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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO INMTIDTTAI.S; AND THE GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE
COMMOX PRO PERT T Or ITS CITIZEV.
BY V3I H BAYNE
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN '.
Per annum, if paid in advance, $2 50
if ;aid at the end of six months 3 00
irt the end of the year 3 5d
Rates of Advertising :
Sixty cents pur .-inre fr 'he first, and thirty cent
-- for ech 8iib3equ'rit insertion.
Advertising by the year will be chargsd according
' UiJtbaqiiafiLtitjr of matter inserted. ,
Court advertisem-ints, &c, 35 per cent higher.
i N D E M N I T Y
Against loss or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
Office in Oraud near First Street, Williams
burg, opposite the City of .Veto York.
Agency Office, Well Building, Ch Wall st.,
Andrew C. Benedict
Frederick W. Favr-2,
Jersmi h Jotvuoti,
Abr'm T. Bokrck,
Sinil (I. Clapp,
Chas. O. Handy,
LEMUEL RICHARDSON, Pres't.
v Anorf.w B. UoBC.E,Si-c'ry.
WASHING TON POST, Agent, New ork.
TtlE Willi-ims'-iurs Fire Insurance Company,
'K vin ' b.-eii incorporated by an act ofthe Leisla-'lur-i
of flic State of New York, for the purposes
of" Fire In-uranee, the Directors ..fl'er to Insure their
'fellow-citiz-m iliro'ijiiout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
6 i"J;iitdin", Ood. and Merchandise, and Per
s.vial Prope7ty -.merely, adoring ihem that the
aTiira of the Cm ;inv. shall he conducted with
such fairness, can lor and liberality as they trust
wi'd entitle it to pu'ilie confidence ana patronage.
The S'lb-toriber, Asjent fir the above Com
pmy, will iv any further information that may
b - dj;re 1 by those who wish to Insure.
JAM ES MA 11 FINE, Alien!, ;
11 ay Street.
Feb. 8,131 j. 311-lf.
SAMUCL J. HINSDALE
BE jJS t i inform his fri ;nd3 and customers in Fay
etteviile and vicinity, that he expects within the
n xt ten diva a g.sneral assortment f Drugs.
Mcdicin. 8, Chemicals, &.C., whi- h he will open at
the store now occupied by Mr Noill MePherson,
direcilv opposite Uis o!d stand.
Ho has now on hand such anidts as were saved
from the fire, and oin : which arrived by List Li ht--.r
tr.jin Vihninsith.'!Aether w'ifa a lot ofChemi
ci's, as Ctnin ne, Cdoniel, Bbc Pill, Mas?, &c,
brought with him from New York.
July 1, IB15. 332-tf.
nnu. n 1'ill.r his SllflltlllT SH!IIV OI .IJJU- .
h h;is becii'purchased by tho package at the
i:,fi. k:i!is nl the North, anions which nr'
Snpertine London Cloths" and Cassinicres,
KrctJi Lawns an:! Diapeis,
IT atk n nd colnrcd !?i iU.-,
lUUoriocs and Pri it-d Lawn?,
blalc Pong--8, vi ry cheap,
llloaih'd and brown Do n at cs, Irotn 3 -4 to 1 2-4
C ilito iiiul Gin:li-mi;
Silk and CUon H;.ndk'rr.hief,
L:icen, F.d iingi", ami Olu'i line,
4- t !o!ie!s, new style,
K!eg-int Barrage if air fa,
eluant Si'k Shawls
D.eS'-d Si'k Hnn!krchief-, a.sorffd.
La' n and .men Cambric Handken hi-f,
Witii many .. thrr ariintf. all of wh eh ae offered
n ir. nun ml y l i !or Casli, or t' I-oncI:aI Cm
t MiTr. o i tho usual tun-. Ca.ll at N-. '2, L.IBLR
Jirif 7, 1S4". "
l II A Vl 'e.novo.l the portion ol my goods faved
fro n the Fir.-, to the hr cii t..r., foot ot :ljMn- unt,
lately occupied by M r Hami ton Mitchell, iin I one
do r . t of Mr Gourde McNeil', wheiol sloill hi
;ai d to t-'.a my fienf an.i cu-loinerH, a- I am
li'-tcrinj i,-1 in it sc nff inv H' I.- at LOW Prices.
AH ;mi-5oh hiving claims iiyaifi-sf in'-, will
ple.tse pri'rirnt t!i -m tor p iyme:it. and nil indebted
t m" whose :iot;- ail'l accounts nre doe, will, I
truwt, scathe n c ussdty of paving up tviihoiit fuithtr
delay JOHN D. STARR.
June 25, IS45, 331 -v.
IpTl T1IK Subscriber an-
jLrJ Jk "ounces to his friends and the pub
"lV" ''C "en ra' ,n ll " l,as openril
Lfc hi- hop on llav street, opposite
to Mr Georgo McNediV, where he i pretiareil to
make to ord r or .-'-pair fin i and coarse BOOTS
and SHOES, both for eotlemcri and ladies, in the
most approved a nd mot'em styles. He assures
such as will favor him with their cu-tom, that lc
w-'ill warrant hi.- work to be done in the best style,
by the best workmen, and of'the be-t materials that
can be procured. He feel confident t i:t any
crk pa?sin2 0ut of his hands cannot lie surpassed
hy any dont: here or elsewhere, and he hopes by
elcae application to business and a s!udioi:n -ff"ort
tc pleisr, riot only to merit but receive a fair share
- 7une 17, 1S15. 330-1 V.
J; G. HUMPHREYS,
IIOOT AD SHOEMAKER,
V-eturna his thanks for the liberal pationaje he
,h heretofore received, and respectfully eohcits a
continuance of public favor.
He will eiye constant employment to a good
Boot and Shoemaker.
JulyJO, 1345. 33l-3t.
N0 T I C E.
cVim- ' ho is My ahorixed to give re-
PJly 10. IBJS-ir - LUTTERLOH.
Seidhti Powders, Beck with' P,n r i w
l.r Shavin, Soap ,P&lJ?t
ble Ink .uperor London Mustard,6 sSN
mep, Clove. . AUce, fee, together with choice
and well elected asaortment of genome DriiBaVrvrf
Medicines for sale by S. J. HINSDALE
July 19, 1845.-334Mf. Druggi.t.
TO LEASE OR RENT,
The BRICK YARD, known as the United
States Brick Yard, with casea and a large quan
tify of clay throwu ap already for moulding. Ap
ply aoon to w; G. MATTHEWS.
July 19, 1845. 334-tf.
Gardner c 3IcKetlxaii,
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
their etyle of Work, and have now on hand a G-N-ERAL
ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Baroucbes, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of fhape and finish, aad dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in the U State.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved notes.
Having in our employ 'firf-t rate Smi'hs, we are
prepared to do any Iron work in the above line on
moderate terms. .f t.
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful workm inrhip and materials, for one year.
:.Cr REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable lerm3.
Fa vctteville, February 8, 1345. Yj
Just received from New York an assortment ot
fine double and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
about 50 dozen Palm Leaf Hat, for pale low by
JONES &. DUNN.
April f9, 1345. 320-tf.
TO THE PUBLIC-.
HE Siibscnb' r has Just received trom INew
York in addition to hia former stock, fash
ionable GOODS for ladies' and ge.uleinen's wear.
Also, Panama, Legborn, and Palm
Fashionable Bohnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
bleached Sheeting ; Linen 5 4 and 6-4 ; fine Irish
Linen ami Lori . Lawn.; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Silk do.; heavy Russia Osnaburgs, for servants ;
common do.; fine Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts do.
May 24, 1845. 32S-3m.
TAKEN UP and comuiiited
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of January. 1345, a negro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that h; was sold in
Charleston lo a man by the name
of McKeniie, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his master. Said negro w3 for
merly the property of Benjamin Gas? of Camden,
S. C'.,and was taken Irom this pl.ice last February
by Mr Gass. Said nero is about 5 feet 4 inches
high, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
aiTe. The owner of said negro n hereby notified
to come forward, prove property. p?y chariic, and
take him away, or he will be dealt ith accorofng
to law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1845. 310-tf.
Anti Sojourn ersin Fayette vill-
MRS. E. SMITH is
'tain Grhi leuien and L;idi
-til! preiian d to enter
s travelling through or
r t::b'e is aUvava
. .. .
i t a veil' vi le.
a soon sir i.ni marnei aiioiu-. .-.ne o.. ru
bles and hti-stlers, a ul attent've w ait' is. and re
spectfully sol c ts a co!'t hii rice of pufe'ic patronage
Her resiuence is so w II known that I m e Is no de
scriition. No ex' itions will be s-arelto give
satisfact ion .
Since the late d st ueijve ftr wh'ch de-tioved
the Hotel, she has e da'--'d her mnann of ncco nmo
daiion by renting t'lio house -directly opposite,
where she has several good .-ary rooms, for sleep
in arai f ments.
Feb. 1, 1845. 3lb-tf
1 L A N K S ;
TI A VINLt lost all our blanks, probably ovr 100
d.d ars' worth, in the fiie, we have Ik cii replacing
them as fast js we can, since, ad have now ready
fir sale at the Carolinian Ofh'-e
li Fa., Co. or Sup.
State Writ Suhpcsm
Witn. ss Tickets,
Of., Appeal Bonds,
if, Oichrs ol iSae,
Corps. Apply at tci.s Ulfiee.
OLD RYE WHISKEY I
ON Consi "nin-nt ai.d for sale, t n barrels OLD
RYE WHISKEY, pure and decidedly the BES l"
that has been in this market in fen years. Apply
to. c. J.'ORRELL.
July 13, 1813. 334-3w.
A GENELIAL assortment ofGOODS, purchased
since the tire f.,r sale CHEAP, bv
Ju'y 26 1S45.
B "V irtue of a Deed ,f Trust made bv David
Shaw to iccur-- a debt due to Ed. G. Fade & Co. of
New Yoik, the lollow ing Prl)erty is offered for
sale ; and un ess sold at private salebefoie tnc first
Monday in September ne?J it will be sold at Pub
lic Auction in front of theCsurt House to the hirh
ct bidder, to wit :
1st. The Lot and Store House
at present occupied by David Staw, on the North
side ef Person Plreet, being 20 ft. 5 in. front and
running back to Old street.
2d. The Ltft and Dwelling
Ho'ose whereon Mr Shaw now rreidfs, on the
west side of Cold Soi in? street, btin 75 feet front
and running back about i0 feet.
The property may be examined by calling on
Mr David Shaw on the premisea, or on the sub
scriber. A liberal credit will be given and made known
at the time oi sale. GEO. McNEILL, Agt
MATTHEW SHAW, Trustee.
Fayettevtlle, July 25, 1345. 335-ts.
White Lead ; pure and extra Chrome Green ;
Chrome Yellow and Prussian Blue; Window
?. Colgate' Soap; Barret 'a natural sweet and
Moxail'a beat chewing Tobacco, &e. &e.
. . r -M JNO.M. ROSE.
Jnly 12,1845. 533-3t.
State of North Carolina Cumber-laud couuty.
Court of rUas $ Quarter Sessions June
Joseph Stewart and wife Winnefied, Calvin A vera,
et at. vs. Richard Ryalls, ct al.
Petition for division of slaves belong to Estate
of Richard Ryalls. deceased."
IT appealing to the aatir-faction of the. Court
that J.fllron bpeed, David Speed, Richard Ryalls,
Lovit Ryalls, Willjam Turnipseed and wife Edith, ;
and :he chstnbutets of Elizabeth Moore, deceased, !
heirs at law ot Richard Ryalls, deceased, are not
inhabitants of this State, and the usual process of
law cannot be served on them, it is therefore order
ed that publication be made in the North Caroli
nian, a newspaper published in the town of Fay
ctteville, for six successive weeks, requiring them
to appear before the Justices of our said Court, at
a Court to be held for faid county at the Court
House in Fayetteviile, o:i the fi,si Monday in Sep
tember next, and then and there shew cause, if
any they have, why the prayer of the petitioners
should not bo granted, or the same will be takft.i
pro conicsso anil beaid exparte as to them.
Witnes", John McLamiii, Clerk of our faid Court
atOffi fn F.yetteille, the lirt Monday in
June, A. D., 1845, and C9th of American inde
pendence. J. Mc-LAURIN.
July li?, 1845334 6t. per adv. 8 2i.
The subscribers Lave entered into a Copartner
shin, under the firm of
Et- W. Beatty 8c do.,
Fcir the trausnctiou of
A General Commission Business
In the "luien of Wilmington, JV. C.
They will give particular attention to the aale
of Timber, Lumber, and Naval Stores; the receiv
ing and forwarding goods, and the salo and pur
ch ase of goods for the back country.
They would respectfully sol cit a po:tion of pjl
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction. II. W. BEATTY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
July 19, 185. 331-tf.
riJIEJE subfisiber offers for sale ONE HUN
JJL DRED B-JXES OF BAR SOAe, manufac
tured at the "Fayetteviile (N. C.) Caneile Factory,"
and warranted qual if not superior to Colgate's
best No. I.
Bei ir determined To devote all necessary atten
tion toihe business, and off ring it at a reduced
price, (5cei:tsa pound h the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage.
All orders thankfully received und prompt
ly attended to.
Fayetfeville, May 24.844
!iiP2. Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Dubois, dee'd.,
lying principally in Robeson county, and on botu
.sides of Lumber River, the different surveys con
taining ov.V ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a l arge part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lmuher River, where a large quantify
of Timber is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. Thcst Ian Is are very valuable b'th for the
Timber ami Turpentine, for which purpose a lare
partis well s u i fed, being in a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and inq i ui ities to suit purcliasern.
Information respeetiug the title can be obtained
by appiving to the Hon. Robert Strange, James C
n.bbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Eq., (Attorneys at
I understand thereare many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby giWn, that
the law WiJ he enforced against ail such offen lers.
Application f.r any part of the Lands can be
made to myself, or to ,John Winslov, E?q., who
will be duly au'horiz d to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fa yet? ev; He, N. C, March I, 1315. 314-tf.
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may, for
the present, be f. und st the office of M r Thos. L.
Hvbait, a lew doois south of the Court House.
June 21, 1815.
JOSEPH S. DUX X offers his ser-
ires as nnde takir and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to contract fur building or jobbing.
Persons indebted to the subscriber either by note
or book account, will confer a special favor by call
ing and eMl.ng the same. He hopes that hia re
cent calamity will be sufficient inducement for
them to do so without further notice.
J AS. S.GRANT.
P. S. I may be found at the store recently oc
cupied by Mr Jarnee Baker.
June 21, 1845. 330-tf.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The "Weekly Pennsylvanian," printed on a
dov.hle me -ium sheet, and containing the principal
political, I'terary and news matters of the daily
paper, Philadelphia Prices Cnrrent, &c. is milled
t very Friday, at the low price of One Dollar a year
As the priue at which it is furnished will not allow
us to open accounts, thi subscription must always
bo paid in advance, and the paper is invariably.
Flopped when the subscription has expired, unless
tCP Remittances. The limitation of the
franking privil"ffe of the postmasters by the new
law, having cut off the usual mode of transmitting
subscriptions to paper-, the Poet master General
has made the following substitute for that Sreat
convenience to both the public and the pn ss :
"Money for newsraper subscriptions not ex
ceeding SlO in each case, may be -paid to a post
master for Ihepcrpbse of being paid to the publish
er of a newspaper at any other office. The post
master is, in ruch a cafe, to give to the person
paying the moneys receipt therefor, and to ad
vise forthwith the postmaster, who is to pay said
amount of such deposit. Upon presentation of
this receipt, the amount is to be paid over. The
postmaster receiving the amount is fc debit himself
therewith in his account, and the postmaster paving
that amount is to credit himself therewith in bisac
count of contingent expenses."
Where application eannot conveniently be made
to a postmaster, and more than on', subscription is
contained in th letter, we are willing to incur the
postage, provided the writer takes' care that Its
weight. does not exceed the half once to which sin
gle postages arc limited under tha new law which
commences on the first of July
ly inform th, citizens
of Fayetteviile anil the public
generally, that he has taken
the stand recently- occupied
bv E. J. Clark, nn CJ ?letnii
.Street, 5 doors South of the
Market Siinar. wIipw ! u i!l
-nn T Ty manuiaciure and Ke"p con
4SJ Vnd an a'rtment of P
ri AND SHEET IRON WARE.
e'on9wishmjrfopilrchase woal(1 do well to
cauand examine hia tocV. before r.urehr.sine elae
whcre.aeheisdeterminedto sell as cheap o s asiv
olho Manufacturer in the State.
tnrB'S f an ent're,y ew pattern.
UOQFING done in the lastest style, and bst
Aug. 17, 1844. " 56,..
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
AUCTIO X R Kit.
For the town of Fayef tev.ll.., i9 propped to attend I
to 11.: sale of any oodi which mav b ,,ir,.,.. t I
consignments from abroad will bs p,o-nptlv at
April 19, 1315
32 1 -y.
HAVE just received the new
ettrio nf HAT Ttr rrx-c.
"W U i ll.' 5..,. .
now finishing Gentlemen's mper-fine
FUR AND SILK Tf W
x. o '.L . J u",,alsi :reat variety of
J?ur,bi.k, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm Leaf Hats,
an of which hive been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to sell very CHEAP.
May 17, 1345. 325-tf.
State of North Carolina -Richmond county.
Court of Picas ami Quarter Sessions April
Bosiick & AJcKenzie vs. Riley Hc-nery.
Attachment Levied on the defendants' interest in
a ceitain tract of land containing two hundred
a..d nine:y-tour acres lying in ths county of
Richmond, near Little Monntkin Creek,
and joining the tand of T. Bostick,
Alexander Martin, and others.
It appearing fo the satisfaction of the Court that
Riley Henery, the defendant in this suit, resides
beyond the limits of the State; it fs therefore order
ed that publication be made in the North Caroli
nian for fix weeks, notifying the said defendant to
be and appear at the next term of this Cour'. to be
held f.r the county aforesaid, at the Court House
m the town of Rockingham, on the third Mondav
in July next, then and there to ntead to this At
iicknien', otherwise the same will be tafen pro
contest and the laod levied on be condemned sub
ject io the phirititfV debt.
Witness, Graham A Nicholson, ceik of our said
Court at olhce, the third Monday of April, and
lii the 63th year of American Independ.-ne e. A.
P- 845- G. A. NICHOLSON.
June2l,l345. 330 -6t
uo THE SUBSCRIBER"
u uul-u beg leave to inform his customeis and
the public in general, that having s ivi d a lare
poition o! his sfr-ck of GOODS at the reeen- fire,
he has re-opened nextd.jur west of the Post Office',
(Wagon Yard Building,; where he intends con
tinuing business on the same terms as heretofore.
June '2 1. 1S4.". . 330-v.
The subscriber having lost his store house and
most of his goods by the late f:r, has removed for
the present to the new bricfv store occupied by
Henry Lily, where his notes and accounts may
be found. Ad persons indebtedto him are earnestly
requested to come forward and settle up their res
pective dues, as he is very anxious to close up his
old bfisinoss before commencin g again.
Juni 21,1345.8 " E.J.LILLY,
THE Subscriber is located for the present, at
the store of Mr Win. Bow, two doors below the
Cape Fear Bank, where he offers for sale ihe few
goods he saved from the late tire, viz: Coffee, Tea,
Madeira, Sherry, ai.d Sweet Malaga Wines: Prin-
cipeSegars; Citron; Boston Crackers; Powder;
Shot; Shovelp; Spades, and a ft w Dry Goods.
I hope my friends that are in want of any of the
above, will give me a call. W. PRIOR.
June 28, 1845. 331-tf.
Burned out, but not entirety consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! ! !
SADDLER & HARNESS
M A K K K ,
RETURNS hi.-, sincere tbanka to the public for the
liberal share of patr -n .ge heretofore L stowed up
on him, and hopes ihat as he row riq iirea a con
tinuance of their custom, to enable hira to recover
f.-om the severe scorching received in the late Are,
it will not b9 withheld. His fiiesids. and such as
will Ipieas.j to i all at bis shop, on South Mdo t f
Person street, next door but one to the corner ot
Diok, will And a to'erabie stock in his line, with
the bst workmen, wiliing and ready to please in
any job and repairing line, at the shottest notice.
June 23. 1845. 331 -6m.
CANDIDATES FOR CLZRKS.
Messrs Jno. McLaurin and Peter
Patterson are candidates for the
office of Clerk of the County Court
Messrs Duncan G. McRae and
Win. Bow are candidates for Su
perior Court Clerk.
Fire IProof IK oof.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for ihe cov
ering of roofs of bui! lings with lin, ropper. or
xinc, and will eteeate promptly any work he may
contract for, and for small profits.
June 31, t3i3. 330-tf. F. T. WARD.
Just Received oil Consignment,
French Brandy, '
4i bosea No. I -Soap.
A. M- CAMPBELL.
March 15, 1345. 31B-tf
THE Subscribers take th s oj nity cf relum
ing tiietr warmest thanks to their friends and pa
trons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage bestowed up.n them; also for the kind
sympuhes manifested fo them in the late calamity
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on Ihe morning of the 19th insf.; and to Cai t J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord, and Mr G A
Schwartxman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in givingthem notic-, end others in the surround.
:ng neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge cf
cannon. Iiavia-penrd the Store neaily oppo
site, they hope- soon to resume business, and would
mostrespectfuiiy solicit the patronage of their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a share of
public patroi. age. They have on, hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron, Molasses, Sug ir, Smiths'
Bellows and Vises, LogChoins,6 superior Wrought
Iron Mill Crai.ks. Also, Anviln, Xiscp, Trace
Cbeir.s, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damiged in the fire, el! of w idth ihey will sell lw
lor Cash or Produce. They woold also earnestly
reque st all those inde l.ted to fh m by uote or ac
count io tr.ake immediate payment, as it will enable
them to close their former business and rcco n
mence, and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. U.K. J. .Mlw I IS C.
N arch I, 1845.
They havpjost received, bale superior Bridg'por3
ply Seine Twine, 3 coils Steam jfeking Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Uaft Rope, I hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Trait: Od, 300 palls.
Linseed Oil, Wtnltemore's nal Cotton Card.
Coffee Mil!. cat good Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment ofSwles and Eng
lish Bar lion ; together with a heavy 6'toik of flat,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained in ahed joining their Store, but
Re moval .
BLAMi & MA1L1L
WOULD inform the public that they hav
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C JtcRM Orrell, and
known as the Yellow Buildings. Having i&rgdv
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they sre
prepared fo offer inducements in the wav t trade,
iliat will be to the inteet of purchasers generally
to give theraacall. Their etocli will consist m
10 TonsSwerlea and English Iron,
500 lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Steel,
600 Pa. Hollow Ware,
500 lbs. B.-ir Lead, :
40 B.igi Shot, asoited,
1 5 Kegs Pow d"r,
300 lbs. Epaoin Sills,
300 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. F...rax, '
1500 lbs. Copperas,
150 lbs Indigo,
! Cnsk Salaratus,
50 sides sole Leather,
75 Bags Rio Coffee,
10 Hhd. Porto Rico Sugar,
1000 lbs. single and double reliaed and Cofee
300 sacks Liverpool S.uf,
500 bushels Alum do.
Wagon Boxes, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cine?, Hadlock's Syrp and Powd?r, Casaia,
Camphor, Castor Oil, Paint?, Puttv, Drugs, tc.&c.
Sept. 14, 1841. ' 290
INFORM their customers and friends that ihej
are now receiving their Spiingand Summer
STOCK OP (rOODS ;
And as most of them have been bought from the
manufacturers and importers, they will be offered
low. Call and see. Our stcck is not h- avy, hut a
good variety will be found upon exam natiun. And
as our lrocrne were purcriaee-l Oelore the Iste rise
in prices, we m atiurd tiu-ui as low as any l.oue
in the phce. ne return pur thanks to our .,1J
friends, and assure tnem njpaias er exertions on
our part hall be spared to give general aatiafuctjon
as heretofore. We have cow on hand (a.'l fresh
and m jrcio I order,)
Rio and Cu'a Coffee ; Porto Ri. o. N-w Orleans,
and Loaf Sugnri; Tens. Indigo, Madder, CVpp'-rar,
Rice, Candle, Soar., Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
STAPLE $ FA.YCV DR Y GOODS.
Arno-72 wh h are 150 piece Ca'icocs, (s.ra"J
verj' fine, and renL v beaulllul prints.) Victoria Al
paccas. plain and fiurel; Mos'ia d'Lare-; Ging.
ham-; Irish Linen; L nen and cotton Drill; Lmen
and cotton, cheeked and striped Diiil ; Nankeens;
due, nhi'r, androlord Jeans; Jaconl; Buok,
Cross-barrd, a.id Soured Muslins; BdTicknz;
Apron Check; c-iored Cam'iricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose and half Hose; linen, silk, and
cotton GIov.s; siik and cotton, pocket and dress
Handkerchief, a great vari-ty: fancy Crava's and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp: Tape.
Pins; Needles; Button; Thread; Lac; Edgirg ;
fine, hnir. side. and reading Coi.bs; bleached a m5
unbleached Domes'ica ; Broad Cloth ; Sattin-tf;
Kentucky Jeans. Sic tfce. Florence, Cue straw,
siik. m i'low and other Bonnets of the latest styles ;
a splendid assortment ofsrtifieial flowers. Al-o,
a good assortment f Slipcri; Alrccu and leather
Shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hatjf.&c. &.c
Hardware & Cutlery.
Trace and hatter Chain; Hos; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britannia, and Iron
tea and table Spoons; Razors ; rim, stock, closet,
chet, and pad Locks ; Sheep Shears ; Drawing
Knives ; cutting Knives; corn and grays fc'cvfhr;
Gimblets; Latche.? indColt ; Brad; Tacks, It &c.
JVOVV IX STORE,
. 5 Hhds. prime Porto Rica Sugr.
3 do do NewOileans do.
30 Bas gren Rio CfT e,
4 Hhds. Molac, a prima srticlr,
iOOO Lbs. prime corn-M Bcon,
HKiO Lbs. wbiro Lard, d UrKirs,
15 Bbia Whiskey,
5 do. Old Pesch Bmly,
5 do. N. - R".
50 Sicks Liverpool Salt, at our ?d stand, foot
April 19, I&45. 311-tf.
H3 WE are authorized to an
nounce the name of Kd ward Pitt
man, as a candidate for the,, office
of County Court Clerk for the
County of Montgomery.
Volume O-Numbcf 336!
Persons indebted to the
53ffc"!r fcubfenber uouhI cer.fer en f f-
' ' . W.T "i- J;I!U esi-
tling immediate-. His recent talarrpv, hcbc r,
w ill be eufScienCind net ment. " r
" R W. HARDIZ.
TO LUMBER MEN.
I til Subscribers, having uitncs-t ci t cf -
ssccessfulofiera un nf HOTUHKU'S'i VL'i i.
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald G.a '.,
AJi.l .n FayeiteviMc, in Aiay ar d Jt.ne fast . - -induced
lo purchase the Rif.t !0i lb. cnt-r. ' S
of North Carolina, and now cflVr individual Ilje;,
Lr " r Y'l r, nsonab!e terms. Th.v iVw
no on hand Seve. teen fuU aits of Wi.. .1 e.
have made arrBogcments to keep a itinsUi.t' no) -
Besdes being pen-ruily adopts in the io.llan
States, tbe.e are already ,wr!ve saw. i .
operaiioii in ibis State, i.nd eight other- ,, ..' V -of
erection. The a-t.-niekiegl oVer d".' t
these Wheels have been J ',
citizens of this Slate, ith universal irnwii.t"
Aad we de,ire .11 w ho may UlS?tX&
Pcft I "i an';U"t:4e1,1I"C'f Ard'J Graham
;.Alex 1 JJrr!iiM.n, Chnsto. her Munroe Alcx'r
V, hi.rns, Arch-d McLaurin. J. AltDamef, John
Cade Airs. LfTy At. a.Utn, in MU Coo, t3' . cJ
John C. McLaurin, ,n Richmond County; i l.( . '
C. Smith in U:a?en C.un.y ; and Hardv liovall 'in
-Sampson County ;- fo each f whoio ,
WlfeV-r,Dt,0n " l 0 ' ratt:crl fpw'on of thS,
Persons who apply noon f,r Rights can have
thrn rut up by noAm.a bo have Lctn irjS.ri.tl.
td hy Mr Uotchki . I im.,lf; nsiru
The Proprietors of the right cf this VhiMd t'i,
State of North Crolina, h.ve received the follow
W, ttc-K FJu.He. Fcb'y 3, 1645,
We, llie Subsciibeif, rt, dmg i tr)e Conntv'of
Cumberland and fi-iaic of North Carina, .aW
beeu fgatfc-d ,n the rnanufat turecf Lumber for ma-
ft is LRTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
the.r appendage., are worthy of tr e pafroi.age cfall
null owners, and thai we have JU1J eonf.de r.ae 4
their superiority ;r '.at the value of Mi:I8 will fa
very much enhanced bv tl.tir inlrodmiion. Thtv
are more durable, and ensier k, pt in o;der wl cii
properly put to?. th.r than the coamcn Flutter
Wheel: they will save at feast r.ne-tLird of the
water, and run well m lack water when there is
a head above The fd cf the Saw i, iriCreo?cd
fiom one-ha.f to ooubie i tU .tn.kea per o.iuvle,
DUNCAN M VS HOE.
C. P. A1ALLETT
JOHN M-n. vipi
THOMAS asSm CXy )
TUer i.av.. akorecived .'SiU&tfi'iL
Alexander AJurchin. iHlif,? L',, , ifK 1
heresfter amongcther- in 1 n u . " , r'1
ho speaks rttNl"rv.irria,),B mUmh
made on Saw Mlllm in fr
brrccomnifiidiriB- ir, 1 !, . I e:xr'dj.and conclude.
Ml . .
n-.i. :r.:r.r a.-n ln 'ii cwrrs.
nv vr a v 'J -VL A UCHLI N,
OUAi-A.N MrNptr i
Puv-ftteI,, March 15. IH-15. -Air ,r
ROBERT A. STUART
HAS romoved to the Store on Person ,A
cently occupied by Col. S. T. Ha wlTy and n.'a W
opposite the Cape F.-ar Bank, v, h, re he can ." po J
the wants of all his cutiomrri in the PP J
BUV GOODS AXD GROCERY LIKE
ami Wine,: Pf,, ' W,Cn
v6i?0T AND SH0E lAKER,
afte r , .,d8arn.C?S'n,f'r8 His .hop itopjo
atte f he cenf i e of the Brick Row-. ' U
I hoso who owe hi,,, ,8v Xpr,t that the Uls
ha.. C4M?,'1'm 10 nicd 'o vontinue h,
ht. . ss, and he hopes they will asfisl him as soon
as thev can.
. J"lv 13. ISf5. 333 3f.
THE sufeariber feels truly thankful for Ihe rrry
hberi.! prfronagc br. has received from Iht titix-ns
of Fjyetfov-i'l :. and ih-; public genc-raliv; and ni
his terms of hum-Horses and conveyances, tnd
boarding hors, .re ve,y moderate, be most r
sptctfuMy .oltcita a conlinuauce of paliona"e.
Hi- terms of hiring are as usual, exceprthose
woo tnr jbm.acr conveyance? and daraagr ther,,
by m.fair managemci.t, are rfrriyird to psyJi.
da;naS'- T. J. MIMS, Aj't.
Those who are indebted to me previous to
the first r.f April fast, wit! save cost by making
paymett l.efore the -20th ir.st.; oed those indented
ince that tnue will do me e favor by setllinj rheir
resptiyed ies,,rf In eon? quenre of thebigb price
ot Horse food, it. is hard work forme to keep
ooi and body together. T. J. AJ-
. July 12, 1845 320 y.
v- 1-tar "i -i Kit-! i HEi yi - x- . A "
SALE. 1 1
I WISH to sell my land fvjng-on B:-. KoMifir!..
being altout 2000 acres cf ood n.rf cr.t;;., isnc ,
with a good stream for crrry ing It to market, navi
gable at any lime while there is water reggb Lr
boats to run befwecu Faytt'evi'lc tad Yrilming
ton. , Title indispatahfe. , 'v"8 '.
j ALEXANDER WILI.IAVC
u'y 12, 1345. 335-tf. ,
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