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W JiV II. BAYNE, Proprietor.
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, lfJ42.
Voliime 4. Number 194
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ria nf J nli Work I
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Smaller sizes in proportion.
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And for every additional quire,undcr 5, 1
Exoeedinjr 5 quires.-
C.l R.CT7L A. RS. INVITATION TlCKtTS, aiu!
all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING, executed
cheap for CASH.
THE FOLLOWING
BLANKS'.
Kept constantly on hand
AND FOR SALE AT THE
CAROLINIAN OITICE :
CHECKS, on Bank of the State, and Cape
Fear Hank.
PROSECUTION BONDS, Supr.Ct.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
VE.VDl EXPO., constables levy
COMMISSIONS totakedepositionsinequi
tv, and Supr. court
APPEARANCE BONDS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
CA. SA. Sunr. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for Affray, and Assault
and Battery, Co. and Sup. Ct.
CERTIFIC ATES, Clk. Co. Ct.
JURY TICKETS
ORDERS to overseers of Roads
BASTARDY BONDS
TAX RECEIPTS
WITNESS TICKETS " '-. I
EJECTMENTS
PATROL NOTICES
LET TERS of ADMINISTRATION Bonds
Deeds, common,
Sheriff's Deeds,
Constables Ca. Sa. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Appeal Bonds,
Equity Subpoenas,
Superior Court Fi. Fn.
County Court Sci. Fa, to re
vive judgment.
County Court Subpffinas,
Superior Court Warrants,
Bonds Coir Col'rd. Apprentices,
Gardner and. McKetlian,
CARRIAGE MAKERS.
M AVE now on hand, and for Sale at very Re
duced Prices,
4 Carriages,
6 Barouches,
4 Buggies, "
5 Buggy. Gig, ? ' 'j
'4 ouiKies, t
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.
PersoiR wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine their work, as Ibev feel confident thev
can make their work as well, and sell it as low as
it can be had from any tegular .Northern kstabhsh
ment. All work made and sold by them is warranted 12
months, and will he repaired without charge, il
they lail by bad workmanship or materials.
Repairing neatly executed at short notice, and on
reasonable terms.
Orders thankfully received, and promptly attend
r.d to.
FayetteviHc, September 1C, 1343. 56-tf.
NOTICE.
WOULD resperf fully in
form his fricn's and
the Public generally, that he
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
WARE MANUFAC
TORY, at his old Stand,
' on Gillespie street, a few
floors South of the Market House.
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
tended to.
October 2. I?4I. 13G-6m.
ENTERTxlINMENT.
LOOK AT TIIIS.
MY HOUSE lias been thoroughly repaired. I
will ke p Entertainment at very reduced pri
ces, and be glad to welcome me return ol :ny mends
nJ customers. Call and sec.
E. SMITH.
Fayetteville, October 13, S4I. 133-tl
M House is on the corner nf Gillespie and Mum-
ford Streets, convenient to the Maiket, and near the
State Bank. E. S.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
x- T'lIfKVIlT RITi EIvS.
for sale rtl tie Post Office al Lzmherlon by
JOHN N DORK, Jisenl, c,
Tlicsb Medicines are iifdrbted for their name to
their manifest and sensible action in purifying
tin springs and channels oflif-.and enduing them
with renewed tone and viaor. In many hundred
certified cases which have been made public, and in
:il.no-t cverv species ofdiseBse to which the human
e o lisitln. lite hannv eiTects o( MOFFAT'S
LIFE PtLLS AND FHCEMX BITTERS have
hce:i TraiCI'u.ly an. I ptib!iclV acknowledged by th
hnm filled, and wild were previous
ly nnacquaidted With the beaut. fully philosophica
princi.'lt!" upon
which they are compounded, and
TAKEN up and committed 1
the Jail of Cumberland County,
on Monday the 17th inst., a negro
slave who says his name is Samp
son, and sa vs he belongs to Cbrisr
tian Brinkly of Salisbury, Rowan
county, N. C. Said negro is
supposed to be between 45 and
50 years of age, dark complejion
iliif-fc lino inMlii slow when SDoken to. 5 feet 9
inches hiah, hair a getting gray in spots and had on
when taken up mixed dress coat, white woollen
vest and pantaloons, black wool hat stitched down,
shoes. "Toe owner is hereby notified to come lor
ward prve property, pay charges and "take him
WIIT4ir he will be dealt with according to Law. .
rJt w T r r I A Iff T:l.
REMOVAL.
The su!srriberhas remov
ed from the stand reeently
occupied by him on Hay
street, wert of the Lafay-
ett; Hotel, to the fire-proof
building, 1 door below
the store of Messrs II.
A I'. J. I-illj, where he
will be happy to nii ou
his friends who have here
tolbrc favored him with
their custom, and the pub
lit generally who may feel
disposed to patronise him ; trusting by strict atten
tinn to business, with a desire to please, to receive
a liberal snare ol support.
liis charges, as hcrerolore w.ll be moderate, to
suit the times ; and all work entrusted to his care
will he warranted, as to fit and workmanship : and
being regularly in the receipt of the reports of the
r-ashions, Irorn the north, his style will be as gooc
as that of any northern city.
Persons who wish to have their clothes made at
home, can have them cut as carrtully as if he were
lo mane ineni m nisei r.
HENRY BAKER,
Jia street, 8 doors east of Ijofiyelte Hotel.
Aug. 20, 181-2-6 mo.
A few articles of ready made elolliing on hand.
I. : . . l iIibu Aiiafmipnllv Zlf-f-
pi. r IFF. MEDICINES recommend themSelv-c
in dis-aes of every form and description. Thei
first operation is to loosen from the coats of the sto
n.t hnwels the various impurities andcrudi
ientlir settling around them ; and toremove
. Ir.r.lnr.,-i! fieeea which collect in the convolu
f the smallest intestines. Other medicines
only partially cleanse these, and leaVe such collect
hpl.i.irlns to orodiice liabitual costive
naa ivir i nil its train of evils, ofr sudden diarrhoea
with its imminent dangers. This fact is well known
t nil regular anatomists, who examine the human
bowels after death ; and hence the prejudice of those
well informed men asainst quack medicine or meu
rlint nersons. The secoud effect of the Life Med
icines Is lo cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, nnd
by this moan, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which entirely depends upon the regularity
f the nrinarv orans. The blood, which takes its
red color from theagencyof the liver and the lungs
before ft passes into the heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from a clean
stomach, courses freely through the veins, renews
every part ol the system, and triumphantly mounts
the banner of health in the blooming check.
MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICINES have been
thoroughly tested, anJ pronounced a sovereign rem
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitalion of
Heart, Loss of "Appetite, Heart-burn and Head ath,
Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhoea, Cholera, Fever
of ah kinds, Rheumatism. Gout, Dropsies of all
kinds. Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Scurvs, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore, Scofbtltic Eruption
and Bad 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; J n Fever and Ague, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that in the Fever and Ague districts, Phy
sicians almost universally prescribe them.
" CLOVER SEED
For Sale by - GEO. McNEtLL.
MISS BINGHAM'S
School was resumed
on the 3d of October.
Oct.8, 1342- -189-Ct.
NEW DRY GOODS.
WILLIAM Mcl-NT YRE oilers for sale Beav
er, Pilot & Bear skin cloths, Cassimeres,
Sattinnrtts, Kentucky Jeans, Glasgow Jeans, Flan
nels, Rose & Striped B'ankets, English & French
Morocco, Bombazines, Cha II ies, Ginghams, Calli
coes, Jaconet Muslin, Bishop Lawns, Swis 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 oilier fancy buttons.
Hardware & Cutlery
KniveS St Forks, Table & Tea Spoon, pricket and
Pen knivfey. Scissors and Shnres, carpenters Locks,
Pad and Stock Locks, Spades, Shovels, weeding
Hoes, Trace Chains, Collins' Axes, Whittemore
Cards. Boots, Shoes, Hals and Bonnets.
GROCERIES.
Sugar, Coffee. Tea, Crockery and Glass Ware,
PowdCr, Shot, Bar Lead, Window UluSs, While
Lead. &c.
Sept. 24, 1842. tS7-4m.
. J MX W IjtUUW
Uncommonly Cheap. -
J. & J. KYLE
HAVE just received by the late
arrivals from the North, a large
and general 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
I lain ditto, some very superior dress Shawls and
Capes, newest style London Stw Bonnets, com
mon ditto, Calicoes, checked Mui-lin, 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 many
other articles, forming the largest assortment in this
State, all of which are offered at reduced pi ices for
Cash, or to punctual customers on time.
July 2, 184-2.-l75-lf
JL7AJVOS FOR
A LOT of land containing 50J acres, 2 or 3 of
im. wtich are cleared. A tiouse and well in I be
yard. About 1! miles below Daniel McNeill's
bridge, Hockfish, on the Lumberton road.
ALSO 26 acres of land on Buckhead Creek
adjoining the Cotton Factory lands on Little Rock
fish, part overflowed by the pond of said Factory.
ALSO a halfacrcLot on NorthStrect, west side,
with a dwelling Ho ise, known as the Kcrven Lot
For information and terms applv to
AMOS KIMBALL.
June i8, 1842. 173-tf.
PLANTER'S HOTEL,
FOOT OF UAYMOUHT,
Faytllrtrllle, iV. C
fill HE subscriber having opened that large and
JL Commodious House on IJay Street, known ns
the PLANTER'S HOTEL, is now prepared to ac
commodate Boarders and Traveller., upon moderate
terms. She trusts that strict attention and her i nti-
mate acquaintance with the business, will ensure a
liberal nortion of the oatrooajre of the public the
table wilt be lurni-hcd with Hie best tbe Market at-fbrrfs,-and
the stabfes with careful and attentive On-
lers.
ANN EROWiN.
November ' 3, IS 11. 142-y.
Has just received his Fall and Winter ttotk ol
Dry Ciootls, Groceries. &c,
( Pronounced to be the most tasletul assortment of
Goods in the market) embracing a large and gene
ral selection, suitable for town and country trade,
consisting nf fine cloths, cassimeres, sattinclts,
Kentucky janes, flannels, blankets, nesro cloths,
calicoes, inarinos, niousliu djrLaines, dial leys, fash
ionable silks, fine Florence and straw bonnets, hats
and caps of fur, seal skin, glazed, &c. Hardware
and cutlery, fine crockery, fine double bam I guns,
irrn and Steel, nails cut and wriiuhf, 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 good and grocery store. Call
and examine thestbek. Piices low, ns Usual.
Fayetteville, September 24, 1842. 187-tf
The subscriber would inform his triends, and the
public generally, that he is now receiving from the
noith, Ivs FALL & WINTER stock, consisting of
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Cotton bagging, Bale rope, iron, nails, hollow are,
trace chains, weeding hoes, Collins' and Simmon.,'
axes, co:ton and wool cards. Hats, Caps, Boots and
Shoes. UKLiUfc.Ulf.S.
Best loaf anl brown susar, coffee and tea, pbw
der and shot. Indigo, riladdr r, Spanish brown, epjotn
anu glauDer salts, crKery ware, etc., &.C.
A larse and general assortment, of Candles, kept
constantly on namt, at wnoiesale.anu retail.
Being determined to ilvote all necessary atten
tion to the MOULDING of his Candles, and hav
ing spared no pains to improve their quality and
appearance, lis hopes Id receive a due share of p.i
tronaee. WM. McL. McKAY.
Fayetteville Oct. 14, 1842,.- 190-tf
S TAnriAeeaa T-MM3
it trjAn Ji3-v rri n i
r r-i., ",aZ in gravis county, on the waters
marhl klPreek- The'e S""d, and a bargain
ftwt-1. ,Mtno owner has no intent inn of set
toe r,Bo!d ,ow or cahi or bartered for Cot
eh?t2ir lo,,r or Baconi "t market prices, or ex
rfSvfn ProPerVT e neighborhood of Fay-
-Lfurt,,er Pr'iclars enquire at this office.
NOTTflK
aVJIG taken letters ot admir.i stratioD from
UM nnrt nf PUa an.l O Hd-.u- c ; r
Til eLoli, decM, and bavmz obtained an
-7m wnr wr intui whim , the BJ-
owMg t0PertT longing to said estate, viz: S-x
liktly join; NEGROES,two of whom are first rate
w:.on-nakerB, house carpenters, and painters. The
others S'e two young men and two girls, of the age
of 140115 years, all under good character. Two
B4rW,ef,i ncat'y finished, and 2 SulUeys. C road
wicnis, new and warranted ffood. Terms of sale
tilth' ahov described property. Cash.
A!o, the tollowing property will be sold on a
kso able credit, viz: 3 new and first rate sets of
bfcckmith tools, a great variety ol wagon makers'
tlj, carpenters' tools, implements for painting.
terming tools, one cotton gin, 7 head of horses,
nes, large and well broken, 100 head of hoes,
olhe best breeds in North arolina, a number
os and sheep, and Household and Kitchen
Ffcrn ure.
f ALSO
EttO acres of LAND on ihe Dry Fork, and 500
oil te White Oak reck, both tracts improved
Slc9 take place at my residence to commence at
! clock.
tSct. 3, 1842. 184-ts.
ITtB. All nersons bavins claims asainst the Es
tBef Alex'r McDu?ald, dee'd, will please present
IBn within the time prescribed by Law, or this
fit will be plead in bar of their recovery
POSTPOJYEJIIEJVT.
gle above sale teas to have taken place on
Me 0th of October, but has been postponed
tKte oum oj jiovcmucr,
tlESu
to his
United States district Court off BRllt,IANl LOTlPERIES
HATS & CAPS.
THE SUBSCRIBER returning his
thanks to his friends for their veiy liberal patron
age, would inform them that he lias just received
fro n the North a large assortment or HATS AND
C APS of the latest London and Paris fashions, ti
wit : Fancy Turbans for children, cloth glazed Scal
ene, Fur-seal, otter sal, muskraf, and hair caps,
for men and boys. He also continues to manufac
ture all kinds of Hats; including Chapcaus and
other military caps.
To Country Hatters
tie would say that he has a general assortment
of Hat Materials, which he will sell low lor cash,
and invites them to call.
DAVID GEE.
Oct.8, 1843. 18&y.
BUTTER.
5J(D FIRKINS prime Mountain Butter.
2000 pounds BUCK-WtlEAT FLOUR.
GEO. McNEILL.
Oct. 22, 1842.
b.-ciiber is now receiving, in addition
former Stock, a rcncral assortment of
ilS anil UU.MMUPI
CROCKERY.
Ucinz a variety of the latest French and En-
lipatterns, viz:
'cacts of plain and raised fi cured China, and
hi, blue.and green uranite, DiunerSets of white
,(ue figured Oranite, Plates, white blue, ereen
: --1- I - i , "
t, piiiK, auu sprigea; uuio wnue, oiuc, green,
i, pink, and "lass Ci.ffec Sets: Pickles, white.
dirigged; Bakers, white, blue, brown, rcen
Adnk: Soup Tureens, white and b'ue Granite-
s, wn;te, niue, Drown nnd sprigged;
blue, brown, green, pink, and spriff-
ec and tea, raised figured China;
usara, and Crenma, every variety:
and Basins: Chamber; Mii"9. white, blue.
rVVand pink; TwifHin, blue edged; Manias,
mij iincr, rTitfo; Teas.' painted and fi-rured;
Tftmblers, painted; Mugs, ditto; Glass Tumblers,
Cue nd common quality; Do. Molasses Jug; Do.
Sallcc lars; Do. Nappieis.
Also, a large assortment of
.
Itrv i ureen
llnu, M'hite,
lee; ups, cuti
T-arots, si
9.
c(- j Set Fx vs. Lands
SaniCi
SahiCi
State of North Carolina Moore County.
Cour of Picas and Quarter Sessions
JIugiisl Term, 1842.
Alex. C. Curry, 1
VS.
Fedrick, Rollins, ad'm.
John G tinier, deceased
Alexander Kelly,
vs.
Same.
John Iluskc &. Son,
vs.
Same,
John Baker,
vs. Same.
Same.
Henderson Jiidd,
vs. Same.
Same,
John McFarland,
vs Same.
Same.
IT appearing to thn satisfaction of the Court, that
Thomas Calvin Giinter, William Atlas Gun tor,
John Castlebury Guntcr, Cornelius Sulli vant and
wHo 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 llijai publicatiiyi he made' For six successive
weeks tt the Notth Carolinian, notifying the said
heirs at Law, to appear at the next term of the
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the County
aforesaid, to be held at the Court House in Car
thage, on l he third Monday of November next, and
shew cause if any they have, why the lands which
desended to the heirs at Law if John Gunter
deceased, shall not be sold to satisfy the several
claims of the plant ifls according to law.
Witnesi, Alex. C.Curry, clerk of our said Court
at office the third Monday of Auzust, A. D. 1842
A. C. CURRY, Clerk.
Oct. 1st. 133 6t.--pr. adv. f 5 2o
Hardware, Cutlery, Medicines, &c.
Susars, loatj lump, and brown; Cofloe. Rio Lagut--i
nni Java; Alolasses; Salt; Iron; Nails; Steel;
Collins' Axes; Steelyards; Table and Tea tioons;
TabkCutlcry, fine and common; Gun locks, 20
dozen; Shovels; Spades- Brooms; Bucket'; Bellows-Anvils;
Vices; Waggon Boxes: Trace and
Hilt'cr Chains; 8 by 10, and 10 12 W indow Glass;
Putty; White Lead; Scotch and Maccoboy Snuff,
in bottles nhd bladders; Tow and Jute Bale Rope;
Toiv and Hemp Cotton Bagging, 40 to 44 inch's;
Balin"T:1c; Sole Leather; Powder, Shot, and
Lead; Ilot'bw-Ware; 125 reams large arid small
Wrapping P"rcr; Table Salt, in bose; Starchy Pep
per, Spice and Ginger; Principe, Cigars (Steamboat
brand;) Bed Cords; Cotton and Wool Card; Col
fee Wills; Spirits Turpentine; Opodeldoc; Bate
nisui's Drops ; British Oil; Godfrey's Cordial; Cay
enne Pepper; Brimstone; Epsom Salt; Aliiin; Salt-pttic-Lampb'ack;
Copal Varnish;'Copperas- Salcfa-tus-Spanish
Bro'n; Annait; Indigo; Madder; Black-in-
Mustard; Nutmegs; Cinnamon; Camphor,
Castile Almond, nnd eommon Bar Soap.
DRY GOODS
1 7 tjses gentlemen's fine & common Fur arid Silk
Huts Men's and Boys' Eur, Cloth, Sealskin & Selette
Cap; 10 cases Men's thick Broans and Russi t;
Wnlow, Amazon, Silk and Straw . Bonnets; blue,
''lack, ad steel-niixed C'Bths; Cassimeres, and
Sattini-'f; Kentucky Jeans; Mus!in-dc-Lains; Or
leans Cloth; C'rcastoans; Calicoes; Cambrics; blaek
and blue Silks; Satin Taglionis; Flannels; Buffa
lo and Pilot Cloths; Bed Ticking; Shirttnss and
Sheetings; Cotton Umbrellas; Negro Blankets;
Cotton add Pla Id Shawls; metal, horn, and lasting
Button."; Ball and spool Co'ton thread.
A II of vhich will be sold low for Cash, Country
Prodi-ce.'or on t me to prompt customers.
i J. D. WILLIAMS.
Dcubyr 5, 184-j. i89-5t .
JApIES DODDv
H.VSkEMOVED to the tbmer Recently
occupied by Isaac Dodd, where ho is now
opsins a splendid assortment of
V (jOODS: Superior broad cloths, various
; Cassimeres, veslings, Kentucky jeans, Eng.
i. Silks. li(ifnha7.inf'K. hllc .llk velvet. K;itini
lirovvn Holland, Silesia, merino fhirls, bull easbme
rrtte tnouslin doLaine shawls; Thih t, and other
slia Is ; Diaper, black and brown drill, bhirtings;
j-h-afin, Ginghams, Flannplsj &c, embracing
fery thing ,iSUOly kept in a dry ;ood store.
STOCKS, COLLARS and fiOSOMS, a variety
HATS AND CAPS; a variety of fine STRAW
anJ other BONNETS, for ladies and misses.
100U PAIR BOOTS AND SHOES, besides
iiilis and misies Shoes.
GROCERIES. &c: Suirar. Java CofiV, Tea
Spirits bl various kinds, Cheese, Tobacco, Powder
& Shot, fine double bar rell Guns, Cotton haggiwr,
sperm candles, bale rope, and all articles in the
jrncerv business.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY, &c, Spadns,
Shovels, knives and fnrtta kptttfe fi vlntr nans fk.tr.
White ea( infoil, Collins' axes, best cigars, fine
hnneydtw chewing tobacco, iron. stcel, nails, trace
chains, fine otter, Coney, sealettc, and cloth caps,
pcri,u"Jinii caps, superior, &c. &C, lor sale by
A good many articles In the dry good and gro
cerj (--, unnecessary '6 be enumerated in an
advertisement, all of which Will be sold cheap for
casl' or country produce.
Oct. 15, isi-2. 190-tf.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
l1 i Two Story Frame House, near the Arse-
JL on, recently occupied bv Mrs. Watts.
North Carolina
IN BANKRUPTCY: w -
Notifce to shew cause asainst Petition of
Josiah Tyson, of Moore Cnuntr. Armrr. lor his
discharge and certificate as Banlriiptrat Wilming
ton, on Monday, th-j 19th day ef December next.
Isaac Jonesj of Moorenunty, Farmer, forhis dis
charge and certificate aa Bankrupt, at Wilmington,
on lvionuay. mo istti lav ol Urrrmber next.
Jethro Denson. of Moore Count v. Mechanic, for
his discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, st Wil
mington, on Monday, l be 19tn day ot December
next. - . .
Brinkley PliOljas. of Moore Conntv. FarUef. fhr
his discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wii-
iiiuiyiun, w Aioouay, tne. lath day ol December
next, -i .'.y. ; -
-fl-Jeeee.f'. Muse, of MoqnCminit.i'tnnrr. fof bU
on . on monnay, me I9t!i day ofUecember next.
Amos Bridges, of Moore County, Farmer, for his
discharge and certificate as Bankrupt, at Wihning
on, on Monday, the 19lh day of December next.
James Riddle, of M oore County, Mechanic, for his
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 Mrndav, the 19lh day of December next." ,
Publication ordered.
II. POTTER, D. J. U. S. .V. C
Fayettcvill", September 1 4. 1842. 182-9.
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE and CUTLERY.
I HAVE just received per SteamerHenrielta, the
following articles:
10 hhds Brown Suar, COO lbs. Loaf and Lump
Sugar, 50 bags Rio Coff-c, 5 bass Java Coffee, 5
hhds. Molasses, 6;i kcrs Nails, 8jdns English nnd
Swedish Iron, 500 lbs. Bar Lead, 40 bags Buck and
Drop Shot, 15 kegs Dupdnt's Powder, 30 pairs
bright Trace Chains, G doz. No 10 Cotton Cards
VVhitamore's best; Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Coppe
ras, SalerattM, Indigo, Madder, Sntiff in Bladders
and Bottles, Soap, Brimstone, Camphor; Nutmegs,
Castor Oil, Salts, Opodeldoc, Ink, Blacking Brushes
long and short handle S bote Is, Spades, Case
Knives, Pocket Knives, Blacksmith's Tools, &c.
IIjSO
DRY GOODS, Crockery. Hollow Ware, and an
assortment of HATS and SHOES. All ot which
will be sold low for Cash of Country Produce.
D. McLAURIN.
Sept. 30, isn. -
State of North Carolina Moore couuty..
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session's 2it-
gusl Term, 184 2.
Matilda Gunter 1
vs. Pet ition fur dower.
llVira nf John Onnlnr
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court ttiat
Thomas Cavtrt Gunter, William Atlas Gunter,
John Castlebury Giinter. Cornetlitis SuMvant and
wife Mary, Isaac Gunter; Daniel W. Kelly and
wife Nancy, James Wammack and wifo Sarah T
arc not . residents ot this State; ton motion, it is or
dered tliat puhlicai ion be made fur six suctoeasive
fecks la the Nwia CAnliniaa. Uoliiv ion tbe aad
Heirs at La W, to appear at the nest teHn of the
Court of Pleas and Q.uarter Sessions fbr the county
aloreinl, to bo i held at the Court Mouse in Car
thage, on the 2d Mnbdsy of November .next, and
answer lb said petition, otherwise, it will be beard
expartc and Decree granted accordingly.
Witness Alexander C. Curry, Ch?ik ofoiir said
Court at Office, the 3d Monday "in Aosust. A. D
1842. A. C.CURRY, Clerk.
iss-c.
FOH "NOVfcfoBEK.
(i. Gregory
Se Co. Manageraj
CAPITAL 40,000 dollars.
- Fifteen ahiikii baRot, '
VIRGINIA LEESBTJRG LOTTERT,
Glass Pj tat 1844. : " .
Tb be drawn at Alexandria, Vlrgima; on Saturday,
theiath of Novemberj -
fiRlLLlANT SCHEME,
prize of . ' 40,000
,'". 10,000
i
10
10
10
15
400
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
drt
d.t
do
do
NEW DRUG ESTABLISHMENT.
JS ear Liberty Point , Person Street;
FJ1YETTEVI LLE, JV. C.
mirfc
rnitlii. subscriber liavmir opened a eeneral as
JL sor.ment of DRUG Si MEDICINES. &c
&c-, nearly opposite the Bank bfCape Ffear, in this
place, solicits the patronage of Country Merchants,
Physiciatis, ahd others. He trusts that he will be
prepared to furnish almost any article usually lo be
tnund in establishments ot this knlU, a lid on very
reasonable terms. .
The Subscriber has also on hand a large assort
ment of Patent Medicines; among which are Dyott's
family jYledicmes, and Vicker'sand 1 hompson s
Medicines. JAMES A. McRAE.
Oct. 20, :842. 19t-tf.
$50 REWARD,
Stolen froui the Subscriber
in the Conntv of S-impSon, a few
days since, a riero cirl aged about
16 years, narked Maiinda. Suid
girl is of a dark1 yellow complexion;
is about 5 feet high, and her upper
fore teth are decayed. I will give
the above reward lor the delivery
of said pegro to m- in the county
of Sampson, ir Will gfve one hiitiilrr d dollars fur hor
delivery and proof sufficient to convibt the thit f.
haul nei'ro girl w;ts raised ry canaries dicrcns,
E.-o , from whom I procured her J "
JOHN BASS.
Oct. 32, 1S42. ' 191 4 pJ-
1,900
1,800
1,700
,1,600
1,000
00
300
200
. 150
rickets $10 Halves $5 Quarters $2 $0.
Certificate of a package bf S6 wholes f 130 00
26 halves 00 00
" M 96 quarters Su CO
$30,0OOj-20O prizes bf $B00!
amounting to $100,000.
UNION LOTTERY
Class No; 14, Pot 1842.
To hb drawn-nt Alexandria, Virginia, on Saturday,
j-jin oav oi J. oven. per, IB42.
GRAND CAPITALS;
prize of $30,000
I tlrt 10,000
1 do . 6,000
1 do 3,000
1 Ufl 2,287
1 dd 2,000
1 Htt l.lrOO
1 dd - 1,800
i dd i,roo
1 dd 1,600
2 do 1,600
3 do . 1,300
5 dd 1,260
200 dd 500
Quarters $2 50.
SI 30 00
1 65 00
"35 quarter 33 50
3 prir.es of $25,CdO Amotloting to $76,000.
VIRGINIA LECSBUBCj LOTTERY,
Cta(l, for '
Ti NS rfrawM mi A UMmn Jrii; Vn-rlnia.' on Saturdar.
II nh.U J HI I J W
ine znn amj ot ivovcaaDeri IB-t.
GRAND PRIZES;
1 prize of 826,000
1 prize or 36,000
1 prize of 25,000
3 prites of $2o,0(j0 are $75,000.
$7,000--S5,000 $2,227
50 (iiiifces of $1,000 50 ot $300 50 of
$250 130 bfS200.
Certificates of packages of 26 wholes )$l3o 00
in art hub halves 6$ 00
Do Ho 0136 quarters 33 50
IE?" Alt ..rder lr.m a distance will receive the
most prompt attentive, and as soon as each drawing
is over an account of it will be tent to all who order
from us;
Address J. G. GREGORY & CO.
Manager, Washington City, D. C.
Oct. 34, 1S44. -
NEW -firOOBS.
Wholes SlO llalVes $5-
Ccrtificate of a package of 35 wholes
" S3 halve
terms win be verv moderate.
Dodd, or at this Office
Apply . to
The
James
TEIE Subscribers arc How receiving by the late
arrivals trotn the North, their
F A Lli STOCK
Of merchandize, embracing nearly every article
usually kept in stores; As usual the stock is heavy,
and We invite country merchant" and our friends at
large to call and ice 6s. We sell on time to punc
tual customers:
J. C.&G. B. AT"KJNS.
Foot of HaymoonT.
FaytlteVilleiOct. 39, 1842. 19S-y.
State of N. CaroliuaCumberlaiia count y.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
September Term, 1842.
William Blanks & wife & others, "
Vcn-Us, Petition for
James Martin-, ad'm. of Sarah ". rale of slaves &
Holmes the Representatives of distribution.
Thomas N. Holmes dec, & others J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Couft that
the representatives ol Thomas IS. Holmes deceased,
reside bevond the iimits of this State, it is there
fore ordered that pub'ication ho made for six suc
cessive weeks, notifyina the said non-rosidents per
sonally to appear hi lore our said Coilrt ol Pleas and
duarter Sessions to he held for I he county of Cum
berland at the. Court House in Fayetteville on tlie
first Monday in December next, then and thereto
shew cause' if any they have why the prayer of
petitioners should notbe granted, otherwise it wdl be
taken pro. eonfesso and heard expar'e as to them..
Witness John McLauria clerk of ssid Court, at
office in Fayetteville, the fir, t Monday of Septem
ber, 13 12, aiid of American Independence the
67lh year.
Oct. 32, 18U-
JOHN McLAURIN.
I9l-6t Si 62
IVkiggei-y
taking passage by
Steam, for the head
waters of S A I' T
RIPER. (t5
TWO VALUAfltE PLANTATIONS
For Sale,!
BEING desirous of retnoVing to the West, I
off-r for sale all my real estate, consisting of
two valuable Plauaiibhs situated about 30 miles
frdm Fayettevillelon the Fayetteville and Salem
road, a.id abnut luJmlles from Curt base. The tract
on wlncb t reside cbotalna aHout IOOO aeroa, about
3M0 of which ate cleared and in a high lateorculti
vaiion well adapted to the culture ot cotton, corn.
w heat, &c.' Tbe buildings are extensive, lately re
paired and very comfortable. On this plantation
is also a fine Cotlon Gin.
The other plantation is adjoining and embraces
about I3'i0 acres, about 3)0 of which are cleared
rjorxl buildings valuable Grist Mill. .
Both Mutations are 4uatthy and have a plentiful
.upply of good water. . Terms Will he liberal.. Per
sons "f-omtic low country would do well to ex
amine this property as it combines health with fertil
ity. DUGALD McDUGALD.
Get. 39, 1843-193
S50 liEWABD.
rTTIllE Subscriber will give the above reward for
JL the apprehension and confinement in Jail of
a certain man who calls himself JOHN CAMP
BELL. He was discovered a few days since in the
upper part of Robeson county, making his escape
trlth a negro woman belonging to Mra. Campbell,
Of Marion District, S. C Tbe said Campbell is
about 35 or 40 years of are, light hair, about half ot
it pre ; his neck has some appearance of being
marked with small pox, and his chin has a hollow
in it. He hs rather an impediment in his' speech,
and walks with his body a little inc'ined forward.
He had on a white bat with a broad brim, black
jeans homespun coat,and pantaloons, tolerable fine.
It is supposed that his tree name is fTfd Camp
bell. Ho was last seen at the house of Mr Alor
dock Campbell, in the county of Ciimberland,
C, and in all probability he is still lurking about
the said Campbell's. qjorGE J BETHEA.
' Marion District, S. C, Oct- IT, 1343. 19S-3ni
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