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"character is as important to states as IT IS TO INmriDUALS; AND THE GLORT OF THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTr of ITS CITIZENS."
IV.1I II BAYSE
FAYETTE VILLE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, IS45.
Volume 6 Number 342
r,,i n if paid in a-lvance,
' ' . . t . i r .1.
ix months 3 00
d i!u end ol the vear o o"
u i - - ' " .
Kate of A lvcrtisins :
5 .v CC'IH P'f -l'Mrc ',r ,!, flrS' aMl1 tbir'y CCntS
"'Wcicii s V-e.pt.mt insertion.
V .rti-M" hv th.s Voir .vill be charged according
, rti ; ni nf'y of matter inserted.
v,;rtis"ni -Us, Kf, i- per ceni ui& i-i .
C t 1
T"t D B M NIT!
V -rjiiust lo or damage by Fire.
THE WILLI.YJtSBURG'FIRE INSU
C X V IT A L.--8 1 O 5 ,000.
f.7!cc "rt Crn idnz ir First Street, tj tlliams-
"-", opposite the Cilij of JS'cic York.
,-lncy Ofi-ce, IVtlls Building, 62 Tfl
Cliri.' i a i Zihrir-kic
A 1m '.a 'J', n.iskori'k,
Francis Sti n hcil,
S.unl H. Clapp,
J i!i i L'? irgett,
Chas. O. Handy,
L jiiiiiL-1 Richards n ,
Andrew C fl :t edic
Kreleriek W. Favr-
J t in Skiiloi .in,
S i ill. Will is,
A VIIUKIV li. I l'I'
w vsmxa ro.s p
Til!.' lV';!i; .nj'.ar I ' I rC I 1-llraOCC
hivini I) en i i ..r, .r..t! I liv n ad oflh-t
tor of lie State of New York, for tie:
..I- !,'; f .. ... ill.- Hiri-dors otler to I n
RICH A RDSON, Pi-.-s't.
S T, .Vl'.! it, New York.
Gardner & McKetlian,
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 nnd finish, and dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, woum io en 10 can
and examine our work, as we have determined to
sell LOW for Cash, or approved nobs.
Having in our employ first rate Smiths, we are
prepar- d to do any lion work in the above line on
We warrant all our work to be of good and faith
ful wnrkrrnnrbiii and materials, for one year.
;C3" REPAIRING faithfully executed at short
notice, and on reasonable term.
Fave'teville, February 3, 1345. y.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship, under the firm of
H. W. Beatty & Co.,
For ihe transaction of
A General Commission Business
In the lurcn of IVilmiiigton, .V. C.
They will irive 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 back country.
They would respectfully solicit a portion of pub
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction. H. V. BEATTY,
July 19, 1315. 334-tf.
mlise, and Pr-
' tliuiii that I he
. . i . i.
eonutici i-u wmi
as ih'-y iriit
will eutitlj it to P'i 'lie '-.o-ili ieiicu anu pairo i-'i;' .
The S iW-ri!t.r, Aent fr theahove Com-
11 "ive any to tiier in oriiiaii.ni i:i.n ma;
!.v tho-c; who w'i to l ure.
.1 Mi;S .MAR rlNE, Anoiit,
11 ay Sireet.
l-'eb. 8, 1 3 t :.. o I I -If.
. . IT !. I
l.:tlo.V-ciiiicu- l!l o i''loiH tlie ueueu
Against L )s or Damage
O.i li iildiu-, C'i 1
so s il Property ir
sii.-.'o r.iii 'i
l i'i V. wil
Cnmvi iv. s'ni l !-e
an lor and libtrrahtj
A nil Sojourn ersin Faycttcvillt-
MRS. Ii. SMITH is still prepan d to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or
sojoiiriiing in Favett.vi le. ller table is always
as good as the market u fiords. She has good sta
bhs and hostlers, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a cont nuanee of public patronage
Her residence is so w II known that it needs no de
s f-i; tion. No exertions will be saredto give
S'mce the late destructive fir'.' wh eh destroyed
the ilotel, s'.ie has enlarged her means of accommo
dation by renting the house directly opposite,
where she has several good r.iry rooms, for sleep
i n 'r a r a i t incut.'.
Fei. I , IS 15. rili.-lf-
!ly o (iUUUS,
package at the
, hich are
now n-ceiviiii ins summer
i i i ....... t.itiii m in
wiucn nas ieen ni i l.h .
I .l.-si :il Ihe i-.r:li, am
' "s.iperline Loudon Clothe ami Cass.meres,
l'rcih Lawns an I Diapers,
11 uck ami coloied iiks,
1J tlzori'n s an I Prioied Lawns,
SUlit Po.iiret s, v. ry cheap.
lSleaehMa.idWrown Do n stic-, Iroin 3-4 to -4
C ilie and Gin-li am;
fci!l; and button Handk erehi-f-,
Lices, L ivings, and Uni hn-s,
4- 1 lli!)i:ie"ts, new s:yle,
K.lcg.uit Barrege Scarfs,
:U-4 eleiiarit Silk Shawls
D,es..-.I Silk ilnndkerchicls assort- ,
Lawn an. I i-'H'-O Jam!.ic Ha n-lker. In
UU many ..tlior art.eles, ..1 wu-t.ii
i. i .. .... rv.-i. ,.r in I iinctu il '-us-
.tiiiii niiy i u-.'-, r 1PTP
t , "M oi ill- usual Um . U H ai io.
TV POIN V.
J no..- 7, 14.
BAR SOAP. .
riflHE subs:iibr offers for .sale ONE HUI
JL DUED BOXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured at the "Fayetteville (N.C.) Candle Factory,"
ami warranted oual it not superior to Colgate's
best No. 1.
Bei lg determined to devote all necessary atten
tion to ihe business, and off-ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pound by the box,) he hopes to
receive a due share of public patronage .
dp All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly attended to.
W. McL. McKAY.
Fayetfeville, May 24,811
State of North Carolina Anson county.
Couft of Pleas and Quarter Sessions July
t..'.nri Ptrniieo vs. Alexander D. Mediae.
Original Attachment levied on .joll acres ot tana.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that Alexander D. McR.ac, the defendant in ibis
case, is not an inhabitant of this Stalei It is old-red
by thu Conn ihat advertisement be made in the
North Carolinian for six weeks, for the defendant
to appear at the next term of this Court to show
cause, if any he has, why an order of sale should
nut be made in this 6ase.
Witness, Norflect D. B 2ran, Cler of said Court
at ortice, the 2d Monday of July, A. D., 1S45.
N. D. BOGGAN, C. C. C.
Au '. 30, 1345'. 340-Ct. pr adv. 83 25.
if 'QJ II (B IB a
I i. l v ieeii im-il l v
door east ol M r
i ti a vi.' .:ii. w...i the noitiou el my
fro uthe Fir -,ro thehr e', store, loot ot . ni;uu.t.
.1 hv .Mr ilamiuoii .wn'n.'i ,,
George McNeill, wheicl snail n .
. I a n l I r 111
pleas .1 to see inv l.iemls anu i'J'-. - '.
derermi .ed to cl -se off my "nods at LOW Prices.
All persons havio- Uaims against
please present th -n fop.V ne-t. and all . idebted
to m- wlwsu notes and accounts are due wd., 1
;sit v of paying up wiinoui niruivi
JOHN D. STARR.
June 25, IS 15
and his allenlion to
share of p:itronae.
iVor. 30, IS 45.
continue to ca-ry on ihe
ESS on his in lividual
account, one door wett ol
the Methodist Church,
and nearly opposite the
J. OS f Office; and from past
experience he flatters him
self he can give satisfac
tion to such as patronise
him. Tie hopes by his un-tirin-i
cxerlions to please.
ss, to merit a liberal
100,000 Acres Valuable
TilE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
belonging to the Estate of Abram Dubois, dee'd
lying principally in R-ihoson county, and on botj
sides of Lumber River, the different surveys ton1
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a larire part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large quantity
of Timber is now rafted to the Georgetown mar
ket. These lands are very valuable both for the
Timber and Turpentine, for which purpose a large
part is well suited, heiii" m a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section ol the Slate. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
Information respecting t.he titje can be obtained
bv annlvinfrto the Hop. Robert Stranae. James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
1 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 can be
made to myself, or to John "NVinslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale of the same.
,THOS J. CURTIS.
Fayettev- le, N. C, March I, 1845. 314-tf.
A. M. CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
A U CTIO NEER
For the town of Fayetteville, is prepared to attend
goods which may be entrustd to
OF THE ''CONGRESSIONAL UNION'" AND
The undersigned resoectiuil v inform the public.
ibiit, with the commencement of ihe approaching
session ot Congress, they will begin the publica-
iion oi me "Congressional Union" anr" "Appendix.1
The first win 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 cverv fit 'ntn u-tm it interested in the
public iiffairs will fi id it a Cornfalcte svnoi sis of
their proceedings, and a ready book of reference
a. i iiuesiions wiucn come oetore mem.
The second, (the "Appendix,") wil! cont 'in
every speech which is delivered in the Hohsc ot
Representatives and Senate during the session, re
potted at length by a full and able corps of con
gressional repoiters. and revised before publication
by the authors, whenever it is requested. These
two works will be strictly impartial, and are in
tended to he as interesting and useful to the man
of busiriesF, dnd to the politician of the one party,
as of the other.
It may be said, without r xaggeraton, thai the
next session of Congress is destined to he one of
the most important which has laken place since (he
r i.. . -.. . 1 .
miiiiiiui ion oi rue Government, it is the loni? ses
sion. It is th ; session which will dt-vclooc the
general plan of the present :idmiuistralion. Its
measures will stamp the character of our institutions
for years to come. Some of the most impottant
questions which are connected with our foreign re
lations, or our domestic concerns, wi!l be present
ed for their consideration. The final measure of
ratifying the constitution ofTexas, which is to
consummate hi r admission into our Union, and the
admi-sion of her members into our public councils
every measure hich affects the Oregon question
our ri-Ltions with Mexico as well as the Hn.il
decision on the revived Zoll-Vcrein treaty, thise,
andotli r measures which are more or less con
nected w ith our foreign relations, will come under
the review of the approaching Congress. Most
of the eminently important questions which relate
to our internal Concerns Ihe revision of the tariff
the adoption of the best mode for preserving the
public moneys a variety of commercial measures
pt;rha s the best system for reguiating the iu
poitanl interests of Texas the Indian questions
the land question the best sy stern for our navy,
these and others will constitute- a mass of business
THE universal celebrity which this medicine hn
gained in every section of the country, nd the
many astonishing cur-s it has effected, have estab
lished its efficacy beyond all doubt ; as a general
family medicine it has no rival. In all cases of in-diffr.-tion,
bilious feve:s, dyspepsia, liver com
plaints, sick headache, jaundice, asthma, dropsy,
piles, colic, worms, Disease of the heart.and in all
affections of the stomach and bowels, iYters Fids
will be found a ncver-faili ig j-emcdy.
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 they may be
resorted to. Ono dose then is belter than a dozen
after the disease lus become established in the sys
Pt ters' Pills are purely vegetable, and so inno
cen that the infant of a month old may use ihem,
ii medicine is required, not only wiih safety, but
with a certainty ol receiving all the benefit iudi
cine is capable of imparting. Females may use
ihem during all the critical prriods of their lives.
P ters' Pills will insure their health and produce
regularity in all the functions ot lite.
JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser
vires as unde taker and builder, to the citizens or
Others, disposed to contract for buiidirg or jobbirg.
wholesale and retail, at
E. J. HALE,
SAM'L J. HINSDALE,
F. T. WARD,
J.H. & J. MART INK,
And may be found on inquiry in all thn cities and
villages in the Southern and Western States.
August 1G, 1345. 38.
whieh is calculated to command much of lie- time
of Congress,and mrch of the attention of the people.
Tin y will ail be reported by the "Congressional
T!:'e Daily, Semi-Wee kly, and Weekly Union,
will, as usual, embrace an interesting variety oi
matter on political , scientific, and literary subjects
to tne sale ot any
Consignments from abroad
April 19, 1S15.
will be promptly at-321-y.
HOOTS & SHOES !
THK Subscriber an
uoiinces to hi Irenes and tlie pub
lie in sen- ral that ne nas openeu
hi shop on Ilav street, opposite
McNe'ti's, where lie is prepaieu 10
hn ; and coarse rvj J i o
to Mr CTer! Mc.M:
ii il.'. In ,.rd r i.r rellil i C
id "SHOES, hoih tor gentlemen and ladies, in me
styles. lie iisjun'f
i tiiei r custom, t hat he
lone i n the best style,
n, an I oftuehesluvtterialsih.il
lie I- els confi tent I 'at any
..ft.". ! .m.U f-:iti;ir t lie surpassed
most approved and mourn
S'l.-h as will lav-ir Imii wit
will w;irr;iil '.lis work to be
by t'o U'-st vvorkm
c i'i le pr icured
.vork p isi o i o il
bv any done her
.l.i. ;i t I s en lion
to pic is , not only to merit but receive a fair share
ot public patronage
or cls-where, ami
to business and a s
June 17, LSI-'
N 0 T I (J E
T. 8. Lutterloh, who is
Jnlv 19, IS4 5.-U.
during hi- alienee, requests all
to him t" make payment to Mr
fullv aulhiiiieil to iv.- re
C. LU T l'ERLO.L
Burned out, but not entirely consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! ! !
07"31T SiOU'SO IT.
SADDLER & HARNESS
M Alt 112 14,
RETURNS his sincere thanks to the public forthe
liberal share of patronage heretofore bestowed up
on him, and hopes .hat as be now rq"ires a con
tinuauce of I heir custom, to enable him to recover
f.-om the severe scorching recei.ed in the late fire,
it wfll not be withheld. His friends, a ul such as
will jplease to call at his sftop, on South side ol
Person street, next door but one to the corner ol
Diok, will find a lo'erable stock in his line, wjth
the b st workmen, willing and ready to please in
any j ih a:id repairing line, at the shortest notice.
June 23. 1S45. 331 -Cm.
fl n A V u. just received the new
U. style of HAT BLOCKS, and
now finishing Gentlemen's super-fine
. FUR AND SILK HATS.
Also, received bv last arrivals, a irreat variety of
Fur, Silk, Puuam?, Leghorn, and Palm Leaf Hats,
all of which have been purchased on such terms as
to enab.e me to sell very CHEAP.
May 17, 1S45. 325-tf.
JONES & JDUJNN
NFORM their customers and friends that they
are now receiving their Spring and Summer
STOCK OP GOODS ;
And as most ot them have been bought trom trie
manufacturers and importers, they will be offered
low. Call and see. Our stock is riot havy, hut a
oood variety will be found upon examination. And
as our Groceries were purchased before the late rise
in nriees. we can afford them as low as anv house
in the place. We return our thanks to our old
friends, and assure them no pains or exertions on
our part shall be.eparcd to "ive general satisfaction
as heretofore. We have now on hand (all fresh
and in oo I order,)
Price 25 an4 5l cts. p r b -x. For fa!
WOULD beg leave to ml
thp mib'iir in General, that
portion ol his stock of GOODS
lie has r-opened next door
. - . i, i
irul HIS COltim-i .ii...
havinir s iv d a lar-e
jit the recen' lire,
west i t I HO i osi. v.Miicc,
intends con -
t r ........ I H i in.r.i lp re n
tinning business on theTsame terms as heretofore.
T..no9i isir,. 330-y.
Till-: subscriber offers his sevjees to the citi
r.ens ofFayeUeviIi'e, as Carpenter and Contractor,
and hopes by prompt attention to business to share
a part ot the public pa tr6na2e. G. W. ROSE.
July 1U, 1845. 335-tf.
AND FINE CHEWING TOfft'ACCO.
We have received i,v the late arrivals another
consignment ol the celebrated "Beeswin " and u
new superior articl.r of "Peach Leat" i unboxes 12
to 14 lbs. and a supj.lj ol Gilmore'a superior pound
lumps. Also, J into Sands, "Spread Eile brand"
and some fine flavored "Manuel Rendon" seears
in I boxes for sale, at small advance upon cost.
Orders from abroad promptly attended io on most
favorable terms. COOK &. TROY.
August 9. 1845. 337-3m.
Just Receiv6'd on Consignment,
40 boxes No. f Soap.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
March 15. 1845. 3r6-tf
THE Subscribers take this opportunity of return
ing their warmest thanks to their friends and pa
trons, and the ptfcW. generally fcr thei, liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon them; also for the kind
sympiihies maiiife?ted to them in the late calamit y
in the destruction of their entire Stock uf Goods
on the m orning of the 19th inst.; and to Cajit J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Orel., and Mr G A
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
in givingthem notice, and others in the surround
ing neighborhood of the fire, ly the discharge of
cannon. Having opcm d the Store neaify oppo
site, the- hope soon to resume business, and would
most respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends
and the public, and shall hope to merit a share of
public patrol. age. They have on hand in their
Warehouse, oair, iron, Alolasses, 5ug ir, smiths'
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, 6 superior Wrought
Iron Mill Crank's. Also, Anvils, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles of Hardware, partially
damaged in the fire, all of which hey will sell lew
for Cash or Produce. They would also earnestly
request all those indebted to tin ni by note or ac
count to make immediate payment, as it will enable
them to dose ihcir former business and recom
mence, and hope those indebted will t ike the earliest
opportunity to settle l'cij;- M A RT1N E.
arch I, 1845. 314-tf.
Rio and Cuba Coffee ; Porto Itico, New Orleans,
and Loaf Sugars; Teas. Indigo, M adder, Copperas,
Rice, C mdles, Soap, Starch, sack and Alum Salt,
&c. &c. .c.
STAPLE $ FYCV DRY GOODS.
Among which are 150 piece Calicoes, (some
very fine, and re.-dly beautiful print?,) Victoria Al
pactras, pfa'in and figured; Muslin d'Lanes; Ging
imms: Irish Linen: Lmen and cotton Drill: Linen
and cotton, checked ami striped Drill ; Nankeen';
blue, whi'e, and colored Jeans; Jaconet; Book,
Cioss-barrd, a.id figured Muslins; BedTickinii;
Apron Checks; colored Cambricks ; white, black,
and mix"d Hose and half Hose; linen, silk, and
cotton Giov-s; silk and cotton, pocket and dress
Handkerchiefs, a great variety; fancy Cravats and
Scarfs; silk Mitts; Ribbons; Cord; Gimp; Tape,
Pins; Needles; Buttons; Thread; Lace; Edging ;
fine, hair, side, and reading Con.bs; bleached and
unbleached Domestics ; uroaci flouts ; namneis ;
Kentucky Jeans, &.c. &c. Florence, fine straw,
silk, willow and other Bonnets of the latest styles ;
a rplendid assortment pfartificial flowers. Ai-o,
a good assortment of Slippers; Morocco and leather
Shoes, Brosans, Boots, Hats, Ate. ice.
Hardware & Cutlery.
Trace and halter Chains; Hoes; Nails; table and
pockerCutlerv; German silver, Britannia, and 'ron
tea and table Spoons; Razors ; rim, stock, closet,
chest, and pad Locks ; Sheep Shears ; Drawing
Knives ; cutting Knives; corn and grass Scythes;
Gimblets; Latches and Bolts; Brads; Tacks, &. &c.
TheT have just received, bale superior lindgc port o
olv Seine Twine. 3 cods Steam Packing Yarn,
Raft Rone. I hhd. winter stram-
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bbls. i rain un, oou
Linseed Oi Whitlpmnre's real loTton oarus,
Coffee Mills, cast rood Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assorted Hoop
Iron, with a email assortment of Swedes and Eng
lish Bar hon : together with a heavv Stock of flat,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Hods, contained in shed joining tneir Store, but
along with the current news of the da-. The edi
tor will continue to devote all his energies to the
improvement of "The Union.' He hnds many
accomplished men in this city. 1 lie adimnistra
tion has brought with it a considerable accession of
talents. Several tried and distinguished members
of the democratic party have accepted office under
it. borne ol them have liberally contributed their
literary labors to vur benefit ; and we hope to en
list others in our service. Besides, the time is not
far distant when the editor intends tocallolher
talents to his assistance. His ambition is, to
make his paper worthy of the metropolis of the
Union, lie is persuaded that, with the faclities
which his position enables him to employ; with the
official and other materials placed within his reach
and with the aid of the correspondence which he is
attempting to establish in foreign countries, a paper
- i w i i i i . i . . . . .
may oe puonsneo, which is noi unworthy ot the
support of his country. In undertakinlhe task
he knew he had many difficulties to overcome, many
lessons to learn, many sacrifices to encounter. He
knew that, amid Ihe arduous cares o! a new thea
tre, he could not at first do justice even to himself
hut his zeal has never nagged. hat enthusiasm
and industry can effect, will be fully accomplished
.Some errors he may have already committed. Bu
upon one point, he can speak with great pleasure
and with equal freedom. The null who are ad
ministering- this government are working men,
anxious, as he believes, to do their duty, to seive
their country, to carry out the pledges under which
the President was elect d nnd the grtat principles
of the party. So long as thcadministratioii is con
ducted in this spirit, and upon those principles, he
is prepared 1o co-operate with them in the public
service; and to give them, as he promised in his
prospectus, "a fair, liberal, and efficient support."
We feel a deep sense of gratitude forthe prompt
manner in which our political liiends, in every sec
lion of the country, have already come forward to
sustain the "Union." Alay we not hope that our
friends throughout the United States will continue
to assist our labors, and prevail upon their friends
lo tke some one edition of the "Union ?"
As this will be the long session of Congress, and
will probablv last eight months, we have Concluded
to publish the Congressional Union and Appendix
on the following
For The Congressional Union, Si 50 per copy.'
For The Appendix, $1 50 per copy.
Clubs will be furnished with Ten copien of either
the above works for 12; Twenty-five copies for
EXTRA WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY
r or the accommodation ot those who desire a
paper printed at the scat of government during the
session of Congress only, we will furnish them the
Extra Union as follows:
Semi-Weekly, One copy . 82 50
" - Six copies 13 00
" " Twelve copies 24 00
Weekly, O le copy $1 t:0
" " Twelve copies 10 00
" Twentv-live copi s 20 00
Will be furnished hereafter to yearly subsci ibers,
Daily, per year, for Sne copy $10 00
" " " Five copies 40 00
One copy 5 CO
Five copies 20 CO
Ten copies 3 00
One copy 2 00
Five copies 8 00
" " Ten copies 15 00
IdP No attention will be paid to any ordej, un
less the money accompanies it.
imTliose" desiring complete copies of the Con
gressional Union and Appendix, will please send
us their names previous to the first day of Decem
5CZr We will willingly pay the postage on all
letterh containing Five Dollar and upwards.
Other letters directed to us, with the postage un
paid, will not be taken out of the office.
Washington, August 16. 1345.
RITCHIE & IIEISS.
DR. TYLER'S VEGETABLE
FEVER AMD AGUE FILLS.
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 il taken according to
directions, they are a certain cure. A long list ol
certificates in proof of their infallibility, might be
added, but those upon the directions are deemed
sufficient. Try them and be convinced that the
are the in. si effectual and certain and the very best
remedy ev. r off. red to the public, to insure a per
manent and lasting cin e.
Bragg'a Store, Lowndes co, A'a.
April 29, IS 15.
To Or (J. iv. Tyler :
Dear Sir This may certify that after using
many preparations for the cure ot Chills an if Fe
ver, and expending some forty-five dollars in phy
sician s bills, without any benefit, I procured a box
ofDr G K Tyler's Fever and Ajue Pills, at one
dollar, which cured me effectually, after 1 had si.f
fered with this distressing and unpleasant com
plaint lor twelve months. 1 have Known them
used in thirty cases, and not a box has (ailed. 1
believe them to be the very best and most safe and
certain cure tor arue and ftver that can be used,
and unequalled a- a tonic restorative, in all debili
tated conditions of the system. E MYRES.
jtJZP" Price 31 per box with full directions. For
sale in Fayettevilie wholesale and retail at New
York prices, bv E J HALE,
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T WARD,
J H &. J MARTINE.
And may be found on inquiry in all the cities and
villages in the bouthern and V estern Stale.
August 1G, 1845 33S
5 Hhds. prime Porto Rico Su"ar.
3 do do New Orleans do.
30 Bass green Rio CoftVe,
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,
2 do. N. E. Rum,
50 Sacks Liverpo? Salt, at our old stand, foot
1 Aprf. 19, IS45. 321 -tf.
MAGNIN'S LUCINA CORDIAL.
FOR the sure and speedy cure of Incipient Con
sumption, tJarrenncs, lmpotency, L.iicnorce or
Whites Gleet, Obstructed, difficult or painful
iVl ens: mat ion, Incontintinence of Urine or involun
tary discharge thereof, and forthe generai prostra
tion of 1'ie system, no matter whether the icsult of
inherent causes, or ot causes produced by irregu
laYity, illness, or accuh nt.
1 he wide-spread celebrtv ot this wondeiful and
nesrimable cordial, in bo'h hemispheres, is a suf
eficieni guarantee for Us quick and positive success
in curing all th.; above affections a-od complaints.
Nothing can be more surpr sing i han 'tsinvigorat
inr fleets on the human Irani'. Person all weak
ness and las-itude before taking it, at once become
robust and full of energy under its influence.
It immediately counteracts the nrrvelessness and
looseness of I he female frame, which is the only
cause of barrenness ;' and which, prior to Dr Mas-
run's discovery, was considered to be incurable.
And it speedily removes the impediments produced
by physie.il prostration, which frequently deter m- n
from getting mari ied. Language, indeed , cannot
do iostice to the merits of the Luoina Cordial.
which is regarded by the heads of the faculty, in
all parts of the world, as one of the ino3t important
rneoicai orcoveries ot any agp.
r or sale at IN ew I ork prices bv
G R FRENCH,
Wilmington. N C.
August 16, 1845 333
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscribers, having witnessed tbsvtrv
successful operation of HOTCH KISS'S VERTlV
CAL WATER WHEELS, at Archibald Graham's
Mill in Fayettevilie, in May ar.d June last, were
induced to purchase the Right for the entire Stnto.
of North Carrilina, and now offer individual Rig 1. 1
for sale on very reasonable Ifrm. They have
now on hand Seventeen full st ts of Wheels, an
have made arrangements lo keep a constant sup
Besides being generally adoptrd in the Northern
Estates, there are already twelve saws in Slid cstl'il
operation in this State, and eight others in process
of erection. The astonishing -row er and spc d ot
thege Wheels have been witncssid by hundreds f
citizens of this Slate, with Universal appprol ation.
And we desire all who may ftl an interest in the
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd Gri'ham,
Col. A lex'r Murchi son, Christopher M unroe, Alex'r
William, Arch'd AlcLnurin. J. Mi-Daniel, John
Cade, Mrs.Effy McFad f n, in this County' ; Col.
Jchn C- McLnurin, in Richmond County; Thos.
C. Smjth in Li .'a den County ; nnd Hardy Royal I j
Sampson County; to each of whom we IteU-r
for information as to the i radical operation ofthess
Persons who apply soon for Rights can ha v
them put up by work mm who have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotchki-ts himself.
The Proprietors of t he right of ibis Wheel in the
Slate oi North Carolina, have received the follow,
Fayettevilie, Ftb'y 3, 1845,
We, the Subsci ibeis, residing in the Ccnnlv of
Cumberland and State rf North Carolina, having
been engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for nin
ny years, feel fnllv, warranted in mating, that HoU h
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, nnd
iheir appendages, are woilhy of the patronage cf nh
mill owners, and that we have full confidence i:i
their superiority ; .flt the value of Mills will he
very much enhanced hy t In i r introduction. 1 hey
arc more durable, and easier kept in order when
propei ly put togtli'r thnn the con men Flittjef.
VheiI:ihey will save at least one-third of the
water, and run well in back water whrn there is.
head above. I be speed of the Saw is increased
from one-half to double ihe strokes per minute.
C. P. MALLETT.
ANGUS O A M E R ON ,
JOHN C.McLAUKIN, .
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also reef iyed a cetlificate from Col
Alexander Murchison, (which will be published
hereafter among others in handbill form,) in w hich
he speaks of tld as "the greatest improVrnu nt,
made on Saw Mills in rny fhis time ;" says t hn t
his Saw will cut 5C00 feet in a day; it actually rut
on the day before he wrote, 4CS3 feet of 1 inch
Quarter Boards; makes 240 strokes in a minntt :
that one-half of the water is saved; and conclidr
by recommending its adoption to Mill owners.
Other certificates, which have been promia
will be published herenfir r,
ARCHIBALD McL A UC H LI N.
ALFRED A. McKETHAN.
Fayettevilie, March 15, 1845. 3IC-tf.
it ' a
10,000 SEGARS some very fine
fjr sale by GEO. McNEILL.
Aug. 16, 1345.
THE great celebrity of this unrivalled composition,
especially in the N orthern States, leaves the pro
prictor but little need to suy any thing in its fayor;
. i it . .. ...... I I .i .
tor il has been generally couceoeu io n mat it is.
beyond all comparison, the best remedy for external
complaint-i that has ever been discovered. Indeed,
the speed and and ceitainty of its operations Wave
the appearance of miracles : as ulcers, wounds.
corns, fever sores, chilblains, white swellings, bilts
piles, fpider aid snake bites, tc, immediately ield
to it superhuman innuence. x nus, u properly ap
nlicd. it will remove an inveterate corn, or break
and heal a bile in five days, will allay and perfectly
cure an ulcer in two weeks; and die most desper
ate cases of white swellins that can be imagined
t have been des' roved by it in less than tw o months
In tffe cites ot poi-o;nQ"S leptues, us cincaey is
tru'j' surprising, and even in the bite ol a rabid dog
for it aoniied in time, its powers ot attraction are
sn wonderful that it will atonce arrest the poison
and thus prevent it fiom pervading the sjs'em. It
is likewise greatly 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 everv external bodily evil that may fall
to the lot of man or beast.
The proprietor has rec-ived at least a thousand
fart i fif-sl an fl other rlm-innenlf. in favor of I"
Specific Ointment, upwards of a hundred of which
w'eie written hy respectable members of the medi
cal faculty. ,
For sale in Fayettevilie at New York prices, by
E J HALE,
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T WARD,
t H & J A1AK11.L.
And maybe found on inquiry in all ihe cities and
f it f R4S
.--g- nltrillll It ,r..l-
WxMdm l vQjJCv U II i--ly
inform the citizens
of Fayettevilie and the public
generally, tint he has taken
the stand recently occup'td.
by E.J.Clark, on Gillc-ni
rSlrect,5 doors South of the
Market Square, where be will
"""manufacture nnd kmn con.
star.tly on hand an assortment of
ri.N AiNJJ SHEET IRON WART..
Persons wishing to purchase would do well to
all anil examine his stock before purchasing else
where, as he is determine d to sell as chean as nv
othr manufacturer in th Slate.
BAhf.llSe.fan entirely new pattern.
ROOFING done in the lastest stvle. anil l,pt
manner. Also UU TTI-RING
Aug. 17, 1844.
26 1 -y
25 Barrels Herrings just received and fr sale
by " GEO. McNEILL.
August 16, 1845.
A first rate GUITAR.
August, IS. 145.
A nniv to
333 -3 w.
Doctors CAMERON & MALLETT may, for
the present, be found at the office of Mr Thos. L.
HyHart, a few doors south of the Court House.
Cottage and other fashionable Bonnets, for sa!e
by GEO. McNEILL.
Aug. 16, 1849.
THE subsrriber f-els truly lliankfol for Ihe very
liberal pctronage he ha received from the citizens
of Fayettevilie", nnd th; public generally; and as
his terms of hiring Horses and conveyances, and
hoarding hor'C", are very moderate, he most re
spectfully solicits a continuance ol patronage.
Hisf-nns of hiring are ns usiinl, except fhoo
who hire ion' S t r conveyanc es and damage them
by unfair management, are req'uirrd to pay t ho.
damage, lie has recently nddt-d ihrte fxcellcn
horses lo his former flock, which will enable him
to supply every call for horses.
T. J.MIMS, Ag't.
C7These indebted to nie will please make
payment; and those who hire horses hereafter are
requested to pay for the hire of Ihem when the
horse is returned, as 1 have not time to call upor
them for pay. T. J. M.
July 12, 1845. 320-y.
I WISH to sell my land Iving on Big Rw-kfith,
being about 2000 acres of good turpentine land,
with a good stream for carrying It lo marliet, navi
gable at any time while there is wafer enough for
boats to rnn between Fayettevilie anil Wilming
ton. Title indisputable.
... ALEXANDER WILLIAMS.
July 12, 1345. 333-tf.
TEA AND CHOCOLATE.
Young Hyson " I TEA.
Hyson ' f
ChocoUte NV for 1, -.