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ar r. (? I? ft t B00TSOT0S1IATS- & capT Boots and Shoes. ; J.&f WAnrm r IMPORTANT REMEbF" A CBBTAr.,lSAFE?AIIX EFFECTUAL "cIJRe p SORE, WEAK &. INFLAMED EYES DESIGNED EXPRESSLT OF THE EYr Th& nnullAli A MieceM which has nftcn jj I, tbi preparation, and the acknowledged neeessitv fL"' 01 -s-From the Boston Courier. THE PURIFICATION OF'THE BAR. v VM- '' ' ' T AttEJf C,: 8WWXER. ' - "' - Read at he fate Bar Supper at the Revere House. The Bar of the State had grown wretchedly sick, It must plainly be cured, or " step 'out" very quick; - ' So there gathered together, from near and from far, ' - ; A jury ct lawyers to sit on the Bar. , "Sage Counsellor Graves commenced the debate; Says he, Matters have got in a terrible state; : The Bar is as bad as'the devil could" wish ; Who can tell how to cook such a kettle offish ?" There ne'er was a time that the oldest remem bers, . .- . Then disease so infected the head, heart or members; '. . . i To discover its seat we are here now assembled,- Our purpose is good let it not be dissembled." I have pondered it well, and I speak it with deference, - , , , To others more knowing, and haying no refer , fence ; To A. B. or C. it may truly be said, The disease of the Bar is a void irt the hectd, "When I was a student, I swallowed Coke whole; Special pleading was dear to my innermost soul ; To a Counsellor's place was then a long journey, And it took me 7 years to become an Attorney." Next Counsellor Squibob jufhps up on his legs; Bowing low, the indulgerce of all men he begs; -Says he, " I submit that the crying disease Of the Bar of our State is the lowness of fees. " You may say what you will about 'voids in the hea'd,' If your pocket is empty, you'd better be dead ; I therefore most humbly ask leave to suggest, That the Bar's chief disease is a void in the chest.'''' Next Counsellor Bilious got up and suggested, That the Bar was not duly or truly respected ; He mixed up the Bible with every day's reading, And morels enforced in the whole of his pleading. Yet he, even he, had been widely blasphemed ; When he said it, he almost believed that he dreamed ; Yet he, as he sat in his office so snu;;, Had been called by a client an arrant H bug ! lie therefore proposed, and thought it not vis- " ionary, 1 To send out at once a pure, legal missionary, To enlighten the public and show them how far They were wanting in proper respect for the Bar. Next rose Counsellor Sly, with a plausible air, As disposed to do everything honest and fjir, Though yesterday caught in a false affidavit; Said he, " Our loved Bar from disgrace I would -nv.. save it: have heard what 'Squire Graves and 'Squire ' . Squibob .have said, That the Bar was diseased in the chest and the v head ; But I roundly appeal to each, member's sjgacity, The main fault of the Bar is the ttntnt of veracity.' After him, lawyer Splurge rose up much elated1: "The Bar's insults," said he, cannot be over . stated ; I think they are wanting in proper eflrontery To gain the respect of the. folks in the country. " YoU men in the'eity and populous towns Do not know the importance of putting on gowns; JJut unless we're disposed to be treated like pigs, Our solvation depends upon wearing of wis." Then Counsellor Soaker rose up, and said her " -Nothing does us such harm as a dinner or spree ; The truest account of our troubles by far Is, that law vers too often attend thetcrong; Bar." Next rose lawyer Lovelaugh, well known in the -city, Although not a member of any Committee, And gravely proposed the subjoined resolution, Vhich broke up the sitting in utter confusion: here gathered to- Ueolved, " That the Bar, gether, A. motley assemblage of birds of a feather, "Recommend to the public, as wisest by fir, f Baron Brad wardine's motto: Beware of the Bar." i. The way to tend a Baby. A Chip pewa Indian has been lecturing in Hart ford, where, in a lecture on Tuesday even ing, according to the finies, he advised the lad ies ot Hartford to tie their babies as soon as they were born, on a smooth straight piece of plank, bind them down tight, and keep them there most of the time, till they are ten months old. "Put -a hoop around the head," he says, "and then when the board gets knocked over, it won't break the child's nose.'' He sums up other advantages as follows: "You see ladies, (holding up a specimen,) the child's hands are tied down, so it can't scratch its own eye9 out, and cant scratch its mother's breast, too; it can't wiggle about and get very tired; it. can't bend over, and must grow straight-when.the mother goes out af ter herbs, she can hag it on a tree and snake can't bite it; when itcries, the mo ther can swing it across her backhand lock 3,t so (swaying its body to and fro;) and can-carry it gre?t distance in this manner, "too; can set it up side of tVe wio-wam verv ' Tiahdy ; and when " the canoe turnsover the child swims off on the board, not drown; and its back,don't break across its mother's., arm, because the board supports it;-the child can't crawl into the fire and burn up, too -can leave it long time, all ' safe- so 1 think this much best way, la&es much best!' .-The. ladies gaveiu their as&eot by a general laugh.-- - - - 'v. .-J.--. Juvenile Precocity - A mother, ad monishing her son, .(a lad of about seven years of age) told him he shouM never defer. till to-morrow what he could do to. day. I he little urchin replijetl, Then, mother, let's eat the remainder of the plum pudding to-night.' . Virtue, industry, "and econom-lead men to wealth. J HalKbne" Uayatlealrfed ; clhurcli,: where .a young minister preached7; on some 'public occasion. The-young, mart., very) anxious to hear Ur. HalPa opinion of his discourse, very pertinaciously plied the -great man with questions respecting i(. "At length, worried beyond enduiiince, he said: 'Well, sir, there was. one fine passage, and I liked it much, sir, much-" - "Ah! indeed; which passage do you al lude to?' . The passage I allude to, was your pas sage from the pulpit toihevestrij.'l a : Science in the' KiTCHfcv.-Pmfessor Liebi in a letter to Professor Silliinan, savs: The method of roasting is obviously the best to make flesh the most nutritious. But it docs not follow that toiling is to be interdicted. If a piece of meat be put in to cold water, and this heated to boiling, and boiled until it is " done. 'V it will be come harder and have less taste, than if the same piece had been thrown into water already boiling. In the first case the mat ters grateful to the smell and taste, go in to the extract, the soup; in the second, the albumen of the meat coagulates from the surface inward, and envelopes the interior ( wan a layer wiucn is impregnate to water. The Subscriber being anxious to wind up his business, requests all persons indebted to him, either by note or account, in town or country to call and settle without delay. those hav ing claims will present them.- -" geo. v. Mcdonald. March 17, 1S49. 525-3t AND HAIR DRESSER, FAYESTTBVILLE, IT. C ..-, Hu opened anil fitted up In a bandsssie And comfortable manner, a room on Hay street, next door west of the Me thodist Episcopal Churchy where he hopes to receive a fthare of public patronage in his line.. . November 4. 1S48. . . . . ' : WANTED. An intelligent white boy is want ed as an apprentice to the above business. ' -. ' - J. G. S. - IVCrs. E. WALTON, MANTUA-MAKR & MILLINER, HAS received, and will open the 2-2d instant, at the White Brick Store next door north of that lately occupied by Messrs John Huske & Son, Green street, her SPUING & SUMMER MILLINERY, including Ribbons and Flowers of a superior qual ity, Gossamer Bonnets, Black and Drab Straws, andother fashionable BONNETS of various kinds. Straw Bonnets cleaned and altered to the pre sent style. . 8t?-Gentlemen's Hats cleaned and pressed. Orders from the country will be promptly at tended to. Fayetteville, March 21, 1S49. Ami FOR RENT, THE Barn Hill premises of Mrs O'Hanlon, consisting of the Kitchen, which can be made in to a comfortable Dwelling, as there is a. good frame house in the rear for a kitchen. The smoke house, stables, and eow house, are large and in good order. The garden is well manured, and there are grape vines and many fruit trees on the lot. Apply to . , M. M. O'HANLON. March 21, 18-19. 520-3t i; UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS Manufactured by' steam at" the AMERICAN WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE: & ' MANUFACTORY, No. 257 Pearl st., (near Fulton,) NEW YORK. . Sign of the golden Umbrellas.) , The subscribers have on hand and are con stantly manufacturing a superior assortment of the above goods, which they offer to merchants and dealers by the case or dozen, at very low prices, and on accommodating terms. 1 he qual ity, .variety and workmanship of their Umbrellas and Parasols not to be surpassed by any Manu factory in the United States. - " " ' ISAAC SMITH & CO. Feb 17, 184S. 6m H0TCHK1SS' Vertical Water Wheel. There are several hundred of these wheels in in operation in different counties in North Ca rolina. For proof of their great advantage over the common fiuttervheel or any other wheels now in use for saw mills, we confidently refer to thosd who have applied t hem to their mills. " We can recommend them particularly for their su periority in cases of a low Jiead of water, or back water. ; ... ;- We still keep a supply of Wheels, suitable for different heads of water, " at Wilmington, jNew bern, Washington, Edenton, and Fayetteyille. The wheels may also be had of , E-A, Brevardj Lincolnton, and Uriah Wells, Petersburg, Va. Persons wishing to obtain the right to use the wheels, will be served on application to D. Mc Neill & Co., Faetteville, N. C. D. McNEILL, ... A. A, McKETIIAN, D. J. Mc A LISTER. Febv 3, 1840. y NOTICE. I OFFER for sale the follow'ing Property on Lower Little River in this county: One Saw in the Monroe Mills", 12 miles from town and 1 from Murchison's Factory. The inilf has been recently rebuilt, and is now in complete repair. The stream affords a plentiful supply of water and easy navigation to Wilming ton, and fillers ad vantages for buying timber and s i wing on shares, unequalled by any in this part. ot tne country. A small Farm adjoining the Mill, most of which is rich swamp land just cleared and ready for cultivation, antl on which are a cornfoitable Dwelling house anil improvements. I have also an abundance of fine Timber on the stream, above the Mill, which I tm willing to sell. J. C. HOOPER. FayetteviTIe, March 21, 1S1J. 525-tf PLANK The Subscribers to the Stock in the Fayette ville and Western Plank Road, are requested to attend in general meeting on Wednesday, the 1 ltli of April next, in the town of Fayetteville, for the pur pose of organizing the Company by appointing Officers, and taking such other action as they mav deem necessary to carry into effect the Charter and build the road. ' The books for receiving subscriptions will re-J mam open at tne several places appointed until Saturday, 7th of April, when it is requested that they be returned to the Commissioners in this place, that they may be had at the general meet ing. "By order of the Commissioners, - GEO. McNIiILL, Ch'n. Subscribers who cannot attend personally, will please appoint proxies to represent their stock. Fayetteville March 17, 1S-19. 52o trn SADDLERY. A new stock, of Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Whips, Collars, &.c. , J. & T. WADDILL. January 27. 1S-1Q, . , . . . W. (f. MATTHEWS Has received his Fall and Winter GOODS. ; Embracing every article usually called for in tb Dry Goods and Grocery line which he offers at very reduced prices fnr each or on time to good customer, r . . '. - ; ; October 21. 1848. No. IS- North, side Hay-gt. 504-3t " - - ' . FOR SALE. A good Second-hand Barouche, with tackline for one or two horses cheap. -Apply to V ' J. & T. WADDILL. " January '27, 1919. -That beaiUiful residence on Haymount, for merly belonging to C. P. Mallett. Ks.j.. near the residence of Mr Hale, is" ofTrd ft- It has stablest and out-houses of all kinds : and pwntkm fh complete order. This residence- is so will known, and in sp commanding a sjte, overlooking the town, that fur ther particulars are unnecessary. Enquire at the Caroli nian Office. ,. . . June 10. 1848. . ' IRISH'TOTATOES T- WADDILL'!' March 24, IS 19. ' JFOL I N D A ftanTi p. nknife. which the own- " .. " er can have by paying Jbr this ad vertisement. The knife is worth about a quarter, here in -TiI'V.- i to trv;Ur on a lonely road on a dark night, hi v.r.'V" broken, it might be quite a treasure, if he nau no better owe. r :A , T f J. mend all LuB5iB" TiV' He Wouli recom- t a ir"?'" w "fve rge. operations .nn. on gold platr, to .fia teetbT tV V9JS a?F insert them vbe&heTttn rTP ao'etf ti0 his thanks. tonis fiten atrir..uf?c "turns this time. " - ruj. March 24, iTo. 192 Baltimore Street BALTIMORE, Md., ; Wholesale and retail deal er in Gold and Silver 'O-jki hneand common Jewelrv," Watch Tools & Materials of all kinds got "up with V heels cut and jewels set in Watches. Watches and Jewelry of all kinds carefully repaired. " ' - . - ' ' - March 10, 1S-19. 3m. ... ; ; - HOWELL &. BROTHERS have removed to No. 207 Baltimore street, 4 doors east of their former store, where thej'willbe much pleased ta wait on their customers, and can offer at low. prices a very extensive assortment of Paper Hangings, Borders, Fire Board Prints Borders, CURTAIN PAPER, &c, - All of their own manufacture and importation. With increased facilities fordoing business, and a determination to increcseonr retail as well as wholesale trade, we will keep on hand every variety and style, and from the lowest to the highest price A call is solicited. . 207 Baltimore street. March 10, IS 19., Sil-lm! . " DR. . A. KENNEDY, Graduate of the Baltimore College of DENTAL SURGEONS, Respectfully tenders his professional services to the Citizens of Fayetteville, and country gen erally. He intends remaining in this place two weeks, daring which time he would be pleased to wait upon all who may require his services. Having concluded to locate in Wilmington, he begs leave to say to his friends in this section of country, that he intends making arrangements to visit fayetteville as tten as the practice of the place will justifv. He would recommend persons requiring large operations in the way of teeth inserted on gold plate, to have the teeth extracted while he is here," so that when he re turns, he will be enabled to insert them. -He will warrant all his operations to give satisfac tion, if the persons will follow, his directions. Incorruptible Artificial Teeth inserted on gold plate from one to an entire set," on the latest and most approved principle." ' Whole tipper sets inserted on the atmospheric pressure principle. Having made improvements jn this mode of in serting teeth be confidently; recommends it as answering the purpose of mastication. They can betaken out and put back at. pleasure, by the wearer ; be worn with comfort, and cannot be de tected from . the. natural teeth. Extracting plugging, cleaning, &.c, done in the best man ner. - " v.- - j- . -. . Having practiseda ftumli.er of years in Virginia and the lovver.part of:. this State, he feels.CQnli dent he will be able to please all who mav favor him with their patronage. . .. tA . Irregularities in chifdren's teeth corrected. Ladfes attended at their residences " when ne cessarv. - - -.' - :;,::':.- . . "OFFICE IN THE NEW HOTEL. March 3, 1849. 4S6-tf. W 1 ON CONSIGNMENT, --- .A -large assortment of Cane "seat" and Windsor CHAIRS, Mattresses. 5 For sale by Jan, 2VlS49. ' A. M. CAMPBELL. A; :m C A M P BE L L, ACCTIONEKK, - Commission )-Mereliaiit For aii Francisco, California, -V, Thenew A. I .Copper fastened .and coppered, Live oak and red Cedar built' Barque JOHN A: TAYLOR, Martin faster, will 9aii aQOVe arly ili April. : She can take- tbe bulk f. aoo ona ireignt ana jyw passengers For particu lars, apply- to, Wilmington Fefe. 15, 52I-Rt an advertiakicsrui bustriess pper, publish- f u ai r-niiaaeipnia, aui ixooie street. , - .THE JVI.OSX EXTENSIVE . ... - SHIR T ES TA B kf Sit ME NT ' IN THE UNITED. 'STATES' IS Al" " No.. 179 Baltimore .near LrjktJ - BALTIMORE Md , r r - Where 500 petsons are employed, tmdr 4 stock 1000 dozen hhirts alicays nh htind. Merchants and others visiting I It. more are invited to call' and examine the Iar"t stand-best stock of SHIRTS that has ever been. ..dered, con sisting of all sizes and - qualities, lor men and boys, which for. style and workmanship cannot be surpassed. More than usual e torts have been made to " Tender the assortment ' complete and desirable in every respect. .1 - . . T. W. .BETTON. March' 10, 1S40. ly, . , - . - This extract is piit opln quart TIN WARE, At Wliolesale and Retail.- F. T- WARD, will Carry on the Tinning busi- ness as hererblore, -at t-he' old stand, where he will promptly and faithfully ex cute all work in his line: " Jobbing of all kinds done with despatch. .; - - F T. WARD, Agt. March 17," 1849. . " , ODDFELLOWS REGALIA, Fringe & Trimming Manufactory,. JTo. 35 Baltimore st,, BALTIMORE, Md-, (4th door below Frederick street, and 1 below Sun Office.) Where njay be lound the most, extensive assort ment of the latest styles of Fringes, Gitnos, But tons, Cords,' Tassels, Sec. &c. Alsot Mason ic, Odd Fellows Red Men, Scmis of Temperance, Sons of Liberty, American Mechanics, Beneficial, and all other Societies' REGALIA AND TRIM MINGS are kept on hand and made ' to order. FLAGS and BANNER-? made up in the 'latest and most approved. styles.- . -.-. J (Ch All orders from the country attended to with dispatch. ; JEWELS. - -Odd Fellows and Sons of Temperance "Jewels, a full assortment always on. had, and. at prices less than any other establishment. SPRIGG Sc MESEKE." Feb'y -24, 1840. ly. ' -" ' CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY Nearly Opposite Liberty Poiiit. The subscriber ha vintf taken the stand lately occupied by .Simpson & McLaughlin, respect ful" ly returns his thanks" for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by" unre mitted attention to business to merit a contin u;ince of the same. . . . ;, . I have on hand several vehicles.: Carriages. Barouches,' Bjuggies, Rockavvays; "Vaggons, &c, of the most approved style, which, for lightness and durability, compare with anv made here or elsewhere. . . . ... . Persons wishing to purchase . will do 1 well to call and examine them, as I am determined to sell very low for cash or approved notes. Having had several years- experience in one of the largest establishments north,. I am prepared to manufacture Carriages of any description, at tne shortest notice. All work warranted for - twelve months; and repaird, free 'f c-harge, should it fail in point of wokmanship or mater ial. REPAIRING neatly executed at the shortest notice and most reasonable ch u ge. Orders thank fully received. ' ' A.. C. SIMPSON.. Fayetteville, Jan. 13vlS4i. . 424-tf it is six times cheaper,- pleasanter, ana warnineu superrbr tw'any aold It eares'xiisease -ritbout vomitings purging, sickeiiig,;or;tlebilitatiog tb patient. . . r- , - . r, . .. . ? ! - . GREAT FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. The-grat beauty and superiority of this Sarsa parilla over all other medicine, while ft eradi cates diseasej it"I nvigorates the i body.- It i?n' of the very best fait and winter medicines ever known; it not only purine the -y hole system and strengthens, the person, but it creates new, pure, and rich blood ; a power possessed hj" no other" medicine. " . "' " We have letters from physreiana and our agents fronx alt parts of th.e United States,-informing us of extraordinary cures. R. Van Buskirk, Esq," one of the most respectable Druggists in Newark, N. J., informs as that he can refer to more than 150 case in that' place alone. There, are, thou sands of cases in the city of New York, which we. .wil. refer to with pleasure and to men of character. It is the best medicine for - the pre ventive of diseases known; -- - : ? - - RHEUMATISM.- - i Thia Saraparilla is , used with the most per fect success in rheumatic complaints, however severe or chronic. The astonishing cures it has" performed are i ndeed wonderful - Other " reme- ; dies sbmetimes tive: temporary relief.this entire ly eradicates it -from the system, even when the. limbs and bones are dreadfully swollen. . . .v : Hear'Mr .Seth Terry; one of the ofdest and most' respectable lawyers i 'Hartford, Co n. Tbe following- is an extract of ajetter received from him: , n --Li , .li Dr. Townsend: I have used onebottle of your; Saras par ill a, and find it is excellent in its effects upon a chronic rheUmatlc5 paTn, to which I am subject from an inj ury ocrasion-'id iseveral years ago, in a public stage.' -Please ,send me two bot tles tothe care of Dr, Seymour, J f have con versed with two of our principal physicians,' and recommend your Sarsapa'rilla'. "! " i ? , - - -SETH .TERRY. Hartibrd, March 12fcLS43. n r t ... -. r; -ii9:' to GI R LS if E A If TlirS. : - ' . : YqU who have ' pate c'omple.xiofis, ''dulT' eyesi' biotcheidn' the face! rouh skin, and "are"out-6f spirits,'? use a bottleUr two f Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla.. . It-will cleanse your -blood, remove J tne treckles and blotches, ana give vou animation, i sparKiing eyes, nne spirits, ana ucauuim tum plexions all of which are"of immense value to. unmarried ladies. ij . icjj!- - . 1 " 'U'GREAt FEMALE' MEDICINE.' : Dr. Townsend : My wife being greatlyHistres sep4y weakness and general debility, and sutTer ing cotvtinually by pain and a sensation of bearing down -falling of. thewonih, and .with, othe diffi culties, and having known case5 where' your me' v jine has 'effected great 'cu'resj and also hearing it retsommended foruch case as i have describ ed, I obtainel a bottle of your extract of Sarsa parilla, and, followed the directions you gave me. :ln a short period it removed her complaints, and .restored her -health.' Being grateful for the' bene fits siie received, I take pleasure-in thus acknow ledging it, and commend it to the public. . ..... . . M. D. MOORE, ' . " " ' Corner of Grand and Lvdius sts. " Albmy, Aug. 17, 1814. - - - . V . - . nvtl V.irl jn ite relied, uuuii. as a. romoi ent in menta every iBdividnal who mny need tbe benefits which re tV cases of Opthaimic affections which are no preTaW?' tbi country, mtluce -the Proprietor to make thsoagb. hisNAgspts. to plaae thU Salve within the rearhiS from its use The-jrreat advantages possessed by , this article every other.lts Certainty. Safety, Convenience ami v Ter it. n .TOr j . "u -COnn. my prehcndetV fromdrBjEgingthe cy when in an in ' and tmhealtfiy state. ' In the ns of this SaWe-thta oi? tionts entirety removed. a uo harm can poBsihiv fro its use; it being, in all cases applied to the txl ,T; nnrtlmtn of the tve :T.berehv'aToidfmr all ttio ;.. V - - j i o . T('IllP pain and danger, whieU necessarily attends the intro i ' tion of any pungent article into the eye. Jt aetivitU?' subduing inflaraatiou is so great that but few cases rJ the nee. of move than One Bottle toffect a perfect cnreU'W' .Kosale in Fayettevill.bjr Messrs Ma tiheana J,' Hinsdale,, and at all thP cduntryslorcsr September 9, 1S4S. . it. 498-ly, re nowreceiving and" opening a fine assortment of r'i SOLVABLE STAPLK AND.FANCV. . rA"" GROCERIES, ! llard iyare," liat, cajsV .& shoes. rf -f . ; 502-tf. Oct. 7, 1S48. Encourage Mme Manufactures, TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES. This extract of Sarsaparilla has beeii express ly prepared in reference to fem'sile complaints. No fetiiiile who has reason to suppose she is ap proaching that critical period, "the turn of life," should neglect to : take- it, as it. is a certain pre-, ventive for any of the numerous and horrible dis-, eases to which, females are subject at this time of life.' "This perioil mrry be delay td -'evernl years by using this' medicine. Nor is it less valuable for those approaching womanhood, cs it is c?il(i lated to assist nature, by quickening the blood and invigorating the system-! "Indeed, this me dicine is-in valuable' for all the disejses to which womeiv are sub ject. - . . - r , li braces the whole system, renews permanent ly the nutnral energies by rem.ovi ijr the impuri ties of the body not so far stimulating the sys tem as to produce subsequent relaxation, which is the case of most medicines taken for female weakness and disease HOUSE'S FAMILY & PLANTATION MEDICINES. thafthrs the most children SCROFULA CURED. This certificate conclusively proves Sarsaparilla ha pfrrlect control over obstinate diseases of the blood. -Tliree cured in one house is unprecedented. Dr.; Townsend Dear Sir: I have the pleasure to inform you that three of my children have been cured of the Scrofula by the use of your ex cellent medicine. They were afflicted very se verely with bad sores ; have taken only four bot tTes; it took them away, for which. I feel invself under decp obligation. Yours respectfullv, ISAAC W. CHAIN. ' New York, March 1," rS17. ' HOUSE'S INDIAN TONIC, A pleasant and never failing cure for CHILLS or AGUE FEVERS, in three hours; and a remedy in Bilious and Remilt ant Fever. . ... The cures found on the wrapper, -of nine and ten years standing, are .the most remarkable on record," proving it clearly, to have been superior to every other known remedy- in curing Iritei fni tants. ' Persons of Uillious or -Debilitated .habits will soon lind relief f'rom.using it,.,Nursing.moth ers, who need something to invigorate and streth en them, will find it the verv thi'ng, taken in lir-'e taoiesi)oonmt noses three or four times a d iv. " Do trv it. Price $1 per bottle.-- - . - HOUSE'S OINTMENT,, a soothing and per fect cure for Piles. arul for Burns, Bruises, Exter nal Soreness,1 Masses, Sprains, fresh Cuts or Wounds, whether on a man or ber.st, and as an external application in Rheumatism, its-effects' are decided, and absolutely astonishing,- per; son after using it ' remarked, 'Jt is' worth five dollars a thimble full.' No family should ever be without it a single moment. Price 1 ner oct ' TIOUSE'S -VEGETABLE PILLS are worthy ? f. - Cr;ry ''b'. and as a general Fam llv 'Medicine, the host: in ; i happily combined so as to act directlv upon the yvhole animal economy and assist nature in expel- hng all morbid or acrid humors, which en-rendeH disease. They are the only reliable cure ever ! aisco treo. ior KMrJU Al A-TISM. Trv them vel -v, j-ixK-.jrui -tears ana ceaseyour groans, for there is yet good in store for vou. So-great is their popularity that orders for them to be sent to distant-parts of theeountry tlirouh the mail, are frequently received. " - 1 'No versori tr nnt. i,.wL..7-if- . - i- ., ".iu-iijs-rrr iriea them would willingly dispense, with theia, - We onnpal to trip Hi rwfi oJ., ... u i - ' -,- i ' .- -i t r - ; wuo nave usea ih'ecn, ior . rlUl& &bJATE, a. decided enm fnr ttt. Scald-head, and Ringworms. Acure'of 15 year j - -.g, uwa, uii.i many-ouiers that ,tvu.. .uvuinuic, mve yieiaea -readily to its curative virtues. Don't take ourSvord for it "bat try it.: Price 0c;-per -pot. .u'.- i'.'i,- The above trierf nnnnkp ,nj . i.. of Medicines may-be purchased of-all the Drue fists in Nashvilln arrA - wholesale or retail, , and upon inquiry may be founo in almost every toyyn in the South and All orders addressed io Geo. Vruse! Nash" ville, Tenn. wiU be attended to, and liberal AU Chants made-upon -the retail prices JrPnatJli luaren w, isy. Gm. OPINIONS O PHYSICIANS. . v Dr. Townsejid is almost (J -i ly receiving orders from physicians in dirlerent parts of the Uuion. . This is to certify that, we, the undersigned, physicians of the city of Albany, have in numer ous cr.seS prescribed" Dr Townsend's S irsaparilla, and believe it to be one of th most valuable . ore p a rations in the market. . . 1 - '-... 11. P. PULING M. D. -' v J. WILSON, M. D. ' ' ' ' ' 11. B. BRIGGS. M. D. ' - :, ' 1VK-. ELMENDOKI-V1VL D.. -Alaany,. April 1 , -1S4G , . . . ; 11. A. McKETIIAN Willv continue .-tujcarry. om the business of the lateJirm.Qf Gaj-dper .and ,McKethan. in all iis branches. He has ifoW bii hand, "and intends to keep, a general assortment, consisting of CAHUIAGKSv liAHOLCliKS, Suggiekr G-igs, Sulkies, ; WAGONS, &c. Which, for elegance of nape and' finish, and ?'u. rability;will comp-ae 'with -any mtde in the U Stutcs. -.--.. ' Persons wishing to buyi would lo Well to cull and examine his vork, as he has determined to sell low for cash, or approved notes. ilavlns'in his -employment'' first 'rate smiths, he is'- prepared to do f ny iron work in the above line, oa moderate terjus -.H'e warr.iiits ;.ll .hi.i work -to.be of good and faithful workmansliipsmd m;iteriMs, for one year . 00" Repairing faithfulv'executed at short no tice, and on reasonable terms,,- , JanuHry l., IS IS. JAMES KJLE now receiving ami general assoilmcnt of DRY GOODS. "Among, which are : Suporfino French and Knglif.h Cloths. . . IMUo "ditto. ditto Capsitnc-ros, 5 Merino ('assimeres and- Sattinet Kcntarty JpanR and 1 vei-ds. KTscys and Liu. rjn, " . French and Engli.-li A.'erfho.'V - Printed Oe-Lnins and Cashmere;, jMtca.-.vi Ir stripe and plain. , . Rich Silks, colored aud black. ' Irish Linens. Lawns: and -Diaper; - . , . Jaconets, plain, striped. nd ehci ked, Kleanf I ace Collars and Capen. " E'm'0 I?'1'2 bu cI nd brown DottcMics, fvUK.-i irstd. and other Vetint; Anker Belting Cloths. No. 2 to lo"' - 75 packapc? Koots and Shoes, . ' llti"pin? ot,jrr.arti-e:. an of,l,ich being pUreh.i-.r r.foi'r!rC",,h WU1 bfft Very reduced prioes for C ash or ai)ti-ovcd Daucr October 14. ,1848. " - " UNITED STATKS OFl'ICER. 1 ' ' Capt. G. V.McLeah; one of the United States Marine Corps, and 'member of tlieSfew. Jersev Legislature, has kindly sent usthe following .cer tificate. . It tells its own story - " " - , -. -Rah way, Jan. o,-, 1$47, - J year since, I wan t.ikpn' with tf., - ...... i iijiut ji. . and my whole system el"t in a debilitated state I was induced to try Dr Townsend's Sarsaparina, and after taking two or three bottles,-! Was very much relieved,-and attribute it entirely .to the sail! oarsa par ilia, J have cmtinued-taking.it, UilU LIiaL 1 1 Ot,000 Acres Vrtlua blc 'TI.MBJE.lfi IhM : 'FOR SALE. L, riie. sviscn'oer has purchased -all the Im& belonging :to the estafe of lAbiam Dftf5,' dee'e lying principally in R-beson"countv, ard c; both sides of Lumber river, the rtifterent snr veys containi'mr over ('P. uhthoi;mi thoi' -SANDACRE8.; a l,w part finrifmberrd, f and convenient to, Lumber rivc-j-, where a lar"f yuanjiyr oi l imoer is now raited to the Grni"r-town- markrf. Tliese lands " are. 'verv valu b! both for TuTdrer j.nd 1'nrpeiiti.ie, for Cvhicl. nor pse.a large part is well suited. b, iUg in a rt-inn where the .Turpentine yields m.ore,.tbndai,ll """sy-.lier section .of the State. The land's wiITbe-Bold nt dly- price,"a'nds in quantities to sMi it purclrasers. r- a ,; t ... .. -.InforiBation respecting the title can be obtain e.I by applying to the Hon. Robert Strange, J. f. Dobbin Lsi.., A. A T. Smith, Esq., A ttorneys at I-1 understand there are lmnrove Av ' kt:.. - .. re -are manv tresnassers on - . l lrilC f I l i t 1,,1 1 i t -.1 1 ...I . - . . . .saven my iue anrt Would not be without t Under f hVthpT; .i V- I ? , ?s 5 -uy- vousiaerarion. - - - -G.-Wi MoT VA i v;v ,,1Ui l-eu agajnst aii sucn iji .., . v., . . . . i-ienicrs. - - t ... I)YSPPP!ii " 1 Applicbtion for any part of th lands ran be , ISO fluid or medicine has ever been discovered which so nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva, in decomposing- food arid strengthening the organ of digestion, as' this prepaWhn'of SarspariUa. It positively. cures every Mse . of i uVi - rere or cluonic. II any a . j-.,. c i.ivjre tnem to read tlx.- follovving rndispensable tesfimonv of a gentleman of the highest respectability: ' if .thiols n..t en tirely satisfactory, we would behappv to give other jelerence to-Sprae of the first families in. the c,ty, who have used it with perfect success in this and other distressing diseases. ' - ' - .Sank Department, 'Albany,' May 10,194S. J?J S"e,:lV J e Jeeri afflicted f6r nlIjeaKW,th aysia in w-rst forms,' ,h otwrnf the stomach loss- of appetite extreni? heartbur., ,ad a great aver- f wiwtf'tlT -a'kr weeks (what small rfoti"5 1 hve he'bU to retain but a l?j?V!,LmKUilgth''i t-ffhe usual SrnH!0t thy, M Ult 'Ie-or no effect in t Complalllt- A I we induced; . about ?,f?9n hl finCC o tTy I etxct of Sarsa, parma,and I must say with little 6onfidence",but after using nearly two bottles, I found my ap petite -restored, and the heartburn entirely re moved, and l would, earnestly recommend the tree of it , to those, who have been afflicted as I have been. ' Yours, 2cc. . Mr T it'll 1I rr-M. UTn - cur saue. in rayetievuie oy aaai'L, J. December 30, If 4S 514-Iy. m1e ttrmvself.' or to.JnKn t n.hn wlU4 duly authorized to make gale of t he s. mc. V o . THOMAS, J. CURTIS. Jan. 1.1, 11. - tf " 4 - " tVlABBtE FACTORY. '" , p x m - 5i Nearly opposite the Po?t Office 1840 FAYETTEVILLE, N- " u 1. 1 . .. snr. , . - EverythiDflr- in the way of Cast ings, extra 0e Lids, fcc. fce., at R. A. STUART'S Sept. 2, 1848.