page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATE8AS IT IS TO INIHYtDUALS AND THE GLORY OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTY OF lit CITIZENS.
BY VM H BAYNE
TERMS OP THE NORTH CAROLINIAN :
Per annual, if paid in advance, $2 50
if paid at the end of six months 3 in)
' at the end of the year 3 50
Rates of Advertising :
Sixty cents per sq-ixre Cr 'lie first, and thirty cents
for each subcqu;nt fmertinn
Advartising by the year vill be charged according
', to thi qnintity of matter inserted.
Court a Ivertueimnta, &c, "35 per cent higher.
XW1) E M N I T Y
-Against lois or damage by Fire.
THE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
6 AP IT A U" S 1 0 5 ,000.
Office in Gra id near Fini Street, Williams-
burif, opposite the City of .Veto York.
Agency Office, Welts Biiltding, 62 Wall si.,
C'irisfi a ) Zabri
kie Abr'in T. Boskerck,
Andrew C Benedict,
Frederick W. Favn,
Siml H. Clapp,
Chus. O. Handy,
LEMUEL. RICHARDSON, Pres't.
Axdhew B. HoDOEi.Src'ry.
WASHINGTON POST, Agent, New York.
THE WillUmsbur Fire Insurance Company,
hiviri' b.e i iueorp .r.ite I bv an act of the Lfisiala
l.ir.i oft'te Stite of New York, for the purposes
of Fire IiMuranc, tlie Directors offer to Insure their
fillow-ciiiz'Mi ihro-ighout the United State.
Against Loss or Damage by Fire,
On B iddings, Go !. and Merchandise, and Per
soi.il Property -morally, assuring then .that the
atfiira ol the Company, shall be conducted wiih
uoh fairness, candor and liberality as ih-y trust
will eutith it to pu'ilic con ft leuce ana patronage.
The S ib-;- ilier, Agent fr the above Com
ptny, will give any further i n'ormation that may
be de'ii'-e.l bv those who wish to Inure.
JAMES MAR PINE, Azent,
Feb. 3, 1343. 31 1-tf.
JAMES KYLE a
IS now receiving his summer supply ol GOODS,
which hus 'jcrn purchased by the package at the
late sales at the North, amon" which are
Superfine LoaJon Cloths and Cussimeres,
Fresh Lawns and Diapers,
B ack and colored Si!k.,
li tlzorines and Piloted Lawns,
Slat Pn irF( . very chcai).
111.. . ..KM .iTrl lirnwn Do n atic. from 3-4 to 1 2-4
Cilico and Gingham;
bilk and Cotton Ha nd k erchief.,
Lices, Edgings, and Q.oi lings,
4- 1 Uoiiioeis, new style,
Elegant Barrege Scarfe,
:0-4 elegant Silk Shawls
Dressed Silk H anc!ke.rchiefs, aborted,
Lavn and linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
With many ..ther article, all of wh eh are offered
i ! . r" i ! nr to Punctual dis-
lllltlllllill nil J t , -- p
tomr on the mini tun ;. Call at jNo. -, LIIj
Jon" 27, 1345.
T II A VI,' , I t'l nurlion Ot m V ''OOU3 savru
fro uthe Fir.-, to the br-ck t..re, ot otilaymount,
fitrly niviip-nl bv Mr Hjmiitoi Mitchell, and one
do .rea .t of Mr G.-or-e McNeill, wheiel shall b.
pleased to s-e mv fiends and cu..tomers, a- I am
uVtenni i-:d to il ?e otTmy uoo la at LOW Prices.
AH persons haviu claims against ni", will
please present th 'in to-p i v nent. and all indebted
to in- whose :iot'-s an t "accounts are due, will, 1
trust. He : the n C -dillv ol paving op wmioui inriotr
dsla- " JOHN D. STARR.
J one 35, 1 3 15 311-y
BOOTS & SHOES ! ! !
rsn THE Subscriber an-
noilnces tohi friends and the pub
fcfesi ssTll ic in oerieral that he has opened
L. his shop on Hav street, opposite
to Mr Georg" McNeill'i", where he if prepared to
in ike to ord -r or repair tin-i and coarse BOOTS
and SHOES, both tor gentlemen1 and ladies, in the
most appi ov.-d and moc'ern styles. He assures
anch ns will favor him with their custom; that ho
will warrant hi.s work lo be done in the best slyfe,
ty the heat workmen, and oftlinbe-tt materials that
can be procured. He f-cls confident t mt any
.vork p.issi n z out ofhis handicannol besnrpassed
by any done hero or elsewhere, and he hopes by
lose application to bus'ines and a studious effort
to pleis, not only lo merit but receive a fair share
of public patronage.
M ALCOM FAULK.
June 17, 131. 33 a-1y.
The subscriber, tlurins his absence, requests all
P'-rsons indebted to him to make payment tc Mr
T. S. Luilerloh, who is fully nuihorized to giv re
ceipts. C. LUTTERLOH.
July 19, IS45. tf.
WOULD beg leave, lo inform his customers and
the public in 'general, that having saved a large
portion o1 rris stock of GOODS ct the recen- fire,
he his re-open- d neitdour west of the Post Office,
(Wajon Yard Building,) wb- re hr intends con
tinuing business on the same terms as heretofore.
June 21, IS 15. 330-y.
THE subscriber offers his sevices tothe citi
zen of Fayett ville, as Carpenter and Contractor,
and hopes by prompt attention to business to share
a Part of the public patronage. G. W. ROSE.
J"ly 19. 1345. 335-tf.
AND FINE CHEWING TOBACCO.
consignment of the celebrated "Beeswing" and a
tnT4VbPrJ!nda.?Cle,fVPeachLeal" i boM. 12
to 14 lbs. and a supply ot Gflmore'a superior pound
lump.. Also, J,to Sand,. "Spread Eagle brand"
and some fine flavored "Manuel Rendon" ae-ars
miboxea for .ale, at fm.U advanee upon cost.
Order fiom abroad promptly attended to on most
favorable terms. COOK & TROY
August 9. 1845. 337-3m.
Just Received ori CoHsignraent,
American Brandy, r
40 boxes No. 1 oap.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
March 15, f845.- 31-tf
Gardner & 2MEcXetlian
HAVE lately made considerable improvement - in
their style of Work, and have now on hand a GEN
ERAL ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c
Which for elegance of shape and finish, and dura
bility, will compare with any made in the U States,
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved note?-.
Having in our employ firM rate Smi'hs, we are
prepared to do any lion work in the above line on
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful workmanrhin and materials, for one year. -
Jt3 REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
Favctteville, February S, 1345. v.
TAKKN UP and committed
to the Jail of Cumberland county,
N. C, on Sunday, the 26th day
of January, 1845, a nejrro man
who says his n'arie Is SIMON,
and says that he was sold in
Charleston to n man by the name
of McKenzie, and was carried to Alabama or Geor
gia and there left his master, feaid nejjro waa for
merly the property of Benjamin Gass of Camden,
S. C, and was taken Irom this place last February
by Mr Ga?s. Said nesro is about 5 feet 4 inches
hih, dark complexion, and about 45 or 50 years of
age. The owner of said negro is hereby notified
to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and
take him away, or he will be dealt with according
to law. W. L. CALLAIS, Jailor.
Jan. 29, 1845. 3t0-tf.
Aiifl Sojouriiersiii Fayettcville
MRS. E. SMITH is Kill prepared to nter
taio Gentlemen and Ladies travelli ng through or
sojourning in Fayctttville. Her table is always
as good as the market aftord. She has good fta
hlis and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her resilience is so W II known that it nee;ls no de
scription. JVb exertions will be scared to give
Sioce tlie ate dt.-stiueti ve fir" h:ch de-tioved
the Hotel, she has enlarged her ihnans of accommo
dation by renting the house directly opposite,
where she has several good airy rdonis, for sleep
Feb. I, 1815; 3iu-tf.
B LA N K S .
HAVING lost all our blanks, probably over 100
dollars' Worth, iri the fitfe, we have been replactnej
I hem as fast is we can, since, and have now ready
for sale at the Carolinian OlTiee.
Fi Fas, Co. or Sup. Ct.,
State Wiit Subpoenas,
Orders of Sale,
J 1 1 y Tickets,
BY Virtue of a Deed of Trust made bv David
Shaw to secure a debt dtie to Ed. G. Fade & Co. of
New Yoik, the following Property is offered for
sale ; and un ess sold at private sale before the firEt
Monday in September next, it will be sold at Pub
lic Auction in front of the Court House lo the high
est bidder, lo wit :
1st. The Lot and Store House
at present occupied by David Shaw, on the North
fide of Person streetbeing iO ft. 5 in. front and
iunnm back to OfJ street.
2d. The hot and Duelling
House whereon Mr Shaw now resides, on tho
west side of Cold Sniing street, b. in 79 feet front
and rnnnincr hack about H'0 feet.
The property may be examined by callin
Mr Da1 v id Sha'w on" the premises, or on the
A liberal credit will be given and made known
at the lime of sale. GEO. McNEILL, A-'t
MATTHEW SHAW, Trustee.
Faycttcvic, July 25, 1845. 335-ts.
turned out, but not entirely consumed,
Ouly pretty considerably scorched ! ! I
SADDLER & HARNESS
iu A R E It ,
RETURNS his sincere tbanks lo the public for the
liberal share of patronage heretofore bestowed up
on him, and hopes ibat as he row rf Q"ires a con
tmuance of their custom, to enable him to recover
f-oin the severe scorching received in the late fire,
ft will not be withheld. His friends, and such as
will 'p'ease to cal1 at his shop, on South side ol
Person street, next door but one to the corner ot
Diok, will find a to'erable stock in his line, with
the best workmen, willing and ready to please in
anv Job and repairing uno, ai tne shoitest notice.
June 2S. 134a. oai-om.
THE subscriber has jut received a email assort,
Fine Crockery and Glass Ware.
For sale T. S. LUTTERLOH.
August S, !845. y-
Persons indebted to the
Subscriber would confer an es
Decial favor, by calling and set
tling immediately, His recent calamity, nenopes,
will be BufScisttt'inducement.
R. W. HAKUIb.
Fire JProof IKoofs.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for the cov
ering of roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
xinc, and will execute promptly any work he may
or, ana tor small profits.
f June 21, 1845 330-lf. F. T. WARD.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship, under tho firm of
Hi W. Beatty & Oo.,
For the transaction of
A General Commission Business
In the luwn of Wilmington, JVV C.
They will ive particular attention to the sale
of Timber, Lumber, and Naval Stores; the receiv
ing and forwardms goods, and the sale and pur
chase of goods for the bark country.
They would respectfully solicit a portion of pub
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction. II. W. BEATTY,
, , JOHN C. LATTA,
July 19, 1315. 334-tf.
mm BAR SOAPT
fTMHE subsciiher offers for gale ONE HUN-
JLL DRED BOES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayette vilie (N. C.) Candle Factorv,"
and warranted .qu'al if not superior to Colgate's
best No. I.
Bei ig determined to devote all necessary atten
tion tothe business, and oil ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pound by the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage.
fCT5 All orders thankfully rcceived and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAT.
Fayetteville, May 24,844
100,000 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-bot-
sides rJf Lumber River, the different surveys con"
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a laree p'flrt finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber Rfver, where a large quantity
of Timber is now fitted tb the Georgetown mar
ket. Thess lands are very valuable both for the
Timber ami Turpentine, for which purpose a large
part is well suited, being in a region where the
Turpentine yields more aliundantly than any other
section of the State. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in quan'ilies to suit purchasers.
Information respecting trie title can be obtained
by applying to the Hor. Robert Strang, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
1 understand there are man v trespa?sers dri ihese
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby sive.n: Ih'at
the I aw will be enforced against all such offenders
Application fr any part of the Lands can he
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be do'y auihorizi d to make sale of the same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
FayttJev-lle, N. C, Mareh I, 1845. 314-tf.
A, M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
For the town of Fayetteville, ia prepared to attend
to the sale of any eoodj which may be entrustd lo
Consignments from abroad
will be prdmptly at-321-y.
April 19, 1S15:
-e. "IT HAVE just lecvived the new
I Ji style of HAT CLOCKS, and
XJ now finishinz Gentlemen's super-fine
FUR. AND SILK HATS.
Also, received by last arrivals, a great variety of
Fur, Silk, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm" Leaf Hats,
all of which have been purchased on such terms as
to enable me to sell very CHEAP.
May 17, 1345. 325-tf.
Corps. Apply at this Office.
JONES & JDHJNN
their customers and friends that they
are now receiving their Spring and Summer
STOCK OF GOODS;
And as most of them have been bought from the
rrianu'tacturers and importers, they will be offered
low. Call and see. Our stotk is fiof heavy, but a
good variety will be f.und up'6'n examination. And
as our Groceries were purchased before the late rise
in prices, we can afford them as low as any house
in the place. We return our thanks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our part shall be spared to aive general satisfaction
as heretofore. Wc have now on hand (til fresh
and in iroo I order,)
Rio aind Cu'.a Coffee ; Porto Rico. New Orleansi
and Loaf Sugars; Teas, Indigo, Madder, Copperap.
Rice, Candles, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&c. &c. &.C.
STAPLE 4- FJ1JVC Y DRY GOODS.
Among which are 150 pieces Calicoes, (some
very fine, and really beautiful prints.) Victoria Al
paccas, plain and figured; Muslin d'Lane.-; Ging
hms: Irish Linen: Lmen and cotton Drill; Linen
and cotton, checked and striped DYfll ; Nan'keehs ;
tilue, whi e, and colored Jeans Jaconet ; Book,
Cross-harrd, and figured Muslins; BedTickins;
Apron Check?; colored Cambricks ; white, black,
and mixed Hose and half Hose ; linen, silk, and
cotton Gloves; silk anil cotton, pocket and drees
Handkerchiefs, a sreat variety: fancy Cravats and
Scarfa; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Edging ;
fine hair, side, and reading Combs; bleached and
unoieacneo uumcii-o , uiuau ium , -
Kentucky Jeans, fee. c. Florence,, fine straw,
J -r r . i l , .ias
silk, willow and otner tsmneis or me laveei .
a rplendid assortment otartihcial flowers. " u.
a good assortment Ol Olippers; moiutcu anu
Shoes, Brogans, Boots, Hats.&c. &c.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Trace and halter Chains; Hoes; Nails; table and
pocket Cutlery; German silver, Britannia, and ron
tea and table Spoons; Razors ; rim, stock, closet,
chest, and pad Locks ; Sheep Shears; Drawing
Knives ; cuttins Knives; corn and grass Scythes;
Gimblets; Latches and Bolts; Brads; Tacks, & .
NtfW IN STORlJ,
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rico Sugar.
3 do do New Orleans do.
30 Bags green Rio Coffee,
4 Hhds. Molasses, a prime article,
5000 Lbs. prime corn -fed Bacon,
10C0 Lbs. white Lard, in firkins,
15 Bbls Whiskey,
5 do. Old Peach Brandy,
o An N. E- Rum.
CO C.r-ba T.ivrmnnl Knit. t nnr nld atand. foot
April W, 1845;
AUGUST 30, 1845.
OF THE -CONGRESSIONAL UNION" AND
The undersigned respectfully inform the public,
that, with the commencement of ibe approaching
session of Congress, thev wiil bf gin the publica
tion ofthe "Congressional Union"anr "Appendix.
The first will contain a full and accurate history
of the daily proceedings of both branches of the
national legislature. It will be compiled with such
care, that every citizen who is interested in the
public affairs will find it a complete synopsis of
their proceedings, and a ready book of reference
upon all questions which cme before them.
The second, (the App.-ndix," -will cont-in
every speech which is delivered in the Houe o:
Representatt ves and Senate during the session, re
poited at length by a full and able corps of con
gressional reporters, arid revised before publication
by fAe authors, whenever it is requested. These
two works will be strictly impartial, and are in
tended to be as interesting and us. ful to the man
of business, and to the politician of the one party,
as of the other.
It may be said, without rxaggerat'on, that the
next session of Congress is destined to be o ic of
the most important which has taken place sine.- the
foundation of the government. It io ihe long ses
sion. It is th-s session which will dt velope the
general plan of the present administration. Us
measures will stamp the character of our institutions
for years to come. Some ofthe most impoiiant
questions which are connected with our iorein re
lations, or our domestic concerns, will be present
ed lor their consideration. The final measure ot
ratifying the constitution ofTexas, which is to
consummate her admission into our Union, and the
admi-sion of her members into our public councils
every measure v hich a fleets the Oregon question
our relations wilh Mexico as well as the final
decision on the revived Zoll-Verem treaty: these,
uuu oincr measures wnicn are more or less con
nected with our foreign relations, will come under
the review ofthe approaching Congress. Most
Oi the eminently impo tant questions which relate
to our internal concerns the revision ol the tariff
the adoption ofthe best mode for preserving the
pumic moneys a variety ol commercial measures
perhaps the best system for regulating the im
portant interests of Texas the Indian questions
the land question the best system for our navy,
these and others will constitute a mass of business
whi' h is calculated to command much of the time
of Congress,and im eh ofthe attention ofthe people.
They will all be reported by the "Congressional
The Daily, Semi-Weekly, and Weekly Union;
will, as usual, embrace an interesting variety A
mailer on pul.tical , scientific, and literary subjects
along witn tne current news ot tne day. 1 he edi
tor wil continue to devote al! his energies tothe
improvement of "The Union.' He rinds many
accomplished men in this city. The administra
tion has brought with it a considerable accession oi
talenti. Several tried and distinguished mr-iubeis
ofthe democratic party have accepted office under
it. Some of lhem have liberally contributed their
literary labors to vtir bent fit. ; and we hope to en
list others in our service, lieeiu.-s, the time is not
iar distant w hen the editor intends to call other
laiems io ins assistance, nis ambition is, to
make his paper worthy ot the metropolis of the
Union. He is persuaded that, with the facliries
which his position enables him to employ ; with the
official and other materials plated within his teach;
and witti the aid of the cbifespondence which lie is
attempting to establish in fuieicn countries, a paper
may oe puoiuneci, wnicn li not unworthy ofthe
support ot nis coumry. in undertaking the task
h'! knew he had many difficultit s toovercome, many
lessons io learn, many siicnnces io encounter, lie
knew that, amid the arduous cares ol a new thea
tre, he could not at first do justice even to himself
but his zeal has never flagged. Y hat enthusiasm
and industry can eflect, will be fully accomplished.
Some errors he may have already committed. But
upon one point, he can speak with great pleasure
and with equal freedom. The m n who are ad
ministering this govcrnmtnt are working men,
anxious, as he believes, to do their duty, to seive
I heir country, to carry out the .ledges under which
the President was elect' d, and the rcnt principles
of the party. So long as ihcadministration is con
ducted in this spi'it, and ur on tlioee principles, he
is prepared lo co-opemte with them in Ihe public
service; and to give them, as he promised in his
prospectus, "a fair, libtfal, and efficient support.'
We fe' 1 a deep sense of gratitude for the prompt
manner in which our political friends, in every sec.
lion ofthe country, have already come forward to
sustain the "Union." May wc not hope that our
friends throughout the United Siates will continue
to assist our labors, and prevail upon their friends
to take some one edition ofthe "Union ?"
As thi s will be the long session of Conrefs and
will probably last eight months, we have concluded
to publish the Congressional Union and Appendix
on the following
For The Congressional Union, $1 50 per copy.
For The Appendix, Si 50 per copy.
Clubs will be furnished with Ten copies of either
the above works for 12; Tvveht-five copies for
EXTRA WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY
For the accommodation of those who desire a
piper printed at the seat of government during the
session ofConHress only, we will furnish them the
Extra Union as follows:
Semi-Weekly, One copy S2 50
' Six copies 13 00
' Twelve copies 24 00
Weekly, O.ie copy $1 00
" Twelve copies 10 00
" Twentv-five copies" 20 00
Wilt be furnished hereafter to yearly subscribers.
Daily, per year, for One copy $10 00
rive copies 40 00
One copy 5 00
Five copies 20 CO
TefV copies CO
One copy 2 00
Five copies 8 00
" Ten copies 15 00
IC7 No attention will be paid to any ordej, tin
less the mbnev accompanies it.
jtTF'Those desiring complete copies of the Con-
grsionaP Union and Appendix, will please send
. - - i t j -v ,
U9 ineir naiii"s previous iu uia ursi oay oi uecem-
Cr We will willingly pay the postage omit
letters containing Five Dollar and upwards.
CUrier letters directed to us, with ihe postage un
paid, wilt not be taken out ot the office.
Washington, August 16, 1845.
RITCHIE & HEISS.
Aug. 16, 1845.
. J IS
25 Barrels Herrings just received and for sale
oy GEO. Mc.'vblLL.
August 16. 1845.
A first rate GUITAR.
A nnlv to
rr E. BISHOP.
33S - 3 w.
August, 16. 1845.
THE universal celebrity which this medicine has
gained in eyery section ofthe counlry, nd the
many astonishing cures it has eff.c:ed, have estab
lished its efficacy beyond all doubt; as a gcn ral
family medicine it has no rival. In all caEea of in
dir6tion, bilious fevers, dyspepsia, liver com
plaints, sick headach'-. iaundice. asthma, drousv
pile,colic, worms, Disease ofthe heart, and in all
affections of the stomach and bowels. Peiers Pi. Is
will be found a ncver-failinp' remrdv.
To insure the full benefit of these celebrated
Pills, they should be kept in the house, so that up.
on the first commencement of sickness thev mavbe
reported to. One dose then Is better than a dozen
after the disease has become established in the sys
tem. Peters' Pills are purely vegetable, and so inno-
cen' that the infant of a riiohtn old may use lhem.
u medicine is r'quiied, nut only wuh safety, but
w itii a certainty of receiving all the benefit medi
cine is capable of imparling. .Females mav use
lhem dnrin? all the critical periods of their lives.
Pt ters' Pills will insure their health and produce
regularirj- in all the functions of life.
r'.-Z Price 25 unit 50 ct. i r box. For sale in
Fayetteville wholesale and retail, at Isew York
prices, by E.J.HALE,
SAM'L J. HINSDALE,
J.H. & J. MARTIN E.
And may be found nn inquiry in all the cities and
villages in the Southern and Western States.
Ausust 16, 1845. 338.
DR. TYLER'S VEGETABLE
FEVER AMD AGUE PILLS
THE success of these Pills in curing in a few hours
where all other remedies have failed, and that too,
in cases of twelve and eighteen months standing
warrants the assertion, that if taken according to
directions, they are a certain cure. A Ions list ot
certificates in proof of their infallibilit-V, miht be
added, but those upon the directions are deemed
sufficient. Try lhem and be convinced that thev
are the nv st effectual and certain and the very best
remedy ever ottered to the public, to insure a per
manent and lasting cure.
Bragg's Store, Lowndes co; A'a.
April 29, 1845.
To Dr G. K. Tyler :
Dear Sir This may certify that after using
many preparations for the cure ot Chills ami Fe
ver, and expending some foity-flve dollars in phy
sician's bills, without nh'y benefit, I procured a box
of Dr G K Tyler's Fexer and Ague Pills, at one
dollar, which cured me effectually, after 1 had suf
fered with this distressing and unpleasant com
plaint for twelve months. I have Known them
used in thirty cass, and not a box has failed. I
believe them to be th i very best and most safe and
certain cure for ague and f ver that can be used,
and unequalled a- u tonic restorative, in all debili
tated conditions of the system. E MYRES.
!r3 Price SI per box with full directions. For
sale in Fayetteville wholesale and retail at New
York price?, by E J HALE,
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T WARD,
And may be found on inquiry in all the cities and
villages in the Southern and Western States.
August 16, 1845 333
MAGNIN'S LUCINA CORDIAL.
FOR the sure and speedy cure of Incipient Con
sumpfion, Barrenness, Irnpotency, Luchorce or
Whites, (jrieet. Obstructed, dirnctiit or painful
Mensiruation, Incontintinence ot Lrme or involun
tary discharge thereof, arid fur the ginerai prostra
tion of the svstcm, no matter whether the icsult of
inherent causes,' or of causes produced by irregu
larity, illness, or accidmt.
1 he wide-spread celebr tv ot Ibis wondeitul and
nes:imable cordial, in bo;h In niis iieres, is a sof-
eficient guarantee for its quick and positive success
in cunnsali the ab tve attections and complaints.
Nothing can be more surpr sing than 'la invigorat
ing fleets on the human frame. Persons at! weak
ness and las itude before taking it, at once become
robust and full of energy under its influence.
It immediately counteract!) the nervelessness and
looseness of the female frame, which is the only
cause of barrenness ; and which, prior to Dr M Be
nin's discovery, was considered lo be incurable.
And it speedily removes the impediments produced
by physical prostrai ion, which irequcntly deter men
from getting mar. i d. Language, indeed, cannot
do iosriie to ihe merits of the Lucina Cordial,
which is regarded by the heads of the faculty, in
all parts ofthe world, as one of the most important
medical discoveries ot any age.
r or sale at JNew i ork prices by
G R FRENCH.
Wilmington. N C.
August 16, 1845 333
THE great celobrity of ihis unrivalf d composition,
especially in the Northern otat-s, leaves the pro
prietor but little need to say any thing in its favor;
for it has been ?ei.erallv Couccdcd to il that it is.
beyond all comparison, the best remedy fir external
complaint that has ever been discovered, indeed,
the speed and and ce.tunty of its operations Lave
the appearance oi mircies : as u cers, wounds.
corns, fever sores, chilblain.-, while swellings, biles,
piles, spider and snake bites, etc. immediately jield
toils superhuman influence. Thus, if properly ap
plied, it will remove an inveterate corn, or break
and heal a bile in five days, will allay and perfectly
cure an ulcer in two wteks; and ihe most desper
ate cases of white swelling that can be imagined,
have been destroyed by it in less than two months.
In the bites of poisonous reptiles, its efficacy is
truly surprising, and even in the bite of a rabid dog;
for it app-ied in time, its potvers ol attraction are
so wonderful that it will at once arrest the poison,
and thus prevent it fiom pervadins the svs'em. Il
is likewise sreatly superior to any medicine here
tofore discovered for the chafed backs and limbs of
horses for tetters, ring worms, chapped lips and
in short, for every external bodily evil that may tan
t Iho r rr miin nr hps l
The proprietor has received at least a thousana
certificates and other documents, in favor ot n is
Specific Ointment, upwards ol a hundred of which
weie written by respectable memoera
cal faculty. ,T . . .
For sale fn Fayetteville at iw x or P. j
J BJ HALE,
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T WARD,
J H & J MARTINE.
II the cities and
August 16, 1845
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may, for
the present, be found at tne orhce ot Mr 1 hos. L.
Hybart, a lew doors south of the Court House.
Cottaee and other fashionable Bonnets, for ?ale
by GEO. McNEILL.
Aug. 16, 1845.
Volume 6 Number 340
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser-
vices as txnde.-takrr and builder, to the citizens or
others, disposed to contract for buildirg or jobbing.
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscribers, havinc witnessed the terv
successful operai ion of H OT0H KISS'S VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Graham's
Mill in Fayetteville. in Mav ar.u June last, were
induced to purchase the Right for the entire State
of North Carolina, and now offer individual Rights
for sale on verv reasonable terms. Thev havr
now on hand Seventeen full stts ot Wheels, an
have made arrangements to keep a constant sup
liesides bein seneraltv sdooted in the Northern
States, there are already twelve saws in SKCcetf fi!
operation in this State, and eight others in procces
of erection. The astoniching power and pe d of
these Wheels havr been witnessed by hundreds ol
citizens of this State, with universal appprobation.
tin we uesire ii n no may ieei an interest in the
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd Graham.
Col. Alcx'r Murchison, Christopher Munroe, Alrx'r
Williams, Arch'd McLnurin. J. McDaniel, John
Cade, Mrs.Effy MtFadven, in this County ; Col.
John C. McLaurm, in Richmond County; Thos.
C. Smith in Bladen County : and Hardv Rovall in
Sampson County; to each of whom we Refer
for information as to the practical operation of theas
Persons who apply sbbn for Rights can hav
them put up by workmen w ho have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotel. kiss himself.
The Proprietors of ihe right of this Wheel in the
State of North Carolina, have received the follow
Fayetteville, Feb'y 3, 1845,
We, the Subscribers, r siding in the County of
Cumberland and State of North Carolina, having
been engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for ma"
ny years, feel fnly warranted in stnting, that Hotth
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage of all
mill owners, and that we have full confidence in
their superiority ; '.ot the value of Mills will be
very much enhanced by their introduction. They
are more durable, . and easier kept in order when
propcily put togf thrr than the common Flutter
Wheel: Ihey will save at least one-third, ol the
water, and run well in back water when there j
a nead above, i ne speed ol the Saw is increased
from one-half to double the strokes per minute.
DUNCAN M UN ROE,
C. P. MALLETT. .
JOHN C. McLAURIN,
. , (Richmond County.)
THOMAS C. SMITH,
(Bladen . Cunt.)
They have also revived a certificate from Col,
Alexander Murchison, (which will be published
hereafter among others in handbill form,) in w hich
bespeaks of thi as "the greatest improvement
made on Saw Mills In my (his time ;" says that
his Saw will cut 5000 feet in a day; it actually cut
on the day before he wrote. 4GS3 feet of IX inch
Quarter Boards; makes 240 strokrs in a minute;
that one-half of ihe water is saved; and concludes
byrecommending its adoption to Mill ownrrs.
Other certificates, which have been promise
will be published hereafter,
ALFRED A. McK ETHAN.
Fiye:tcvil. March 15, 1845. . 316-lf.
Wjuiju respect! ui
ly inform the citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stand recently occupied
by E.J. Clark, on Gillespie
Street, 5 doors South of the
Market Square, where he will
ma nu fact ure and kprn r-r n
frtrTAiri i- v .
star.tly on hand an assortment of
T1IN AIMJJ SHEET IRON WAR V..
Pei sons wishing to purchase would do i
call and examine his stock before purchasing else-
wnere, as ne is determined to sell as ehesn n
other manufacturer in th State.
BAIihrlb of an entirely new pattern. i
ROOFING done in the lastest style, and best
manner. Also GUTTERINO.
Aug. 17, 1344. i6l-y.
THE subscriber feels truly thankful for the very
liberhl patronage be l:as received from the citizens
of Fayetteville, and the public generally; and as
his terms of hiring Horses snd conveyances, and
hoarding hordes, "are very moderate,, he most re
spectfully solicit a coniinuance of patronage.
Flint rms of hiring are as usual, except those -who
hire jors s cr conveyances and damage them
by unfair management, arc required to pay the'
damagr. He has recently added three excellent
horses to bis former stock, which will enable him
to supply every call for horses.
. T.J. MIMS, Ag't.
Those indebted to me will please make
payment ; and those who hire horses hereafter are
requested to pay for the hire of them when the.
horse ia returned, as I have not time to call upon
lhem for pay. T. J. M.
July 12, 1845. 320 y.
I WISH to sell my land lying on Big Roekfish,
being about 2000 seres of'good turpentine land,
with a good stream for carrying ll to market, navi
gable at anytime while there is water enenrh for
boats to run between Fayetteville and Wilming
ton. Title indispef able. . . . .'- '
Jnly 12. 1845. 333-tf.
TEA ANV CHOCOLATE.
Gunpowder (fine)V v
Young Hyson " ! TEA.
Black " ) '
Chocolate Ne. I, for safe by ;. !..