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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT -S TO INniTIOUALS; AND THE OLORTjOP THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTT OP ITS CITIZENsI
'-.- v -:
BY VM H BAYSE
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY.: MARCH 22,YtS45.
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annum, if paid in advance, '- 82 5o
if paid at the end of six months 3 Oo
at the end of i he year 3 5j
Rates of Advertising J
Sit'y cent per square f r the first, and thirty cents
f.r each subsequent insertion.
Aiva lising Hy tile V-'ar will be charged according
k thi q-t'intily of matter inserted.
Court advertisements, &c, 25 per cent higher. .
I HE M NIT Y
Asainst loss or damage by Fire.
Tifc Williamsburg fire insu
Offi.ce in Grand near First Street, Williams'
burg, opposite the City of JYeio York.
Office, Well Building, 62 Wall si.,
Christi an Zabri-kie. Abrn T. Boskerck,
Andrew C. Bin oiiict, Francis St-inheil,
Frederick W. Favre, S un! II. Clapn,
Chas. O. Handy,
JfcrMiii ii Johnson,
S i-nl. Will -ts,
LEVI UEL RICHARDSON, Pres'f.
AvortF.w II. FIodo f., Spc'ry.
WASHING TON POST, Ant, New York.
THE Wi Hi imshurs; Fire Insurance Company,
h-ivinsr txe' i neorpirstted by an act of thi Legisla
tor f the State tf New York, for the purposes
of Fire Insurance, the Directors offer to Insure their
fttllow-ci'izom ih"0'Jghout flic United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
O'l B iildinjs, Cro-id and .Merchandise, and Per
it Property :enerally, assuring tln;iti that the
affiirs ol the Comiwny. s!ia!l be conducted with
mich fairness, can-Ior an.l liberality as thy trust
willentitl: it to puMie confidence ana patronage.
Tho Subscriber, Ardent for the above Com
pny, will 2'ive any further information that tnay
b- ii'jre. bv thos? who wish to Insure.
JAMKS MARTFNE, Airenf,
Feb. 8, IS 15.
J lay Sireet.
State of North Carolina llnbeson county.
Superior Court of Law Fall Ttrvt, 1S44.
Sarah Jane Allen vs. Huh Roy Allen.
Petition for Divorce.
IN case if was ordered by the Court that pub
lication be made in th iVo- th Carolinian for three
m ntbs for th-- lefend.int to appear at tho next
t rn or th's Court, to he held at Lmnbcrton on
tlv t'h M on iay of March n. xt, and plead, or the
praver ol'th uetitioner will be heard c.vftarte and
j i I j n nt'ren-lered accordingly.
"Witness, Absnlotn Davis, Jr , Clerk of our said
'u.t at office the first Monday after the 4th
Monday in September, A. D., 1841.
ABSALOM DAVIS, Jr., C. S. C.
F.:h. 9, IS 15. 311 -3m.
flrhid.is. PRIME extra Urge Yellow
Planting IRISH POTATOES, josl re
ceived and for sate by HALL & HALL.
Feb. I. ' 310
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THE subscribers, thankful for past favors, take
(his method to inform their friends and the
public that they have now on hand and for sale, a
fiir assortment of seasonable Goods; comprising
in part as follows. Any or all of which they will
sell at the lowest market prices for Cash :
Rio, Cuba, and St. Domingo Coffee; Porto Rico,
N Orleans, and Loaf Sugar; Soap, Starch, Epsom
Salts, Camphor, Indigo, Madder, Cepperas, Tea,
Salt, &c. &c.
Alpaceas, plain and figured ; Mouslin d'Laincs ;
Broad Cloths; Sattinets ; Kcrsys; Calico ; cotton
and silk Handkerchiefs ; wool and silk Shawls;
Apron Checks; Bed Ticking; Flannels; Bonnets;
Band-boxes; Ribbons; Artificials; Hats, Boots, and
Shoes, &c. &.C.
English and Swedes Iron ; English and American
Steel; Nails; pocket and table Cutlery; Hoes; trace
and halter Chains ; Padlocks; Drawing Knives;
table and tea Spoons, &c. &c.
A general assortment.
TVow in store and for sale3,
50 Ba ss CotTee,
. 150 Sacks Salt,
4 Hhds. Sujrar,
20 Hhds. Molasses, - . -
20 Bbls. planting Potatoes,
2 tor.s Swedes Iron, assorted,
at our old stand, fool of Havmonnt.
JONES & DUNN
Dec . 21, 1344. 304 -tf.
ORCHARD - GRASS.
ids Orchard Gras Seed, tor ujJy
oi, P,irrel.s superior N. O. Molasses (new crop.) i
'25 Hhds. Afol.sscs. lor wejy.. T
i i GEO. MCiSlilL.!
'I'AKKN UP aud committed
to the Jail olCumbcrlavri county,
N. C, on Sunday, 'he 26th day
of January, 1S45, a ne?ro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that he was sold in
Charleston to a man by the name
r f McKenzie, and was carried to Alabama or Ueor
eia and there left his mister. Said nejro was for
nirrlv t'i- pr.p -rtv of Benjanvn Class of Camden,
S. (.:. .. ;i I was taken Irom this pl-.ee. last February
l.yMrvii-s. Said neiiro is about ;' feet 4 inches
hi'li, d irk eooiplevion, and about 45 or 50 years nf
af. The ow ner of said nero is hereby notified
i., eo ne forward, prove property. py charges, and
l i'i him aiviv, or he will be dealt with according
to law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 18t5.--3IO-tf.
Gardner & McKethan,
HAVE lately made wm-hlerH lte inipruvemi-nr j 11
their stylo of Work, and have now on hand a G.:.N
EUAL ASSORTMENT, consisiing of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for -leoance of shape and finish, and dura
bilitv. will compare with any made i; the USl.ttes.
Persons w isbina to buv, would do well to ia
and examine our work, as we have di termin d to
sell LOW for Cash, orapproved notes
I laving in ourernpioy first rate Smi hs, we are
prepand lu do uny liu work in-the above line on
r.,t u'n.L-mnrliin and materials, for one year
ICF" REPAIRING faithlul y executed t short
notice, and on reasonable term.
Fayettev lie, February 8, 1845. y.
6 doz. orcen ' Blaz.-d FLOWER POTS
JUDGMENTS & EXECUTIONS;
OF ALL SORTS,
For safe at the Carolinian Office.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
HAVING been appointed
for the Town ol Fayetteville, is prepared to attend
to the sale oi any goods which may be entrusted to
CONSIGNMENTS from abroad will be prompt
ly attended to. - -. -Vi'i. .
October 10, 1844. ' 294 6m.
BUSHELS OF ASHES, imme
WIf V diately, for which a fair price will b
March 0, S it
M.-.L. McK AY.
NEGOTIABLE NO TES, of all the various kinds
used, just printed and for sale at this Cilice.
10 HHDS. (uew crop) MOLASSES, for
sale by GEO. AcNElLL.
Jan 4, 1315.
CLARK & McCALLUM,'
HAVING removed their Tailoring Establishment
from their late Shop to the building formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Cofer; nearly opposite to the
Lalayctte Hotel, on Hay street, respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that they wi'l continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable manner. They
return their thanks lor the liberal share ot business
they 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, 1841. 203-tf.
WE have just received from New York and Phila
delphia a lare assortment of
PALL & WINTER
G r o c c ri q s , f la rd w are, - Crocks ry ,
which we will sel' at the lowest market price.
PETER P. JOHNSON & CO.
Oct. 14, 844. 295- 3 w.
THE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN
DRED BOXES OF BAR SOA P, manufac
tured at the "Fayetteville (N. C.) Candle Factory,"
and warranted rqttal it nolsoptrior to Colgate's
K.cl IVv I - . .T
" - . " - -. , ....... u . -j. . on ueeo
..J?.c!5r?cVusi,iess, and off-rin-TifJOX
price, (5 cents a pound t the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage.
CJ All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
Favetteviile, Mav 24.84-1
W. McL. McK AY.
Volume e'Xiimber 31 It
ly inform the citizens
of Fayctteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stand recently occupied
by E. J. Clark, on GdleDie
StrceT, 5 doors South of the
Market Square, where he will
tafmantlfaet rp' n-n .1 Uxn rn
starly on h uid i assortment of
TIM A TVTf- Jvr-.
mm iiiXLr ptiKT IKON WARE.
Persons nnshi to purchase would do well to
call and e.Tamindhis stock before nurfhl no- ol .
where, as heis dltermined to sell .tA9 .
other manufactufcr in th State. ' ""
?f fa entirely new pattern. - i--ROOFIXG
hne in the lastest etvle. and bei
manner. AtotJUTTtRING " -
Aug. 17, IB44
THE SulMicriber has taken the Store on Hay
street drectly opposite his old stand, where
he is now re;ivin"- a
STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting in part of
gars; Tea; Cffee; Pepper, Allspice: Ginirer: Sale- nilon by mail, but for delivery only, shall
ratus; Starch Mackerel; Shad- Salmon: Pickles: bo charged With postage .at. the rate of two
NEW POSTAGE LAW.
AN ACT to reduce the rates of postage, lo
limit the use and correct the abuse nf the
fianking privilege, and for the preveutiou
of frauds oo ihe revenue of th Post Office
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United Stales ofJinier
icu in Congress assembled. That, from and
alter tho first day of July next, members of
Congress and delegates from Territories, may
receive letter, not. exceeding two ounces in
eighf, free of postage, during the recess of
Congress, auyihing to the contrary in this act
notwtihrtniing ; and tue ums frank hrg
privilege which is gtanted by this act to tha
members of the Iwo Houses of Congress, .is
heieby extended to the Vice President of tho
United States; and in lit-u of the rates of
postage now established by law, there shall be
charged the following rates, viz : For, every
single leilerj in manuscript, 01 paper of any
kind by or upon which information shall be
risked for or communicated in writing, or by
matks and signs, conveyed in the mail for
any distance undet three hundred miles, five
cents; ud for any distance over thtee hu ti
died tnile-j, leti cents ; mid for n double letter
there shall be chatged double the.-c rales ; nnd
lor a treble letter, treble these rates ; and for
a quadruple letter, quadruple these rates ; and
every letter or parcel not exceeding hnlf an
ounce in weight shall be deemed a single let
ter, and every additional weight of half an
ounce, or additional weight less than half on
ounce shall be charged with nn additional
single postage. And all dop letters, or let
ters placed lu any post office, not lor Uan
Olives; Capes; butter, water, and soda Crackers;
Cheese; Pepjer Sauce; Camphor; Indigo; Cassia;
Nutmegs, Ctron; Mace; Sweet and Castor Oil;
chewing ;nid jmokiiij Tobacco; Principe and Ha
vana Segar$ Scotch, Maccohoy, and Rappee
SnufT, Sperrr Candles; Powder and Shot; Epsom
and table Sa'js. Lamp Oil; Blacking"; Vinegar;
Madeira, Sheyj, and sweet Malaga Wines ; Al
monds, Filbert and Madeira Nuts; saltpetre; sni
phur; alum; Herrings; currant aud Guava Jelly,
Prunes; AncItoVjy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
pickled Oysters ; cloves; Cayenne Pepper; currants-
Mustarhi J" TVInlasse; "and almost
-vir n relUttal ly called fo in a Grocery Store!
which h will jell as low as an v one in the place,
for Cash, or oijapprovcd credit. ALSO,
Nov. 9th, 1 sit.
NEW AND CHEAP
l:i 7 oil PtClvI.E JARS with covers-
C, LU TTERLOH.
Feb, 6, 1844.
yy tiL.U. AlCiJC.lL.l-..
Jan 4, 1845.
TAKEN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
n Saturday tho 1 5:h insf.,a ne
gro woman, who says her name
is SUSAN MITCHELL, and
claims to be free; but from her
dflfe contradictory statements, is sup
posed to be a runaway slave, and owned by John
Tilley, of Granville county, N. C, Said w oman is
of a copper color, with good tee!h, large iips.tolera-
... r I : . I . r i" - .1 I ..nl.An
bly stout built, measuring in neigui n icci i imuj-,
ami is about 18 or 20 years of age. The owner ot
said nero is requested to come lorward, prove
property, and tako her away, or sbe will lie clean
with as tne law require. .,.., ,
W.L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Feb. 20, 1845. 313-tf.
kMEi"5 7S.jr i-Lsr
IlASTjui reeeiveil by the late arrivals from t'le
North, bie hundred and twenty packages
And fort it-: wo packages
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whieft, being purchased bv the Package for jt.eu hundred square it
Cash, sine, ihe late decline in price, will be offered cha j arjd coIec(ed th.
U ncominon iy ivjvi iurAoiiUru mm; lupuutiuui
Those wishng to purchase by wholesale or re
tail willpleasecall and examine, as great bargain
mav he expected.
NEWGUOUS bv every arrival.
Nov. $0,1 S14. 301-y.
UOUKUT W. HARDIE,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER
F.IWJTTfjriLLiG, V. C.
WAVING located himself in Fuyettcville, on
fl.iL Hv street, 3 doors from Mr Hale's Book
?tore, will keep constantly on hand a general as
;.,rtm'ent of H.vks and Stationery. lie invites the
miilie to call and examine his selections, whether
iios:-o.u of pm chasing or not.
i',eni-a IV.oUbioder, and provided with a complete
et of iim.I and apparatus, he is. prepared to execute
a!! kinds of binding, from the plainest to the most
cos'ly. . .
II.- s:ieits the patronage nfhis fellow cititensot
l-'avettcville and the surrounding country.
Nov. 23, IS 14. 261-y.
irorwailiiiff and Commission
TT ALL &
Tpr-frrOULO infonn the meichants of the interior
V V that they have in conn -ct ion witn tne gen
eral grocery business, added that of the Forward
e . i i - a ..ai,1i-iii Ware
ing: and naving lars1- - , .
. ' - i T;..n ... rrnnrcil to
houses on me diihimu. -.,, '.:" ....n i. t.i wf,n.iSH. or
-i r I iinnr. mien terms as win nr me uiiaoiv, u- "' -
Just Received on Consignment,
50 Hhds. and II Tierces MOLASSbS, ot very
defy all competition, nr cbaiges and expenses i.c-inone-tbird
less on the freight b:IU than any other
house in the place .
All Goods Shipped toU. w. U IVISOI ...o.o
ton, for the interior, and not otherwise directed, will
be found in our possession.
Aug. 17, 1S14. 2i4-lf.
acceptable 9'l dav paper.
200 bbls piime New Orleans MOLASSES expect
ed by the Hemielta, fot sal as above Uy -
March 1, 1345. 3'43t-
CjOO lbs superior, just received.
Jan. 25..U THOS. J. MIMS.
Call at the WAGON YARD"
rsinr cu.rikor ia now reerivin!r from New
II Vrk. a aeneral and complete assortment of
HATSBOOTS & SHOES,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Crockerv and Groceries,
Of every oualitv and description, for sale very low
for Cash, or in exchange for anv kind of country
produce. THOS. J.MIMS.
hoA second hand hrv as iood as new, and two
rses and two mules, for sale or lure.
Dec. 14, 1844. 203-1 f.
D. MCL A URIN,
IN addition to a general assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery :
Shoes, hats, &c, is now opening a
choice selection of seasonable
Viz Fiie blue, black, invisible green, and steel-
mixed Cloths ; fancy Cassimerea ; Sattinetts, Ken
fuctey Jeans; Kerseys ; Blankets. Alpacas ; Mus-Jin-de-Lnins
; worsted Shawls; Bed Ticking;
Whirling, and a variety of Prins, Vestings, Coat
-4th proof Jamaica Rum,
Holland Gin, :.
Fine Madeira and Port Wine,
Sicily, Madeira, TeoerilTe, and Malaga ditto.
- The above Goods will be sole low for Cash,
Country Produce, or charged to those who have
heretofore been punctual. - - D. McL. -
September 27, 1844. - 292-y.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
4O bbls. and half bbls. Buckwheat Flour, r
MOUNTAIN BUTTER, for Me by - J
COOK & TROY. I
March I, 1845. . SMwr-s:--
cents each. And all letters which shall here-
nlWr be advertised as remaining over in any
post office shall, when delivered out, be charg
ed with the costs of advertising tho same in
addition to tho regular postage, both to be
accounted for as other postages now are.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
all newspapers of uo greater size or super
ricea than nineteen hundred square inches
may te trniistniitetl through ihe mail by " tho
editors or publishlishers thereof, to all subscri
bers or other persons within thiitv miles of
tho city, town, or other place in which the
paper is or may be printed, free of any chatge
lor postage whatever ; aud all newspapers of
and under the size aforesaid, which shall be
conveyed in the mail any distance beyond
thirty miles from the place at which the same
may be printed, shall be subject lo the rates
of postage chargeable upon the snine under
"dpproVeuf fue uuru m iiS(rrcir, -On6 fiftrnwiofa i
eight hundred nnd twenty-live, entitled " An
actio reduce into one the scveial acts for
establishing nnd regulating the Post Office
Department;'' and upon nil newspapers of
greater size or supei ficial extent than nine-
iches, there shall be
the same rates of post
age as are prescribed by this act to be charged
on magazines and pamphlets
through Ihe mail, free of pnxage letter
packets, newspapers, periodicals, : or othefV
matter., be, and the same ate hereby," utterly
abrogated and repea led. . . c
5 Sep. 6. And be if for ther euacted, That frora
and after the passage of this act, all officer
of the Grternmeut of the Lrbned State, he'
lofore having'the franking privil?ge,r' t-hnll be
authorized and required Vo lireploii account
of a!! postage charged -T and payable by thern,
respectively, upon letters, pnck"nge.i, ix other
miitters received ' through ; ihe mail, touching
the duties or busiuesd' of their': respective ot
rices ; and said: accounts for portage; upon
beiag duly verified by .aid officw wrepeclive-
ly, hh f6 id lowed aud paid quarter . yearly
out of ihe contingent: fund of ibe bureau or -:
department jo which ha officer'- ofotesaid
may resperlively belong. or beattaehsd. And
the third As.i,tnt!t fWtrnaster General shall
be entitled to hnve ienitted by the postmaster
in Washington oil 'postage charged upon let- .
ters, package Sj ' or other .'.mailer received by. ;
them, respectively, through the mail, touching ,
the bu3iues of ihcFo3t' OHico Department,
or the particular branch of that business com-;
milled to Ihem, respectively ;" aud each of the
said Assistant Posfmasleia General shall be, O
aud hereby is, authorized lo trausrnii through
tho mail, fiee of- postage, '.'any lelUrs; pack
ages, or other matters relating . exclusively lo
his olHcial duties, or lo ihe business of tho
Post Office Depaitment ; but he shnll in ever v
such cuse, endoise on the back ol the letler of
package s as to be sent free of postage, over
bis own signulure, l!iu words " ofiicinl busi
ness." And for any such endorsement false
ly made, the person so offending shall forfeit
and pay three bundled dollars. And the sev
ernl deputy postmasters 'throughout the United
Slates shall be authorized to charge, and have
allowed lo them in the settlement of their ac
counts w iih the Post Office Depaitment all
postage which they may have paid or had
chatged to them, respectively, for letters, pack
ages, or other matters, received by them on
the business of their respect ivg offices or of
the Post Office Department, upon a Verifica
tion on oath of their nccomus for ihe same,
aud the transmission of the charged letters as
vouchers; and tho said several deputy post
masters shall be, and hereby arey .authorized
to seud through the mail, free of postage, all
letters, and packages which it may bo their
duty, or they may have occasion, to transmit
to any person or place, and which shull relato
exclusively to the business of their respective
offices, or to Ihe business of the Post Oflicu
Department ; but in every such case, the
deputy postmaster sending any such leltor or
package shall endorse thereon, over his own
A naTor afl V mm' cvefV Srie'ir firfti.irerwna.,,-
falsely made, the person making ihe Mini -
shall forfeit and pay three hundied
And when the commission of anv nrwtmact-r
amount t less than twenty-five dollars per V
Sec. 8. Aud be it I'm iher enacted, That all
E - S a
o r? n
5- ? i &
an 3 S . w "
2 1 ; o
S 55 e 3
500 FLOWER POTS
For sale by WV PRIOR.
Feb. 15. 1S45 312-6t.
HAS received by the lto7JSrwa New York,
his stock of FALL aua w
G 0 0 U K,
Comprising.a large ana V.7nI
Dry Goods, ard-are anu --J . w -
Shoes, Umbrellas, rarasois, - ffce " i
Cards writing and wrapping : Paper, Co ajJ
Sugar, Drugs and Mcd.c ine &c .c "g
the attention ot country wereu.i..-
rrH i nrices for cash or counirj k- .
i trnr OP MXD on the east side of
ITW .IV.."- ' - ,
r!:.rw. Fear river, near tbe pianianon Kinncni
nivned hv Unl. iVn, anoui nine uim'-s !. iu
One half cleared aid fenced, the rest bcavily tim
March 1. 1845. 3l4-fm-
5000 Bush. Alum Salt,
500 Sacks Liv. rnool io. . '
40 Bb's prime New Orleans Molasses,
15 Tons Swedes and KngHsh Iron,
2000 lbs Steel, viz : Cast, German, Englisdi, and
50 Bbls Apple Brandy, -20
Hhd N O, P It, and St Croix Sugar,
200 Bags Rio, Cuba, Java, Lagiura, and St.
Domingo Coffee, ;
75 Kegs Nails,
2000 Sides Leather, viz: Hemlock and Oak tanned
Sole, Russet and twacn onuie, Mnm5,
harness, upper, and calf Skins,
2000 Lbs Dry Hides, ';
10 Bbls Tanners uh, , ' . , , .
Most of the above goods have been bought lat. Iy
aa l .1 m arv pl It! A aif1AI
at tow prices. 1 hey are ircsii auu m
and will be sold coeap.- , u
:? TH'JS.a. luU I iauu.
March 1, 1S45. - , 314-3t
'! ? Z n.,
3 2." r. Z,
5 - x o
, . t
Oct. 26, 1844.
JOHN D. STARR.
A LARGE assortment .f CUOCKey; GLASS,
m.iNT crnip Attn QUEENS WARE, com-
o...c,;n.. r-nnr Tea. CotTee. and Chamber Otis,
together with almost every article in that line.
20 crates assorted for the Country trade.
6 dozen Flower Pots.
, Feb'y 15, 1845, V 312 y,
And Sojourners in FayctteTillfc
mr. SMITH is still prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or.
soiourning in Fayctttville. Her table is always
as good as the market affords. . She has good tU
ki r,rt Knatlers. and attentive waiters, and re
Spect fully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so well known that it needs no de
seriotion. No exertions will be scared to give
Fab. 1, !845.-Sl-tf . J
ENTRY TAKERS' NOTICES,
For sale at the Cwolioian officeV
I . RAN AWAY from Mr James
McDuffie oa the 7th of Drccin
bcrlat, my negro man ARCH Y,
late ihe property oi A. Hebe-,
tUc'd. He is about 5 feet 3 fir 10
printed or lithographed circulars aud hand
bills or ndvittisemeuts, priuted or lithographed
on quaito pott or siuyle cap paper, or paper
not larger than single cap, folded, directed,
and unsealed, shall be charged will, postage
at ihe rate of two cenU for each sheet, and
no more, whatever be the distauco the same
may be sent ; and all pamphlets, magazines,
periodicals, and every other kind aud descrip
tion of priuted or other matter, (except news
papers,) which shall be unconnected with any
manuscript communication whatever, and
which it is or mav be lawful to transmit by
the mail of the United States, shall bo charged
with postage at the rate of two and a half cents
for each copy sent, of no greater weignt than
one ounce, aud ouo cent additional shall be
charged for each additional ounce of the
weight of every such pamphlet, mugaziue,
matter, or thing, which may be transmitted
through the mail whatever be the distance the
same may be transported; aud any fraction!)
excess of not less than one half of an ounce,
in the weight of any such mailer or t!
above one or more ounces, shall bo charged
for as if said excess amounted lo u full ounce.
Sec. 4. Aud be it further enacted, Thai
the Postmaster General be and he is hereby
authorized, upon all mail route over or upou
which the amount of .-natter usually transport
ed, or which tnay be offered or deposited iu
the post office or post offices for transporta
tion, is or may become so great as to threaten
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UrnLl :l materially to retard the progress
uiaes. ia, ...... -. . . :i . ani
eyes, and is lame in one ol his mo securuy ui iuc ic-uci oi., vm -..
' r-r !a sut.nnsed to be lurk-i .nnoidpralilfa :iiir mp.nt atioii of the cost of
in abouf Fayetteville, N. C. A reward ol SI0
will be paid for him if taken and lodged in any
tail in Ibis State, or 25 it taken ana loogea in
Jail in any otner orme "''V l. V1
him agan. J . ivi. a i "r.
Fayctteville, N. C, Feb. 22, 1845 313-4w.
For the sale of Timber, Lumber,
nnH IMnvnl Stores.
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AT ING located mysclfi.i Wilmington lor cost ot expediling us iraupu..-"- -
transporting the whole man at tne preseui
rate of speed, to provide for Ihe separate and
more secure conveyance of the letter mail, at
a speed at least equal to that at which the
mail is uow transported over such loute, tak
ing care to allow iu no case of any greater
delay, in the Irau-porfation of t'ae other mat
teis and things to be transported in tbe mail
on any auch route, than may appear to be nb-
regard beine bad to the
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IH1 Jrm-VT MBER LUMBER, . at hi. disnosal or under his control f,
TUtlPENTINE, TAR, &c-, I. would ay to the j egCjDg (he same. , . " V
Sec. 5. And be it further enacieo, mat
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portunitv of acknowledging mT
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several acta for establishing and regulating
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IgUCU toe luiiu vtaj naai.i, u w : jm
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thousano eigm nunareu ana iweniy- uo,
Dr. Taylor's Balsam L.iverwort, d o otbef acUyand pan, 0facu granting
r. Jaynes Expectorant, Dr. Hull's Coagh ixen- cODferrins upon any person whatsoever
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auiium, ii snau oe lawiul lor trie Postmaster t
General to increase ihe rate of his comtnis-( X
sions, provided ihut they do not exceed fiftyj
percent on leiter postage arcruiog nt tiuch,
office, and Ihe Postmaster Reueml is bt-rebyl
required to cause accounts to bo kept of tha
postage that would be chargeable at the rates
jroscfinea in mis act upon all matter pacing
re through tha maw according to the provi
sions oi mis act ; and the sums thus charge
able shall be paid to tbe Post Office Depart-
mem irorn me contingent lutius ol the two
Houses of Congress aud of the other Denurt-
ments of tha Goverumeut for which auch mail
service may hnvo been performed, and where
there isjno such fund that they be paid out of
the Treasury of tho United States. ;
Sec. 7. Aud bo it further eu icfcd, Thai th
net of Congress entitled, An act author izitig ,
the Governors of tne several ht ites to trans
mit by mail cettain books and -documents :
approved June tho 30lh, 1314, h3l rewntu
iu full force, any thing hereinbefore to tho
contrary notwithstanding; and the Member
of Congress, the Delegates fiom .Territories,
tho Secretary of the Senate, and the CleiU f ,
the Ifouso of Uepteseniativcs, shull br, and ..
they aro hereby, authorized to transmit, free ot .
postage, to any post offico within the United- ...
States, or the territories thereof, any doco
ments which have been or may bo priuted by '
order of either House of Congross, any thing
in thi- law to ihe contrary notwithstanding. ..-.uf
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That '
each Member of the 5 an ale, each Member of
the House of iiepresentaiives, and each Dele
gate from a Territory of tho United States,
Ihe Secretary of Ibe Senate and the Clerk of
the House of Iler-resculJiivea may duiing
each session of Congress and for a period of
thiity das before the - commencement end
thirty days after each and every session of
Congress, receive through ihe mail, free of
postage, auy letter newspaper, or packet, not
exceeding two iounres in weight ; aud all
postpge charged upon any lettera,pr.c!;ajje, pe
titions, memorial's, or other maitcs or thius
received during any session of Congress, by
any .Senatorf Member, or Delegate of tho
House of, Representatives, touching hi o.n
eiel or fegisfative duties, by reason of any ax
cess of weight above two ounce, of the mat
ter or thing ao received, shall be pa?d rH A
the contiugefit fund of ibe House of whir b lh
person recefting fhc same may be a marnher.
And they shall have tne rigm io iraui. w,,..c..
letter, fiom themselve- during tbe whole year,
. m.u niilhnrizfd lV liW.
Sec. 9. And be it further enacted.lThat it f
shall not ba lawful lor any person or p ;
to establish aby private expres or xpMww, .
for ihe conveyances, nor in any manner to
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causa lo oe -con ryeij, k . .
Dr. Javnes Expectorant, ur. nun ""r',,". ur d confer tine upon any person
-a. --Bja.ba.iA --- OTl fill abut ww v a - m - m ".i
gera, .nd many er ."g-YpjSDALE, tbe right or privilege to receive and transmit
veyance or transportation, by regular trips, or
at Mated period- or int vW f 7.
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