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"character is as important to states as it IS TO IXniriDUALS; AND the glory or THE state is the common property of its citizens.'
jjY Ur3I II BAYXE
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY. APRIL 19, 1845.
Volume 6 Number 301
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annum, if paid in advance, $2 So
if paid at the end of six months 3 On
at the end of the year 3 5q
Rates of Advertising:
Sixty cants per square for the first, and thirty cants
for each subsequent insertion.
Advertising by the year -vill be charged according
to th; quantity of matter inserted.
Court advertisements, &c, 25 per cent higher.
Against loss or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
Ojjice in Grand near First Street, Williams
burg, opposite the City of JVeio York.
Agency Office, Wells Building, 62 Wall
Andrew C. Benedict,
Frederick W. Favre,
John Skillrnan, "
Lmiirel Richardson ,
LliMUEL RICHARDSON, Prea't.
AsniiEiv B. IlaDcn.Scc'ry. .
WASHINGTON POST, Agent, New York.
THE Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company,
having been incorporated by an act of the Legisla
ture of the State of New York, for the purposes
of Fir Imurance, the Directors offer to Insure their
fellow-citizens ihroujhout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
On Buildings, Goods and Merchandise, and Per
sonal Property generally, assuring ilium that the
afftirs of the Company, shall be conducted with
nudi fairnes.", candor and liberality as they trust
will entitle it to public confidence antfalronage.
The Subscriber, Agent for the above Com
pany, will give any further, information that may
b) desired by those who wish to Insure.
JAMES MAR TINE, Agent,
Feb. S, 1S43. 311-tf.
TAKEN UP and commiited
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of January, 1845, a negro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that ha was sold in
Charleston to a man by the name
t AlclVcnze, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and I hero left his master. Said negro was for
merly the property of Benjamin Gass of Camden
S. C, and. was taken trom this pl;ice last February
nv ivi r vjrms. said nero is anoul it teet 4 inches
high, d irk complexion, and about 45.or 50 years of
a'!. lhoowm-rof saidnegro is hereby notified
it co-iie forward, proVe'property, py charges, and
ak-; bun away, or he will be dealt with according
tn law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, IS 15. 310-tf.
ROBERT W. HARDIE,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
FJMVEVTEYIL.L.E .V. C.
IT WING located hnnsf.lt in Fayetteville, on
fl"U Hay street, 3 duor from Mr Hale's Book
itore, will keep constaniiy on hand a general os
ai.rtnie i t of BoL'ks and Stationery. He invites the
public to call and examine his selections, whether
desirous of puichasing or nt.
Be;ng a Bookhjnder, and provided wilh acomplete
aft of to'iis and apparatus, he is prepared to execute
all kinds of binding, from the plaine.-l to the most
He solicits the patronage of his fellow citizensof
r ayetteville and the surrounding country.
Nov. 23, 1844. - 261-y.
1)TM c L A U R I N ,
IN addnion to a general assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery.
Shoes, "hats, &c, is now opening a
choice selection of seasonable
Viz: Fine blue, black, invisible green, and tecl
inixed Cloths ; fancy Cassimercs ; "Sattinetts, K:n
tucls y Jeans ; Kerseys ; BI i nkets. Alpacas; Mus
lin -de-Liins ; worsted Shiuls; Bed Ticking;
hirtin, and a variety of Prin's, Vesting1, Coat
4th proof Jamaica Rum,
Fine Madeira and Port Wine,
Sicily, Madeira, Tonerift"-j, and Malaga ditto.
Th above Goods will be sole low for Cash,
Country Produce, or charged to those who have
heretofore been punctual. D. McL.
September 27, 13 14-. 29-2-v.
BUSHELS OF ASHES, imme
diate! r, for which e f:iir price will be
SPRINCr & SUM3IER
THE subscribers are now receiving from New
York and Philadelphia, a large and splendid
tock of STAPLE AND FANCY
Consisting of superfine Cloths and Cassimeres,
and a Ure assortment of Prints, Balzorines and
.K very handsome ; Bombazines and Alpacas ;
ijcti Camelion Shawls ; black and colored Kid
'ove.., Silk Mitts of all qualities ; gentlemen's
iscarfs and Cravats ; Silk and Marseilles
Yt nS Drap-de-ta, &hroonB and Linen ; Silk
hlHoe; Sils. HaHdkerchiefs; superior
K.!fin Pin9 ' bleached and brown Shirtings ;
n. ! i-t rM2l"nd Sun Shades; Straw, Flor-
3&tgsr and Panama Hat,i aUo
3000 pairs SHOES & BOOTS,
aworted; apd a great man, other article in the dry
Goods line, tpo tedious to mention. As the above
Goods wre purchased at reduced prices, we will
ell very low. Thoae wishing to purchase will
please call and earoiae our Goods and prices.
, G. & h. McMillan
Matches, tJ 845. 319-Ow.
bbls. PRIME extra Urge Yellow
Planting IRISH POTATOES, just re
ceived and for sale by BALL. & HALL.
Feb. I. 310
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THE subscribers, thankful for past favors, lake
this method to inform their friends and the
public that they have now on hand and for sale, a
fair 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 Cofiee; Porto Rico,
N Orleans, and Loaf Sugar; Soap, Starch, Epsom
Salts, Camphor, Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Tea,
Salt, &.c. &c. j
Alpaccas, plain ai.d figured ;" Mouslin d'Laines
Broad Cloths: Sattfrvets; Kerseys; Calico ; totton
and silk Handkerchiefs ; wool and silk Shawls;
Apron Checks; Bed Ticking; Flannels; Bonnets;
.Band-boxes; Ribbons; Artificials; Hats, Boots, and
English and Swedes Iron : English and American
Steel; Nails; pocket and table Cutlery; lioes; trace
nd halter Chains.; Padlocks; Urawing ivnives
table and tea Spoons, &c. &c. . -
A general assortment.
JNow in store and tor
50 Bags Coffee,
150 Sacks Salt,
4 Hhds. Sugar,
20 Hhds. Molasses,
20 BbU. planting Potatoes,
2 tor.s Swedes Iron, as-sorted,
at our old stand, foot of Haymount.
Dec. 21, 1844.
Gardner & JYEcKetlian,
11 AVE lately made considerable improvement in
th:ir style of Work, and have now on hand a GclN
EllAL ASSORTMENT, consis-ing o!
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, aBd dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to 0uy, would do well to call
artd examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW" for Cash, or approved notes.
Having1 in our empmy first rate SmUhs, we are
prepared to do any Iron work in the above line on
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful work manrhip and materials, for one year.
Itp- REPAIRING fa'ubful y executed at short
notice, antl on reasonable term.
Fayctteville, February 8, 1 845. y.
6 doz. green glazed FLOWER POTS.
6 " glazed PICKLE JARS with covers-
Feb. 6, 1844. 311-tf.
Forwarding and Commission
T757"OULD inform the merchants of the interior
that they have in connrction with the gen-
rocery business, adtieainai uimerorwiira
and having larg and commodious Ware
houses on the bank of the River, are prepared to
receive and forward Goods upon such term3 as will
defy all competition, eur charges and expenses be
ing one-third less on the freight bills than any other
houe in the place. .
All fin.n!g shinn d to G. W. Davis of W liming
ton, for the interior, and not otherwise directed, will
be found in our possession.
Aug. 17, 1344. 274-tf.
500 FLOWER POTS
'For sale by
Feb. 15, 1S45. 312-
HAS received bv the late arrivals from New York,
his stock of FALL and WINTER
Comprising a large and extensive assortment o
Dry GoodsT Hardware and Cutlery, Hats, Bonnets
Shoes, Umbrellas, Parasol?, Cotton and Wool
Cards, writing and wrapping Paper, Coffee and
Sugar, Drugs and Medicines, &c. &c, well worthy
the attention of country Merchants which will be
offered at low prices for cash or country produce.
JOHN D. STARR.
Oct. 26, 1S44. 269-tf.
A LARGE assortment if CROCKERY, GLASS,
CHINA, STONE, AND Q.UEENS WARE, com
prising Dinner, Tea, Coffee, and Chamber Sets,
together with almost every article in that line.
20 cratcs-assotted for the Country trade.
6 dozen Flower Pots.
6 ditto Pickle Jars, wilh covers.
Feb'y 15, 1845. 312 y,
HAS on hand at the Waggon Yard, for HIRE,
HORSES AND BUGGIES.
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
la view of accommodating persons wishing passage
to any ol the neighboring Towns.
April 1, 1845.
KK. Home Manufactures
JUDGMENTS & EXECUTIONS :
F or sale at
ALL SORTS, "
CLARK & McCALjLUM,
HAVING removed their Tailoring Establishment
Irooa their late Shop to the building formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Gofer, nearly opposite to the
Lalayette 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. 1 hey
return their thanks for the liberal share of 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.
Lec 14, 1841. ii3-tl.
ntlHE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN-
JJL DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAP, rnanufac
and warranted equal if not superior to Colga e.
best No. 1.
Beiii" determined to devote all necessary atten
tiontothe business, and offering it at. a reduced
price, (5 cents a pound bv the box.) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage. .
All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayettevillr, May 24,844
100,000 Acres Val 11 tole
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belonging to 1 he Estate of Abram Dubois, dee'd.,
Ivins Drincmallv in Robeson county, and on both
sides of Lumber River, the different surveys con
tsinins over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a large part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large quantity
ol Timber is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. These lands are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a large
nart is well suited, beins in a region where the
Turnentine vields more abundantly than any Other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold at
low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
Information respectiu; the title can be obtained
bv aDDlvingto the Hon." Robert Strange, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby jriven, that
the law will be enforced against all such onenders.
Application for any part of the Lands can be
made to myself, or to John Winsiow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayettevitle, N. G., March 1, 1845. 314-tf.
State of North Carolina Cumberland county.
Malcom R. Carmichael, Adniinist'r of John Raj';
Michael Carmichael in his own right, and that of
his wife Mary, and hi said wife Mary, Archibald
Co'quhoun and wife Flora, and Christian, Flora,
John. Joseph, and Catharine Carmichael by th ir
ouardian and next friend Malcolm R- Carmichael,
Archibald Ray, Adm'r. "of John Ray, Angus Ray,
James Ra, John Ray, Daniel Ray, Effy Ray, and
Catharine Ray", and John, Mary Ann, Lauchlin,
Archibald and Duncan Colquhoun.
IT appearing by the affadavit of the complain
ants that Catharine Raj', John Ray, Daniel Ray,
and John, Mary Ann, Lauch in, Archibald and
Duncan Colqohoun, -ate not inhabitants of this
State, publication is therefore ordered to be made
for six weeks in the North Carolinian, for the ab
sent defendants to make their personal appearance
at the Court of Equity, to he held for the county of
Cumberland, at the Court Housein Fayetteville, on
the Gth Monday after the 4th Monday in March,
1945, t.h"n and thore to plead, answer, or demur, or
the said bill will be taken as confessed and heard
exparte as to them.
Witness, Arch'd A T Smith, Master of our said
Court of Equity at ofrice, the 7th Monday after
the 4th Monday in September, 1344.
ARCH'D A T SMITH, C. M.E
March 29, 1845, per Adv. S3 25.
"FOR RE NTT"
Two comfortable FRAMED DWELLINGS.
Possession given immediately. Inquire at this
Office March 29, 1845 318-tf
NEW AND CHEAP
Has just received by the last ar
rivals from the North, a laro and splendid assort
Among which are Balzorines, Batrisle, French
La wn, printed Muslins and Jacontts, 1548 pieces
Calicoes, 192 ps Irish Linen, Lawns, Diapers,
Table Cloth and Linen Cambric, Handkerchiefs,
black and colored Silks, Silk Mits, Gloves, Cam
bric and Bobinet Lace and Elgmg, superfine
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Kentucky Jeans,
Nankeens, Kipskin Slippers, 6-4 to 3-4 bleached
and brown Shirting and Sheeting, Boots, Shoes,
&c, all of which being turchascd forcash by the
package at public and private sale, will be offered
bv wholesale or retail at low prices for cash, or on
time to punctual customers.
March 29, 1845 .
PLOUGHSTSADDLERY & SMITH'S
COOK & TROY ceived Freeborn's
PLOUGHS, Nos. 10, 11, 12 and Corn, and 200
Smiths' Bellows, 24 to 34 inches.
50 Nova Scotia Grindstones.
Boxes Tin Plate and Wire, Nos. 10 to 16.
Ladies' and" Gentlemen's Saddles, great variety.
Bridles, Collars, Whips and Cow Hides.
April 5, 1845. 31'-3w.
The Undersigned will give instructions on the
PIANO. FORTE AND GUITAR,
In Fayetteville and wfibinity, for three mouths. He
will giveths instructions at the residences of ladies
who may honor him with their patronage.
He will learn a pupil to perform on the Goitar,
accompanied by the voice, in the course of a quar
ter's instructions. ict
His price is $15 per quarter for instructions on
either fnstrnmsnt. He can be found, when not
enarer, at Mr Samuel Mime'.
S m ' CHARLES PETERSILIE.
an blBoaaf mwln stem to Pii
ao cfe&rg made wlUkont savtisCaeUom tm
April 5, imi.
ly inform the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stand recently occupied
by E.J. Clark, on Gillespie
fStrret, 5 doors South of "the
Market Square, where he will
u-rs"-""'m.inufacture and kep con
hand an assortment of
AND - SHEET IRON WARE.
Persons wishing to Durchase would do well tn
call and examine his stock before purchasing else-
wcere, as lie is determined to sell as cheap as any
other manufacturer in-th State.
BAKERS of an entirely new pattern.
ROOFING done in the iastest stvle and br
manner. Also GUTTERING
Aug. 17, 1S44.
FRUIT & CROCKER?
rrJiHL, Subscriber has taken the Store on Hay
street directly opposite his old stand, where
he is now receiving a , -
'STOCK OF GOObS.
! Consisting in part of
Brown, Havana, loaf, crushed, and powdered Su
gars; Tea; Coffee; Pepper, Alldpict; Ginger; Sale
ratus; Starch; Mackerel; Shad; Salmon; Pickles;
Olives; Capers; butter, water, and -soda Crackers;
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 Rappee
Snuff; Sperm Candles; Powder and Shot; Epsom
and table Salts-. Lamp Oil; Blacking; Vinegar;
Madeira, Sherry, and sweet Malaga Wines ; Al
monds, Filberts, and Madeira Nuts; saltpetre; sul
phur; alum; Hrrirrgs; currant and Guava Jelly,
Prunes; Anchovy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
pickled Oysters ; cloves; Cayenne Pepper ; cur
rants; Mustard; Sugar House Molasses; and almost
every article usually called for in a Grocery Storet
which he will sell as low as anv one in the place,
for Cash, or on approved credit. ALSO,
Nov. 91 by! 844- . 298-y.
State of North Carolina Duplin County
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Jan
uary Term, 1845.
Ziloha Pollock vs. hens at law of Wm. Pollock.
Petition for Dower.
IT appearing to the Court that James Walkins
and wife Maria, and Wm Pollock, defendants in
this case, are not inhabitants of thie State, it is
therefore ordered that publication be made for six
weeks in the North Carolinian, a newspaper print
ed in Fayetteville, N. C, for the said defendants to
appear at the next Court of Pleas and Quarter
Session", to be held for tho county of Duplin at the
Court House in Kenansviile, on the 3d Monday in
April next, then and there to plead, answer, or de
mur to said petition, otherwise the same will be ta-k'-n
pro confesso?and heard exparte.
Witness, James Diekson, Clork of our said Court
at office the 3d Monday in January, and 69th
year of American Independence. A D, 1845.
JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
March 15, 1345. 3l6-6t per adv. 83 25.
State of North Carolina Moore county
Court of Pleas and Quatter Sessions Jan
uary Term, 1S45.
Alexander C Curry vs. James C Tyson.
Original Attachment. John Tyson and Wm D
Tyson summoned as Garnishees.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the defendant in this case, James C Tyson, hath
absconded or so conceals himself that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on him, whereupon
it is ordered by the Court that publication be made
for six weeks in the North Carolia an, notifying
said Tyson of the issuing of said attachment, and
requiring him to appear at the next term of said
Court, to be held on the fourth Monday in April,
1845, and then and there replevy and lead, or
judgment by default will be awarded against hm,
and the debts attached will be condemned to the
satisfaction of plaintiff's demand.
Witness, Alexander C Curry, tWk of our said
Court at Office in Carthage, the fourth Monday
in January, A D, 1845, and the 63tb year of
A.C. CURRY, Clerk.
March 22, 1845. 317-6t. per adv S" 25.
And Sojourners in Fayetteville
MR8. C SMITH is still prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or
sojourning in Fayetteville. iler table is alwsys
as. good as the market afiords. She has good sta
bles and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of publie patronage
Her residence is so well known that it needs no de
scription. No exertions will be spared to give
satisfaction. ' '
Feb. !, 1845 31W-tf
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THREE DOLLARS REWARD
Ranaway from the subscriber on Friday night
the 14th insU,un indented bright mulatto girl about
15 years old, slender made, with straight black
hair, by the name ot MAR V ANN BOWEN. It
is supposed she is in the neighborhood of Goodwin
Bow en, a free man of eclor in Bid Jrn county, on
the Wilmington road, about 6 mile below the
West brook Post Office, as her mother, Polly Bowen,
who took her way, declared when she was fairing
a horse and Carryuli for that purpo, that she was
going to Goodwin Bowen's, in Bladen coanty.
The above reward and all reasonable charges will
be paid for returning said g:rl to me, or putting her
into any Jail in this State and giving information
through the Post Office, so that I can get her agai n.
All peisons are cautio.ied against employing, har
boring, or entertaining said girl in any way, as 1
shall prosecute them rigorously according to law.
JOSEPH AREY. .
Marcit 22. 1845. 37-3t.
State of North Carolina Moore county.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Jan
uary lerm, 1845.
James McG:lvary and Thomas B. Tyson vs. Jas.
Origiuttl Attachment. John Tyson summoned as
IT appearing to the satisfaction of thCourt that
the defendant in this cas-e, Jumes C Tyson, hath
absconded or so conceals himself that the ordinary
process of taw cannot be served on him, whereupon
it is ordered by the Court that publication be made
for six weeks in tho North Carolinian, notifying
said Typon of the issuing vt said attachment, and
requiring him to appear at the next term of said
Court, to be held on the fourth Monday in April,
1S45, and then and there replevy and plead, or
judgment by default will be awarded against him,
ajid the dfbts attached will fie condemned to the
satisfaction of plaintill 's demand.
Witness, Alexander C Curry, clerk of our said
Court at Office in Carthage, the fourth Monday
in January, A D, 1845, and the USth year cf
A. C.CURRV, Clerk.
Match 22, 1845. 317-6t. per adv. $3 25.
THE Subscriber has just received late purchases of
from Philadelphia and New York, such as fine
dress silks, alpacas, crape de-pe-rens, and muslin -
de-lains and fine prints, worsted andThibet shawls,
si!k scat Is, crape lace, (white black and blue,)
gymp and gymp cord, white and black dress goods
mourning crapes, extra fine hair pins, with a varie
ty cf head ornaments, long white party gloves, kid
and beaver do.
Also, gentlemen's fine black. and fancy cassi
meres fine black and blue cloths, beet quality of
coat trimmings, together with a general assoitment
of such articles as are usually kepi in dry goods
stores which will be Fold as Sow as can be found
JOHN. D WILLI A MS, -South-West
corner ol market Fquare.
Feb 15, 1845. 312-y
1 20 bags Rio coffee,
10 hhds, molasses,
6 ditto sugar,
With nails, trace chains, hay forks, spades, shovels
pots, ovens, skillets and lids, indigo, madder, Ep
som salts, copperas, Collins' turpentine axes, cut
broad iron, a fine assortment of saddles, cheap.
Aiso, J-iitticKiver osnaburgs and yarns always on
hand at manufacturer's prices. J. U. W.
WO TI C E.
THE Subscribers take this opportunity of return
ing their warmest thanks to their friends and pa
trons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon them ; also for the kind
sympithies manifested to them in the late calamity
in the destruction of th-ir entire Stock of Goods
oh tfie morning of the 19th inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord., and Mr G A
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in givingthem notice, and others in ihe surround
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge of
cannon. Having opened the Store neaily oppo
site, the3 hope soon to resume business, and would
most respectfully solicit the patronageof their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a share of
public patroi.age. They have on hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron, Molasses, Sugar, Smiths'
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, 6 superior Wrought
Iron IMill Cranks. Atao, Anvils, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damaged in the fire, all of which 'hey will sell low
for Cash or Produce. They would also earnestly
request all those indebted to them by note or ac
count to make immediate payment, as it will enable
them to' close their former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. H.& J. MARTINE.
March I, 1845. 314-tf.
They have just receivled, bale superior Bridgeport 3
ply SHne Twine, 3 coils Steam Packing Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Rft Rope, 1 hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls.Trair. Oil, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whitfemore's real Cotton Cards,
Coffee Mills, cast good Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a smali assortment of Swedes and Eng
lish Bar lion ; together with a heavy Stock of flat,
round, and squaie Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in shed joining their Store, but
ELAMi &-- MA1L1L
WOULD inform the public that they have
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J & R M Orrell, and
known as the Yellow Buildings. Having largely
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements in the way of trade,
that will be to the interest of purchasers generally
to give them a call. Their stock will consist in
10 Tons Swedes aad English Iron,
500 lbs. Cast. Blister, and G errnan Steel.
600 Ps. Hollow Ware,
500 the. Bar Lead-,
40 Bags Shot, avsorted,
15 Kegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,
300 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Bnrsx,
1500 lbs. Coppers,
150 lbs Indigo,
1 Cask Salaratus,
50 sides sole Leather,
75 Bags RioCoff,
"JO Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar,
1000 lbs. single and double refined and CoSee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alu do.
Wagon Boxes, Belta, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cines, Hadloek'e Syrup and Powders, Cessta,
Camphor. Castor Oil, Paints, Putty, Drugs, &e..o,
SspC 14, IfrU. V t90
TO lumber: men.
THE Subscribers -having witnessed the very
successful operation of HOTCHKISS'S VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Gral.am's
Mill in Fayetteville, in May and June last, wero
induced to purchase the Right tor the entiro Ssato
of North Carolina, and now offer-individual Rights
for sale on very reasonable terms. They have
now on hand Seventeen full sets 01 Wheels and
have inada arrangements to keep a constant sus-piy-
. . . , ...
Besides being generally adopted In the Northern
States, there are already twelve saws in sucuesrpil
operation la ibis State, and eight others in process
of erection. The astonithrng power and spetd of
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundreds ot
citizens of this State, with universal appprobation.
And we desire all w ho may feel an interest In tbe
subject to exaftiin? the Mills of Arch'd Graham,
Col. Alex'r Murchison, Christopher Munroe, Alex'r
Williams, Arch'd McLaunn. J. McDaniel, John
Code, Mrs. Effy McFudyen, in this County : Col.
John C. McLnuiin, in Richmond Coanty; Thos.
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and Hardy Royal! in
Sampson Coouly ; to each of whom we Refer
for information as to the ;,ractieal operation of thesw
Wheels. . r
Persons who apply soon for Rights oan have
them put up by workmen who have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotchkiss himself.
The Proprietors of the right of this Wheel in the
State of North Carolina have received the follow
ing certificate: - .. -
- Fayetteville, Feb'y S, 1645,
We, the Subscribers, residing in the Countvof
Cumberland and State yf North Carolina, having
oeenengagea in me manufacture ot Lumber tor ma
ny years, feci full v warranted in suiting, that Hot eh
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage of all
mill ownes, hnd that we have full confidence iu
their superiority ; that the value of Mills w'ill be
very much enhanced by their introduction. They
are more durable, and easier kept in order when
properly put together than the common Flutter
Wheel: they will save at least one-third of the
water, and run well in back water when thero Is
a head above. The speed of the Saw is inereafeti
from one-half to double the strokes per minute
- ijr-. V lL.L.J.O.iVI j3,
C. P. MALLETT.
ALEX'R MURCH1SON. .
JOHN C. McLAURIN,
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also received a certificate from Col.
Alexander Murchieon, (which will be published
her a Iter among others in handbill loim,) in which
neepeaus oi tnis as ''tho greatest Improvement
miide on Saw Mills in mr IfaiJ.i V y
his Saw will cut 5000 feet in a day; it actually cut
on the day before he wrote, 4G83 feet of inch,
CLuarter Boards ; makes 240 strokes in a minute;
that one-half of the water is saved; and concludes
by recommending its adoption to Mill owners.
Other certificates, which have teen promise
will be published hereafter,
ALFRED A. McKETHAN.
Fayetteville, March 15, 1845. 316-tf.
The following article from the N. Y. Tribune of
the 4th ult., will show in what estimation these
Wheels are held by the high authority of the Amer
ican Institute : v
From the N. Y. Tribune.
HOTCHKISS'S WATER WHEEL-
This Wheel, after haying been adopted by some
hundreds of mill owners on the Dvleware, Surqus
hannah, and in other lumhenng teoionn, was pre
sented for competition at the late fair of ihe Amer
ican Institute, and there was awarded two prem
iums by different Committees first as the beet
Water Wheel for Saw Mill.; secondly, as being
one of the five best inventions submitted at the
Fair. It has been extensively adopted in the great
pine districts of the South'; and its rapid and
smooth execution, perfect immunity from ice or
back water, and other economies, are securing It a
very general preference. The Inventor is now on
his way south, and may be addressed at Augusta,
Ga., or at his residence, Windsor, Broome coDnty,
N. Y. Its advantages are summed as follows :
1. Tho Vertical Wheel,. when Hsed for Saw
Mills, requires no gearing to produce from 175 to
300 strokes oft he saw per minute.
2. They are as cheaply conslructed as the Mm-
-mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double the busi
ness with the same advantage of tbe water.
3. Back water is no impediment when there is a
4. Ice cannot form on the wheels.
5. They occupy lss space than a Flutter Wheei
6. The increased speed of the saw maks better
lumber, cuts the same distance wilh less resistance
and the saw-dust is freely thrown off, which often
returns with the saw, causing it to bind and heat,
with slow Mill.
7. They can be placed on the shaft, of a eotnm&n
Flutter-Wheel Mill if in good order, and hung up
on the same bearings if sufficiently stroog to sus
tain the power of the wheels.
8. The wheels being of cast iron, will last an a jr.
They also constitute the requisite Fly or Balance
Wheel, securing a uniform motion, in al! parts vf
9. The introduction of mills is reduced To e
plain system, so that if the head of water is known,
the result is a mathematical certainty.
10. Any workman having the pattern, a model,
and table of calculation can adapt mills to any
location with perfect success. .
11. The improved mode of feeding is much ap
proved of by those who have adopted it.
Just received on consignment, the running w.irke
of two four horse Wagons. Also, one four borse
Wagon with cover, Ac. complete, ready for the
road. AH of w hich are warranted rf the best ma
terial and workmanship, and will be sold tow for
JAS. S. GRANT.
March 15, 1845.
Just Received on Consignment
40 boxes No. 1 &oap.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
March 13. 184S. 316-tf
R. W. HARDIE Has jurt re-
ceived a supply ol BLANKS, mostly used b
Clerks, Sheriffs, and Constat Ice pf,BS;
paper and well executed.