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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO INOiriDUALS; AND THE GLORY OP THE ST4TV i
GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTV OF ITS CITIZENS."
BY WM H BAYNE
TERMS OP THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annum, if paid in advance, $2 5q
if paid at th end of six months 3 Oq
at the end of the year 3 5g
Rates of Advertising :
Sixty cent per square for 'he first, and thirty cents
for each subsequent insertion.
Advertising hy the year will be charged according
to thes quantity of matter inserted.
(3urt advertisements, &c, 'J5 per cent higher.
IN D E M N I T Y
Against loss or damage by Fire.
SHE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
CAP IT A Is $ 1 0 5 ,000.
Office in Grand near First Street, Williams
burg, opposite the City qf JYeiv York.
Agency Office, Wvll Duilding, 62 fall st.,
CI RECTORS i
Christian Zabriskie, Abr'm T. BosWrck, :
Andrew C Benedict, Francis Stcinheil,
Frederick W. Favofc, , Saml EI. Cl:ipp,
Jeremiah Johnson, , Join Leagetf,
John Skillman, Chas. O. Handy,
Smi f. Wil lets, Lemuel Richardson ,
.LliMlJKL RICHARDSON, Prcs't.
Andrrv B. Hodges, Sec'ry.
WASHINGTON POST, Agent, New York.
. THE Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company,
having been incorporated by an act of the Legisla
tor of the State of New York, for the purposes
of F ire Insurance, the Directors ofler to Insure their
fellow-citizens ihrnughout the United States
Against' IjOss or Damage by Fire,
On Building:, Goo-lt and Merchandise, and Per
sonal Property generally, assuring thorn that the
afiirs of the Company, shall be conducted with
8uc.li fairness, candor an-l. liberality as they trust
will entitl i it to public confidence ana patronage.
The Subscriber, Agetit for the above Com
pany, will give any fuither information that may
be J'Joircd by those who wisii to Insure.
JAM ES MAR TINE, Agent,
11a v Street.
Feb. 8, 1845. 3ll-tf.
ROBERT A. STUART
HAS removed to the Store on Prison street, re
cently occupied by Col. S. T. Haw ley and neatly
opposite the Cape Fear Bank, win re he can supply
the wants of all his cue turners in the
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY LINE.
'ALSO, a choice supply of Foreign Liquors
8 doz. Stuart & McOar)' Old Port Winn.
April '26, 1315. 3:i-tf.
TfMto BUSHELS OF ASHES, immc
PWJr diatel v. for which a f i r price will be
March 9, S44.
W. M.-.L. McKAY.
State of N. Carolina- Cumberland county.
Court of 1' leas Quarter Sessions JMarcli
Archibald McKay vs. the Heirs at Law of Alary
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
lb.: following person.-, heirs at law ot Mary
Belisle, dre'd, to wit: John Parrel!, William H
Wheaton, and the heirs of Silvy Oglesby, are not
inhabitants of this State, and the oeual process of
l.tw cannot be served on them; it is therefore order
edthat publication be made for six successive weeks
in the North Carolinian, a newspaper published in
the town of Fayetteville, requiring the said non
residents to appear i t the next teim of this Court,
to bo h Id tor the county of Cumberland at the
Court House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday
J!! J M Tl ? next, and shew cnuse whythc lands of
Mary B-dish, d.-eeased, which descended to them,
srioulii not be sold to satisfy the plantifPs claim.
Witness, John McLnurin, Clerk of said Court at
Oflk-R in Payc'tevilh-.the first Monday of March
A. D., 1845, and 69rl of American Indepen
dence. JOHN M cL AUUI N , Clk .
Apiil 12, IS 15. 320-6t. per adv. S 25.
rifllll subscriber ii n.w receiving:, at the new
Jl Brick Store, (n the north side nf liny street,
at'joitvtns the t;tir! of Missis C. T. Ilaigh &. Son,)
New Stock of Staple and Fancy
fltirtsi-tinii in pdrt of blU'-, wool -dyed blut k, and
invisible Kt"-' Clolh. black and fancy Cnssiraeres;
Mrrino ditto ; su-nmer Cloths; Dmp-de-te; Gam
hroons; Kentuck V Jeans; Georoja Nankins; Bro-n
Linens and Diiins ; IHh L'.nen ; a lare and
haw e ussortment of Prints ; Printed Muslins
pd Lawn-; Balzorines; Lupinas; Victorias; black
wnd figured Silks; B.shop Lawns; Jaconet, Swiss,
riai.i'indH'wk Muslins; lancy filk Shawl, and
Points; Silk and Kid Gloves; rot ton and lk Hose;
Gimps and Giuip Cords; Cords and Tassels ; Cap
l Bonnet Ribbons ; silk and cotton Handker
chiefs ; brown and bleached Shirting and Shet
ins ; lied Ticks ; Stocks and Cravats ; Linen
I'usomi and Collars.
Also, a soot! assortment of Fur,
Wool. Sc Palm Leaf HATS ;
Straw and Florence Bonnets ; silk and cotton Um
hrsllas ; Parasols aud Shades; Shoes; Buttons and
Thcte Goods were selected with ?reat care by
the subscriber, and are offeree! at wholesale and re
tail, for CASH, or on time to punctual dealers.
Country merchants will find it to their interest to
oll and examine the stock.
Fayettcville. April 19, IS45. 321 -8w.
WE have received our Stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS, consisUns of a
large Slock of
Hardware, Hats, Slioes, Gro-
. : " - A x ceries, &.c- - -
"Which' we will sell at the lowest market price.
PETER P. JOHNSON & CO.
May 3, 1845. ;. 333-3w.
- - Juat received from New York an assortment of
fiam double and sincle brim - JUeUorn Hata, and
about SQ ton Fla Lmf Hata. tor aallow by
' ":: April ii; IM;vt?t?;-IfvC
Gardner c IMEcKetlian,
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
their stylo of Work, and have now on hand a GN
ERAL ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved notes.
Having: in our employ first rate Smiths, we are
prepared to do any lion work in the above line on
W e warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful workman hip and materials, for one year.
ICT REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
Fayutteville, February 8, 1 345. y.
Forwarding' and Commission
II 0 U S E.
H.A.X.X. & HALL
WOULD inform tiie ineichants ot the interior
that thin- have in connection with the gen
eralgroccry business, added that of the For ward -in;
and having laro 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, our charges and expenses bo
ini; one -third less on the freight bills than any other
houe 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.
Any. 17, 1844. 274-tf.
A LARGE assortment ..f CKOCKEll Y, GLASS,
CHINA, STONE, AND Q.UEENS WARE, com
prising Dinner, T-a, Codec, and Chamber Sets,
together with almost every aiticle in that line.
20 crates asBoifed for the Country trade.
C dozen Flower Pot,
u ditto Pickle Jars, with covers.
Fcb'y 15, 1845. 312 y,
II AS on hun J at the Watson Yard, for HIHE.
HORSES A NO BUGiKS.
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
a vie w of accommodating persons wishing passage
to nnvol the neighboring Towns.
April 1, 1845. 310-tf.
TSOS. J. MIMS,
Agent of the Lafaijclle Licery Stables,
RESPECTFULLY inform the public, that he
has a snoply of excellent Saddle and Harness horses
to HIRE ; al.-o, two Sulkies, one Bti.v, and will
in a few days h.iv.i two more splendid Buggies to
hire, on tlu following terms :
For TTore. oer dav. Si f'
Horse and Litrpgy.or ouikv.
Horses willoe boarded on the following terms:
Board, p r day,
A t-r lnrKi Ciirnae keot for the accommoda
tion of those who may want passage to any place
offof tha regular Stage lines.
The Subset iber's experience in the above ousi-
ness. together with his complete stock of Horses
and Vehicles, will enable him to give full eatisfac
tion to all his patrons.
Orders lor Horses and Conveyances will DC at
tended to, if b ft at the Lafayette Hotel.
1 . J. IUI-MS, Ag'C-
April U, 1S45. 320-y.
TMF stnrv framp riivpllinir nn HavniOUnt.
TT R. Arsenul. nmv m-i iiniH III' Mr G W
ii cat - - . - i -- - - -f
Roe will be for rent from ami after the Sib of May j
""." -! . -i.. .. 4i,; "i i- f
neXt. 1' Or lerilia tifij n ima uuivc.
Lbs. RED ULOVEK SLtU,
For sale by
April 19, 1S45
TAKEN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberlaad aounty,
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of January, 1845, a negro man
who says his name is SIMvJiN,
and says that he was aold in
rf-ii n man fi v the name
of McKenzie,and was carried to Alabama or Geor-
2ia and there letl nia master-
ner.y the property rffkStiiiS
S. C- ana was raaen Jroni iui r""1-" . r '
r :. .knr TmI 4 mcbei
oy ivir vas. oaiu imgiu - - f
high, dark complexion, ana aooui or j----
age. i ne owner oi aaio nero i3 uw.j -to
come forward, prove property, pay charges, and
take him away, or he will be dealt with according
to law. AV L. CALX. AS, Jailor.
-Jan. 29, !ft45.- 3!0-tf. ' ' .
.JUDGMENTS dc EXECUTIONS!
LU& a3 L-ivl.fj
. OF ALL SORTS,
For sale at the Carolinian Office.
CLARK & McCALLUM,
HAVING removed their Tailoring Etablishmenl
from their late Shop to the builuuW formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Cofer, nearly opposite to the
Lafayette Hotel, on Hay street, respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that ihev wi'! continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable manner. They
return their thanks for the liberal share ot business
they have receivd, and pledge themselves to merit
a continuance of if, by strict attention and sk ill.
Latest fashions regularlv received from New York.
Dec 14, 1844. ' 203-tf."
ripHE subscriber offers for sale ONE I1UN-
J3L DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayettvivilk: (N. C.) Caudle Factory,'!
and warranted qu il it uotsiipciior to Colgate's
best IN o. I .
Ceinp' determined to rlevole all nrcesary atten
tion to the business, and olfrrinjr it at a reduceli
price, (5 cents a pound ! the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share ot pnMic patronage.
Idp" All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayetteville, May 24.841
100,000 Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belongins to the Estate of Abraui Dubois, dse'd.,
lyins: principally in R Ieson county, and on both
sides of Lumber River, the different surveys con
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a I irire part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large quantity
ot x imtx-r is now railed to tne tjreorgctown mar
ket. These lunils are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a lare
part is well suited, heinj; in a region wliere the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in quan'itics to suit purchasers.
Information re-pectinj; the title can be obtained
by applt in to the Hon. Robert Strange, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on thepe
land, to all of whom notice is hereby jm ven , tbat
the law will lie enloicetl auainnf all sucli oTunct-rs.
Application 0r any' part of the Lands ecu be
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly uu'hoi iZid to make sale c f the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayctte!1- " ' .' " - ,
NEW AND CHEAP
.FA MIES KYLE
Has just received by the last ar
rivals from the North, alar4e and splendid assort
Anion which arc Balzurines, Batiiste, French
Lawn, printed Muslin and J.ico-uts, 1543 pieces
Calicoes, 192 ps Irish Linen, Lawns, Diapcis,
Table Cloths and Linen Cambric, Handkerchiefs,
bbek ami colored Silks, Silk Mits, Gloves, Cam
bric and Bobinet Lace and Editing, superfine
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Kentucky Jeans,
Nankeens, Kipskin Slippers, 6-4 to 3-4 bleached
and brown Shirting and Sheeting, Boots, Shoes,
&.c, all of which Ileitis purchased for cash by the.
package at puMic and private sale, will be od' red
bv wholesale or retail at low prices for cash, or on
time to punctual customers.
March 29, 1815.
FOR MAY, 1845.
J. G. Gregory He Co. 31-iiiasrcrs.
Class 21, lor 1S45.
To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
Mav 24, 1345.
I prize of $30,000
1 do 10,000
1 do 5,000
i do 3,oeo
I do 2,500
1 do 1,017
100 do 1,000
Tickets S'0 Halves S5 Gluarters $2 50.
Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets $130
Do do 25 half" do 65
Do do 25 quarters do 32 50
Class No. 22, for 1845.
To be drawn in Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
.May 31, 1845.
1 prize of ' 30,000
1 do 10,000
1 do 6,000
1 do 5,000
I do 4,000
I do 2,600
1 do 2,000
1 do 1.747
25 do . 1,000
25 do 500
&c. fitc. &c. ."
Tickets S10 Halves $5-- Q-uarters S2 SO.
Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets, 51 30
- Do do 25 half do 65
Do - , - do s .'. " ; 25 quarters do 32 50
Orders for Tickets and Shares and certificatae of
Packages in the above Splendid Lotteries, will re
ceive the mostpromptattantion, and an official ac
count of each drawing sent immediately after it is
over to all who order from ua address', -
- - .Washington City, D. C. ,
iMAY 17, lS45
ly inform the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, mat lie has taken
the stand recently occupied
bv E.J. Clark, nn n.ll;
' oircei.o uoors South of the
.Market Sauare. wlivm i u-;tl
sartlv rf j 'uanuiaciure and keep con
A i 13 SHl'PT IBflv tx-rT
ersolls wishing to purchase would do well to
c.a.,ncnisocit before purbhacino els--'1icre,as
he. s determined to sell as cheap ts any
ohrr manufacturer in thn State.
Pivoff" enrirely new pattern
uuu IiCr done in th fastest stv!
lest style, and best
nanner. Also GUTTIi'RIX'n
Any. i7f i344
TRUIT & CROCKER?
rMHh. Subscriber has taken the Store on Hay
X street dircclly opposite his old stand, where
h' is now receiving a
STOCK Or GOODS.
Consisting in part of
Down, Havana, loaf, crushed, and powdered Su
gars; Tea; Coff e; Pepper, Allspice; Ginger; Sale
raus; Starch; Mackerel; Shad; Salmon; Pickles;
Oives; Capers; butter, water, and oda Crackers;
Cieese; Pepper Sauce; Camphor; Indiso; Cassia;
Nttmeg?, Citron; Mace; Sweet and Castor Oil;
chjwiuami smoking Tobacco; Principe and Ha
vaia Segars; Scotch, Maccoboy, anil Rapp e
Srnff, Sperm Candles; Powoer and Shot; Epsom
a nl table Salts. Lamp Oil; Blackinir; Viriegnr;
Mideira, Sherry, and sweet Malaga Wines ; Al
rnmds, Filberts, and Madeira Nuts; saltpetre; sul
phir; alum; Herrings; currant and Guava Jelly,
Prjm.pj Anchovy Sauce; sardines, walnut catsup;
pickled Oysters ; cloves; Cavennn Pepper; cur-
raits; Mustatd; J'u;ar House Molasses; and almost
cvrv article usually called fo-in a Grocery Storc-l
vvliieh he will sell as low as anv one in the place,
for I'uslt, or uu approvett credit. ALSO,
Nov. )th, 1844.
1 U I ttii V JlfXli'KKaS--
Ancl Sojourners in Fayetteville
MRS. E. SMITH is Mill prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen aud Ladies travelling through or
sojourning in Fayctttvi4e. H r tablo is always
as good as the market afiords. She has goo I sta
bles and hostlers, and ;itlei:ti vr nr. ir.i c ....,1
specffully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so w II known that it needs no de
scription. JNo exertions will be scared to "ive
Feb. I, 1815. 310-tf.
D. & W. MCLAURIN
RE now receiving f,orn JSrew York aud Phila
delphia in part, the following
SPUING AND SU3I3IEU
Cambrics, Muslins, plaid Silks, Lawn?, Irish and
Brown Linens, Shirtings and Sheetings, white and
trown Hose and ha t Hose, purple, black, and
"ancy colored Victoria Prints, Gambroon, Nan
tins, Marseille., ilk, and black satin Vejtings,
fine, plain, and figured Silk Cravats, SuspcndeTs,
juperior Ncedh-s and Pins, black, blue, green, arid
nvisiDle green Cloths, plain and fancy seasonable
Jassimeres, fashionable Hats, Shoes and Don nets,
loine vr rv fine.
50 Bags Rio Coffee,
10 do. Lauira arid Jnva,
8 Hhds. St. Croix, P. Rico and N O Sugars,
10 Hhds. Molasses,
SOU Sacks Salt,
5 Tons Swedes Iron, -See. &c.
Together with Ilardwan, Cutlery and Crock
evy ; with fine Liquors and Wines of
We are confident that the qualities of the Goods
oil) plea-e, and are determined that the prices
lhali be satisfactory to tbo-e who call.
D. & W. MtLAURIN.
April 19, 1845. 32 1 -y.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
For the town of Fayetteville, is prepared to attend
io the sale of any eoods which may be cntrustu to
Consignments from abroad will be pro.nptly at
tended to. .
April 19, 1845. 32I-y.
'NEW SPRING GOODS.
fTDT AS just received her SPRING STOCK OF
JDI. GOODS, consisting of Silks. Ribbons,
Artificial Flowers, English Lace, Aliases superior
Straw and Modina Bonnets, assorted Gimp Cords,
Bogle Necklaces, hair pins, white satin beads, &c.
kc, winch will be sold low for cash, or to punctual
April 19, 1 845. 321 -3t.
HAS received bv the lata arrivals from New York,
l. :J i r-orD rvrn ...,l NlTMVir.R
Cinpritinz a large and extensive assortment ot
Dry Uoods, Hardware and cutlery, nais, nonner.
Saoea, Umbrellas, Parasols, Cotton and Woel
Cixds, writing and wrapping , Paper, (oaee ana
Cnl, rt...reo ul MutirinM tie. Well WOTtnV
the&ttention of country Merchants which will hm
rnerea a lw prices lor sasnor tmi"" j Kiyy"?
JOHN D. STARR.
Apti! 19, 1S45. - '".'. - .
rniui,' PiTDr rr unr'an .... .
II xnjuot, at liberty fomt la
-U. now open lor the reception of Travellers
ne proprietor will use his best endeavors to ren
der the sojourn agreeable to all who may give him
a JAMES FOSTER,
layertcville, April 19, 1845. 321-lm.
IIP n i
. ounscnoers take this opportunity ot return-
oi invir warmest inunks to their friends and ia-
fl..... ) I 1 I - ii . .
..w.o., anu in.; puouc generally tor their liberal pa
i ronage bestowed upon them; also for ihe kind
syrnpulues manifested to them in the late calamity
in me iiesirucuon oi inwr entire Stock of tioodn
on tne morning of the 19th inst.: and to CaDt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord.. and .Mr OA
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in giving them notice, and others in the surround.
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge of
cannon, i laving opened the Store neailv oddo-
fife, they hope soon to resume business, and would
most respectfully solicit the patronage of iheir friend
and the public, and shall hope to mrit a share of
public patroi.age. They have on hand in thxir
Warehouse, Salt, Iron. Molasses. Surar. Smith
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, 6 superior Wrought
Iron 'Mill Cranks. Also. Anvils. Vises. Trace
Ch ains, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
Oamnged in Ihe fire, all of which ihey will sell low
i r . . - -
lor iasn or t rounce. J hey would also earnestly
rcqu-st all those uulrbted to Ihrm bv note or ac
count to make immediate payment, as it will enable
them to close iheir former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. H. & J. MART1NE.
i arch I, 1845. 314-tf.
They have just received, bale superior Bridgeport 3
piy .-seme i wine, d coils Steam racking Yarn,
Munilla, Seine, anil Raft Rope, I bhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Train Od, 3Q0 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whit temore's real Cotton Cards.
CoiTee Mills, cast good Wajon and Cart Boxes.
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment ol Swedes and Ln.
lish Bar lion : tocdhpr with a heavy Stock of flat.
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in shed joining their Store, but
HALL & MA Mi
TW7"OULD inform the public that they have
Vw moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied hv Messrs C J & R M Orrell, and
known h the Yellow Btiildina. Having largely
irtei. aa.-a their tok- ul OllOCEItlliS, they are
prepared to offer inducements in ihe way of tradp,
that will be to the interest of purchasers generally
to give them a call. Their stock will consist in
10 Ton? Swedes and Er.glish Iron,
iba. Ooi-t, BliKtcr, and German Steel.
00 ITS!. U " " .. ait,
500 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 Bags Shot, assorted,
15 Kegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,
30O lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs. Copperas,
I 50 lbs Intliso,
I Cask Saiaratus,
50 sides sole Leather, v
75 Bags Rio Coffee,
10 Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar,
1000 lbs. single and double refined and Coffee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
ft'ajiin Boxes, Bellows, Vice Anvila, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cine", Hadlock'a Syrup and Powders, Cassia,
Camphor, Castor Uil, t'afnts, Futty, Drugs, &.&,
Sopt. 14, IS44. 290
JONES Sb JBUJW
INFORM their customers and fiiends that they
are now receiving Iheir Spring and Summer
STOCK OF GOODS ;
And as most of them have been bought from the
manufacturers and importers, they will be offered
low. Call and see. Our stock is not hravy, hut a
good variety will be fund upon examination. And
as our Groceries were purchased before the late rise
in prices, we can aflbrd them as low as any hou I
in, the place. We return our thanks to "our old
friends, aud assure them no pains or exertions on
our parthall be frpared to give general mi tit-faction i
as hretofore. We have now on hand (all fresh
and in rood order,)
Rio and Cuba Coflee ; Porto Rico, New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas. Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Rice, Candles, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
STAPLE S F.LVCF DRY GOODS.
Among which are 15l piece Calicoes, (some
very fine, and really beautiful prints.) Victoria Al
paccas, plain and figured; Muslin d'Lane; Ging
hams: Irish Linen: Linen and cotton Drill; Linen
and cotton, checked and striped Drill ; Nankeens;
flue, while, and colored Jeans ; Jaconet ; Book,
Cross-harrd, a.id fwured Muslins; Bed Aitkina;
Apron Check; colored Cambricks ; white, black.
and mixed Hose and half Hose ; linen, silk, and
cotton Gloves; silk and cotton, pocket and dress
Handkerchiefs, a great variety; fancy Cravats and
Scarfs; ilk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; lape.
Pins; Needles; Buttons; thread; lace; ringing ;
fine, hair, fide, and reading Combs; bleached aud
unbleached Domestics ; Broad Cloths ; Sattinets ;
Kentucky Jeans, &c. sic Florence, fine straw,
silk, willow and other tfonnets ot me la vest aiiea ,
a rplendid assortment of artificial Bowers. Hio,
a good assortment of Slippers; Morocco and leather
Shoes, Brogaus, Boots, Hats, ate ate.
Bard ware Ct Cutlery-
Trace and halter Chains; Hoes; NsiU; table ami
pocket CuUery; Gorman silver, Brita""-. nj '
teV.nd table Spoo.s; R.2ors ; l1""
chest, and pad Lock. ; Sheep Dra'cmg
Knives ; cutting Knives; corn end I grass Jtlie. ;
Giroblcts; Latches and Bolts; Brad; 1 acka, fc-ltc.
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rk Sugar. : r
3 do do New Orleans do.
30 Bass green Rio Coffee. .
4 Hhdsf Molasses, a pmne article,
500O I- pnnM; crn-fed Baceo, : - v v
lOCO IJs- white Lard, i flrkina, . ;
is Bbla- Whiskey,
5 do. Old Peach Brandy, "
; An' N. E. Rum. " r . i
.rt SarM a LrrvertMMkI Sa: at cat ld stand, foal I
of Hay mount. - - V2- f- v '
.April 19, 1845. 1 - v-!-.'
Volume 6 Number 325
TO LUMBER MEN. "
THE Subscriber?,-having witnessed the) ri
successfu I operation of HOTOH KISS'S VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at A rchibald Gralam'a
Mill in Fayetteville, in May and' June fast, h era. .
induced to purchase the Right for the entiro Statu
of North Carolina, and now offer individual Rights
for salu on very reasonable terras. Ther. have'
now on hand &evtttrcn full sets ot Whetla, and
have made arrangements to keep a constant sup- -ply.
Besides being gem rally adopted In the Northern
States, there are already twelve sans in sncvcsifVl
operation in this State, and eight oihers in procciv "
of erection. The astonishing cower and ped o
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundreds of
citizens of this State, with universal sppprobaiion.
And wc desire ell who may feel an interest. in the
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd Graham.
Col. Alex'r Murchieon. Christopher Monroe. Alex'r
Williamo, ArchM McLaurin. J. McDaniel. Jotio
Cade, Mrs. Efly McFadven, in 1 his County j Col-
Jolni C. McLaunn.m ltichmond County: .Thofi.
C. .Smith in Bladen County ; and Hardy Royal I in
Sampson County ; to each of whom we Hefur
for information as to the ractieal oiierltion of these
Persons who apply soon for Riirh.s can have .. .
them put up by workmen who have been instruct. .
ed lv Afr Hotciikiss himself. . , ' .
Tiie Proprietors of the right of this Wheel in the .
State of North Carolina, have received the follow
Ing certificate: . -. :
Fayetteville, Feb'y 3, ;1645,
We. the Subscribers. rr-Fidin? in theCoMntv of
Cumberland and "State of North Carolina, having
been engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for ma
ny years, feel fullv warranted in stating, lhatUotch'
kiss'a VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage of alt
null owners, and that we have full confidence in.
their superiority t that the value of Mills will be
very much enhanced by their introduction. . Tfiey
are more aurabie, ano easier kepi in order whan
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 there la
head above. The speed of the Saw is increased
from one-half to double the strokes per minute. "
AJ.LX. WILLIAMS, ,
DUNCAN M UN ROE,
C. P. MALLETT. '
ARCH'D McLER AN.
JOHN C. McLAURIN.
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also received a certificate from Cof.
Alexander Murchison, (which will be publiahetl
hereafter among others in handbill, form,) in which -he
speaks of lhi- as "the. q roalct- ;" v c tnefi 1
inaio on Sa- Milts in mr IhiaJ tim j says thai
nisoaw win cuiauuii icet in u day; it n-il l. .
on the day before he wrote, 4683 lot t of I inc'
Ouarter Boards ; makes 240 strokra in a ininntW
that one-half of Ibe water is saved; and ConclddW-JSfc
"j i (uupiT'iu luitiiu owners.
Other certificates, which ha ve Laun promise , .
will be published hereafter,
DUNCAN McNElLL, ' ,
ALFRED A. McKETJIAN. - 'J '.
Fayetteville, March 15, 1845. 316-Ul
The folio win article from ihe N. Y.TrJKiin--r
the 4th ult., ill show m what estimation tbeea
Wheels are held by fhc high authority of the Atuer t
ican Institute :
From the N. Y. Tribune.
HOTCIIKlSS'S WATER WHEEL.
This Wheel, after havinc been adontad h mnwna'
hundreds of mill owners on ike Dieware. Suvqutf
hannah, and in other lumherins reefons. was ' orb'
scnted ibr competition at the late fair of the Arotr
ican institute, and there waa awarded two prem
turns ny mnerent Committees first as tha hast
Water Wheel for Saw Mills; secondly, as bain
one ol the ove best inventions submitted at tha'
Fair. It has been extensively adopted in the great
pine districts ol the South ; and its rapid aaf "
smooth execution, perfect immunity from ieeor'
back water, and other economies, are securing it a
very general preference. The Inventor is now on
his way south, and may bo addressed at Auust.r
Ga., or at hii residence. Wir.lsor. Broome cownl v.
N. Y. lis advantage are summed ae follows
I. The Vertical Wheel, when used for Saw' '
Mills, requires no gearinz to produce from 175 t'V
300 strokes of the aa w per minute.
2. I bey are as cheaply constructed as the Mm.
mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double the buii-
aess with the same advantage of the water.
3. Uack water is no irnnedfmenl vben there is a '
4. Ice cannot form on the wheel.
5. They occupy less apace than a Flutter Wheel
6. The increased soeed of the aaw maks .battel -
lumber, cuts the same distance with leas resistance:
and the saw-dust is freely thrown IT, which often
returns with tne saw, causing it to bind and l.eai,
with slow Mills. ' .. . '
7. Titer can, be placed on the ahafY. of a mibbuim
Flutter-Wheel Mill if in good order, and hang up- '-
on the same bearings if auuicicntlv atronsi fo aos-
tain the power, of the wheels. J'lr'
8. I he wheels being of cast iron, will Isst an mmr.'
They also constitute the reqolsite Fly or Balance '
Wheal, a ecu ring a. uniform motion, in al! pane uf
each revolution. . - " X - :;'
9. The Introduction of mills a reduerd to a
plain system, so that if the head of water is known.
the result is a mathematical certainly.
10. Any workman having the patterns, a inodeL f
and table of calculation, , can adapt mills to any
oration with perfect success. .
ll. The imoievad mode of feed in is nuick " mr.
proved of by those who hare adopted it. ;
Jost received on consiffnmenr. the running Mki
of two four horse- Wagons. - A I so, one feur horse
wagon with cover, &c. complete, ready fer tha
road. , All of which are warranted of the best ma
terial and Workmanship, and will be sold low fur
March 15, 1845.
Just Received on Consignment, ,'
... " . French Brandy,
J Holland Gin, ;
American Brandy, , -
' 40 boiea No. 1 o'oap. -
A. M. CAMPBELL.,
- March 15, 1845. 3 16-If. " ' -; :
IB Si. A N IK. .
R. W. K ARDIE Has ju.t r.
sannlv. ot Br.ANKS. meativ used t
I CleiKi, Sheriffs, .and ConslalUs, ptintcd en
lertffs. and Co"nslsHs, riintcd en ins
I paper nd weli executed