
Ico take place at my residrn.ee to commence at
b clock. I
Sfl.3, 1842. I 184-ts.
1B. All persons having claims asainst the Es-
tltef Alex'r McDugald, dfc'd, w ill please present
tien within the time prescribed by Law, or this
rajtK will be plead in bar of their recovery. .
le above sale teas to have taken ))lace on
Me 0th of October, but Kas been postponed
Hi auA of Jovemoer,
f PIE Subscriber is now
rcceii'ing, 111 addition
I J. to his former Stock, a
general assortment of
FilS and COMMON i ' '
mincing a variety of the latest French and En
'patterns, viz:- f
l'cscts of plain and raised figured China, and
fc hi, blue, and green Lranite, UinnprSets of white
m.Iue fizured G ran iteJ Plates, white blue, crreen.
rot, pink, and sprigged: Ditto white, blue. irreen.
roi, pink, and glass Cflee Sets; Pickles, whif,
ndriard; Bakers, white, bine, brown, preen
Lnd nk; Soup Tureens,! wlme and b'ue Granite;
asr a . a a : . a . . '
irrv i ureens, wn;re, nine, orown and sprigged;
vom, wbits, blue, brown, green, pink, and sprig-
edTuDS. Cnffec and Tea. raised figured China?
I E . . ' . . ; ,
'il'ots. Susars,' andl Creams, every , variety:
I fV(and Basins; Chambers; Mugs, white, blue.
WwvVand pink; Twifflin. blue edged; MaffiQsv
Ii ViMMtir, fillto; Teas, painted and firarrtl:
J amblers, painted; Mnj, ditto; Glass Tiirohlrr.",
fine nd common quality Do. Molasses Jur; Do
SaltctJai; Do. Nappieis;
Also, a large assortment of
Hardware, Cutlery, Medicines, &c.
Sura, loaf, lump, arid brown; Coftoe. Rio Lagui
ralirid Java; Molasses;) Salt; Iron; . Nails; Steel;
Collins' Axes; Steelyardej Table and Tea Fpoons;
TablcCotlcry, fine and common; Gun locks, 20
dozen; Shovels; Spades-f Brooms; Bucket; Bel
lows; 'Anvils; Vices; Wiggon Boxes: Trace and
BaltefCbains; 8 by 10, and 10 12 Window Glass;
Putty; White Lead; Scotch ind Macco!oy SnufT,
in bottles and bladders; Tow and Jute Bale Rpe;
Tow slid Hemp Cotton Uajgmg, 40 to 44 inch s;
Balin1' Twine; Sole Lea (her; Powder, Shot, and
lead' llO:OW-v arc; iii psaiiia aiiu rmait
Wrapping Paper; Table$alt,in boie; Starch; Pep
per, Spiceand Ginger; Princip", Cigars (Steamboat
braIid;)Bed Cords; Cotton and Wool. Card;, Cof
fee Will?; Spirits Turpentine; Opodeldoc; Bale
man'g Drops ; British Oil; Godfrey's Cordial; Cay
enne Pepper; ferirnstohe Epso;m Salt; Alum; Salt
petiejLatnpblack; Copkl V"arnisb;'Crtpp'eras; Salera-tns-Spanish
BitTn; Annaito; Indigo; Madder; Black
ing Mustard; Nutmegs; Cinnamon; Camphor,
C'tilp Almond, and common Bar Soap
j 7 es gentlemen's fiiie & common Fur arid Sdk
Hats Men's and Boys' Eu, Cloth, Sealskin & Selette
Cap- 10 iasrs Men's thik.Brogans and Russt;
Wuloir, Amazon, Silk and .Straw Bonnets; blue,
Mack, ancl steel-rhiied C'bths; Cassimeres and
Sattin,'sifcKcr1,lIcky Jeans; Muslin -de-Lai ns; Or
leans Cloth; Circassians; Calicoes; Cambrics; black
and blue fei Iks; Satin. TAghonis; Flannels; Buffa
loand Pflot Cloths; Bed T.icking; Shirtlnss and
fclieetinSPj Cotlori , Umbrellas; Negro Blankets;
Cotton arid P.la Id Shawls; metal, horri, and Listing
EuttqnBall and Spool Cotton Thread.
Aliof jvlnch wil be sold low for Cash, Country
Pmduceior on t me to prompt customers.
i ! 1 J. D. WILLIAMS
rri,.Wr 5, IS4-2'. i83-5t
JMES j: BODD,
ILVS REMOVED: io the tbrnrr recenily
enjljyIsaac )odd, where hois noiv
J, - FPleuMiu asauriiiieui i
V (iOODiv? Supbrior broad cloths,' various
;Cassiineres, vestiris, Kentucky jeans, Ens.
Silks, bombazines, blk silk velvet, satins.
bro-yt Holland, silesia, merino fhirts, buftcashme-
rftt mouslm daLairie shawls ; Thil t, and other
shawls; Diaper, black and browri drill, shirt inirs:
OS". Ginchama. Plannpln; &c embrartn.'
thinir usiiallv keht in a drv !Ood store.
Ockr. rini.T.ahiB .nA rinsnvis? vni-i.iv
HATS AND f!Atis?.'ii vnrirfv of fine STR A
anu oincr liUN JN KTS, for ladies and misses.
low PAIR BOOTS AND SHOES, besides
laois and misses Shoes. ;
GROCERIES ,f &.c : Sugar, jiava Coff.;e, Tea
Spiels bl various kinds, Cheese., Tobacco, Powder
& snot, tine double barrell Guns, Cotton bagirins,
sperm candles, bale rope, and all "articles in the
grocery bpsiness;. J .
JiARDWARE & CUTLER Y. &c gpadns
Slin'f, knives arid forks, ketlle?;frylng pins, &c
..White lead in" oil, Collins' axe best cigars, fine
honeydew chewing tobacco, iron,.steel, nails, trace
chains, fine otlerj, coney, sealettc, and cloth caps,
pcrcuoomn CllpSf sopcribr, &c, &e.j lor sale by.
A good many articles Irt the dry good and gro
cery unci unnecessary In hi fmumcraicd In an
advertisement, all of which will be sold cheap for
Oct. 15. 1842. j j .: 190-tf.
SALE OR RENT.
Two Story Frame House, riear'the Arse-
tecently occupied bv Mrs. Watts. The
terms will be very moderate. Apntyttd James
'screen.; rhxit aiar . .
ftrn. , asthe owner has no intention of seu
It VI ndis desirous to dispose or it.
,U o!d low for cash, or bartered for Cot-
TTN BANKRUPTCY i
otice to shew cause against Petition 01
' Josiah Tyson, of iMoore Coitntyj Sbrrner, lor his
discharge and certificate as Bankrnpiat Wilming
ton, on Monday,1 th I9ili day of December nexL
Isaac Jonesj of MoorepoUBfy Farmer, forhls dis
charge and certificate aa Bankrupt, at Wilmington,
on Monday, the 19fh day of Drcember rrejt.
Jethro Denson, of Moore County, Mechanic; for
his discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wil
mington, on Monday, the 19th day ot December
next, v ; "!' ir- - ' ' .
Brinkley PJiOJipvof Moore County, Faririel-, : fbr
i discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wil-
inintwit, onXMooday, the. 9th day of December
next, .x - , .. .
' JraseF. "Mtl?fc ofMoofe HonKl: Krmrf: fc hla
4iijMjirgc&;. eertiacaw as Bankrupt, at Wl"io-
nn . on Alonrtay, tbe IStli tfav of December next.
Amos Bridge, f Moore Cou'ntv. Farrner. fbr his
discharge and certificate a Bankrupt, at Wilming-
on, on Mondavi the J9th day prUecember nest.
James Riddle, of Moore Coiht v. Meclianic, 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 Mondav, toe 1 9th day of December next.: ,
Publication ordered. .: ,
. I II. PQTTER, D. J. U. S. .V. C
Fayr'ttevilK Srptimberl4. 1842. 182-9.
HARDWARE and CUTLERY.
I HAVE just received per SteamerHenriella, the
fidlowing articles: .
0 hhds Brown Suar, GOO lbs. Loaf and Lump
Susar, 50 bags Rio CoflVe, 5 baa Java Coffee 5
hhds. Molasses1, 6;i kecs Nails, 8 tons English and
Swedish Iron, 500 lbs. Bar Lead, 40 bags Buck and
Drop Shot, 15 I kegs Du print's Powder, 30 pair
hnht I race Chains, C doz. No 10 Cot toil Cards
VVhitamores best; Ginger. Pepper, Spice, Coppe
ras, haieratu, Indigo,-rl adder, SnUH in Uiauuers
and Bottles, Soap, Brimstone, Camphor; Nntmegs,
Castor 0l, Salts, Opodeldoc, Ink,' Blacking Brushes
long and short handle Shovels, Spades, Case
Knives, Pocket Knivi s, Blacksmith's Tools, &c. '
DRY GOODS, Crockery, Hollow Wife, and an
assortment of HATS and SHOES. .All c4 which
will be sold low for Cash of Country Produce.
Sept. 30, 134?; "
Slate of North Carolina Moore county;. "
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session's 2tt
I gust Term, 1S42. .
Matilda Gunter, , )
i Pel ;t;bn for dbwer.
Htira of John
to the satisfaction of the Court tliat
Thomas Ca y
irt Gunter. William . Atlas Gunter.
John Castlebury G tinier. Comelliua Suldvant and
wife Mary. Isaac Gunter. Dankl W. Kelly and
wife Nancy, James Wamniack- and wim Sarah T.
are ridt. residents bf this State: b'fi motion, it is or
dercd that DUblicailon be rnado Cut six I sUcbeasive
weekijo the NojUCaroUiuaiW. ttntitjins- U amid
Hrtrs at Law, to appear at the nxt t rm of the
Court of Plenn and Quarter SrSsivils for the fcbtlnfy
alorryibl, tp bo held at the Court House in Car
thage, on the 2d Mobda of November .next, and
answer to said petition, otherwise, it will be beard
exparte arid De:rec graritetl accordingly.
Witness Alexander C Currv, fjlera ol our said
Court at Office, the 3d Mbnday in . Ansnst. A. D
1842. - ' A.C.CUK.KY,UlerK.
NEW DRUG ESTABLISHMENT.
JSe&r Liberig Point, Person St reel;
FA YETTE VILLE, JV. C.
THE Siibscriber having opened a general as
sortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES.
&c, nearly opposite the Bunk bf Cape Fear, irt this
place, solicits the patronage bf Country Merchants,
Physicians, and others. He trusts that he will be
a . a. : a aa a
prepared to turnisn aunosi any article usually to dc
found in establishments bf this.kilid, and oh very
rasonabjo terms; . . : . . .
The Subscriber has also on hand a large assort
ment of Patent Medicine; among which are Dyotts
amily Medicines, and Vicker's and 1 hompson a
Mfdlcinex. I JAMES A. McRAE.
Oct. 20, :842.19i-tf.
L$tolen frotti the Sub'sCriber
in the Coiintv of Sampsun, a few
days since, a rtero fflrl aed about
16 years, narri:ed laiinda. Said
irtrl isofadark y llow Complexion;
Nt about 5 feci high, and her upper
Tore t bth arc decayed. I will give
the above reward lor the delivery
nf said nejrm to mi- in I lie ctU:itv
of Sampson tr trill gfve bn hiihdn d dollars fir her
delivery anil proof sufficient to convict the thi f
Said ne?ro girl whs raised by Charles Stevens,
q , from whom I procured her.i " ; .
Oct. 22, IS42.
191 4t pd.
State, of N. CaroliuaCumDerlana counij".
Court of Pleas and Qdarter Sessions)
September Term, J842.
William B ank& wife & others,
Vctti, Petition for
James Martiri" ad'm. of Sarah tale of slaves &
Hu'mes thie Represonlatives of I distribution.
Thomas N Holmes dec, & others J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Couft that
the representatives of Thomas Jf. Holmes deceased,
reside bov'ond the limits or this State, it is there
fore ordered that publication bo made fi-r six- suc
cessive weeks, notifying the said non-rosidents per
sonally to IrPear hi fire our said Cotlrt of Pleas and
Q.narter Sessions to be held for the county of Cum
berland at he Court House irt Fayetteville on the
Urol Mnn.lnv in DecemSor next, then and tberfc to
fanv thev have whv the prayer of
pititioiiersshou!d notbe granted, otherwise it will be
taken pro. confesso and heard exparte as to them.,.
Witn,. John McLauriu Here of said Court, at
office inlFayetteville, the first Monday of Septem
ber, iSi'2, aiid of American Independence 'ihe
Oct. 22i 1312. ''. 191-652 62
. f&r lYhiggtry
lakins: passage by
Steam, for the head JTJ
toaiers of S Jl L 1. ju.
United States District C?ourt
Ioluihfe 4. Number 191
RRtl.t .T A N't rf LOTTERIES
; ; : foh yoVfeitiBER. -r ;
! v-i : ii i. Ciregotiy A Co. aianagcr
CAPITAL 40,000 dollars.
yitLGttA LEESIWRG : LOTTEUT.
Gldsa Pif(jt 842. :
Td be drawn at Alexandria, Virginia j on Saturday,
the istn ol iXoverxf&erj 1842
prize of ' ?; ' ' 540,000
,V...f -,. t " " .
Tickets $10 Halves $5 QUarler $2 50.
Crrtiflcate of a package bf 26 wholes 120 00
26 naive . CO 00
" 26 quarter ! 3 00
$30,OuO-20O prizes bf $SqO!
amounting to 1 00,000.
UNION LOTTERY -CIa$3
Ifoi 14, Ibr 1842.
To bb drawn at Alexandriai Virirlnla. on Salurdar.
13th day of Novcn-ber, 1.84.
prize of - 30,000
I dd " 1 10,000
1 dci ... 6,000
1 tJo " 3,000
1 . tld 2,287
1 dd 2,000
1 tin : i,$00
1 dd 1,800
i rid j.700
1 ild , 1,600
2 do j 100
3 di . 1,300
5 tfo , 1,250
200 dd I 600
Wholes SlOHniVea 5 Quarters $2 50.
Certificate bf a package of 25 wholes - $130 00
" . " 5 balVe . 1 65 OO
. " Si qua iters 3 50
3 prises tif 25,C(30 rtmoUotiag to $75,0Q0.
VIRG1 Nl A LEESBUUtl LOTTERY,
Ttf Be rfrawtt at A UWi Vr iniaVt Stun1j,
GRAND PRIZES j
1 prire of , i $23,000
1 prize or t p 25,000
, 1 prize tit 25,000.
3 p iies of 32o,0rj0 lire $75,000.
50 drives of $1,00050 ol $300 50 of
$250 130 of $200.
Certiorates bf packages of 26 wholes S'3 00
Do j dd fSB halves 5 00
Dtt. Wo of S6 quarters 3S 50
iEU" All .mlert Irwm a distance wit I receive the
ttiost prompt atientior, and as soon as each drawing
is over an accourlt of it will be sent to all tt'hn order
from wsi . . " , ;'
Address J. 'G. GaGORV & CO.
Manager, Washington City, D. C. .
Oct. 24, 1842. .,
THE Subscribers ire How recElvinj by the late
arrivals Iron) the North, their.
Of rrlerchandize, embracing nearly, every article
usually kept in storest As usual the stock is heavy,
and we invite country merrihataU and our friends at
large to call arid ice us. We sell on tims to punc
tual customers; .
1 1 ' Foot of ilsyroottnt. i
FaytlleVille Oct. 29, 1842. : I92-y. l
TWO VALUABLE PLANTATIONS
TTTI EING desirous of removing to the West, I
JLLPofr-r for sale all my real estate, consisting of
two valuable PlariaHbris situated about SO miles
frdm Fayetteville on lbs Favelievilla and Salem
road. a.d about 10 miles from Cart ha "P. Tbe tract
on which 1 reid cOotatna aSout 1000 acres, about
30 of whith are cleared and n awjh state of cuIU-
vation well adapted to the cuUura ol cotton, corn,
wheat, &c." Tbe buildings are extensive, lately re
paired arid very comfortable. : On this plantation
i also a fine Cotton Gin.' : . ; . j
The other plantation is adjoining' and embraces
about 1200 acres, about 2K) of which are cleared
trood buildings valuable Grist Mill. .
Both sitttatiotis ttre Wealthy snd have a plentiful
j-iipply of good water. . Terms will he liberal. Per
sons f-on 1 10 low country would do well to ex
amine this property as it combines health with fertd
Ity. , - ' '
Get. 29j 1842-192 - -
THE Siibscriber will five the above reward for
the apprehension and confinement in Jail of
a certain irian who Calls himself JOHN CAMP
BELL. He was discovered a few days since in tbe
upper part of Robeson county, making bis escape
with a negro woman belonging to Mrs. Campbell,
Of Marion District, S. C, The said Campbell is
about 35 or 40 years of aje, light hair, about half of
it grev ; his neck .has some appearance of being
marked wilh small, pox, and his chia has hollow
in it. 11 has rather an impediment in his" speo. h.
and walks with his body a litlle inc'med forward.
He had on a white hat with a broad brim, black
wans homespun ccat-and pantaloons, JeaWe fine.
"It is supposed that his trae name i OayM Camp
bell. He was last seen at the houe of Mr Mar.
dock Campbell, in the coontv 'nJ;
Candm all probability hew atiH lorkros about
the said C.mpbt1I qi?0RGE J. BETHEA.
' : Marion DiaUict; S. C, Ocl- M 7, 1 1 841.-192-3ra
Oct. 8. 1842- -189-Ct.
Oct. 2i 1842. :
1 83 6t. pr. adv. .$5 5
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