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"CHARACTER IS AS .IMPORTANT TO ITiTM 11 IT IS TO IlCJiniOAI.S; AH THB GLORY Of THE STATK IS THE COMMOJf PROHRTT CF ITS T!M.
BY " BAYXE
Of HIS NORTH
32 5 -.
ead of sit month 3 'HJ
end ofthe year . 3 5-
-ja;e of Advertising:
:r -m i i f r the fi.sf, an I thirty cent
i V.'w'u'-xt ia-serrion- ,
V.v t.io year .vill be charged according
. r..iLiuy .f mnMer inserted.
1 1 ifti
us, at', "3.- per eent nitjper.
M NIT Y
t i ri i 'e bv Fire.
VILLIVMS3J IGT FIREINSU-
OJice in iiraul neir First Street, Wttliams
, fctrr, opposite the City of Xeio York.
Ltarti (t See, iVtlh Building, 62 Wall st.,
Abr'm T. Boskerck,
Siml H. Clapp,
Chus. O. Handy,
Frederick W Favre,
J.rm Skill nan,
Si nl. Will -t-.
Nicholas VVjckon;. RI(,HARDgoNf pff8,t.
Amdrf.w B IIoic.E,Sec'ry.
WASHINGTON POST, Agent, .New York.
Tri Willi.unibur! Fire I-iuran-e Company,
having .incorporated by an act of th Legisla
te of the State, of New York, for the purposes
ef fire Insurance, the Directors ofier to Insure their
Mlowr-citii.iii hro-ihoot the United States
A-iinst Loss. or Damage by tire,
OnB iiid.ngs, Goodvand Merchandise, arid Pr-
. .1 I, .nurto renr:i lv. ajsnrmz
r. O i II . ' ' i - ' J - - - 7
.i-:, r-v.m...,iu 'in!l tie conducted
aiTiirs oi inn . r -
neh fairness, ean lor and liberality as th-y trust
wi l 'ot-ll : it to pn'.lie c.vifi I.Mice ano patronage.
Trie S H-s-ri r. Agent for the almve Corn-
will -iivrt any In tiier iirormaiiuu uii
I bv those who w s' to I i-un:.
J A M M A R r I N K, A 2mf
Feb. 3, 1S15.
3 II -t f.
ROBERT a. STUART
HAS removed to t be Store on Person street, re
c -r.lv occupied by Col. S. T. Howlpy and n-aHi
opposite the Cape F- ar Bank, wh. re he can supply
the wants of all his cn turner in the ,
DRY GdODS AND GROCERY LINE.
A F.SO, a choice supply of Forcigu Liquors
ami Wine. '
Apnl 26, 1845.
State of North Carolina Sampson county.
Curt of Enuilu Spring term, 145.
- - - - J
o. Vturiifiv. a-hriinisf rat'-r
of W in.
1 .11 I rv ....... , ... ,. i-ni
' , -1 .1 -...I
i nthi: s the next ot Kin ano u
1 J I
t -cs ot saio :ihtn.-u.
Bill to account.
ii, e:it isutetion of the Court
l i .rpu'-rti "
T,.. St:i.it"..rd a id wile Dorotby,
two of the
von'il th" limits of
d (n taut
this St it'1.
it i- therefor- ordeied'bv the Courtjb .t
i : i 1.- u in tti' Ninth
ii tiic -out. reside o
p. i . c i!iin bo
i' ir i li.lll. PU
inao- i i r i a vrc ...... -
t.shed in Fayetteville. :ht t'.c said
. . r.i... P...,.t
.1 n lavs lo appea.
o'' '''qui v f r tie eon
j in- on it I loose i .
;i't -r !h lt' lo:ilav
;it t i- n X' term "i io- v. .
,t v iS .X son, to b. held at
Clinton, . ii tbe fi ll Mooda
.. S ot.-.oli. r nex'. t!en ami
t i- r- t riw r. p
.u ill i) ik.-n p o e
oi.I ..r ilemor. or ei-e
!e ;. ril exparte
phv, Cle-.k" nd Master of
for the c..iiniy ot S;niip-oii
Wil e-- P.itrli k
t h' on r' d" iMj'i 1 1 V
.i! llTi. e the ''t'l
Monday nfter tb-4tti vio-vnn.
of Mar-h. A O. 145,
I Ii9 h vear l American
i ii ! iv n l -iu-o
p V TRIK MUl'.PHY. .M.tr..
!7. I-45 - VJ5-Rt
f North fa roll ia- Sampson county.
F.ini Ju -Spring Term, 1S45.
. !1 ' I t
i h rs,
f ii nl. f
ii i ed.
t ti n
. r ii
tb M . i
t !, i !
I urt, ir
5 ii ier 1
. t .e
thai ut lie linn b
, r uix e s, t '
I I", r a t o
.rt ..t' l7.Mui' v, to !e held tm
.. i :.t iie C. u loi e in lint
av itt rib - Hit ioi iav ot Sep
t l ii -i m I s e ill- to 'h- su
i hinN .f lli-'lerk and 1 is'e
s.iiifomthe si'er.t tbe lam's of
c -a-ierl. the s id u n wd! be di--
l'' t 1
' 1" I -v K
i rib itd a non; th
other h-irs at Uwol s.il de-
Witness, Patrick Morphv, Clerk and M ter o(
the Court of Equity , tor the conr.ty o- Simpson,
at Office, (he 5lh Momlay after the 4th Mon day
of ! ireh, A D IS15, and 6'Jrti year of American
I ndcpendcni e.
PATRICK MURPHY, C. M. K.
May 17 1345. 325-6f. per adv. i '25.
TO THE PUBLIC.
HE Subscrib r has jnst receiver, in m
naOe lr' 'KJmJZ ir
. ,irvii C
ladies' and gentlemen's wear.
tso, Panum i, Leghorn, and Palm
Leaf HATS ;
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
bleached. Sheeting ; Linen 5 4 and 6-4 ; fine Irish
Linen nd Lon j Lawns; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Silk fo.; heavy Russia Osnabnrgs, for servants;
Wmmon do.; fine Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts do
- ' P. TAYLOR.
May 24, 1845.
T 0 W N
71 r W'm arSMl mm.
1 . 111. an'.senber reuirn thanks to the citizens 01
h avettevtUe and its vicinity for the very libetal
support ext. nded towards hnn, and solicits a cn
tinu in- e ot their p trona-eat his new stand, ( near
ly opposite h-s o d,) where he will always keep on
hand ni tsh cuppty of
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.
JOHN A. NEETZEL.
flZF Families supplied with FRESH YEAST
on t t shortest notics.
Mar 24, 1845. 3tK-m.
gSt Home Manufactures
HAVE lately rade consu rable nnprovni nt in
i heir stvl : of Vork, and have now on hand a G N
ERAL ASSORTMENT, onsng-ino of .
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Wiiich for legance of shape amt finish, and dura
bilitv, will corhpare with any made in th- U Suites.
Persons wishing to buy, would . do well to call
and examine our work, as we hav determined to
sell LOSV for Cash, or api-rove1 notes.
Having in our employ firH rato Smi lis, we are
prepan d to do any Iron work in the above line on
moderate terms. ,,
W warrant all our work to be of ood and faith
ful workm tnrhtp and materials, fir one year.
Cp REPAIRING faitbtuliy executed at short
not'ii eand on reasonable terms.
Fayettevdle, Febmary 8, 1845. y.
HAS on hand at the Watson Yard, for HIRE,
SldliSKS AXD BUC5G1ES.
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
a vk w f accomiiiodafi'i g persons wishing paasar
o any fit the neinoorinjj luwns.
April I, 1845.
THOS. J. MIIVES,
Agent of the Lafayette Livery Stables,
RESPECTFULLY inform the p'dbjic, that he
has a supply of excellent Saddle and Harness horses
to HIRE ; al-o, two Sulkies, one Hu-za. and will
in a few days h iv; two mnr splendid Buggies to
hire, on the fullowins terms
For Horse, per day, 5! t!,s
Florae and BiiSV, or Sulk' y, 1
Horses yviiloe boarded on the follow i lg terms:
Board, per day, SO, 5
" " iv.onth,
A fyvo horso Carriag kept for the nccoinmoda-io-i
o' tho-i' who m iv want "asaje to any p ac
ff ,f f'if. re o'ar la-e line?.
I he Sub-c i'er's Xier eni e i .i the above b isi-
. . . I. . I C X ,
to .I h,.r wi?h PIS i-ointileie Sli'tu in ' 1 nr' F
d Ve'del s, w in eua'de him to g've b
lion to a'l hi s patron.
Orders lor HnrVs and Cony yances will be at
tended lo, if I. ft at Ihe Lafayette -Hotel.
" T. J. MIMS, Ag't.
April 11, 1845. 320 y.
Lhs. RED CLOVER SEED,
K.ir snle liv
19, 145 GFO. Mc.N'F.lLL.
TAKEN l!P and iiuntiiitlcl
to t -f. Jail o! Cuuilierla . ! cu it v ,
i C, o'i S ukIiiv, the '46111 day
of Ja-niarv. 1S45, a nern man
who savs his name is SIMON,
an i says tbat h- was sold ii.
Charleston to a man by Ihe name
of McK-niie, and wascarried t- Alabama or Geor
in a nd t h re left his m ister. Said nero for
in rlv th- pv p -rt v of Be"jamm Gass of Camden.
S. C. and was t?lk-n Imm this pi -ice last February
bvVlrGiss. Said nero is about 5 feet 4 iuch-s
high, d irk i-ompl-xion. and about 45 or 50 years of
-. 1 lie nw ii'Ti'l sain oeni 1 - --", ....ni..
o co ne forwa'r'!, prove, property. p?y charges, and
take htm away, or he wilt ty ileait m rn aecorning
to layv. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1815. 310-tf.
Just received from New York an assortment of
fine double and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
about at) dozen Palm Leaf Hat, lor sale low by
JONES & DUNN.
April 19, 1845. 330-tf.
State of North Carolina Duplin couuty.
Court of Pleas $ Quarter Sessions April
Michael Boyctte and wife Nancy, and others, vs
Jesse Newton and wife Betsey, and others.
Petition for Paitition.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of th-Court
thct Jesse 'Newton and wifrt Betsey, Peter Rogers
and wife Nelly, Jacob Herring and wife FatTny,
t-nants in common by deed of Gilt from David
Quinn and defendants in this case, are not inhabi
tants ot this State; it is therefore ordered thai
publication be made in the North Carolinian, a
newspaper print-d in Fayetteville, for the said de
fendants to appear at the next Court ot Pleas and
Q,uarter Sessions to be held for the county of Dud
Itn at the Court Hons in KenansviSle, on the third
Mondav in Julv next, then and there to plead, an
wer, or demur to the petition of Michael Boyetn
and wife Na icv, Kim- S nith. and James Dickson,
r.-.or.dan tn t ho eh il dre n of Ben ia m i n Ezell. filed
..in.t tKom Ct th. division of lands, or the same
will be taken pro confesso and heard exparte as to
them. ' .'
Witness, James Dickson, Clerk of said Cour. at
Office the 3d Monday in April, and 69th year I
our Independence, A. D. 1845-
JAMES DICKSON Clk.
Mar 31, 1315. 357-Rf. per dv. f3 3f.
CLARk & McCALLUM,
HAVING re noved thir Tailoria - EsUbliabment
froi their late Simp to the . building formerly o
cupjfd by Win. L. Uofr, near! opposite to the
Lalnye'te Hotel, on Hay atreet, respeiul y infonii
their frinndb and customers, that thev wih continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
moat approved and fashi ia'le manner. T-ey
return th- 'r thank lor the hb ral share of business
th'y have received, and pl.-de thcinselv" to inert
a continuance bf it, by strict aft ntion and skill.
Latent fishions reularlv received from New York.
Dec 14, 1844. 2U3-tf.
THE subscsiiur otteis t.ir aai ONE E1UN
DRED B XES OF BAR SOAe, manufac
tured at the "Favrtteville (N.C.)Cmdle F ictorv,"
and warranted qual it not superior to Colgate's
best No I.
Bei determined to devote all necessary atten
tion to the business, and ufi rins it at a seduced
price, (5 cents a pound l the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share ot public patronage.
All ordert thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayettevillo, May 24,844
100,000 Acres V aluable
THE Subscriber has purchased a!l th LANDS
belonsina to the Estate of Abram Duboif, dee'd
lyinz principally in Robeson county, and on botj
sides of Lumber River, the' different surveys con
taininS over, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a l re part fiHelv Timbered, and con
veiiient to Lurn'ier Riv.-r, wh re a laige quantjiy
ot 1 imiier is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. Th''s lari'is are verv valuable b th for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a lare
part is well suited, bei i m a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section of the SMate. The Lands will te sold at a
low price, and in qom'i'ies to suit purchasers.
Information respect iu Ihe title can De ontaineo
bv applting to the Hon. Robert Stmise, James C
n.,bbin. Esq.. A A T Smith. E?q.. (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to allot whom notice is hereby oiv.-n, tha'
the law wil be enforced against all suQh offenders.
Application f-r any p-irt of the Lands ccn be
made to myself, ot to John Wins'ow, Esq., who
will be duly au'honzt d to make sale f t the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayetteville, N. C, March I, 1845. 3 1 4 -1 f.
$50 MEW AMD.
RAN AWAY from Mr James
McDnfrie, on the 7th of .Decem
ber last, my negro man ARpHY
late 1 he property of A. B bee
dee'd. H: is about 5 feet 8 or 10
inches high, has a lon- smooth
black face, yvith full prominent
eyes, and is lame iitfone of bif
les. He is smposed to he lurk-
in2 about Favetteville, N. C. A reward of $20
will be paid f-jr him if taken and lodged in any Jr.il
i 1 this State, or $50 if taken and loosed in Jail in
any other ofthe States, so that I can get h:m arain.
J. M STRONG,
Favctiev lie. N. C, Mav 10,1845. 320-tf
State of N. Carolina Robeson county.
Superior Court of Lnw Spring Term, 1845.
Jane Alien vs. Hugh Roy Allen.
Petition br Divorce.
I r np eaiins to t e Court t sat Hugh Roy Alb n
s not an inhabitant of ihi tate, and .has no
ietit bete on who n n-.tice can bs seiv d to tak'
depositions m. ti'is cau ; it is th refore onleie..
that no ice in the, N r h tJaroli'M m, piibli-hed in
t! e toyyn of Favctteville, in ih s State, for six weeks,
will be 1 qoivalent to actual notic- on the saio
Ho-di Roy Aden. The said Hugh Roy Allen
will therefore take notice lhat n 'he second day of
Ausust, 1 845, at Eufiula, in Barbour county, in
the State of Alabama, the deposition of George
McEacben and others will be taken, and on the
6th day of July, 1845, at Hangm? Itock Church
in Lancaster iilrict, South Carolina, thedejjpsi
tiod t.jrT.Koms.T-yviiiy.ahd others wi'f fee taken.
il iueh lieDosiliona'a-e to ber- adin evidence in
the above caus
, at which time and places the said I
Huh Roy Allen mav attend and cross-examine
Vifie-s, Ab"a'oin Davis, Clerk of said Conrl a'
Ofnce this 31st dav of Atiril, I8J5.
ABSALOM DAVIS, Jr. C. S. C.
Jnne 7, 1845. 323 61. pd
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
THEREcamr? to rnv house abput.1.6 mdes wn
of Fave'teviMe, three ks ago. a lad, ap
oaientlv between 19 n 2C yars ot a-e, whoap
penrs to be d-ranifed, and cannot, or will not, ive
my account of himself, exc pt that his name i
Randol;ih Cope. He i n-ar about six feel high,
dark hair, dark eyes. Ions nose, anil fair sl in. He
has n- beard. ? i is only clothing when he came
to niy hous , was a dark or brown cotton and wool
mixed pair of pant .loons, shirt, suspenders and old
straw hat, all well worn. He sometimes appear
ratiotial, and will comuitnce a job of work, but
soon fly off from it in one of his fits of absent mind
edness. If he has any f-jend.-, I would he glad if
thev would come forward and take charge of him
immediately. NEILL RAY.
June 7. 1845.
Will be given by the oorporate authorities of Fay
etteville, to any person who shall give such infor
mation as may lead to Ihe detection and convic
tion of the individual who fired the Town on the
morning of Friday the 13th msl-.
June 16, 1845. Mag. of Police.
I will sell the STORE HOUSES that are no
occupied by Mi J Jessnp and mvself ; possession
can be ;ivon immediately. The b tiding is forty
tee! front, laid out into two rooms, but can be turn
ed into one room by removing a p ank partition.
JOHN E PATTERSON.
June 21, 1845. 330-tf.
TE1E SUBSCRIBER intorms the pubic, and
particularly those in the biiM.t t'istiict, that he wiu
furn sh plans and specifications Cr rmldinss. or
cor.tract to erect houses and fur-ijsh material-",
whole or in part, at the option o' the holders ot the
-rnp.riTt on the most reasonable trms
Jun- 21, 1845.6 GEO. S. HODGES.
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser-
vices as unde taker and bilder, to t' e citiz ns n
others, disposed to contract for building or jobbirj.
Jone Qth. 184B. Observer copy t wkt
JULY 5, &S.
THE Subscriber having lost his store and en
tire stock of Goods by the late fire would respect
tul y call upon all those indebted to hmi, to come
forward and make im-ueo'iate payment, as they
will confer a great favor on him. and save them
selves cost. He may be found at the store of
A. Marsh; v. ho will be duly authorised to settle
iih any that may call in oase ot his absence.
June 21, 1845. 330-3t.
L-J Observer copy 3 wreks.
V V lyjnforn the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stmd recently occupied
by E J. Clark, on Gdle.pie
Street, 5.iloirs South of th
Market Square, where he will
star.tly on h ihd ah assortment of
nanuiaciure ana keen con.
11 AND 8HKET IRHv
rersons wishing to Diirchasp won Id d u..ll t
call and examine his -tock before purchasing else,
where, as heis determinedto sell as cheap ai any
other manufacturer in the State.
BAlvfc,btS of an entirely new pattern.
ROOFING , done in th UsteRt Kt
manned. , AJso GU TTL RING.
Aug. 17, 1844.
And Sojourners in Fayetteville
MB9i E. SMITH is still prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or
sojourning in Fayett. vide, tier tnb'e is always
as iood as the market afloids. She has good sta-
Us and hostlers, and attentive waitors.aud re
spectfully solicits a conf noaneeof public p ifronajre
Her resiuence is so w 11 known that it needs no de-
cri! lion. SSo cx- rtions will be sared to
Feb. , 1815. 3i,-tf.
a -mm- Hf" Ti Ti T
j I If i ij A VI P H K L L
iTJ !. 1V.."ifA 1 JJ J U U ,
IInv;ii2 ben aimointcd
For the town of F.iyett.-ville, is prepared to attend
to the sale of any oods which may be entrusid to
Consignments from abroad will be oromotlv at.
April 19, 1815. 321-y.
TT HAVE ju-t ie-ived the new
ii yle of HAT BLOCKS, and
J noyv finishins Gen'lernen's super-fine
FUR AND SILK HATS.
Also, r. ceived bv last arrivals, a "reat variefv of
Fur, Silk, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm Leaf Hats,
II of yvhich have been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to sell very CHEAP. ;
t DAVID GEE.
May 17, 1845. 325 -tf.
State of North CarolinaColumbus county
Iti Equity Spring- Term, 1845.
V ynne Nance and others vs. Marmaduke Poyv-
ell and others.
1 1 appei nnj to toe Court that Jesse Faulk and
wile are not inhabitants of this Stato : it is There-
lore ordered th u publication be ma.de in the North
arolmian published in Fayetteville for six week
for th sairl Faulk and wife to appear al the next
term 01 irii-- Oonrf to be held at ihe Court Hn.,
in W hitevd'e, on the third Monda v after the fourth
Monday in September next, and plead, answer or
demur,-or t.he bill will be taken pro confesso as to
mem, and st-tor iear4n e.iparte.
Witness. J A. Maultshy, Clerk and Master of our
said Oourf ot bqmfy at Office, thns-cond Mon
day after the fourth Monday m Mareh. 845.
J. A. MAULTSBY.
State or North, CaroIIua Columbus county.
In Equity Spring Term, la45.
Wynne Nance aiid.otaers vs. . armaduke Pow
ell and others.
Complainants have leave to take the deDosition
of Moore L"nnn as evidence in this cause, subject
to an ju-t exc ptio is ; and notice is hereby giv n
to an persons interested in this suit that complain-
nts will proceed to take the depositions of .Vlnnri
Lfiion, Absalom Powell, and Elijah Elkins, at the
Court House in Whiteville, on the first Saturday
in August next, and that publication of this notice
in the North Carolinian published in Fayetteville,
tor si weeks, will be deemed equivalent to per
sonal service. J . A. iM.-VUL. I BB V,
Clerk and Master.
May 31, 1845. 327-6f. per adv. 3 25.
State of North Carolina - Richmond couuty.
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions April
Bostick & McKenzie vs. Riley Henery.
Attachment Levied on t;te defendants' interest in
a c.eitain tract of land containing two hundred
and ninet y-four acre ly ing in the cotjnty of
Richmond, near Little Mountain Creek,
and joining the lands or I . eosttck,
Alexander Martin, and others.
It appeari g to the satisfaction of the Court that
Riley Henery, the defendant in this suit, resides
beyond the limits of the State; it is therefore order
ed that publication be, made in the North Caroli
nian tor six weeks, ne-tiiymg the sain oetendant to
he and appear. at th next Term of this Court, to be
held tor the, courrty aloresaid, at tte. (Uourt .House
n thr. toijn of Rockingham, on the third Monday
in July next, thn and there to plead to this At
tachmen1, otherwise the same will be tar en pro
confesso and the land I. -vied on be condemned sub
ject to the plantiffs debt.
witness, Graham A INicholson, c'eiK ot our said
Court a office, the third Monday of April, and
in the 69th vear of American Independence, A.
D. 1845. ' G. A. NICHOLSON.
WOULD beg leave to inform tus custom rs and
he fiiblic in general, that having sivida large
po-tion of his sti ck of GOODS at the reeen fire,
heh-is re-open d next door we ofthe Post Office,
(Wag'n Yard Building,! yvh re he intends con
tinuing business on the imf te-ms as heretofore.
Jine-2I. Ig45. . 330 y.
The Subscriber would
re8;-ecf'iil!v inform wners ( pro-i-erty
in the burnt di?tiict, that he
will fnruish plan and sp'-HfiValions, and is also
prepar-d to tak ontructt f.jrtbe erection ol bMild
i g of any description. D. R. BELL.
N O T I C E ...
THE Subscribers taka this opportunity of return
ing thair warmest thanka to their fiiends and pa
irons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon them; also for the kind
sympithies manifested to thfis in the late calamity
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on the morning of the 19th inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord and Mr G A
Scbwartsman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in givirtpthem notice, and others in the surround
ing neighborhood of the Are, by the discharge of
cannon. Having opened the Store neatly oppo
they hope soon to resume business, and would
most respeet fully solicit the patronageof their friends
and the public, and shell hope to merit a share ot
public pairo:.age. Thev have on hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron. Molasses, Sug-ir, Smnhs'
Bellows and Visirn, LogChains, 6 supcior Wrought
Iron 'Mill Cranks. Also, A nvilf, Vis. s, Trace
Chains, and heavy aiticles of Hardware, partially
damaged in Ihe fire, all of which ihey will sell low
lor Cash or Produce. They would also earnestly
request aii those indebted to thrm by note or ac
count jo make immediate payment, as it will enable
thtm to close their former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. H. & J. MARTIN E.
Varch I, 1845. 314-tf.
They have just received, bale superior Bridgeport 3
ply Seine Twine, 3 coils Steam Packing Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Raff Rope, 1 hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Train Oil, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whittemore's real Cotton Cards,
Coffee Mills, cast sood Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 2u bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment of Swedes and Eng
lish Bar lion ; together with a heavy Stock of fiat,
round, and squate Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in shed joining their Store but
Me m oval.
MAJLIL & MAILIL
OULD inform the pub'ic that they have
moved from their old stnd to tiie store
ately occupied bv Messrs C J & R M OrrcP, and
known as the Yellow Buildinos. Having larirlv
increased their stock of GROCERIES, ""they are
prepared to offer inducements in the yvay of trail-.
hat will he to the interest of purchasers generally
to give them a call. I heir stock will consist in
pa rt of - . . .
10 Tons Swedes and English Iron,
500 lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Sttel,
500 Ps. Hollow Ware,
500 Lbs. Bar Lead,
40 Bags Shot, assorted,
1 5 rvegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,
300 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs. Copperas,
1 50 Ih Indio,
I Cask Salaratus,
50 sides sole Leather,
75 Bas RioCofTe,
10 Hhds. Porto Rico Siisar,
inOO lbs. single and double refined and Coffee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
Wagon Boxes, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cines, Had lock 's Syrup and Powders, Cass a,
Camphor, CastorOH, Paints, Pottv. Drugs, &c. Sic,
Sept. 14, 1844. " "290
JONES & jDUJNN
NKORM their customers and fiiends that thev
are noyv receiving tfieir Spring and Stsir.ni r
STOCK OP GOODS;
And as most of them have been bought from the
manufacturers and importers, they will be offered
ow. Call and see. Our stock is not h- avy, but a
good variety will be found upon examination. And
as our Groc ries were purchased before the late rise
in prices, we can, a fiord thi-m as low. as any. house
in the place. "We reltirri our thanks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our part shall be spared to ive general satisfaction
as heretofore- We have now on hand (all fresh
an J in good order,)
Rio and Cu'ia Coffee ; Porto Rico. New Orleans,
:nd Loaf Sugars; Teas. Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Rice, Candles, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
6tc. &c. &c.
S TA PL E y FA JVC Y DRY GO OJJS.
Among yvhich are-. 150 piece Calicoes, (some
very fine, and renl' v beautiful prims,) Victoria Al
paccas, plain and fiur-d; Mo!in d'Lane-; Ging
hams; Irish Linen; Lnen and cr fun Drill; Linen
and cotton, check ed and striped Diill; Nankeen;
Mue, whi'e, and colored Jeans; Jaconet; Book,
Cross-bnrrd, a. id figured Muslins; Bed T i k 102 ;
Apron Check; c-lon-d Catn'iricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose and half Hose; linen, silk, and
cot'on G'ove?; silk andcotton, pocket and dres
Handkerchief, a on-at Vari ty: faniy Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Mitt; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp: Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Edging;
fine, hair, side, and reading Combs; bleached and
nnb'eached Domes' ics ; Broad Cloths; Sattinets ;
Kentucky Jeans, &.c. &c. Florence, fine straw,
ilk, willow and other Bonnets of the latest styles ;
a splendid assortment ofartilicial flowers. AUo,
a izond assortment of Slippers; Morocco and leather
boes, Brojrans, Boots, Hats.&c. &c.
Hardware c Cutlery-
Trace and halter Chains; Hoes; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britannia, and 'ron
tea and table Spo"; Razors; rim, stock , closet,
ehest, and pad Locks; Sheep Shears; Drawing
Knivra ; cutting Knives corn and grass Scythes ;
Gimhlets; Latches and Bolts; Brads; Tacks, fc &.
NOW IN STORE,
5 Hhds. rrime Porto Rico Sugar. :
3 , do do New Oi leans v.o.
30 Rags green Rio C' ff e,
4 Hhds. Molasses, a prime article,
500O Lb, prime corn-fed Barun,
lfit Lbs. wh.te Lard, in flrtim,
15 Bbls vhiskev,
5 do. Old Pe.ich Brandy,
2 do. N. E. Rum,
50 S icks Livf-.rpaol Salt, . a? our o!J stand, fc&t
of Ilavmniint. ': ":
April 19, 1345 .321 -if.
113 WE are authorized to an
nounce the name of Edward Pitt
man, as a candidate for the office
of County Court Clerk for the
County of Montgomery. "
Persons indebted to the
Subscriber would confer on es
oecial favor, by culling and set
tling immediately. His recent calamity, nehopc",
will b juenf indUc..wnt,R w-HA. Dik
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscribers, having witnrst-ed the very
successfuUperjation HOTCHKISSS VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Giat am's
Mil! in Faynteville, in May ai.d June last, were
induced tb purchase th Right for the entire Slste
of North Carolina, and now offer individual Right
for saio on very reasonable terms. - They have
now on hand Seventeen ..full att ot Wheels, and
have made arrangements to keep a constant sup
ply. Besides being generally adopted in the Noithern
States, there ares-!rady twelve ns in anccesHol
operation in this State, and eight Others in process
of erection. The astonishing fewer and speid of
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundi eds of
citizens of this State, with universal ppprobaiicn.
And we desire all yOjo may f el an intent in the
subject to examine the Mills of AicJi'd Giehani,
Cot. Alex'r Murcluon, Chrtopher Mnnroe, AlxV
Williams, Arch'd McLaurin. J. Mi Dtnit I, Jolm
Cade, Mrs.Effy MiFadyen, in this. County ; Cel.
John C. McLaurin, in Richruond .County;' 1 hos.
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and Hardy JRoyall 111
Sampson County; to each of wboniweRefeV
for information as to the practical operation cf tinea
Persons who-apply soon for Rights an have
them put up by workmen who-have been iustrtnt
ed by Mr Hotchkirs himself.
The Proprietor of Ihe right of this Wheel in I he
State of North Carolina, have received ihe fol!
Fayetteville, Feb'y 3. If 45,
We, the Subscribers, residing in the Com.ty . f
Cumberland and State tf North Cnrn!ina, hr.yi.
been en jr aged in the manufacture of Lumber for m:i -ny
vears, feel fnllv warranled in stntinff-, that Ho'ih
k.ss's VERTIC'AL WATER WHEELS, atul
their appendages, are wotthy of Ihe patronage f f f . Ii
oiill owners, and that we have full corfidri cf in
their sttperioj-ity ; t hat the value of Mill will I'
very much enhanced bv their introduction. 'J l.iv
are more durable, and easier Ueptiiioider ylej
properly put toueth r than the commcn FlotTcr
Wheel: they will suve at hast ene-third f f!
water, and run w.ll in back water when hte i -a
head above. The speed of the Swis increase'.'
from on-ha!fto double llie- stri kes per minute.
DUNCAN MUN ROE,
CHRISTOPHER M UN ROE,
C. P. MALLETT.
ANGUS CAMERON ,
JOHN C. McLAURlN,
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also received a certificate from Col.
Alexander Murchison, (which w ill be published
hereafter among others in handbill form,) in vhh
bespeaks of tin'- as "the greatest 1 npi ,,v. ti.n 1
made on Saw Mills in my hi.? time ;" a N j!,..;
his Saw will cut 500(1 feet in a dav; it i CMialiy
on the day before he wrote, 4t83 feci of I' "into
Quarter Boards; makes 240 s trok i s in a 1 m m ;
that one half of the wafer issavd; and concludes
by recommending its edoption to Mill cwrnr.
Other certificates, which have Letm f.ron ie
will be published hereafter,
. ALFRED A. McKETHAN.
Fayetteville, March lo, 1845. 3IS-tf.
The following article from the N. Y.Tribaavoi
the 4lh nit., ill show in what cstimatiea tbeae
Wheels are held by the high uutkoiity ofthe AmT
ican Institute :
From the N. Y. Trihone. .
HOTCHKISS'S WATER WHEEL.
This Wheel, after haying been adopted by sema
hundreds of mill owners on the Duleware, 8uqtt
hannah, and in other lumbering legions, wos pfe
aented for competition at the late fair of the Amer
ican Institute, and there was awarded two pieie
iuma by different Crmmitteta first ns tl.e its;
Wa"ter Wheel for Saw Mills; secondly, as f e;i:-;
one of the five best inventions submitted ut f f
Fair. It has been extensively adopted in the r'
pine districts ofthe South'; and its rapid end
smooth execution, perfect immunity from i.e r
back water, and wilier economies, ere se curing i', -very
general preference. The Inventor isr no it t .
his way south, and may he addressed- ut Augu;tn ,
Ga., r at his residence, Windsor, Broome cocrifv,
N. Y. Its advantayen are summed as follows :
1. The Vertical w Wheel, w hen used for f- ;
Mills, requires no oeariii to produce fr m 115 t
30 strokes ofthe saw per minute.
2. They are as cheaply constructed bs the r.i;.
mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double the U. -ness
with the same ndvanlage of the ati r.
3. Back water ia no impediment hen tl.ero i-
4. Ice cannot form on, the whei I?.
5. They occupy lens space thnn a Flufltr Wl.a .
6. The increased speed of tha saw makes lef;i
lumber, cuts the same distance with lees resist.'
and the saw-dust is freely thrown off, whiib iN
returns with the eaw, causing it to bind a c Icj -,
with slow Mills.
7. Ther can be p'ared on tl.e shaft, of a r.rnrr o
Flutter-Wheel Mill if in good order, tied Inn g 1 ; -on
the same bearings if sufficient.',) slrvug I -tain
the power ofthe wheels.
8. The wheels bein of cast iron, wtII Ja.-t r r ;; -They
also constitute tbe requisite Fly or liu.,'
Wheal, securing a uniform motion, in t.!: pstU
9. The introduction, of mills is redrr? ?
plain system, so that if iie head of y ati r ji !lr ,
the result is a mathematical certainty.
10. Any workman having the patlf roe,
and table of calculation, can adapt mill; u
location with perfect success.
1 1. The improved mode of feeding is rt 1 '
proved of by thoae who hare adoptetf if.
Just receied on rninionm.! ,u
of twfi four horse Wagons. Also, on- ?:
Wagon with cover, &.;. complete, ready
road. All of yvhich are warranted ol the' 1
teria! aiid workmanship, and will be
JAS. s. n Ti
Mareh 15, 1S45. 3t :
Just Received on Consigns
40 boles No. I ioan-
March 19. 1845. 3I-tf
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