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'CHARACTER IS' AS IMPORTANT JiJ STATES AS IT IS TO INniTIDUALS; AND THE GLORT Or THE STATE IS THE COMMON PROPERTT OP ITS ClfiMfcNS."
BY VM BAYXE
-. r T-II r 4 WOT.fWt ATM "
TERMS OF T--
F.r '"''., a, ,i, end of nix months 3 00
I I ! . -
al tin! end of the year
li.ites ot .UTerusuis
.ft.- a A ft
q i ire f r tin first, and thirty ccnta
!i ; v eft"'
.- ...I, aii'llftfl
rir - i ...ii, I I
A. 'ivertumg 1V til ! year will ue c.wrgeu -'u"'b
,'ttl . quantity of matter inserted.
,urt Ivertlann mts, &c, 15 per cent higher.
iTO M N I T Y
V o-ainst loss or damage by Fire.
'TilE WILLLYMSBURCbFIRE INSU
CAPITAL. $ 105,000.
tJJJice in Graul near First Street, fVtltiams-
' burst, apposite the City of .Yew York.
Agency Ofict, WAlt Building, G2 Wall it.,
A.i lr-w C 15 -ncdici,
i'rt lerisrli VV Farrc,
J eruuii h Joh. .,
.1 i S'iill'ion,
nl. Will t.
Abr'ni T. Bfkerek,
Francis St- inheil,
Sam I H. Clapp,
Job i Le'srctr,
Chs. O. Handy,
Lencci ichardson ,
S'ich'ila WyckotT. "
v.Y3illN3TON PS T, Agont, .New York.
THK. W il'.i i ni'nir ' Fire Iiura'ce Company,
f. ..-. , Ii.-., morale I bv an act ofth Lsila
i.,r-..ft!icSit of New Y.r'f for ma purpctoe
... Fire tsra,ce. the Directors offer to I naure their
n.v. . h .! ?Uut the Unite. I States
Aiuiiist L ss or Damage by Fire,
n.'ii.ii,! , (1 . . 1 , and M.-n-.h indise, and I cr-
i r . . .Z..'. ...rll' nM-iiirll if lln:m that the
..r.;,- ..I ,!,,. O ,m i riv. s'i;i!l be conducted With
',. .'r :..'.! li'.eralitv as ih'V trust
w.;lent:tl; 'it to publiee.i.iS lence atw pat ronage.
The S i:vm iler, Agenl fir the ale Com
v..;i .rive any further i n'ormalio.i that may
b- iJ"pe I liv tho-! who wis i to I ure.
.IA.MKS M A 11 1IXK, Asinnt4
Il iy Street
THE R'llm rib -r
olf rs hi- !"c i es
to the cit'
xii" oi i u i ,l ' 1 1 i 1 , . u-t;
a l hopes'hv pro npt attcr.lion to busini-as to share
,,.i:t f ih- tmh! c p..troiiae. " hdbli;
IK III I' JV-IU-Vlll
. i-i ii
AND VIXK CUKWIN'Ci T015.VCC0.
r . t .-...4. ..I in- tli arrivals unollier
,.......,,t ol ihr; i i lohr:it. d "l,:eswin
en l i
rifir Mrlli'I III '1 ''lit
i:i boxes i-i
fit It.-, and :t -.tpplv ot G i Imore's sooi rlor pound
loMn Al-o, J.isto Sands, -'Spread Ivifflo bruiia
; l so-o- fin- lluvorcd "Manuel Rendon" scgar
i ii ? miv
liox s lor salo, at sni.-iii ai.n'n
i-.l:r.- f o il abroad prompt
fav. .r.ible t'-Wi.
A-ii."ist 9. IS 15.
!v i'tt' n ii'o io on iiiubi
' COOK & TROY.
Just Received on Consignment,
Fie ich Brandy,
40 boxes No. I iio.tp. . . ,
March 15. 1345. 316-tf
N 0 T I (! E
phi.' ...u..-r;tir Ii:i4 in -t received a ?
1 I 1 ' J - ' I . I i v J
Fine Crockery and Glass Ware
For sale T. S. LUTTERLOH.
August 8. !!'. y.
CHEAP & NEW
HAT, CAP, AND SHOE
(' Call antl try, before tjoit bittf:')
rilE Subscriber has l iken the Store ;i -xt door
tiovc t!i ' .Vop- ot .Messrs u. Uoxe c tt, wnere
ii i now ope img a well .el--ite.il Sok ofthe
jibove ait cb s. (Pl itad -Iphia and New Von; .nan
iiliietorv,) and will -oll "Ciikap '' f-r Cah or mi
fashionable Beaver Hat.
iiii-iliinn brim no
t ishionaltlc Russia "
" ine'iiiiiii brim do "
broad do lo '
fa-!ible Mob- Skin
Me i and Boy's round crown drab and blue Rabbit
!.''.. 11 ..t.. '
.VI l 1 .1 I J .
B do white anci tnac:
The asottm nt embrace various kimls" bt Bea
ver. UitHsia, For. ilk, and Wool Hats, made by
tin-best of workmen, and will be warranted ii
A -en ral assortment of Fur, Cloth, Seal, Scalette,
and Glared Caps, for Men, Youths, Boy-, and
Children. Very low."
Together with a" genera! assortment of Men's,
Woimn's. Youth's, Boy's, Mis-es', nnd Children's
soots & dsossj
Which w ill be found of good quality and sizes,
at " reduced prices."
WANTED S1000 worth of Ot-
ter. Mink. Cnn p . m;. c... M...L- rgt nnl
for which a "libera!" price will be
A. J. ERAMBERT.
October 1 t, 1845.
HOUSE jjj0R SALE
I OFFER at priratealc,m framed bouse on Hav
mount, adjoining Airs Marsh and Mr Tas. A
Byrn-. If not di -posed of at private sale by No
rember Court o! Cumberland countv, wiU i, POj
on Tuesday, at Ii o'cldok. at the Market House.
For terms apply to Jas. Kyle or H. Branson.
WM. L. GILMORE.
Oct. II, 1855. 346-ts.
Anv nprson wishing lo purchase mv Dwelling
House, corner Mumford and Donaldson streets,
can know tho terms on application to the sub
ertber. W L. G.
Gardner & XZcBLetlian,
HAVE lately made considerable improvement in
their stvle of Work, and have now on nana a
ERAL ASSORT A111.W 1 consiaiing ol
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
Which for elegance of rhapc and finish, and dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in the U States.
P. i-h.113 wishing to boy, would do wfclMo call
and examine our work, as we have determined to
aell LOW for Cah, or approved notes.
flavinein our employ firt rate Sml'hs, we are
prepare dto do any liri wofk in ibo abbve Hne on
inod-rate terms. , - ,
We warrint all odr wfk to Be of good and faith
ful wfkm.mrrlip nnd materia), f..r one year.
JCJ REPAIRING! faithfully executed at short
noM e, and on reasonable terms.
Favettevdle, Febiuary 8, 1345. y.
Ami Sojournersin Fnyettevillc
MRS. E. SMITH is
till TrepaTd to ntcr-
tain (JenMemen aixi L.aiis
ll r table is always
ojournirir in r a yell vi.ir.
a crriod as Lllf! IH3.rKri siioru.-. out s
: fiord.-. She has good sta
till s aritl hostlers, and attsntive wsiitr-rs, and
spcctftilly solicits a continuance of public p:itronae
Her residence is so v II Known mai h neci no
..ri. tlon. i-xf-rtioiis will be aarel to ive
tat isl'zifl ifin.
Sinrf tli. hitft ili!sf rnci i vi fir? which le-troved
the Hotel, ahu has enlargfd her means of aecommo
3;ttion bv n-nfiiiff tho house directly opposite,
where slu; has several sood airy roems, for sleep-
1-Vh. I. 1815. Sll.-tf-
THE subscriber will
oontintK- to carrv on the
NESS on his individual
account, one door west of
the Methodi-st Church,
and nenrly nppo?ite the
Post Offire; and from past
experience lie flatter? him
self he can give satisfac
tion to such as patronise
him. He hfipesby his un-tiiin.-:
exeitions to please,
anil hi? jitlention to
.-hare of put ronai;e.
Aiiir. 3 1815. .
business, to merit a lioeral
DANIEL CLAP. K.
Burned out, bul not eulii tlij consumed,
Only pretty considerably searched ! ! !
SADDLER & HARNESS
M A H U ll
RETURNS his sincere thanks to the public forlhe
liberal share of patronage heretofore bestowed up
on him, and hope (hat as he row r qnircs a con
tmuance of their custom, to enable him to recover
f.-om the severe scorching recoi.cd in the late tire,
it will not be withheld. His ft lend?, and such as
will i.lense to rail at his shop, on South side ot
Person street, next door but one to the corner ol
Di'.K, will find a to'crable stock in his line, with
iI.p h,at workmen, wiliin-' and ready to ple:ise in
anv i b and p-D'airing Sine, ui the shortest notice
June 53, 1845.
THE Subscribers fake this opportunity of re.nrri
ing their warmest thanks to their friends and pa
trons, and the publie gerterally fbr llieir liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon them; also for the kind
sympithies manifested to them in the latecalaniiiy
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on the morning of the 10th inst.; audio Capt .1
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Old., and Mr GA
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, tor tneir Kinunvsp
in wivitiffthem notice, and of hers in
ing neighborhooil ol the
fire, by th5 discharge ot
cannon. Having open- d the Store m aily oppo
site, they hope soon to r-utue business, and would
most respectfully solicit the patronageof their friends
tfnd the public, and shall hope to merit a share of
public ptftroi. age. They have on hand intlnir
Warehouse, Salt, Iron. Molasses, Sugir, Smiths'
Bellows and Vises, Log Chains, G superior W rougUl
Iron Mill Cranks. Also, Anvil.-, Vises,- Trace
Chains, and heavy articles ol 1 ladwares. parfuilly
fch ih'ev will sell low
lor Cash tit Produce. They would n!o earnestly
!ash ef Produce
st all ffri3fe indel
reo it ikI aft ihn imlobti il lo them bv note or oc-
conn lo make immeiiiate paymeni, as 11111 enrfic
tWtm ro clo?6 tfftir fornu r bu.inrss and rtcofii-
inrtcbted will take I he rtfrlics
opportunity to' seftle their accounrs. ,
J. H.& J. MARTlNE.
- : 1 1 ii
arch I, IS45. 314-tf.
They have jrst received, hale superior Bridgeport 3
ply heme 1 wine, 3 cods bteam Fucking Yarn,
Manilla, Seine, and Raft Rope, I hhd. winter strain
ed Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Trair. Od, 300 galls.
Linseed Oil, W hittemore's real Cotton Cards,
Coffee Mills, cast good Wagon and Cart Boxes,
250 gross Wood Screws, 20 bundles assfarted Hoop
Iron, with a small assortment ot Swedes and Eng
lish Bar lion ; togVther with a heavv Stock of flat,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band iron and Kails,
Rods, contained in snea joining ineir dtare but
BOOTS & SHOES !! !
m THE Subscriber an-
wFJ . - pounces to his friends and thepub
TPI nmt ic in general that he has opened
(j-N his shop oa Hay street, opposite
Mr George McNeill's, where he is PParelto
make to order or repair hne ana coarse dwio
and SHOES, both for gentlemen anu iau., ...
most approved and modern styles. He assures
such as Will favor him with Mfeircft'tnm, that he
will warrant hi work to be done i h the best style,
by the best workmen, and ofthe best materials that
can be procured, tie feels confident t tat anv
work passing out of his hands cannot be surpassed
by any done here or elsewhere, and he hopes by
close application to business and a studious effort
I of publi
to please, not only to merit but receive a tair snare
June 17, 1815. 330-lv.
The subscribers have entered into a Honartner-
hip. under th firm of
5. W- Beatty c Co.,
For the transaction of
A General Commission R
In the luicn of Wilmington, .V. C.
They will irive particular attention to the sale
of Timber, Lumber, and Naval Stores ; the receiv-
me anu mrwarain; ooos, and the sale and pur
chase of goods for the back country.
m f . . r- ma . -
incy wouiu respeeiniiiy solicit a portion of pub
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction: H. W. BEATTY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
July 19, 1845. 334-tf.
. BAR SOAP.
rrnH.E sub.M;rib. r offers for sale ONE HUN
JJ. DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAP, manufac
tured nt the "Fayettevi!I (N.C.) Cantlle Factory,"
anil .warranted t qual it not superior to Colgate's
oest ivo. I.
Bcj ig determined to devote all necessary atten
tion tothc UuslnefiS; and off -ring it at a reduced
price, (5 cents a pburid l the box,) he hopes to
receive a one snare ol public patronage.
CZr All orders thankfully received and prompt
ly atteadrd to.
W. McL. MtKAY.
Fayeitevlllr, May 24,844
iOd,000 Acres Valnalile
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
I. 1 . . . .1 r7 . . c a l : .1
iiuiij;iij' 10 i in; EjSiaic 01 Aoram uumii?, ut.u
lyins principally in 'tolieson county, and on bot
sides of Lumber River, the different siirvevs ton
taininjr ovor ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES : a l:irrc part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, whre 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, being in a region wnere ine
l urpentine yields more abundantly Irian any ouicr
section ofthe Statp. The Lands will be sold at a
low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
Information respecting the title can be obtained
by applying to the Hoi. Robert Strange, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq., (Attorneys at
1 understand thereare many trespassers on these
lands, to all of whom notice is hereby given, that
the law will he enforced against all such oflenders.
Application for any part of the Lands can be
made to mvself. or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will he duly authorized to make sale of the sams.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayct'ev-IIe, N.C, March I, 1815. 314-tf.
A. M, CAMPBELL,
Having been appointed
AUCTIONEER - -
For the town of Fayetteville, is prepared to attend
to the sale of any goods which may be entrustd to
Consignments from abroad will be promptly at
April 19j 1815. 321 -y.
Fire iProof Moofs.
THE undersigned is ready to contract for the cov
ering of roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
zinc, and will execute promptly any work he may
contract for, and for small profits.
June 21, 1S15. 330-tf. F. T. WARD.
THE Subscriber respect
fullv informs the citizens
of Fayetteville, and the
public serierallv. that he
will continue the TAIL
ORING BUSINESS in
al! its different branches,
on the most favorable
terms, at the old stand.
formerly occupied byClark
& McCallum, and nenily
o; posi'e Messrs H. & E,
J. Liliv, and hopes by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share
of patronage. J. D. McCALLUM.
Aug. 30, 1345. 34'-tf
TEA Afrft CHOCOLATE.
Young Hvson " ! .r.,
Hvson " "
Black " j
Chocolate ?io. 1, for sale hv
Aug. 16, 1845.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS,
At his new stand, (Foot of Hayrnonot,)
IS now opening an entirely new stock of
STAPLE AJVD FAJYCY
Embracing a great variety of Ladies drt-ss goods,
of latest styles, viz : Cashmere de Ecosses ; Rep.
Cashmeres; Muslin de Lains. (Ombra shade):
Rainbow, Tarlatan, and Ombra shaded Muslins;
white, tmbroidered, and color d Tarletan do.;
French Muslin Robs ; Dress Silk, &c; mourning
Shawls and fancy do., (Isfrge and mall) ; French
worked under and over Collars ; double revired
and hemstitched Handkerchief.--; fine Bonnets, viz:
Milanese, Florence, Braid, Straw, Stlk, and Bom
bazine; Rosset I e, Taffeta and satin Ribbons; silk,
worsted, and cotton Hose. Also a general assort
nient of Gentlemen's Wei, together with a full
Groceries, Hardware, and
CROCKERY, all of which will be sold at the low
est market prices, Foot of Haymou'tft; at the'orc
house formerly occupied by J. C. & G. B. Atkins.
Oetober 4, 1845. 345-y.
THE Subscribers have removed to the Store for
merly occnnied hv W. L". Rilmore. three doOrs
above Lib tit Point, and opposite G. W. McDon
ald's Saddle Establishment, w here thev are now
receiving a new selection of
PALL AND WINTER
Purchasers are invited to call and examine their
Clothing before purchasing elsewhere. Call soon
and see these goods, as they will be sold low.
LIEBENSTEiN & BROTHER
Sept. 27, 1845. 313-tf.
NOVEMBER 1: 1845.
Jutt received and fur sale by
R. W: IIARDIE.
October Hi 1845. 347-il.
State of Vortii Cardllna-Cumberland county.
Court of PUas and Quarter Sessions Sep
tember Term, 1S43.
Cook & Troy vs. Mdlcbin J. McKay.
Original Attachment---Levied on fh def-indan's'
interest m negroes and land John McKay stim-
moned as Garnishee.
IT appeariri? to the sati.'f jdidn of the Court that
Malcoin J McKaj, the defendant in this case, hath
removed from this State, Cr so conceals himselfthal
the usual piocers of liw cannot oe served on him.
it istnerefdre ordered that publication be made for
sit Weeks in tho North Carolinian, for the defend
ant to appear at the next term of this Court to be
h Id for sa d county at the Court House in Fay
etteviiie, on the first Monday in December next,
and replevy and plead, or judgment by default
will be entered up arainst him. and the riroHerty
levied on be condemned to satisfy the plaintiff's
Witness, John McLnurin, clerk of our said Court
at Office in Fayettevilb-, tho first Monday of
September, A U, 1845.
October 1 1 , 1845. 347 -6t
J. W. U5AK.ER
IS now receiving his large and
general assortment of
from line Hair Seat Mahogany,
down to (He common Windsor;
purchased by h:msclf for cash al
tiie manufactories fit Philadel
phia, rJew York, and Boston,
which will be sold as low:rrola.
bly lower, than any in the market. Also, a gen
eral assortment of !L5)lSaj3 il32333
rich Mahogany frames ; an assortment of Phila
delphia made Curled Ha r MATTRESSES, with
large assortment of
Of his own manufacture, comprising all the arti,
cles usually kept in a Furniture Ware Room, viz :
Sideboards, Bureaus, Secretary and Book Cases,
Tables, W Td robes, spring scqt and plain Sofas-
Divans, Arm1 Rockinir Chairs, French and Post
Mahogany Bedsteads, curled and bird -eve Maple
do., patent windlass Bedsteads, &c. &c., all of
which will be sold on the most reasonable terms
for CASH, or on time to punctual customers.
Sept. 27, 1345. 344 tf.
Croton Insurance Company.
Office, No. 35 Wall Streel,
Adjoining tfie Mechanics' Bank, in the Citv of
THIS Company Injures Marine, Inland Navi
gation, 1 ransportation, and brc Risks. Bv its
Charter the profits are to be paid back to the n-
surcd, in proportion to the amount of Premiums
nnid lv them resoectivel v. The rates arid terms
of Insurance will be moderate and liberal, and the
assured subject to no responsibility.
TliUU l fcilis.
S A Lawrence,
Edwin R Tremain,
S M Crandall,
J Leander Starr,
William B Cnzzcns,
Herman D Gould,
Theodore A Meyer,
W II Townsend,
John T Gilchrist,
Charles L Vose,
George C De Kay,
Joseph B Nones,
Asa S Crosby,
John J Herrick.
Abraham Van Nest,
John B LaSala,
E T Aldricb,
. William Burgoyne,
J H Suydam,
SAMUEL A.LAWRENCE. Pres't.
JOSEPH B. NONES, Vice Pres't.
NICHOLAS CARROLL, Sec'y.
Capt. SAML. CANDLER, Marine Insp.
Also, Insp. for "Lloyd" for the port of N.York.
0C3 The undersigned, as Agents of the
above Company, will be pleased lo receive ap
plications for lustitnnce.
STAKK & PKAUCE;
Fayetteville, Sept. 27, 1845. 344-tf.
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now
Fall and Winter supplvof
consisting in part of blue, black, invisible green,
an-1 steel mix"d Cloths; Pilot Cloths; black, and
fancy Cassimcrcs; Sattincts; Kentucky Jeans;
Tweeds; Si!k and Tabby Velvets; Satin and Val
encia Vesting; Prints; Crape and Muslin-de-Lai
ns; Cash'iicre-de-Eeosse ; plain and fig'd Al-pa'-cas
; plaid Linseys ; sjlk, cottttuj and vool
bawls; silk and cottori Ha-ide -chidfs ; Gloves;
Hosieiy ; Ribbons; thread arid rrfu'slin Edgings
and Insertings; rlannels; Kerseys; licking
negro Blankets ; fine Bed ditto.
Hats, Shoes, Umbrellas, Bonnets,
and Fur and Cloth Crips.-
Allot which will be offered at the Joifet market
-a -w s- m w w -m v
prices. tli 6c u.. j. IjI il, i .
Fayetteville, Sept 20, 1843. 343 8w
STATIOXERt1, SlJi'DIXCJ, &.C.
R. W. HARDIE S
New Books, and Stationery, together iith an en
tue new Book binding apparatus.
lie has opened a store next door to the t ost Ol
fice, where he w ill be glad to s"upp'y his friends and
October 4, 1845. 145-y
MR. & MRS. HARDIN'S
Board ins: anil Iay School f r
THE Exercises of this School will be resumed
on Wednesday the I5:b inst.. and will lie contin
ued witliout uilcimision (except the customary
holidays,) until the time of removal into the coun
try in the Summer.
The Pupils will he divided into three classes,
with the following terms of Tuition, per Qaiarter
Junior, 6 00 French Language, S3 03
M ustc, per Quarter, 8
Middle. 8 0o Contingencies. 55
Senior, 10 1)0
Board and Tuition in any ofthe English Claa
es,S5 per Session, consisting of two Ctuarters.
0 W. H- HARDIN.
October II, 185. 346-6w.
THE universal celebrity which this medicine baa
-a.no . every .ect.on of the country, and the
"J aetonwliing ciiim ft has effi-cie I. . Mth-
lishe.1 its efficacy beyond all doubt ; as a general
family medicine it has nO rival. In nil .....T. r;
diffeslion. bilious fevers dvcr.n.;. i:i"
plamts, sick heada.cho, jaundice, asthma, dropsv
piles. colic, worms, Dls.asc ofthe hoar:, and in all
affections of the stomach and bbwcls, Pners Pi, Is
will be found a riever-failing remedy.
To insure the full benefit df these celebrated
Pills, tliey should be kept in the house, so that up
on the first commencement of sickness they may be
resorted to. One dose then is better than a rfoten
after the disease has become established in the sys
tem. Peters' Pill are pu i ely vegetable, and so iino
cen' that the infant of a month old may use I hem,
if medicine ja required, not only with safety, hut
with a fcerftliritj of receiving all the benefit mrdi
cirie is capable b'f imparling. Females rhy use
ihem during ail the critical periods of their lives.
Peters1 Pills will insure their health and produce
regularity in all the functions of life.
i'.-J Price 25 and 50 cts. p r box. For sale in
Fayetteville wholesale and retail; at New York
SAM;L J. hInsdale.
- J.H. & J.MARTI.NE,
Ana may be totfnd on inquiry in all ihe cities and
villages in the Southern and Western States.
August 16, 1845. 338.
DR. TYLEfTS VEGETABLK
FEVER' AJiD 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 crtain cure. A long list of
certificat' s in proof of their infallibility, might bi
added, but those upon the directions are deemed
suffic ient. Try them and be convinced that thev
are the most effectual and certain and the very best
remedy ever ottered to tbe public, to insure a per
manent and lasting cure.
flraS Store, Lowntles co, A'a."
Auril 29. 1845.
To DrG.K. Tyler:
ucar oir lnis may certify tnat alter using
many preparations for the cure ot Chills anil Fe
ver, and expending some foity-five dollars in phy
sician's bills, without any benefit, I procured a box
of Dr G K Tyler's Fever and Ague Tills, at one
dollar, which cured me effectually, after 1 had st.f
fered with this distressing and unpleasant com
plaint lor twelve months. I have Known them
used in thirty cases, and riot a box has (ailed. I
believe them to be the very best and most safe and
certain cure for ague and fever that can be used,
and unequalled as a tonfe restorative, in all debili
tated condi! ions of the sysf em. E MYRES.
'rCJ Price Si per box wi h' fuli directions. For
sale in Fayetteville wholesale and retail at New
Yof k prices, by . . . .
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
J H & J MARTINE.
And rrJay be found otv innuiry ,n th. eitioa tJ
villages in trie fcout'.iern and Western States.
August 16, 1845 33S
MAGNIN'S LUCINA CORDIAL.
FOR the sure and sreedy cure of Intf picKt Con
sumption, uuircnncfcs, impotency, l.iiclinrcc or
White, Gleet, Obstructed, difficult or painful
Menstruation, Incontintinencc of Urine or involun
tary discharge thereof, ar.d for the generai prostra
tion of the sy stem, no matter w hether the lesull of
inherent causes; or of causes produced by irregu
larity, illness, or accidnt.
The wide-spread celeb r ty of this wondeiful and
nesrimahle cordial, in both hemispheres, is suf
eficient guarantee for its quick and positive success
in curingall th; above affections aad complaints.
Nothing can be more surpr sing than 'tsinviorat
ing f ffects on the hitman trunie. Persorts ail weak-
ri- ss and las itude before taking if, at once become
robust and full of energy under Its influence.
It immediately counteracts the nervelessness and
looseness of the female frame, which is the only
cause of barrenness ; and which, prior to Dr Mag-
nin s icovcry, us considered to be incurabl .
And it speedily removes the impediments produced
by physica 1 prostration, which frequently deter ni n
from getting mars ivd. Language, indeed , cannot
do justice to the merits of t lie Lne.ina Cordial,
which is regarded by the heads of the faculty, in
all parts ofthe wc-rl.f, asoneoffhu most important
merfical discoveries of any age.
For smIc at New York pi ices hv
G R FRENCH.
W ilmiugton. N C.
t IC, 1815 333
THE great celebrity of this unrivalled composition,
especially in the Northern Statu?, leaves thj pro
prietor but little need to iay any thing in its fayor;
for it has been generally conceded to it that it is,
beyond ali comparison, the be?t retried v fr external
complain'.' :liatli;s ever been discovered. Indeed,
the sneed and and certainty of its operations kav
the appearance of miracles : as d'eers, wounds,
corns, fever sores, chilblains, white sw ellings, biles,
piles, rpider and snake bites,etc, immediately yield
to its superhuman influence, l nus, ii properly ap
plied, it will remove an inveterate corn, or break
and heat a bi!e fn five days, will allay and peifectly
cure an ulcer in two w-eks; and ill's most desper
ate cases of white swelling that can be imagined
have been destroyed by it in less than two uioatha
In the bites of poisonous reptiles, its efficacy is
tru'y surprising, and even in tbe bite of a rabid dog:
for if aiiowed in time, lis powers of attraction are
so wonderful that it will utoc: arrekt the poison
and thus prevent it fiom pervading life sys'etn. I
la filiewijtf crreai! v suoerior to anv medicine here
f lofore discovered for ihe chafed backs and limbs of
horses for tetters, ring Worm, chapped I'p and
in short, for every external bodily ev il that may tall
to the lot of man or beast ;
The Dronriefir ffas received at least a thousand
cr! i ficates ami other documents, in favor ol hi
Soeeific Ointment, upwards ol a JuifYdred of which
weie written by respectable members tf the di'i
For sale In Favettevifle at Xc w York prices, by
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T vAiii.
And may be found on fuquirv ; anJ
villag. in the Southern and W estern States.
August 16, 1845 333
GILLESPIE & ROBESON
Continue the iKaaSTS'St business, and will
make liberal Jwan:es on consignments of
Lumber," Naval Stores, &c, See.
Wiluiingtot.Sept. 20, 1815. 343-6in.
lOOOOSEG ARSsome very 6ne
for sale by GEO. McNEILL.
Aug: 16, 1845.- "
LVolnnie G ftuinbfcr 356
JOSEPH S tllTVV ir .
" . A1 oiicrs ins scr-
vif-ea as unde taker nrt K,,;i.t.. ....
.t... a ..."I-.-- .V'' u,e ltitena or
"""i iu wniuu ior ouiiuirp or iobbipf
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Subscriber, having witnessed lb verv
successful ooera' ion of HOTCHKISS'S VERT I.
CAL WATER WIIEKLS, at Archibald Graham's
Mill in Fayetteville, in May sr.d June last, were
imlnerd to pun base the Right tor the entire Slate
of North Carolina, nnd now cder individual Rights
for sale on very reasonib!e terms. Tliev harr
now on haml S venic n full st ts of Whetla. a;i
have made armngimtnts (o keep a constant
Besides beinp- rrnerallv ndtil-tfd In tt:P Nottbcrn
Stales, there arc n (ready tvelte suws in sucersfnl
operaiion in this State, and eil-.t o:hcrs in process
ot erection. The astnnithin? roncr nil chnil of
these Wheels have been witnessed hv hundreds of
citixen.i of this State, wi'th universal iiTDrobation.
And wc desire all ho may f.-el nn mrret in ihe
subject t examine the Mills ef Arch'd Graham,
Col. Alex'r Murehison. Christopher M nnroe, Alex'r
William, Arch'd MeLaurin. J. McDaniel. Jolm
aue, ,irs. r.iiy mir mven, in tins UountV ; Col.
John C. MeLaurin, in Richmond Countv;" Tho.
C. Smith in Bladen County : and Haidv Rovali in
Sampson County ; to each of whom we Refer
for information aa to the practical oj cittion of iLes
Persons whc apply soon for Rights can hate
them put up by workmen who have been instruct
ed by Air liotchkis himself.
The Proprietors of the right of Ibis Wheel in the
State of North Carolina, hare received the follcw.
Fjfycttcvillc. Fc b'y 3, 1645,
We, the Siibstribets, residing in the County of
Cumberland and ttate of North Carolina, having
beeu engaged in the manufacture of Lumber for ma
ny years, feel fully warranted in Misting, thai Ilotc h
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are woithy oflle patronage f alt
mill owners, and that we have full confidence in
their superiority ; .! the value of Mills will L
very much enhanced ! ihi ir introdnctiorw Thtf
are more durable, .and ensir; kept in order w hn
propei !y put together than the common Flutter
Wheel : ihey . will save af fcust one-tLIrd of th
water, and run well in bsck wafer whm there is
a bead above. Tbe speed of the Sa w is increased
from orie-ha!f to double fhe strokes per miuMlc.
DUNCAN M UN ROE.
C. P. MALLETT.
JOHN C. McLAURIN,
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also rec ived a certificate from Co?.
Alexander Miirchison, (which will be published
hevmtwmnng others in tiandntu lurm,) in w hich
he speaks of this as the greatest improvement
made on Saw Mills in my his-J time ;" says that'
his Saw wilt cut 5000 feet in a day ; it actually cut
on ihe day before he wrote, 4C83 feet of J inch
Cuailer Boards; makes 240 strokes in a minute;
that one-half of the water issavid; and concludes
byrecommending its stlopfion to Mill owners.
Other certificates, t liich hu re Lcen promise
will be publish d herenfier,
ALFRED A. McK ETHAN.
Fayetteville, March 15, 1845. 3IC-lf.
ly inform tho citizens
of Fayetteville and the public
generally, that he has taken
the stnnd recently Occupied
"rStrcel,5 doors South of the
Market Square, where ho will
. ......r. manuiacturc and ke'u con-
si.ii.iij u ii iiuuu a.. uBsorrmciii ol
TIN AND SHEET IRON
Fersons wishing to purchase would m will i
call and examine his stock before purchasing else
where, as heis determined to sell as c hsap o s any
other irfanufacturer in thi Stale
BAKERS of nn entirely new pattern.
ROOFING done-infh lastest style, and beat
manner. Also (iU 1 It KING.
Aug. 17, IS44.
I Wloli losi ll mv iand Ivm.? on Ritr H,,hr.B',
being about 2l)00 acres of 'ood lurnent im U.r..'
with a good strenni for carry ing It lo market, navi
gable at any time while there is w sf r cur ugh f r
boats to ru.i belweui I Hyrtleville and Wilming
ton. Title indisputable.
July 12, 1845. 333-tf.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Th- subrcriher has now in store, direct fV -fn
New Yoik and Philadelphia, a large and gener'.
assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY
Fine Cloths and Cassiineres; Tweeds; Sottinc'.i;
Kentucky Jeans and Kerseys : plain and figured
Alpaccas; Calicoes; Ginghams; fine LI. ached Mi:s
bns and Shirting; Vesting, Stocks; Scarfs; corf! .i
and tasse's for cloaks and dresses; Musfin d?Laii;.
Cashmere de Eeossr s; fine Bonnets; fur and wk !
flats and Caps ; fine and coarse Shoes and Bool ;
supr. fatnilv B'ankef; coimn'on do.; pegro Blank
era; Shawls from -25 cents to 15 dollars; lamp's
woof, cotton, and Merino Shirts; Silk do.; Merino
nnd silk Shirts for ladies; fine ingrain Carpefirg;
Rope and Bagging; Iron; Sleel and Nails; fifte tin
gar and CofHe; Salr.&te. together with Hardware
and Cutlery, and other Goods loo tedious to men
tion. The above Goods w ill be sold as cheap f. -cash
or province as any other gooffs fn t!fo rnark' .:
ol Mie same quality and aiie. P. TAYLOR.
October 4, 1345. . 345-3n.
Observer copy 2 months.
HAS just received at his Old Stand (Wagon
Yard.) a NEW STOCK OF
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, &c. &c,
Which will be so'd cheap for Cash, or exchanged
for coomry produce,
, . October 4, 185. 349-tf