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. "CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO IXniriDUAI-S; AND THE GLORY OP THE STATE 13 THE COMMON PROfERTY OF ITS CITIZENS."
JV VM n BAY.XE
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per aiati n, if paif in a Ivance, S2 o
if ,iai l at t ic e nl of six months 3 'u
al tli em! ofihe year 3 5
Rates f Aivertising :
t'y cents pr i ir,- fir '!.c fiai, and thirty cents
for eu:h suVi'i-vit iaertinn.
A Jr-tidins bv th ; V'ar A-iU We chargred according
'm th q nti'v 'f inciter insorte.l.
C -irt lverticn;n?9, &f, 25 percent higher.
I N D EM N IT Y
A r i"i it Idjs or tla i c by Fire.
TIIE WLLIMS3rJtlG FIRE INSU
IUNTCB COMMAS Y.
C A. P IT A --9 1 OS ,GOO.
Ofice it Cira i.l near First Street, Williams
burz, appimlt the Cihj of .Yew York.
Agency O jice, tVtlis Building, G2 IVall St.,
Art'lr -w (J. IS :n eti'icU
Frediiic!t W favr;,
Abi'm T. B.-krok,
Vran:-'in St inheil,
S i tul fl. Clnpp,
Jsruni ih Joh.Hon,
J !ui S'till na 1,
St nl. Will t-.
Cliii. O. Haiuly,
Li nucl Ri;harJs tn ,
T. M.JL RICH ARDSON. Prs't
Asnnr.W li HobsbS.-c'iv.
V S:iN3l'0. t.)3 F, Az-Jt, New York.
Ti-IS Win i:nsHtirz Fire I irani-e vCo-npany,
huviii r li .ei in :,,r; r.it: I bv an act i,f th.; L-'iiIa-lur-
rfi: Stale of Nrtw Yo'k, f-r the pur os
of Firs Lmira-iCJ, 'be DirM.-t-rs ofiVr to tnsuo tivir
fello v-ci'u vi .hro't'bunt the U ;ite 1 t .to-
Aiinst L s.i or Damage by Fire,
On li ii !ti23. 1 - an 1 l rcb lise, a id IJ r
q1 il Pr..!.irty r-nerallv aairi-2 thon tnat. th
aT.ir of' the C .m nv. s'.a'l be co .d iet, d rh
sinvi fair iosp, cin for an 4 (ib-nilitv as th-y "rut
wt l .'.ititl it to p i Mc-. ifi l'-nce a:o patro-iaff".
f'rtf S-iln'Mihtr, Aj;;it f-r thalxv C n
piiy, wilt 'iivfl i ii y Hi ther inorniation thai may
lj i-sie I b ' thosrt w'i w nil) I i"re.
.IA.MES MAil TINE, Aynt,
Fell. 9, IS 15. 311-tf.
SAMUEL J. HINSDALE
iH antl cn-t- ni' r in f a . -
Htev, lie vici i:iy, that be ex c'a w i'!,r tn-
i . . t Tk . i
xt len divs a uncnu a-"r' nif-iu i --?--
M dievf. 8. ;hemioa!s,&e , whi h It op-n ;t!
tbesioe now ocrnpic 1 bv Mr
N -.ill Mt-Puerson,
I le. h is ii dv on hand soi-h a
. j 1 -S B wei r- sn p.-
Irnm ihe fire an 1 -om u h ih .t
i i v o b 1 i' Li
.r from 'Vilmin i..n. to., ihrr with a lot ot mini
ci's, a Cl-iin m C iloni-!. Ele fill, Mass, &e.,
broii n-ht with imn from New Y-rk.
.l.Jv I IS45. 33-if
T i lajrilier re t.i;n-
F.iveiievil'e and i viciu ty I
s I .i the citie-is
r the vov libetai
.nn ,rt i'Yt n h (I lowarus li'
and die its a coli
tis i! fir stand, (ne.ir-
nii-i- ..f ilu'i'- n trona-c at
1 1.- onri'isiie h ? o d ) w!ifr.
he will itlwaj s keep on
ban J aftcsh sn, fly of
Urfvul. Rusk. Tea Cakes,
and Sponge Cakes, Water and
Butter Crackers, &c., c.,
And all puc'i a- tch-3 in lii line a are tm ially
wanted for family use.
JOHN A. NEETZEL.
tLU Families supplied with FRESH YEAST
on t i" shortPt notice.
May -2t, 13l". r?.r, -2m.
IS now r:c;i vini bis jumm-r i.p,ly ol UOUU,
which has he. n purchased b th' package at the
late .".ih s at the North, anion ; v hich ar
Superfine Lo idon C mib and Cassiraere?,
I'r-.-b Lawns and Diapers,
li ack and cibopd tfj.krt,
Rilzorinos and I'ti tied Lawn?,
S!.Ip PoniT' s, v. ry cheap,
Ripai-h'tf and brown Den sties, from 3-4 to 1 2-4
Ci ieoand Gin. ham;
SiiU anil Cotton Handkerchief,
Laces, idiin-!, and 0.ui lins,
4-1 llo'ii -ie'?, ni'tv si vie,
Elejnt Uarri e Scarfs.
'.0-4 elnjant Si'k Shawls
D.ess d Si'k Haniik-rchiefc, aorIrd,
Lawn arid . men Ca mbi L: I la nnkerchi fr,
Wiiti many . tlier articles, till i.f which a e otTered
u .c.mm .nlv i..r Cash, or to Punctual Cus
tomer o i the usual tune. Call at No. '2, LIBER
I HAVE'emoveJ the portion of ray "uoo's saved
from the Fire, to thebr ck -tore, footot :iajinnnt, '
lattly oceupted by Mr Hamilton Mitchell, anyone
doorea.t of Mr Geirse McNeill, whcie.l shall b
pleased to see my ft ienf and customers, as lam
determined to cl sc i.rT my soods at LtW Prices.
AM persons having claims ii-.iint me, will
please present them tor payment, and all i ldebtcd
t' in" whose notes and accounts are due, will, I
trust, see the necessity of pain up without further
delay ' JOHN D. STARR.
June 25, IS45, 331-y.
J. M. BEASLEY
WOULD respecttully inloun his friends, and the
public srenerally, that be is airain do ns businesp,
and may be found at the Foot of Haymount, wbeie
he inp. s by elose atten'mn to business, to merit
some encouraffement. 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
notice. . -
June 21, 1845. 330-4t.
ICIF Observer copy 4 wks.
BOOTS & SHOES !!!
THE Subscriber an-
nonncestohis fr ends and the pob
he in central 'hut be has op. ued
hi shon on Hav Kfret nnn.-mlto
i Ge"r? McNeill's, where be is prepared to
ma, c ?nMrfr,r:fair finft ap,J BOOTS
and tsti.OtJs, both or gentlemen and ladies, in lb.
most approved and mocern stales. He assures
such as wdl fav..r birn with their custom, bat be
will warrant hi work to be. done in the best stvle
by the best workmen, and ofthebesi materials i bat
can be procured. He feels confid-nt tat any
ork passing out of bis hinds cannrt be surpassed
by any done here or elsewhere, and he hopes hv
close application to business and a studious f ffrt
to please, not only to merit but receive a fair share
of public patronage.
June 17, 1845. 330-ly.
Gardner & BftcBLetiiari,
H AVE ia'tly tmde con-'U' rul!e impron-m nt i"
I ht-ir -'t 1 ; of vV'ork , and have now on hand a G-N
tlRAL" ASSORTMENT, :onis'in of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkcys, Waggons, &c.
Which fr 'h-ance oi !iape anl finish, and dnra
fii.'itv. will compare w itli anv iiiail- tin- U Sti.te-.
P. rsons w islii -, to nuv, would do weli lo cail
.n,l iv:inii ip mir svirk. wt- ha Vf d tenni : u to
sell LO'vVT for Ca-li orap roved notr.
Havinffin onrcmp'mv first tat-- Smi lis, wn ae
prepar-d io do any If on work in the 'above line on
.inn! rate terms.
W- warrant all onr work to be of o;ond and faith
ful wnrkm mfhip and m;if -if :ilf, f.rone yitir.
It3 REPAIRING faithful y executed at short
no'i'-e, and n reason. ibl- lenity.
Faveit- v 11.-, Fehn.ary S. 1645. y.
HAS on hand atiho Watson Yard, for HIRE,
?IOISS!lS A BUG
las a ' T '-VO-HOR-.E CONVEYANCE, u-ith
.i vi w t nccMiiMi'i'bili z peis.iiis wibhirid pasiayi
o : n v of t f n-ilthoi i i y Tuw na.
April I, 1815. " 319-tf.
X Lb-: Ml A3 CLUVLU bht.U,
r sale by
Aptii 19, 1S15.
TAKEN UP am! rummitied
to t e Jml o! Cum'jcnam- cou ilv,
N. C, on Sondu v, the -iGiri day
ol Jannarv. tstlt, a nerro rnnn
wlin niv tiis name SIMON,
and snvs t':iat h- was sold in
Obi rlt-ston to a man lv tne name
of McKenZ'e, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
iiia and lhc-re left Iv m:iVr. S; id npro w..a tor-m-rlv
th - pr p rl v ofBerj iniii Ga? of Oamilrn,
S. C. and was fak m Irmn tliis rl-ice laet F -binary
bv.MrGiss. Said ne-fn i a'out 5 fe t 4 inch
hih, d rk compl sion. and ah. ml 45 or 50 years i.f
arp. The own-r sat 1 ncro n h'rmy notifiP'I
to co hp forward, pr vp proper'y. py charjep, unci
takp h m away, or he will be lp,.lt w i h a. eorning
to law. XV. L. C ALL AI , Jailor.
Jan. 29. 1 8 15.--31 0-t f.
Just received f'tom N-w Yrrk ;.n an-ottmcnt ol
fine double and inle brim Leghorn Flats, and
about 50 doz-n Palm Leaf Hat, for sale low by
JONES & DUNN.
April 19, 1845. 320-tf.
N 0 T ICE.
Sfravrd ofTfrom my lot in Fay. -ttev lie, on tnp'25:h
d iv of Ap il last, "a sorrel man COLT, ,wtIi a
blaze m hi face; .tb oil t'.iirr.vn monfi-ol 1. Also,
a smil! bnv Mar-, about 4 yens old. Sim va
boil .lit lat Maxell Iro'n a man Ibat paid ho 'ived
in Moo e conn? v. and be si rued his name A. Cam -b.U.
I wi 1 piv anv pprsoi we 1 fir I nei i -t r ubh
that' wii biinj ihprn to me, or give tne information
so tnat I can ct I hern ajain.
VM. L. CALL A IS.
June 23, 184".. "331 -3t.
a A r A. a - - -
BY v.rtue of a Deed of"Mortf r, made and t-xe.
cufd to me bv Hi Lafaxette Hotel Cou.j a:ty. on
tbe 20! h dav'of Jul, 1833, I shall expose to sale
on Fr dnv the lttdav of Au.ttsi m xt.al 12 o'clock
n ibn nremi-e-. those two h'ts .f land in Ibe Town
ol Fave t vide, situate on Hay
Franklin streets, known us the Lafayette Hotel tot.
and the stable lol.toselhcr with tbe imiliUnes. mere
on, and fbe rem lining biick and material, on a
credit of 3 and 6 months.
Fayettev.lle, June 26, 1845. 331-tds.
B L A N K S .
HAVING to.t ail our blanks, probably GO or 70
dollars' worth, m the fi e, we have been r- placing
'hem as fast is we can, since, and have now ready
for sale at th- C irohnian Offi-e.
Fi Fas, Co. or Sup. Cf.,
, St tte Win Subpoenas,
Orders .,f Sale, or Vcndj,
One T en 1J "liar bi I cm the Bank of Charleston
S. C. and one Four Dollar Bdl on ihe Bran, h BanU
of the State of N. C. I wltl Ve the reward of
Five Dollars for 'he n covi ry cf i..y money. Any
pefiou de ivermg the above named bi'ls o Mr Jn .
Cr-w, will be entitled to the ah -ve r. ward ,u" five
dollars. DUNCAN GRAHAM.
July 3, 1845. 33-2t. .
THE SUBSCRIBER informs the puhl c, and
particularly those m the buri.t rjstiict, that he will
'"urn ah plans and specifications for litilding. or
contract to erect house and furnish material-,
whole or in part, at ihe option r ihe ho'ders ot the
property, on the most reasons'! tc runs.
June Jj, 1845.6 GEO. S. HOPGEP.
g. & h. McMillan
Hhive taken the store opposite lh'ir old 6tand.
where they will be g'ad io a-e their customers.
And all those indet ted to the firm are panicul ily
requested to come forward and make immediate
payment, aa we are in great need of money.
June2i, 1845. - 330-4t.
FAYETTE YILLE, SATURDAY.
BAR SOAP. ;v
THE ubscribi r offers tor sale ONE HUN -DUED
B jXES OF BAR S JAK, .nanufac
ured at the "Faytitevilie ( N. U.) C.incJle Factory,"
and warranted qua! it not superior to Colgate's
bet No 1.
Bei i;r defprmioed to devote all necessary atten
tion totlie business, d ofi riny it at a reduced
price, (5 r.frte a ; ound b the box,) he hopes to
ecivft a due iliare of ;uhlic patronage. v
Cr All o.-dera thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
YV. McL. McKAY.
FayettevUIf, May 24.844
lOO.OOO Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased all th LAND?
belonging to iht E.-tjte of Abram Dubo dee'd
;vms principally in R-jiieson nmntv, anil mi bot-
-tries oi'Lnmber River, the difT rent purveys conh
tnniin? ovr ONE IR.NDRED TtlOUSAiNL
ACRE4.? ; a Iirire part finely Timbered, and ton-
vfiiienf to LunihiT Rivpr. wh-re a 1 1 1 e nu intrv
of Timber is now railed to the Georgetown mar
ket. Th s?, Ian is arc vprv valuable b th for the
Ttinb r and Tnrp-ntine, for which purpoe a lane
part is vi II antfed, bei 12 in a region wh-re th
I u'penttne vl' Ida mors aiiunda-tiv than any o'hpr
pcli.,n ofthe Statp. The Land-? will le sold at
low price, atid inqn in i;ies to suit p-irchaser'.
Iiit-irmat ion rp.-ppc'iu the can be out lined
tiv ;ip;d i nz to lite Hon. Ro'iert Strang, James C
0..lbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Erq., (Attorneys at
I iinciprFia id there are many trpspasers on these
laml tr :;'f iji wiio:i noticp is hprehy otv.-o (na
toe lav wdl be enloteed aiaint all such olT.i'H--ri
Apphcnti m f r anv n-irt of the Lands c-cn bp
made, to myself, o" to John Wins'ow, E.q., wh
will be dtjly au'horiz'.d to make pith? ' f tin; samp.
Fayef'evt 1 N. C, March I, 1845.
3 1 4 l f.
R A N AWAY from Mr .1 a m e s
McDiiflie, o tbe 7ih f D -rm-to
r !, my neffro man AiJCHY
l ap ihe prop' rtv of A. B b e
d-e'd. Ho is uboot 5 f. 1 1 8 or H;
inch's lii"!", ha- a 'onsr s ti'ioih
black lV.ce. with full prominent
cv-f, a1'! ii lame in one of liis
le3 Hii siii-p: f"d to he lurk
ing about. F t vettevillp, N. C. A reward of'S?
ii' bp -aid f jr him il taken 3nd lodged in any Jail
i.i ibis Stait, or il lati'-n and biOPcd in Jaii in
any other ot the Stt 8, so that I can sdhm a 'fain.
J. M STRONG,
Faveticv !'e. N.
Mav 10. 1845. .20-tf
State of N. Carolina Robesou county.
Superior Court of Laic Spring Term, 1845.
June Alien vs. Uui.h Roy Alien.
Petition lor Divorce. '5s '"....
IT np eaiin to fbe Court t ;at Hugh Roy Allen
is not an inhabitant of thi S'afe, and lias no
;, rrent heiP on who u lT-lice can be seiv rito takp
der -f?sitions in t' ist-:.us ; it is tb reibie ordete l
that no it-p in the N r h Ca i o'i'-ian, pu 'i b d in
the low n of Fax elte vi lie, in h s Sratc, I r six eeUs,
will bp.q-ivaleut to actual nolic oi the sum
Mii -h t: v Aden. Thf said Hui. liov Allen
then-fore lake Tuticelliai . n 'h- si cond day ot
A u-ju-t, ! S 15, at Enf "1 1, i i Barb.mr county, in
ih.. Sraf of Alab-ima. the deix-silion .f Georu
Mi Eaehen :ud o'her xviil he taken,' and on the
CGili day f Jn'v, 1S45, at Hanir ti" t!ock Church
i i Lancaster ii-lrict. South Carolina, the deposi
tion of Thomas Twifty and others h i I be taken.
All which deposition "a-p io her ad in evi(b-m:c in
fiisabov- causp.nt which time anrl places the said
Huh Roy Allen may attend and cross-examine
Witness. Aba'om Da vi?. Chu k of sn i d Conrl nt
OfTice this 3lsr d .v f A.-ril. IS'5.
ABSALOM DAVIS, Jr . C. S. C.
J hip 7, 1845. SS?? fi'. fd
Wii! bo -iven h v the r mr i'p authnriii.-s rd Fy
itteville, to any person who shall e;ive such infor
mation as mav lead to ho detection and convie
tioi, ef the individual who fired the Tow li ; on the
"morni g of Fi iday the JUtb iost.
WARREN "WIN SLOW,
June IG, 1315.
Mas. of Police.
I will sell the STORE tit U SES jhaf are ro'
occupied by Ml J .Tessup and myself; pos.-?si"ii
can be jivon immediately. Thebiitdjnjr is forty
fee' front, laid out into two rooms, but can be turn
ed into one room bv removinir a p'nnk uiitilion.
" JOHN E PATTERSON.
June 21, !S45. 330-ff.
Doctors CAMERON &M ALLETT may,
tbe oreent. tie f.iind at t be office of Ai r I
Hyhait, a lew doots south of the Court House,
June 2 1 , 1345. "
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser-
vices as u ide taker and b"i!der, to the citiz ns or
others, disposed to contract for buildine ot jobbirg
June 2'.th,lS45. Observer copy 3 wks
JVC Gregory & Co. 31-iiiasers.
Class 30, for 1S45.
To be drawn in Al xandria, D. C, on Saturday
Juiy 26, 184a.
30.003 dollars! 10,000 dollars !
4.000 dollars! 3,000 dollars!
2,500 dollars! 1,797 dollars!
50 prizes f 1,000 dollar!
, 50 d.i - of 400 Jilhrs!
50 do ' of 3H0 l.IUrs !
130 do of 2'JO d'-llars!
T cket 310 H ivrg S5Qnartrs S2 5
Ceriiiidutes oi"Packata of2G who e tickets, 515f1
, Do do . 26 half do 65
Do do 26qnr.rter do 32 50
Orders for Tickets and Shares a nd Certifieates ol
P ckases in th- above Splendid Lotteries w!l re
ceive the most pror.pt anen'ioa, and an ofiieial ac
count of each dr wins sent jm uediafely afier it i
over to all who order from us. Address,
T G Gregory it cL Jtlamagtrm.
Washington City, D. C
JULY 19, 1845.
V if ly infornt tb citizens
of 1: ay ttevilie antl th- public
nenerallv. that he has taken
the stjnd recently occupied
by L.J.Clark, on G:llnie
lStn et,5 doors S utii of The
Market Square, ivhpfp he will
: -r-""""iiianufacfiirp nnil kpen rnn.
startly on h -nd an assortment of
H; AtND SHEET IRON WARE.
Pei roup wshinff to purchase would do well to
a'l an J examine his -tocr. before .urchaFing else
vhere.aK he is dotprmim-d to sell as ciiwp as any
R AKE t? of ;m entirely new palfern.
ROOFIXG done in th- htest style, and best
n inner. Also GU TT--RING.
AtiiT. 17, 1 344. - 261-v.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
r the tgwu of Fiiyettpvillo, i3 pr-pn red to attend
a.eofaoy -ouds which may be entrust. to
"-ynsiir-nrients from abroad will be p omptlv at
n!ed to. r '
Apil 19, 18f5. 321-v.
ra i j a w !.- ..... ...
sty!.; ol H P BL )CKS. and
now finis'iinir Oen;emenj npr.r-fine
FUR AND SILK IIATS.
Also, r. ceived by last arrivVs, a irreaf variety of
Fur, Silk. Panani', Lciihorn, and Palm Leaf Hats,
id of which hive been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to sell very CHEAP.
May 17, f 845. 325-tf.
State of North Carolina - Richmond couiit3-.
Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions Jlpril
' Term, 1845. :
Bos lick & McKenzie vs. Riley Hrnerv.
Attachment Levied on the defendants' interest, in
a c-ittiiu tract of I md eontai mi" nH two hundred
a..d ni ie: -aisracr slvin in tb county of
Riciiinoiid, near Littb- Mountain Creek,
an i joinder e laMfls of T. Bostick,
A ex ui der Martin, and others. .
If nppeari to the satisfaction of the Court that
Ri'ev Hen ry, the defendant in this suit, re.'ides
b-yondthp limits of the Sfafr; it is therefore order
ed tli if pu'!ieati n be imde in the No'fb Caro'i
ni m for six we.-.ks, notfiy nj the said defendant to
be and appear at th nest term of this Cour to b"
held f.r the cou if y a foresa id, at the Court House
n thf tnwn o' Rockini'ham, on the third Mnnr'av
in July nest, fhn arf! there to plead to this At
taehtnen', otherwise the same will be tar en pro
COilli Mi and the 'find levied on be iwalcmnii nb
j :ti c ttie lnntiir-( Iebt.
vVitness, GaV).ini A Nicholson, e'erk of our said
Cnorf at o'Tice, th" third Monday of April, aod
ii tne ti-Jth year ol Am-riean Indppend. nee, A
D. 1345. ' G. A. NICHOLSON.
June 2 1, 1845. 33 -Ct.
" OuLLi In y IcaVf to i if -r n ms ostom -is and
he i nb'ie n LrenerHl. tleit b.-ivin- stvd a lar tp
portion of his st. ck ol GOODS at the n pen fire,
be has re-open a -e x ' ilinr west of-1 h. Post Offic-e
I tmwi tarn Dii;i(tii'j,i n re li" intcndp ron
tinning business on the sum" fe-ma as heretofore.
June o . 1S45.
The Subscribe! would
resmct'ullv lefirm owners i fern
pefy in the burnt ditiicf, that he
wid furnish plans and pp. eifiealions, and is als
jirepar- d to Take coutisic'S fertile erection o build
i-i! of any deseription. , D. R. BELL.
June 21. 1845.
The subscriber having lost his store hr-use" and
most of his jroo ds by the la'e fire, his n moved for
the pre-sriitt to tne new hricft sfor oceupt-d bv
Henry Lil v, where his notes nnd accounts may
be found. A I persons indebtedto hi in aie earnestly
requ sti-d to ccrme forward and settle up their res.
ppcive dues, as he is vr-ry anxious to close up bis
ol t busj'ies before commencing a sum.
June 21, 1815.8 E.J.LILLY,
THE Subscriber is located fr the present, at
the store of .Vlr Win. Bow., two dors below the
f-'iipc Fear Bank, wheie lie offers f r sale the tew
goorfs he saved fiom the late fur, viz: Cofl.c, Tea,
Madeira, Snerrv, ai.d Sweet Mal-t-a Wines; Prin
oipeSegars; Citron; Boston Crackers; Powder;
Shot; -Shovels; Spades, and a few Dry Godsr
I hope mv friends ihnf are in want of any of the
above will ;ivp me a call. W. PRIOR.
June Vc, 1845. HM-tf.
Burned out, but not entirety consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! J !
SADDLER & HARNESS
m A RI3 Ii, .
RETURNS hi sincere tbanks to the put lie for the
liberal share of pair n.ige heretofore bcttowe d cp
cn Tii'm. and hi)j;es ,h;it as be row r'0;"irfcs a con
ttnu.incc of their custom, to enable him to rccov r
f.-.un the severe scorchmjr recei.ed in the late fire,
it will n i be withhe d. tlisfiiends. arid sin b in
wdl IhI-: se to call at his shop, on JSouth fide tf
Person street, n- st do!r but .ne to the coiner of
Dink, will fi id a to'ei able stock in his line, with
the best workmen, willing and ready to please in
any job a d r pairing line, at the shortest notice.
June 23, 1845. 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, Bow are candidates for Su
perior Court Clerk.
Fire JProof Koofe.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for he cov
ering of roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
zinc; and wi J execute promptly any work, bo may.
1 contract for, and for small profits.
June 2, 1315 330-tf. F.T.WARD. -
THE Subscribers take this oppuitunity cf reutrn
ing their wsirm. si thanks io il-.eir friends and pa
irons, and the public peneralL for lh?!r liferal pa
tronage bi stowed upon them ; also for the kind
syinpuhies manifested to llieru in the lateealamifj
In the destri'cfjon of Uiir A: tire St.-c't of Goods
on the morning of the IQtli inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradlbrd, Capt. U. S. Ord nnd Mr G A
Sch wanimati, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in giviipthrm notice, nnd others in the surround,
ino ne ghborhood of the fire, ' by the discharge of
cannon. Having open d the Stoyiraily oppo
site, they hope oonlo resume tu'sfrTess, aed would
most respect fully solicit the patronaeof their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a share of
pub ic patrol. ae. They have on baud in their
Warehouse, Salt, Irnn, Molasses, Su?ir, Smiths'
ti-ilows ai d Vises, Lop Chains, 6 supe mr v rougbt
Iron 'Mill Cranks Also, Anvil.--, Vises, Trace
Chain., and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damaged in the fire, all o' which -hey w ill sc'l lew
for Cash or Prod-ce. They would also earnestly
request all those indebted to them bv note or ac
count to ii ake immediate payment, as it will enable
them to close tnitr former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their acrounts.
J. H. & J. MARTIN t.
A arch I, 1845. 314-tf.
They have jut received, bnle superior Brid'pott 3
tdy S-ine Twine, 3 eons Steam Packing x am,
Manil!n, Seine, and Raft Rof e, f hhd. winter sfrnin
eri Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bUs. Train Oil, 3-0 gall?.
Lineed Oil, W bitfemore s real C"tton f,Ero,
CotTe M i!!s. cast jrood Wacon nnd Cart Boxes,
?50 grns Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
ron, with a small sssortmerit ot Sw.des and Log.
lishBar lion ; .together With a heavy Stock of flat,
round, and squaie Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
lloilp, contained in sned loininc their Store, but
WOULD inform the pub'ie that they have
moved ffomsheir old pt'nd to the sfoie
lately occupied hv Alessrs C J & R M One!!, and
known as t he Yellow Builrii ns. Having largdv
iicreas-d their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to ofF-r induc-ments in ihe wav of trade.
. hat witj be to the i nei e-t of purchasers gouetalU
lo givt? them a call. Their stock wi'i consist in
10 Tons Swedes and English Iron,
5n0 lbs. Cast, Blister, r.nd German Strel,
50L Pp. Hollow Ware, , . "
5-0 lbs. B.tr Lead,
40 Bags Shot, a.-soi ted,
15 Kegs Powder,
300 lbs. Epsom Salts,"
310 lbs. Alum,
100 lb. Borax,
1500 lbs. .;ppcras,
1 50 lbs Indigo,
1 Cask Sa la rat us, .
50 sides pole Leather,
75 Bass Rm CotT-e,
10 Hhds. Porfo Rico Sugar,
1000 lbs. si -ele an,i djiu'e rel?ned and CofTee
crushed u a r,
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
.'Be' lows, Vi. 's, Anvils,
Wagon Boxe. Be'lws, Vi , s, Anvils, Cnfon
Card, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Parent M. fli-
eine, Hadlock's Syrup and Powd;-rs. Cass;a,
Camphor, CatorOtl, Paints, Putty, Drugs, &c.&c,
Sept. 14, 1844. 290
JONES & .DUNN
Ni' ORM their customers and f. iends tint ihey
are now receiving iheir Spring and Summ r
STOCK OF GOODS;
And as most of them have b en bf.uI:t fiom the
manufacturers and importers, ihey wi'l be offend
ow. Cil and see. Our ?t ck is not h avv, lut a
.ood variety will be fmnd upo.i examination. And
as our Gi oc ries w ere purcb.ised before the late rise
in prices, we can afTni h m as low as any bouse
in the ( lace. We return our thanks to our old
friends, and assure tnem no pains or exetlons on
our part shall be spared to jve general satisfaction
as h reiofere Ve have no on hand (ill f.esh
anJ in goo I order,)
Rio and Cu'a Coffee ; Porto Rico New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas, Indigo, Madder, Copjn ras,
Rice, C indies, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&c. &c. &c.
STAPLE S- FANCY DRY GOODS.
Among winch are 15" piece Calicoes, (some
very fine, and realty beautiful prims,) Victoria Al
paccas, plain and fiairui; Muslin d'Lane-; Ging
hams; Irish Linen; L-nen and cotion Drill; Linen
and cotton, checked and striped D ill ; Nankeen ;
fdue, v. I;ire, and co'ored Jeans; Jacon't; Book,
Cioss-barrd, and fijured Muslins; Bed Ticking ;
Apron Check; c-lored.Cam'ricks ; white, black,
and mixd Hose and half Hose ; linen, silk, and
cot'on GloV'-s; silk and cofton, pocket and dress
Handkerchiefs, a j:r'-at .vari-ty: famy Cravatu and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Edgirg ;
fine, hiir, s4de. and reaJing Combs; bleached and
unbleached D-jincs' ics ; Broad C'oths ; Sattinets ;
Kentuc ky Jeans, cc. &c. Fior' noe, fine straw,
fcilk, wi'lnw and other Bonnets of the latest styles ;
a splendid assortment ofsriiHcial flowers. Al-o,
a good asportmei.t of Slippers; Morocco and leather
Shoe, Brogan, Boots, Hats, &c. ic.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Trace and halfer Chains; Hos; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German filvcr, Britannia, and 'ron
tea and table Spoon; Razors ; rirr, stock, close!,
ehest, and pad Locks; Sheep Shears ; Drawing
Knirrs ; cutfifig Knives; corn and grass Scvthes;
Gimblets; Latches and Bolts; Brads; Tacks, &. &c.
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rico Sugar.
3 do do New O-leans do.
30 Bags green Rio C'-tT-e.
4 Hhds- Molasses, a prime article,
50r0 Lb. prime corn-fed Bacon, -HC0
Lbs. whuo Lard, fnflrai.n, :
J5 Bbls Vvhiskev, ; '
5 do. Old Peach Brandy,
2 do. N- E. Rem, ,
50 Sacks Li varpool Salt, at cor old stand, foot
- April 19, IS4S- - 321-tf.
XOt 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 : :
V ol w m e. O Xmnber 3 34
Persons indebted to the
i-AFUi" u ii -
-rlcSlT So hsc-iber ou el confer a n s-
ZggJi??" cecial favor, by taJinr nrdsK-
tlin" iinmelintclv. His rtc nt caiaiojiy, be bcp e,
wiil be .omci.nfiBdv-.fM.. kARDiE
TO LUMBKR MEN.
THE Subscribers having m if nested the very
suceefsfu loners i on rf HOTCHKIfS'S VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Grabam's
Mill in FayeUeville, in May ai.d June last, v.tre
induced to purchase tbe Right for the entire Slate
of North Carolina, and now t.ffer individual Rights
for sale on very reasonab'e terms. They have
now eti hand Seentf n full s ts of Wiinlj, nnd
have made r.rrangenienls to keep a constant aup-
Brs:des being sS' rally adopted in the , oitbin
Statcf, there are silnady' tve!ve saws in succesl'il
(iperaitfin in this State, and eiejit oibers in i rcccFS
ol ertcfion. TJie astonif hig i ow rr and spr d cf
these Wl-eels have Leen witnfFsd by huntifeds of
citizens of this State, with universal at pprol a'icn.
And we desire alt ho may ft el en in t ere.-1 in tbe
subject to examine (he Alills of Arch'd Graham,
Col. Alcx'r Mur liis-n, Christoi her Alnntor, AU-xV
Williams, Arch'd McLaurin. J. McDcntel, John
Crde, Mrs. Efiy MrFafhrn, in Huh County ; Col.
John C. McLaurin, in Richmond County ;' Thus.
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and' Hardy Royal I in
Sampson County ; to each of whom we llebV
for ii. formation as to tbe tactical oj emtion of ll.tstf
W I re's.
Persons who apply soon -fiir Rijrbts can have
th. m put i:pby workimn wlin have been instiuct
ed by Mr Hotchkivs In'iiiM-lf. V -
. The Proprietors of the right of this Wheel in the
Stale cf North Carolina, Lave received the follow,
Faycttcvillc. Fcb'y 3; 1845,
We, tl-.e Subscribets, residing in the County of
Cumberland and State f North Carlina, having
been engaged in the manufacture ff Lumber for ma
ny years, feel ful!v warranted in stating, that Hnt h
k.sss VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are woithy of lle paironneu r f all
mil! owners, and that we "havr:fuM confidence ill
their supi riority ; et the value i f M i' ls w ill be
vciy nmeh enhanced by fheir inl rodne lien. 1 liey
are more durable, and easier kept in oider v I n
properly put loMihrr than tbe common Flu tier
Wliml: they will save at least one-third of Ihe
wnier, and run weJI in back wafer wfun there is
a fiend above. The speed of the S w is Increased
from one-half to double the strikes per minute.
JOHN McFADYElY, - -
C. P. MALLFTT.
JOHN Me DANIEL.
ARCH'D McLERAN. '
JOHN C. McLAURIN,
THOMAS C. SMITH, -
They have also rec ived a ceitificate from Col.
Alexander Murebicn. (w hich will be pt LlisbeJ
hcrer.fter among others in handbill form.) in which
he speaks of I Li - as "the "renfest i i prnvi ni- i.t
made on Saw Mills in my ,j--J tiJO ;'- nnyH n,lt
J-.i .iiv ui.'I Cut 51,00 feet in a ; it nc.miilv ut
on the da b bre fi wrote. 4083 iei t of I' "u.ih
Qnaiter Bonrds; makes 240 strole f s in n mingle;
tint one -half f ihe water is sav.rf; onrf corcludca
by i rerun rm ml in ; its ncopfion to Mill twin rs.
Other certificates, which lia ve been r romisc
will be published hen-after,
ARCHIB ALD MeLAUCHLlN,
ALFRED A. McK ETHAN.
Fayelfeville, Miirch 15, IS45. 31C-lf.
The following arijelc from lb N. Y. Tribune of
ihe 4fh uh., m ill show in w hat estimation tbe-e
V' heeds .-ire h 1. 1 J by the high uuibou'iy of lh Amer
iCtin Institute :
Fr-rn the N. Y. Tribune.
HOI CHKISS'S WATER WHEEL.
Tins u bee', f:. r having been adopted l y seme
liunf'.rdr of mid owners r-n the D.Icware, Su.que
liannah, and in other lumbering legions, was f.ir
sented lor e-ornpetition at the late fiTr ol hc Ame r
ican Institute, and them was awarded two. prem
iums by cfiff-rcr.t Ccmiciiiees first pr- ihe best
W afer Wheel f ,r Saw Miii-; secondly, as beung
one of the five best inv. ntions snbmilted at the
Fair. It ha- been extensive lv adopted in Ibe great
pine districts of the f outb"; and its rapid"" and
smooth execution, per,x t immunity from ice or
Lack water, r.nd other econo mies, etc sccurin" it a
very oeneral preference. The Inventor is nr t.n
his way south, and may be addressed at Aur-mda,
Ga., or ot his residence, Windsor, Broome eminlv,
N. Y. I'a advantages are summed as fol'sws :
I. The Vertical Wheel
wiieii Hfed for Saw
, rerjnirei. no earin to produce fxun 175 to
3') strokes e.f the saw per minute.
2. They are as cheaply constructed as the com
mon Flutter Wheel, and will do double Ihe busi
ness wifh the same ndvar.tase of the water.
3- Back water is no impediment when there is c
4. Ice cannot form on the wheels. '
5. They occupy less apace than a Flutter Wheel
6. The increased speed of the ssw makes better
lumber, cuts the same die-tane e wih lea resisfare b
and the a--f!urt is freely thrown fT. which often
returns with the saw, causing it to bind and heat,
with slow Mi'Is.
7. They can b placed on the ehaft, ofa common
Flutter-Whel Mill if in good order, and hung up
on the same bearin if sufficiently strong to sus
tain fhn power of the wheels. - - .
8. The wheel being cf cast iron, w;!llal an ape.
Thiv nlsr coneti'ufe ihe reuuisite Ftv nr T.iaZra
1 Wheel, securing a uniform motion, in al! parts e,f
I each revolui-on. '
9. The introduction of mills is reduced to a
plain ej-sfrin, so ilu.t if ih head of water is known,
the result is a mathematical certainty.
10. Any workman having the patlernp.a model,
nnd table of calculation, can adapt mills to nn
location with perfect success.
1 1. The improved mode of feeding is reach p
proved of by those who have adopted it.
Just received on consignment, the running wrks
of two four horse Wagons. Alio, one four horse
Wagon withcoer, Sec. complete, ready far tho
road. Al! of which are wa.ranted i the best ma
terial and workmanship, end will be mid low for
JAS. S. GRANT
March 15. 1345. 316-tf.
Just Received o Consignment,
French Brandy, '
40 boXM Sid. I eT.
March 15. 185. 16-tf