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fTOTICE Is hereby fifteen that applica- Jj tion will be nude to the next General As embly of North Carolina, for an Act of Incorpo ration for the Clarendon Horse Guards. Ct. 18, 1844. 5tf Candles jfcC BOXES f'ayetteville mould Candles, WPjust received, per steamer Wra. B. Meares. For sale by GEO. W. DAVIS, bet. 10, 1844. REMOVAL.. rflHE subscribers have removed to the NEW FIRE PROOF STORE in Nutt's building, ne door North of Hall & Armstrongs, where thet will be pleased to wait upon their friends. 3 BATTLE & BISHOP. October 4, 1844. 3-tf PROSPECTUS OF TIE WILMINGTON JOURNAL. tin it4 ft y its im. . .! DAVID FULTON, Editor. TERMS. $2 50 if paid in advance -Our Country, Liberty, and God.- - ALFRED 1. PRICE. Printer. . ' ... x- " : -" '- ' :i -ti ..,r,pf are 3 00 attlieend of three months; 3 60 at the expiration or me year. if u.ov.VUwUUCU -. ..:. .,.n tt nntinn nf the oublishers. p U U , CAUpi' w , - c ORX and OATS, in quantities to suit purchasers, for sale by WM. COOKE. 1 O Bbls. Shad, lO fols. Matt am us- Jm. keet pples, calculated to keep, and good i for family use. For sale by WM. COOKE. JUST RECEIVED, per schr. Galena, from N. York, 8 hhds P. R Sugar, 4 bags Laguira Coftee, S80 Boxes Family Soap. For sale by WM COOKE. FOR REST. THE upper part of the com odious house fronting on Market street, over the store now occupied by the subscri iber, and on the west side of the family residence ofMr. Guy C. Hotchkiss. Said dwelling is now being completed and fitted up in a style not inferior 4o any in the town of Wilmington, and from its location, and many advantages, hav ing fourteen superior finished rooms, a new two story brick Kitchen, and a spacious yard, opening in Toomer's Alley, with all other requisites and conveniences, is well calculated and adapted for a genteel Boarding House. The above is to be completed by the first of November, when possession will he given. For further particulars enquire of the subscriber. V. R, PEIRSON. WANTED, from 25 to 30 female hands to make ud sundrv articles of centlemen's wAuring apparel. Also, Wanted to purchase, two likely BOYS, front 10 to 14 years of age. V. R. PEIRSON. Oct. 18. 1944. 5tf - - . n .. . -- -.T.l-,. D.nnkKAin PrOCS Havino- been induced, atthe solicitation ot some of the members ot the democratic party, w u.. u h p l ata in thVp we "will hereafter, on every Friday morning, issue a Democratic paper, under the above title, at the office of the late " Wilmington Messenger" in the Town of Wilmington. As we have oiven a brief outline of the principles the Journal will advocate in our first number, we think it liltfMgf therefore we will merely state, that the "Journal will be the uncompromising; opponent of each and every " link in the whole oi if United States Bank-a Protective Tariff-ihe Bankrupt Act-Internal lap"""" by thegGeneral Government, &c, &c.-While on the other hand it will, so far as our humble 2fi!SSte hereby friend and supporter of the Constitution as it was left us by our fathers ; and of a strict construction of that Constitution, thereby ensuring the rights of the several States which compose the Confederacy. But we set cut with the idea of not going into details. It would be a needless tax upon the reader's time. Suffice it to say, that the Journal will be a Democratic paper, and will always advocate Democratic men and Democratic measures. Although the -Journal" will be a political paper, yet, in order that it may also be agreeable to the W"f to will always be open to such items of intelligence as will be interesting to the Farmer, the Merchant, he ha c &c. Jg ture, Trade, she state of the Markers, &c, together with a slight glance at polite literature occasions y.will receive our attention. We hope we will rot be considered too " personal in our remarks" when we offer a few suggestions to our friends touching the necessity there exists for keeping on foot a Democratic Press in the Town of Wilmington. In the first place, Wilmington is a place of the greatest commercial importance of any in the State : it is situated in a Demo cratic District : there is a g?eat deal of intercourse carried on by the citizens of the lower portion of the S ate with this place, and consequently a Press here would be calculated to do as much good, in diffusing information, as perhaps at any other point in the State. Again, there are, we believe, three Federal to every one Democratic paper in the State, and this we feel confident, is the reason why North Carolina placed a Whig in her Gubernatorial Chair at our recent election: for we feel assured that t only requires a fair comparison to be instituted between the policy of the Federal and Democratic parties to ensure for the latter the most triumphant success. Well now, it is impossible for a Press to be kept up unless our friends will patronize it by subscribing themselves and inducing others to - go and do likewise." For, gentle reader, we suppose you are aware, and if you are not, we will tell you, that Printers and Editors are so far like other mortals that it requires something more than air to feed and kind wish- J 7 . i i i.l a i, I i , il 4v nil !- - t r ln es to clothe them. Therefore, we hope that every Democrat into whose hanas mis riospecus way ia.., w" ' " .1 C tk 44 7. ,rt nnA t . a I lomnnraffV. . . buic tile success ui me uuui imt una iuc uau jo v ..w..ww. j . Wilmington, N. C, September 21st, 1844. Subscriber's names. Residence. J No. copies. 10 Daily Expected, From Baltimore, Barrels Apple Brandy, 25 bags Rio Coffee ; for sale by G. W. DAVIS. NOTE. It being out of our power to send a copy of our Prospectus to every person who might doubtless be disposed to exert himself to procure subscribers to the " Journal," we have printed the Prospectus in our paper as it appears above, with the hope that our friends will cut it out and attach the same to a sheet of paper, and procure as many subscribers as they can conveniently, and send their names to us at as early a day as possible. Nov. 1st, 1844. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. I LOPED from the subscriber, on the 1st "in stant, a negro man, named BILL, 26 years of age, about 5 feet 4 or 6 inches high, dark cm pkxion, has an impediment in his speech, and a downward look when spoken to. The said negro had on, when he left, a home--Jptlh suit, r3f round-about and pants,) and cap, but other clothes with him. k in thought he will attempt to pass as a free man, under an assumed name, as William Hays, or Simmom. He is known to visit his old haunts in the neighborhood of his wife, who is owned by Mr. Jos. Dunn, Duplin Co., and he no doubt ran ges at times in the southern part of Wayns coun ty, where he is, or has -been, at work. The above reward will be given for the appre hension and delivery of said negro to me, at Mr. G- W. Bannerma.'s residence, Bladen county, or lodged in jail so I may get him again. COLIN SHAW. Gravilly Hill , Bladen Co., N. C. ) Oct. 4th, 1844. 5 4-tf P. S. " Standard," (Raleigh,) copy till' forbid and foward bill to this office for collection. LIVERY STABJLI.S. Since my Livery Stables were destroyed by fire in Au gust last. I have erected on the same lot on Second St., and have now in uso, another large, comfortable, and convenient lot of tables, fully equal, if not superior to any in this State. For the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon me by my frionds and the public, I return my most grateful thanks, and hope by diligent and proper attention to my business, to insure a con tinuation of the same. I have also a large dry and comfortable lot, with good Sheds, and comfortable Stalls, for the accom modation of drovers. AH of which, are situated in the most public part, of the town, and conveni ent for trade or business of any Mad. H. R. NIXON. Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 25, 1844. 6-tf. Custom-House Notice. TAKE NOTICE, that whereas, on the 28th day of October, 1844, on board brig Rowland, below the town of Wilmington, by R. F. Brown, Esq., officer of the Customs, was seized, for having been illegally imported, the following described lot of goods, to wit : 6 Demijohns Gin, appraised at $10 17 7 do. Cog. Brandy, 44 44 24 50 1 9-12 dozen Bottles Cog. Brandy appraised at 8 75 Notice. THE subscriber has returned from the North with a large and carefully selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stugs, Glassware, Shop Furniture, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, &. Ac, to which the attention of Physicians, country mer chants, and the public generally, 1s respectfully in vited. His stock of Drugs and Medicines compri ses every article usually called for in that line W&rranfed of genuine quality, for the supply of Physicians. A beautiful assortment ot Pocket, Tooth, Cupping, and Amputating Instruments, Scarificators, Catheter's spring and thumb Lancets, Patent Enema Machines, Trusses of every de scription, medicine spoons, nipple shells, breast glasses, sucking bottles, horse spring Lancets and Fleams, &c. The shop furniture consists in part of tinctures, salt-mouth and specie cap'd Bottles, from 1 gallon to oz., graduated glasses, pill tiles, spatulas, fun nels, iron and composition mortars, scales and weights, ointment and extract pots, and prescrip tion vials. Among his perfumery will be found a choice as sortment of fancy, plain and shaving soaps, and in great variety, tooth, hiir and clothes brushes, a choice collection of toilet powders and puffs, Per sian scented bags, smelling bottles, hair oils, dres sing, fine ivory, and tortoise shell pocket combs, rose water, German and other colognes, &c, Cas tile, common, brown and yellow soaps, starch, spices, lamp glasses and wicks, winter bleached sperm oil, linseed, olive, sweet and train oils, ink, and writing paper, pnd a variety of other things usually kept in establishments of the kind. Particular care has been taken in selecting the Patent Medicines, which in every instance have been purchased of either the patentees or their accredited agents. A choice collection of Segars, Snuff, Tobacco, &.C. As the greater part of the above has been pur chased for cash, he is determined no other house in the State shall UNDERSELL HIM. There fore, Physicians will do well to ive him a trial before purchasing elsewhere. He has now facilities for putting up and pack irig in a style equal to that done at the North. H'.; would take this opportunity of returning thanks to the Physicians and ihe public gpnerallv for their liberal patronage since his commencement in business, and bess to assure them thai nothing shall be wanting on his part to merit a continu ance of their favors. All orders from the country promptly attended to. WM. SHAW. October 18, 1844. 5tf FRESH BEEF W. WARE, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY, and Member of the American Society of Dentat ourseonSf ERFORMS all operations upon the Teeth. Teeth inserted from one to a full set, and upon the principle of Atmospheric Pressure in all cases where it is applicable. Office, 3 doors below the south-west corner ot Front and Market streets, up stairs. (jj3 Refkuksce, the Citizens generally. March 1, 1844 8-tf JYoticc. CANDY AND CONFECTION ART JmAJTWlFA V TOR Y. HE subscriber takes this method of inform ing the citizens of Wilmington and the State of North Carolina, that it is four months since he has established himself in Wilmington in the above line of business of which, I offer to furnish to any purchaser by the wholesale at ten per cent, lower than the New York market, and which I warrant to be fresh and as good as can be manufactured in any part of the U. States. ALSO Pastry, Cakes and Pyramids For Weddings or Parties, prepared at the shortest notice. LEMON SYRUP by the single bottle or dozen, made from fresh fruit and superior to any ever offered in this market. Lemons, Oranges and all kinds of FOREIGN FRUIT always on hand, Wholesale and Retail. All ardors promptly at tended to and carefully packed. M. LUCTANI. Dwelling for Rent. THE commodious brick tenement on the corner of Front and Market-sts., which has been recently painted and repaired. It is well calculated tor a boarding house, having a large yard and all neces sary out houses. Apply to W. C. LORD, or M. LONDON. Oct. 4th, 1814. 3-tf BOOTS and SHOES CHEAP FOR CASH tVH&LE&JlL.E and H'MSTMM.. ONE DOOR east of Dawson's old corner. Those in want of BOOTS and SHOES, will do well to call and try the CASH system before purchasing elsewhere. Also. Manuiaciunug auu ivcjiomug Sep. 21, 1844. 1-tf HARNESSES, TRUNKS, &q Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Sec. hp. anhfirriher has received his SLMMJbK; 11 M w- w- - stock of Paints, Oil, Bye .feimi, c. consisting in part of the following Superior White JL.ead, black do. Chrome Green, u Yellow, Prussian Blue, Turkey Umber, Litharge, Lamp Biack, Spanish Whiting, Chinese Vermilion, Rose Pink; Copal Varnish, Red and White Chalk, Gum Copal, Glue, 10 bbls. Linseed Oil, Indigo, Logwood, Madder, A netto, Paint & White Wasn lirusnes, etc. etc. Which will be sold at the lowest possible prices by Wm. SHAW. May 24, 1844 20 tf Patent Medicines. w ILLIAM SHAW holds the Agencies and has for sale the following celebrated medi cines, every article warranted genuine Sway ne's syrup wild cherry Indian's Panacea, Swaim's do Leidy's. Blood Pills, do. 'Sarsaparilla, Rowand's do. Marshall's do. Rowland's Improved Tonic Mixture, Moffatt's Life Pills and Phai nix Bitters, Betcher's Pulmonary Pre- Murray's fluid Magnesia, Jay ne's Expectorant, do. Hair ionic, do. Carminative Balsam do. Tonic Vermifuge, do. Sanative fills. Hay's Liniment, Gray's Ointment, Harrison's do. Beckwilh's, Brandrcth's,& Peters'Pills, Uheesman li! NOTICE. A Carriage Sc Hores will be kept in readiness at the HAS OVER HOUSE, to convey Passengers to and from the Rail Road and Steamboat, and will also be let to parties of pleas ure, families, &c. JOHN CHRISTIAN. Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 25, 1844. 6-tf Old JVash Brandy. BBLS. old Nash Brr.ndv, a prime arti cle, warranted 10 years old. For sale G. W. DAVIS. Oct. 25, 1844. 6-tf 10 by Daniel Cromlay, servntive. Uheesman s nalsam, Henry-s calcined Magnesia, I &c. &c. &c. With a complete assrotment in the DRUG AND MEDICINE LINE, which will be sold at a small advance on Northern prices. Physicians prescriptions accurately com pounded. Dec. 29, 1843 5 1-tf JOHN" HAUL, COMMISSION MERCHANT Second brick building on IVater, South of Mul berry SlreJ,i up stairs, HAS FOR SALE CASKS fresh Thomastown Lime, Western Bacon, in hogsheads, BBLS, Mess Pork, lO " N. O. Molasses. 000 20 A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of GOfjJ in the above line, of my own mannfnJ constantly on hand, and for sale at prices tn . 1 O il! 1 1 W . " 01I-T tne umes. oaauies ana Harness madetnj and Carriages retrimmed at short notice. Al together with a general assortment of NortW Sole Leather and Shoemakers Finding Purchasers are respectfully invited to tJw the old stand, Market street, one door east of? GUY C. HOTCHKISS Wilmington, N. C, ? ' Sept. 27, 1844. 5 The Hanover House I i TlftVU nflpri fnr tho runcntinn rf The undersigned wouhj be happy to accoa I mouaie an wno may can upon rum. JOHN CHRISTIAN Feb. 9, 1844. & Family Flour. OA BBLS and 30 half bbls, suoerfine C, OVnal Flour, 6 HHDS. Molasses, received this day, pJ Q&s' hr. Samuel Ingham, from New York, 3 for sale by September 18th, 1844. WM. COOKE, Sept. 27, 1844. 1-tf T H E GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Now is tlie very nick of time to subscribe for tlie Sew Year 1845. THE PHILADELPHIA. With, tlie Largest Subscription List in tlie World : i otice. Front Street, opposite the Chronicle office, WZZ.TOINGTON. K. C INFORMS his friends and the public in gene ral, that he has made arrangements to manu facture work entirely adopted to the present times, for CASH. Gentlemen can be accommodated with BOOTS made after the latest French sttles. In the manufacture of his work, he will allow none to compete with him in any particular. The work made shall eive entire satisfaction. D. C. will take pleasure in shewing: the difle- $5 10 15 20 10 10 rpnt kinrls nf wort tn all whn will fa unr liim i.-itl. fiiriP :i l i4..i l :t,i I : " 1'niibuu.un jus mmsij occh opuuuirai . Oct. 4th, 1844. 3-ly pecior of i aval stores, ana respt ly solicits a share of patronage from hisCoun try friends and the public generally. C. B. MORRIS. March 15, 1844. 10-tf Chronicle will please copy. 9 $43 42 Any person claiming the said goods, are notified and required to come forward and make claim with in 90 days after this date, or said articles will be disposed of as the law directs. M. V. JONES, Nov. 8th, 1844. 8-3t Collector. fltoEING desirous of moving to the West, I of MM fer for sale my plantation on Topsail Sound, (called Oakley,) 12 miles and a half from Wil mington ; containing four hundred acres, of which, about three hundred and twenty is cleared, the balance heavily umbered, and in point of fertility, .are equal, if not superior to any lands on the Sound, and particularly adapted to Corn and Ground Peas. The improvements on this place, are nearly all new, the dwelling House having re cently undergone a thorough repair. New Barn, Stables, Waggon House, and all necessary out buildings. The dwelling House is situated on a high bluff, overlooking the ocean, with a fine inlet in front, and as regards beauty, health, and conve nience to the best Fish and Oysters, is not sur passed by any other residence on the coast. Fur- STALES Nos. 2 & 4. 1HE subscriber not wishing to enter into a long detail, would merely state to the citizens of Wilmington, that he is now prepared to supply their tables with the best of BZ2SF, PORK AND Z.A3XS, at the lowest prices. His arrangements are such as will warrant him in saying the best, for he will Agency. FIJI HE Inspectors in this place having ceased to JL act as agents in the sale of I urpentine and Tar, the employment of agents for that purpose, will, therefore, in many cases, become necessary. The subscriber tenders his services to al! makers of those articles, charging the very moderate com mission of 1 per cent. To those who may favor him with their confidence and patronage, he pledg es his devoted attention to their interest in making sales, and promptness in making returns. 0 He will also attend to the sale of Lumber and Timber. JAMES A. KING March 15. 1844 10-tf COUNTRY AGENTS. flHE undersigned take pleasure in returning thanks for the liberal patronage which they JL have had from the public generally, and being de- . -mm J II 1 sirous to continue the business ol an wno mav have that or none. Hotels or families can have think proper to intrust produce to their care ; we would also inform our friends and the public, that all Turpentine and Tar sent to us will be sold for one per cent. G. P. & K. H. uKAJNi. March 22, 1844. 1 1-tf the beef sent to their houses if they wish dj3 Drovers can have a ready sale for their cat tie, bv applying to me. JOSEPH M. TILLY. Oct. 18, 1844. 5-tf SPLEiVMD FALL and WINTER 51 ft 'IHE subscriber wishes to announce to his pa trons and the public in ereneral, that he has Notice to Turpentine Makers. fJHE subscriber is now prepared to sell Naval - Stores of all kinds to the best advantage ; his charge will be moderate and every needful atten tion given. When the price is depressed and ow- now returned from the North, where he has been ners wish to hold for an improvement, he will fur- for some time selecting an elegant and extensive nish a WHARF, and make suitable ADVANCES assortment of either in CASH or GOODS, to enable them to do CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND YESTlMiS, so. Those wishing to SHIP will have every neccs- i of the latest and most beautiful patterns suitable isaiv facility. The subscriber flatters himself, that for the season, which he is prepared to make up his EXPERIENCE coupled with INDUSTRY in the neatest and most fashionable style to please iWill secure him a liberal share of business. ODD FELLOWS' SCHOOL. THIS Institution will be re-opened on the 15th of October, under the charge of Mr. Robert McLaughlin, assisted by competent Female Teach ers in the Young Ladies Department. The scho lastic year will be divided into two sessions of 22 weeks each. The price of Tuition will be six dollars ($6) per session, for the following branch es, viz : Orthography, Reading, English Grammar, Pen manship, Natural Sciences, History, Geography, Composition, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry Vocal Music, French and German languages. An extra charge of 75 cents per session will be made for Music, and Five dollars per quarter for French and German. Books and Stationery will be furnished by the Trustees without charge. The system will be the same as heretofore taught in the school. Xj Tickets to be had at the Store of B. L. Hos-kins. OWEN FENNELL, "I tO-TO NEW SUBSCHIBURS.-CU For the purpose of facilitating the formation of Clubs, of new, or old subscribers not in arrears, we offer the following EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS. Three copies of the Saturday Courier, 1 year, or one copy for three years, Seven copies of the Saturday Courier, 1 year, Twelve Seventeen " " Two " " " and 1 copy of either of the $3 Magazines, Five copies of the Saturday Courier, and 2 copies of either of the S3 Magazines, Five copies of the Saturday Courier, and one copy of Frost's new Pictorial History of America, a $5 book, Cfj' In fact, whatever offer is made, by any oth er Family Journal, at all approaching in worth, beauty, or pretensions, to the Saturday Courier, will be furnished by us. The Courier has become so well and favorably known through a triumphantly popular course of fourteen years, that it would be superfluous to say much on that subject here. We may remark, however, that to the industry, talent, and enter- PROSPEt'TUS OF THE "DISTRICT DEMOCRAT," (OXFORD, NORTH CAROLINA.) rjilHE undersigned propose to publish in Jl- Town of Oxford, Granville County, Nont Carolina, a paper to be entitled the " DISTRIC7 DEMOCRAT, devoted to Politics, Agricultunl and LreneraJ Intelligence, provided a sufficirc number of subscribers can be obtained to jn them in the undertaking. They deem it unne sary to enter into a minut detail of their politb tenets, but think it will suffice to say, that thtv opposed to the political measures of the mmm Whig Party ; believing them to be submissive, our Constitution, dangerous to our civil libertv.ji jurious to the welfare of our country, and ourpee and prosperity as a nation. With such belief. will oppose by every fair and honorable mental election of Henry Clay of Kentucky, to the Pi dential Chair, as he is the head and leader oia party, and has pledged himself to procure thefts eral policy, and carry out to tneir full extent, H ruinous measures, and dangerous political npjl ments ot the same. Moreover, having pledged himself to tamper with the Constitute under which wc have lived so long and sopro. rously, and to destroy or mutuilate thatpowcr(ii Veto,) which is now and was created for its ai guard, we cannot keep from viewing, as mustf ry other true Democrat, his elevation to thatwJ which he is now, and has been seeking for soniii yvius, i v every means in nis power, as an era: the political history of our government, that m be regarded by every true patriot with fair amliJ prehension, lor the consequences that must ram Ol ft . . . . ...... .1 ul" .-viiJq jxj.l t. ..minus VY1L1I ILJcllU tU .Til. VI. J, B political character, we shall hoist at the head i? our columns for President and Vice PiesideiM the United States, the nominees of the DemwrKf National Convention, James K. Polk of TeoaJ see, and George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania; al shall use every fair and honorable means toenw-f their election. To do this, we earnestly solicit tlie hands of the Democrats of the 7th Cong fdonal District, a reasonable and competent m port; being more numerous thry are better aVir 1 1 prise, which have lor years kept this paper a bright support a press than the opposite partv: and w'J.I exemplar ior an us imitators, win continually ue me uistnct where the JJemocracv have a majo'swa added the productions of every available writer, the Whigs support 3 newspapers, and thcviil 'a B. L. HOSKINS, JOHN McRAE, J. BALLARD, J. D. GARDNER, T. H. HOWEY, ALEX'R McRAE, October 4, 1844. I I )Trustees 3 tf Fresh Beef papers. i - a" i n'r t ,t i it. I . i -.i .i . anu coniinueu juuicious anu uuerai expenditures nor single one with the exception of one sua will continualy be made, as well in the Literary a' sheet. the Typographical departments. Our m ans will j Taking these things into consideration. m always enable us to be in advance of all others, ! bly submit, whether justice to themselves thenfl anu we snail ne so. i ana principles they profess, and a regard ior nisTORiES of modern REPUBLICS. a new creoit ot the Uistrict to which they belong. c and important announcement for tne coming year, I not demand at their hands some local vehicle IT." s i f r ... in audition to our already numerous popular iea-; miormation on political subjects. i r - t . j J turcs, will be a series oi Uonuensed Histories ot Modern Republics, by a fresh and vigorous writer, who will impart a world of important instruction to the rising generation, in this new and entertaining Romance of History, Popclar Topography. To gratify the grow ing appetite for a better knowledge of the impor tant features of our great and glorious country, our past exertions shall be redoubled in future to pre sent vivid pictures of American cities, towns, mountains, lakes, rivers, caves, scenery, etc. etc. Ocr Original Domestic Tales, Essays, Poems, &c, will continue regularly to be furnish ed by the best minds and pens in the country. These chaste productions are acknowledged to be the best for useful instruction at the family fireside, that appear in any periodical. Our Engravings comprise subjects in all branches of Art and Nature, suitable for the fami ly circle, and appear in rapid succession. ther description would be unnecessary as it is pre-! ?eap S ' S P u taVr . that thna uA , , W ! him with a call before purchasing elsewhere. the taste of the day Together with a large and complete assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, which he will sell lower than those pretended cheap stores in the town, it the public will March 22, 1844 JAMES I. BRYAN. 11-tf suraed that those wishing to purchase would first view the premises. 1 am determined on selling, and a bargain may be had. M. C. NIXON Nov. L 1844. 7.t'f Coal, W OOSE and in Hhds., just received from Phi JLi ladelphia, per schr. Ellen, for sale by G. W. DAVIS. Nov. 1st, 1844. Just Received, FROM New York, per A. F. Thorn, Ann . Smith and Rpamlns. Barrels Whiskey, 3 hhds. Porto Rico Sugar, 25 barrel Apple Brandy ; for rale by G. W.tAVIS. prJfirv, Ut, 1844, mi .i ? ! l nis doming nas Deen got up unaer my own superintendence while at tht. North ; and I made arrangements to have a new supply by the arrivals of the packets from Philadelphia. I have engaged some of the BEST WORK MEN I could find in New York and Philadel phia. I am determined not to be ontdone here or elsewhere in my line of business. CHAKLES BARR, Merchant Tailor, At Mr. Peirson's former stand on Market street. Oct. 11th, 1844. 4 tf M HHDS. Western Bacon Sides, (prime -It article,) for sale by JOHN HALL. Oct 18, 1844. 6-tf TO TURPENTINE SHAKERS. HAVING understood that the Inspectors of Turpentine will discontinue to act as agents in selling the article the same being contrary to law. Under these circumstances I am induced to offer my services as agent to all makers of Turpen tine who may favor me with their custom. I will attend to the selling of the same for 1 per. ceut Commissions. JOHN HALL. March 15, 1844. 10-tf Tlie subscriber having taken stall No. 6, is prepared to furnish Families and Boarding Houses with the " BEST OP BEEF AND FOBS, on the most reasonable terms, and will deliver it at the house, if required, at all hours. Be sure to call at Stall No. 6. KELLY and McCALEB A RF. NOW r.PF.,V.TTnthfiT Fall and vk ter Stnr.k of Onrwls. w huh thev offer to nnhlir. on fair tn.rms. Thpv rpnnest their fri Our Traveller is constantly traversine the jit.,1 th. .h ,nnr. hpm to call .11 1 ....ft ,..' , . . - . I "VIH.WU.-Bv... , sM PTamins thpir star-b hofrro nnrrbasiriil CISC' -J ! . . i COLLINS & STR0THEH. September, 8, 1841. Feathers, & f Tb LBS. live Geese Feathers, in!. Vl'Vl from 10 to 100 lbs., iust reftfl per steamer Wm. 15. Meares. For sale by Oct. 10, 1844. GEO. W. DAVIS rduf LBS. YpIIotv lire Wai, Drime article, hist received. , j teamer Wm. 13. Meares. For sale by Oct. 10, 1844. GEO. W. DAVIS PWIo those that have Beer Cattle Ji- to sell on foot, I will give the hiehest prices the market will afford. JOHN T. HEWIT. Sep. 21, 1844. i.tf world, 10 search ot the wonderful and instructive. Ocn Agriculturist occupies weekly an im portant space, with all matters of interest for the noble tillers of the soil. Our European Correspondents, in Liver pool, London, Ireland, the East, &c, keep us reg ularly advised of all subjects of special interest. Our Markets and Prices Current, embrace all the earliest advices in reference to the prices of all kinds of grain, produce, &c, the state of Stocks, Banks, Money, and Lands : and our extensive ar rangements will hereafter render our Prices Cur rent of inestimable value to the Traveller, Farmer, and all Business Classes whatever. Philadelphia, October 5, 1844. A QUANTITY of first rate Ash Oars, for sale by Wtn, COOKE. CORN. Corn always on hand, for sale in quantities to suit Durchasers. bv WM. COOKE. Sept. 20ih, 1844. 1-tf. LETTER SHEET & FOOLSCAP BILLS OF LADING, for sale at this office. In Store. HHDS. prime Leaf Tobacco, 25 Bbls. Porto Rico Suear. lO Bbls. prime Porto Rico Molasses, 1 Tierces Salmon, 2 Hhds. Grate Coal, For sale low by GEO. W. DAVIS. Oct 10, 1844. B LANK WARRANTS for sale at the mwrc. LUkE adops this method of informing her former Pupils and the public generally that she is now ready to eive instruc tions in Music, as heretofore, at her residence timt the corner of Nun and Fourth streets; and in cases where the distance is an objection, she will wait The Plebeian Tracts. jV OTICE x Clubs, to Democratic Associations, and Committees. In conse quence of the increased demand for these pop- m 1 w- mar tracts, we nave reduced the price from $2 50 to $2 per 100, and $20 per 1000. They are ably written, and completely explode the sophisms of the modern "Junius." They should be largely ordered by our Democratic friends throughout the country. No Demo crat should be without them. All orders sent to the Plebeian Office. Remittances in bills of specie-paying bank, accompanying the or ders, will be received. No. 1 The Injustice of the Tariff on Rev enue Principles. No. 2 The Injustice of the Tariff on Pro tective Principles. LEVI D SLAMM, Publisher. March, 13, 1814. r Z ;, .1 . inL : ,.;...ir rnnsp"!! as uic arc anxious to sell. 1 new usj Drv tinnds. .. Knots & B1 Hard Ware, Cutlery Hollow-Ware pd Stoneware; C7N.4, GLASS, and EARTHEN M" With a general assortment ot GROCERIES, A OAL 121t JJ-V. mJ til. JLr3"X MRrUlWED WIATCHES. huale or PATP.WT QT!fT.lVCt W nl. j z s r ii fmnnlLS SUPEUIOR LAMP aiidPAlST! Just received and will be sold cheap ... Wm. Sn WINDOW RI.INBS and H FBI U V :,: fnr nne of M U1U BUDS I I lUtTI I Ogll" -" I - : Vnrth and muiuacin ica at ? - 1 . . , : ' f Ua .-.Imrn narruwl irlpS. W " . boxed up and delivered on board of ve York, at the LUWtiST fKlisW, notice. Persons about to contract j- :u . - - ;n.ftC , rail and I 1 1 fJlJU fti. W ....... ll.l .Lu w prices belore sending their orders aby0jlSS. II TJ JL sm Sept. 27, 1844. 50 Flour. nm c erOSS l D lj uuc, suu.iK'i , . 51 the Fayetteville Mills, receive lparp. Fnr sale bv G. w. er W. B. Meares. September 19th, 1944. no ner rupils at their own dwellings. Wilmington, Oct. 11, 1844. 4.4 JOURNAL OFFICE. Oct. 10, 1844. i