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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO INDIVIDUALS; AND THE G LORY OF TIT- Tirr T
STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTT OF ITS CITIZEXS.'
by. ir.ii h'bayxe
TERMS OF THE NORTH CAROLINIAN '.
Per anmvn, if paid in advance, S2 50
if ;ai J al the end of sit months 3.00
at the end of the year 33
States of Advertising :
sirty cents pr ."j iari; fjr Mm first, ;m 1 thirty cents
tor eicfi su'i-mqiient insertion. ,
Advertising by the year ivill be charged according
, to (f,. q, -iti'y of matter inserted.
Court a Ueiti-em mts, &c, '25 per centjiigher.
TFFS M N I T Y
tfVsaiiist loss or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
. CAiMTATr$ 105,000.
(f'fice in (fraud ntar Viral Street, IVUliams
burg, onpostte the City of AW York.
JJSeacij Office, Wells Building, 62 Wall st.,
Cii.-i-itiai Zibriskte. Abr'm T. Bosk ere k,
Andrew (J. B:nediet, V ranets bt-mtieU,
Frederick V. Favro,
J 'n Skit bna n
S rut. Willets.
S.irul II. Olapp,
J ill i Lesctf,
Chas. O. Handy,
L:viaEL RICHARDSON, Pres't.
Avnr.F.w 1'. IIodc.es, Sec'ry-.
WASHINGTON PJ3T, Agent, New York.
THE Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company,
h.ivin ' been incorporated by an act. of the Legislator-of
t'n: State of New Vork, tor the purposes
of Fire fi-uirauee, t'ne Directors offer to Insure their
i'elio-.v-ciiiJMMM :hroughnut the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
O.i B ladings, Go l'itnd Merchandise, and Per
ko1i Property :s -nralty, assuring them that the
atriim of' the Company, shall !e conducted with
siuh fairnens", candor and liberality as they trust
will entitle it to pn'ilie eonS lence and patronage.
The S'tb-H-ritir r, Ag'it f-r the ahove Com
piriy, will uive any In tiier in'ormatinn that may
b: ..'o'-si ro I l)V those who wis'i to I isnre.
JAMES MAIITINE, Agent,
Feb. 8, 1315. 3 l-tf.
SAMUEL J. HINSDALE
BE IS t inform li s friends and customers in Fay
fttuvillo and vicinity, that he expec's within the
n -xt ten days a general assort merit of Drugs,
Mtxliciru s, Chemicals, &c., w!ii. h lie will open at
the sloe now occupied by Mr NVill McPherson,
dir :::y opposite his o'.d stand.
He has now on hand sic!i articles as were saved
fWinJ the fire, and -our: wh:ch arrived by last Li'i:lt
rr lrt.ni W 1 1 mi n t'n, together with a lot of Chemi
c i's, as Q.nin ne, C ilomrd, B! ie Pill, Mass, &c.j
broo "lit with linn from New York.
July I, tSt5. 33-tf.
IS now r.:cfiviiiii Ins .-ooiiiifr snpjdy ol GOODS,
w;iicli has bc n purchased ly Ih package at the
la!e-na!es at the N.rtli, simony hicti are
Snperiine London Cloths and Cassi meres,
Frcfh Lawns an t Diaf-ers,
B ack and colored b'iiks,
B lizorincs and Printed Lawns,
Slate Pon"'-e, vi-ry cheap,
Bh'ach'd and brown Do w slics, trotn 3-4 to 12-1
C ilico and Gingham;
Si!!; and Cotton H..ndkiTchiefj,
Laces, EJings, and tlni lins, -
4- 1 Bohi iets, new styb-,
Ktcr.int Barr c,e t'carfs,
elegant Si'k Shawls
Dressed Si'k It andktn chiefs, assorted,
bm'ii and im. n Cam: ie I la ndkerchi-M,
With irulny other artieh-s, nil of which are offered
ihicoiiiin inly I w tor Cash, r to Punctual Cus
t'lUIT' O I fh - usn i! li. n : Call at No. 2, LIBER
TV POINT. - ,
.liin" 17, I?15.
." mm M&&h. '
l HAVE'emoved the port ion ot my poods saved
f ro n the Fir, to the brick ft. -re, foot of i laymounf,
lately oci-upied bv Mr Hamilton Mitchell, and one
dour.-a-'t of Mr George McNeill, wheiel shall bi
pleas -d to sf-e mv friends and cnst'ioiers, as I am
uVt?rm i t to disc oil my oods at LO W Prices.
A personrf Iravfui-claims aaainst me, will
pie iso prosrnt th m for paynte'ut. and all indebted
to in whose :iot-s and accoiiirts are due, will, I
trust, sc-fie n c ;ssitvof pa viiis up withoitt further
de!ar JOHN D. STARR.
J.ino 25, I34S, 331 -V.
TiOOTS & SHOES ! ! !
THE Subscriber an-
, nounees to hi friends and the pub
lie in en-Tal lhat he has opened
his shop on Hay Ptreft, opposite
to Mr George McNeill', where he is prt-pured to
make to ord r or r pair lin-s and coarse BOOTS
anl SHOES, both lor gentle-men and ladies, in the
most approved and mocein pijles. ll; assures
such as will favor turn with their citstom, that he
will warrant his work to be done in the best style,
by the b'-st workmen, and ofthebet materials that
can be procured, lie lecls confident t mt any
.vork passinsjout ofhis hands cannot be surpassed
by any done"here or elsewhere, and he hopes In
close application to business and a studious effort
to please, not only to merit but receive a fair share
of public patronage.
' 1 V ' M ALCOM FAULK.
June 17, IS1'. 33M-I y. m
NOTI C E .
The subscriber, during his abfccnee, icqueats all
persons indebted to him to make payment to Mr
T. S. Lutterloh, who is fully authorized to give re
ceipts. C. LUTTERLOH.
July 19, IS45. tr.
Seidlitz Powders, B ckwith's Pills, Cologne Wa
ter, Shaving Soap, Peters' Pills, Blue Pills, Indeli
ble Ink, superior London Mustard, Starch, Nnt-m.-j;s,Ciovr8,
Mace, fee., together with a choice
and well si-beted assortment of genuine Drussand
iVkdiciiins tor sale by S. . HINSDALE,
Jub 19, 1815. 334-tf. Drng-ist.
T0LEASE OR RENT,
Stale Brick ard, wi,h cases and a large quan
tity of clay thrown uP a!ready for moulding. Ap
ply soon to W. G. MATTHEWS.
July 19, 184o. 334.tr
WOULD beg leave to inform his customers and
the public in general, that having saved a lare
portion ofhis stock of GOODS at the recent fire
he has re-opened next door west of the Post Office'
(Wagon Yard Building,) where he intends con
tinuing business- on the same terras as heretofore.
Jane 21, 1845. . 330-y.
Gardner & McKethan,
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
their style of Work, and have now ,i hand a GN
ERAL ASSORTMENT, consistingfcf
Carriages, Baroiiclies, Buggies,
vGigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, ike.
Wiiich for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, woitld do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved notes.
Having in our employ first rate Smiths, we are
prepared to do any lion work in the above line on
moderate terms., .
We warrant all odr work to be of good and tuith
ful workm inrhip and materials, for one yeor.
JCJ REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
Fayettevdle, February 8, 1845. y.
Just received from New Tork an assortment ol
fine double and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
abottt 50 doz n Palm Leaf Hats, for sale low by
JONES &. DUNN.
April 19, 1S45. 330-tf.
T0 THE PUBLIC.
THE Subscrib r has just received from New
York in addition to his former stock, fash
ionable GOODS for ladies' and gentlemen's wear.
Also, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
bleached Shectini: ; Linen 5 4 and 6-4 ; fine Irish
Linen and Loni Lawns; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Silk do.; heavy Russia Osnabuigs, for servants;
common do.: fine Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts do.
May 24, 1845. 32G-3m.
N 0 T I C E .
TAKEN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland county;
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of Jannai v, 1845, a nejrro man
who says his name is SIMON,
and says that h- was sold in
Charleston to a man by the name
of MeKenzie, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his master. Said negro wus for
merly the property of Benjamin Gass of Camden,
S. C, and was taken Irom this place last February
by.VlrGass. Said neirro is about 5 feet 4 inches
high, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
aire. The owner of said negro is hereby notified
to come forward, prove property, p?y diaries, and
take him away, or he will be dealt. " itli according
to law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1845. 310-tf.
And Sojouriicrsin Faycttevillo
MRS. E. SMITH is ti!l preparer! to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or
sojourning in Fayettt ville. tier table is always
as good as the market afiouls. She has good sta
bles and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her resilience is so well known that it needs no de
scription. No exertions will be scared to give
Since the late destructive Cu whjch destroyed
the Hotel, she has enlarged her means ofaccOmmo
daiiou by renting the house directly oppositej
where sheMias several good .iry rooms, for sleep
Feb. 1, 1815. Slb-tf.
HAVlNli lost all our blanks, probably ovor 100
dollars' worth, in the fiie, wc have been replacing
them ns fast s ive can, since, and have now ready
for sale at the Carolinian OfIi-e.
Fi Fas, Co. or Sup. Ct., Appeal Bonds
State Writ t'uhpccnsis,
OLD RYE WHISKEY !
ON Consignment and for sale, tni barrels OLD
RYE WHISKEY, pure and decidedly the EES V
lhat has been in this market in ten years. Apply
n, c. J. ORRELL.
July 13, 1S15. 334-3w. .
A GENERAL assortment of GOODS, purchased
since the tire, for sale CHEAP, bv
Ju'y 20. 1S45.
n o tTTe .
B Virtue of a Deed of Trut made bv David
Shaw to secure a debt due to Ed. G. Fade & Co. of
New York, the following Property is offered for
sale ; and un'ess sold at private sale before the first
Monday in September next, ifTwill be sold at Pub
lie Auction in front of the Court House to tht high
est bidder, to wit :
1st. The Lot ami Store House
at present occupied by David Shaw, on the North
side of Person street, being it) fi. 5 in. front and
running back to Old street.
2d. The Lot and Dwelling
. . 1 - V Q I am ( 1 i r a.iJ. .1
House wnereou in -jui- oiu, ,jn ine
...t .wl nf Cnld Sni in" street, bcina 75 feet front
and running hack about H'O feet.
The property may be exanunea oy caning on
Mr David Shaw on the premises, or on the so1-
scriber. , . .it.
A liberal credit' will be given and jrnade known
at the time of sale. GEO McNEILL. AS't
MAI Tnb.v &txn. , rjicc.
Fayetteville, July 25, IS45. 335-ts.
T ! LvitcA 4tnP
The subscciber having iosi sioic
f . . i Kmo rmmri tor
most ol nis gooas oy me isic uk-j - 7 r
the present to the new brick store occupied by
uenry xiny, wnere nis noi
be found. All persons indehtedto him areearnestly
requested to come forward and settle up their res
pective dues, aa he is very anxious to close up his
old business before commencing again. -
June21, 1845.8 E. J. LILLY,
State of STortn Carolina Cumberland county.
Court of Picas $' Quarter Sessions June
Joseph Stewart and wife Winntl-ed, Calvin Avera,
el al. vs. Richard Ryalls, ei al.
Petition for division of slaves belonging to Estate
of Richard Ryalls, deceased.
IT appearing to the satisfact.on ,he Court
that JelTcrson Speed, David Speed, Jlichard Ryall?,
Uvit Ryalls, William Turnipse. d and wife Edith,
and the distribute of Elizabeth Moore deceased,
heirs at law rd Richard Ryalls, deceased, are not
inhabitants of this Slate, 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
etteville, for six successive weeks, requiring them
to appear before the Justic-s of our said Court, at
a Court to be held for said county at the Court
House in Fayetteville, on the firs" Monday in Sep
tember next, and then and there shew cause, if
any they have, why the pra.vcr of the petitioners
should not be granted, or the same will be tak-n
pro confesso ano heard t xpnrie as to thein.
Witness, John McLaui in, Cleik of our said Court
at Ofiiee in Fayetteville, tho first Monday in
June, A. D., 1845, and G9fh of American Inde
pendence. J. McLAURlN.
July 19, 1845. 334 6t. per adv. 8 25.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship, under th" firm of
H. W. Beatty & Co.,
For the transaction of
A General Comriiission Business
In tile Ivicn of Wilmington, .V. C.
They wilt give particular attention to the sale
ofTimber, Lumber, and Naval Stores; the receiv
ing and forwarding goods, and the sale and pur
chase of goods for the back country.
They would respectfully Sol.eit a portion -of pub
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction. H. W. BEATTY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
Ju'y 19, 1315. 334;tf.
,. B A R SO APT "
rpriE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN
JL DRED DJXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayettevdle (N. C.) Can-lie Factorv,"
and warranted equal if not superior to Colgate's
best No. I.
Bei ig determined to devote all necessary atten
tion tothe business, and off ring it at a reduced
price, (Scents a pound by the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage.
tOF All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
Fayetteville, May 24,844
100,00(i Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased a!l tlu LANDS
belonging to the E-st.ile of Abram Dubois, dee'd.,
lying principally in Robeson county, and on bot.,
sides of Lumber River, the diff:rent surveys con
taming over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; n large part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large, quantity
ol Timber is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. These Ian Is are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which puroope a large
part is well suited, being in a region where the
Turpentine yields more rfbufrda;:tly than any other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold al a
low price, and in qn in'ilies to suit pnrchasers.
Information respecting the title can be obtained
by applying to the Hon. Robert Stra nge, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand thefenfe many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby given, that
the law will he enforced against all such offenders.
Application f.r any part of the Lands can be
made to mj-self, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayettcv;!Ie, N. C, March I, 1345. 314-tf.
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may,
the present, be found at the office of Mr Thos
Hybart, a few doors south of the Court House.
"June 21, IS45.
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser-
vices as unde takef and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to contract for building or jobbirg.
Persons indebted to the subscriber either by note
or boon account, will confer a special favor by call
ing and settling the same. He hopes that his re
cent calamity will be sufficient inducement for
them to do so without further notice.
P. S. I may be found at the store recently oc
cupied by Mr James Baker.
June 21, 145. .330-tf.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The "Weekly Pennsylvanian," printed on a
double medium sheet, and containing the principal
political, I terary and news matters of the daily
paper, Philadelphia Prices Current, &c., is mailed
every Friday, at the low price of One Dollar a year
As the price at which it is furnished will not allow
us to open accounts, the subscription must always
be paid in advance, and the paper is invariably
stopped when the subscription has exp;red, unless
';ljt Remittances. The limitation of the
franking privilege of the postmasters by the new
law, having cut off the tisrtal mode of transmitting
subscriptions to papers,- the Postmaster General
has made the following substitute for lhat great
convenience to both the public and the prrss :
"Money for newspaper subscriptions not ex
ceeding S10 in each case, maybe paid to a posl
masterfor the purpose of being paid to the publish
er of a newspaper at any other office. TJie post
master is, in such a case, to give to the person
paying the money a 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 to debit himself
therewith in his account, and the postmaster paying
that amount is to credit himself therewith in hisac
count of contingent expenses."
Where application cannot conveniently be made
to a postmaster, and more than one subscription is
contained in the letter, we are willing to incur the
postage, pro-rifled the writer takes care that its
weight does not exceed the half once to which sin
ale postages are limited under the new law whrch
commences on the first of July. -;
MIFFLIN & PARR Y,
Arct'ST 9 IS45.
t, w w 1 v iniorni tne citiz-.ns
ll i- l.-t -11 - ; - ...
01 r ay ciievnie anu tne public
generally, that he h as tsken
the stmd recently occupied
bv E. J C"lnrL- r ii.r.;
rStreet,5 doors South of t he
Al:ir!;pl S,-:ll-i rr. I. , , l, ... Ml
r I"" 1 I II' ! IIL it IN
sftrtt.. J r Y "uiuuiaciiire anu Re-p con
!'a.rv: c" "od an assortment of " .
J, SlfEEl" IRON WARE.
eallT1" 'v,gJ"n-? fop'f chase would do well to
1 erT eam,ne ock before purchasing elsc-
other ,na ,r8aeter,nined, U as cheap as aBy
0l,'e;"tU'er in the State. - I
ROOPf xf ".Pattern. - '
imn-, T "l"" 1,1 l" iaiest style, and best
manner. Also GUfTIiRIG
Air. 17, 1344.- r ofi1v .,
A, M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
For the town of Fayetteville. is nr.
pared to attend
SO lie .,.Vnl..., I , - . '. '
him. v su'JUs wnicn may uo entrustd lo
temredSirment3 frm abr0ad b P'omptly at-
APljg, 1815. 3,,y
li , ; ""-'"vu u e new
now finishing Gentlemen's suner-fine
FUR AND ST rtf nK Te
. . - il x. o 9
Fur Si'k P 7 , urrlVaiS't" "reat variory of
n V ', , nara'. Leghorn, and Palm Leaf Hat
all of w ch have been purchased on such terms is'
to enable me to sell very CHEAP
May,71S45--325-tf. DAVID GEE.
FOB M A T F NE U"'rorm cn
01 ps. Apply at this Oifice.-
Fi re Proof JKciofs,
THE undersigned is ready to contract for fiie cov
ering t roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
zinc, and wi.l execute promptly any work he may
contract for, and for small pi ofits:
June 21, 1315. 330-tf. F. T. WARD.
J. G. Gj-or&Co. Mi n a ffcrs.
ALE X AN U 1 1 1 A LOTTERY,
Class 34, for 1S45.
To tie drawn in Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
SPLENDID CAPITALS; '
30,000 Dollars! 10,000 Dollars!
5,000 Dollars! 3,000, Dollars !
2,500 Dollars! 1,017 Dollars !
100 Prizes of 1,000 dollars!
&C &c. &c.
Tickets SI0 Halves $5- Quarters &2 50
Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets $130
lo halt do - U5
2s quarter do 32 50
Class 35 for IS 15. -
To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
Aug ;st 30, IS 15.
$40,000 S 15,000
$7,000 t $5,190
6 Prizes of 2,000 dollars!
10 do of 1,500 dollars!
20 do of 1,-200 dollars! - -50
do of 1.000 dollars !
90 do of 500 dollars!
&c ' &c.
Tickets 810 Halves S3 Quarters 82 59.
Certifidates of Packats of'2G whole tickets, 140
do 26 half do
Do do 20 qur.rtcr do
96aD(ID(D 3 3 3 -
$25,600! $15?O0O I
Class A, for 1S45.
To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
27th September, IS 15.
7S Number Lottery 13 Drawn Ballot..
u - tl
1 Grand Capital of $75,000
1 Splendid Prize of 25,QqO
1 do do 15,000
1 do do 10,000
1 Prize of - 9,000
1 do 8,000
1 do 7,000
1 do 6-000
1 do 5.000
1 do 4,000
1 do 2,S47
5 Prizes of 2,500
TO do . 2,000
20 do 1,750
20 do 1,500
50 do 1,000
170 do 500
Beside pt izs of $400 t 250 !
Whole Tickets 820 HaT SlO-Quarter S"
Eighth $2 50.
Certificates of packages of 26 whole tickets $2G0
do 6 halt do 130
do "26 quarter do
do 26 eighth
Orders for Tickets and Shares and Certificates of
Packages in the above Splendid Lotteries wi'I re
ceive the most prompt attention, and an official ac
count of each drawing sent immediately after it is
over to all who order Irom us. Address, X
JT Q Gregory & Co., Jtannger.
: - Washington City, D. C
K O-T I C E -
THE Subscribers take this opportunity of return
rrfnl !LWHrrae8tuKaanks lo h friends and pa
ron!' K 1,6 P"bhc orally for their ;.i.era! ..-
vmnS,l tSt0WPdr0?0Jn them a!s" r the kind
sxmpvhies manifested to ,!,. , :a the ,3fet .aiilv
in the destruction. of llH.r.ntireStrc'i of CUhI
on themorn.n-ofthe IS.h in,t.; and ta Cai-t J
A J Bradford, Capi. V. S. Old., and Mr G A
Scbwartrman.-of U S. Arscn.nl, for their kindness
in givjnrt!iem nmic-.and others in (he surround
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the dicharo of
cannon. Hav.n oj eiud the Store m tulv o,n...
sitei th y h.ipc soon to resume business, aJ would
most respectfully solicit the patronage-of their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a sh;:re of
pub.'u; palroi.aire.1 They hnve on hand in th. ir
. unloose, itit, Iron. Molasses, Su? ir, Smiths'
Bellows a'.d Vises, Lo2Chnins, superior Wrou"lif
Iron .Mill Crai.ks. Also, Anvil.--, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles ol Hardware, partially
u b nre, :-.n o! wi.m h Uiey will sell Iw
or Cash or Prodnc. .They w,ihl al.-o earnestly
request aJIjhose indebted to thrm bv note. or r.c
couri lo n.-ake immediate payment :isil will enable
thciii to close their former busint-ss nndnco-i
uience.aml hope those indebted will fikethe i-arliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. li. &. J. MAFiTIJNE..
argh I, 1 S 15. 314-tf. "
They have just received, bale superior Rrul. port 3
ply Seine' Twine, 3 coils Steam Packing Varn,
Manilla, Seine, and n.:f? Rope, 1 hhd. winti t strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 hh.'s. Trai.-: Od, 3:!0 al!s.
Linseed Oil, Whitremore's real Cotton Curds,
Coffee .Mills, cast onnJ Wajron and Cart Doxc?
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment ofSwcdcs and Enjj
lishBar lion ; together with a heavy Stock of flJt,
round, and squate Bar Iron, Band Iron nnd Nails,
Hods, contained in shed joining their Store, but
MAI A j & HAMj
WOULD inform the ptiblic lhi.t they have
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J & 11 M Orrell, and
known as the Yellow Biiildinss. Having larirflv
increased their stock of" GROCERIES, they&ar"e
prepared to offer inducements in the way of trade,
that will he to the inte;e-t of purchasers generally
to give them a call. Their stock will consist in
part of .
10. Tons Swedes and Er.slish Iron,
500 lbs. Cast, Blis-ter, and German Steel,
500 Ps. I-IoMmw Ware,
500 Jhs. Bnr Lead,- "
40 Bags Shot, assorted
15 Kegs Powder, '
300 lbs. Epsom Sails,
3 )0lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1500 lbs. Copperas, -
1 50 lbs Indigo; '
1 Onsk Salarntun, .
50 sides sole Leal her,
75 Ba;s Rio Coffee,
' 10 Hhds. Porto Rico Siijrar,
1000 lbs. single and double refined and Coflee
300 sacks Liverpool Salt,
500 bushels Alum do.
Wagon l.oxes, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs. Pocket Cutlery, Patent M di
cines. Hadloek's Sirim rf ml P,fe.! r"oo;
Camphor, CastorOil," Paints, Putty, Drugs, ce&c,'
oept. n, jo 14. . . 290
JONES & JDtJNN
JVFORM their customers and fiends tint they
are 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 ofTured
low. Call and see. Our stock is not h'-avy, hut 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 as any houe
in the place. We return our thanks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our parttrhall be spared to jiive general satisfaction
as heretofore.' We have now on hand (all fresh
anJ in goo I order,)
Rio and Cuba Coffee ; Porto Rico. New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas, Indigo, Madder, ('opperos,
Rice, Candle, Soap Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&.c. &c. Slk.
STAPLE $ FA.YCY DRY GOODS.
Amo-ig which are 150 pieces Calicoes, (some
very fine, and really beautiful prints,) Victoria Al-
paccas, plain and figured; Muslin d'LnneT--; Ging
hams; Irish Linen; L'nen and cotton Drill; Linen
ind cotton, checked nnd striped Drill; Nankeens;
du", whi'e, and colored Jeans ; Jaconet : Book,
Cross-barrd, a.sd figured Muhns; Bed Ticking;
Apron Checks; c-lored Ciiin'iricks ; white, blnck,
and mixd Hose and half Hose; linen, silk, and
eotton Gloves; silk and cotton, poCket and dress
HandUerehiefs, a irrat vari'tv: lam v Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Milt-; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons: I bread; Luce; Edgina :
fine, hair, fide, and reading Cooibs; Idea hed and
unb eached Domf s1 :cs ; Bread Cloths ; Sattin ts :
Kentucky Jeae.s, &c. ftc. Florence, fine straw,
silk, w iilow and other Bonnets of the la'cM styles ;
a rplcndid assortm -nt ofartiHcial flowers. Also,
a good assortment ( Slippers; Morocco and leather
Shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hats, &c. &c.
Hardware 8c Cutlery-
Trace and halter Chains; Ho-?; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britannia, and Iron
tea and table Spoon?; Razors ; rim, stock, closet,
chest, and pad Locks ; Sheep Shears ; Drawing
Knives ; cirttinir Knives ;' corn and grass Scvthrs ;
Gimbicts; Latches and Cjlts?; Brad; l acks, &.. &c.
NOW IN STORE,
5 tlltds. prime l'orto liico ougar,
3 do !o New Oilcans do.
3') Bags irreen Rio CofiVe.
4 Hhda- Molstsfces, a prime article,
50oO Lbs. prime corn-fed Becon,
ltC0 Lbs. white Lard, in firkins,
15 Bbls. Whisker,
5 do. Old Peach Brandy,
2 do. N. E. Rum, . jr.
- 50 Sacks Liverpool Salt, at our oul stand, foot
April 19, 1845
Just ReceTvQi on Consignment,
40 boxes No. 1 Soap.
A. M. CAMPRELL
March 15, 1845. 31C-!f
Volume 6 Xiimlrei 337
Persons indebted to the
Subscriber won d confer an es-'
long ininiediatofc-. His recent ta!;:n,iiv ,r i ,.,r - .
w t:l be -u!' iotit-u.diu-. :n.o,i. U ' '
R- W. nA ROT!:.
TO LUMBER MEli.
ILL Su'jscriber.s having ifne'rd therrrv
smvfssfiiloperaTion of f JOTCTJK L-S'S. VPP'i i
CA L WATER WHEELS, a, Arcirba.d G rt tl
..H m hayeitevil.'e, in .Vav ur d Jlse lFt " "
'7 vU'V, n P1"1 MX" 'or .he entire StJ."
North Ca.u!,na,r.d i.t.w t CVr individual Rio,r
or ,in vt v r.asoi.ub'e It-jiriR.- Thrv J-ai
now o hard S. , e,.t , n full s. ,s o WheS 'r , d
h-e made arrB-crnl8 to keep a constant'
oi-ercc.ion. The V. CrS " rr
these VI-r' t,i. i ,u,,, r Ir;i
W.nV : I :..l,ron..W:tncss hun!lre-s
And we desire all may f Vl ,n , X , ? 'V''
subject to cxnuiinetLoMnisofX 'dlr 'Z
Col.Alex'rMurclu.un.Cbr.rtoVher V , ' V'"'
Williams, Arch'd .McLaurin. J m' Imel
Cad, AIs Effy McFaH.cn,
John C. McLaunn, in Richmond Coimiv 'I'L
C. Smith in B-oden County ; and JVdy 'Vvt , n
ianifson County, to each f,f when, we liU'l
w!!cc;riai,on ts to ie ' rat,ica, -'i "tio oftus;
Person,, who apply soon fur Rights can Lava
them p ,,r by wo, km, n ho havc ,7tcn JJ
ed by Mr Uotchkis himfclf '"-uuci.
cmiSc:- r0!U,a fCtC,VCd
We, theSubscril;C:cs,d'n .
Cumberland and Suae VfNorthSJoMnSn'i
been engaged in the rvaiiufacture of Luml er m
ny years, feel fully crranted i st!!tin" V " f
kfss's VKRTIC'AL WATER TliEE s 'i
their appendages .are worthy of the patroV.Ce ofali
mill owners, and Ha. we have full mnfldcr ce i
their su,.rr,or,ty- , value ofM,;!a S'ifJ l"
very much enhnnced by th, Jr inlu.dtntiun. Th'y
are more durable and ea.irr kept in o.dcr w hen
proper y put logcth.r than the coir.mon FhittVr
Wheel:, hey will suveal t.t onc-third f"
water and run wcI ,n back wafer whtn there-H
a head above The speed of the Saw is incrn J
from one-b.Ifto fIe lU ..rokc. pt.r miS
DUNCAN MUX ROE
- JOHN McFADVEN
CP. MALLETT '
JOHN McD A N I EL.
ARCH'D McLER AN
Thev h-,ve.t - , (Elacten Cunt.)
1 i" i nave also rec i veI -i ; r . J . ' .
Alexnider M, i - " . ceitificute from Cc .
he speaks oflhi. as "M.I 'l'm') which
his Jsaw will cut 5000 feet in a ',,- . . J , f
on the ihv r.. i 0 . t Jictiidllvtut
on i.ie rray b lrc . wrote, 4C83 led of J i. f
Qua. ter Boards; maliri md i 1
-hot one-hnlfof the wa?er i'ti, d T''
FnyeUevill,., Mafch 15, .r,. 3(;.ff ,
wi i ij i j i -1 ii ! f u li i ni,,i.. i
ROBERT A. STUART -
HAS removed in ,li Kinm i '
: . i. i rton street re-
cently occupied by Col. R.T. Hawk-y at 1 , l a
onnosite t ,p f?n. n-i. .. r "'"'.v
t, r ,, , vwiere ne can eupp y
l lie Wan ts of a II Ine , f n I I J
DRY GOODS AND GIMttRftv t tmp'
ALSO, h choice iirVr?v of T.,r;.... r: '
8 doz. Stuart 5c McGary's Oh! Port Wine
April 2G, 1S15. 33-tf.
THE fubs.'riber fetls trulv thankful fnr iI.p mv.
liberal p Irenage he has received from the citizen's
of Fayetteville, and the public generally; aiiil sn
til's terms of hiring Horses and convey nces, und
boarding hordes, ur very moderate, he rno."! re
spectfully solicits a continuance i.f pationage.
, Ihs t-.-nns of hiring are as ucual, except thoc
who hire lors' Scr conveyances and tJarnng tlicm
by unftlr ma nagi.-rueiit, are required to puv the
damarit . . T. J. MI.MS, Ag't.
iCP Those who ar indebted to me pn vious to"'
the first of April laef, will save cost by making
payment before the 20lh inst.;and lhq?e indebted
since that tune will do me n favor by settling their
respective rlnes, ns in ron'qiicnre of the high price
of Horee food, it is hard work for me to keep
soul and body together. T. J. M.
July? 2, 1845- 320-y.
I WISH foell iny land I ing on Big Rockfisli,
he.in" about 2000 acres cf onnrl ii.r.nnim. i i
witti a irood stream forrftrrvino 't tr.
ab!e at any time while there i water cnou'-h for
ooais in run oei wci n Jr ayetievrle and Wilming
ton. Title indisputable.
July 12, 1345. 333-tf.
THE Subscriber is located for the pres'f ;
the store of Mr Wm. Bow, two doors w t!.e
Capo Fear Bank, where he efiers for f',-- the few
goods he saved fiom ttie late tire, viz: C t.iT-'e Tea,
Madeira, Sherry, ar d Sweet Mi-lia -.ce; Prin
cipe Segars; Citron; Dos'-m Crtc'-.jT, mj'.i;
Shot; Shovels; Spades, and a f-w Goods.
I hope my friends lhat arc In I' jfii n'anv of the.
above, will pi ve me a call. W. PRIOR.
June SP, 1815. 3J1-I1
man Tin t t m