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Wilmington 2&3 &$t 8fimz THE SUBSCRIBER having ta ken the store on Market street, formerly occupied by S. M. We6t, which he has fitted up expressly or the business, is now opening with a very hand some assortment of My arrangements with one of the best manufac tories at tlie North are such that I can furnish ail kinds f HATS and CAPS at the lowest possible prices. My stock of Hats will at all times consist of Beaver, fins Nutria, Black Nutria, Muskrat. black and drab Russia, Bruh, Black, and Pearl Cassimcre, Coney; and a large assortment ofblack and drab Wool Hats, and a handsome assortment of mens' and boys' of various styles, shape, and color. Also, a large assortment of mens', boys', and infants' Caps, of almost every tyle and quality. French dress star patterns, French dress pocket, Ole Bull plush Bands, soft finished Guards, boys' Guards, youths' Parisians, Silk Velvet, Velveteen, glazed Lawns, Sealette, Otter, Seal, Muskrat, ftobinson, Infant Jockey, &c. &c. &c. Which I will sell at whole-', sale or retail very low for cash. Country merchants will find it to their advan-! tagc to call and examine my stock before purcha j sing, as I can sell them as cheap as thev can buy ! in New xork. N. B. Particular attention paid to Ironing over ; Hats. CORNELIUS MYERS. Oct. 25, 1844. 6-tf FBIR.CI'8 Liu;i;cau Kotanic Garden And Nurseries, FLUSHING, L. U NEAR NEW YORK. THE NEW DESCRIPTIVE Catalogues; (which have cost over $700) of the Treks, ! Piaxts, and Seeds at this Establishment, will be' sent gratis to every post paid applicant, bv address idg WILLIAM Ii. PRINCE. & CO. Flushing, October, 1814. 11 j OTICK is hereby given that applica tion will be made to the n?xt General As- embly of North Carolina, for an Act of Incorpo ration for the Clarendon Horse Guards. Oct. 18, 1344. Btf Candles BOXES Fayettcvillc mould Candles, 'just received, per steamer W m. B. Meares. For sale by GEO. W. DAVIS. Oct. 10, 1844. REMOVAL,. ffWE subscribers have removed to tho NE W FIRE PROOF STORE in Nutt's bidding, one door North of Hail & Armstrong's, where they will be pleased to wait upon their friends. BATTLE & BISHOP. Octobor 4, 1814. 3.tf COJttf and OATS, in quantities to suit purchasers, for sale by VM. COOKE. LI VERY STABLES. jrfk since my Livery stables "vii utow kjj cu uj u it; in U" gust bst. I have erected on the same lot on Second St., and have now in use, another lanre. comfortable. and convenient lot of Stables, fully equal, if not superior to any in this State. For the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon me by my friends 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. All of which, ac situated in the most public part of the town, and conveni ent for trade or business of any kind. H. R. NIXON. Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 25, 1844. 6-tf. O 10 cr m n , p O ' 3 g 3 5 cr OS e 7. x s 5 SS.v; 2 5 EL a 5 3- GD ! - 5 $ 8 5 S s a o CO n ir. s 5 2. 2. p oq 00 " 77" 3. o 02 - - o o q o 3 P x a 3e 8 ci n o sr cr Sf o o 2 05 o o re a BEING desirous of moving to the West, I of fer for sale my plantation on Topsail Sound, (called Oakley,) 12 miles and a half from Wil mington ; containing four hundred acres, of which. anout tnree numlred and twenty is cleared, th balance heavily timbered, and in point of fertilitv. ! are equal, if not superior to any lands on the ' Sound, and particularly adapted to Com and Ground Peas. The imorovoments on ibia nln I at are nearly all new, the dwelling House having re-! ccntly undergone a thorough repair. New Barn, ; Stables, Waggon House, and all necessarv nni ! building. The dwelling House is situated on a 1 high bluff', overlooking the ocean, with a fine inlet 111 fprtllf rtn,l or. n.l. 1 ... uu c ituius wsauty, ueaun.ana conve nience to the best Fish and Oysters, is not sur passed by any other residence on tbr rnnit Pnr. ther description would be unnecessary as it is pre- suraca mat tiiose wishing to purchase would first view the prenusos. I am determined on selling, ami a bargain may be had. M. C NIXON I Nov. 1, 1814. , 7'.tf Coal, " OOSE and in Hhds., just received from Phi---i ladelphia, per schr. Ellen, fcr sale by C. W DAVIS. Nov. 1st, 1844.; Just Received, 1 ROM New York, per A. F. Thorn, Ann; M: Smith and Regulus, Barrels Whiskey. 3 hhds. Porto Rico S uaar. 25 barrels Apple Brandy ; for sale by x , " G- W- DAVIS. Nov. 1st, 1944.-.- ! Mola sses. ijCfc HHDS. Martinique, new crop, (3 m 1 20 Hfids; Cuba, 60 Bbls. New Orleans, for sale by BARRY & BRYANT. Nor. 15, 1844. 9 JUST RECEIVED, Per Julia from Philadelphia. JffcHHDS Baeoa Sides, 20 bbls. Mess Beef. V 20 bbls. Mess Pork, 20 do. Prime Pork, 40 kegs Lard. 20 hhds. Coal. For sale bv Nov. 8, 1844. G W. DA Via fitful ttfc SULK DAVID rXTLTON, Editor, TEHMS.--82 50 if paid in advance S3 00 Having been induced, at the solicitation ot sorne of tbejmembera of the Democratic party, to take charge of the Republican Press in this place, 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 wo have given a brief outline of the principles the " Journal will advocate in our first number, we think it unnecessary again to reiterate the political doctrines it will be our constant and earnest endeavor to inculcate. On the present occasion, therefore, we will merely state, that the "Journar will be the uncompromising opponent of each and every " link" in the whole of the " great chain" of Whig measures a United States Bank a Protective Tariff the Bankrupt Act Internal Improvements by the General Government, &c., &c. While on the other hand it will, so far as our humble abilities will enable us, be the firm 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 "JournaF will be a Democratic paper, and will always advocate Democratic men and Democratic measures. Although the "Journal" will be a political paper, vet, in order that it may also be agreeable to the general reader, its columns will always be open to such items of intelligence as will be interesting to the Farmer, the Merchant, the Mechanic, &c. Agricul ture, Trade, the state of the Markets, &c, together with a slight glance at polite literature occasionally,will receive our attention. We hope we will not be considered too 44 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 great deal of intercourse tarried on by the citizens of the lower portion of the State 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 it only requires a fair comparison to be instituted between the policy of the Federal and Democratic parties to ensure for the latter the most triumphantsuccess. 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 44 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 es to clothe them. Therefore, we hope that every Democrat into whose hands this Prospectus may fall, will do all he can to in sure the success of tho " Journal and the cause of Democracy. DAVID FULTON. Wtlminoton, N. C, September 21st, 1844. Subscriber's names. 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. KFotice. THE subscriber has returned from the North with a large and carefully selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dvc Stucs. Glassware. Shop Furniture, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, &e. ac, to which the attention of Physicians, country mer chants, and the public generally, is respectfully in vited. His stock of Drugs and Medicines compri ses every article usually called for in that line Warranted 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, hair 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, ?nd 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 j in the State shall UNDERSELL HIM. Thcre j fore, Physicians will do well to give him a trial ; before purchasing elsewhere. He has now facilities for putting up and pack I ing in a style equal to that done at the North. He would take thi3 opportunity of returning j mantes to the rnysicians and the public generally : for their liberal patronage since his commencement ; in business, and begs to assure them that nothing j shall be wanting on his part to merit a continu" J ance of their favors. j All orders from the country promptly attended i to- WM. SHAW. ! October 18, 1844. 5tf FRESH BEEP, STAILS Tos. 2 & 4. f Tl 1 .... rri' sunscnoer not wishing to enter into a long detail, would merely state to the cities nf Wilmington, that he is now prepared to supplv r tab,cs Wlth the best of BEBX1, PORK AND LAW3, the lowest Driees. His as will warrant him in saj ing the best, for he will I have that or none. Hotels or families can have i the beef sent to their houses if ihnV tvi i 03" Drovers can have a ready sale for 'their cat- tic, by applying to me. JOSEPH M. TILLY. 5-tf Oct. 18. 1844. Sl,XDID FALL and WHITER HPHE subscriber wishes to announce to his pa trons and the public in general, that he has now returned from the North, where he has been lor some time scectin? an e errant -n,l extensive assortment of CLOTHS, CASSMERES, AXD VESTLXGS, of the latest and most beautiful natferns ni5Kl . for thc season, which he is prepared to make up in the neatest and most fashionable style to nlcasc tVin lnt.f1 -.e V. .3 Together with a large and complete assortment of I . KADE CS.OTHHJJG, which he will sell lower than those nrtf cheap stores in the town, if the public will favor him with a call before purchasing elsewhere This clothing has been got up under mv own !m superintendence while at tht North ; and I made arrangements to have a new supply by the arrivals 01 me paciseis irom x uuaueipnia. I have engaged some of thc BEST WORK i MEN I could find in New York and Philadel phia. I am determined not to lie outdone here or .l"lL . Tl 51 1 1 I -ivacit 111 iUJf 1411C VI UUellilcOt CHARLES BARR, Merchant Tailor, At Mr. Peirson's former stand on Market street Oct. 11th, 1844. 4 tf ffL HHDS. Western Bacon Sides, (prime - W article,) for sale by JOHN HALL. Oct. 18, 1844. 5-tf A QUANTITY of first rate Ash Oars, for sale f u .0, Wm, COOKE, September 19th, 1944. PROSPECTUS OF THE WILMINGTON JOURNAL,. -Our Country, Liberty, and God. at the end of three months ; S3 50 at the expiration of the paid, except at the option of the publishers. I Residence. W. WARE, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY, and Member of the American Society of Dentai Surgeons, TERFORMS all operations upon the Teeth. JH. 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 of Front and Market streets, up stairs. (Jj Reference, the Citizens generally. March 1, 1844 8-tf JYoticc. CANDY AND CONFECTION AR1T JtIlVUFrfVTOIt 1 THE subscriber takes this method of inform ing the oitizens of Wilmington and the State of North Carolina, that it is four months since he has established himself in Wilmington in the above lins of business of which, I offer to furnish to any purchaser by the wholesale at j ten per cent, lower than the New York market, and which 1 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 trornircsn ru.t and superior to any ever j offered in this market. Lemons, Oranaes and all ; kinds of FOREIGN FRUIT always on hand, Wholesale and Retail. All orders promptly at tended to and carefully packed. M. LUCIA NL Iotice. npHE subscriber has lately been appointed Inspector of Naval Stores, and resDectful- ly solicits a share of patronage from his Coun try friends and the public generally. C. B. MORRIS. March 15, 1844. 10-tf Agency. THE Inspectors in this place having ceased to act as agents in the sale of Turpentine and Tar, the employment of agents for that purpose, will, therefore, in many cases, become necessary. The subscriber tenders his services to all 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 saies, anu promptness in making returns. (XjF He will also attend to the sale of Lumber and Timber. JAMES A. KING March 15. 1844 10-tf COUNTRY AGENTS. npHE undersigned take pleasure in returning uiaiiKS ior me liberal natrona?re whiob tbv have had from the public generally, and being de sirous to continue the business of all who mav think proper to intrust produce to their care : we 11 t r m . wo"IJ a5so jnfrin oui friends and the public, that U Turpentine and Tar sent to us will be sold for one per cent. G. P. & R. H. GRANT. March 22, 1844. 11 -tf Police to Turpentine Makers. f S' subscribor is now prepared to 'sell Naval Stores of all kinds to the best advantage ; his charae Will ho Tnor1prltp nvnrv nnnilful m, - - J "uiui aiiii- tion given. When the price is depressed and ow ners wisn to nold tor an improvement, he will fur- riish a WHARF, and make suitable ADVANCES lit . r- a rs -w cuncr in --ASti or UUUDS, to enable them to do so. Those wishing to SHIP will have cverv neces sary facility. The subscriber flattcrs,himself, that hif EXpEHIENCE coupled with INDUSTRY wi11 sccurc him a liberal share of business. IlllDa T TITIV JAMES I. BRYAN. March 22 l8i 11-tf EJ")"10 understood that the Inspectors of M.m. Turpentine will discontinue to act as asrents 'hg the article, the same beinir contrarv to ' "- "der these circumstances I am induced to ier m? SCTVcrs as aSent to all makers of Turpen- iiuc may mvur me wun ineir custom. 1 Will attend to thc selling of thc same for 1 per. cent. Commissions. JOHN HALL. March 15, 1844. 10-tf CORN. Corn always on hand, for sale in quantities to suit nnrrhaKrrs. hv WU crxrwv r t j ju ivwuiji Sept. 2Gih, 1844.- l-tf. LETTER SHEET & FOOLSCAP BILLS OF LADING, for sale at this office. - BLANK W ARRANTS for sale at the JOURNAL OFFICE. ! I -AIRBED X,. PRICE Winter. year. -No paper discontinued until all arrearages are . No. copies. Dwelling for Bent. THE commodious brick tenement on the corner of Front and Market-sts., which has been recently painted and repaired. It is well calculated for a boarding house, having a large yard and all necesr sary out houses. Apply to W. C. LORD, or M. LONDON. Oct. 4th, 1814. 3-tf NOTICE. Carriage & Horses will be kept in readiness at the HA A O VER HOUSE, to A 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, "B &h BBLS. old Nash Brandv, a prime arti JSL W cle, warranted 10 vears old. For sale by G. VV. DAVIS. Oct. , 1844. 6-tf Daniel Cromlay, Front Street, opposite the Chronicle office, WILMINGTON, 37. C , SNFORMS his friends and the public in gene ral. that he has m1o n facture work entirel y ad opted tot he present times, fnr n ash 1 ..u.4avuivuw ivf uiauu Gentlemen can be accommodated with BOOTS made after the latest French styles. In the manufacture of bis work, he will allow none to compete with him in any particular. The work made shall give entire satisfaction. D. C. will take pleasure in shewing the diffe rent kinds of work to all who will favor him with a call. Oct. 4th, 1844. 3-ly Chronicle will please copy. ODD P2LLOWS' SCHOOL. rglHIS Institution will be re-opened on the 15th L of October, under the charge of Mr. Robert MeJaughhn, 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 ocal 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. I u-j wa kj uu iitiu at me oiore oi Jt. Li. Hos kins. OWEN FENNELL, B. L. HOSKINS, JOHN McRAE, J. BALLARD, Trustees J. D. GARDNER, T. H. HOWEY, ALEX'R McRAE, ctooer 4, 1844. 3 tf Fresh Beef rSMie subscriber havin? taken stall No. 6, is -H- prepared to furnish Families and Boarding I nouses witn the BEST CP BEEP AND PORK, on the most reasonable terms, and will deliver it u.nLT' at a" hours- Bc ft- - To those 2iat have Seer Cattle to se 1 on foot. T ..;ii tu I: , '"J" the market will afford. ... u i unrnest dhcps JOHN T. HE WIT. ep. 21, 1844. 1-tf In Store. 23fe HHDS. prime Leaf Tobacco, Bhls. Porto Rico Sugar, iX Sls- prime Porto Kico Molasses, w Pierces Salmon, Hhds. Grate Coal, olt,U7 GE-W.DAYIS. Hf?J!; ?lftr1E this method of seneTl hcr frmer Pn public tionsTn M uS nW ready togire instnic- thJ IZ U?t 85 heretfc'e. at hcr residence near tne corner of Nun 1 v .1. . , where the distanced D0; W" at feown dwellings. W ilmington, Oct. 11, 1544, 0 4 tf i f ! I di RESPECTFULLY announces to the public that he has established a TOBACCO & FRUIT STORE in this place, on Market street, adjoining the Pest Office, and directly opposite the Carolina Hotel, where he keeps constantly on hand every article in his line, viz : , The very best Imported CIGARS ; Chewing TO BACCO of the best quality; SNUFF, Black & Yellow do.; ORANGES, LEMONS, &c. and every d"6cription of West India FRUIT. APPLES, CHESNUTS, AL. MONDS, &c. PICKLED OYSTERS, put up in JARS for the WEST INDIA MARKET, or fami ly use. These OYSTERS are from James Riven. Va., and are not to be surpassed as regards quality or mode of putting up. ORDERS thankfully received and promptly at tended to. S. solicits the patronage of those wishing to purchase articles in his line, and assures them that as to quality and price his GOODS cannot be beaten in the Wilmington Market. Nov. IS, 1844. 9-tf. In Store and for sale by WM. COOKE, 1AAA BUSHELS Turks Island Salt. WW MM do. white Corn, 400 bushels Oats, 25 boxes Soap, 3 hhds. Porto Rico Sugar, 1500 feet Ash Oars, all lengths, 10 bags Laguira Coffee, 10 bbls. Shad, 10 half bbls. Leaf Lard, 19 kegs Goshen Butter, 200 lbs. Brass Kettles, different sizes. 50 bales Hay. Nov. 8, 1844. THE GREAT FAMILY .NEWSPAPER. Now is the very nick of time to subscribe for tlic New Year 1S45. THE PHILADELPHIA. SATURDAY COURIER. With tne Largest Subscription List in tUe World I rrrr-TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS. -B 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 3 Magazines, Five copies of the Saturday Courier, and one copy of Frost's new Pictorial History of America, a $5 book, (7 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 prise, which have for years kept this paper a bright exemplar for all its imitators, will continually be added the productions of every available writer, and continued judicious and liberal expenditures will continualy be made, as well in the Literary as the Typographical departments. Our means will always enable us to be in advance of all others, and we shall be so. XT n. HISTORIES OF MODERN' RePUBIICS. A new and important announcement for the com in addition to our alreadv numerous nnl,r f, msr vear. tures, will be a series of Condensed Histories of Modern Rrnnb'iVa hv i CraoV, nnA ..,.., r. who will impart a world of important instruction to I f? lwS , thPPosite Party? andjeta the rising generation, in this new andentertainineLk! vv Te ibc Democracy haveamajori?, Romance of History." 5 j thc h,Z PUPPon 3 newspapers, and the; b Poitlau TopoonAnir. To iho rrr I . a SiR!c one uith exception of onesri ing appetite for a better Irnnm. !?, nf u tant features of our great and glorious conntrv our past exertions shall be redoubled in future to" m. sent vivid pictures of American eitiec mountains, lakes, rivers, caves, scenery, etc. etc. . Our Orig IN At JJOMKSTIC I AT.TQ Flcf.ve Poems, &c, will continue regularly to be furnish ed ty the best minds and pens in the country. These chaste productions arc 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. Ocr Traveller is constantly traversing the world, in search of the wonderful and instructive. Ocr Agriccltdhist occupies weekly an im portant space with all matters of interest for the noble tillers of the soil. Ocr EunopEAN Correspondents, in Liver pool, London, Ireland, the East, &c, keep us reg ularly advised of all subjects of special interest. Our Markets and Prices Ccrrent, embrace all the earliest advices in reference to the prices of Miuib oi grain, produce, Ac, the state of Stocks aw ot otocks, i r pS?7n r 1 rices Cur- mn.a, ..luney, anu janus : and our ranerements will I 0 ..... uuvauu lcuut; unr l rices Uur- rent of ineslimaKIo t t- n- -r, nnil oil Pn.. . Ci i . . . . - v w me Havener, r armor. ... ua uuDiucs? vmsses wnatevcr. Philadelphia, October 5, 1844. In Store. jJOOD BACON HAMS, best Goshen But ter, sweet Crackers, Soda Biscuit, Dried canvassed Beef, Corn and Meal Canal and Fayetteviile Flour, Laguira, Cuba and Rio Coffee, Brown, Loaf and Crushed Sugar, Cotton Yarn and Seine Twine, ' Crockery Ware, Coffee Mills. Spades and Shovels, and sundrv articles, ni lowest prices, by A. J. BATTLE, Ag't. Nov. 22, 1844. Liquors and Porter. iA BBLS. N. E.luiM, r V 5 do. N. o., do. 5 do. Amn. Brandy, 2 Pipes Holland Gin, 5 eighths Casks do. 5 eighths Cask Cog. Brandv, 6 Casks Porter in qts. and pints. Just received and for sale by BARRY & BRYANT. 15,1841. 9.tV; StLT AF?AT.-The cargo of Br.schr. Morning Star, just in from Turks Island. November 5 ' DAVW- BLANK CHECKG sale at the JOURNAL O article, for OFFICE. HARNESSES, TUTORS, M A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Goa in the above line, of my own manf 1 constantly on hand, and for sale at price the times. Saddles and Harness made to and Carriages retrimmed at short notice ft Charlottes, Buggies, and Trottlne v together with a general assortment of ftN ofc jucumcr ana ouoemakers Findi I Purchasers are respectfully invito! the old stand. Market BtrRpt. nn Si W. Brown's jewelry store. Wi,roicl, N. C.G,UY a H0TC Sont 9.7 lfttA C The Hanover II Oils,. 6 now open for the reception of The undersigned wnnM ho Ko Pl modate a1 who ma v rn iKL3 0 acca-l j ,,tiu. JOHN CHRISTIAN Feb. 9, 1814. Family Flour. BBLS nnil Vta LU- KM. . ,1 Fi " superhneC 6 HHDS. Molasses, rcceiVrl tte. JPschr. Samuel Incrbam frnm a- v ?'H ---a " "win j.-ivv torki C00KE September 18th, 1S44. PROSPECTUS OF THE "DISTRICT DEMOCRjJT' (OXFORD, NORTH CAROLINA.) THE Undersigned propose to publish in U Town of Oxford. Granville fVnl. v" Carolina, a paper to be entitled the " DISTptS DEMOCRAT," devoted to Politic, Aw2 and General Intelligence, provided ifjfi number of subscribers can bo r,!,fQ,.i r? them in the undertaking. They deem it unC sary to enter into a minute detail of their noS tenets, but think it will suffice to say, that C opposed to the political measures of the miscill Wfog Party ; believing them to be wbiS our Constitution, dangerous to our civil hbertv k jurious to the welfare of our country, and our 22 and prosperitv as .i nniirin w;i, ....l l .-C $5 10 15 20 mil oppose by every fair and honorable meaniti, election of Henry Clay of Kentucky, tothePrJ uenhal Chair, as he is the head and ipndrr nf party, and has pledged himself to TirrriiM Uis V.i 10 I - w pvi.uit lilC 1 . eral policy, and carry out to their full extent ruinous measures, and dangerous political nm ments of the same. Moreover, having Z pledged himself to tamper with the ConS,i, under which we have lived so long and j2 ronsly, and to destroy or mutuilate that power Veto,) which is now and was created krh.lb 10 guard, we cannot keep from viewing, as mvAn ry other true Democrat, his elevation to that m u.v,u no ia now, and has been seeking for so mm iZ 'i. , mcans,1D hls Pwcr- an era the political history of our government, that- hf rnrrVi nl I.-. m ... "-e"M uV every irue patriot with fair Mia prehension, for the consequences that must cm ui uemg our opinions with regard to. Mr. CM puuucai cnaracter, we shall hoist at the Mi our columns for President and Vice P,esidenU uie cnucu Mates, the nominees of the Demon national Convention. James K. Polk of Ten see and George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania shall use every fair and honorable means toeoJ ineir election. 'Jo do th rnltiU ill ! - T. ? ins democrats of the 7th CgmI i u- u j ' " """' pintiMl rtioM ,i ! port; being more numerous thev are belter able J ...t. a it tibujmr ie ana rnrrtTvioni ! ... ! u, L 5C.S" thir3 into consideration, we hi ' wnethcr justice to themselves, theou I nauPriIiPs they profess, and a re-ardfortM oi me district to which thev (wJomr.M noi uemanu at their hands some local vehicle A. 1 t . J C miormation on political subjects. - . COLLINS & STR0THER September, 8, 1844. Feathers. 90 tflft LBS" Hve Geesc Fathers, in ti? Vfrom 10 to 100 lbs., iust rend y -camci v m. u. meares. For sale by Oct. 10, 1844. GEO. W. DAVIS. LBS. Yellow Bees Wax. " "prime article, just received, P8! earner w m. o. Meares. For sale by Oct. 10, 1844. GEO. W. DAVIS. WINDOW SJSnES-BLIMS and DOORS. rjlKE subscriber is agent for one of the W mnufactories at the North, and will tfM .,w. cni. tU L , u:.i, M 1 i r i i orders lor the above named articles, which ww' 7 i ii i y t'li ii ri ann 1 . . i - . i .-, i . ( Trcr c ii . 'k i i , ; P and delivered nn bnnnl of vessels in York, at the LOWEST PRICES, and at 1 notice. Persons about to contract forbuJ will find it to their interest to call and exaH prices belore sending their orders abroad. GUY C. HOTL'HKISS. Sept. 27. 1844. My L - w JOHN" HAL1) C031MISSION MERCHAffl Second brick building on Waler, South of berry S(reet,-up stairs, HAS FOR SAZiS CASKS fresh Thomastown Western Bacon, in hogsheads, BBLS, Mess Pork, IO N. O. Molasses. 600 20 Sept. 27, 1844. 1-tf OH HAND, FRESH Goshen Butter ; Canal and Fayettcville Flour ; Cotton Yarn and Seine Twine ; Good North Carolina Hams ; rtidH at fair prices. A. J. BATTLE, Ag" November 1st, 1844. 7-2t Coffee. 91 BAGS Rio Coffee, 10 do. Cuba. Just received and for sale by BARRY fcBKVAV if BB Nov. 15 1 - 1 C I I J 1 tf. J if.