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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT 0 STATES AS IT IS TO INDIVIDUALS; AND THE GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTY Or ITS CITIZEKI
BV Wtt H BAYNE
terms of the norti cArolinian :
per annum, if paid in advance, t2 50
if paid at the end of six months 3 l0
at the end of the year 3 5a
Rates of Advertising :
fenty cents per square for 'he first, and thirty cents
for each subsequent insertion
Advertising bv th year .vill be charged according
to th? quantity of matter inserted.
Court a lveMnnnta, &o, 95 per cent higher.
TTF EM N I tT
Against loss or damage by 1 ire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
CAPITAL $lO 5 ,000.
0Jlce in Grand near First Street, mlhamt
ftttrr, opposite the City ofXeto York.
Agency Office, Well Building, 62 fPaZZ
Andrew (J. B:n edi;
Frederick W. Favre,
Jeremi ih Johnson,
Abr'm T. Boskerck,
Sa.nl tl. Clapp,
Chus. O. Handy,
Nicholas Wyckon r KMI ARDSON, Prcs't.
W ASHINGTON POST, Aent, New ork.
THIS Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company,
hivin- b -e i incorporated by an act of the Legisla
te nfthc State of New York for the purposes
of Fire Entrance, the Directors ofler to Insdre their
f.-llow-citiz;i!i ih-O'iiiout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
On B .iid.nss, Go . 1-and Merchandise, and Per
tiil Property ir-nerallv. assurm? "hem that the
Uhirs of the C ,m;any. sbaU be conducted w.th
H.,-hfairne-,can lorand liberality a they trust
wifl entitle it lo public conn lence ana patronage.
The Subscriber, A sent for the above Cdm
piny, will give any further information that niay
t j desire I bv those who w:s t- I unre.
JAMES MARTI XE, AecnU
Feb. 8, 1815. 3 1 1 - TT.
SAMUEL J. HINSDALE
BE5S t Inform h s friends and cutomr-rs in Fay
etteville and vicinity, that he cxpCU within the
n x tc i d iys a c-ioer.il assort trient of D:"g.s.
M Jiei.v a, Chemicals, &c, which h will open at
t ie store noxv oecupiei by Mr N-ill MoPberson,
diroetiv opposite hirf o'tl stand.
11.. ii-tft now on hand '"' an i. lee in. were saved
from the fire, and som : wheh arrived by Liibt-.-rtrom
W ilmi n it-.n. to r.ther with a lot 1 of Ohemi
...! ,.0,.iMni-.CilonH,Pi'e Pill, Mass, &c,
brought witii him tVom Ne- 'rk.
JuTv I, IB 15- .
IS now roco.vin- In summer supply of UU b
wbicl. has ',e. purel.as.etl hj the package at tU
laic .l:s at the North, among Inch are
Superfine London Cloths and Cass.mr-rcs,
Fresh Liwns arid D'apers;
B ack and colored Sidis,
liiUori ncs and Printed Lawns,
Slate Pousses, vr-ry cheap, .jj, ,
llleaehM and brown Do i.-st.cs, Irom 3 4 to 12-4
C Heo and Gin ihani;
Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Laces, F.diin", and Uui 'lings,
4- 1 B.jbi ne'ts, new style,
l'.t,-!Mrtt B.irretie Scarfs,
:0-I elegant Si'k Sh.iwl.
lire-is -d Silk Hanrtk. rch'.elV, aborted
Ln an I Lttfrn Camb.fe Handkerchp f3,
With many .thcr ariielo, nil of h'ch aie oftered
..'.comm.nlv l.wforCah, or to
t.M.iT- oi th ii.4ii.il I'm -. Call at No. 2, LltLU
Jim- 7.J: jj5-
( HA VK onoved the port ion of my iroods saved
fro nthe Fir-,tolbcbr c' !-bre, f "tof i layimuint,
lately nernpied bv Mr Hamilton xVlitche'l, and one
do.r-a.t of. Mr Georje McNeill, wheiel shall b.
plai-d to !! inv friend and c'i-toniera, as lam
d.termi d to .1 -e off my ool at LOW Prices.
AH persons having claims arain-t m-, will
please prrs..nt th in for payment, and all ind-bted
to in whose nott-s arid ccoirifts are due, will, I
trut. se-the n-c :ssity of paving op without further
dini- JOHN D. STARR-
J .t ie 25, I3l, 331-y
BOOTS & SHOES !!
j nouncestohi f'riem; and the pub-
WSSVti be in qem ral that lie has opened
hi shop on llav street; opp'osifc
to Mr George McNeill; where he is prepared to
make to order or repair line and course BOOTS
and SHOES, both for gentlemen and ladies, in thp
most approved and moc'ern styles. He assures
s.ieh as will favor linn with theircu-tom, that he
will warrant his work to be done in the best style,
by the best workmen, and ofthe best materials dint
can be procured. He f cl confi i-nt t int any
.vork pasinout of his hands cannot he surpassed
by any domfhere or elsewhere, and he hopes by
business and a studious effort
not onv iti -merit but receive a fair share
3 3')-1 v.
June 17,18 15.
The subscriber, during his absence, requests all
persons indebted to him t make payment to Mr
T. S. Lutterloh, who is fully authorized to giv re
ceipts. C. LUTTERLOH.
July 19, 1845. if.
"7" HENRY'S MAGNESIA,
Sctdliti Powders, Beckwilb's Pills, Cologne Wa
ter, Shaving Soap, Peters' Pills, Blue Pills, Indeli
ble Ink, superior London Mustard, Starch, Nnt
mep. Cloven, Mace, &c, together with ti choice
and well selected assortmenlof genuine Drugs and
Medicines (or 8a,e b g j uiSDALE,
July 19, 1345.-334-tf. Druggist.
TOTeaSE OR RENT,
The BRICK YA
. . , , r Known as me unnea
riaie xricn. i ara, with case
ano a large
Ilty oi ciay mrowu up already for monldin
piy soon io
W. G. MATTHEWS.
July 19, 184S.
WOULD beg Icavo to inform his customers and
the public in general, that having saved a large
portion of his stock of GOODS at the recem fire,
he has re-opened neit door west of the Post Office,
(Wagon Yard Building,) where he intends con
tinuing business on the same terras as heretofore.
Jan2l, U45. 330-y.
Gardner & BdcKetlianj
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
their style of Work, and have now on hand a G-N
ER AL ASSORTMENT, consisiing of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggdnsj &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, wotild do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
Ifavinff in our employ firt rate Smiths, we are
prepared to do any Iron worK in the aoove line on
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful workmanrhip and materials, for one year.
ft J REPAIRING faithfullv executed at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
Favetteville, February 3, 1845. T-
" summer Hats.
Just received from New York an assortmenl of
fine rlriihli am tin" hntn Le?liom Mats, ana
about 50 dozen Palm Leaf Hats, fbr sale low by
JONES & DUNN.
April 19, 1845. 320-tf.
TO THE PUBLIC,
THE Subscrib-r has just received Irom Neit'
York in addition to his former stock, fksh
i....al.ii fii'tftnK f.ir ladies' and went enien's wear.
Also, Panama, Leghorn; and Falm
Leaf HATS :
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonn-t Si!ks; brown arid
bleached Shcctin? ; Linen 5 4 and 0-4 ; fine Irish
r .. rwl T.(,n.. t;:iwn- nlTlblft H 3 II d i Til h I e fS i
1 1 . 1 1 .,.. - ' . . - - - - - j
ivn I O ! ...... I n r . r ..... i . ii i L' .
common uo nne ivio uiuvca, on i.
May 24, 1815. 326-3m.
TAKEN UP aud cornmiited
to the Jail ol Cumberlaiu! county,
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of January, 1S45, a ne?ro man
wliosaysbi name is SIMON,
and says that he cn. sold in
of Mclvf nf ie, and ivas carriet) to Alabama or teor
ia anrl there left his master- Said neirro wj,3 for
riicrlv the property of Benjamin rj;is of Camdrn,
S. C. and was taken trom this lce last February
bj'MrGass. Sa'itl nero i 3 about 5 feet 4 inch' s
hih, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
agf. The ownVr of said negro is hereby notified
to co ne forward, prove property, pry charzes, and
take liim away, or he vill be dea.lt wi!l,i accortin
to law. " V. L. CALL AIS, Jaiior.
Jan. 2D, 1815; 3l0-tf.
Anil Sojoiiruersin Fay ctt c villi-
MRS. E. SMITH is til I prepared to enter
tain Gentlemen, and Ladies travelling tbroiH'lio'r
sojouftiin'r In Fayetf t vi;!e. VI. -r table is always
as good as the market afioids. She has good sta
bles and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so w II known that it needs no de
scription. No exertions will be s,- a red to give
Since the late d-strueiive fir" h';ch de-t roved
the Hotel, she has enlarged her iWeans of atcomrrfo
dation by rrntJii" the" boose directly opposite,
where she has several good .iry rooms, for sleep
Feb. I, 1815. 3l-!f-
VIJUI KCli'i- ' ' ' ....... - J '
LA N K S .
HAVING lol all our blanks, probably over 10D
dollars' worth, in the fiie, we have been replacing
them as fast as we can, since, and have now ready
i'r sale ni m unronnran
Fas. Co. or Sni. Ct.,
State Wiit Subpccnas,
Orders of Sale,
OLD RYE WHISKEY J
ON Consiirnnv nt and for suie, tin barrels OL1J
RYE WHISKEY, pure arid decidedly the BES V
that has been in this frt'aikct in ten years. Apply
lo C. J. OrtRELL.
July 13, 1845. 334-3w.
A GENERAL assortment ofGOODS, purchased
since the lire; fur sa!e CHEAP, by
Ju'y 26. 1S45.
BY Virtue of n Deed of TruM made by Drfvid
Shaw to secure a debt due to Ed. G. Faile & Co. of
X-.. ... "V-...1, t. : n . .r..j
luouwiu r r'lj'ef i v id uuuiiru iui
sale ; and un ess sold at priv.ite sale" before the first
t i - o . i . . . . . . , , ,
iiionuny in ocucniuer nexi, u win De soiu ai mo
lie Auction in front of thcCourt House to lht high
est bidder, to wit :
1 st. The Lot and StorR Housp
at present occupied by Daid Shaw, on the North
c ti .. l,.in. in fi c : .. r . i
side t. rtrsun encti, m .i. j noni ano
running back to Old street.
2d. The Lot and 1) welling
1 1 .. kaMin Mr Shaw now resides, on tl
west side of Cold Spnng street, bt-in4 S feet front
and running back about M O feet.
The property may e cxamincu oy trailing on
Mr David Shaw on the premises, or on tho sub-
scriber. , ,
A liberal credit will be given ana n ue K.iown
at the time of sale., GEO. WM
Fayetteville, July 25, 1845. 335-ts.
-ti i :i i i...t hid inre house and
most of his goods by the late fire, has removed tor
ihe present to the new brick store occupied by
ti en ry Lilly, where his notes ana cwhh u-j
be found. All persons indebtedto him a rs earnestly
requested to come forward and settle np I heir res
pective dues, as he is -very anxious to close up his
old business before commencing again.
Jtfn21, 1845.8 E.J.LILLY,
n1 Ml' i i ii m
State of North Carolina Cumbcf land couuty.
Court of 1 leas $ Quarter StSsidAs June
Joseph Stewdrt and wife Winncfied, Calvin Avera.
tl al. vs. Richard Ryalls, et al.
Petition for division of slaves beIonn'n to Estate
oi inciiaru iyaus. deceased.
TT" a nnAfi rt fi er tn Ka i2 r....: r .1
- - i .lun-iatuoil ni tuuit
that J. ffcrson Spe d, David Speed, Richard Ryal!f,
Lovit Ryalls, WilliamTurnipserrland wife Edith,
and the distributees of Elizabeth Moore deceased,
ncirs i lawm x.iciiaro Kyalla, 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 ISorlh Car,o!i-
""'" "'-wspaper puousned in the town of raj -
ettcville. for sir sin fpi a t.,r.r.h- r. : U
to appear before the Justices of our said Court, at
-wuniuuu u-:iu ior eaiu count v at the iJouri
House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in Sep
tember next, and then and there shew cause, if
any they have, why the prayer of the petitioners
should not be granted, or the same will be taken
pro confessoand beard cxparte as to them.
Witness John McLam in, Clerk of our Miid Court
at Ofiicf in Fayetteville, the first Monday in
June, A. D., 1S45, and 69th of American Inde
pendence, j. McLAURIN.
July 19, 1845334 6t. prr adv. S3 25.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship, under th firm of
H. W. Beatty & Co.,
For the transaction of
A General Commission Business
In the Town of Wilmington, JV. C.
They will give particular attention to the sale
ol 1 i inner, Lumber, and Naval Stores ; the receiv
ing and forwarding goods, and the sale and pur
chase of good for the hark country.
THey wodld respectfully solicit a nbrtiori of nub-
lie patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisiactlon. 11. W. BEATTY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
July 19, 1 3 1 3. 334 - tf.
. BIR SOAP
rI IHE subsiuiber offers for sale OE HUN
JL DRED BOXES OP P. AH SO a p m-n.,r.
lured at the "Fayetteville N.C.)Canile Factory,"
oo warriiiiii'a c quai n no: superior lo Colgate'
best No. I .
Bel ii determined to dvnt all npcuaaiw iiion
tiun tothe business, and off ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pound bv the box,) he hopes to
icueive a cue snare oi poiuic patronage. x
!Cf All orders thankfully received and prempt
ly attended to.
' W. MeL. McKAT.
Fayetteville, May 24.S44
100,000 Acres Valuable"
THE Subscriber has purchased aM the LANDS
belonging to tlie Kttate of Abram Dubois, dee'd
lyniir principally in Robeson county, and on bot
sides of Lumber River, the different stiri-eys con
taming over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES; a la rire pert finely Timbered, and con
veiiient to Lumber River, vherc a large quantity
of Timber is now railed to the Georgetown mar
ket. These lands are very valuable both" for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a large
partis well suited, being in a region where the
turpentine yields more abundantly than any othe
section ofthe State. The Lands will be sold at
low price, and in q ian ities to suit onrchascrs.
Information respecting the title can be obtained
by applying to the lion. Robert Strang, James C
Ur.bbin, lsq., A A 1" Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby given, that
the law will be enforced against all such offenders.
Application" for any part of the Lands ccn be
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
March 1, 1845. 314-tf.
Fayetteville, N. C.
Doctors CAMERON &MALLETT may, for
the present, be found at t he office of AJ r Thos. L.
Hybait, a few doors south of the Court House.
June 21, 1845.
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser-
vices as turtle taker and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to conttact for buildirg or jobbirg.
Persons indebted tn the subscriber cither by note
or booi 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 fo'un'd at the ?tofe re6ent!y oc
cupied by Mr James Baker.
June 21. t845. 330-tf.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The "Weekly Pennsylvanian," printed on a
double mejium slteet, and containing the principal
political, literary 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 expired, unless
CJ" Remittances. The limitation of the
frankin" privilege ofthe postmasters by the new
law having cut offthe usual mode of transmitting
subscriptions to papers, the Postmaster General
has made the following substitute for that great
convenience to both the public and the prss :
"Money for newspaper subscriptions not ex
ceeding S'O in each case, may be paid to a post
inasterfor the purpose of beine paid to the publish
er of a newspaper at any other office. The post
master is, in such a case, to give to the person
paying the moneys receipt therefor, and to ad
vise lorthwith 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 bimself therewith in his ac
count of contingent expenses."
Where application cannol conveniently be made
to a postmaster, and more than one subscription is
contained in the letter, we are willing to incur th"
postage, provided the writer takes care that its
weight does not exceed the half once to which "in
gle postages arc limited under the new law which
commences on the first of July.
AUGUST 16, IS45.
-f-A TmrOULD respeclfui-
wV ly inform the citizen
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, that He has taken
the st 1 nd recently deedpied
by E.J.Clark, ori ail.ni.
tSlreet,5 doors South of the
larkei square, where he will
startly on hand an assortment of
Midiuiiaciure and keep con.
amu SHEET IRON WARE.
persons w,shin? to purchase would do well to
i and examine h . .
here.as hem i Uiot.: i. i c
oil.-., z . o.ih.-uio eii as t iieap as any
ol-r inanufacturer-iii llio State;
Rnow vp ?" ""te'j new patter h.
HOOFING done in th l-.,.r Ji. i
manner. Al.o GUrTFlVf V
A I -r , r . ' "
iu. 1 4 , i an.
A; M. CAMPBfiLL
ti . . "
oaring oeen appointed
A XTCTH IV R w 1
T"1! nrFay-Uri" i prepared to attend
him g0d3 Wlutfa ma- b" etrustd to
tem.endSirmentS br"? fco J
April 19, 1845.
II li;',J"i received the new
8'yi- f XlAT BLCKS, and
now finishing Gent ernori's super-fine
FUR ANT STL itfSc.
rr hi vl' j . . ... .
' " UilXUt
A J fir rrnamarJ U. I ? I
V.,; q-i d 3 r ,urr,va,s. ffreat variety of
ni? V E t nam!' LeShorn, and Palm Leaf Hats,
all of which have been purchased on such terms
to enab! trin fn !! o nr.- a n " 'erm8
-v. ' J vuiiar.
May ,7, ,845.-323-tf. GEE'
FOB MALF --iONE Uri.Torm corn"
lUn4 pIete Lr the Rifle
Corps. Apply at Ibis Office.
Fire IProof JHJ6fs.
THE undersigned is roady to contract for (he cov
ering of roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
zinc, and wi,! execute promptly any work hi mat
contract for, and for small profits.
June 21, 1S15. 33D-tf. F.T.WARD
CS. Grcsoiy"&. Co. 31ri7agcrs.
A L EX AN DUI A LOTTERY,
Class 34, for 1S45;
To be drawn in Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
August 23, 1845.
30,000 Dollars! 10,000 Dollars!
5,000 Dollars ! 3,000 Dollars !
,500 Dollars! 1,017 Dollars !
100 Prizes of 1,000 dollars!
&C. &.C. &c
Tickets 810' -Ha.'ves S5-- Qtiarters S2 50
Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets $130
Clais 35 for 1S45.
To be drawn at Alexandria, 13. C, on Saturday
Auj ist 30, 1815.
BRILLIANT SCHEME !
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.
Ticket gl 0 Halves S3 Quarters S2 50.
Ccriifid;ttes of Packages ofi& who'e tickets,
Do do 2S half do 70
Do do 26 quarter do 35
MOST SPLENDID !
' ?fia(D(H)(D 3 8 3 . "
S25,000 ! S15.000 !
Class A, for 1845.
Tobedrayvn at Alexandria, D. C, on Saturday
27th September, 1845.
78 Number Lottery 13 Drawn Ballot
1 Grnnd Capital of 75,000
1 Splendid Prize of . 25,0r)0
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 6000
1 do 5.000
1 do ' 4,000
1 do 2,347
5 Prizes of 2,500
10 do 2,000
30 do 1,750
20 do 1,600
50 do !,OO0
170 do 500
Beside prizes of $100 ! g250 !
&c. &c. &c.
Whol Tickets S20 Half Si 0 Quarter Sj
Eighth 82 50.
Certificates of packages of 26 whole tickets 3260
Do do S6 half do 130
Do do '26 quarter do 65
Do do 26 eighth 32 50
Orders fi.r Tickets and Shares and Certificates of
Packages in the above Splendid Lolleries will re
ceive tbc most prompt attention, and an oflic at t
count of each drawing sent immediately after t is
over to all who order from us. Adire.,
tT a ffrcgory St C., famagr.
Washington City, D. C
M O TICE.
THE Subscribers take this o. poitnnitv btrelurn
in ibeir warmest thanks to iheir friend's and pa
trons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage :b. stowed upon them; also for the kind
sjmpuhie manifested to Uk-im in the late calamity
la the destruction of tbvir entire Stock of Goods
on the niorning of the 19th inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord., and Mr G A
Sthwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in giving them notice, and others in the siyronhd
ing neighborhood of the fire, by the discharge of
cannon. Ilai-iiiii ooenrd the Store nrailv
i'e; tilev hnne snAn tn rpciiiiip Kiiainpoa ami u-milrl
must resprct. full v solicit the patronage of their friends
ai-u mc puuuc, anu snail hope to merit n share ot
luuiic pairoi.age. x hey have on hand intln ir
Crehoiise. S:ilt Imn tnUice Suir ir fimilHc'
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, 6 superior WroiJglit
Iron .Mill Cranks. Also, Anvil?, Vises, Trace
Chains; arid Heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damnoed in the fire, all of which ihey will soli low
'or Cash or Produce, They would "also earnestly
request all those indebtt d In thrm bv nolo f r fit.
coun lo make immediate payment, as it will enable
t'ltra to close their lnrmer business nnd reconi
mence.and hope those indebted will take the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. 11. & J. Al AIITIN E.
Varsh I, ISIj. 314-tf.
They have just received, bale supeiior Br"dport 3
.1. C. : "T...: c.. t . i - V 4-
imj u' ihu i nine, . iuiim oifam rucking i arn,
Manilla, Seine, and Raft Hope, I hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls.Trair. Od, 300 galls.
L,ineed Oil, hiitemore's real Cotton Card?,
Coffee Mills, cast good Wnon and Cart Boxes,
250 vross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
iron. ,wuu a small assortment ol Kwi des and r. po
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
MAMi & MAlLdL
WOULD in iorm the pub'ic 1 hat they hav
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J&RM Orrell, and
known as the Yellow Buildings. Having largely
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements in the vay of trad1,
ihat will be to the Interest of purchasers generally
to give them a call. Their stock will consist in
10 Tonn Suedes and English Iron,
fr0 lbs. Ca.t, Blister, and Garman Steel.
500 Ps. Hollow Ware,
500 lbs. Eur Lead,
40 Bugs Shot, assorted,
1 5 Kegs Potvdrr,
300 lbs." Epsom Suits,
300 lbs. Alum, .
100 lbs. Borax.
1500 lbs. Copperas;
150 lbs Indigo,
1 Cask Salaratus.
50 sides sole Leather,
75 Bags Rio Coffee,
10 Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar,
1000 ibs. single and double rertnsd and Coffee
300 sacks . Liverpool Suit,
500 b'ushels Alum do.
Wagon Boxes, Bellows, Vices, Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Uurry Comb, foffket Cutlery, Patent Medi
cines, Hadlock's Syrup and Powders, Cassia,
camphor, castor um, i'ainls, futty, Drugs, &e.&c,
rjppt. 14, is-11. 290
JONES & JUUITON
TTNFORM their customers and friends that thry
JU. are now receiving their Spring and Summer
STOCK OF GOODS ;
And as most of them liftve been bought from the
manufacturers rind importers, they will be offered
loyv. Call and sr-e. 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 fhrm as low as any house
in the place. We return our thanks to our old
friends, and assure them no pain's or rxertions on
our parttKaUbc spared to srive general satisfaction
as heretofore. We have now on hand (all fresh
and in rood order,)
Rio and Cuba Coffee ; Porto Rico. N-w Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas, Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Rice, Candle, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&LC. &c. &c.
STAPLE $ F.I.VCF DRY GOODS.
Among which are 150 pieces Calicni;, (some
very fiueand really beautiful prims,) Victoria Al
patca?. plftjn and figured; Muslin d'Lane-; Ging
hams; Irish Linen; Ln'en and cotton Drill; Linen
and cotton, checked and striped Di ill ; Nankeen ;
due, whi'e, and colored Jeans Jacon l ; Book,
Cioss-barrd, a.yd figured Muslins; B'd Tickin ;
Apron Check"; colored Cambricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose and half Hose ; . linen, silk, and
cotton G!ovf; silk and cotton, pocket and dress
Handkerchief, a gr'at vari'-fy: fancy Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Edging ;
fine, hnir, sfde. and reading Combs; bleached and
unbleached Domrs'ics ; Broad Cloths ; Sattincts;
Kentucky Jeans, cc. Ate. Florence, fine straw,
silk, willow and other Bonm ts of ihe la'eet styles ;
a rplendid assortment ofartificial Sowers. AIo,
a good assortment Slippers; Morocco and leather
."shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hats, &c. &c.
Etardwar6 Ci Cutlery-
Trace and halter Chains; Hos; ai?s; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britarmid, and ron
tea and table Spoon; Razors ; run, stock, closet,
chest, and pad Locks ; SHeap Shear; Drawing
Knives ; cutting Knivrs; corn and grass Scythes;
Gimblets; Latches and Bolt?; Brads; Tacks. & &c.
NOW 1ST STORE,
5 Hbds. prime Porto Rco Sugar.
3 do do New Oceans do.
30 Bags reen Rio C-fT e,
4 HhdsT Molasses, a prime a iticf.
S00O Lbs. prime com -fed Bacon,
10C0 Lbs. wbito Lard, in firkins,
15 Bbls Whiskey, .
5 do. Old Pearh Brandy,
2 do. N- E. Rm,
50 Sacks Liverpool Salt, at our old stand, foot
April 19, 1845. SJLtf.
Just ReceiVgd on Consignment,
- American Brandy, ,
40 bote No. 1 Soap.
Marcn 15, 1841, 8t.tf
Volume G Number 338
Persons indebted to the
S"b.fc,ri.bfr w?a!d confer an -
t-r- '"b oy ca un and sct-
tling immediattJy, His recent calamity, he hopes
will be suflit ienfinducmei.i. y
R- W. HARD1E.
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscriber, having witnessed the very
siiceessful operation of HOTCHKISS'S VERT I
WATER WHEELS, at Arch.baid GraSni'.
Mill ,n Faytteyille, in May and Jon last, w.r"
rfNnwK V P"?:,,w "I Ri entire Su o
of North Carolina, and now offer individual Riob 9
for sale on very reasonable terms. They hav?
now or, hand Srtenlrrn full t of Whecb an
have made arrangements to keep a con.f.n? p
States, there are already twelve sows in luSenM
operation in this State, and ai-bt other, in
these T hetis hale been witnessed by hund?U
citizens of this State, tb tin.Wa! Lbhlt! '
And yvc desire all H ho may fiel MgJ
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd OriS
Col Ale'r Murrhison, Christopher A lr A
Williams. Arch'd McLaurin. J. McdII?S il
Cade, Mrs.EffyMcFadyen, in ihH CoJSv
John C. McLaurin, n Richmond Couniy -M P '
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and jfjTy
ampsbn County la each of whom weJRcf r
Wl e, " ' f rat,iti', TWon of tZ
Persons who apply tlMn fi,r Ris,Js can hava
them put up by vrorkimn who have been in.i! f .
d by Mr Hotcl.ki-s himself. ,ns,,ruct-
The Proprietoia of the right of this Whl ti
State of North Carolina, h.-T. rLrtdtMiii1
ing ceitificate: ioiiow-
bumberland and State Vf Nortlf C.oJin. T 7
been engaged in the manufaeiure off ., nav,n
ny years, feel fully warranted in BS"h!frj?f
kiss. VERTICAL WATER WiTeElJ T i
their appendagrs, are worthy oftl.epatronaofsli
mill owners, and that we ha vo fui confidence in
their superiority ; '-..t ihe value of Mills wifl be
very much enhanced by ,hcr fnlw.TuXi. ThrJ
are more durable, and easier kept in order wf. J
wTC'.r l?,Vhrr t,,an h cotBSoipruiiVr
Wheel: ihey w.ll save at least cne-third ofth
water, and run well ,n back water when there ii
a head above The speed of the Saw is "ncre,d
fr,m bne-ha: rokes per mlnJe.
DUNCAN M UN ROE
C. P. MALLETT. '
THOM4SC(. SmFtH COUnt-V')
on the day brfo,Vr,,C
Quarter Boards; makes 240 IS 1 U 'nch
that one-halfof thblktkr YsLlrH "a " "W'
by recommending ilBmdlJunt l,d conc,udr-'
Other certificates which Ii ' owners,
vy .11 be published beefier l"vnlM
ROBERT A. STIIAUT
m. M.m JL
1J AS removed in th Sf.,. r
CCntlv oeenr,; kVI VC"n "
, r- j i. naw ey and ncailv
?ffi".li,bVcr,pf,,r Baok' wbw c pp y
Ihe wants of all his rutlip ;., ti,. KP '
DRY GOODS AND GROCPrv i mp
w w Ulll (J.
ALSO, a choice mmi.lv nr r :
tnd Wine.. " ' '-"lu
AprHW.8.' Mt3"1'Z" Wi'--
Tftt" nV.y..: k.. r I- .1 i ..i r.. .i
- " u.uiui i i a iniij iiiaiiHiui wr mc very
liberal p?trnage he has received from the citizens
of Fayetteville, and Ihe public generally; and as
his terms of hiring Horsrs aud conveyances, and
boarding hor'es, are very moderate, he most re
spectfully solicits a continuance of pationage.
His terms of hiring are as usual, except those
who hire aorm ior conveyances and damage them
by unfair management, are required to pay lbs
damage. T. J. MIMS, Agt.
jCy Those who are iidebtd to me previous to
the first of April laat, III savo cost by making
n . . f K,r..a lh 9ltlh nmt . A .1 1 J . .
Kajuicn - - -. bku iuuic inaeoraa
since that time will do me a favor by settling their
w " J VCILIIIIg
respecfire dues, as in coeserjuence ofthe blh p
oflforse food, it is hard work forme to k
soul ana roav logciosr.
July 12. 1845.
I WISH to sell my land lying on Big Kockflsn,'
being about S000 acres of'good turpentine land;
with a good stream for carrying ;t to market', navi
gable at any time while there is wefr enough for
boats to run between Fayetteville and Wilming
ton. Title indisputable.
July !!, 1845. 333-tf.
THE Sabscrlbcr is located forth present, at
the store of Mr Wm. Bow, two doors below the
Capo Fear Bsnk, where he offers for fsI tho few
foods he saved from tha late fire, viz: Cont-e, Tea,
Madeira, Sherry, ar.d Sweet Mi la ga Wines; Pun
dpeSegars; Citron; Bost.n Crackers; Powder;
Shot; Shovels: Spades, snd frw Dry Goods.
I hop ray friends that are in want of soy ofthe
above, will jive mi a cU. W. PRIOR.
June 29, 1945. 33M"