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'TERMS OPTHjS NORTH "CAtOfilNIAN" l "
Per annum, if paid in' advance, ; rv:.v0
' L - ri'liat he cud of i iiwulhat 3,
I ' ; : ' at Ihe end pf the yr y. 3 6q
rv - Uatet of Ai veftiin ? . '
JStJy eants p.r '.zrr fr 'lie Srsi, aivdthirty ccots
frti" flicTi s!ibequ'Mit insertion. " 'v- ,: :.
A Ivariisin hy the yv.ir wilt be charged accorling
" to th i quantity of matter -inserted- ,-V- ?n
G-iirt u f yertimnis, &c, 35 per nt higher. s"
-1 N-.Dt E?M-NI1T
-Against loss or, damage
Sllfn 1ITTT I T .VTo'llltlTfl-Vlrfif f 1
.Vflic Forr. " T'- .
Chr'nlian Zahr'ti'kie. 'Au'r'ui T. BosUon-k,
Andrew C. B -nedicf. 'Francis Std'uheil,
Frederick W. Favrp,; - fa nil ll.Clapp,
.Jercmi h J oh -i 3 on i"'-. ' Jh,i I-jjrctt,
John Skillman,- " Chas. O. IJandy,
; Svful. Willct, ' LnmuEl liiMjarc's n,
" - " Nicholas WyckofT.
" LEM V. RICH A R.DSON, Pfes't.
-' ''SOiiKir T. Uon;K, Sr-c'ry.
VASIII.aTON POST, Aif:rt, New York.
TETC VVil!iainH'nrj; t ire Insurance company,
havin" lioen incurporMted hy an act of lln; Lcgisla
lir-of the State of New York, for tli.s purposes
of Kire Insurance, the Directors oflbr to Insure their
Mlow-ciiizoin ihronhout tlioU r. ited States
Against Toss or Damage by Fire,
On 'Bnildinsf, Goods and M'-rch;inilise, and Pi r
Honil Property irenerally, assnrin tlicm that the
afTiirs ol the Company, shall !e conduct -d with
Hindi fairnei"?, candor and liberality as ! Irust
wi'l entitle it to public confidence ana patronage.
The S'tb-jcriber, Agent Cr the above Com
pany, will uive any further information that may
h desired bv tbosn vvlio wish to l'inre.
JAl !-;S M A 11 I I NK, A.M.t,
Feb. 3,1845. 3ll-tf
SALE 0F NEGROES.
PY virtne of a L)-cree ol lh- Court ot Pleas and
(Linarter Sessions of December Term, ;! 3 14, I will
expose for ale
Three Negro Slaves,
the prooorty of tin estate of Daniel MeKenzie,
di'c'd, for th ; pifjnse nf making a distribution
amo-i i th" next of kin of said dei'd.
Tli si'e will take place at the Court House in
Fa vtf'-ville on Monday the 3d day of March next.
A credit of six months will be jjvrn,the purchaser
giving B'nd and security hefoie Jh property will
he dohvered. WM. L.. McDlAUM I D,
Feb. I. 1344 311-13. Lommw'r,
Superior Court of Law Jt all i crmflS44.
Sarah Jane Allen vs. lluh Roy Allen,
retitio t for Divorce.
IN this case it was ordered by the Court that pnb-'
lieation he made in the North Carolinian for three
nionths for th defendant to appear at the next
frm or this Court, to he held at Lunherton on
th- 1th Monday of March next, and plead, or the
lraver of the petitioner will be Iieard exparte and
jn 'mnt rendered aeeordincly.
Vritnes, AbsTlom Davis, Jr , Clerk of our said
Corf at office the first Monday after the 4th
Monday in SeptomNor. A. O IS 11.
ABSALOM DAVIS, Jr., C. S. C.
Feb. 8, 1843. 31 I -3m.
o r c iLi ii J) a n.n ss.
10 Bushels Orchard Grass Seed, for salebv
Feb. I, 1845.
2t R irrels superior N. O. Molassrs (new crop.)
25 Hhds. Molasses. 1-or
Feb. I, 18-15.
TAKEN UP and committed
to t lif Jail of Cumber'a vl rnuotv,
N. C, on Sunday, the f.(h day
of January, 18 J5, a negro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that lp was sold in
Charleston to a man by the name
of Mclven7.!e,and was c arried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left bis master. Said negro was for
merly: the property of Bet ja min Gass of Camden,
S. C an 1 was takn from this pi. ice last February
hyMr G iss. Said negro is about. 5 feet 4 inches
high, d.trk 'o:npI -wioil, and about 45 or 50 years of
age. The owii'-r of said negro is hereby notified
to come forward, prove property, p? y charges, ami
lake him awav, or he will be dealt with aecorriinnr
to law. W. L. CALL A IS, Jailor.
Jan. 20, 1S45. 310-lf.
BAN A WAV from Mr James
McDuflie on tfie 7ih ot Decein
bcrhW, niy negro man A I! C HY,
lat ' the property nf A . Belie-,
die'd. He is about 5 feet 8 or 10
inches high, has a long, smooth,
black face, with full prominent
i'.cs, and is lame in one of his
legs. lie is supposed to be lurk-
ahout Fayetievdle, N. C. A reward of$IO
be paid for him if taken and lodged in any
in litis State, or 325 if taken and lodged in
in any other of the States, so t hat I can et
J.im again. J- M. STRONG.
Fayetteville, N. C'-,Feb. 22, IS45. 313-Iw.
ROBERT W. HARDIE,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
r.i i t: r r r. r, k, v.
MAVING located himself in Fayetteville, on
"Hay street, 3 doors from Mr Hale's Book
Store, will keep constantly on hand a general as
sortment of Books and Stationery. He invites the
public to call and examine his selections, whether
desirous of purchasing or not.
Being aBookbinder.and provided with acomplete
s?t of tools and apparatus, he is prepared to execute
all kinds of binding, from the pla-incst to the most
H-t solicits the patronage of his fellow citisensof
Fayetteville and the surrounding country.
Nov. 23, 1344. 26I-y.
00 lbs superior, just received.
Jan. 25. lt T TIIOS. J. MIMS.
Vi,;--T Tc .inr.lv nf J i f A N-KS J rjot I T !SK
Clrks, Sheriff's, and ConiBHrt,' prinlcrf.v.
'fiantr and .well executed.' . '.yV?"-
VttlHfbtei half.a'ftd quat
Spa mh C sit
-ter hoses ' -
1 A b?a tf i ful .lot of- fancy
iinn r i;icrts.
cl ortltatts, V tireSNBi
Mace and Cloves.
A Iso, a larjie lofol snpc
Cassia and Nutmegs.
Pepp'T and Allspice.
TV. B. CANDIES of a 3uperiroua!ity -lnanutac-
tured bv himself) are kept constantly on hand,
and made fresh to order at prices to suit the times,
viz : Retail price, 30 cents per lb., wholesale 25.
Fayetteville, N. C , Nov. 28, 1844. 3UI-tf.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
FIR subscribers, thankful for past favors, take
U this method to intorm tneir inenus ?nu uie
public that they have now on hand aud for sale, a
fiir ussoriment of hoasoruible Goods ; comprisini
in part as follows. Any or a!! of which they will
sell at the lowest market prices for Cash :
Rio, Cuba, and St. Domingo Coflee; Porto Rico,
N Orleans, and Loaf Sugar; Soap, Starch, Epsom
Salts, Camphor, Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Tea,
Salt, Sec. &.c.
Alnaceas. plain ai.i film red : Mouslin
a ines :
Broad Cloths: Sattinets: Kersvys; Calico ; totton
:ind silk ll.indkerchiefs ; wool and silk Shawls;
Apron Checks; Bed .Ticking; Flannels; Bonnets;
Band-box- s; Ribbons; Artificial?; Hats, Boots, and
Shoes, &c. &c.
English and Swedes Iron ; Lnbsh and American
Steel; Nails; pocket and table Cut lery; Hoes; trace
and halter Chains ; Padloeks; Drawing Knives;
table and lea Spoons, &c. &c.
A general assoriinent.
Now in store and for sale,
50 B igs Com e, . .
150 Sticks Salt,
4 Hhds. Sugar,
20 Hhds. Molasses,
20 Bbls. planting Potatoes,
2 Ions Swedes Iron, assorted,
JONES & fnNN"'
Dec. 21, IS 1 1.
IS hercbv given that the Franklin Library Institii'e
has transferred to the Fayetteville Library Institute
its entire Library, including all Books and pamph
lets in the hands of individual members, and per
sons not members. All persons having Books
brl.mginsr to the Franklin Library, are therefore
requested to del i ver them to t be proper officers of
the Fayetteville Library Institute.
JOHN C. L ATT A, Librarian
Franklin Lib. Ins.
All persons having Book s belongi n to the Fran
klin Library, are requester! to return thorn to me
immediately" Several valuable sets of Standard
broken, and as the missing volumes are
known to he in the possession ot ko rowers,
immediate return is required.
A. E. HALL, Librarian
Fayetteville. Lib. Ins
F(-h. 1. 1815. 310-lf.
Gardner & 2YEcIetiian,
HAVE lately made considerable improverrtent in
t heir st v It: of W or k , a nd have now on hand a G jIN
ERA L ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, SiC.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, wilt compare v ith any made m the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW lor Cash, or approved notes.
Having in our employ first rate Smi'hs, we are
prepared to do any Iron work in the above line on
We warrant ad our work to be of goo J and faith
ful woi km-i ruhip and ii.iIm pi!s, for one vea r.
ICTP' REPAIRING faithful y extent' d at short
notice, and n leasonabl" terms.
Fa vc'teville, Febmaiy 8, I S 55. y.
" FOR SALET-
6 doz. preen laz-d FLOWER POTS.
G " s.lazed PICKLE JARS with overs-
Feb. 6, 1844. 31 l-tf.
For sale by
Jan 4, 1845.
Forward ill sr and Commission
H 0 U S E.
HALX. & HA.X.I.
WOULD inform the met chants ol the interior
that they have in connection with the geii
eralgrocery business, added that of the Forward
ing; and having large and ; commodious Ware
houses on the bank of the River, are prepared to
receive and forward Goods upon such terms as will
defy all competition, eur charges and expenses be
ing one-third less on the freight bills 'than any other
house in the place.
All Goods shipped to G. W. Davis of Wilming
ton, for the interior, and not otherwise directed, will
be found in our possession.
Aug. 17, 1S44. " 274-lf.
HAS-just received jXreshif fip, X
of those gwds'uSuflyeh; J
line,' among whicji are;-
YZrijJJjZ. ISome Manufactures
r- lor rhi - J'q.k
I .- i
pMalely ior'iyhieh'a? i irprlce'r,;
March 9,841. , " 263-tf.
For the sale of Timber, Lumber,
and Naval Stores.
MAVING located myself in Wilmington for
the purpose of selling TI MBER, LUMBER,
TURPENTINE. TAR. &c.,l would- say to ther
public, that nothing shall be wanting on my part to
the giving of entire satisfaction. I take ibis op
port u :ii ty of acknowledging mv obligations to those
who have patronized mr, and hope to share a por
tion of the business ot the public 2r;leraWv.
Wilmington, N.C., March I G, 1344. 261-ly.
NEGOTIABLE NOTES, of all the various kinds
used, just'printed and for sale at this Office.
Jan 4, 'IS 15
GEO. McNElLL. .
CLAHK & McCALLUMi
HA VING removed their Tailorin g Establishment,
from their iate Shop to the building formerly oc-,
enpid by Win. L. Cofer, nearly opposite to the
LafayettoHoiel, on Hay street, respectfully inform
their friends ami customers, that, thev wiM continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable manner. They
return thfir thanks for the liberal sbare of business
the3' have received, and pledge themselves to merit
a continuance of it, by strict attention and skill.
Latest fashions regularly received from New York.
Dec 14, 1844. 203-tf.
WE have just received from New York and Phila
delphia a largr essortment of ,
Groceries, Hardware, CrockefyJ
&c, &c., '
whieh wo will sell at the lowest market price.
PETER. P. JOHNSON & CO. i
Oct. 14, 844. 295-3w..'i
' BAR SOAP.
THE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN
DRED ' BOXES OF BAR SOA P, manufac
tured at the "Fayetteville (N.C.) Can-Jle Factory,''
and warranted tqual if not superior to Colgate's
best No. 1. . - ;
Being determined to devote nil necessary atten
tion tothe business, and off ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pound by the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage.
Cf All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayetteville, May 24,844
now receiving and have
350 Bags Rio, Cuba, Java, ami St.DomingoCoffie,
111 Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar,
5u0 Sacks Liverpool Salt, :
50 Barrels do. ,
1 5u0 Bushels Alum Salt, .
100 Kegs Nails,
I 0 Tons Swedes and English li on, -500
Sides sole, upper, harness, skirling, and bri
75 B xcs 8 x 10 and 10 x 12 Glass, ' .
5 Pieces cotton Bagging, -..J
40 Coils Rope,
250 lbs. superior Indigo,
Pipe best French Brandy,
I do Swan Gin,
1 do Jamaica Rum, -I"
qr. Casks Wines, assorted,
3 Baskets Champaigm,
I O Cases Shoes, assorted,
1G do Hsts and Caps,
5 Barrels Tanner's Oil,
1 Doz. Currying Knives, at $3 50 each,
10 0 lbs Bar Lead,
50 Bags Shot,
25 Kegs Podcr,
lO i Pairs Trace Chains, - .
; Boxes Axes, a,
8 Sets Blacksmiths' Tools,
1 0 Bags Pepper. Spice, and Ginger,
I Chest of the very best Tea,
lO qr. do. fair quality, do.
Nutmegs, Cloves, Soap of various qualities, Cast
ings, Muscat Wine in boxes. Knives and Forks,
Pocket Knives, Pad Locks, &c., with many other
articles for sale by T. S. LUTTERLOH.
ALL Goods sent to my care will be taken care
of. And produce from fhe back country sold 6r
shipped as theowner may direct. T. S. L.
Sept. 16, 1844 289-tf.
NO T I C E .
TAKEN UP and commuted
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
en Saturday the 1 5th in sr., a ne
gro woman, who says her name
is SUSAN MITCHELL, aftd
claims to be free; but from her
contradictory statements, is sup
posed to be a runaway slave, and owned by John
Tilley, of Granville county, N. C, . Said woman is.
of a copper color, with good teeth, large hps, tolera
bly stout built, measuring in height 5 feet 4 inch .
and is about 18 or 20 years of age. The owner '4?'
saia negro- is requesteu io come lorwara, provl
property, and take her awayor she will he df
with as the law requires.
W.L. rALLAIS, Jailor.
Feb. 20, 1SJ5. 315-tf. - '
( NEW GROCERY!
FRUIT & CROCKER?
HE Subscriber has taken the Store on Hay
street dirce: ly opposite his old stand, where
he isnow receiving a
STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting in purl .of
Brown, - Havana, loal, crushed, and powdered Su
gars; Tea; Coffee; Pepper, Alldpic-; Ginger; Saie
ratus; Starch; Mackerel; Shad; Salmon;. Pickles;
Olives; Capers; butter, water, and-soda Cracker;
Cheese; Pepper Sauce; Camphor; Indigo; Cassia;
Nutmegs, Citron; Mace; Sweet and Castor Oil;
chewing and smoking Tobacco; Principe and Ha
vana Segars; Scotch, Maccoboy, . and Rapp?e
Snuff; Sperm Candles; Powder and Shot; Epsom
and table Salts. Lamp Oil; Blacking; Vinegar;
Madeira, Sherry, and sweet Malaga Wines ; Al
monds, Filberts, and M adeira Nuts; saltpetre; sul
phur; alum; Herrings; currant and Guava Jelly,
Prunes; Anchovy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
pickled Oysters ; cloves; Cayenne Pepper ; cur
rants; Mustard; Sugar House Molasses; and almost
everv article usually called fo in a Grocery Storet
.whieh he will sell as low as anv one itv the place,
for Cash, or on approved credit. ALSO,
Nov. 9th, 1 344. - . 298-y.
HAS "just received by the late arrivals bom t'ie
North, one hundred and tu enfy packages . .
And forty-two packages
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which, being purchased by the Package for
Cash, since the lale decline in pric?, will heoffered
uncommonly low for CASH, ort.ii t i me to punctual
Those wishing to purchase by wbolcsnle or re
tail will please call and examine, as greatbargains
may be expected.
NEW GOODS by cverv arrival.
Nov. 30, IS44. 30I-y.
3d of March next, at half
past 12 o'clock, will be sold.
al Ihe Market House, in
Fayetteville. the following properly: ISO acres
of LAND,on LittleCross Creek, about 3 rinh s from
Town, with a farm of 20 acrs under fence, on
which is a good DWELLING HOUSE, Kitchen,
Dairyr SmoKe House, aud other Out Houses, and
a good young On hard of l00 Trees, a first rate
Spring, ami a Well in the yard, with a substantial
Dam "and Mill Site.
37 O acres of L, A X O near Marsh's
I f -miles from Town, on the Wilmington St;iu,c
Road, a raw chance for Timber and Turpentine
Makers. This Land will be sold in two parcels if
176 acres of LAND not far
from the above, known as tho "Watery Brain h
Laud ,' Term-; Very Liberal, and made known
on the day of sal.
A. J. ERA M BERT.
V- K W WILLKINGS, Am!.'
Jan. 19, IS 15. 30S-tf.
MAUL & MA1LIL
WOULD inform the public tint they have
moved from their old stand to the store
Intel' occupied by M. -stirs C J & R M Orrell, and
known. as li.e Yellow Buildings. Having largely
iacreased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements in the way of trade,
that wul he to the interest of purchasers generally
to givl them a call. Their stock will consist in
pa rt of
.10 Tons Swedes and English Iron,
500 lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Steel,
500 Ps. Hollow Ware,
500 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 Bags Shot, assorted,
1 5 Kegs Powder,
""30Q lbs." Epsom Salts,
300 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs. Gopperas,
150 lbs Indigo,
I Cask Salaralus,
50 'sides sole Leather, -75
Bags Rio Coffee,
10 Hhds. Porfo Rico Sugar, -1000
Iba. single and double refined and Coffee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
iWagon Boxes, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
i i if-a
Vrds, Curry Corubf , i'ocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
Sies, Hadloek'a Syrup and Powders, Cassia,
Vmphor, Castor Oil, Paints, Puffy, Drugs, &c.&e.
Bept. 14, 1844. 2:0
i - :
W Z- JiM i ff ,T-r.. ,
THESE PILLS hate now become the domestic
medicine of almost every family.. They are con
sidered by all who have given them a trial, to he
the most pleasant, saffe and effectual medicine in
use they have the sanction and ajprova! oflhe
most eminent Physicians who have adopted them
in their practice, purchase them by the dozen boxes
of the agents, administer them to their patients, and
recommend them as being superior to any other
vegetable Piils before the public. They are not on
ly Vegetable in name, but in substance, and act as
a friendjto Nature in all her operations.. They may
be taken by persons ofany age ; and the feeble and
the infirm, the nervous and delicate are strengthen
ed by their operation ; because they possess tonic
and restorative properties independent of their
aperient effects.' A ml Females will find them to'
be decidedly the best uo-theiiie in use fir the com -plaint:;
peculiar to their sex. In sick-headache,
costi veness, and how- 1 -complaint, they stand un
rivalled. The habitualiy costive should not fail to
give them a trial, as their action is entirely different
from most medicines . recommended for . this com
plaint, and they leave the howtls in u Hue and
healthy state, as, may be seen by the following cer
The following i$ f, cm Air Isaac Jtf. Thom
as, JJcrclianl, at Talladega co-, JHa.
Talil'ega Springs, Taladega co.
August 17th, 1842.
This is to certify that I have been afflicted with
sick-heache, dyspepsia, liver-complaint and ens
tiveness for the last 8 or 9 years, during which
time I had taken, as well as I can recollect, about
GO boxes of Beck wit h's pills, 12 boxes of Peters'
pills, and a numb. r of boxes of Champion's and
Braudreth's pills, all of which aflbrded me but little
or no relief. At last I was recommended to try Dr
Spencers Vegetable Pills, and well 1 dd, for I
nevei had but one attack of the sick-heaeache after
I commenced taking the Pills, (now about 6 months)
and 1 candidly confess, that I have derived more
real benefits from the use of Spencer's Pi lis, than
from all the o hi r medicines and pills that I have
ever tajten : ami I would earnestly recommend
them to all as bein, in my opinion, the bet. medi
cine in use for all lingering complaints. The pills
hae done me so much good, that 1 would not feci
not but tee! very grateful to Dr Spencer for having
prepared such a valuable medicine, and the distri
bution ofil is conferring a very great favor on the
public, as it Is a thing of the utmost importance
that every famdy should have a supply ol Dr Spen
cer's truly valuable pills constantly on band.
ISAAC Al. THOMAS.
SOME "cry humbug from envy, some from jeal
ousy cry humbug, and some from sheer ignorance
of the thing cry humbug. I do not believe every
thing that shines is gold, nor do I believe that
which is hastily denounced is humbug. Prove a
thing and then judge it." HULL'S PILLS are
no humbug: wherever they have been used, they
have invariaoly given the most decided and un
equivocal satisfaction. The testimony exists on
every side throughout this vast country from the
Log Cabin ef tiits Western Wilds to the City Pal
ace of the millionaire there are thousands of wit
nesses to the unrivalled efficacy of this invaluable
medicine. It generally cores thoChills and Fevers
the first day, and does not sicken the stomach or
prodtic! any disagreeable sensaiioit in tho S3'stem.
Obstinate cases of CHILLS and FEVER, when
other preparations have failed, have yielded at once
to a few doses of Null's Pills, without any disposi
tion ot a rctorn. They require no puffing, it is up
worthy of them. The JUedical Faculty are now
prescribing tbem with unexampled success, not on
ly in Chills and F. ver, but in Fevers of all types,
grades and character, and considers them the nioxt
safe and harm'ess yet the most certain and prompt
febrifuge that can possibly bo administered in tfie
remediate management of Fevers peculiar to this
country. Full di rections for use accompany each
box. Price One Dollar.
JJULL'S WORM LOZr NGES 4);JusxMteL
discovery ever made fordispelling the various kinds
of worms that so !r quentl v and distressingly an
noy both children aud adults. From the Sparta
Gazette ' Fr-nn our own Knowledge we lake
rear pleasure In recommending to the public
Hull's Worm Lor.engts as the b-st uorm medicine
extant. Children will eat them as they wou'd candv
and cry I t them." To parents we say, do not be
w it bout these Lozenges at any time, as you vbIuh
the I ive's of 3 our children.
ALSO DR HULL'S
For the relief of coughs, colds, consumption, Asth
ma, whooping cough, catarrh, lightness of the lungs
or dies', bronchitis, and all pulmonary affections.
Several thousand boxes have been sold withfn the
last six months, giving immediate relief to those
who have been afflicted with the most distressing
coughs and colds, and restoring lo health persons
in almost everv stage of pulmonary affections. -
Tho whole world should know that Dr Hull's
Cough Lozenges area certain cure for all diseases
leading to consumptions, and datb. They are
recommended by thousands who have used them,
and say that ihby give relief when all other means
fail "Price 25 cenls pr box. with full directions.
DR. LA COUNT'S
VEGETABLE TOOTHACHE ELIXIR,
.2 certain and immediate cure.
(Price, 60 cents per Pbial.)
ICTP' For safe in Favetteville by
"S. J. HINSDALE.
? R- W.FULLER.
" Elizabeth by
And on enquiry maybe found in nearly all the
towns and villages throughout the Southern States.
THE Subscriber has just received late pnrcoMtt :
SJbOIV ABLE GOODS;
from Phdadelphia a.uNew York, Such Aim'
s r r c ,s crapR d-p-w.-
le-tams and n-ie prints, worsted nndTh bel hawli7
sdk scar s, crape l8ce, (wh te black and blue )
gymp an,l gymp c0,d, white ami blcklre oodr
iv or i. :.r.i ' ' . . u ,e "air yma' w,,
1 U' ! H.IIIil.lllS litnr aa. a M : mm
ml ririf.niirnt I '
and hav.r .to ' I'""
ASso gentlemen's fie black nd fancy raMU'.
meres hue biav ,nd blur cJoths, best qualiTof
roar trimmings, together with
ot siwt. i;,.!.... ;. .. .7".
11 lire llll;d!l' llfi. in .1 .
of market square.
Feb'. 15, 1845.
"""I"" est tornf-r
J 20 hags Rio coffee,
iu Hhds, molasses,"
fi ditto sugar,"
8 Ions iron, -
With nnils, trneo chains, hay forks, spade", Morels
pots, ovens, skill. Is and lida.-indigo, madd r.K '
sou. salts, copperas, Coliins tuipeT.line mx-u. cut
A !sft I .i 1 1 1 .. , r "S:'nt of saddU-., cheap.
i Y.T V """"'K' ana yarns niwayt on
1 1 ci 1 1 ij aii 1 1 1 ;i 1 1 1 ri .if 'i iirnr'o i -. "w-v
"T'lO!1. J. 1J. W.
JT OUTN JO. sta jaw
GO 0 D S.
Comprising a Iarw nA :
n,.- c i ri 7 BBsoruiieni ot.
Dry bonds, Hardware and Cutlery, Hats. Bonnet
var ra, wr.tmg and wrapping- P,Mr' pn.. . r
Snar.nr,,: u.j;. fper, Coffee arcr
afi i .
the attend . .rai41. W?fI
o.lcrtd at low prices for cash
. . "'"ruianis which will K..
or country bfndur.
JOHN D. STARR.
Oct. 2G, 1844.
Call at the
U v uw""Vnoi receiving from Nev
-M- Vork, a general and complete assortment of
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES, .
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Crockery and Groceries,
Of every quality and description, lor sale very low
lor Cash, or in exchange for any kind of conntrV
CoCC" t THOS. J. MI MS.
hoA second I,and buggy as good as new, and two'
rses and Iwo mules, for i,ale or hire.
Dec. 14. 1844. 203-lf:
4UTDhbls- pRIME extra large YelW
A JElrt",7,RISH POTATOES; just re
ceived .no for sale by HALL & flALL.
i-ob. 1. 3,0
D. MCL A URIN,
IN addition to a general assortment of-
Groceries, Hardware, Cutler
Shoes, hats, &c., is now opening a
choice selection of seasonable
Vz 1 !l,,e b,ck, invisible green, and Meel
mixed Cloths ; fancy Cassimerea ; Satiinelts. Ken
tucky Jeans; Kerseys; Blanket. Alpacas; Mus-hn-de-Lams
; worsted Shawlg; Bed Tickinifsr
Shining, and a vanciv of Prm's, Vesting., Ctfa
Trimmings, &c. B '
4;h proof Jamaica Rum.
" Cogniac Brandy,
a .inf iia ami i on w me
Sicily, Madeira, Tenenffe. and Malag, tU6
Th, above Goo.ls w, be sold low for OasW
Country Prodoce. or charged to those who ha v
heretofore been p.i net uaf. D MT
September 11, 1344. W-y
RICHARD S. CAIN,
WILL attend promptly to the collection oftnvie'
counts, notes, judgments, or, other debts, due irr
Bladen county, to edizens ol said connty, or thea
o,n.nvco.,ni,cs Person, placing acenta in h,V
hands, may Uk for prompt returns.
feb. 15, 1845. 3l2-3w.
Dr. Taylor's Balsam Liverwort,
. Jaynea' Expectorant, Dr. Hull's Conch
Zers, and many other valn.ihle o.K , .
?'by S. J. HINSDALE.
22. 1815. n..,-.L.
THE Maeigtrates of
CumiH.-rland County are red ilea, el
to med at the Cnurt llii
Fayetteville, nn Thursday, the 6fh day of jMreh
next, at 12 o'clock. J. McLAURIN.-
Clerk of Cumberland County
Feb. 22, 1815. 3l3-2w. J
auu misneis sjjutsu UATS, for wml
by COOK Sc TRriv
J en. 'Z'za,
GRAHA3I FLOUR !
Por sale by
Jan 4. IS45.
ENTRY TA K E RS N OTICES,
For safe at the Garoiinwn office.
i-cb. 15, 1845.-31 2-6!. V-r ? : 'Tj