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CHARACTER IS A3 IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO IXniVIDUALS; AND THE OLORV OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTY OF ITS CITIZENS.
Volume 6 Number 323
BY IV3I H BAYNE
FAYETTEYILL.E, SATURDAV. MAY 3, ISL
RMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Zr annum, if paid n advance, $2' 50
jf paid at the end of six months 3 00
at the end of the year 3 5q
Hates of Advertising I
Sixty cents per squ ire for the first, and thirty cents
fure.mii subsequent insertion.
Advertising bv the year .vill be charged according
to til's 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 tht City ofJSeio York.
Agency O'Jice, Wells Building, 02 Wall st.,
Andrew C 13 n edict,
Frederick W. Pavp ,
J tin Skillnun,
Abi'us T. Boskerck,
Sam I H. Chipp,
C1.U-. O. Handy,
L : unci Richan'son ,
W t nl. Will t-
LtlVIUEL IMLTI ARDSON, Prs't.
AvOHEW 15. I IoiG SfC'l V.
WASHING TON L'Jri L', Ag'mt, Sew York.
THE V i Vi-'i i".r JZ Fire I inram e Company,
bavin iiicorit. mited bv an acl t the Legisla-
tur9 of th SUte of New York, for the purposes
of Fir I iimriMW. the Directors otTer to Insure their
IelIo.v-citiz.en-i throughout the United State
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
ill fJ uldins, Good- and AiT'liiitiflise, and rer
ouil Pronertv '"nn?ru:i r. assuriu-r them that the
aTiirs oi tin Company. s!ia!l !u conduct.' d with
si Mf!i f-iirne, can hr an i liberality as they tru-it
wi 1 ntis!-i ;t it) p riliir i-.i!ifi Jnce ana pat ronajjf.
The S'lhcr ibtr, Ageut for the above Cum
pmv. will give any ftrther information that may
h r dc-dred bv those who wish t' Insure.
JAMES MARTI NrE, Aeent,
Feb. S, 1815.
N 0 T ICE.
TAKEN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland count-,
N. C, on Sunday, the Cth day
of January, 1845, a negro man
who says hl3 name ia SIMON,
anil says that h-i waa sold in
Charleston) to a man by the name
cf Mclvenzi?, and was carried t Al ibam t or Geor
gia .-:vl tli'Te left his matter. Said nejri vvhsfor
utrrU t'r- P'- ' ty of Btj i mi n Gas of Camdtrn,
y. C. an 1 was taken trom this pl..co last F' bru::ry
by Mr Gts. Said noirro is aluvit r fe't 4 inch -5
liit'i, d.irk complex i on . and about 45 or 'y) yearn of
aj;-. Tiie own'T of :iid neuron h Tehy notifi.'.!
tit Of; forward, prove proper V, p? V chursies, a:d
takv turn aw;vf or h wili b-i dealt vi-!i affording
t,la.v. W. L. CALLAI V, Jailor.
.Fa .. '2, 131.). 310-tf.
UO U XT V'7 II AUDI E
-x Mil uara iKJat essu turns
J ?f W1NQ I .catfJ tm.w.-lt in Fayetteville, on
JlS. Htya reet, 3 d ior- Iron Mr Halo's fionlc
Jlore, W'U keep co:i3t.fntlv on hand a gem-rul ;is-
j.rt'1'.s it of Co ks and stationery. Ho invites the
,)u!dicto c i i i a ul naini no his selections, whether
jui.ro I -i of p tlfh:iS!0g O-- 11 of.
Ce ng a Uoo'vbind.;r, and prov i-Jetl with acomplete
pHf of lo'jls and apparatus, lie i- proriared to execute
ali hi. ids of bimlin-, f'om the itunet to thu most
c-iS 'ly .
II. s soIicHs t'c p;tronai;e of his fellow citizer.sof
Faj'rticville anil the surrounding eoun'ry.
Nov. -iii, 13 11. 2G!-y-
BUSHELS OF AallES, imme
dia'el v, for s hieh a fiir pi ice will he
SPRING & SUMMER
HE subscribers are now rec-tivin Irrni New
York and Philadeli'h'n, a laree and sr lendid
stock of STAPLE AND FANCY
Consi:ing of !-up-ifiae Cloths and Cassimeres,
nrtd a Iare assotnunt f Prints, LJalz n i-ies and
Silks, very hanil3-rita ; H .niuaii.)- s and Alpacas ;
ricu Ca.nelion Shawls ; black and colored Kid
Glovr; Silk M itts of all quali ties ; gf-nilrtiuen's
Htin Scarfs and Cravats ; Silk and Marseilles
Vesting; Dmp-de-fa, Gamoroons and Linen ; S li;
Hfse and half Hose; Si!.: II inHke chif U; superior
Needles and Pins ; bleached and brown Slvrtmss ;
Umbrellas, Parasols and Sun Shades; Straw, Flor
ence, in J Lawn Counetts ; Bonnet and cap Rib
bons; Palm Leaf, Lilhorn and Panama Hats; also
fashionable I-:aer Hots.
3000 pairs SHOES & BOOTS,
assorted; antl a great many other articles in the dry
Goods line, too tedious to mention. As lho above
Goods were purchased at red need pries, wc will
sell veiy low. Those wishing to purchase will
u'.ease ca'l and examine our Goods and prices.
g. &; n. McMillan
March tif), 1845. 3l8-6w.
State of N. Carolina Cumberland comity
Court of rieas $ Quarter Sessions JMarci
Aretiibal J McMay vs. the Heirs at Law of Mary
I3el isle, deceased.
H"1 appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Vh f,tlowin;, persons, heirs at law of Marv
Kehsieidtc,d t wjt. John Fs4rreIJ William H
;n. ,etol, and the heirs cf Silvy Oglesbv, are not
lawca ftl,isS!ate nndtheuBiial process of
edthatD10-16 "rvetl on them; it is therefore order
; ik. v,,hl'c,)tion be made for six successive weeks
a newspaper published in
.iA.n. , yeuev'He, requiring the aid non
ti ll h,lV?nrP?tCar at lhe nt te.m of this Court,
i vWnX' Cumberland at the
?n ill Zt Fry"ville, on the first Mondav
M R I I h,ew cause why the land, of
Mary BeI.Sl, deceased, which descended to them,
2 T hi T "fe Plantiff'. claim.
flS M.cLf.? r'n; C,kof said Court at
An tnJ,ye(teilJZ'he fir8t Monday of March
A.D., 1845, and 69th of American fndepen-
iTn.o JOHN McLAURIS. Clk.
April 12, l845.320-6t. pr adv. 33 25.
A fb bbls. PRIME extra large Yellow
Planting IRISH POTATOES, jnt re
ceived and for aale by H ALL & BALL.
Fob. 1. 310
Gardner & SScKletliaii,
HAVE lately made considerable improvem nt in
their stvl of Work, and itave now on hand a G-iN
ERAL' ASSORTMENT, ;onsirin2 of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for tlegance of shape and finish, and dura
bilitv, will compare w ith any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to cail
and examine our work, as we have determined to
seM LOW for Cah, or approved notes.
ri.-ivinir in our employ firt rate Smi'hs, we are
prepar' d to do any Iron work in the above line on
We warrant ail our work to be of good ami faith
ful woi k m-i nrhip and innteria.1?, for one year.
tCZr REPAIRING faithfully extcuted at short
notice, and on reasonable lemn.
Faye'tf-vdle, Februarys, 1845. y.
G (Joz. rceii hzed FLOWER TOTS.
G " la.od PICKLE JARS with covers-
Feb. C, 1811. 311-tf.
Forward ins and Commission
II 0 U S E.
WOULD inform the .nejeuants of I he interior
that, thev have in conn ction with the gen
eral grocery business, added that of the Forward
iuT; and havinsr lar'"1 arid emmodious Ware
housson t!ie bank ofthc River, are prepared to
rf-ce v an-' forward Goods upon ueh torm js will
dt.-i'v ail competition, our cliarge and expenses be
in one-third less on the freight b.U than any olhc
house in t he place.
All Good-: shipped to G. W. Davis of Wilming
ton, for the interior, and not otherA-iae directed, wi!!
be found in our possession.
Aug. 17, 1311. 271-tf.
W. PHI OH.
For sole by
Feb. 15, 1345. 312-6U
LARGE asporrment .,f C RO'JK ER Y, GLASS,
CHINA, S i ON!-, AND Q.U i'ENS W Ali E, com
prising Dinner. Tea, Coffee, and Chamber Sets,
toetht:r with almost vtrv ait'de in thftt line.
'2.0 rratcs .Tsoited for the Country trade.
6 duz-m Flower P ts.
G fliito Pickle Jars, wit''! ei.v-"r.
Feb'y li5, 145.
HAS on h irs 1 at tho Wagon Yard, for HIRE,
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
a view . f accommodatir g persons w ishing passage
to anyol the neiijlibniing Towns.
. April J, 1845."
RANAWAY from Mr James
McDidiie, on the 7th of Decrm
ber !ast,mv ncirro man AUCHY
Lie the property of A. B' b e
fh-cM. Ihi is about 5 feet S or I
inchfs b'gh, has a long smooth
black face, with full prominent
eves and is lame in one of his
38SIS23S3S5 la s. He is supposed to he lurk-
ins about Favetfeville, N. C. A reward cfS' O
v.il! be paid f-jr him if taken and lodged in any Jail
in this Sia'e, or $25 if taken and lodged in Jaii in
any o'her of the Stat-, s, so that I can 'i th m aam.
J. M. STRONG,
Fayetiev Ve, N. C, April 12, 1815.
r A r,rn 1v IS In. 3-20-tf
thos. j. mims,
Agent of the Lafayette Livery Stables,
RESPECTFULLY inform the public, that he
has a supply of excellent Saddle and Harness horses
to HIRE ; al?o, two Sulkies, one Bugsy, and will
in a few days have two more splendid Buggies to
hire, on the' follow ing terms :
For Horse, per day, SI CO
Busev," " 75
Sulkev," " 50
Horse" and Buggy.or SulKcy, I 50
Horses will oe boarded on the following terms:
Board, prr day, SO 50
month, 1;1 00.
. year, 25 0-1
A two horsft Carnage kept for the accommoda
tion of those who my want passage to any p ace
offofjlhe re2u?ar s,aSe lines. , .
The Subscriber's rxDeriencein the above busi
ness, together with his complete f lock of Horses
and Vehicles, will enable him to give Uul satislac
tion to all his patrons. .
Orders lor Horses and Conveyances will be at
tended to, if left at the Lafayette Hotel.
T. J. MIMS, Ag't.
April 11, 1845. 320-y.
JUDGMENTS & EXECUTIOSS ;
OF ALL SORTS,
For sale at the Carolinian Office.
CLARK & McOALEUM,
HAVING removed tlieir Tailoring Establishment
from l!:e:r late Shcip to the building formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Cofer, ncar'.y opposite to the
Lal;tyett Hotel, on Hay street, respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that thev wi'l continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
must approved and fashionable manner. They
return their thanks for the liberal share of business
they have received, and pledge them?elve3 to merit
a continuance of if, by strict attention and nkiil.
Lalf:tt f;siiions regularly received from New York.
Dec 14, 1814. ' 203-tf.
FTT1TJE suberit)t r offers for sale ONE HUN
JL DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayetteville (N.C.) Candle Factory ,V
and warrantcv qu:il if n.jt superior to Colgate's
best No. I.
Bei ir determined fo !evot.e all nccessa. v atten
tion to the business, and oirrinir it at a reduced
price, (5 cnts a pound hv the box,) he hopes to
receive ' a due share of public patronage. -
idr A II orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. MeXAY.
FavfftteviiU, May 21,341
lOO.OOO Acres Va lublc
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Dubois, dee'd.,
lying principally in Robeson county, and on both
sides of Lumber River, the diff-rent surveys con
taining ovr ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a 1 Hire part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, wh're a large quantity
of Timber is now raited to the Georgetown mar
ket. These lands are vt-rv valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a large
part is well suited, being m a region where ihe
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section of the Staif. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in qun'ities to suit purchasers.
Information a -peetiu the tille can be obtained
bvappUinjrto the Hon. Robert S trans', James C
Dobbin, E.-q., A A T South, E.-q., (Attorneys nt
1 understand th'-re are many trespassers on these
land, to all of whom notice is hereby 2'iyn, that
tiio law will be enforced aaint a!luch offenders.
Application f r any part of the Lands can be
myself, or to Jonn vv ms:ow, Esq., who
will be duly au.'horiz d to make ?:.la cf the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayet'evfile, N. C, March 1, 1845. 314-tf.
State of JJorth tJaroiinn Cumberlautl'ffeouutv.
Malt om R. Carmichac 1, Adinnnst'r of John Ray;
Michae l Carmichael in hi; own right, and thai ot
his wife Alary, and hi-s said wifh Mary, Archibald
Co'quhoun and wife Flora, and Christian, Flora,
John, Joseph, and Catharine Carmichael by t'nir
guardian and next friend Malcolm R. Carmichael,
Archit'ald liov, Adin'r. of John Ray, Anus Ray,
Janies Ray. J.-hn Rav, Daniel iay, fcltTy Roy, and
Catharine Ray, and John, Alary Ann, Lauchlin,
Archibald and Duncan Colquhcun.
IT appearing by the affadavit of the complain
ants that Catharine Ray, John Ray, Daniel Ray,
and John, Mary Ann, Lauth in, Archibald and
Duncan Colqohoun. are not inhabitants of this
State, publieation is t her tore ordered to be made
for six weeks in the North Can linir.n, for the ab
sent defendants to make their personal appearance
at the Court of Equity, to bo held for the county of
Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on
the 6th Monday after tiie 4th Monday in March,
1345, th'-n and th"ie to plead, answer, or demur, or
the said bill wi;l be taken as confessed and heard
exparte as to them.
Witness, Arch'd A T Smith, Alster of our said
Court of Equity at office, the 7th Monday after
the 4th Monday- in September, 1344.
ARCH'D A T SMITH, C. M.E
March 29, 1815. per Adr. $3 25.
"NEW AND CHEAP
Has just received by the last ar
rivals from the North, a large- and splendid assort
Anions whioh are Balzorines, Batiiste, French
Lawn, printed Muslin and Jaeontts, 1543 pieces
Calieoes, 192 ps fri-di Linen, Lawns, Di;ipers,
Table C;oth and Linen Cambric, 'Handkerchiefs,
block and colored Si Iks, Silk M its. Gloves, Cam
bric and Bobinet Lace and E !g-ng, superfine
C!oth, Casimeres, Vesting?, Kentucky Jeans,
Nankeers, Kip?kin Slippers, C-4 to 3-4 bit ache )
and brown Sti rling and Sheeting, Boot?, Shoe,
Sic, all of whieh being purchased for cash by the
package at public and private sale, will be offVred
bv wholesale or retail at low prices for cash, or on
time to punctual customers.
March 20, 1345.
CI I E A P FO Jt CASH ONLY
W. (r. BIATTHEWS
IS now receiving- his SPRING and SUMMER
Gr O O I S,
Of the latest and most fashionable styles, consist
ing of new and fashionable Goods foj Ladies'
Dresses, such as Cobaitines,Organdies, Charlatir.es
and Barages; Black, colored, figured ant Salin
stripe Batzorines; Pans blue Chine ditto, ami a
variety of other new styles. Also, super blue-blcek
and black Bombazines, De-Iains and Alpacas;
Ptinted and Luce Stripe Lawns; Muslins and Jaco
For Gentlemen Cassiraers; Drap-d-Ete; Linen
Drillings and Gambroon; Vestings; Neck Haad
kerch efs, and superfine Satin Scait's.
Al.ro, Ladies and Gent'eraen,s black and colored
Gloves, (prime articles:) white and black Sdk
Gloves and Alius; Linen and Cotton ditto; Ladies
fine plain and hem stitch Handkerchiefs, (Thread
Cambric;) log-ther with Straw Goods of all de
scriptions, Napoiitan, Lace and Hair Bonnets,
(latest Spring fashion;) Bonnet Rtbbonsand FJ'w.
ere, of the finest kind; fine Uaskets; Silk Cravats
and Point?; and a variety of other Goods not men
tinned. Call son and see, a tht above Goods
will be sold at the lowest Cash prices. CTNorth
East corner of Mark et Square.
April 5, 1845, 319-6
ly inform the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
geneially, that he has taken
the stand recently occupied
by E. J. Clark, on Gillespie
iss;aS3r Street. 5 floors S.-ijjtli nf th
s&3&iz-Zjf Alarket SGuare. where hi will
. 'manufacture and kevp con-
star.tly on hand an assortment of
TIN AND SHEET IRON VARE.
Persons wishing to purchaie would do well to
call and examine hisstock before purchasing else
where, as heis determined to sell as cheap us any
other manufacturer in th". State.
B AKEltS of an entirely new pattern.
ROOFING done in th Nteet style, and best
manner. Also GUTTE RING.
Aug. 17, 1344. 26 1 -v.
FHXTIT 8c CROCKERY
THE Subscriber has taken the Store on Hay
street directly opposite his old stand, whore
he is now roeeivinj? a
STOCK OF GOODS.
Consisting in part of
Brown, Havana, loaf, crushed, and powdered Su
gnis; Tea; Coffee; Pepper, AlU-pict; Ginger; Sale
ratus; Starch; Mackerel; Shad; Salmon; Pickles;
Olives; Capers; butter, water, and soda Crackers;
Cheese; Pepper Sauce; Camphor; Indigo; Casia;
Nutmegs, Citron; Mace; Sweet and Castor Oil;
chewing and smoking Tubaccu; Principe and Ha
vana Scgars; Scotch, Maccoboy, and Rappee
Snuff; Sperm Candles; Powder and Shot; Epsom
and table Salts.,; Lamp Oil; Blacking; Vinegar;
Madeira, Sherry, and sweet Malaga Wires ; Al
monds.Fiiberts, and Madeira Nuts; saltpetre; sul
phur; nliiin; Herrings; currant and Guava Jelly,
Prunes; Anchovy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
p'ckled Oysters ; cloves; .Cavenne Pepper; cur
rants; Mustard; Sugar Huse Molasses; and almost
every ?ri icle usual ly called for in a Grocery Storet
which he will sell as low as anv ona in the place,
for Cash, or on approved credit. ALSO,
Nov. 3th, 1344. 29S-v.
c o m a 5
o S a & b-
c. 1 t a go
And Sojourners in FayetteviJlc
5IRS. E. SMITH is still prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelli ng throujyhor
sojourning in Fayetteville. Her table is always
as good as tho market affords. She has good sta
bles and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so w 11 known that it needs no de
scription. No exertions will be sarcd to give
Feb. I, 1845. 3!(j-tf.
D. & W. MCLAURIN
A RE now receiving from New York and Phila
JL. delphia in part, the following
SPRLVG AXD SU 31 31 Eli
Cambrics, Musrlins, plaid Silks, Lawn, Irish and
Brown Linens, Shirtings and Sheetings, white and
brown Hose and naif Hose, purple, black, and
fncy colored Victoria Prints, Gambronns, Nan
kins, Marseille?, silk, and blick satin Vesti'igs,
fine, plain, and figured Silk Cravats, Suspnndeis,
superior Ntedh-s and Pins, black, blue, irern, and
invisible jrreen (ioth, plain and fancy seasonable
Cnssu'r.eres, fashionable Hat, Shoes and Bonnets,
some verv fins.
50 Bags Rio Coffee,
l0 do. Laoira and Java,
8 Hhds. St. Croix, P. Rico and N O Sugars,
10 Hhds. Molasses,
30") Sacks Salt,
5 Tons Swedes Iron, &.e. &c.
Together iriik Hardware, Cutlery and Crock
try ; ivith fine Liquors and Wiues of
We are confident that the qualities of the Goods
will please, and are determined that the prices
shali be satisfactory to those who call.
D. &. W. McLAURIN.
April 19, 1845. 321 -y.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
For tha town of Fayetteville, is prepared to attend
to the sa'a ot any oods which may. be entruatd to
, Consignments from abroad will be promptly at
April 19, ISIS. 3Sl-y.
5- 3 5 C3 Br f. CO
2. re S 1, " " S ' if !
s. j-n --ot;u w re crj
rg?2 5. W
-3 S3 EST 5S- S y
- . - &3 3 V J
"X 5 2 IPS -.
s " 2 2 r- g 00
n - E3 2 a f
IHE PUBLIC HOUSE at Liberty Point is
now open tor the receution of Travellers,.
The proprietor will use his best endeavors to ren
der the sojourn aareeabie to all who mav give him
a call. " JAMES FOS TER.
Fayetteville, April 19, 1845. 321-Im.
THREE DOLLARS REWARD
Ranaway from the subscriber on Friday nighi
the 14!h inst.,an indented bright mulatto sjvi about
15 years old, slender made, with straight black
hair, by the name of MARY ANN BO WEN. It
16 fmpposi d she is in the neighborhood cf Goodwin
Bowen, a free man of color in Blao'rn count-, 011
the Wilmington road, about 6 miles below the
Wi stbrook PostOffice.as h-r mother, Polly Bowen,
who took her away, declared when ihe was hiring
a hors and Carryall for that purpose, that she was
iroing to Guodnin Bontn's, in Biadtn county.
The ab ve reward and ali rearonablc charges will
be paid for returning said girl to mej or putting her
into any Jail in Ibis State :;iid giving information
throuah th- Pust Office, so that I can et her ai n.
All persons are cautioned against employing, har
boring, or entertaining said girl in any vay, as 1
shall prosecute them rigorously aecordins to low.
arcii 22, 1S45.
THE Subscriber take this opportunity of relum
ing their wurmest chunks to their friends and pa
trons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage bi stowed upon them; also for the kind
syrnp itmes manifested to them in the late calamity
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on the morning of the lPth insf.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord., and Mr GA
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kin Jness
in giving them notice, and others in the surround
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge of
cannon. Having opened the Store neatly oppo
site, they 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 patronage. They have on hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron, Molasses, Sugar, Smiths'
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, 6 superior Vrought
Iron IMill Cranks. Also, Anvil, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damaged in the hro, all of which .hey will sell low
tor Cash or Produce. They would a!?o earnest I v
request all those indebted to them by note or ac
count to make immediate payment, as it will enable j
them to close their former business nnd recom- j
mence.and hope those indebted will take the eailiest
oppoitu!)it v to settle their accounts.
J. H. & J. MARTINE.
March i, 1845. 314-tf.
They have juat received, bale superior Bridgfpoit 3
Twine, 3 cods Steam P icking Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Raff Rope. 1 l.hd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, SO bh!s. Trair. Oil, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whittemore'a real Cofson Cards,
Coffee M ills, cast good Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with r small assortment of Swedes and Eng
lish Bar lion ; together with a llfarv Stock of flrt,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in shed joining their Store, but
AIEi &, HAILIi
OULD inform the public that they have
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J & R M Onell, and
known as the Yellow Buildinss. Having largtly
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they ore
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
pai t rf
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,
15 Kegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,
300 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs. Copperas,
150 lbs Indigo,
I Cask Salaratus,
50 sides sole Leather,
75 Baas Rio Coffee,
10 Hhds. Porto Rico Susar,
1000 lbs. single and double refined nnd Coffee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
VYairon Boxes, Bellows, icrs, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery. Patent Medi
cines, Hadiock'a Syrup and Powder, Cassia,
Camphor, CatorOil, Paints, Puttv, Drugs, &e. fcc,
Sept. 14, 1814. 290
Mik F0R RENT
THE tw- storv frit rriA tu.o!tir nn H... n...ni
- - - - ' . . ..... u "Mill!- .1. . ..L I . I If I I I I j
near the U. S. Arsenal, now occupied bv Mr G W
Rose, will be f.r rent from and after thcSth of May
next. For terms apply at thia Office.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
MAS just r.cei.ed h-r SPRING STOCK OF
GOODS, consisting cf Siik, Ribbons,
Artificial Flowers, Engiish Lacp, Misses superior
Straw nnd Modina Bonnets, assorted Gimp Cords,
Bugle Nfcklacs, hair pins, white satin beads, &.c.
&c, which will he sold low for cash, or to punctual
April 19, 1315. 32l-3t.
JOHN ID STARK
HAS received hv the lits arrivals from New rk,
hi stock of SPRING and SUMMER
Comnrisins a large and extensive asrortmnt ot
Drv Goods, Hardware end Cutlery, Hats, Bonnets,
Shoes, UmbruMas, Parasol, Cotton e.d Wool
Cards, writing and wrapping P-ir, Coffee and
Sugar, Drug9 and Medicines. &c. .c, we?! worthy
Ibe attention f country Merchants which wit! be
offered low prices for cistin' country produce.
JOHN D STARR.
April 19. 1343. , - ,
CLOVER SEED- "
fctflMfh Lb- RED CLOVER SEED,
OHJVMV For sale by
April 19, - GEO. M cN EI LL.
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscribers, having w itnes-ed the very
successful operation of HOTCHKISS'S VERTI
CAL W ATER "VYHEELS, at Archibald Graham's
Mill in Fayetteville, in May and June last, ers
induced to purchase the Right lor the entire S;at
if North Carolina, and now offer individual Rights
for sale on very reasonable terms. They hava
now on hand AV vei. let n full sets of Wheel j, and
have made arrangements to keep a constant sup
ply. "BcshJeH being generally adopted in the oithr,
States, there are already twelve raws in soccstff'il
tpr-raiioti in tbis State, and eight osiers in prce3
ot'erec'ion. The astonishing power and sperd of
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundreds ot
citizens of this State, with universal appprotation.
And wc desire all who may fori an interest in tha
subject to- examine the Mills of Arch'd "Graham,
Col. Alex'r Murchisnn, Chiistopher Mumoe, Alex'r
Wiliiam, Arch'tl McLaurin, J. McDaniel, John
Cade, Mr". Efiy Mi Faden, in lhis County ; Col.
John C. McLaurin, in Richmond Count v;Tbo,
C. Smith in Bladen County ; nnd Hardy RoyaM in
umpson County; to each of whom we Befur
for information as to the practical operation of lhc
Persons who apply soon for Rights can have
Ihem put up by workmen who have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotchkiss himself.
The Proprietors of the right cf this Wheel in tho
State of North Carolina, have received the follow .
Fayetteville, Feb'y 3, Jfe45,
We, the Subscribers, residing in the County of
Cumberland and State cf North Carolina, having
been encased in the manufactuieof Lumber for ma
ny vears, feel fuilv warranted in stntinir, that Hotth
kiss's VERTICAL WATER. WHEELS, and
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage of all
mill owners, and that wo have full confidence in
their superiority ; that the value of Mills will be
very much enhanced by their introduction. They
are more duriible, and easier kept in order when
properly put together than the coxinon Flutter
Wheel: they will save at least one-third of tha
water, and run well in LRck water when there i
a head above. The ppeed of the Saw is inorsated.
from one-half to double the strokes per minute.
DUNCAN M UN ROE,
CHRISTOPHER M UN ROE,
C. P. MALLETT.
JOHN C. McLAURIN.
TI I OM A S C . S M IT H,
They have also rec ived a certificate from Col.
Alexander Murcfmon, (which will bo published
hereafter among others in handbill form,) ia which
he. speaks of I hit aa "the greatest improvement
made on Saw Mills in my his time says that
his Saw will cut 5000 feet in a day ; it eaiually cut
uiiti.o l-y lfi-rn Km Wrole. .1f;. J tect Ot II inch
Q.uurter Boards ; makes 210 Mrokes in a minic;
that one-half of the water is saved; and concludes
by recommending its adoption to Mill owner.
Other certificates, which ha vo been prumjja
will be published hereafter,
DUNCAN McNEILL, -ALFRED
FayetfMille, March 15, 1845. 316-tf.
The following article from the N. Y. Tribune of
the 4th ult., u ill how in what estimation thes
Wheels are held by the high authority of the Amer
ican Institute :
From the N. Y. Tribune.
HOTCHKISS'S WATER WHEEL.
This W heel, afti r haying been adopted bv soma
hundreds cf mill owners on the Di leware, 8ufque
hannuh,and in oilier lumbering legions, was pre
sented lor competition at tho late lair of the Amer
ican Institur-, and there was awarded two prem
iums by different Committees first as thu hurt
Water Wheel for Saw Mil!; secondly, as being
one of tho five best inventions submitted at the
Fair. It has been extensively adopted in the g rest
pine districts of the South ; and its rapid and
smooth execution, perfect immunity from ice or
back water, and other economies, are securing it m
very general preference. " The Inventor is now on
his way south, and miy be addressed at Augusts,
Ga., or at his residence, Windsor, Broome county,
N. Y. Its advantage are summed as follows :
1. The Vertical Wheel, when used for Saw
Mills, requires iu gearing to produce from 1 75 to
300 strokes of the saw per minute.
2. Thy are as cheaply constructed as the com
mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double tha busi
ness with the same ndvantuge of the water.
3. Back water is no impediment when there is a
4. Ice cannot form on the whe!e.
5. They occupy less space than a Flutter Wheel
6. The increased speed of the saw makes bttr
lumber, cut" the sau.e distance with less resistance
and the saw-dust is freely thrown ofT, which often
returns with the saw, causing it to bind and heat,
with slow Mills.
7. They can be placed on the shaft, of a common
Flutter-Whrr.I Mill if in good order, and bung up
on th". taiiie bearings if sufneientfy strong to sus
tain the power of the wheels.
8. The wheels being of caft iron, will last an age.
They alio constitute the requisite Fly or Balance
Wheel, securing a uniform motion, in all parts of
9. Tho introduction of mills is redied to a
plain system, so that If the head of watf r is known,
the result is a mathematical certainty.
10. Anv workman bavin the patterns, a inodoi.
and table of calculation, can adapt mills to any
location with perfect success. ,
1 1. The improved mode of feeding Is much ap
proved of by thus" wbo have adopted it.
Just received en consignment, tha running works
of two four horse Wagon 3. AUo one fenr ho.sa
Wa?;on with cover, &c. complete, ready far the
road. All of which are wammted t the hai' ma
teria! and workmanship, ar.d will be sold low for
JA3. S. GRANT.
March 15, 1845. 316-tf.
Just Received on Consignment,
40 boxes No. 1 foap.
A. M. CAMFDZIX.
March 15, 1S45. 316-tf.
B L A N K..S.
R. W. HARDIE Has just re-
raived a supply ot BLANKS, west! y used by
Clerk. Sheriffs, and ConstaMes, prints
paper and well esecated.