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THE THRIVING FAMILY A SONG.
BY MRS. L. H. SIGOURNEV. Our father lives in Washington, And has a world of cares, But gives his children each a farm, Enough for them and theirs, Ftll thirty well grown sons has he, A numerous race indeed, Married and settled, all, d'ye see, With boys and girls to feed. And if we wisely till our lands, We're sure to earn a living, And have a penny, too, to spare, For spending, or for giving. A thriving family are we, No lordling need deride us, For we know how to use our hands, And in our wits we pride us ; Hail, brothers, hail, Let nought on earth divide us. Some of us dare the sharp north-east, Some, clover fields are mowing ; And others tend the cotton plants That keep the looms agoing. Some build and steer the white-winged ships, And few in speed can mate them ; While others rear the corn and wheat, Or grind the flour to freight them." And if our neighbors o'er the sea, Have e'er an empty larder, To send a loaf their babes to cheer, We'll work a little harder. No old nobility have we, No tyrant king to ride us; Our Sages in the Capitol Enact the laws that guide us. Hail, brothers, hail Let nought on earth divide us. Some faults we have we can't deny, A foible here and there ; But other households have the same, And so, we'll not despair. 'Twill do no good to fume and frown, And call hard names you see, And 'twere a burning shame to part, So fine a family. 'Tis but a waste of time to fret, Since Nature made us one, For every quarrel cuts a thread, That healthful love has spun. So draw the chords of union fast, Whatever may betide us. And closer cling through every blast, For many a storm has tried us. Hail, brothers, hail, Let nought oh earth divide us ! twenty-one (hie.) nineteen (hie. ) four (hie.) Dr Bedford sounded the patient all over several times, and observed that there was an apparent affection of most of the inter nal viscera. The heart was evidently bad. There was an occasional jerking in terruption to respiration. The percussion developed nothing; or rather contradicted the auscultation. It was an extraordinary case, and of most difficult diagnosis. The Irish porter, connected with the Academy, came forward and said that the patient was more lively when they first picked him up, and threatened to extin guish every body by a blowing up in some magazine, but couldn't say whether it was a a powuer magazine. 1 he name he gave j sounded like powdther' or "liowder," he couldn't say which. Dr. Sayre suggested that the porter had better give his opinion on the matter. At this there was a general laugh. The doc tor said that "children and fools spake the truth.' Porter. Faix, docthur, an yer own opinion is entitled to great respect, thin." Dr Mott. "Never mind that. Do you know what is the matter with him?''' Porter. "Faix, thin, it's me opinion that it's tattherin, tarin dhrunk he i." Patient. That it is, and nothing more." The porter and the patient were imme diately put out; while the faculty and the students "put out" also, for parts unknown. From the John Donkey. MEDICAL CLINIQUE AT THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE. Dec. 26th. 1847. The only case this morning was that of a middle-sized, spare looking man, with a broad receding fore head, and a face shaped like the ace of hearts. His symptoms may be thus sum med up. Frequent subsultus tendinum, or hic cough a confusion of speech the con junctive of the eye streaked with blood a confusion over the left eyebrow blood flowing slightly from the nose drooping of the under lip occasional risus suraoni- i cus pulse hurried and lull gait unsteady a vacant stare out of the eyes the saliva escaping constantly from the mouth an evident horror of water. Age of the patient apparently about thirty-eight tempera ment, nervous-sanguine. Dr Mott said, that in regard to this case there was a difference of opinion anlong the physicians present. The diagnosis was by no means clear. When he was in France he had seen several cases of this kind. The patient had been generally attacked after dinner. From the confusion of speech - droopui": ot the under lip escape of blood from the nose hurried and lull pulse vacant stare anil unsteady gait in short, from all the symptoms, he should pro nounce the case to be apoplectic in its character, and should recommend a copi ous phlebotomy cold applications to the head, and sinapisms to the feet. Dr Payne concurred in part in the views of his learned friend : but as the liver was evidently disordered, he would recommend that large doses of calomel be administer ed, in conjunction with the abstraction of blood. Ur Mott said, that when he was m France, no such treatment had been fol lowed. He stuck to the lancet alone. Dr Payne replied, that he concurred in regard to the bleeding, but could not aban don the calomel. These two calomel and the lancet were the medical Castor and Pollux or rather the Hercules and Iolasof the profession. Singly they could perform little together they achieved great labors. He had administered both very freely in his practice, and none of his patients made any complaint. His friend, Mr Berryum, the undertaker, said it was the most charming practice in the world. Dr Sayre observed, that they were evi dently mistaken in the diagnosis of the symptoms. It was a marked case of canine rabies it was hydrophobia in its worst form. He would recommend the admin istration of opium, in minute doses, say the two hundredth part of a grain, daily. This would settle the disease, while, in his opinion, the other course would settle the patient. Dr Bedford, who had been fussing about for some time, asked the patient how he telt. Patient. "Weak and weary," ('hie.) Dr Bedford. "Do you remember when these symptoms first commenced !" Patient. "Well do I remember (hie.) it was in the dark De (hie.) cember, when each separate, dying ember, cast its (hie.) shadow on the (hie.) floor." (hie-; Dr Bedford now bared the patient's breast, and applied his ear over the left lung, telling him to count. Patient. One, two, fifteen (hie.; MIRACULOUS FRUIT PRESERVER. N Our readers will not have forgotten the fuss made last summer over the big ice-cave invented by a Philadelphia Yankee, in which strawberries, pumpkins and other vegetable delicacies were to be kept fresh and juicy until Christmas. We have the pleasure of announcing that the plan has proved eminently successful ; and that we ourselves have had the felicity of munching a delicious bouquet of thistles deposited in the ice-cave early last grass, and which were as fragrant and well-flavored as when gracefully swaying upon their pretty stems beneath the pleasant breath of the June breeze. But among the rare and perisha ble articles placed in the Preserver, to test its anti-septicpowers, were a few not gen erally known to the public, which we enu merate with pride, as affording the highest possible evidence of the complete efficacy and success of the new invention. It will be readily conceded that a refrigerator which could preserve from destruction such articles as these, is infallible and invalua ble. 1st. The fruits of the tarifTof 1846 de posited with great care by Hon. J. R. In- gersoll and Gen. Simon Cameron. They have come out entirely uninjured, and are now ready to be used in the approaching Presidential campaign. They were badly wanted by Gen. lrvm and his friends at the recent gubernatorial election ; but as the Dash would have it the key was lost, and the whole Whig party had to go to pot without its vegetables. 2d. The apple of discord between the Old Hunkers and Barnburners in New York. This is a noble specimen, and is in a state of the most beautiful preservation. It was deposited by Horace Greeley and Thurlow Weed, and was served up to great advantage in November, as a capital dressing to the Democratic party ot .New York. 3d. Several links of sausages, made from the dogs of war deposited by Hon. Tom Corwin, and warranted equal, in every res pect, to the Sawyer sausage. Also, in the same dish, by the editor of the Buffalo Ex press, a quantity of green persimmons very windy and bitter. 4th. The stake that a distinguished po litician has in the country a leetle tainted, but will do with mushrooms. 5th. A quantity of soft soap, from the press ot the Harpers at less than one fifth of the regular London price of publication. mn i ne u nion, wuicn must De preserved. John Donkey. Tlie best Medicine in the u oriel. PILES CURED FOR LIFE. BY DR UPHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. An Internal Remedy for the speedy and per manent cure of Piles, Inflammation of the Liver, Bowels, Spleen, Kidneys and Bladder ; Chronic Dysentery, Severe and Habitual Costiyeness, and all diseases of a similar nature, which are frequently found in conjunction with the PILES, . Dr Upham'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 given in the course of a few years, of the superior efficacy of this medicine in the cure of Piles, and Indimin'.tnru Diseases Rochester, Sept. 14 1S46. Messrs. Post & Willis Gents : It is with no ordinary feelings of pleasure that I am enabled to inform vou of the cure I 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 bevond 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, andto 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 Wyatt & 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, (fcj- A. Upham, M. D.) The hand is also done with a pen. S. J. HINSDALE agent for Fayetteville. ALLEBASIS' MEDICINES forsale as above. Pills, Piasters Salve, and Toothache Drops. Powder. Having an arrangement with the Manufacturer, I am prepared to sell powder by the quantity, to country merchants or others at less than they can import it. GEO. McNEILL. Oct. 10, 1S17. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS. Call and see our very handsome selection of HATS and CAPS, and men's, ladies' and misses Boots and Shoes. J. & T. WADDILL. Oct. 10, 1S47. l")2-tf. FOR RENT. A comfort- able Dwelling House on Dick st. . HIM . W t J rKSHM at present occupied by Mr J. Brooksbauk. Fos- sesFion will be given on the 1st of January, 1848. Nor. 27, 1847. 458-tf. DAVID GEE. CHEAP HATS A NEW YORK CITY NEWSPAPER AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.!! THE ISLAND CITY la printed upon a large handsome sheet, containing a2 COLUMNS OK IIEADINU MATTER! written by the following talented contributors : HfcNKY A. BUCKI.NUHAM, B. CONSTABLE. C. V. Bmcos, J. D. Bangs, A. A. PiitLLir. i uis poweriui conjunction oi literary talent, i nrivalli-.d upon any weekly publication in this country, renders the l.slaud City the LAKubsl AND BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD, I'ublixbed at the name price. vii : 25 Cents for Three Months!! or one dollar per annum ! From almost every Post-office in the United States we hare received subscriptions through the exertions of the Pot Master, (who are respectfully solicited to act a our agents.) and it is our ambition by untiring energy and perseverance, to -wake the Island City a welcome visitor to every familt circle throughout the United States 1 he impossibility to convey a just impression of the inten tions of 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 all can do by a remittance of the trifling sum of Twenty-five Cents, which, will entitle them to three months subscription, satisfied that an acquaintance of that period will lead to one of a niere permanent char acter. Among the regular features of the paper will be found ORIGINAL ROMANCES AND TALES, REVOLUTIONARY SKETCHES. LEGENDS OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES, LOCAL SKETCHES. POLICE NEWS. ITEMS. TABLE" D'HOTE, THE DRAMA, ' Together with extracts from the works of the following English writers : Douglas Jrrold. Martin Farquhar Tup per, Mark Lemon, Gilbert A Beckett, William Howitt, &c. he. PREMIUMS! PREMIUMS! PREMIUMS! All 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 be formed by any person who will give a few houp' attention to such object. To all such who will remit us FIVE DOL LARS we wUl furnish SIX COPIES of the paper; includ ing in every case the above premium. Address SMITH, HOLDEN & SMITH Publishers of The Island City. 75 C hatha in street, New York. Papers publishing this Prospectus oxi time wiU be entitled to a year s subscription, to be sent either to their address, or to any person they may desire. 459-3t I have on hand, of my own manufacture, fine Black, & Drab. Beaver HATS: smooth coon and brush do.; fine Limb's wool do.; and now receiving from some of the best manu facturers in New York, superfine fashionable Beaver; super moleskin: tine silK: close Beaver, and almost every kind of men's anl boy?s Hats. Silk velvet turbans for children. Super Otter. Shetland Seal. Nutra. Muskrat and Cloth C APS, of every description, which 1 will sell from 10 to 25 per cent less than former prices. DAVID GEE. November 27, 1847. 458-tf. VALUABLE BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE. Hmjpirtt(B31 Fl&44irir ( Winner of the Grand Duke Michael stakes at JVeuvmarket, Eng., first October meeting of 1834.) By MULE Y, (son of Orville and the famous mare Elean our, and sire of imp Letiatha, imp. Margrave, etc.) dam Clare, by Marmion (son of "Whiskey and young Noisette by Diomede.) g. d. Harpalice by Gohanna g. g. d. Ama zon by Driver g. g. g. d. Fractious by Mercury "Wood pecker mart" Everlasting by Eclipse Hyaena by Snap Miss Belsea by Regulus (Midge, Squirrel, Camilla, &e's. darn), by Bartletts Childers Honeywood's Arabian Mr Bowes's Byerly-Turk mare, dam of the two True-Blues, tec. Flatterer was a good race-horse, and his colts fromlevery des cription of mares arc very fine. His health is exceedingly robust, and he is now in magnificent condition. CLARENDON, by imp Flatterer, dam Comet by the late Hon. John Randolph's Gracchus (son of imp Diomede, who was also sire of the renowned Sir Archy) g. l. Vixen by Trafalgar g. g. d. Nettletop by imp Spread Eagle (a celebrated race mare that sold for $2200, a price, in her" -rarely paid for any nag) g. g. g. d. by imp Shark c g. d. by imp Janus g. g. g. g. g. d. thorough-bred mare then belonging to late Tho. Tabb. Esq., of Gloucester coun ty. Va. A hardy young horse, whose colts are very large, blood-like and promising. ST. MARK, by imp. Flatterer, dam by Monsieur Ton son, aU that is known of her pedigree, but she is believed to hare been thorough-bred. A smaU. stout, comnact and beauti fully formed horse, and of great promise untried. Proposals wiU be received for farming these horses should they not be disposed of by the commencement of tb xt season. For terms, which will be reasonable and liberal, apply xo , P.P. JOHNSON. . "z Fayettevflle, N. C, Dec. 4, 1847. : FOR SALE. - An excellent assortment of common Crockery, suitable for Country Merchants. J NO. M. ROSE. November 13, 1847. Fine Rrussels Carpet Bags, . " Ingrain " " " Ladies Satchels, for sale by R. A. STUART. August 14, IS 17. " 184:7. NEW PALL & WINTER JOSEPH S. DUNN offers his ser- vices as undertaker and builder, to the citizens or others, disposed to contract for buildin" or iobb- nr 1 ." I t o J Terms liberal. 250 buuehef". at 10 cents per bunch. Now is the time to mak beautiful rctieulee. At II. ERAMBUlT'a Wm. C. James l Co. 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, Sent. 4, 1S47. N. B. Always on hand a large assortment of Double and Single Barrel UOINS, with all the A email lot of prime BACON and MESS PORK J. & T. WADDILL. November 27. 1847. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. JAMES KYLE HAS just received by the late arrivals from the North, a large and general assortment of Among which are Superfine Cloths and Cassimeres, Merino Cassimeres, Cassinets, and Ken. Jeans, Satin, Valencia, and other Vestings, 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, and negro cloth, Calicoes and Ginghams, Tarlton and Woollen Plaids, 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 for Cash by the Package, will be offered at re duced prices by wholesale or retail. Merchants and families will please call and examine the goods. October 9, 1847. MARBLE FACTORY. Nearly opposite the Post Office. Jan. 30, IS 17 y FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. DAGUERREOTYPE MINI AT U 16 E S. MR. BRYAN having been professionally en gaged in the country, has returned again to this place, and will be happy to wait on all who may favor him with a call, lledeeros it unneces sary to enter into a long detail of his approved plan of operating, conlidentiy relying on his speci mens as the best criterion of his ability. Mr B. 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 sdl the l-test improvements, apparatus and stock furnished on reasonable terms. For further information inquire at his room, 4 doors west of IJriggs' Hotel. The most approved Daguerreotype Apparatus, improved German cameras, French and American Instruments of the best quality, with plates, 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. BRYAN. April 17, IS 17. 42S-tf. necessary equipments. W. C. J. &. Co. WINTER GOODS, For Farmers' and Family use. WE have now - in Store a large assortment of Goods suitable for farmers' and family use, con sistinsr in part of Virginia Osnaburgs, (for shirtings); heavy plain and striped Kerseys ; extra heavy J Mill'd Army Cloths;-black, blue, mixed, draUand fancy Satti nets ; plain, red, and fancy Plaid; Linseys; heavy twilled and Duf fle Blankets ; heavy Brogans, (extra sizes) and all other kinds of common Shoes ; Wool and other kinds of Hats, and common Caps, J ALSO, 94, 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 super Whitney Bed Blankets; Ingrain and Venetian Carpeting; plain and printed Baizes, (for crumb cloths;) Brussels, Tufted and Velvet Rugs; for sale at the lowest market prices. WM. C.JAMES & CO. Oct. 23, 1847. 45y-tf. THE PLANTERS PILL!!! . R. F. Hibbards Jlnti-BUlitm Pills r These Pills having got into general use at the North as a family pill, are oflered to the South as the veryTjest pill that can be used in warm weather, or during the sickly season. For all 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 the use of families, travellers, emigrants, seamen &,c. FOR FEVER AND AGUE. Perhaps there never was a remedy that has done more to eradicate from the system, that peculiarity of Bilious Anection accompanied by fever called Fever and Ague, as these Pills when taken according tc directions, they never fail to perfect a cure The Pills were made by the original proprietor, Rev. B. Hibbard, about 50 years ago ; B. F. 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 cf disease should be promptly met by a dose of Pills ; and by thus mucs .f care we should find ourselves rid of a thousand troubles. The cheapness of the Pills, their convenience and their certainty of action, render it very im portant for each family to keep them constantly on hand. Whoever wishes to good spirits, will not according to directions. The public utility and unbounded popularity of these Pills render it unnecessary to insert many certificates ; those however, who may be anxious to learn stiU farther particulars, can be fully satisfisd by application to the proprietors and manufacturers. Every effort should be made to guard against fraudulent and pernicious imitations of HIB BARD'S 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 Fay ette ville; P. F. Pescud, Raleigh; Dennis Heart, Hills boro; B. Howard, Tarboro; P. J. Brown, Louis burg; B. Ware, Wilmington; and bv one agent in nearly every village in the United States and Canadas. R. F. Hibbard &. Co. 9S John street, New York, sole proprietor. Oct. 16, 1S47. secure good health and fail to take these Pills A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONEER, Oommisson merchant, FAYETTEVILLE, IL C. The Graefenberg Vegetable Pills. 30,000 Boxes Sold Each and Kvcry Week. THE GRAEFENBERG COMPANY Hereby giTe notice that their General Agent for the State of North Carolina is. Col. WM. JONES, Louiiburg. Frank lin county, N. C. The General Agent fully prepared to appoint Bub agents whereyer there U no branch of the Company ; eith er on personal application, or by mail, poet-paid. The rapid eale these celebrated pills, and the extraordinary cures they are constantly effecting, render them, by far, the most popular pill of the age. An Agoney will conse quently be rery valuable. The Graefenberg Pills are inconceivably superior to any ever before discovered. In all bilious complaints; in gener al derangement of the system; in all disorders which resuM from a bad state of tho blood, these pills are a sovereign remedy. In the class of diseases called chronic, the Gracfcnburg Pills achieve their highest triumph. Here they defy all competition. Entering within the hidden recesses of the system, tncy quietly but surely purify the blood. rot out disease, and give tone and viiror to the bodv. Cares are Constantly Effected by these Pills, in cases where every other means had utterly failed. The most abundant proor 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 trfiing expense. The price is 25 cents a box. Where two dollars worth are ordered and the money remitted the Company will pay the postage on tho 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 uu sick person should be without them. All Billious Complaints, Bowel Complaints. Constipation, Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Headache. Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Rheumatism, all Stomach Complaints, Green Sickness. &.c. See., yield at one 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 be restored to a perfect fresh and healthy color ; all the bad synitoms will one by one disappear. June 5. 1847. 4o3-ly. IHAIffTtrA-IvZAHIUG AND MILLINERY. MRS. E. WALTON HAS just received from New York, a fashionable Fall and Winter assortment of Flowers (of a very superior quality,) Ribbons, Satins, Silks, and Caps; and is prepared to execute orders for all kinds of Mantua-making and Millinery, in all their various branches. Orders from the country shall receive prompt attention. Straw Bonnets bleached and altered to the pre sent fjshion. Latest Fifll and Winter Fashions just received. Mrs W. will be found at her residence on Hay street, opposite the M. E. Church. Oct. 9, 1S47. 43l-3m. NEW STORE AND NEW CJOOUS. L,. McKGLLAR would announce to the citizens of Fayetteville and snrroundinsr countrv. that he has opened a store on liay street, one door east of -Mr T. S. Lulterloh. where he is now receiving his ftockof Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut lery, Crockery, Glass, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuft's, &c. &c. Which he will sell low for Cash, or exchange for country prouuee. November 13, 1S47. ' 4,"G-.';m DISSOLUTION. THE Copartnership of Gardner & McKethan will be dissolved by. mutual consent, on the 15th day of December next. All those indebted to the firm, by note ir account, are requested to settle the same, or secure the payment thereof, by the 1st January, 1S48 ; as one of the partners will remove from the State, making it. necessary for all accounts to be closed. The business will be conducted as usual, until the "th Dec. C. T. GARDNER, A. A. MeKETHAN. A. A. MeKETHAN will continue the Carriage-making business at the old stand, having purchased the entire interest of Mr Gard ner. He hopes to be able to supply his customers and receive a liberal patronage. Nopajns will be spared to give general satisfaction in the business. October 1(3, i-l7. 452-tf. A first rate wood worker who understands making wheels, will find stcadv implovment on application to GA RDNER &,McKETHA N Favetteville, Oct. , Is 17. 4-3 -tf Has opened a large and jNEW STOCK OF Principally HARDWARE AND CROCKERY, With a neat assortment ot DRY GOODS, Which he will sell for the lowest prices. ' S Sept. 4, 1S47. " lff-tf. EOOZ .i Kit : BOOK BINDERY. - (LATE R. W. HARDIE'S.) THE Subscriber 4las opened' the new corner store, (known as Kyle's corner) next door to Messrs 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 hand : SCHOOL BOOKS. Smith's, Emmerson's, Adams', and Pike's Arith metic ; Grigg & Elliot's, and Saunders' Readers, Nos. 1,2, 3, and 4; Grimshaw's United States and England ; Gale's Philosophy ; Bullion's English and Latin Grammars; Anthon's Virgil; Pcnnock'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, 2d and 3d parts; Anthon's Latin Lessons; Anthon's Sallust; Folsom's Livy; Spell ing Books; Dictionaries, &c. . BLANK BOOKS. Journals; Ledgers and Day Books, different sizes; Bill Books; Receipt do.; Bar do.; with an assortment of very superior Pens, quills, wafers, and sealing wax. .Miscellaneous Books. The works of Milton, Byron, Scott, Shelly, Montgomery, Pope, Cowper Rogers, Elliot, Lan don, Thompson, Cook, Coleridge, Southey, Wordsworth, Moore, Collins, Gray, Beattie, and others. Presentation Books : The Rose; Ursuhne Manual; Christmas Blossom; Odd Fellow's Offer ing; Charlotte and Elizabeth ; Common Prayer ; Prayer; Gilt Bibles, small; Father Oswald; Novels; Games; Pictures; Note Paper; Cards; Envelopes; Letter Paper, a superior kind; a large assortment of MUSIC; Pencils; Slates; Wrapping Paper, &,c. fej- Send in vour Magazines and Pamphlets to the BOOK BINDERY. This branch of the es tablishment will be carried on as before, under the personal superintendence and (for some months) assistance of Mr Hardie. 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. N. B. Persons having Books now in the Bind ery, may rely on their being ready very soon I). U. BELL. Fayetteville, Sept, 23, 1S17. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Nearly 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, A-c, of the most 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. .T 1 1 1 I" 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 neitely executed at the shortest notice and most reasonable charge. Orders thank fully received. A. C. SIMPSON. Fayetteville, April 3, is 47- 431-tf. IMPORTANTTO MILL OWNERS HOTCHKJSS' Vertical Water Wheel. THE Subscribers having witnessed th sucres ful operation of these wheels, were - induced to purchase the right of using them in the state of North Carolina. Resides being generally adopted in the North ern States, these wheels ate r wining into gener al use in the southern States. We have sold about 200 Rights, 40 of which ?ic in successful opera tion in Cumbeiland county. These wheels are more durable, and more easi ly kept in order when properly put together than the nutter wheel. They will save one-third of the water, and will run in hick water, when there is a hc.id above. The speed ofthesuw 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 mote; and lit. m many of them and others, we have received certificates express ing their high approbation of the superior r-dvan-t.iges of thee over the flutter wheel, stating that their saws will cut 2.'00r 300A, 3.300, and even as high as ."000 feet per d..y. They keep constantly on hand for s: le, pairs of wheels, (vaying in size to suit diflcient heads of water,) in Wilmington, Fayetteville, Washing ton, and Ncwbern, N. C; and bv Richard Yar borough, Ciswell countv f K A I)i evnrd, Lin celn; J T Dodson, Danville, Va; Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va. The price of a riht for one pair of wheels is &-."0, and county rights will be scld on reasonable terms. We caution ell persons throughout the State at; :inst paying any person but ourselves, or our authorized agents, for the right of using these wheels. NOTICE TO WILL WRIGHTS. If ycu wish employment, s-cquaint y nrselves with putting in these Wheel-, f.s we now wish to employ at le;st 1000 in this business in different parts of the St:.te. DTTNH X MiriT I ARCH'D MrLA t'( '1 ILAN, A A McK ETHAN. C T. 0.4HJWKK. Fayetteville, Janu iv 31, 1M7. 3f3-tf , NEW GOODS. 1HE Subscriber h:is received his Fall and . Winter stock of GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery. Hals, Shoes, etc &c. With a Urge assortment of Saddlerv. Aug. 14, 1S47. R. A. STUART. 413-tf IP. IP. WJmiD), Would respectfully inferm the citizens of Fayetteville, and the public generally, that he occupies the stand on Gillespie street, 5 doors south of Market Square, where he will manufacture and keep constantly on hand an assortment of tix jiln suiiET in (j a: irjjtt Persons wishing to purchase would do well to c 11 and examine his stock before purchasing else where, as he is determined to sell as cheap as any other manufacturer in the State. Cooking Stoves of various patterns always on hand, and sold low for cash. Jan'y 1, 1S47. VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOK SALE. THAT heautilnl residence on Haymount, for merly belonging toC. P. Mallett, Esq., and near the residence of Mr Hale, is ot'ered for s;:le. It has stables, and out-houses of all kinds; and every thins in complete order. This residence is so well known, and v so commandine; a site, over looking the town, that further particulars are un necessary. Enquire at the Carolinian Offrice. October 2, IS 17. 4"0-tf. RANAWAY From Mn L?lia H. Bryant, a f?w days ago. a nfgro wo man named CATHARIN fci. Sa id nvro in 26 yeur old. cop per colored, about 5 fm-t 4 or 5 inHie his. and will weigh about 140 lb; Fhe lia a rrar I think on tlie left wide of her head; h ia rerj quick spoken and iiupadrnt. and mar be known by her profane and vulvar langting'. A reward of $5 will be paid for her delirery to me in Kayetterille. or confinement in any jail ro that I can jret her again. SAVIL. M I M 8. Trustee for Not. 13. 1S47. L H Bryant, (late Baldwin.) Encourage- Home Manufactures. Pi IT n AVE latelv made rnniiJrll. :. rr . - ..u. wuav. iuiuivk JM-M. ments in their stvle on hand a general assortment, consisting of WAGONS.&c. Which, for eleffane of ahano ..J J.. rability, will compare with any made in the U. 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. W'e warrant all our work to be of good and faithful workmanship and materials, for one year. Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, and on reasonable terms. Sept. 17, 117.