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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO lXniTIDTJALS; AND THE GLORY OP THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTY OF IT CITirEMt.'
BY W3I II BAY5E
FAYETTETILLE, SATURDAY. JULY 12, 1845.
V olume 6 Number , 333
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN I
Vmt rtn-rn'iPi.i at tn, e ,d of si months 3 00
at th-a end of the year 3 5
Rates of Adrcrtisluc S
S,xty o"t Per !"re fr firs'' an(1 lhir,y cen,s
foremen sun'equem iu.
Advertising by the year svill be charged
i th quantity of matter inserted.
Court aJvm"uein;nt9, Sec, S5 per cent higher
T N 1) E M N I
Affainst loss or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
C AP IT AI.--S 105,000.
Office in Grand near First Street, William-
urg-, opposite the ltly o jveie or..
Agency Office, Wells VutUUng, oi
C!rMti an Ztbrikie
Abr'm T. Bo!krcK,
S tml H. Clapp,
Chas. O. Handy,
Andrew C. B-.nedic',
Frederick W Favr,
LEYIUEL RICHARDSON, Pres't.
Andrew B. H oboes, Sec'ry.
WASHING TON POST, Agunt, New York.
TflE Willi i.nsbur? Fire Insurance Company,
hivin- h-en i nrorporated by an act of thu Leisla
tnr of the State of New York, for the purposes
of Fire Insurance, the Directors offer to Insure their
tv.llaw-riti;:is throughout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
and Merchandise, and Per-
. i p.,.,.,tf .nrrallv. bsiii ri ii I hem that the
nffirs of the Company, shall be conducted with
.,.,.1. rmx. rmHor and liberality as mey irusi
will ontitl ' it to pu'!ic coiifi Jence ana patronage.
iher. Aaant for the above lorn-
m. i - - ,
ntnr will ive anv further information that may
bo dVsireJ bv those who wish to Insure.
JAMES MAR t INE, Agent,
Feb. S, 185. 31 l-lf.
ROBERT A. STUART
Tf AS removed to the Store on Person street, rc-
ceaily occupied by Col. S. T. Hawley 'and nearly
opposite the Cape Fear Bank, wh re he can supply
the wants of all Ins customers in tne
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY LINE.
Af.SO, a rhoice supply of Foreigu Liquors
Hint W ines.
8 dox. Stuart Si. McGary's Old Port Wine.
April '26, 1845 5l3-lf-
mTwiirjr ITTT Tfl
1U L il u l u IJ UiVJ
HE Subfcrib r has Just received I rom INew
Y.rk i i arfdilion to his former stock, tasli-
ii.nab'e G'XXJS lr ladies' and geniiemen s wear.
Also, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm
Leaf HATS ;
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
hleached Shectin? ; Linen 5-4 and fi-4 ; ine Irish
Linen and Lonz Lawns; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Silk do.: heavy Russia Osnabuips, for servants;
. ,rr.r, do r fin Kli GloVeS, Silk M ittS do
Mav 4, f845.
THE Subscriber returns thanks to the citizens of
Favetteville and its vicinity for the very liberal
upp'irt extended towards him, and solicits a con
tinu n e oftheir p ttronaso at his nrio staiul, (near
ly opposite his old,) where he will always keep on
hand a fresh supply of
Bread, Rusk, Tea Cakes, Pound
and Sponge Cakes, Water and
Butter Crackers, &c, &c,
And all suc'i articles in his line as are usually
v;intd for family' use.
JOHN A. NEETZEL.
,LJ7 Families supplied with FRESH YEAST
oi t if phrrt;sf notice.
Nlav 'ii, 1845. 3a5-3m.
IS now receiving his summer supply ol GOODS,
which hs be-n purchased by tlie package at the
late ;-.s at he N rih, among which are
Snperfina Lnn.lnn Cloths'and Cutiimerti,
Frfkh Lawns and Diapers,
B'ack and colored Silks,
Halzorines and L'rialad Lawns,
Klate Pong.-c s, vrry cheap,
Rleach'dand brown Domt-atics, Irom 3-4 to tS-4
Calico and Giniham;
Silk and Cotton Hondkfrehief,
Lao, Edgings, anfJ.Ciui ling,
4-4 Bubineis, new style,
Elogant BarrEe Scarfs,
.0-4 elrant Silk Shawls
Dressed Silk llanrfkurchiefs, assorted,
Lan and uinen Cauibiie Handkrrchi fs.
With many other articles, all of which aie offered
uncommonly low for Cash, or to Punctual Cus
tomer on the usual tim. Call at No. 2, LIBER
Jnn- -27, IS45.
MRS. C. A. BROWN"
Has taken the house next door below tha Bank- of
the State, and wdl be happy to wait on hr old
customers and friends. She has just received
from Petersburg and Richmond, since the late fire,
a fresh supply, viz :
Fresh bunc'i raisins ; prunes, in boxes and jars,
Turkey fig ; Naples ditto ; Lemons j Almonds
and Walnuts, Brazilian and Cocoa nuts; a variety
of tresh candies and other articles in her line.
Also, eake ornament for weddings, &c. sll su
gar and very handsome.
l Af etHr,1 her ""'ncere thanks to all her
kind friends for their assistance on the morning of
the late fire.
June 28, 1845
I UA;JE'emoved the portion of my goods saved
from the F,re, to the bnek store, foot of Haymount,
lately occup.ed bv Mr Hamilton Mitchell, lorl one
door east of Mr Geor2e McNeill, whore 1 shall be
pleased to see ray friends and customers, as I am
determined to clse ffmy o00d, at LOW Prices
All persons havms claims afiinst me, wili
please present them for payment, and all indebted
to in whose notes and accounts are due will I
trust, seethe neeessrty of paying up without further
deny JOHN D. STARR.
June 25, 1845, 331-y.
Gardner 5t 2MZcK.etlian,
w AVE lntr.lv mids considerable improvement in
their style of Work, and have now on hand a GiN
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare witli any made in too Li OLdies.
Persons wishing to luv, wotild do well to ca'l
and examine our work, as we have determined, to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved notes.
n.v'inirin miriiiiDiov nr.M rate bmiihs. we are
a.ui'. - r .
prepared to oo any iron oriv m mv os nw
We warrant all our work to be ol good and taitn-
ftil workm imhip and m;iteri ils, tor one year.
JC REPAIRING faithfully executed at snort
notice, and nn reasonable terms.
Favetteville, February 8, 1345. y.
HAS on hand at th Wagon Yard, for HIRE,
HORSES Atf D BUC2G1ES.
Has a TWO-HORSE CONVEYANCE, with
a vi. w of accommodating persons wishing passage
to an v of the neighboring; lowns.
April I, 1845.
THOS. j. Taxms,
Agent of the Lafayette Livery Stables,
RESPECTFULLY informi the puhlic, that he
has a supply of excellent Saddle and Harness horses
to HIRE s alo, two Sulkies, one FJtmwy. and will
in a few days have two more splendid Bu;les to
hire, on IbV following terms :
For Horse, per day, SI
Horse and Bitssv, or Su1k'y, 1
Horses will be boarded on the following terms:
Board, prr day, SO 50
" ' week. 3 i
" month. -10 00
A two horse Carnage kept for the accommoda
tion of tho?e who may want passage to any place
ofTof the r2ular Stage lines.
The Subscriber's experience in the above busi
ness, together with his ccuplete stock of Horses
and Vehfclrs, will enable him to give full satisfac
tion to all hi s patrons.
Orders lor Horses and Conveyances will be at
tended to, if left at the Lafayette Hotel.
T.J. MIMS, Ae't.
April 11, 1345. 320-y.
Lb. RED CLOVER SEED,
For sale by
19, 1845. GFO. McNElLL.
TAKEN UP and committed
to tie Jail ot Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, t!ie '2Cth day
of Januarv, 1345, a neirro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that he was sold fn
Charleston to a man by the name
of McKenrie, and Was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his master. Said neirro whs for
merly the property of Benjamin Gass of Camden,
S. C'., and Was taken from this place last February
byMrGasa. Said nero Is about 5 feet 4 inches
high, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
age. The own r of said negro is horeby notified
to come forward, prove property, pay charges and
take him away, or he will be dealt with accoroing
to law,. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1845. 310-1 f.
Just received from New York nn assortment of
nne double and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
about o0 dozen Palm Leaf Hats, for sole low by
JONES & DUNN.
April 19, t845.
Strayed off from my lot in Fayetteville.on the 25th
day of April last a sorrel-roan COLT, whh a
blaze in hi-face; about thirteen months old. Also,
a small bay Mare about 4 years ld. She was
bought last March from a man that said he lived
in Moore county, and he siSned his name A Camp
bell. I will pay any person well f,r their trouble
that will biing them to me, or give me information
so tnat I can get them again.
WM. L. CALLAIS.
June S3, 1845. 33l-3t-
BY virtue fa Deed of Mortgage, made and
cuted to m by Ihe Lafayette Hotel Company, on
the 20th day of July, 1833, 1 shall expose to sale
on Friday the 1st day of Augnst next, at 12 o'clock
nn f ha nrami.ies. those two Iota ot lana in ini x own
of Favetteville. aitnate on Hsv. Donaldson, and
Franklin street, known as the Lafayette Hotel lot,
and tke stable lot, together with the buildings there
on, and the remaining brick and material, en a
credit of 3 and 6 monthr;
JOHN W. 3ANDF0RD.
Favetteville, Jane 26, 1845. 331-tds.
CLARK & McCALLUM,
HAVING removed their Tailoring Establishment
from their late Shop to the buiidin? formerly oc
cupied by Wm. L. Cofer, nearly opposite to the
Lalayette Hotel, on Hay street, respectfully inform
their friends and customers, that they wi'l continue
to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in the
most approved and fashionable manner. They
return their thanks for the liberal share ot business
they have received, and pledge themsels to merit
continuance of it, by strict attention and skill.
Latest fashions regularly received from New York.
JJec 4, 044. 203-tf.
THE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN
DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAf, rnanul'ac-
turedat the "J'ayettevtHe (N.C.) Candle Factory,"
and warranted equal if not superior to Colgate's
be:-t No. 1.
Bui lg determined to devote all necessary atten
tion tothe business, ad off-irin" it at a reduced
price, (Scents a pound bv the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronairei
C?" All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly atteHded to.
W. xMcL. McKAY.
Fayetteville, May 24,844
100,000 Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased all thv-LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Dubois, dee'd
lying principally in Robeson county, and on bot
sides of Lumber River, the difiv-rent surveys ton
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a !are part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber Ri ver, whre a large quantity
of Timber is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. These lanJs are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a large
part is U'cll suited, being in a region where the
Turpentine yiolds more abundantly than any other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
Information respecting the title can be obtained
by applying to the Hon.'Robert StraiiHo, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby jjivon, that
the law will be enforced asainst all such offenders.
Application fT any part of the Lands can he
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
FayetJevflle, N. C March f, 1345. 314-tf.
RAN AWAY from Mr James
McDuffie, on the 7th of Decem
ber las', my negro man AUCHY
lute the property of A. B- bee
dee'd. He is about 5 feet 8 or 10
inches high, has a long smooth
black fnfo. with loll promt nor I
cVeSi and is lame in one of his
legs. 'Ho is supposed to he lurk
ing about Favetteville, N. C. A reward of $20
will be paid for him if taken and lodged in any Jail
in this Stale, or 50 if takfm and lodged in Jail in
any olher of the States, so that I can ott him ajiain
J. M. STRONG,
FayetievHle, N. C, May 10, 1845. 32i-tf
State of Jf. Carolina Robeson county
Superior Court of LavJ Spring Term, 1845
Jane Allen vs. Hugh Roy Allen.
Petition for Divorce,
IT np ieaiin to the Court that Hugh Roy Allen
ix not an inhabitant ot this slate, and has no
aopnt here on whom notice can be served to take
depositions in this cause ; it is therefore ordered
that notice in the N-irth Carolinian, published in
the town of Fayelteville, in this State, for six weeks,
will be equivalent to actual notico on ine saici
Flush Roy Ailen. The said Hugh Roy Allen
will therefore take notice that n the second day of
Au"usf. 1845, at Enfaula, in Barbour county, in
thn State ot Alabama, thf deposition of George
McEachen and others will be taken, and on the
2fith dav of Julv. 1345, at llanirins Hock Church
in Lancaster di-trict, South Carolina, the deposi
tion of Thomas Twittv and others will be taken
A I! which deposition? "are to be road in evidence in
I In: above cause, at which time and places the soid
llnoh Rov Allen mav attend and cross-examine
Witness. Absalom Davis, Clik of said Conrt at
Office this 31st d;iv of Anrit 'IS45.
ABSALOM DAVIS. Jr , C. S. C.
June 7, 1S45. 323-6t. pd
Will be given by the corporate authorities of Fay
ctteville, to any person who shall give such infor
matiou as mav lead to the defection and convic
tion of the individuHl who fired the Town on the
morning of Friday the !3th inst.
June 16, 1845. Mag. of Police.
I will sell the :3TORE HOUSES that are no
occupied by Mi J .Tessup and myself: possession
can be s-ivon irnmediatel v. The b lilding is forty
leet front, laid out into two rooms, but can be turn
ed into one room by removing a p'ank nnrtition.
JOHN E. PATTERSON.
June 31, 1345. 330-tf.
THE SUBSCRIBER informs the public, and
particularly those in the burnt lUsfiict, that he will
furnish plans and specifications for biddings, or
contract to ereet houses and furnish materia!.,
whole or in part, at the option of the holders of the
property, on the most reasonable terms.
June 21, 1845.6 GEO. S. HODGES.
JOSEPH S, DUNN offers his ser-
vices as undertaker and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to contract for building or jobbing.
June 3th, 1845. Observer copy 3 wks
J. M. BEASLEY"
WOULD respectfully inform his friends, and the
public generally, that he is again do:ng business,
and may be found at the Foofof Hayraount, where
he hopes by close attention to business, to merit
some encouragement. Jewelry, military, and fan
cy goods, a few of all were saved, and will be offer
ed for sale lower than usual. Work done at short
June 21, 1845. 330-4L
iCF Observer copy 4 wks.
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may, for
the present, be found tt the office of Mr Thos. L.
Hybart, a few doors south of the Court House.
June 21, 1845.
ly in form the citizens
of Fay ctteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stand recently occupied
byE.J.CIarki on G:llepie
fStreet,5 doors South of the
Market Square, where he will
" -""""manufacture and keep con-
"atr-t'3r on ha"d an assortment of
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
Persons wishing to purchase would do well to
call and examine his stock before purchasing else
where, as he is determined to sell as cheap as anv
othermanufacturer in the State.
PoKpi Lf f " entire,y new Pattern.
r,.uun;NG done in the lastest style, and besl
manner. Also GUTTERING.
fiU'. 17. 1344.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been oppointcd
For the town of Fn
io l ie sale ot anv
;ood3 which may b entruatd to
onsinments from abroad
will ba promptly at-
32 1 -y.
April 19, 1845.
III AVE just received the new
style of HAT BLOCKS, and
now finishing GenMemen's super-fine
FUR AND SILK HATS,
Also, received bv last arrivals, a tpi v.rit r
Fuf, Silk, Pa nama, Leghorn, and Palm Leaf Hats
all of which have been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to sell very CHEAP.
May 17, 1845. 325-tf.
State of North. Carolina Richmond
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions April
Boslick & McKenzie vs Riley Henery.
Attachment Levied on the defendants' interest in
a coitain tract of t.nd containing two hundred
and nine:y-lbur acres, lyinjj in the county of
Richmond, near Little Alountain Creek,
and joining the lands of T. Bostick,
Alexander Martin, and others.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Cotlrt that
Riley Henery, the defendant in this uif, resides
beyond the limits of Ihe State; it is therefore order
ed t hnt publication be made in the North Caroli
nian for six weeks, notifying the said defendant to
be and appear at the next term of this Court, to be
held for the county aforesaid, at. the Court House
in the town of Rockingham, on Ihe third Monday
in July next, then and there to plead to this At
tachment, otherwise the same will be tat en pro
confeSviO and the land levied on be condemned sub
ject to the planlifiV debt.
Witness, GraMani A Nicholson, cleik of our said
Court at o trice, the third Monday oX.Apr,'t and
- In iSp 61th yWr'nf Amerlenn Tnrtr?rMidfnef, A.
D. 1845. G. A. NICHOLSON.
June 2 1, 1845. 330-Ct.
WOULD be; leave to inform his customers and
Uhe public in general, that having saved a larCTe
portion oi nis siecit oi kiwdzs at ine reccn' rire,
lie has re-opened nevtdoor west of the Post Office,
(Wagon Yard Building ) where -he intends con
tinuing business on the same terms as heretofore.
J-jne-31, 1845. 330-v.
The Subscriber would
respectfully inform owners r.f pro'
peity in the burnt distiict. that he
will furnish plans and specifications, and is also
prepared to rake contracts fur the erection of build
ings of any description. D. R. BELL.
June 2 1. 1845.
1 ho subscriber having lost his store hou;e and
most of his goods by the late firt, has removed for
the present to the new brick store occupied by
nenry L.ti:y where his notes ann accounts may
be found. Ail persons indebtedto hini areearnestly
requested to come forward and settle up their res-
pective dues, as he is very anxious to close up his
oi l business belore commencing airain;
June 21, 1315. S E.J.LILLY,
THE Subscriber is located for the present, at
the store of Mr Wm. Bow, two doors below the
Cape Feor Bank, where he offers for sale the few
goods he saved from the late fire, viz: Coffee, Tea,
Madeira, Sherry, and Sweet Malaga Wines; Prin
cipe Segars; Citron; Boston Crackers; Powder;
Shot; Shovels; Spades, and a few Dry Goods.
I hope my friends that are in want of any of the
above, willgiv; me a call. W. PRIOR.
June 28, 1845. 331-tf.
Durned out, but not entirely consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! ! !
SADDLER & HARNESS
RETURNS his sincere thanks to the public forlhe
liberal share of patromge heretofore bestowed up
on bun, and hopes hat as lie row requires a con
tinuance of their custom, to enable him to recover
from the severe scorching received in the late fire,
it will not be withhe'd. Hie fiiends. and cuch ts
will please to call at his shop, on South ide of
Person street, nxt door but one to the corner ol
Diok, will find a tolerable stock in his line, with
the best workmen, willing and ready to please in
anv job and repairing line, at the shortest notice,
jnne 23, 1345. 331-6m.
CANDIDATES FOR CLERKS.
Messrs Jno. McLaurin and Peter
Patterson are candidates for the
office of Clerk of the County Court
Messrs Duncan G. McRae and
Wm. Botv are candidates for Su
perior Court Clerk.
Fire Proof Hoofs.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for the cov
ering ot roofs of buildings .with tro, copper, or
zinc, and will execute promptly any work he may
contract for, and for small profits.
Jims 51, 1312. 33fl-tf. F T. WARD.
THE Subscribers take this opportunity of return
ing their warmest thanks to their friends and pa
trons, and the public generally fbr their liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon them ; also for th kind
sympithies manifested to them in the late calamity
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on the morning of the I9th inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord and Mr G A
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in giving them notice, and others in the surround
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge of
cannon. Having opened the Store nearly oppo
site, they bope soon to resume business, and would
most respectfully solicit the patronageof their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a chare of
public patroi. age. They have on hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron, Molasses, !?ug:ir, Smiths'
Bellows and Vises, LogChains, 6 superior Wrought
Iron 'Mill Cranks. Also, Anvils, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles ol Hardware, partially
damaged in the fire, all of which they will sell low
for Cash or Produce. They would also earnestly
request all those indebted to them by note or ac
count to make immediate payment, as it will enable
thtm to close their former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. fi.ee J. WAIU IMS.
arch I, 1845. 314-tf.
They have just received, bale superior Bridgeport 3
ply tseine 1 wine, 3 coila 5s tea in .Packing Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Raft Rope, I hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Train Oil, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whittemore's real Cotton Cards,
Coffue M 1 Ms. cast good Wagon and Cart Boxep,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment of Swedes and Eng
lish Bar lion ; together with a heavy -Stock of flat,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in shed joining their Store, but
BLAIJL & MA Mi
WOULD inform the public that they have
moved from i heir old st-tnd to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J & R M Onell, and
known as the Yellow Btilldinsrs. Having larglv
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements in ihe way of trade,
that will be to the interest of purchasers generally
to give them a call. Their stock will consist in
10 TonsSwedes and English Iron,
500 lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Steel.
500 Ps. Hollow Ware
500 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 Bag Shot, assorted,
1 5 Kegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,
30 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs, Copperasj
150 lbs Indigo,
1 Cask SalarntUs, .
50 sides sole Leather;
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.
Wagon Boies, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cines, Hadlock's Syrup and Powders, Cassia,
Camphor, CastorOil, Paints, Putty, Drugs, &c.&c,
Sept. 14, 1844. 290
JONES & DUNN
NFORM their customers and friends that they
arc now receiving their 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 sec. Our stock is not heavy, but a
good variety will be found upon examination. And
as our Groceries were purchased before the late rise
in prices, we can afford them as low ns any house
in the pfice. We return oiii- thuriks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our part shall be spared to give general satisfaction
-as heretofore. . We have now on hand (all fresh
an J in goo 4 order,)
Rio and Cuba Coffee ; Porto Rico New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas, Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Rfee, Candles, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&c. &c. &e.
STAPLE $ FANCY DRY GOODS.
Among which are 150 pieces Calicoes, (some
very fine, and really beautiful prints,) Victoria AI
paccas, plain and figured; Muslin d'Eane; Ging
hams; Irish LineA; Linen and cotton Drill; Linen
and cotton, checked and striped Drill j Nankeens ;
Mue, white, and colored Jeans ; Jaconet ; Book,
Cross-barrd, a. id figured Muslins; Bed Ticking;
Apron Checks; colored Cambricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose and half Host ; linen, silk, and
cot'on Gloves; silk and cotton, pocket and dress
Handkerchiefs, a great Variety; fancy Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace;' Edging ;
fine, hair, side, and reading Combs; bleached and
unbleached Domestics ; Broad Cloths ; Sattinets;
Kentucky Jeans, &c. ftc Florence, fine straw,
silk, willow and other E-onnefs of the latest styles ;
a rplendid assortment of artificial flowers. Alo,
a good assortment ot Slippers; Morocco and leather
Shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hats,&c. &c.
Trace and halter Chains; Hoes; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britannia,- and ?ron
tea and table Spoons; Razors ; rim, stock, closet,
chest, and pad Locks ; Sheep Shears; Drawing
Knives ; cutting Knives; corn and grass Scythes ;
Gimbltts; Latches and Bolts; Brads; Tacks, & &.C.
NOW IN STOKE,
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rico Sugar.
3 do do New Orleans do.
30 Bags green RioCoftVe,
4 Hhds. Molasses, a prime artitli,
S000 Lb 3. prime corn-fed Bacon,
1,000 Lbs. white Lard, in firkins,
5 do. Old Peach Brandy,
2 do. N. E. Rum,
50 Sacks Liverpool Salt, at our old stand, foot
April 19, 1S45.
32 1 -if.
WE are authorized to an
nounce the name of Edward Pjtt
man, as a candidate for the office
of County Court Clerk for the
County of Montgomery.
Persons indebted to the
Subscriber would confer an ts
oecial favor, by calling and set
tling immediately, tB recent caiacmy, be hopes,
will be ufficienfinduccaieQl. . - i
R. 7. HARDIE.
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscribers, having witneesed the vrry
successful operation of HOTCH KISS'S VER1 1
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Oral am 'a
Mill in Fayelteville, in May ai.jd June last, were
induced to purchase the Right fbr the entire Mete
of North Carolina, and now offer individual Ii ijtlle
for sale on very reasonable terms. They lave
novr on hand Seventeen full sets of Wheels, ni:d
have made arrangements to keep a constant sup
ply. Besides being genrrally adopted in the Noithern
States, there are already twelve saws in successful
operation in this State, and eight others in J Trices
ot erection. The astonishing power and speed f
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundrcJa of
citirens of this State, with universal appprol a'u n.
And we desire all who may fuel an interest in thu
subject to examine the Mills of. Arch'd Gtr.fiaiv,
Col. A Icx'r Murchison, Christopher Monroe, A lex'r
Williams, Arch'd McLaurin J. McDaniel, John
Cadej Mrs. Effy McFadyen, in this County ; Ct.l.
John C. McLaurin, in Richmond Count v; . ri hos.
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and lardy Roy 1 1 ia
Sampson County ; to each of whom we HefJfc
for information as to the prartieal operation of these
Persons who apply soon for Rights sen have
them put up by workmen Mho have been instinct'
rd by Mr Uotcliki-s himself. v t.
The Proprietors of the right of this Wheel in the
State of North Carolina, have received the follow
Fayelteville, Feb'y 3, 15 45,
We, the Subscribers, residing in the Ccuniy cf
Cumberland and State rf North Ciarelina, l aving
been engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for ma
ny years, feel full v warranted in stating, that Hon h
ksss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, nd
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage ci r II
mill owners, and thai we have fall confidence in
their superiority ; ".at the value of Mills will l.e
very much enhanced by their introduction. "'1 hy
are more durable, and easier kept in order ' w n
properly put together than ihe common Flutter
Wheel: they will save at least one-third of the
water, and run well in back water when there is
a head above. The speed of the Saw is incieacec
from one-half fn double tho 6i rikes per minute.
DUNCAN M UN ROE.
C. r. MALLETT.
JOHN C. McLAURIN,
THOMAS C. SMITH.
They have also recei ved a certificate from Col.
Alexander Murchfson, (which will be published
hereafter among others in handbill form,) in which
bespeaks of this as "the Greatest improvement
made on Saw Mills fn my his time says that
his Saw will Cut 5000 feet in a day; it ootuallycul
on the day before he wrote, 433 leet of II "irc
Quarter Boards; makes 240 strokes in n u.inwte;
flint one-haJfof the water is saved; and concludes
by recommending its sdopliori to Mill owners.
Olher certificates, which have been promise
will be published hereafter,
ALFRED A. McKETHAN.
Fayelteville, March 15, 1845. 316-tf.
The following article from the N. Y.TribeSe of
the 4th ult., will show in what estimation these
Wheels are held by the high authority oftue Amer
ican Institute :
From the N. Y. Tribone.
UOTCHKISS'S WATER WHEEL,
This Wheel, after haying been adopted I j some
hundreds of mill owners on the Delaware, 6usque
hannah.and in other lumbering regions, was pre
sented lor competition at the late (air of the Amer
ican Institute, and there was awarded two prem
iums by different Committees first as the best
Water Wheel fof Saw Mills; secondly, ss being
one of the five best inventions submitted at the
Fair. Il ha been extensively adopted ia the great
pine districts of the South'; and its rapid and
smooth execution, perfect immunity from iee or
back water, and ether economics, are securing it a
very general preference. The Inventor is now n
his way south, and may be addressed st agusfa,
Ga., or st his residence, Windsor, Broome county,
N. Y. lis advantages a're mimtoed as follows :
1. The Vertical Wheel when ased for Saw
Millsj requires no gearing to produce from 17fi to
300 strokes of the saw per minute.
2. They are as cheaply constructed as (he com
mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double the busi
ness with ihe same advantage of tiie wttef.
3. Back water is no impediment when there is s
Ai fee cannot form on' (he wheels. ,
ft. They occupy less shace than a Flutter Wheel
6. The increased speed of the saw maks better
lumber, cots the same distance with less resistance
and the saw-dost is freely thrown off, which often
returns with the saw, causing it to uind and heet,
with slow Mills.
7. They can be placed on the shaft, of a common
Flutter-Wheel Mill if in good order, and hurg up
on the same bearings if sufficiently strong to sus
tain the power of the wheels.
8. The wheels being of east iroe, will Het a'n age.
They also constitute the requisite Flj or Balanee
Wheel, secoring a uniform motion, in oil parte of
9. The introduction e'f m'iws ia redovd to a
plain system, mo that Jffh head of water is known,
the result is a mathematical certainty.
10. Any workman having the patterns, a rnocUf,
and table of calculation, can adapt mills to j
location with perfect success. -
11. The improved mode of feeding i's meca cp
proved of by those who have adopted it.
.,-. on consignment, the running won
of tw four horse Wagons. Also,' one feur horse
Wagon with cover, &e. complete, ready far the
road. All of which are warranted of ih beat .ma
terial and workmanship, and WxJI be sold lew for
JAS. 8. GRANT.
March 15, 1845. , 3lC-tf.
Just Received on Conaignmefit.
4'J boxes No. I foac.
A. M. CAXtrtiEZlu
: Masch 15, 1845. 3!8-tf
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