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"CHARACTER i as
IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO lNMTODttALS; AND rifE GLORY OP THE a
LORT r THE STATE 13 THE COMMON PROPERTT OF ITS CITIZENS,
BY .W.3I H BAYNE
FAYETTEVILLE, SATURDAY. JITNE 14, l843.
Vol u in e 6 N timber : 329
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TERMS OI? THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annum, if paid in advance, 2 50
if paid at the end of six months 3 00
at the end of the year 3 50
Rates of Advertising : ,
tiy eertts per s5'inrft for be first, and thirty cents
, for each subsequent insert ion.
Advertisinjj bv the yar will be charged according
to th"? qia.nlity of matter inserted.
turt advertisements, &c, 25 per cent higher.
llDE M N I T Y
Aqr?irlt loss or damage by Fire.
fllB tlDbIAMSBUI)G FIRE INSU
C AP IT A Li S I O 5 ,000.
Office in. Grand near First Street, Williams-
burg, opposite the City of JYtw York.
Azencti Office, Wells Building, C2 Wall si.,
Andrew C. Bin edict,
Frederick. W. Favre,.
Abr'm T. Boskerck,
Siml II. Olapp,
Chus. O. Handy,
LEMUEL RU-'fl ARDSON, Pres't.
Amirbw B. HoDSE-sSec'ry. -WASHINGTON
POST, A-unt, New York.
THE VVil'i-imsburg Fire Insitraate Company,
having been incorporated bv an act ofthe Lfiala
tnr oft'ie State of New York, for the purposes
of Fire InurancJ, the Directors nfler to Insure their
feltoiv-ciiiions throughout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
On B'liidinjjs, Gon U and MeruhanJise, and Per
aoTtt Property j.'.neralty, assuring them that the
atriira o( the Company, shall he conduct d wi h
xtich fairness:, candor an I liberality as tln-y trust
willentitls it to public confidence ana palronago.
The Subscriber, Aent for the above Com
pmy, will give any further information that may
bo desire 1 by those who wish to Insure.
JAMES MARTI NE, Acent,
Feb. 8, 1845. . 311-1 f.
ROBERT A. STUART
IJA8 removed to llie Store on rorson street, n?
Cf.ntly occup'ted by Col. H. T. Hawlev and n-nlv
tji-.fite the Cape F at Bank, win re he can supply
inn wants of all iris cuttoniers in tl.e
BRY GOODS AND GROCERY LINE.
ALSO, n choice supply of Foroigu Liquors
8 doi. Stuart Si Mc'dary's Old Port Wi'no.
April 2G, 1845. 323-tf.
State of "orth Carolina Sampson county;.'
Court oj Equity Spring Term, 1S45.
Patrick Murphy, administrator of Win. Mr Gee,
dee'd, vs. Tiios. Stanford, ad'm of T'ios MtGu'1,
dccras;d. and others the next c kin and d stribu-
fesof said deceased.
Bill to account.
IT appfar'tn to the satisfaction of the Court
that Thus. Stanford "and wiTe Dorothy, two of the
.defendants in tliis suit, reside b.vyond tho limits of
this State, it it therefore otdeud hy the Court that
puhitc ttion be made for six weeks in the Noith
Carolinian, pu' IL-hed in Fayotteville, that the said
defendants do appear al the next term of the Court
of Equity r t!ie count v ofSninr son, to be held at
the Court llouse in Clinton, on the 6;h Monday
after the 4th Monday ot September next, then und
there to answer, p'ead, or demur, or else this bill
w W. 4e taken pio confess-o, and heard exfarte as to
f iVerrtY ... ;
VitrtCS, Patrick Murphy, Clerk and Master ot
the Court of Equity for the county of Sampson,
at Office, tho 5th Monday nfter the 4th Monday
of March. A D, 1845, and 69th year of American
May 17, IS45.3-2n-f.t-
adv. S3 25.
State of North Carolina Sampson county.
In Equity Spring Term, IS45.
William Dawson and wife Mary and others, ve.
Charles 11. Dutler and others.
Petition for sale of land. On motion petition
IT is ordered bv the Court that publication he
made in the North Carolinian tor ix weeks, that
un'ess the detenUant, John Butter, appear at the
next term of the Court of Equity, to be held foi the
county of Sampson, at theCcurl Hoete in Clinton,
o i tht?6th Monday after the 4th Monaay of Sep
tember next, and claim and phew title to the sum
of3!4l 42, in th ' hands of thoClerk and Master
of this Court, arising frosn the ealecfthe lands of
Robert Butler deceased, the sil sum will be dis
tributed among: tho other heirs at law ofs.iiJ de
ceased. Witness, Patrick Murphy, Clerk and Mrster of
the Court of Equity, for the county ol Sampson,
at Office, the 5tb Monday after the 4th Monday
of l;;reh, A D 1S45, and 69lh year of American
PAT U ICK Al U ttt'ii V , U. M . iv
May t7, 1845. 325-Gt.
per" adv. S3 25.
TO THE PUBLIC.
FjrVlE Subscriber has just received Irem New
JL York in addition to his former stock, fash
ionable GOODS for ladies1 and gentlemen's wear.
Also, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
bleached Sheeting ; Linen 5-4 and 6-4 ; fine Irish
Linen and Lon$ Lawns; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
lk do.; heavy Russia Oanaburgrs, for servants;
-.nuoa do.f fine Kid Gloves, Sjlk Mitts do.
May 24, 1845. 326-3m.
T 0 W N
rUP i . . V . .
Fayettevdu: .rtiZi ITti H clU' !
support exunded XVZ aon
tmuance of their pttronae at . 7i i
i . .r, ai ma new stand, (near-
Bread, Rusk, Tea Cakes, Pound
and Sponge Cakes, Water and
Butter Crackers, &c, &c,
And all such articles in his line as are usually
wanted for family use.
Farndtea supplied with FRESH. YEAST
on trie shortest notice.- .
May 24, 1845. , 325:3m.- .
Gardner 3c McKetlian,
H AVE lately m ide con.-i'irahle unprovem nt i"
their slsl - of Work, and have now on hand a G -N
ERA L ASSORTMENT, constsimg of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in th- U Slate.
Persons wishing to biiy, would do we'd to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW forCah, orapiroved notes.
Ilavinsrin our employ firt-t rate Smi hs, we are
prepar- d to eio any lion work in the above line on
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful worknunrh'p :?nd materials, fir one year.
1C7 REPAIRING fait hlid y executed at short
uotiee, and on reasonable terms.
Fayet vdfe, February S, 1845. y.
A LARGE assortment ..f OllOOivERY, GLASS,
CHINA, S I'ONC, AND Q.UEENS VARE, com
prising Dinner, T.-ii, Coffee, and Chamber Set?,
together with almost rvf ry att:le in that line.
2'-) crates assorted for the Country trade.
6 dozen Flower Pots.
6 ditto Pickle Jars, with covers.
Fcb'y 15, 1845. 312 y,
HAS on hand At the Wag-on Yard, for HIRE,
HORSES AND BUG!ES.
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
a vi w r f acriini"i'i latin persons u ishing passaffe
lo attvol the neighboring Towns'.
April I, 1845." 319-tf.
Jlgcnl of the Lafayette Li eery Slables,
RESPECTFULLY inform-' the pu'din, that he
has a simply of e-i- I -nt Sadd'" and flames.'
to tilllE ;"alrO, two Sulkies, one Bui'y, and will
in a few days have two more splendid Eus:S'es to
hire, on the following terms:
For Horse, per day, St f1')
Bujrsv, 4 4 44
Snlkey, " "
llnrs-! and Bri'rnv.or Snlkey. 1
Horses will ue bearded on the following terms
Board, p'rday, SO 50
.4 vveek, 3 t:0
A two horse Carriage kept for ths accommoda
tion of those who may want passage to any p'acc
ofTof the reauhir Stage lines.
The Subsciiber's experience in the above busi
ness, to-iethcr with bis complete tlock of Horses
and Vehicles, will enable him to give full satisfac
tion to all his patrons.
Orders lor Horses and Conv-y antes will be at
tended to, ifbfl at the Lafayette Hotp!.
' T.J. MIMS, Ag't.
April 1 1, 1S45. 320 y.
Lbs. RED CLOVER SEED,
For sale by
April 19, 185. GEO. McNEILL.
N 0 T I C E .
TAKLN UPautl commitled
to t!ie Jail ol Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, the S6th day
of January. 1S45, a nero man
who says his name is SIAION,
and says that h; was sold in
Charleston to a man by the name
of AlcKen2ie, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his m ister. SaiJ ttejm w&s for
merly the property of Benjamin Gatss of Camden,
S. C. and was taken Irotn this plnce Inst February
byAlrG iss. Said nero is about 5 feet 4 inches
high, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
age. The owner of said negro is hereby notified
to conic forward, prove property, pry charges, and
take him away, or he will be dealt with according
to law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29. lS15.--3IO-tf.
Just received from New York an assortment of
fine double and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
about 50 dozen Palm Leaf Hat , for sale low by ,
. JONES & DUNN.
April 19, IS45. 320-tL
ROBERT VV. RARDIE,
BOOKSELLER AND STAT IONER,
FJHfETTEYlLZ'jE, V. CV
HAVING located himaell in Fayettevillr, en
Hay street, 3 doors from Mr Hale's Book
Store, will keep constantly on hand a general as
jortment of Books and Stationery. He invites the
public to call and examine his selections, whether
desirous of pui chasing or not. - i .
Being a Bookbinder, and prov ided withacomplet
set of tools and apparatus, he is prepared to execute
all kinds of binding, from the plainest to tho most
costly.. . ... '.
He solicits the patronage of bis fellowcttisens tf
FayflttevilU and tha surrounding country.
May. 17, 1845. . 2l-y'-
Ss EXECUTIONS i
OF ALL SORTS,
For sale at the Carolinian Office.
CLARK & McCALLUM,
HA LG reuiived their Tailorin E-tablishment
from their late Shop t-. th- bui tlr, formerly oc
cupy d by Wm. L. C .fer, n ar!v opposite to the
LataycMe Hotel, on May street, rcsp-ctlul y inform
their (riend.- and cu-tomers, tha t thevwiM cnnlinu.
lo tarry on the TA ILOIUNG BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable m;innr. They
retum th. r thanks tor thn hh. ra! sliare of business
they have received, and pl.-dge thcmse!v.- to merit
a continuance of if. bv strict att nt;on and skid.
Lat.t fish ions regular! v received from New Yor'i.
Dec 14, 1841. 203-tf.
rBJlit.. subs-ii!. r oFer for salf? ONE HUN
JU. DtlED B.OCESUF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the ,!Fayett --vt!h: (N. C.) Can-He F.u-torv,"
ami warranted qual it not su iei ior tti Col -ale's
be-t No 1.
Bei i; determined to devote all neeessavy atten
tion tothe business, and off rir2 it at a Yedu- ed
price, (5 cents a found h the box.
he hopes to
receive a due share of :uldit: nationa l
iCp" All ordcrv thankfully received und prompt
ly attended to.
W !cL. MeKAY.
Fayetfevilie, May 24.841
lOO.UOl) Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased ail the LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Duboir, dse'd.,
lyins principally in R-jheson county, and1 on both
sides of Lumber River, th diff rent surveys loo.
taming over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; n 1 iro part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Linger River, whej-e a largo quantity
oi Timber i; .ow railed to tire Gemiretoivn mar
ket. Tiiessj lainJs are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a larse
part is will suited, bei.ijr in a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section of ih'j State. The Lands will be sold at a
low pr'ce, and in qum ities to suit purchasers.
Information respecting the t'. tie can be obtained
by npplinr to the Hon. I? ober f Sti aue, James C
D bbin, E?ej., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I t!i:'ue2taii there are many f rspassets on these
hi:nN, to r:!l of wliojti notice is hereby given, that
the law will be enforce. t asainv! nil such oflTotid ?rs.
Application fer any part of the Lands ck.ii tic
mrnle to myself, or to John W inslow, Esq., who
will be duly au:horizd to make f:d .-i r f t became.
TITOS. J. CURTIS.
Faycfevilk, N. C, March t, 18 ti. 3l4tf.
NEW AND CHEAP
Has just received by the last ar
rival? fiom the Norih, a iare ai J sjuendid assort
A v.or.r which are Bdzrinep, Batiiste, French
La wn, printed Muslins and Jacontts, ! 5 43 pieces
Calicoes, 'Ji ps Irish Linen, Lawn?, Diapers,
Table Cloths ami Linen Cambric, Handkerchiefs,
block and cfdore.l .Silks, Silk Al its, Gloves, Cam
bric an I Bobinct. Lace and E lmg, superfine
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting-, K '.tueky Jeans,
Nankeens, Krpskin Slippers, 6-4 to 3-4 bb ached
and brown Slvrtinjj and Sheeting, Boots, Khoes,
&c, nil of which beinit purchased for cash bv the
package at pu die and private sale, will be off- red
by wholesale or retail at low prices for cash, or on
time to punctual customers.
March 29, 1845.
RAN AWAY from Mr James
McDufiie, on the 7th of Decern-
ber last. ,v neirro man ARCflY
Lite llie I'jiop'rt of A. B bee
di cM. Ho i Jibout 5 feet S or I f
inch's high, has a hn smooth
black face, with full prominent
eyes, and is lame in one of his
legs. He is supposed to be Inrk-
JS3SaSSgBfer les. He is supoosed to be lurk-
ing about Favetteville, N. C. A reward ofS-'O
wfl! be i aid f-jr him if taken and lodged in any Jail
i.i this State, or S-O if taken and lodged in Jail in
any other of the Stat-.-s, so that I can et h m a?nin.
Fa vet lev I!e, N. C, May 10, IS45. 3'20-tf
NEW SUMMER GOODS.
"WOLJLD call the attcittoii of tbo citizen
w v 01 itiJ lown ano uie pur;ie jjen ra:tv, to
his new and general sssoitment of seasotjable
STAPLE J1JVU FJl.YCY
Among which are, for ladies wear, Sdks, whue, Consig-irnsnts from abroad will be promptly at
black, and fancy; Bazonres; lailetan, diffrent tended to.
colors: Printed and Lace Lawns; Crape Lesse ; ; jpriJ 1 9 1815. 32I-y.
Silk, Fillet, CrpeLesfeaed Alusljn d'Lam Scarf-;iwl "1 '. . :
Muslin d'Lai.i, Silk, and Crape Lesse Shawls mm mm mn km
fine Kid Gloves, assorted colors: very fine Silk dci.; XSl Ja W C3pw'Xjwa
, ivibbons, richest Styes; uonn- ts do- tiemstttcheci
uLaH'ii tiandKercntt-.s, ior tnu.es and genilemen
Isi'ik Under Shirts, do. do ; Hair Cloth and corder
-a a 1 I
! Skirts, superior quality ; Linen Cambric; Edgin
and Footing; Laces and Inserting; French-works
Collars: Bishop Lawns; Book, Jaconet, and Swi:
.Muslin: plain plaid and striped Cambric : Bomba-J
zme; Gimp anu Uitnp l.or:l ; Victoria Girdles ; Conv.-riain' a lare and extensive assortment of
p'infed Alusiin; Calico of ad sorts; Ginghams, &c.;Dry Goods" Hardware and Cutlery, Hats, Bonnets,
FOR GEJVTLE.WE.VS WEAR, -Shoes, Umbrellas, Parasols, Cotton end Wool
SnnflT colored . sreert. invisible sn-cn. blank o,l Cards, w riting and wrapping Paper: Coffee and
Mo.. Rrnnri Cloths. wooUdveJ. wide and fin... Hi,, ir
and fancy Cassi meres, with a great variety of Lin
en Goods tor coats and pants; Damask, silk, plaid
silk and satin Vestings ; Suspenders; Gloves, as
sorted; a great variety of Hats for summer ; fine
caif and Morocco Boots and Shoes; Indies Slip per a
and J. les; umnreitas; farasois and oun Shades.
JIQCDa a S00 assortment of GKO
CER1ES. - - '
April 19, 1845.- " - 32I-y.
JTMTi BUSHELS OF ASHES, imme
diately, for tvbicha fair price will be
aid. - - r W. McL MeKAY.
- March 9,4. : ... . .. . fc . f3 tf.
ly inform the citizens
of F ayetleville and thr public
generally, that he has taken
the st-md recently occupied
by E. J. Clark, on G.dlepie
Strct,5 Joors S uth of the
Market Square, where he will
stariv'"i r manufacture and kevp con-
...7. T ""ninff to purchase woul
wouhi do well to
J,,:. erminf "a-toc. before i.urehasi ele
uihrn r ' "iasrncap as any
---., II t: I 4 llAlfirmi ik..! i .
- ... iurrrm rii State.
Pril"i!l5 "f '" ,,fiei- pattern.
4- ir-1 "-vl- b'"
!ll:l ntirietlirn I .! C- " I
i tiinn (i in
' hi -ouisci-nernas taken the Store on Hay
-U-str.-ct dircc:ly oPps:t his o d stand, where
lie tflovv reecivimr a
STOCK OF GOODS.
n Consisting in part of
BroH, Havana, loaf, crushed, and powdered Su
gars ea; C.,fT,e; Pepper, Allpfe, . Ginger; Sale
ra.u, Starch ; Salmon; Pickles; Olives; Ca
pers , butler, water, and soda Crackers; Pe;;-p-r
jfaauce; Camphor; fnd.o : Casia Nut-
Citron ; Mace ; Swfe!'u')il C
chewgand smokm-T..bMcco; Principe and Ha
vanaJSegarv Scotch, Maccoboy, and Rapp.e
Sniif! Sperm Candle; Powder and Shot: Eosom
and ihle 5,al-s. Lamp Oil; Black fn- Vine -a r;
Ala-Jira,. Sherry, and sweet Mala, Wines ; Al
moBf., f-Uberts, and Madeim Nuts- saltpetre- sul
lum : currant and O
itiee; sardines, walnut
Uvnmi I rpper ; rnrrnnts ; Musiatd; Siwar
J i.nfe M. .lasses ; and a!mnf every article tn
al v-raJfedfo- in a Grocery Store, which h- wjH
-ell is low as any one in th placet lor Cash, or
on ipprciveil credit. At.SD
.v. 31 h, IS44.
Aid Sojourners in Fayetteville
t. - lllVOT. tenter
in rayettr viiie. Tier table is rd
-s s.no:t as market altoids
inuers. tint a irxtii-i u... i i
i ... i .
pec! fuPy sol ;ets a cont:n:tance of public patronage
.er regojcnce rs so w II known that it n.-efs no de-c.t-n-,.
N0 ex -rt ions will be s . a red to -ive
Fe!. I, 1815. 3'o-tf.
& W. MCLAURIN
RE now recivin- from New York am! Phila
delphia m part, the f .1! M W 1 II it
pambrics. Muslins, plaid Silks. Lawns. Irish ami
Brow jj Lrnrns, Shinintis and StVuin".-, white and
brown Hose a-w! ha f Hose, purple; black, and
fancy colored Victoria Prints, Gambroons, Nan
kins, Marseilles, silk, and black satin Vesting,
finj, plain, and inured Silk Cravat-, SusuenrieTs'
?,,Pp"rir and Pins, black, blue, rten, and
mv,":',''! J-'recn Cloth, t l.iin and fancy sef!S.,nHble
"""""" . ""S"ionatie ats, Shoes and Bonn, ts,
ome vi rv fine.
50 Bas Rio Coffee,
1 do. Lauira arid Java,
8 Hhds. St. Croix, P. Rico and N O Sugars,
10 Hhds. .Molasses,
r jt .
" nacaa viir,
? 1 "" wed.-s Iron, &e. &c.
Together with Hardwirz, Cutlery and Crock.
ert ; with fine Liquors and Wines of
. 't'erti rtm,.in',n
. eitiy Hescupuo.
e are connaent that the qualities o! tne Lroods
piea-e, :inr are oeicrniined ttiat ine prices
shall be satisfactory to tho-e who c.dl.
D. & W. MtLAURIN.
April 19, 184..
A. M. CABIPB ELL
Having hetiii nppoi.itecJ
For the town of Fayetlevil'i-, is prepared to attend
to the sa'eof aey goods which mav bu eiitrustd to
jrOMN HP STARK
HAS received bv the lite arrivals from NewVork,
his stock ef SPRING and SUMMER
Sugar, Dni9 and Medicines, Sec. &c, tvel! worthy
jtbe attention of country Merchants which -will be
one red at low prices lor cash a- country produce.
April 19, 1845. . -
I HAVE just revived the dw
style of H AT BLOCKS,, and
now finishing Gentlemen's tflper.fine
FUR AND SILK HATS.
Also, received br last arrivals, a great variety of
rurtoi;K, funtmi, legborn, ana farm jueai nan,
- . . -er
a:l ot which have been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to eel! very tHMr.
" . i DAVID GEF-.
May 17, 1845. 3S5.tr
I ... ' . O I , -
J cask sup rsor i reni h ,,,1 7
i do P. tt Win-,
. " da Madeim do.,
i " do Ma. ana do.
sale nt the luwc.-t plci s by
lay 17, IS 15. 3?5-3w.
NOT ICE .
j THE Subscribers take this oppmtnnity of reusrn-
in;? incir warmest thanks to fiieir fncnri.s and pa
trons, and tin- public irem-rally for their liberal pa
tronage b stowed upon them ; als. for the kind
syu pith e manifested to th iu in the late i-;i!h ity
in the iiestrctim of tb-ir entire St c' of Good
on (h ni..rniiir of the 19th inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford. Cat.t. U. S. Ord.. and Mr G A
"chw:r!zman, tf U S A rsenrd, for ther kindness
in "iviii'i them nof.c-, am! others in the vtirn und-rn-
neil.borhool t.t the fire, by th di-charep oi
cannon. Having ope-mi the Store n.aily oppo
si'e, tfiey hep. soon to resu i-e business, and ouM
most repppctfui'.y solicit ihe patrotiaeif their fi iend-
and the pub! c, and shall hnpe to merit a F.V.re f
roiii i- patpn.re. They h:.vn on hand in th. jr
Wa-chouse, Salt, Iron, Mola ses, Sn ir, SmiThs'
Iivl!,)i-s a id Vises, Lo Chains. 6 sune- ior Wrought
Iron VVljll Cranks. AIo, Anvily, .Vises, Trace
Chairs; and heavy articles ol Hardware, partiallv
llama .red in the tire, all of which hey wii! se'i low
for Cash or Prwl-cf. They wouh! also earnestly
requ st nl! those indebted to tin m bv note or nc
conn to make immediate pavment as it will enable
thfin to dose thiir former business nnd ruc r
mence. and hope those indebted will tike the earliest
opportnn'ty to settle their neeonn's.
J. H. & J. MARTINE.
A arch I, IS 15. 3!4-tf.
They have just received, t,Ie superior Bridg port .
ply Seitx, Twine, 3 co ls St-am Packing Y"arn,
A1anila,Seine,and R;if t!.o.;. hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp OP, 10 hr.ls. Train Oil, 7U0 ga'ls
Linseed Oil, Wh. Meniere's real Cotton f;rds,
CiffL-e .Miils. cast good Wagon nn-1 Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 2l bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment of 8w dvs and Eng
lish Bar lion ; tojr th r with n hevy Stock of flut,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Roils, contained in shed joining their Siore, 'oj.:
MAUL & MA1LIL
"TnRrOlJLD inform the pub'ic th it they hav
WS moved frri :h' ir old stnd to the slo t'
lately occupied hy Aievsrs C J & R M One!', -jt.
known as the Yel!ov Buildings. Having largelv
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements Jn (he way ot trade,
f hat will be to the Intiret of purchasers generally
to give tacrn a ca i. 1 heir stocii will consist
pa it ef
10 Tons Sweden and Er.oljah Iron,
5'0 ibs. Cast, Blister, and German Steel,
500 Ps. Ho'h.w Ware,
500 lbs. Bar Lead, ,
40 Bags Shot, assorted',
15 Kegs Powder,
'o 11.. PnoAm q..i
3-'0 lbs. Alum, .
IH0 lbs. Borax,
1500 Ibs. Copperas,
1 50 lbs Indian,
I C:isk Sal.-iratus,
50 sides sole Lentbcr,
75 Bajs Rio CofrVe;
If. Hhds. Porto Ric &;;gar, '
OQ0 lbs. stifle and double reined
300 sacks Liverpool S;dt, ,
500 bushels Alum do.
Wagon Boxes, Bellows, Vii.is, Anvils, Cc.t'O"
Card?, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cines, Haillock's Syrup and Powil.-rs. Cass-a,
Camphor, CastorO:!, Paints, Putfv, Drugs, &c.&c,
Sept. I I, 1344. " 290
NFORA1 their customers and fiends that they
zire now receiving their Spring and Summer
STOCK OF 600DS;
And as most el tin in f.av been bought fnm ihe
manufacturers and importers, they will be offered
ow. Ci'l fd see. Our stock is not h- avy, l ot a
good variety will be found .upon examination. And
as our Groceries were purchased before the late ris
in prices, we car afford hi-m jis low as any hcuse
in the j.Ijcc AVc return our flmnks to our old
friends, and assure tnein no pains or fxe'tions on
our pint t hall be spared to iiive general satisfaclinn
:ts heretofore. We have now on hand .all fresh
and in oo I order,)
Rio and Cu'a Coffje ; , Porto Rico New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugar; Teas. Indigo, Madder, Coppi-ras,'
Rice, C mile-'. Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
it.C. &C. &.K. : .
STAPLE $ F A JVC Y DRY GOODS.
A:r;o-ig wii'ch ar 15' piece- Ca'irnes, (s. me
veiy fi ie, and r-.-div beautiful prints.) V ctoria Al
paccas, plain and fiiir- d; Alusiiu d'Lane ; Gj
ham; Iiish Linn; Lti'ii aid coffin DiilS; L'ncu
and cottun, checked and striped D I'l ; Nankeen ;
' Iue, whi e, si.d co' 1; rod J-ans ; Jacrt; Book,
Cioss-bnrrd, 3. id figured Niulms; B--f "1 jekin-; ;
Apron Check; c-lor-d C.im'rick ; white, black,
and mix'-d Hose and lialf Hre ; linen, silk, and
i-ot'on G!iV'-f; silk . and cotton, pocket and drcs
Handkerchiefs, a great vart'ty: fany Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp: Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Cdgii y ;
tine, h.tir, f-idc. and reading Combs; bleached and
nnbleacht d D-msica ; Broad Cloths ; Sattint ;
Kentuc ky Jeans, &c. &c. Flormc-e, fine straw,
i-iik. w i'low anil other B'umets of the latest Styles ;
a splendid assortm- nt ofartificial flowers. A hi
a gornl assoitmeiiT of Slippers; A!roccoand leather
Simes, Brogans, Boots, tiats,&c. Sli. r-
Trace and haller Chains: Hoot: Nails; tab!cnd
pocket Cutlery; German silver. BritatinM, and ron
tea and table Spoo: Razors ; rin stock, closet.
c hest, and pad Locks ; SWp Shears ; Drawing
Knives j cutting Knives; corn ana grass Bcyn-;
GimbleU; Latches end Bolts; Brads; Tacks, &
NOW. IN STOKE,
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rico 6oar.
3 do . do New Otleeae - do.
JO Bags green Rio Coftve. -
4 Hnde. Molasses, a prime artiels, -000
Lbs. prime corn-fed Bacon,
lPCO Lbs. white Lard, in flmina, '
15 Bble Whiskey,
5 do. Old Peach Brandy, : ? : r
3 ' do. Si: C Rum. - : ' '
SO Sacks Liverpool Salt at 'ear o"d stead, foot
Apri? 19, 1345. ' r ... , " M.t-.tf.
TO LIMBER MENi
THE S't ribi i, h. yirg iln std Ife vi iv
suu- sfii: i n ..r H OTc HK Ir-S S V EIU L
CAL WATER U HEi: LS. at AtchiUld G;a! an."d
Mill n Fuy te ilie, in A a ai t J n luM, wtre
iii Ji..--d to pur-h: s J-.- iiigl 1 o ht f-nt-re Stut
of Nor h Cum i i.-i, iu.d 1 w fi" r riidii f rtia! Ril.t
r iuio on vtrv r ts iii.b t m.s. i In v 1 m
now on bard ii. ve t n u l! si Is ol Win t fj, : and
have made urrungf nicr.ta to kc a ioubtat.t sup
ply. ' "
Bes des being gpn rally sd pied in the Noilhern
States tl ete s.rr 1 lr ady .ui vemv s in si.ct esfl -opera'ion
in lid- S'utt-. s.nii ei lf o hers in ivum
01 er cion. Tin- a-tonislier inupt r.id - e. l .f
these l.eels bs, Lecn wi ss. rf I. homhet's -!
citzns of this State, v.ii'i iirivrsHt if jr 1 11 ancn.
And we titjne all m I n n. f. r 1 n m nei-f in iho"
sul jr-it to ejtnnrin f! e Ali!!s of Aii'iYT Gn:lsm
Coj. A I ar Alnr b x.r , Cl.t toj I f r A'l-nttJcAlVr
Wil'iarns. Arch'd l Ltt".re. J. RirCWn.-tJ ' 1 Jrl ri'
Cad.-, Mrs. EfTv Mi Fneii. in 'l is Cm ty ;ClC
John C MiLhuh'o, in Ricbn-ond County . J In.s
C. Smith in B atei. C un v ; and Hnr!jr lioya'i in
Sampson County ; to aeb of whom we Hef. r
r Inforiiialiiin as to the j tt-cl operation id tttse
Wheels. - t :
Persone wh. apply .soon frr Rights can have
th m jut up hy work nit u m ho have been instruct
cd f Air Hi-tot kis htmsi If. . :''
The Prpr:ftors of the right of l!i;s Wheel in the!
State ef Nor'h Carolina, have reie.vtd the fo.'lowi
ing cerlificnti : . - :.:
Fnyettevdler Feb.'y 3, 1&45," I
We, the Subscribes, n siding in the Cohuty i f
Cumberland and Stutc f Notih Cari''ina, having '
bi-en engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for ma
ny yeais, feel fullv warranted in stnting, that HcHriV
kiss's VERTICAL, WATER WHEELS, and.
their np.pend.a5, ate wo. thy of the paln.nage ef all
.i-iFI i.wri' rs, iind ihat we hive full eontidei co in
their sup ri'-rity ; that the value nfAtilauiJJ ho
veiy niui-h inbanced by ihi jr introdiu-liotl. , Ihiy
u'c irifirc durabl-, and easier krpt in 01 tier whin
1 rep-dy put t"g th r than the cnsimrn Flutter
Vfirl:they wjri suv at lesist c.ne-third rft!ie
wa'u, nnd run wl! in back water whm there Is
a brad above. The si ted of the Saw is increased
fiom one-half to ftoutdf ih. sti kes per roii.atw.
ALEX. WfLl IA.V S, z
DUNCAN MUN ROE. -
CHRISTOPHER. MUNROE, :
JOHN Mi FAD'S EN,
C P. MALLETT. -ARCHIBALD
JOHN AIeD VMEL. ?
ARCH'D McLER AN.
DAN L Mi-DIARMID, : -ANGUS
CAMERON, - ? r
JOHN C.McLAURIN. '
( 1.' ichmohd County.)'
THOMAS C. SMI I H,
(Bladen Cvnnfy .) "
They - V-ave also rec ived a cert fwafe from Col.
Alexander Murchion, (which will be pi blit-hcd".
hereafter amongothers in handbill foini.) in which
h speaks ofilii-as ''ihf "renl'-t't . In prov.ment
made on Saw Mills in my his time say s tfiat -his
Saw will cut S00U fret in a rfii'v ; it actually cut--.'
on. the day hrf-re he wr"te. 4tS3 le I of I inch
dunrter Bnards ; makes 240 strok.s in n minutej. '
hat one half" of the wutcr isavd; and conclbdrs -1
by reenmmr ruling, its sitoptu.n to A. ill ewn ts.
7.7. .."1v",w" ".--e been prcm
will be publish d hcreflft r. -
archibald a? l a uch lln
duncan McNeill, ' '
AfRED A' KETJIAN.
Fayetfieiilif, March 15, 1845. 316-tf "
The f.dLwin? article from Ihe N. Y. Tribune of
the 4th uli., will show ir what est in.aiion these
VV heels are juU by the bih auihcuiry of the Anier -Can
Fr-m the N. Y. Tribuni. " -
HOTCHKISS'S WATER WHEEL.
Thts hee', aft,r hain been adi ptid by soroo
:iindri d- of null owners r.n the D leware, Suscue
lannah, and in i.fbcr lumherins lt t-ionsi, was pie
seated lor con'ictiifofi qt tha ate fair of 'he Amer
ican Institute, and there wus awarded two pr m - .
iumn by oiff.rent C mruiilei first , as the b t
Water Wheel f'-r Saw M ilN; wconrlly. as beinff
one of the five best mv- ntions submitted nt ll.o
Fair. It has been rxl nsiv ly adopted iu Ihe great
pin districts of the South"; and He rapid abd'
UiO'th -xei u'ion, p rrect imnninity from ice or ,
back water, and nlher ccen- mie. are securing it a - -very
seneral preference. The Inventor is now on
bis wav south, and ma v be addressed nt Auiuta.
Ga. r at his residence, Windsor, Broome county,
N. V. Its advantage s are FUiiimi d as fol'ow $ : . -
I. the Vertical Whe. lien used for sw
Mills, requires no cearinj to nioduoe frc.m 175 tb'
3i' strokes of the saw per minute, r
2. I Hey ar as cheanly const ru ted as tli mm. -
inon Flutter Wheel, snd wj! ilo doulde the toei- '
ness with the same ndar.ta;e of ihe w at r. ,
3. Back water ia no impediment whtn there it a
han above." .
4. lc csnnof frm on t!ie who's.' -
ft. They occupy Uss space than a Flutter Wl.ec I
6. The increased speed of the s-w maks bitlsr
lumber, c t the same distanre with Ies resistance ...
and the saw-d usf i freely thrown eff which often -returns'
wiih'the saw,ca'using it to bind and heat, '
with slow M; Is. iv
7. They can h placed on the shaft, of a v mnrmn -Flutter
Whi-el Ali!f if in good orer, ard Imr ,Pr
on th same henri.is ifsuflieiently strong to sua
t&in the power rf the wlife??'." -
8. The wheels beinz'of east iron. willIaHt an age.
They also conii'nt the rpiiiie Fly or Balaree
Wheel,'. ettS'rinj? s uniform 11.0'ion, in a!! parts of -each
revolution. -. 1
9. The Introduction of m ie r'r-duo-d f" tC ''
plain system, sn that If the V-ad of wati r is kncvn,
the result is a mslhemaf 'eel erlainty. - - -j
10. Ay workman having the patterns. model,
and table" of calculaii'-n. ran adapt mills to any
location with perfect success."
1 1. The im prosed mode of feed in is much ap
proved of hy !.' who hare adopted it.
Just receive-1 on consignment, the riinr int works
of two four horse W a sons. A Tse, one fiur hb'se.
Waeon wiih cover," Itc comnl-ie. ready fr the
road. AM f which arc wa-r-inted rf the I ct ma
terial and workmanship, and will be sold low fur
March 15. 1845. II. 36-tC
Just Received on Couagnmen r,
HoUand Gin, ; ,
American Brandy, v
March !ft. 1845.:
M IL A N K
R. W. HARDIB : Huitre;
reived a'anpnly ohZZ?Jj
Clerks, Sheriffs, j "T r rr w
MMftnd well eiec-s--" . -
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