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'W1' 1 ''. fV 1
CHARACTER IS AS IMFORTART TO STATES AS IT IS TO INDIVIDUALS; AND THE GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTY OF IT CITEK.
BY WM II BAYXE
TRMS OF TliE NORTH CAROLINIAN I
h.. -r.n.itri. if nnid in advance. $2 50
if paid at the end of six months
at the end of the year. .
Kates of Advertising :
Sixty cents per sqi.tre for the fir', an 1 thirty cents
for each subsequent insertion.
Advertising by the year will be charged according
to tho quantity of matter inserted.
Cjart a Jvcrth jin-nta, &c, 25 per cent higher.
.TOTe m Ni f y
Affaiast loss or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
CAPITAL. S 105,000.
Office in Grand near First Street, Williams
bdrg, opposite the City of" .Yew York.
A?Uci Office, Wells Building, 62 Wall st.,
Christian ZabrUkie. Abt'm T. Boskertk,
Andrew C. Benedict, Francis Stemhetl,
Frederick W. Favre, Sam I It. Clapp,
Jerouii .h Johnson, Jnli.i Lessen,
Chas. O. Handy,
LEVI UK I.
., n. c m I lIonoES.Sec'rv.
WASHINGTON P JST, Agent, New York.
THE Willi i incurs Fire Insurance Company,
fnvin t b.en i no.rjir.tG.J by an net of th-? Legisla
ture of the State of New York, for the purposes
(.f Fire Imu ranee, the Directors ofier to insure their
f-llo'.v-citi4nsi ihro-ihout the United States
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
(In B ii!din"9. Go ! and Merchandise, and Per
ont Property "nnt.-r.iUy, assuring them that the
atriirs of the Company, shall be conducted with
neb fairness, can. lor and liberality a tliy trust
will eolith it to public confidence ana patronage.
The S ihscriher, Ajeut for the above Com
pany, will give any further in'orniation that may
oe JejiroJ by those who wish to I istire.
JAMES MAR TINE, Agent,
Feb. 8, 1313. 311 -If.
SAMUEL J. HINSDALE
BE 35 t inform lis friends and customers in Fay
etteville and vicinity, that he exr c'.s within the
ii'-xf tc.i diya a ".-.neral assortment of Drgs.
Medicines, Chemicals, Stc , w hi. h h will open at
thestorc now occupied by Mr N .-ill MoPherson,
dincUV opposite his old stand.
He his now on hand such a:ii les as were saved
from the tire, and om : which arrived by Inst Li alit
or troin Wilmington, together with a lot ot Cbemi
tt'a, as a iin ne. Cloinol, Bh.e Pill, Mass, &e.,
brought with him from New York.
July I, 1815. 332-tf
' JAMBS KYLo
IS now receiving his summer sup;dy ol UUUL'.,
vviiich has been purchased b) tho package at the
late sates at the North, amon; which arc
Sapertine London Cloths and Cassimeres,
Fresh Lawns and Diapers,
B aek and colored Siiks,
lialiorines and Printed Lawns,
Slate Pong-cs, very cheap,
li.ca. h'dand brown Dom :al:CS, from 3 4 to 12-4
C tlico and Gln:ihim;
Silk n 1 Cotton Handkerchiefs,
L. cos, Kd.Jns and U.ui lings,
4-1 Boh I nets, new style,
Flc:jnt felai ri pe Scarfs,
J'j-4 elegant Si!k Shawls
IJcssrd Silk Handkerchief, assorted,
La n and Linen Cambric Handkerchi fs,
With many other articles, all of which me offered
uncommonly I iw tor Cash, r to Punctual C us
MniT" on III-.- iisinl tun Call at No. 2, LIBLR
Jnn 17. !Sl."..
e i- i im i
I it A w. -noi-f rt tiif ooriion ot mv "oods savo
fro ii the Fire, to the brick More, f't o I laymounf,
lately occupied hv Mr Hamilton Mitchell, undone
lour eait of Mr George McNeill, wheie 1 shall hi
pleas -d to icn mv f lends an I c i-.t-.mers, ax I am
tletcrmi d t. il se nffinv goods at LOW Prices.
AM puts'ins having claims ngain-t ni", will
plcise present th ;m for payment, and all indebted
to in whoso notes and accounts are due, will, I
trust, se tbo n -c aitv of paving up without further
delay ' JOHN D. STARR.
June 25, 1 S 4 . . 331-y.
LIIva uoscriuer an
nounces to his friends and the pub
lic in qeiif-ral that he has opened
his shop on Hay street, opposite
t Mr George McNcdi's, where lie l? prvpured to
make to eo-d -r or repair fine and coarse BOOTS
and SHOES, both for gentlemen and ladies, in the
most approv.-d and inot't rn styles. He assures
a ich as w ill fuvur Inni w ith their custom, 'hat he
will warrant his work to he done in the bfrst style,
by the beat workmen, and ofthebet materials that
can ba procured. He feci- confi J nt t tat any
worn passinjout ofhis hands cannot besurpasscd
by any done here or else whore, and he hopes by
close application to business and a studious effort
to please, not only to mciit but receive a fair share
of puhliv patronage.
June 17, 1315. 3 31-1 v.
NOT f C E .
The subscriber, during his abteencc, itquests all
persons indebted to him t make payment to Mr
T. S. Luiterloh, vho is fully authorized to give re-cP's-
July 19, 1S45. tf.
t HENRY'S MAGNESIA,
Seidhtz Powders, Beck with' Pills, Cologne Wa
tor, &havinZ Soi.p, Peicrs' Pills, Blue Pills, Indeli
hla ink superior London Mustard, Starch. Nut.
mrps.C oves, MaCe,&c, together with a choice
and well selected ; assortmenrof genuine Drugsand
mjX"1 la'."'' 3.,, s- H1Jisg;,,
WOULD beg leave to inform his customers and
th public in general, that having saved a lare
portion of his stock of GOODS at the recent fire
he has re-opened neat door west of the Post Office'
(Waon Yard Building,) where he intends con
tinuing business on thef same terms as heretofore
JNO. D.WILLIAMS. "
Jane21, 1845. 330-y.
A GENERAL assortment of GOODS, purchased
nce the fire, for sale CHEAP, by
. geo. McNeill.
Jo'y 26, 1815.
Gardner Cl TCcSetliani
HAVE lately made considerable improvement In
their style of Work, and have now on hand a Q-N
LgAL ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
GigSj Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any made ii the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as wc have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved riotcs:
Ilav'ms in our employ first rate Sml'hs, we are
prepared to do any Iron work in the above line on
moderate terms. .
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful workminrhip and materials, for one year.
ICZF" REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable teini3.
Faycttovdle, Febiuary 8, 1345. Y-
Just received from New York an assnrtinenl ol
fine doubla and single brim Leghorn Hats, and
about S'J doz n Palm Leaf Hats, for sale low by
JONES & DUNN.
April 19, 1843. 320-tf.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE Subscnb-r has just received from New
York in addition to his former Stock, fash
ionablc GOODS far ladies' and gentlemen's wear.
Also, Panama, Leghorn, arid Palm
Fashionable Bonnets and Bonnet Silks; brown and
bleached Sheeting ; Linen 5 4 and 6-4 ; fine Irish
Linen and L'n i Lawns; Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Silk do.; heavy Russia Oanabnrgs, for servants;
common do.: fine Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts do.
May 24, 1845. 32G-3m.
TAKEN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, the 2Cth day
of January, 1345, a nrro man
who snys liis name is SIMON,
and says that h' was sold in
Charleston o a man by the name
of McKenzie, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his master. Said negro Wha for
merly the property of Benjamin Gass of Camden,
S. C. and ys taken from this place last February
by Mr Gass. Said noro is about 5 feet 4 inches
hih, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
a?e. 'fhc owner of said negro n hereby notified
to come forward, proVc property, pry charges, and
lake him away, or he will be dealt ith according
to law. W. L.CALLAtS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1315. 310-tf-
Ami Sojouniersiii Faycttcville
MRS. K. SMITH is still prcpartd t mer
tam Gntlemcn and Ladies travelling tbrotih or
sojourning in Fayetteville. 11. r table is always
as good as the market afioid-i. She has gooil sta
bl8 and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so well known that it needs no de
scription. No exertions will be s; a red to give
Since the late d -struetive fir v h'ch de'troyed
the Hotel, she has enlarged her means of accommo
dation by renting the Ii-misc directly opposite,
where she has several good airy rooms, for sleep
Feb. 1, 1845. 3lu-tf.
HAVING lost all OUr blanks, probably over lOf)
dollars' worth, in the fiie, we have been, replacing
them as fast is we tan, since, and have now ready
(r sale at the Carolinian Office
Fi Fas, Co. or Sup. Ct.,
State Wiit Subpoenas,
Orders of Sale,
For sale bv
J. R E
2, 1845. 336-41.
BY Virtue of a Deed f Tru-t made by David
Shiw to settfre a debt due to Ed. G. Fade& Co. of
Nt-w Yotk. the (browing Property is offered for
sale ; and tin ess sold at private sale before tne fiist
Monday in September next, it will be sold at Pub
lic Auction in front of the Court House to the high
est bidder, to wit ;
Isti The Lot and Store House
at present occupied fcy David Shaw, on the North
side of Person street j being iO ft. 5 in. front and
tinning back to OKI street.
2d. The Lot and Dwelling
House whereon Mr rhaw now resides, on the
west side of Cold Soi ing street, bcin 79 feci front
and running back afroift M0 feet.
The property may be examined by calling on
Mr David Shaw on the premises, or on the sub
A liberal credit will be given and made known
at the tfmc of sale. GEO. McNElLL, Aet
.M AT i Mdiv on a w , i rijsu-e.
Fayetteville, July 25, 1845. 335-ta.
Burned out, but not entirely consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! .' :
SADDLER & HARNESS
RETURNS his sincere thanks to the public for the
liberal share of patronage heretofore In-stowed up
on him, and hopes lhat as be row requires a con
tmuance of their custom, to enable him to recover
from the sovere scorching received in the late fire,
it will not be withheld. His friends, and such as
will (please to call at his ahop. on South side of
Person street, next door hot one to ho corner of
Diok, will find a tolerable stock in Jii line, with
the beat workmen, willing and ready to please in
any Job and repairing line, at the shortest notice.
June 28. 1815. 331 -6m.
FA YETTEVItLE, SATURDAY,
State of Jtorth CarolmaCumberland county.
Court of Pleas Quarter Sessions June
Term, 1845. .
Joseph Stewart and wife Winiufied, Calvin Avers,
et at. vs. Richard Ryalls, et al.
Petition for division of slaves belonino to Estate
of Richard Ryails. deceased."
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that Jf-ftrion Speed, David Speed, Richard RyalJz,
Lovit Ryalls, William Turnipsecd and wife Edith,
and the distributees of Elizabeth Moore, deceased,
heirs at law of Richard Ryalls, deceased, are not
inhabitants of this State, and the usual process or
law cannot be served n them, it is therelor order
ed that publication be made in the North Caroli
nian, a new-paper published in the town of Fay1.
euevine, ior six successive weeks, requiring Ibem
to appear before tho Justices of our said Court, at
a Court to be held lor said county at the Court
House in Fayetteville, on the first Mondav in Scd-
tembernext, 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 confesso and heard expar'e ns to Ihem.
Witness, John McLaui in, CJeik of our paid Court
at OfHc' in Fayetteville, the first Monday in
Jurie, A. D., 1845, and 69th of American Inde
pcrf3ece. . J. McLATJRlN.
July 1915334 6t. per adv. S 25.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship. Ujtflder the firm of
H. W. Beatty & Co.,
For the trnnsnolion of
A General Commission Business
In the 1uW7i of Wilmington, .V. C.
They will eivc particular attention to the sale
of Timber, Lumber, and Naval Stores ; the receiv
ing and forwarding goods, and the sale and pur
chase of goods for the bac k country.
They would respectfully solicit a portion of pub
lic patronagf, and pledge their best exertions to
g!va satisfaction. H. W. BEATTY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
Jdly I9.JS45. J 334-tf.
" "" BAR SOAP. "
rjnilB stibsciibrr offers for sale ONE HUN--SL
DRED POXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayette vi!!e (N. C.) Candle Factory,"
ana warranted qital it not superior to Colgate's
best iNo. 1.
Eei ig determined trj devote all necessary atten
tion totbe business,' and oil ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pb'uHd b the box,) he hopes to
iceeite a one snare oi putuic patronage.
All orders IhankfUUy received and prompt
Iy attended to.
W; MtL. McKAY.
F.iyetteviMe, May 24.844
1 00,000 Acres V ii luallc
FOE SAL.E. -
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Dub'iiis, dse'd.,
lying principally in Robeson county, and on boto
sides of Lumber River, th different surveys con
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a large part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large quantity
ol Timber is now railed to the Georgetown' mar
ket. Thege lands are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a lafge
part is well suited, being in a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section oi mc oiaif. i ne Lands will tie sold at a
low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers.'
Iniorniation respecting the titl can be obtained
by applvingto the Hon. Robert Strange, James C
Dobbin, Lsq., A A 1 tsmah, Esq., (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby given, that
the law will foe enforced against all such offenders.
Application for any part of the Lands ccn he
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayefeville, N. C, March I. 1845. 314-tf.
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may, for
the present, be found at the office of Mr Thos. L.
Hvbait, a few doofs south of the Court House.
"June 21, 1845. -
JOSEPH S. DUNN- offers his ser-
vices as u-ide taker and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to contract for buildirg or jobbipg.
Persons indebted To the subscriber cither by note
or boou aecb'iint, will conler a special favor by call
ing and settling the same. lie 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 More recently oc
cupied by Mr James Baker.
June 21, 1845. . 330-tf.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The "Weekly PennsyJvanian," printed ori a
double mctum sheet, and containing the principal
political, literary and news matters of the daily
paper, Philadelphia Prices Current, &c. Is milled
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
1 n rwil -. I .Ua
ry Remittances. x ne nmjiaiion ui iuc
franking privilege of tlio postmasters by the new
law, having cut off the tisfral mode of transmitting
subscriptions to papers the Postmaster General
has made the following substitute for Jhat great
convenience to b'oth the public and the press :
"Money for newsrapcr subscriptions not ex
ceding SIO in each case, may b paid to a post
master for the purpose of being paid to the publish
er of a newspaper at any other office. The post
master is, in such a case, to give to lh"e person
paying the money a receipt therefor, and to ad
vise forthwith the postmaster, who fi 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 onstmaster paving
that amount is to credit himself therewith in hisac
count ol contingent expenses." .
Where applicatiott cannot conveniently be made
to a postmaster, and more than one subscription is
contained in the letter, we are willing to incr the
postage, provided the -writer takes care that its
weight does not exceed the half once to which sin
efe postages are limited under tho new law which
eonrmenecs on the first, of July.
MIFFLIN & PARRY,
; ' Philadelphia
AUGUST 23, 1845.
- w. nrmn it V . r-
V V ly inform the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
getterally, that he has taken
the stmd receritiy occupied
Irr E. J. Clark, on G:lleni.
tStreet,5 doors South of the
MarketSqifafe. wliefeho will
startlv"Tir7:S' ,nan,fnre arid keep con-
p AND SHEET iHfJiir WARE.
caIIa,non.,lWi,-,inf-,0p,,r.c?,ase wouId well to
wnere.aa he is determined to sella rheao ii m.
otlwr tnafaetiirer in tho State. P
pSnff niwy new palterh.
ROOFING done in th la-test style and bet
manner. Also GUTTERING atl DP1
Aug. 17. 1344. ,.. ..
A, M, CAMPBELL,
Having beeu appointed
For the town of Fayetteville, is prep.1red to ttcnd
torte sale ol any fioud which maybe entrustd to
tcmleY,o?mfen-S frm 8br0iii Pmptly '..
April 19, 1815.
P7 I of oI't 'blocks', vz
l now finsh.HgGenrlemen's siper-finc
FUR AND SILK HATS.
vh''CZ,V9dy ,rastLarriva'". ffreat variety of
f u-' ,P;l'aIri. Lc2hor". Palm Leaf Hats,
all of which hive been purchased on such terms as
fo.e me to sen very iVrifc-AP,
May 17, 1S45. 325-tf.
FOR SALE.--JES 7
voipa. .-ppiy al tins Uihce.
Fire iProof Koofe.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for the cov
ering of roofs of buildinjs with tin, copper, or
zinc, and will execute promptly any work he ma
contract for, and for small profits.
June 21, 1345. 330-tf. F. T. WARD
J. G- Gregory &. Co. 31anagers.
MOST SPLENDID !
$25,0001 15,000 1
G RAJS' D
Class A, for 1845.
To be draw n at Alexandria, D. C. on Saturday
27ih September, 1S45, '
7S Number Lottery 13 Drawn Ballot-..
Grnnd Cupitnl of
Splendid Prize Of
Be.-Wde pii-i of $100!
Whole Tickets g-20 Ha!f 1 0 Quarter
Eighth S2 5U.
Certificates of packages of 26 n hole tickets 5260
Do do 5:6 h tlt do 136
Do do 26 quarter :o 65
Dj do 2G eigbtb 3i 50
Orders f r Tickets and Shares and Certificates o!
Packages in the above Splendid Lot'crics wi'l re
ceive the rnist pro npt atten'ion, and an oflicTal m
qount of each drawing sent immediately aficr it i"
over to all who otdt-r from us. Addrer?,
JT G Gregory it Co. JUanagrfs;
Washington City, D. C
10 ubla. Old W hisliev, 7
10 " Proof Brandy,
-20 Bags Rio Coffee,
Ju:-t receivetl per Steamer Henrietta and Utf sale
low by . JONES & DUNN.
Augusts. 1845. 337-y.
THE subscriber offers his sevjees to the ci:i
iens of Fayetteville, as Caipcnier and Uridertaker,
and hopes by prompt attention to business to share
a part of the public patronage. G. W. ROSE.
Jfily 19, 1 345. 335-tf.
AND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO.
We have received hy the late arrivals another
consignment of the celebrated "Beeswing and a
new superior ariidle of "Peach Leaf in boxes !2
to 14 lbs. and a supply ol Gflmores superior pound
lumps. Also, Justo Sands. "Spread Eagle brand'
tnd soma fina flavored "Alanuel Rcndon" segar
in boxes for sale, at small advance upon cost.
Orders from abroad promptly attrndd Io on "most
favorable terms. - " COOK At TROY.
Atigust 9. 1845. 337-3m.
N OTIC E ,
THE subscriber has jut received a small assort
Fine Crockerv and Glass Ware.
For sale . T. S. LUTTERLOH.
Aigust 8, I94-5. y-
"tHE Siibacric'tra rake this oppoiiunitv of return
ing their warmest thanks to their friend's and pa
trons, aod the public, generally for I heir liberal pa
tronage b. stowed opon thm ; also for the kind
sytnpithies manifested to lh w in the late calamity
in the destruction of tb-ir entire Stock of Goods
on the morning of the 19th Inst.; and to Capt J
A J Bradford, Cant. C. 6. Ord., and Mr G A
Schwartiman, of U S Arsenal, for tbir kindness
in giving them notice, and otbera in the surround,
trig neighborhood of the firs', hy the discharge
canntfii. - Ilaring opened the. iore neatly oppo
siiK they hope soon to rcsvme befhess, and would
sAostreapectftdly fsJiejf lb nisrof UiHr frestds
and the public, and shall hopi to merit a share of
public patroi.nge. Tbey ha! od hand inlfnir
Warehouse, Salt, Iron. MolaVses, Sugar, Smiths'
Bellows and Vip, Log Chains, 6 superior Wrought
Iron Mill Cranks. Also, Anvil, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
domnged in ihe fire, ail of which ihry will sdl lew
for Cash or Produce, They would also earnestly
request allthoso indebted to Jhcm hy note or ac
count to make immediate payment as it will enable
i-cro to close their former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will tike the earliest
opportunity to settle their accounts.
J. H. & J. MARTIN E.
arch 1, 1845. 314-tf.
They have just received, hale superior Bridgeport 3
ply Seine Twine, 3 coils Steam Packing Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and. Raft Rope, I hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhl.s.Trair. Od, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, Whittemore's rrdi Cotton Cards.
Coffee Mills. ca?f good Wagon aftd Cart Boxes.
250 fros3 Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoon
t ' I It". j t -N
iron, wmi a sman afsoriment oi nwacs ana u-ng-
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
Mam, & hall
WOULD inform the public that they have
moved from their old stand to the store
lately occupied by Messrs C J & R M Orrell, and
known as the Yellow Buildings. Having largely
increased their stock of GROCERIES, they are
prepared to offer inducements in ihe way of trade,
ihat will he to the intere-t of purchasers generally
to give therii a call. Their stock will consist in
10 Tons Swedes and English Iron,
5nd lbs. Cast, Blister, and German Slrel,
500 Ps. Hollow Wo it.
500 lbs. f7ar Lead,
40 Bag SUbi, assorted,
15 Kegs Powder,,
300 lbs. Epsoin i Salts,
310 lbs. Alum,
100 lbs. Borax,
1 500 lbs. Copperas" - .
150 lbs Indigo,
i Cask Salaratus. "
50 sides srde Leather,
75 Bags Rio Coflee,
10 Ilhds. Porto Rico Str'garf
1000 lbs. single and double reined and Coflee
300 sacks Liverpool Suit,
530 bushels Alum do.
ALSOj t t
Wagon Boxes, Bellows, Vice. Anvils, Cotton
Cards, Curry Combs, Pocket Cutlery, Pjftcnt Medi
cines, Hadjock's Syrup and Powders, Cassia,
Camphor, Castor Oil," Paints, Putty, Drugs, &c.&c,
Sept. 14, 1844. 290
JONES & IDU.W
INFORM their customers and fiends thai 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 offered
low. Call and sec. Uur stoCk is not heavy, but a
good variety will be found upon examination. And
a our Groceries were purci.tsed before the late rise
in prices, we cttn afford fin m as low lis any hoUT
in the place. We return our f hunks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our part shall be spared to give general satisfaction
as heretofore. e have now on hand (.all fiesh
an J in good order,)
Rio dnd Cuba CofTeo ; Porto Rico New Orleans,
an3 Loaf Sugars: Teas. Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Rice, Candle, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt, i
fcic. &c. fcc. ' '
STAPLE $ FAJS'CY DRY GOODS.
AmO'ig which -are 1.V1 piece- Calicoes, (s..mc
veiy fine, and rcsdly beautitnt prints.) Victoria Al- (
pacta, plain and figured; Mtid'iu d'Laue-; Ging- ;
liams; Irish Linen; L-nen and coftr.n I r?If; Linen j
:iml cotton, checked and striped Drill ; Nankeens ; j
lit', whi"e, and co' of ad Jeans; Jacont; Book, j
Cio?s-barrd, a.jd figured Al n.-lms j Bed l icking ;
Apron Check; c-lored C.tmSricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose andhalf Hose; linen, silk, and
cotto'n Gloves; sllfc and co'ton, pocket and dress
Handkerchief, a ef-'ftt. variety; fancy Cravats and
Scarfs; sillt Mitt,-; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Button; Thread; Lace; Edging ;
tine, hair, sfde. and reading Combs; bleached and
unbleached Duot s' ics ; Broad Cloths ; Sattinets ;
Kentucky Jeans, &c. Sec. Florence, fine straw,
fcilk, wi'tow and other Bonnets of the latctt styles ;
a rplcndid as'sortnv-nf ofartillcial Sowers. Alo,
a irond nssortmeiit ol Slippers'; M of occo and leather
Shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hats,&c. &c.
Hardware Ct Cutlery-
Trace and hulter Chains; Hoes; 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 ; cutting Knives; corn and grass Scvfbes ;
Gimbkts; Latches and Bolts; Brads; l acks, & &c.
NOW IX TtfRfi,
5 Hhds. prime Porto R'co Sugsr
3 do do New Ot leans do.
30 Bas green RioC-ff c,
4 HhdrMo!5cs. a prune art:c!e,
5000 Lbs. prtrae corn-fed Bacon,
ItiCfJ Lbs. wh' Lard, tflri!na,
15 Bbls Whiskey, j
5 da. Old Peach Brandy, .
2 da. N- E- R"m.
50 Sacks Liverpool Salt, at ocr old stand, foot
of Havwounf. ; -
April 19. 1.345. ,. -321-tf.
Jiist Received on ConsignBtent,
-40 boxes No. 1 Soap. , .
. A. XL CAMPBELL.
, March 15, 1845. f6-tf
Volume 6 Number 339
Persons indebted to the
Subscriber wou'd confer an es
cecfal fator, hv calling and scu
tlin? immediately. His recent calamity, he hopes,
will be surQcieof induct aient.
. R. W. 1IAED1E.
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscriber?, haling u if nested the very
soccessfu I operation f HOTCHKISS'S VERT1
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Graham's
Mill m Fayeitevillc, in May ai d June last, were
induced to purchase the Ritht ft the enUrc State
oTNorth Carolina, and now offer ihdltldual Rights
for sale on very reasonab'e terms. They havr
now on hand i. vei. tern full sttt of Wheels, an
bare rnsde sfrafjgemts to keep a constant sup
'Besides being gen. rally adopted in the Northern
States, Ihcre are t.lrcady twelve saws in successful
operation in this State, and eight others in process
ot erection. The astonishing potter and spctd rf
these Wheels have been witnessed by hundreds ot
cititons of this State, with universal appprohation.
And we desire all w bb may f.-el an interest in the
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd Grehain,
Col. Alex'r Murchison, Cfiri.tof her Murtoe, AUx'r
ilhams Arch'd McLaurin. J. McDanict, John
Cade, Mrs.ffy MtFadvcn, in his County ; Col.
John C. McLaurin, in Richmond County; Tho.
C. Smith in Bladen County ; and Hardy Royal tiri
Sampson County ;- to eacfi of whom we Refer
for information- Ks to the radical operation of Ihcso
Person- who apply soon for Riehts can hare
them pui up by workmen who have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotchkivs himself.
The Proprietors of the right of this Whrel in tf e
State of North Carolina, have received the follow
Fayetteville, Feb'y 3, 1645,
W e, the Subscribers, rrsiding in the County t f
Cumberland and State cf North' Carolina, ha vino
been engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for moT
ny yeats.feel fully warranted in stating, that HotiL
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their uppcric-age, ore worthy of the patronage cf all
null owners, and that wc have full confidence in
their superiority ; t the value of Mills will Le
very muth enhanced by their introduction. Thtv
are more duraL!.-, and ensiei kept in oitlcr when
properly put together than the common Flutter
Wheel: they will save at least one-third of the
water, and run well in back water when there f
a head above. The speed of the S.-uv is increased
from one-half to double the strokes per minute.
CHRISTOPHER M UN ROE,
C. P. MALLETT.
ALEX'R MURCHISON. -
. (Richmond Ceunty.)
1 IIOMAS C. SMITH,
rl,l r ..
i hey have also rec ived a ceitiflcate from Col.
Alexander Mtirchison, (which will be published
hereafter amongothers in handbill form,) in which
he speaks of hi , as -'the greatest improvement
made on Saw Mtllsin my fhfsj time ;-Bays that
his Saw w.li cut 5000 feel in a day; i't actually cut
on the day brf.-re bo wrote. 4683 feet of ! inch
Gtuarter Boards; makes 240 strokes in a minute;
hat one half of the water js saved; and concludes
byrecommending ,t9 adoption to Mill owners.
utlier certificntes, which have been promise
will be published herenfirr,
ALFRED A. McKETHAN.
aycU.'viHe, March 15, 1S45. 31C-tf.
ROBERT Ai STUART
HAS removed to the Store on Person street, re
cently occupied by Col. S. T. Haw ley and nearly
opposite the Cape Fear Bonk, where he can supply
DRt GOODS AXD GROCERY LINE.
ALSO, n choice supply of Foreigu Liquora
THE subscriber feels truly thankful for tiic vrr y
liberal patronage he has received from the citizens
of Fayetteville, and ihe public generally; and as
his terms of hiiing Horses and conveyances, and
boarding hordes', are vrt) morlerate, be most re
spectfully solicits a continuance of pattoitage.
Hts terms of hiring are as usual, except those
who hire aors. s or conveyances and damage- the rn
hy unfiir management, arc required to pav the
damag'. He bus recently ndU d , ihrce excellent
horses to his former stok, which Will enable him
to supply every call for pvrses".
T. J.'MIMS, Ag't.
jr7Tho?e mJebted to me will please make
payment; and thos? who hire hortes hereafter are
requested to pay for the hire of them w h. n the
horse i rttunttd, as I have not time to call upon'
ihem for pay. t J. M.
July 1-2, 1845. 320-y!
I WISH to sell my land lying on Big Rockflsti,
being about 2000 acres of good turpentine land,
with a good stream for carrying ,'t to market, navi-.
gable at any time whiie- there is water enough for
boats to run between Faytttevi'Ie and Wilming
ton. Title indisputable.
July 12. 1845. . 333-tf.
THE Subscriber is located for the present, at
the store of Mr Wro. Bow, two doors beluw the
Cape Fear Bank, where be offers for sale the few
oods he saved from the hic fire, viz: Coffee. Tea,
Madeira, Sherry,ar.d Sweet Malaga Wines; Pnn
cfpeSrgars; Citron; Bosf.in Crackers; Powder;
Shot; Shovels: Spades, and a few Dry Goods.
t hope my friends that are in vant of any of the
above, will rive me a call. .TV. PRIOR.
June 2?, 184. 331-t"