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.Correspondence of the N. O. Delta. City of Mexico, Nov. 1, 1847. ! Eds. Delta: I understand it ! is the intention of the General-in-chief to ! establish a semi-monthly communication j with the coast, as soon as the reinforce " w . ments shall arrive - m a iiiiswinpveaoi I . ..,.11 - JL 4- stimulus to the business of the country. ! and materially increase the receipts ot tne , custom nouse. With the train that left here went tne sick and wounded of the army, and some others who were ordered out of the coun try on recruiting and other service. 1 heir separation from those remaining, recalled vividly to mind many reminiscences ot the past, and their parting " good-bye was one of no ordinary character, and not like ly to be forgotten by either. It was a part iii of soldiers! of soldiers who, side by fcide, had endured the fatigues anil expo sures of a long and laborious march who, side by side, had crossed the rough ped regal"and the deep "baranca' who, side by side, had waded the dense marshes aud climbed the craggy heights and who, shoulder to shoulder, had met the enemy's massive hosts, in the proud array of glit tering steel who, shoulder to shoulder, had bared their breasts to the deadly lire of the enemy's deep-toned artillery and who, shoulder to shoulder, had scaled the enemy's well constructed forts, and plant ed the stars and stripes on their ramparts in glorious triumph, maintaining the na tion's honor, & exalting the nation's pride: "These are deeds which should not pass away, And names that must not wither, though the e.irth Forgets her empires with a just decay." MUSTANG. Vera Cruz, Nov. 13, IS4r. Eds. Delta : Gov. Wilson has revived the old Alien and Sedition Law of the elder Adams. Some knotty paragraphs appeared in the columns of the Genius of Liberty, in relation to the Court of Correc tion, as it is miscalled. 1 he Uourt, com posed of a Captain of some corps or other, and a clerk in the commissary department, feeling the smart of these paragraphs, sum moned the editors to appear in Court, and answer for a contempt 'heaven save their worships!) of Court, and without a trial by jury, or allowing them counsel, fined the aforesaid Genius of Liberty $200. This roused the dander of Dr. Quinn, and in his paper of the 12th he put some pertinent interrogatories to the Governor and his collector. Whereupon the Gov ernor sent an officer and a file of men closed the office of the aforesaid Genius of Liberty and carried the editors to prison. So, farewell to the Genius of Liberty. Gov. Wilson has struck it a blow revived the sedition law, and stifled the liberty of the press. MASSENA. Vera Crux, Nov. 18, 1847. Eds. Delta: In the last few days our city has presented quite an. animated aspect Since the train's arrival, the merchants of this city have done a prosperous business? and God knows it is nigh time that they should do something, for hitherto Uiey have scarcely been able to scrape together suf ficent funde to meet their bills, pay their hoard and house rent. Yesterday, at noon, the Mexican courier arrived here from Oriy.aba, bringing pa pers and letters from Jalapa, Queretaro, and other interior cities of note. From them we glean the following few but im portant items: In the city of Guadalajara a fresh revo lution has burst torth in lavor of the eleva tion to the Presidency of Gomez Farias, the avowed antagonist ot the sacredotal party. His partisans, whilst attacking the churches and endeavoring to abstract therefrom the sacred utensils of gold, were suddenly assaulted by the mob, incited by the priests. A sanguinary engagement im mediately ensued between the infuriated parties the one endeavoring to pillage the sacred edifices, the other to protect them trom the threatened desecration. In the action it is said that Gen. .Ampudia, of Monterey and bentmanat notoriety, was slain, together with many of the followers of Gomez Farias. The militant church party, which so well knows how to defend its privileges, has triumphed as usual. Gen. Paredes has openly pronounced, at Tulancingo, in favor of the plan of Iguala. In his pronunciamiento and monarchical movement, he was seconded by the garri son of .Mazatlan. The spirit breathed forth in every para graph of these papers, is the spirit ot war and unquenchable hatred to the North Americans and their acts. -'The Mexicans, though destitute of all resources, having amongst them the apple of discord,distract ej by internal convulsions and ..divided councils, yet evince' no desire nor tenden cy whatever to peace or conciliation. Gen. Ilea is with Santa Anna, who is now in Orizaba with a brigade at his com mand. It is reported that the next train proceeding hence to the city, will be again attacked on the road by the combined forces of these Generals. The result vou may conjecture. Gen.Bustainente has left San Luis Potosi for Queretaro. This General has, accord ing to the Mexican papers, at his disposal a force of about 5000 men. Gen. Filisola is also on his march to the same city from Zacatecas. Gen. Valencia is gone to Guadalajara, in which city Almonte is residin"-. After the return of the military heroes from the theatre on Wednesday night, they were complimented by a serenade, at the instance of the Councils of the three .Muni cipalities, by Lehman's unrivalled band. 1 ney played a selection of the most approv- .!vna anlother airs, finishing off th "ankee Doodle." The crowd as eiabed made the welkin ring with appro From the WWotm Union. 24th nit. "The Friends of Peace." The old "Peace Societies" of the last ar over again I Some of Mr C ay's friends are following his advice to hold meetings to re-echo his resolutions. e observe a call, signed by thirty-two names in Cin cinnati? lor a meeting of "the friends of llt-Y Will Ul S ... . I 1 I hey will, ot course, adopt 31r III UV- " .' 7 I " i.i .(,.' sentiments: ami the verv course ,icri theseWen of peace are taking is V most strangeiy calculated to deleat the ob- ject they proless. lhe union ot the coun try is the harbinger ot success. A united front would damp the enemy and termin ate the war. It is such proceedings as Mr Clay and his friends are taking as will be caught up and circulated in the Mexican journals, and cheer up to hopes of the ene my and procrastinate a peace. Banks in Mississippi. The late elec tion in Mississippi determines the ques tion in the affirmative, by a large majority, that the constitution of that State shall be so amended as to deprive its legislature of the power to charter banks. We presume, therefore, that the experiment of free bank ing is to be mfide in that State. Practical Conquest. Lieut. Thomas J. Myers, of the Massachusetts regiment, has asked and received his discharge, and has "annexed " himself to a beautiful se norita, near Monterey. The fair Mexican brings her lord the cool sum of 30,000. Lieut. Myers is a printer, and is about establishing a newspaper at Monterey. A NEW YORK CITY NEWSPAPER AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR!! .THE ISLAND CITY Is printed upon a larc handsome eheot. containing Al COLUMNS OK HEADING MATTER written by the following talented contributors : Henry A. Buckingham, B. Constaiile. C K. Uiti;;s, J. D. B.v;s, A. A. Phillips. Tlii powerful conjunction of literary talent, cnbij am.f.d upon any weekly publication in this country, renders the I .-I.i nd City the LAltCiKSf AND BKST FAMILY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD, Published at the .same price, viz : 25 Outs lor Three Months!! or one dollar per annum I From almost every- Post-office in the United States we have received subscriptions through the exertions of the Post Master, (who are respectfully solicited to act as our agents.) aud it is our ambition by untiring energy and IHTSrfvcrauce. to make the Island City a welcome visitor to every family circle throughout the United States. The impossibility to convey a just impression of the inten tions f the publishers in this single announcement must be apparent to every one. but they would earnestly solicit a single trial, an unbiased examination of the merits of the Island City, which nil ran do by a remittance of the trifling sum of Twenty-five Cents, which, will entitle them to three mouths subscript ion. satisfied that an acquaintance of that period will lead to one of a more permanent char acter. Vniong the regular features of the paper will be found ORIGINAL ROMANCES AND TALES, REVOLUTIONARY SKETCH ES. LEGENDS OK THE THIRTEEN COLONIES. LOCAL SKETCHES. POLICE NEWS. ITEMS, &e. -TABLE D'HOTE, THE DRAMA. Together with extracts from the works ot the following English writer : Douglas Jerrold. Martin Farquhar T up per, Mark Lemon. Uilbcrt A Beckett. William, llowitt. Sic etc. PREMIUMS! PREMIUMS ! PREMIUMS! AH new subscribers for the term of one year will be en titled either to the powerful written Sea Novel entitled THE METEOR; OR, CUTTER OF THE OCEAN O r, to the domestic novel of WALTER WOOLFE; OR. THE FRATRICIDE. In every City. Town, or Village a club can readily In formed by any person who will give a few hours" attention to such object. To all such who will remit us FIVE DOL LARS we will furnish SIX COPIES of the paper; includ ing in every case the above premium. Address SMITH, HOLDEN & SMITH Publishers of The Island City. 75 Chatham street, New York." Papers publishing this Prospectus o ye time will be entitled to a year's subscription, to lie sent either to their address, or to any person tuey may desire. 45U-5t JUST RECEIVED, One hundred casks 1'HESH LIME, 1000 lbs. BACON. For sale by Dec. 4. 1S47. 4")t-ot. COOK & POWELL. Being depirous of moving to the West, I will (if nt pre viously disposed of.) offer for sale on Wednesday, the l?Jth diiy of December, between anil 1500 ACHES TIM15EK. &- TURPESTINE LAND, On which there is 24.000 turpentine lmxes. two years old. Also, a Saw Mill, in good order; a good Dwelling and all necessary out-houses. There is on said land about 130 acres cleared, in a fine state of cultivation, and some fine land to clear, of which there is some rich swamp land, said to le surpassed by none. The situation is pleasant, healthy ami every way desirable. The above land is situated on the west side of Cape Fear River. 14 miles north of Fayctteville. near the llaleigh road, and averaging 2 miles from Cape Fear and 2 from Little Kiver. Persons wishing to see the above land can do so by callinjr on the subscriber. Also, stock of Horses, Cattle, Ilojrs. corn, fodder, oats. peas. Household and Kitchen Fur niture. Blacksmiths' Tools, turpentine tools, farming uten sils, 8i.c. terms made kuown on day of sale. john McNeill. December 4. 1S47. 450-ts. c(T-Obscrver and Wilmington Journal copy. FRESH NORFOLK ' OYSTERS, For sale by the plate or measure at my store. .NOV. tiu. 1S47. W. PRIOR. J0SCPH S. DUNN oflersliisscr- vices as Undertaker and builder, to the citizens or others, disposed to contract for building or jobb ins- Terms liberal. FOR SALE. An excellent assortnient:of common-Crockery, suiiauie ior country Merchants. ; JNO. M. ROSE. November 13, 1s-17. " ' C v. J":.r, Fine Brussels Carpet Bags, , V " " Ingrain " " ' ' -v r- " Ladies Satchels, for sale bv R. A. STUART. August 14, IS 17. 1847. OTm. Cm James & Go. ARE now receiving and for sale by wholesale and retail, their" large and extensive stock of Fall and Winter Goods, embracing almost every article that is usually kept in the Dry Goods, Hat, Shoe and Hard ware and Cutlery line, All of which have been recently purchased in the Northern Markets, at auction and private sale under the ' most favorable circumstances, and many at much below what they could now be bought for. They respectfully solicit a call from their friends and the public generally, to give their stock an examination before laying in their fall supplies, as great pains have been taken and much time consumed in order to obtain every article at the lowest price, so as to offer every advantage that would be gained by going further North. New supplies will be received throughout the season as they are wanted. Hay street, nearly opposite the new Hotel. Fayetteville, N. C, Sept. 4, 1S47. N." B. Always on hand large assortment of Double and Single Barrel GUNS, with all the necessary equipments. W. C. J. &. Co. TTME NOJRTBL. - Tlie Iest Medicine tn the World- PILES CURED FOR LIFE. BY DR UPHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. An Internal Remedy for the speedy ami per manent cure of Piles, Inflammation ol the Liver, Bowels, Spleen, Kidneys and Bladder; Chronic Dvsenterv, Severe and Habitual Costiveness, and all diseases ot" a similar .nature, w hich are frequently found in conjunction with the PILES, Dr Uphsm's Electuary is an Internal Remedy, not an external application, and will cure any case of Piles either Bleeding or Blind, Internal or External, and is the only medicine that will. It is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to take and im proves the general health in remarkable manner. The following is one of the 20,000 Certificates "iven in the course of a few years, of the superior efficacy of this medicine in the cure of Piles? and Inflammatory Diseases. Rochkstkr, Sept. 14 IS -16. Messrs. Post &. Willis Gents : It is with no ordinary feelings of pleasure that I am enabled to inform vou of the cure 1- have experienced by the use of Dr Upham's Vegetable Pile Electuary, which I obtained from you in case of Piles with which I have been afflicted. My sufferings have been almost beyond endurance, and cannot be known or imagined only by those who have ex perienced like afflictions. Having been so long and sorely afflicted, I am induced to address you, that through you I may make known to my friends and neighbors the tru ly wonderful virtues of Dr Upham's Electuary, which I shall hereafter keep on hand, as I find it beneficial in other respects, removing obstinate costiveness, morbid accumulations in the stomach and bowels, and to purify the blood thus remov ing the cause of Piles' when a speedy cure must follow. It is needless to add, that previous to obtain ing the Electuary of you, I had consulted many of our best physicians" to but little or no benefit . Should you know a case of malignant Piles, please refer them to me, at my residence, in the town of Gates, where I shall be pleased to give them much more particular information than I am able to in this communication. JOSHUA BEAMAN. Sold Wholesale and Retail by Wyutt & Ketc ham, 121 Fulton street, New York, and by Drug gists generally throughout the United States. Price ;1 a box. Notice .None is genuine", unless signed with a pen thus, (Qc- A. Upham, M. D.) The hand is also done with a pen. v- S. J. HINSDALE agent for FayetteviHe. ALLEBASIS' MEDICINES forsaie as above. Pills, Plasters Salve, and Toothache Drops. Powder- Having an arrangement with the Manufacturer, I am prepared to sell powder by the qaantity, to country merchants or others at less than they can import it. GEO. McNEILL. Oct. 10, ls47. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS. Call and sec our very handsome selection of HATS and CAPS, and men's, ladies' and misses' Boots and Shoes. J. &. T. WADDI LL. Oct. 10, 1S47. 45-2-tf. FOIl RENT. A comfort able Dwelling House on Dick st , at present occupied by .Mr J. Brooksbank. Pos session will be (jiveii on the 1st of January. 1848. Nov. 27. 1847 . 458-tf. DAVID GEE. CHEAP HATS I luivc on hand, of my own manufacture, fine Black. & Drab. Beaver HATS: smooth cooiuand brush do.; fine lamb's wool do.: and now receiving from some of the best manu facturers in New Vork. superfine fashionable Beaver; super moleskin: tine Silk; close Beaver, and almot-t every kind of men's and boy's Hats. Silk velvet turbans for children. Super Otter. Shetland Seal. Nutra. Muskrat and Cloth C APS. of every description, which I will sell from 10 to 2o per cent less lliuu former prices. DAVID GEE. November 27. 1S47. 4-58-tf. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE The following valuable property, belonging to the estate of the Hon. John Campbell, deceased. U offered for sale by private contract. I hat larjie plantation known as the Carious place, lyinjr on the river Pee Dee, in the District of .Marlborough. S. C. This plantation contains about 1600 acres, of which 200 acres are cleared. Also, that other tract, of rich river land known as the Forlorn Hope, also lyinjj; on the river Pee Dec in .Marlboro' District. S. C. This tract contains 734 acres, of which about 200 acres are cleared. These two tracts will be sold either separately e- together. They join each other, and together would make an excel lent plantation. The terms will bo made known and the premises shown, on application to .Alexander .McQueen. Ksq.. near Cheraw. S. C. or to the subscribers at Chcraw. Karly application is roijuested before the 1st of January uext. if practicable. BLAKENEY & MACFAKLAN. Attorneys for .Mrs Jauc Campbell, F.xecutrix. November 27.1X47. 4SS-5w. FALL, 1847 NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. JAMES KYLE HAS just received by the lnte arrivals from the North, a larjie and general assortment of rr.T goods. Among which are Superfine Cloths and Cassimeies, Merino Cassiineres, C;:ssinets, and Ken. Jeans Satin, Valencia, and other Vestinjis , . ." Exrta superfine Satin striped Silk, Colored Silks, plain striped and figured. Satin striped Thibet Cloth, new style, Gros-do-Swiss and Gros-de-Nap, Merino, Silk and Woollen Shawls, Rich needle-worked Collars, Flannels, Blankets, ami negro cloth, Calicoes and Ginghams, Tariton and Woollen piaids, Pongee and other silk Handkerchiefs, Alpaca, Silk and cotton Warp, Irish Linen, Lawns and Diapers, 6- packages Boots and Shoes, Anker Bolting Cloths, Nos. 1 to 10. With many other articles which will compare with any assortment in this State; and bought lor Cash bv the 1'ackage, will he ottered at re duced prices by wholesale or retail. Merchants and families will please call and examine the goods. October 9, 1S47. THE Subscribers have received and offer for sale, a full assortment of DRY GOODS. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY 1LSO 1 A general assortment of GROCERIES, consisting of all the articles usually sold in this market. J. HUSKE & SON. Nov. 6, 1S47. 455-6w WOTIC3. On Saturday the 18th December, kt McNeill's Bridge, Rockfish. -will he ottered for sale, 473 Acres of Land, On the south side of Rockfish. and within two miles of it. Said tract will be found on examination to be good Turpen tine Land. Terms at sale. WILLIAM MeMILLAX, HECTOR McNIELL. Dec. 4. 1847. 459-t. CAJROMNIAN DRY GOODS STOKE. fill HE Subscribers hive taken the Store fdrmer 1J ly occupied by P. P. Johnson & Co., South east corner of Market square, where they are now receiving a large and general assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS: Araong which are, superfine black, blue, and brown Cloths ; Beaver and Pilot Cloths, for over coatintr: steel mivM ditto: simer black and fancy Cassimeres ; plain and tancy plaid Sattinets ; gold mix'd and nl.iin Tweerl Kentucky Jeans : Ker- - sevs. all wool : Einsevs worsted Plaids fine ' bed Blankets ; saddle and negro ditto ; bed Tick- j ings; table Diaper ; birdseye ditto; Towelling; blch'd Drills ; plaid Cloak Linings; black and fancy silk Velvets ; super satin and cashmere Vestings ; Valencia ditto ; gent, fancy Scarfs and Cravats ; worsted and cashmere Shawls, some very fine ; children's silk and worsted Hoods ; Swiss, bok, and jaconet Muslins; plain and fig'd Bobinets ; muslin Edgings and Insertings ; cotton and thread Edgings. For Ladies' wear fine Cashimeres; satin stripe D'Laines ; French do; Orleans Cloth ; plain Thi bet do ; silk warp Alpacas ; plaid and satin stripe do; plain and col'd diess Silks; J apron do; French, English, and American Prints, &.c. &.c. ALSO, Super fur and wool Hats, Bonnets, Shoes, Boots, Umbrellas and Parasols. CO- The above Stock embraces every article usually found in a Dry Goods Store, all of which will be sold at the lowest market prices, for Cash, or on time to punctual customers. E. L. & J. A. PEMBERTON. Sept. 18, 18-17. 4 IS-3m. MARBLE FACTORY Nearly opposite the Post Office. Jan. .10, IS 17 y FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. DAGUEHREOTYPR MINIATTUKES. MR. BRYAN having been professionally en gaged in the country, has returned asrain to this place, and will be happy to wait on all who may favor him with a call. He deems it unneces sary to enter into a long detail of his approved plan of operating, confidentiy relying on his speci mens as the best criterion of his ability. Mr I. returns to the public his sincere thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore received. Particular attention will be given to all those who may wish to engage in this beautiful art. Instructions, with all the l itest improvements, apparatus and stock furnishwd on reasonable terms. For further information inquire at his room, 1 doors west of J3riggs' Hotel. The most approved Daguerreotype Apparnttis, improved German cameras, French and American Instruments of the best (uality, with pl.ites, cases, chemicals, polishing materials, &c, kept constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest prices for cash at the Daguerreotype rooms of j L. P.RYAN. April 17, 1S17. 4:N-ff. WINTER GOODS, For Farmers' and Family use. WE have now in Store a Goods suitable for fanners' larpe assortment of ;nd family use, con- sisting in part of Virginia Osnaburgf, for shirtings); heavy plain and striped Kerseys; extra heavy J Mill'd Army Cloths; black, blue, mixed, drab and fancy: Sattinets; plain, red, and fancy Plaid; Lmseys; heavy twilled and Duf fle Blankets;" heavy Brogans, (extra sizes) and v.ll other kinds of common Shoes ; Wool r 3 and other kinds of Hats, and. common Caps, J ALSO, 9-4, 10-4, ' 11-4 apl V2-1 super Whitney Bed Blankets; Ingrain and Venetian Carpet ings; plain and printed Baizes, (for crumb cloths;) Brussels, Tufted and Velvet Rugs; for sale at the lowest market prices. Oct. 23, Is; 17. - 4 ."3-tf. THE PLANTERS PILL ! ! ! R. F. Hibbards Jinti-BM'ou Pills These Pills having got into general use at the North as a family pill, are oflered to the South as the verv oesc pin in;u can ne useu in warm weather, or during the sickly season. For ;,11 diseases of the head, for Fever and Ague, Jaun dice, Bilious Colic, and Flatulency, they are not surpassed by any other Medicine known. The minuteness of the dose (only two Pills) their simplicity and energy, together with their great convenience, happily adopt them to tbe use of families, travellers, emigrants, seamen &.c. FOB. 1'EVEIt AND AGUE. Perhaps there never was a remedy that has done more to eradicate from the system, that peculiarity of Bilious AHection accompanied by lever called Fever and Ague, s these Pills w hen taken according tc directions, they never fail to perfect a cure The Pills were made by the original proprietor, Rev. B. Hibbard, about "0 years ago; H. p. Hib bard, son of the Rev. B. H., is the present pro prietor, and still continues to manufacture in his own name. BILIOUS COLIC Patients find relief from a single dose of them. I have known individuals attacked with Bilious Colic, and so severe was the griping, painful sensation, that they were unable to straighten themselves ; they have tak ken a large dose of the Pills, bruised to powder and put in brandy, that in fifteen minutes were able to sit up and converse. The great truth, that preventive is better than cure, should be regarded as truth rather than fic tion, and the first symptoms of disease should be promptly met by a d'se of Pills ; and by thus much of care we should find ourselves rid of a thousand troubles. The cheapness of the Pills, their convenience i i . : . . : . . i- . ... aim men- lermuiiy oi action, renr it very im portant for each family to keep them constantfy on hand. Whoever wishes to good spirits, will not secure good health and fail to take these Pills according to directions. "The public utility and unbounded popularity oi inese rms renaer it unnecessary to insert many certificates; those however, who may be anxious to learn still farther particulars, can be fully satisfisd by application to the proprietors and manufacturers. Ev ery effort should be made to guard against fraudulent and pernicious imitations of HIB BARDS PILLS, as the secret of preparing and compounding them is only known to the family of the discoverer. For sale by S. J. Hinsdale, agent for Favette ville; P. F. Pescud, Raleigh; Dennis Heart, Hills boro; B. Howard, Tarboro; P. J. Brown, Louis burg; B. Ware, Wilmington; and by one agent in nearly every village in the United States and Canadas. R. F. Hibbard & Co. i'-s John street, New York, sole proprietor. Oct. 10, 1S47. A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER, AND Oommisson Merchant, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, The Graefenberg Vegetable Pills. 30.000 Boxes Sold Each and Every Week. THE GRAEKfc.NBK.RG COMPANY Hereby give notiee that their (.Jeneral Agent for the State of North Carolina is Col. WWI. JOXES, Louis 1 county. N. C. burg, rrank- The erml A?ent fu."y prepared to appoint sub airent whercTer there is no branch of the Company ; eith er on pergonal application, or by mail, post-paid. The rapid sale these celebrated pills, and the extraordinary cures they are constantly ellecting. render them, by far, the most popular pill of the age. An Agency will conse quently be very valuable. The tiraefenberg Pills are inconceivably superior to any ever before discovered. In all bilious complaints; in gener al derangement of the system; in all disorders which result from a bad state of the blood, these pills are a ovwreign remedy. In the class of diseases called chronic, the Gracfcnburg Tills achieve their highest triumph. Here they defy nil competition. Entering within the hidden recesses of the system, they quietly but surely purify the blood, root out disease, and give tone aud viir to the body. Cures are Constantly Effected by these Pills, in cases where eTery other means had utterly failed. The most abundant proof of this could be given, but a trial of one single box will convince the patient. They can be ordered and sent by mail, at trning expense. The price is 2o cents a box. Where two dollars worth "are ordered aud the money remitted the Company will pay the postage on the Pills. Remittances at the Company's risk. Wherever there is no Agency of the Company they can be ordered by mail. These Pills are taking the place of all others, and no sick person should be without tht-m. AU Billious Complaints, Bowel Complaints, Constipation Dyspepsia, FeTer and Ague. Headache, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Rheumatism, all Stomach Complaints. Green Sickness, &c. &c, yield at once to these Pills. They purge away offensive humours, arrest the progess of disease, and at the same time restore tone and vigor to the system. In case of general derangement of the health, they are Sover eign. By their use. the weak will become strong ; the pale and bilious complexion lie restored to a perfect fresh and healthy color ; all the bad synitoins will ouc by one disappear. June 5. 1847. 4U-ly. AND IWILLIXERY. MRS. E. WALTON HAS just re reived from New York, a fashionable F:dl and Winter assortment of Flowers (of a very superior quality,) Ribbons, Satins, Silks, arid Ops; and i prepared to execute orders for all kinds of Mantu t-iii iking and Millinery, in all their various branches. Orders from the country ahull receive prompt attention. Straw Bonnets bleached and altered to the pre sent fashion. Latest Fall and Winter Fashions just received. Mrs W. will be found at her residence on Hay street, opposite the M. E. Church. Oct. It, 1N17. 4 31 -3m. NEW STORE AND NEW (GOODS. L. McKELLAR would nnnnuncc to the citizens of Fayctteville and surrounding country, that he hag opened a store on Hay street, one door cast of Mr T. S. Lutterloh. where he is now receiving hi stock of Dry (Jooils, Groceries, Hardware, Cut lery, Crockery, Glass, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, &c. &c. Which ho will sell low for Cash, or exchange for country produce. November 13. 1S47. 4-"-:;ni DISSOLUTION. THE Copartnership of Gardner &. McKetlnn will be dissolved by mutual consent, on the l-th diyof December next. All those indebted to the firm, by note orf account, me requested to settle the same, or secure the payment thereof, by the 1st Janu.iry, lS4,s; as one ol" the partners will remove from the State, making- it necessary for all accounts to be closed. The business will be conducted us usu.-l, until the l.'ith Dec. , C. T. GARDNER, A. A. Mc RETURN. A. A. .VcKETHAN will continue the Carriage-making business at the old stand, having purchased the entire interest of Mr Gard ner: lie hopes to be able to supply his customers and receive a liberal patronage. No pains will be spared to give general satisfaction in the business. October 10, 117. 452-tf.. A lirst rate wood worker who understands making wheels, will find steadv implovment on application to GARDNER & M c K ETI IAN. Fayetteville, Oct. 10, 1M7. l-r-tf H. 2IU.1TS01T Has opened a large and MiW stock or Principally HARDWARE AND CROCKERY, W itli a neat assortment ot DRY GOODS, Which lie will sell for the lowest prices. Sept. 4, ls l7. 4 10- if. EOOZ Jl JSTD BOOK BINDERY. (LATE R. W. II AR DIE'S.) THE Subscriber has open store, (known as Kvle's Mied the new corner s comerl next door to M essrs Lilly, and immediately below the new Hotel, in which he intends to keep, and has now, a large and very valuable assortment of BOOKS, PAPER, MUSIC, PENS, QUILLS, & FANCY ARTICLES, which he respectfully invites the public to examine. The following are part of his stock now on band : SCHOOL BOOKS. Smith's, Emmerson's, Adams', ami Pike's Arith metic; Grigg& Elliot's, and Saunders' Readers, Nos. 1,-J, 3, and 1; Grimshaw's United States ami England; Gale's Philosophy; Bullion's English and Latin Grammars; Anthon's Virgil; Pen nock's Greece and Rome; Andrew, and Stodarth's Gram mar; Frost's American Speaker; Lovell's U. S. do.; Boyd's Rhetoric; Smith's Geography; First Class Reader; Porter's Reader; Lee's Philosophy; Emer son's Arithmetic, d and 3d parts; Anlhon's Latin Lessons; Anthon's Sallust; Folsorn's Livy; Spell ing: Books; Dictionaries, &.c. BLANK HOOKS. Journals, Ledgers and Day Books, diflerent sizes; Bill Books; Receipt do"; Bar do.; with an assortment of very superior Pens, quills, wafers, and sealing wax. j.Viiscellancous Books. The works of Milton, Byron, Scott, Shelly, Montgomery, Pope, Cow per, Rogers, Elliot; Lan don, Thompson, Cook, Coleridge, Sou they, Wordsworth, Moore, Collins, Gray, Beattie, and others. Presentation Books : The Rose; Ursuline Manual; Christmas Blossom,- Odd Fellow's Offer ing; Charlotte and Elizabeth; Common Prayer ; Praver; Gilt Bibles, small; Father Oswald; Novels; Games; Pictures; Note Paper; Cards; Envelopes Letter Paper, a superior kind; a large assortment of MUSIC; Pencils; Slates: WraDnimr Pn.w.- mVnS.nv'L". a,,d Pan,PWet to the BOOK BINDERY. This branch of the es tablishment will be carried carried on as before, under the personal superintendence o,i rr.- mounts; a.vMS1anre oi Mr liardie The subscriber intends to devote his own time to this business.. He hopes, by strict attention and promptness, to merit a liberal share of pat ronage. 1 N. B. Persons having Books now in the Bind ery, may rely on their being ready very soon. r ! 1. BELL. Fayetteville, Sept, 25, IS 17. . i . . y avuic CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Xearly Opposite Liberty Point. The subscriber having taken the stand lately occupied by Simpson &. McLaughlin, respectful ly returns his thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by unre mitted attention to business, to merit a contin uance of the same. I have on hand several vehicles: Carriages, Barouches, Buggies, Rockaways, Waggons, &.C, of the moat approved style, which, for lightness and durability, compare with any made here or elsewhere. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to call and examine them, as I am determined to sell very low for cash or approved notes. Having hd several years experience in one of the largest establishments north, I am prepared to manufacture Carriages of any description, at the shortest notice. All work warranted for twelve months; and repaired, free of charge, should it fail in point of workmanship or mater ial. REPAIRING neatcly executed at the shortest notice and most reasonable charge. Orders thank fully received. A. C. SIMPSON. F'ayetleville, April 3, IS 17- 424 -tf. iportatTo mill owners. HOTCHKISS' Vertical Wafer Wliccl. THE Subscribers having witnessed the sucees ful operation of these wheels, were induced to purchase the right of using thcin in the state of North Carolina. Besides being generally Adopted in the North ern States, these wherl sue ceining into gener al use in the soul hem States. We hav e sold about 200 Rights; 40 of w hich are in successful opera tion in Cumberland county. These wheels are more durable, and more easi ly kept in order when properly put together than the flutter wheel. They w ill sve one-third of the water, and w ill run in back water, w hen theie is a head above. The speed ofthes;.w is increas ed to more than double the strokes per minute We could refer to many gentlemen, some of whom have had the wheels in operation twentv four months or more; and from many of them and others, we have received cei tificates expi ess ing their high approbation of the superior r.dvun tages of these over the flutter wheel, stating that their saws will cut t5UO, 3000, 3."00, and even as high as o000 feet per day. They keep constantly on hand for s; le, pairs of wheels, (vaying in size to suit dil'erent heads of water,) in Wilmington, Fayetteville, Washing ton, and Newbern, N. C; and bv Richard Yar- borough, Caswell county t EA Bievard, Lin coln; J T Dodson, Danville, Va; Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va. The price of a right for one pair of wheels is i.0, and county rights w ill be sold on reasonable terms. We caution sll persons throughout the State against paying any person but ourselves, or our authorized agents, for the right of using these wheels. NOTICE TO WILL WRIGHTS. If you wish employment, :c;u;iint yourselves with putting in these Wheels, ;is we now wish to employ at least 1000 in this business in dillerent .pai ts of the Stale. DUNCAN McNEILL. AUCH'D McLAUCHLAN, A A McKETHAN. C. T. GARDNER. Fayetteville, Jiimnry 31, 117. 303-tf NEW GOODS. IIE "Subscriber has received his Fall and Winter stock of GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware, Crockery. Hats, Shoes, tfcc-&c. With a 1 irjje assortment of Saddlej v. . Ji. A. STUART. Aug. 11, 1 17. . 4 43-tf Would respect I n II v inoini 4 the citizens of Fayetteville, I and the public generally, n:ii i;e occupies lliesiunil on Cillespies stieet, doois south of M;nket Sipiaie, whoie he will tna nuh et n i e ami keep constantly on hand an assortment of TLX .7.VJ SHEET 111 ON UME Persons wishing to purchase would do well to e ll and examine his stock before purchasing rise where, as he is determined to sell as che.:p ;.s any other manufacturer in the State. Cooking Stovcsof various patterns always on hand, and sold low f rc;ish. Jati'y !, 1S47. VALUABLE DWELLING MOUSE FOR- SALE. I HA I beautilul residence on Haymount, for merly belonging to C. P. Mallett, Es., and near the jesiden-e of Mr Hale, is oflered for sule. It has st ibles, and out-houses of all kinds; and every thing in complete order. This residence is so well known, and in so commanding a site, over looking the town, th.it I'm ther particulars are un necessary. Enquire at the Car linian Office. October 2. 1M7. 4."-tf. HAN A WAV From Mr; I.v.I'ih II. Bryant. ffw lnr njrn. a nvrri wo man naniftl DATH AHINK. Saiil in jrro in Jti y-r I1. vui pT lrMl. about 5 feet 4 'ir 5 im lirs hijrli. nnl will wHj-h alx.ut 140 lbs: hc lias a fi-ar I think on th- li-ft ei.l- of li,.r Iim1: r-lie is very )iii k i-ioki'ii ami iniiil.'iit. ami may t. known by hvr rofaii ami vulvar lanjruajr. A rcwuril of " will IK- paid for Iwr ilrlivTy to me in Kaycttevillv. or ronfiiK iiiont in any jail io that I can j-'-t huraain SA M L. M I MS, Trusts for N..r. 13. 1S47. Mrs L II Bryant, (late Baldwin ) i:ncourag Home Manufactures. nJ AVE lately made considerable improve--U.JLL ments in their style of work, and have now on hand a general assortment, consisting of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, Buggies, Gigs, Sulkies, WAGONS, &c. Which, for elegance of shape and finish, and du rability, will compare with any made in the U. States. Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and examine our work, as we have determined to sell low for cash, or approved notes. Having in our employment first rate smiths, we are prepared to do any iron work in the above line, on moderate teams. We warrant all our work to be of good and faithful workmanship and materials, for one year. fjc?- Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, and on reasonable terms Sept. 17, 1S47.