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"CHARACTER IS AS IMPORTANT TO STATES AS IT IS TO INnlTIDUAI-9; A WD THE GLORT Or THE STATE IS THE COMMON r'ROF'ERTT OT ITS 'CITIZENS.
jjy"VM II BAYXE
m,oiH OF THE NORTH
Per nitf'-"i if lid in advance,
.i",. .iJ at the en d six months 3 00
at the end of the year 3 50
Kates of Advertising :
Sixty cents pr ui ire fir he Real, and thirty cents
fore tun i!nqu;iit irnertion.
A trrtismg by the year riM be charged according
it thi q'i i itity of matter inserted.
Court a lv.jrtis3:n?nts, &c, J5 per cent higher.
I N D E M N I T Y
ainst lois or damage by Fire.
tllE WILLIAMSBURG FIRE INSU
15 ap it a l. $ 1 05 ,000.
)jifcfe (irftud near First Street, Williams
burg, (ipjirimle the Cily of .Ye to York.
Jgnicy U:ice Wells Untitling, 02 If an si.
An Ir.-w C rSon edi;
r i r -.-!. W. r'.ivr-i,
J errmi U J on 1 ou,
!i 1 S'iii l ua 11,
Alii'm T. Bukerck,
Stiri! ft. J i;tp,
J..ll I Lait(!tt,
Chus. O. it Andy,
Li: -.IJtiL ill 1 1 A nus'JiN , fres'ti
Am new U. !t jock, Sec'ry.
7 SIII.V r J 1 S An New ork.
Ttlii Willi 1 .n ir jc Via I -isuram e Company,
4 i tin ' i -e i t -..trr ifi 1 Uv an act ofth; Legisla-?.ir-
i?J' : St i'k f New V-rk, f.r Ui ; purposes
t' Fire I 1 ir ic 'he iirtMf.rs ofVur to Insure their
;lio t h-'ci,' !." Uiiite.l "tutcs
Ajiinst L )5s or Damage by Fire,
l it it- hug, 1 I and
-nil Property ;iiisr.iliv,
al'iirs ( tUrj Com .i iv.
m.-i iVir tc.?. cjB'lnr arid
Merehaudise, and Per
iirimiriM s 1 hem that the
slia.II !s eii j(C.Jt1' i with
lifccrahtv as I f y trust
;l iMititlJ it l' 1 ' conn tence. ana iatruu.i--.
The Sili'iilirr, A went fir th alv C'im
pmy, will iriv any In titer iu'uriualiort that ncay
fe io-tj-c ! lv tho' who w'i o l"isur.
JAMES MAItrlNE, AkiH,
Teh. ft, IS 13. SI l-M.
Tlir. oheu'l r ofT rs H devices lotlte
f olFay-U. vi!U-, as Carpenter and Contractor'
Im-ipu'liv oro nul attention to busincs to share
r t. . ....t .... f !-.- -t r
V. R. JciE.
July ID, 113-
Just Received 011 Consignment,
F e ich li randy,
Am jrica Brandy,
4'i boxes No. 1 fc'oap.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
M.irch 15. 145. 3IG-tf
N 0 T I C
.. i . : l
.i. i-riir ilia mil rettocu
S. LUTTERLOH. ,
A iust 8, !8i.r..
CAP, AND SHOE
(" Call and ry, before you
THE Subscriber has taken Ihe Store next door
ahovc Hi Store of Messrs B. Rose Son, where
h-; is now opening a well scb-eted Stoek ofthe
above aitxli s, (Philadelphia and New York man
nCieforv,) and will sell "Ciikap" for Cash or en
IJenMeMUMi's fashionable B.-aver Hats.
" meiintm brim do
f i-hion:blc Rnsi:i "
" mr-ili urn bri m lo
" broad d- lo
" ta-h'ble MoU Skin
do Angola "
Men and Boy's round crown drab and blue Rabbit
Men and B ivs' do white and black "Wool
The asortni'Mit embraces various kind ol Bea
ver. Russia, For, Silk, and Wool Hats, mic by
the best of workmen, and will be wartantrd if
necessary. .f fcSO
A verier l assortment of Fur, Cloth, Seal, Scalettc,
mil i: iz- l Caps, for Men, Youths, Boys, and
Children. Very low."
Together with a general assortment of Men's,
Youth'-', BnyN, Mines', a nd Clul Ir.-n's
BOOTS & SH03S,
Which will be found of "ood qnalit
at " reduced prices."
WANTED $1000 worth of Ot
ter, Mink, Coon, Rabbit, Fox, Murk Rat and j
D cr Skins, for nlccli a "l.beral" price will be j
ff.n. A. .1. ERA.MBERT. j
October I!, T 8-l:. 346 Cm. , !
, ' , ;
SUCH as Carn.ijre Maker- use. A i;ood as- !
sortuient ulwavs on lund, atul for hrIc at one cent
per pound advance on the Manufacturers' prices by
OctohcrJ25, t843. 349-tf.
THE Subscribe. baVc now received their Fall
oud W inter Stock, embracing .i variety ot
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Shoes and B ots J
Hardware, Hollow ware, and'Cutlery
Fashionable Bonnets, and French Artificials,
Cotton and Woo". Ca-rlit,
S.-tliiles, Bridles, and Collars,
Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs,
Cotton Bagging, Twine and Rope,
Cigars, "Rambaut's celebrated Chowinj Tobncco
in small boxes ; Giluiore's Pound Lumps ; and an
extensive Stock ol
To which they invite the attention of purchasers,
confldent that their Goods are :aia in at prices
ill enahle them to sell upon the most tavor
able terras. Orders Irorn abroad will be promptly
executed. COOK it i Kr .
Nov. I, 1845. 350-3 w.
Gardner ti r,2clletlian,
HAVE lately made considerable improveini-nt in
their tyle of Work, and have now on hand a Gfc&N
bUiAL ASSORTMENT, consisting of
Carriages, Barouches, Buggies,
Gigs, Sulkeys, Waggons, &c.
VI.;,.K fnr .li-aanrc of ?haDC and finish, and dura
bility, will compare w ith any made in the U States.
Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call
and examine our work, as we have determined
ae'.l LOW for Cash, or approved Wotes.
flavin" in oureinDloV flrt rate SmiliS, wo
prepared to do any Iron work in the abfxve Irhe on
We. warrant all our worli to be of good arid faith
ful woiken.inFhip and materials, for one year.
tCP REPAIRING faitbltiHy executed at short
noiii e, and on reasonable terms.
Fave'teville. February 8, 1345. y.
" to trave!Xers
Aiiil Sojoiirnersiii Fayettevillc-
wn n. SMITH is still urcnarid to enter
tain Gentlemen and Ladies travelling through or
xojournm" In Fa vett.-viile. tier table is always
as good as th market affords. She has good sta
1,1.8 and hostlerS, and attentive waiters, and re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage
Her residence is so well known that it needs no de
scri.tion. No cxertiBtis will be scared to give
Si.ice the late d :5truetive fir wh:ch de-t roved
tho Hotel, she has enlarged lier inoanH of accommo
dation by renting the house Uirectiy opposite,
where she has several good airy rooms, for slucp-
in a arart inenta.
Fe1. 1, 18 45. 3lt-tf.
THE subscriber wnl
continue to carrv on the
TAIIiORINCi ' liUSI
VESS on his individual
account, one door west of
the Methodist Church,
and nearly opposite the
Post Office; and from past
experience he flatters him
self he can give satisfac
tion to such as patronise
him. He hopes by his un-
ti: in exertions to please,
and iiis attention to
share of patronage.
A u 2. 30, 1845.
business, to merit a liberal
Burned out, but not entirely consumed,
Only pretty considerably scorched ! ! !
SADDLER & HARNESS
RETURNS his sincere tbanks to ihe public forthc
liberal share of puirontige herelolore bestow d up
on him. and hones that as he now rq"ires a con
tinuance of their custom to enable him to recover
f.-om ihe severe scorching received in the late lire,
it will not be withheld. His tiinds and sueh as
tvill -nlens,- to t ail at hie shon. Oti South fide ol
Person street, next door but one to the corner ol
Di'K, will find a to'erable stock in his line, with
it.o h.t u nrk men. wiliin-r and readv to please in
anv ioh and renairui!! hue. at the shortest notice.
June 23. IS45.
THE Subscribers take this nppostunity of return
ing their warmest thanks to iheir friends and pa
trons, and the public generally for their liberal pa
tronage b stowed Upon them; also for the kind
syrnpithies manifested to them in the late calamit y
in the destruction of their entire Stock of Goods
on the morning o( the 19th fnst.; and to C apt J
A J Bradford, Capt. U. S. Ord., and Mr G A
Schwartzman, of U S Arsenal, for their kindness
; i.inatliim notie-. nnl of hers in the surround
ino" neihborhotMl ol the fire, by the discharge of
cannon." Having openid the Store neaily oppo
site, thev hone snnntn resume business, and would
mostresprctfully solicit the patrons geof their friends
and Ihe public, and shall hope to merit a snare ri
oub'ic Datrni.u-e. Thev have on hand in their
Warehouse, Salt, Iron. Molasses, Sugar, Smiths'
Brllows and Vises. Loo Chains. 6 superior VV roughl
Iron Mill Cranks. Also, Anvil-, Vises, Trace
Chains, and heavy articles ol Hardware, partially
damaa-edln the tire, all of Which ihey will sell low
for Cash or Produce. They would also earnestly
request all those indebted to them by note or ac
count lo make immediate payment, as it will enable
them to close their former business and recom
mence, and hone those indebted tvill take the earliest
opportunity lo setllc their accounts.
J. 1 1 . & J. MARTINE.
V arch I. 1845. 3l4ttl.
They have just received, bale superior Bridgeport 3
ply Seme 1 wine, i coils Steam .Packing x arn,
Manilla. Seine.and Raft It ore, I hhd. winter strain
er! Sperm Lamp Oil, 10 bhls. Train Oil, 300 galls
Linseed Oil, Whittcmore's real Cotton Cards,
Coffee Mills, cast sood W aeon and Cart boxes,
05O cross Wood Screws, 2J hurdles assorted Hoop
Iron with a small assorrmeni 01 swfoes ano cnj
lish Bar lion ; together with a heavy Stock of flat,
round, and square Bar Iron, Band Iron and Nails,
Rods, contained tn saeti joining miir oion-, ui.i
BOOTS & SHOES !!!
gn THE Subscriber an
te! r nounces to his friends and thepub
BsWfdaaJic in general that he has opened
Ll hi shoo on Hav street, opposite
to Mr Qeorgo McNeill's, where he is prepared to
make to order or repair tine anu coai
and SUOES. both for gentlemen ana iauie,
most approved and mocern styles. tie assures
such as will favor him with theircUstom, that ho
will warrant his work to be done in the best style,
by the best workmen, and ofthe best materials that
n oe procured, tie teels connaeni 1 mi any
-ork passing out of bis hands cannot be surpassed
by any done here or elsewhere, and he hopes by
close application to business and a studious effort
to please, not only to merit but receive a fair share
or public patronage.
T MALCOM FAULK.
June 17, 184. 330-lv.
The subscribers have entered into a Copartner
ship, under th firm of
S. W. Beatty & Co.,
For tbe transact ion of
A General Commission Business
In the Ivtcn of Wilmington, JV. C.
They will 'ive particular attention lo the sale
of Tfmber, Lumber, and Natfa! StOTea,- the reeciv- 1 interest in negroes and land John McKay um
ing and forwarding goods, and the sale and pu- I moned as Garnishee.
chase ol goots lor the back country.
They would respectfully solicit a portion of pub
lic patronage, and pledge their best exertions to
giva satisfaction. H. V. BEAT FY,
JOHN C. LATTA,
JrYly 19, r85. 334-tf.
rniHE subscriber offers for sale ONE HUN
JUL DRED BOXES OF BAR SOAP. maiiWiic-
tured at the "Fayetteville (N.C.) Candle Factory,"
and warranted equal if not superior to Colgate's
besf JNo. 1.
Bel ig determined to devotft all necessary atten
lion tothe business, and offering it at a reduced
price, (Scents a pouml U the box,) he hopes to
receive a one snare ot pirbnc patronage.
Id?" All orders thankfully received and prompt'
ly attended to.
W. IoLr. McKAY.
Fayetteville, May 24,844
100,000 Acres Valuable
THE Subscriber has purchased all the LANDS
neionginw to the Estate of Abram Dubois,-Pec'tf
Ivm" nrmeionl v- i i ( rliounn i-niintv nnd nrr hot
sides of Lumber River, the different surveys tttn"
i r -j v. i w .... .
taining over ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
ACRES ; a larirc part finely Timbered, and con
venient to Lumber River, where a large quantity
of Timber is now raited to the Georgetown mar
ket. Thes-3 lanJs are very valuable both for the
Timber anil Turpenline. for which purpose a lame
partis well soiled, bei.nf in a region where the
Turpentine yields more abundantly than any other
section o! the State. The Lands will he sold at a
loV price, and in quan'ities to suit purchasers.
Information respectm: Ihe title can be obtained
by appl)Siir to ihe Hor. Robert Stranse, James C
Dobbin, Esq., A A T Smith, Esq.. (Attorneys at
I understand there are many trespassers on these
lands, to all of Whom notice is hereby given, that
the law will be enforced against all such offenders.
Application for anV part of the Lands can be
made to myself, or to John Winslow, Esq., who
will be duly authorized to make sale ofthe same.
THOS. J. CURTIS.
Fayetteville, N. C, March I, 1845. 314-tf.
A. M. CAMPBELL.
Having been appointed
Forthc town of Fayetteville is prepared to attend
to the sale of any goods which may be entrutd to
Consignments from abroad will be promptly at
April 19, 1315. 32I-y.
iFire Proof Koofs.
THE undersigned is ready to contractfor the cov
ering ot roofs of buildings with tin, copper, or
zinc, and will execute promptly any work he may
contract for, and lor small profits.
June 21, 1845. 330-tf. . F.T.WARD.
THE Subscriber respect -
fullv informs the citizens
of Fayetteville, and the
renerallv, that he
ORING BUSINESS in
all its different branches,
On the most favorable
terms, at the old stand,
formeily occupied byClark
& McCallum, and neaily
O: nosite MpcsrQ f-T-& F!
SztJPS J. Lillv, and hopes by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share
of patronage J. D. McCALLUM.
30, 184o. 34-tf
TEA AND CHOCOLATE.
Young Hyson " j TC,.
Hvson " ( 1 EA
Black " j
Chocolate No. I, for sale bv
Auz. 16, 1845.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS,
At bis new stand, (Fool of ilayrnotinl.)
IS now oper.i ng an entirely new steck of
STAPLE AJVD FAA'CY
Embracing a jfreat variety of Ladies dress goods,
of latest styles, viz: Cashmere le Ecosses ; Rep.
Cashmeres ; Muslin de Lains, (Ombra shade) ;
Rainbow, Tarletan, and Ombra shaded Muslins ;
white, embroidered, and color d Tnrletan do.;
French Muslin Robes ; Dress Silk, &c; mourning
Shawls and fancy do., (large and small) ; French
worked undr and over Collars ; double rcvired
and hemstitched Handkerchiefs; fine Bonnets, viz:
Milanese, Florence, Braid, Straw, Silk, and Bom
bazine; Rosselte, Taffeta and satin Ribbons; silk,
worsted, and cotton Hose. Also a genera! assort
ment of Gentlemen's wear, together with a full
Groceries, Hardware, and
CROCKER V, all of which will be sold at the low
est market prices, Foot of Hsymount, at the store
house formerly occupied by J. C. & G, B. Atkins.
October 4,-iS45. 345-y.
THE Subscribers have removed to the Store for
meily occupied by W. L. Gilmore, three doors
above Lib rtv Point, and opposite G. W. McDon
ald's Saddle. Establishment, where they are now
receiving a new selection of
FALL AND WINTER
Furenasers are invuru 10 can ana examine tneir
Clothinz before purchasing elsewhere. - Call soon
and see these goods, as thev will be sold low.
LIEBENSTEIN .k BROTHER.
Sept. 87, 1845- 343-tf. .
'I J 3
nWembeR 15, 1845.
Just received and for sale by
, - R. W. HARD1E.
October 11, 1845. 347-tf.
State of 9o'rth CaroliuaCuiuberlaud county.
COUrt of Plenn
teiitber iVin, 134$.
Cook & Troy . vs. Malcom J. McKay.
Ongmal Attachment---LeviecL on th detV ndan's'
IT appearing lo the Stil"jetion of ihe Court that
MalcomJ McKajjfthe defendant in lb?J case, hath
removed from this State, c so conceals himself that
the usual piocesa of law canrrot.oe served on him.
ii is ineretore ordered that pOblfcaUon be made for
six wteka in the North Caiolinian, for" the defend
ant to appear at the neat term of this Court to be
n- m tor satd eounfty at the Court Hoose in Fay
elteville, on the first Monday in December next.
and replevy and plead, or Judgment by default
win De entered up against him, and the property
levied on be Condemned to Satisfy the rtl.iintifT'ii
Witness, John McLa urin, clerk of our said Court
at Office in Fayetteville, the first Monday of
oo-fiemoer, a u, ioo.
October II, 1845. 347-6t
IS now receiving his lart and
seneral fcssortment of
ffofVf Bne Hair Seat Mahogany,
down to the common Windsor,
purchased by himself for cash at
Ihe manufactories a!t Philadel
phia, New York, and Boston.
which will be sold as low. proba-
lower, than any fi me market. Also, a gen
eral assortment of 25Saii3 2iiS33a'a
I i. I r .....
ricu ivianogany irames ; an assortment ot Phila
delplna made Curled Ha:r MATTRESSES, with
a larse assortment of
Of hi.s own manufacture, comprising all the arti.
cies usually kept in a b nrnitnre Ware Room, viz
Sideboards, liurea us, Secretary anJ Book Cases,
1 ables, W ardrobes, spring seat and plain Sofas
ui vans, Arm Kocking Chairs, French and Post
Mahogany Bedsteads, curled and bird-eve Manle
do., patent windlass Bedsteads, &c. &c, all of
which will be sold on the mdst reasonable terms
lor CASH, or on urne to punctual customers.
&ept. 27, iS4o. 344 If.
Croton Insurance Company.
Office, No. 35 Wall Streel,
Adjoining the Mechanics Bank, in the City of
THIS Company Insures Marine, Irilarid Navl-
S-ation, Transportation, and Fire Risks. By its
Charter the profits are lo be paid back to tbe a-
tireri, in proportion t tne amount ol .Premiums
paid by them respectively. The rates and terms
of Insurance will be moderate and liberal; and the
assureu suojeci 10 no responsiniiity.
Charles L Vos,
George C De Kayj
Joseph B Nones,
Asa S Crosby,
John J Herrick,
Abraham Van Nest,
John B Lasala,
S A Lawrence,
Edwin R Tremain,
S M CrandaW,
J Leander Starr,
Henna it D Gould,
Theodore A Meyer,
VV H Tnwnscncf,
John T Gilchrist,
J H Suvdam.
SAMUEL A.LAWRENCE. Pres't.
JOSEPH B. NONES, Vice Pres't.
NICHOLAS CARROLL, Sec'y.
Cnpt. SAML. CANDLER, Marine Insp.
Also, Insp. for "Lloyd" for the port of N. York.
CS3 The undersigned, ns Agents of the
above Company, will be pleaadd tti receive applications-
STARK & PEARCE
Fayetteville, Sept. 27, 1845. 344-tf.
STATIONERY, BINDING, &c.
R. W. HARDIE ha;r:,st
New Books, and St itionery, together with an en
tire new Book binding apparatus.
ne 11 is opened a store next door to the fot tft
fice, where he will be glad to supply his friends and
October 4, 1845 !45y
FAYETTEVILLE, N C.
HE Subscriber, having t"kcn that large and
coinmodioiii brick building, formerly known
as tne fiantcr's tiotei, respectfully inmrms ns
friends and the ptib'tc, that he is prepired to ac
-1 - . 1 a-. . i- 11 f I
commodate TRAVELLERS and others in the
best manner : the building having been thorough
ly repaired and properly furnished for that pur
1 tie ionncrn and Southern stages flop at mis
Connected with Ihe I lotel. and a few vards dis
tant, are extensive Si ables, which will be attended
bv careful and experienced Ostlers.
WM. W. BRIGGS
Fayetteville, Nov. I, 1845. 35U-t:
For sale at the Carolinian Office, a complete
description ofthe Uniform to be worn by the Mili
tia Officers of the Slate of North Carolina, printed
on a sheet of thick cap paper.
Every officer should have one of these by which
to regulate his uniform. Price only 10 cents.
NEW STORE &
THE subscriber have taken the Store 'northwest
corner Market Square, adjoining Mr James Kyle,
where they have received and are now receiving
from the North, their Fall and Winter Stock of
Goods, consisting of a General Assortment of
DRY GOODS, Hats, Caps, Born
nets, Shoes, &c.
All of which will be sold Low for Cah - -
ALEX'R JOHNSON & CO.
Fsyettevilfe, Oct. 251843. 34? w. , . .
: j i
THE universal celebrity which this medicine baa
gained in eyery section of the count rv. .nd the
many astonishing euros it bait eflVcie I, have estab
lished its efficacy beyond all doubt ; ns a "eneral
family medicine it has no rival. In all . e r;.
diger-tinn, bilious fevers, dyspepsia, hvrr com-
plaints, sick headache, jaundice, asthma, dropsy,
piles, colic, worms, Dfs- asc ofthe hai, and in all
affections ofthe stomach and bowels, triers' Pj:l3
win be found a never-failing remedy.
To insure the fall benefit of these celebrated
Pills, they shonld oe kel in the house, so that up
on the firart comruVencem'ent of sickness they may be
resorted to. One dose theft is belter than a dozen
after the disease has became established irr ihn sys
tem. Peters Pills n re purely vegetable, and so imo
cen that the infant of a month old may Use Ihem,
if medicine is required, not only wlih safety, hut
wnn a cenainry ol receiving all the tieneOi medi
cine is capable of imparling. Females mav use
them during all the critical periods of their live.
Peters Pills will insure their health and produce
regularity in ffil the functions of life.
r'.ZJ3' Price 25 am! '50 ct. p r box. For File in
Fayeltevillo wholesale and retail, at New York
SAM'L J. HINSDALE.
J.H. & J. MARTINE,
And trtny be found on inquiry in all the citis and
villages in the Southern and Western States.
August 16, 1815. 338.
DR. TYLER'S VEGETABLE
FEVER AMD AGUE PILLS.
THE success ofthese 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 c rtain cure. A long list of
certificates in proof of their infallibility, misht be
added, but those upon llie directions arc deemed
sufficient. Try Ihem and be convinced that Ihey
are the most effectual and certain and the very best
remedy ever ofF red to the public, to insure a per
manent anu lasting cure.
'a 3 f t rt T nl.io r n A 1a
Anril 29. 1845.
To DrG. K. Ty lef :
ucar air mis may cerlilv th.lt alter usin?
many preparations for the cure of Chills ana Fe
ver, and expending some forty-five dollars in phy
sician's hills, without any benefit, I procured a box
of Dr G K Tyler's Fever and A:rue 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 Ihem
used in thirty cases, and not a box has failed. I
believe them to be the very best and most safe and
certain cure, for ague and f ver fliaf can be used,
and unequalled as a tonic restorative, in all debili
tated conditions of the system. E MYRMS.
ICP Price $1 per box wMi full directions. For
sale in Fayetteville wholesale and retail at New
York prices, by
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
- T WARD,
J H 6t J MARTINE,
And may be found on inquiry in all the cities and
villages in the Sotifherrl and Western States.
August 1C, 1845 333
MAGNIN'S LUClNA CORDIAL.
FOR the sure and speedy cure of Incipient Con
sumpiion, our rennets, impoter.-cy, J-.uehorre or
Whites, Gleet. Obstructed, difficult or painful
Mciisirualion, Incontintinence of Urine or involun
tary discharge thereof, and for the xenerai prostra
tion ofthe system, no matter whether the icsult of
inherent causes, or of causes produced bv irregu
larity, illness, or accirhnt.
Ihe Wide-spread celebr tv of this wondeiful and
nes:imable cordial, in both hemispheres, is a suf
cficienl guarantee for its quick and positive success
in curing all the above affections avid complaints.
Nothing can be more surprising than itsinvigorat
ing fleets on the human frame. Persons all weak-
nss and las itud before lakinn it, at once become
robust and full of encrjv under its influence.
It immediately counteracts the ii'-rvelessness ami
lnoscncs of the female frame, which is the only
cause of barrenness ; and which, prior to Dr Ma-
nin's discovery, v. as considered lo be incurahle.
And it speedily rrmove.i the impediments produced
uy physical prostration, which IrequenMy deterim n
from getting mar. f' d. Language, indeed, cannot
do justice to the merits of the Lucina Cordial.
whiob is regarded bv the heads of the fnculiv. in
all parts ofthe world, as one ofthe most important
nicii'cai a 1 SCO ver IPs 01 any ae.
For sale at New York prices by
Wilmington. N C.
August 16, 1845 338
THE great celebrity cf this unrivalled composition,
especially in the Northern States, leaves th pro
prietor but little need to say any thing in its fayor;
for it has been generally conceded to il that it is,
beyond all comparison, the best remedy fir external
complaint's that has cvor been discovered.' Indeed,
the speed and and certainty of its operations bav
the appearance of miracles : as ulcers, wounds,
corns, fevrr sore., chilblains, white swellings, bi!ea,
piles, pider and snake bit r s, etc, immediately yield
to its superhuman influence. Thus, if properly ap
plied, it will remove an inveterate corn, or break
and heat a bile in five days, will allav and perfectly
cure an ulcer i-i two wek?; and ill's most desper
ate cases of white swilling that can be Imagined,
have been d-st roved by it in less than two months.
In the bites of poisonous reptiles, its efficacy is
truly surprising, and ev n in the bite of a rabid dog;
lor 11 app'ieu in Mine, its puwers of attraction are
fo wonderful that it will at o ice arrest the ro?-on,
and thus prevent it fiotn pervadirtir the sve'etn. It
is likewise, greatly superior to any medicine here
tofore discovered for the ciiai'jd backs ! hmba of
horses for tetters, ring worms, chapped lips and
in short, for every external bodily evil mat may tall
to the lot of man or beast.
The proprietor has received at least a thousand
certificates and other document, in favor of b'
Specific Ointment, upwards of a Iim nd red of which
weie written by respectable members f the medi
For sale inFayettevil-e at New York p;i l
SAM'L J HINSDALE,
F T WARD.
jfj&J M A RTINE.
And may be lonnd on inquiry ir all the cities and
villa-res in the Southern and Western States.
August 16, 1845 33S
GILLESPIE & ROBESON
Continue the lOSSlCS't business, and will
rhake liberal adtances on consignments of
Cumber, Naval Stores, &c., &e.
Wilmington, Sept. 20, 1845; v 3436m.
io.OOO SEG ARS some rcry fine
for sale by i - - ; OEO. McNEJLL.
Aug. 16, 1845.
L Volume 6 Number 352
JUStl-H s. DUNN offer. !?--
vices as unde taker and beilder, i five ertiaens or
others, disposed to contract fur bmldit t, or . ki.:
Terms liberal, -."
TO LUMBER MEN.
THE Su'scrfber, having wirnas.-ed tl,s verv
successful operation ..f HOTCHKfS9S VERTI
CAL WATER WHEELS, at ArchibaldGrahcni'a
Mill in Fayetteville, in May ard June last, were
indueed 10 purchase the Right for the entire State
of Nonh Cardina, end now offer individual Rights
for sale on rery reasonable terms. They Have
now on hand S 9u teen full s ts of WlieeEi, as
have oiaee arrarrgeracnts to keep a constant asp
Besides being generally adopted in the Northern
State, there arc already twelve savs in aucssfd
operation in this State, and eight others in prececa
of erection. Tbe astonishing power and speed f
tuene n iieeis iiivp oecn wilnctud by bundicds 9I
citizens of this Erafe, with universal appprohalicc.
nun wc uesire an no may leei an interest in tbe
subject to examine the Mills of Arch'd Gnlmm
Col. Alex'r Murchison. Christopher Munroe. Alex'r
v imams, Arcn u iwciourin. j. wuanial, John
Cade, Mrs. Effy McFadvcn, in ihis County ; Col. '
jonn rticiaurin, in litcnmono County; Jno.
C. Smith in Blodrn County ; and Hardy Roysll is
Sampson Corrnty ,- to each of whom we Relci
for information as to Ihe rractical operation eft boat
Persons who apply soon for Rights can have
theni put up by workmen who have been instruct
ed by Mr Hotchki himself. . .
The Proprietor or Ihe right of this Wheel in the
State of North Carolina, have received the follow
ing certificate: . .
Fayetteville, Fcb'y 3, 1645,
We, the Subscribers, residing in tlw County of
Cumberland and State of North Carolina, having
been engaged m the manufacture of Lumber for ma
ny years, feel fully warranted in stating, that Ilcftli
kiss's VERTICAL WATER WHEELS, and
their appendages, are worthy of the patronage of ai
mill owners, and that we have lull confidence in
iheir superiority ; '.at the value ofMillf will be
very much enhanced by their introduction. They ,
are more durable, and easier kept in order when,
properly put together, than the common Flutter
Wheel : they will save at least one-third of tl.e
water, and run well in back water when there Is
a head above. The speed of the Saw is increased "
from one-half to double the strokes per miuete. '
ALEX. WILLIAMS, .
DUNCAN MUNROE, -CHRISTOPHER
C. P. MALLETT. -ARCHIBALD
JOHf? McDANIEL. .
ANGUS CAMERON, -
JOHN C. McLAURIN, '
- (Richmond County.'
THOMAS C. SMITH,
They have also rect i ved a certificate Irorn C jT
Alexander Murchison, (which will be publifS.U
hereafter among other in handbill form,) in !;; :
he speaks of ibis as "the area test improvement
made on Saw Mills in ray his time ;" says ti nt
his Saw will cut 5000 feet in a day; it aciual'y c'
on the day before he wrote. 4683 feet of itn
Quarter Boards; makes 240 tltbktt in a mirtuts;
that one-half of the water is saved; and corrlurU '
byrecommending its adoption to Mill owners.
Other certificates, which hate been promise
will be published hereafter,
ALFRED A. MtKETHAN.
Fayetteville, March 15, 1845. 3JC-lf.'
ly inform the citizer
of Fayetteville and the puliio
generally, that he has take:,
the stand recently occji.c
by E.J. Clark, on Gdlesnii
rStrcef,5 doors South of i!
Market Square, where he t i;
manufacture nrwl L
startly on hand an assortment of
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
Persohs Wishing to purchase w o il. i e vrell
call and examine his stock before purchnHn" el'-; .
where, as he is determined to sell as cheap n ojj v
other manufacturer in thn State
BAKERS of ah entirely new pattern.
ROOFING doae in the lastest sty !c' uiidU-.r
msnner. Also G UTTFRING.
Au 2-. 17, 1S44. 61-r
I WISH tt sell my land lying on Btr Roekfi'
' wui "u acrii ci cooa turpentine tt-r :
with a good stream for carry ing il to market. nri
gable at any lime while there is watr enough ,
boats to ruii belworn Fayetteville and Vv'iln.i.
ton. Title indisputable, -
ALEXANDER WILLIAM 3
July 12, 1S45. 333-tf.
TO THE PUBLIfJ7
The subscriber has now in store, do-eel from
Nexv York and Philadelphia, a large and gr,rol
assortment of STAPLE AND FAACY .
Fine Cloths and Cassiiw-res; Tweejls;' .SsttrneTs;
Kentucky Jeans and Keiecys ; plain and. furer
Alpaccae; Calicoes; Ginghams; fin bleached'Mvs-Im-
and Shirting; Vest In-, Stocks: Srar'r; crls
and tasse's for cloaks and dreses; Mnsiin r!'La;ns;
Catluncre We lcossc f ; fine Bonnets; fur an'? voe:
Hats and Caps ; fine and coarse Shoes ard Boot :
fiiimlv H ankel.'; common do.; uero fihu.k
Shsw ls frm 25 cent o 15 dol!r - iamire
wool, cotton, and Merino Shirts: Silk do M
and silk Shirts for ladie?; fine ingrain Carprti-rf-;
nope ami iJ.iggmir; iron; Atecl andNs l; fi.ie Su
gar and Coffee; Salf.&c. together u-it!-. lb
and CtUlery, and other Gm ds loo ffhou to i.
tion. The above Goods will be sold a cheep :
cash or produce as anv other foods in the market
of the same quality and style. P. TA YLC il.
cioner 4, 1345. 34a-3m.
Observer copy S months.
HAS just received at his Old Stand (V-- -.
Yard,) a NEW STOCK OF
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes
Which will be 6rf cheap for Cash', or exchanscc
for country produce,
. October 4, 1845. 345-f