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Wl lunvt-u v- r I virtues when they are dead ana i -.1- nmtannc .hat tomb stones are marKea wim vr of -good and virtuous." Is there any par- i . u. men are ticular cemetery wnere uie buried? . , I have noticed that the piayui u. j selfish man is -forgive us our ueois, um makes every body pay wno owes mm vo u. utmost farthing. I have noticed that Death is a niercuu. udee, though not impartial. Every man owes a debt Death summons the deoior, and he lays down his dust in the currency ot mortality. , . , .. J . .... i tkinL-e cV(TV 1 have noticed that he wh - cpc mie when lie man a rosrue is cerium i f.have himself, and he ought, in - his neighbors, surrender me tice. ... : f..P I have noticed that money J , ," wisdom, the knave , Kl , i i. r-i-V. ihmii s trouble. wise inarm jewei, i.. . - - the poor man's ambition, and the idol ot V Uvo noticed that whatever is, is right .i. r ..r.,iu,ru thp left eve. the left III lew cm"'""" . ' leo- and the kit side ot a plum puuum. 1 have noticed that merit is always meas ured in the world by its success. 1 have noticed that in order to be a rea sonable creature, it is necessary at times to be downright mad. . . I have noticed we are always wishing instead of working for fortunes, we are disappointed, and call Dame Fortune -blind," but it is ihe very best evidence that the old lady has most capital eyesight, and is no -granny" with spectacle. I have nol iced that purses will hold pen nies as well as pounds. 1 have noticed that tombstones say -Here he lies," which no doubt is often the truth, and if men could see the epitaphs their friends sometimes write, they would surely believe they had got into the wrong grave. J'cw York Spirit of the Times. It was observed of a deceased lawyer, that he left but few effects; to which a fe male remarked, that -he had but few causes. " STRAWS!) 0RST0LBN From the subscriber on Tuesday night the 16th inst., n large sorrel horse, 16 hands high, one hindfoot white the right fore foot injured in the hoof with a few white spots on his body, no other mark recollected. 5 years old last ppring. A liberal reward will be paid for l is delivery to me near Mount tliam Church, Robeson County N. C. LOXT BRlTr. Occt. 19, 1849. 056-3t TPJHL1E NORTJHL CAJKOIL11N1AN WHAT I HAVE NOTICED. - . lat nil men sneak well of 1 nave iiunvtu -" r , . NOTICE. t Will be sold on the first Mona-, . next, at public auction at he Co or road desirable little farm V' 1 Pknon as about the ed-e oi llv;Uine house. it is a u Cade's. There i a Kiicnen, ... . nnaitive. ridec, d .L. l. KJJ XS'CADE for J AS. W. CADL. Oct. 13, 1S49. 555-ts. Observer copy. NOTICE. Taken up and committea to the Jail of Moore county. N. C, onthe2'.th of September, l3l'J a neuro boy who calls his nine' EZKKIEL, and says that he helongs to James McKay of Brunswick county, N. C Saul nero is black, 5 leet 1U incne hih. The owner of said negro is hereby notified to come lorvvuru, rr ry pertv, priv charges, and take h.m away, or he will be dealt with a- C-CURKV, Jailor. Oct. 13, IS 10. 553-tf. $25 PS7f2-P. Hanawav from tlie suu scriber. his"slave man ABEL, suoposed to have been persuad ed' oil bv some one. Tie is 5 feet S or 9 "inches his". and Yerv trim built; yellow complexion ; writes and reads well. He is supposed to be making his way North, or to a free State. The above reward will be given lor erv to me, or his lodgment m jail so that I can get him. Address me at Jn. June 0, IS 19. 517-tf rr..TT?w:rkc i Hit. TUWflOXiiiw SARSAPARILLA. This extract is put up in quart bottles ; it is - rheaner, pleasanter, and warranted S4X lw Jo any Kid- It cures diseases without jfflgS-Si. -ckening, or debilitating the patient. GREAT FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. The o-reatbeautv and superiority of thisSarsa parilla over all other medicine, while it eradi cates diseases, it invigorates the body. It is one of the very best fall and winter medicines ever known; it not only purines the whole system and strengthens the person, but it creates new, pure, and rich blood ; a power possessed by no other medicine. . . , We have letters from physicians and our agents from all parts of the United States, informing us of extraordinary cures. R. Van Buslcirk, Esq, one of the most respectable Druggists in Newark, N J , informs us that he can reler to more than 150 case i that place alone. There are thou sands of cases in the city of New York, which we will refer to with pleasure and to men of character. It is the best medicine for the pre ventive of diseases known. RHEUMATISM. This Sarsaparilla is used with the most per fect success in rheumatic complaints, however severe or chronic. The astonishing cures it has performed are indeed wonderlul Other rerne- . . - ....n..nnr rali this cnri rea dies sometimes give ieuiri.j --- lv eradicates it from the system, even when the limbs and bones are dreadfully swollen. Hear Mr Seth Terry, one of the oldest and .f ..,.t:,lil lawyers in Hartford, Conn. The following is an extract of a letter received from him : Dr Townscnd: I have used one bottle of your Sarsaparilla, and find it is excellent in its effects upon a clironic rneum"- subject, from an injury occasioned several years airo, in a public stage. Please send me two bot tles to the care of Dr. Seymour. I have con versed with two of our principal physicians, and recommend your -Sarsaparilla. TERRY. Hartford, March 12, 1S15. HATS Cheap as possible ! The Subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has opened a Saddle and Harness-miKing ESTABLISHMENT on Person street, two doors east of the Cape Fear Bank, where he would be glad to receive :iAa a public patronage. He keeps constantly on hand Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, &c, made of good materials and by gooa workmen. Persons wishing anything in his line will please examine his articles before purchas ing elsewhere. He returns his thanks for past favors and requests a continuance of the same. Prices moderate. Just received from the North, a large assort ment of materials necessary for a saddle and har ness manufactory. fr REPAIRING neatly executed and at short iir ownvv. Aug. 11, 1349. ly- CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Encourage Home Manufactures Ranger's Notice. Strayed before mo, on the 19th inFt., tmlr a sorrel hors' with a whitu streak in his f "ii I forshoad, and some white on his hind feet supposed to 10 or 11 years old, and has " H hern Tallied at 50 dollars. He was taken MlBCSaUiBM up by Panicl Johnson, living on the Road (fading from FayetU-TiUe to Mtwre county court house. The owner of said hr.rne is notified to come forward, prove property. pay chare. sand take him away. Oct 19 D S McCOL.vlAN, Ranger TO THE FASHIONABLE PUBLIC. Th undersigned hare receiv ed ttaeir full reports of Nw Vork. Philadelphia and Euro pean fa.hionf: for the Fall and Winter of 1840-50. and are prepared to ex cute ;my order in the tailorincr business, in the most fashionable and t workmanlike manner. They are thankful for past patron age, and Hure the public that nothing j-hall be 1 ft un done to pive entire tatiifae tion to all who call upon them They work cheap, and would always like thecash paid when the work is done. (3f-A pcrsens indebted to us will please call and settle. GRAHAM & WOODWARD. Tl't'sl ettd.Ww Hotel building. Knytteville. Oct. '27. 1S40.-3 uios. MOUNTAIN BUTTER. The Subscriber havm- resumed nusiues ai ins old stand on the northeast corner of Market Square, is just receiving la, l ull and W nter stork of the LATEST and MOjI i-ASHlOs-ABLEstvle of HATS. Tie ha"also a larpe assortment of his own man ufacturing, with a full supply of Military C laps. Iso, alare assortment ot Hat and Cap Tum mincs, which he will keep continually on hand, and at prices to suit customers DA1D GEE. ft3- I will pay the highest prices in cash for Fur Skins of eveiy kind, the ensuing winter. 1J. (-T. . Fayetteville, Sept. 22, 1319. tf LAND FOR SALE. The subscriber being anxious to travel South, oners for sale those valuable tracts of Land lying in the Counties of Cumberland and Bladen about sixteen miles below Fayetteville, situated i and on the west side of Harrison's Creek from two and a half to three miles of Cape I ear River, containing about fifteen hundred acres well timbered with prime Juniper and Cypress; ami for fertility a large portion can be surpassed by ; the State. For further information ppply to the subscriber at the Store of Jessup & Mitchell, GilHspie Street. Fayetteville, Oct. 13, IS49 5o.)-U COOPERING. nv person who may want a cooper to make turpentine barrels, or do any other sort ot coop erir" for the vear 1850, can probably be suited on aVnli-tion to JAMES FRESHWATER, ,t Lutterloh's cooperage in Fayetteville. Oct. 1.", lSl'J. 5")5-3t-45ctspd. First rate No. 1 article, at COOK & TAYLOR'S VALUABLE LANDS POP SALS. fllHE subscriber beinc desirous to lrvp. ofTei i his v.ilu ible tract of LAND and"lLLS for sjle,on which lie at present resides, lying three miles southeast of Avens Ferry in Moore county. This tract of land contains 500 acres, is well watered, and is well adapted to the cultivation if corn, wheat, cotton, oats, &c; with an excel lent merchant mill and saw mill, lately built, and now in full operation on Brown's Creek, running through sandy land, the situation is very healthy, with excellent spring water, and a new dwelling house with other out houses. It would be a healthy retreat for those who reside in the lower part of the country. The terms of payment will be made to suit the purchaser, as a reasonable credit will be given if required. I will at any time show the location of said land and mills. HENDERSON" THOMAS. Oct. 20, 1M0. 550. 3t. S LKOF TOWN PROPERTY AND LAND. Will be sold at the Court House in the Town of Fayetteville, on Tuesday the 13th day of No vember next, the following Valuable Real Estate, (sold to efTect a division,) viz 3 Lots, with fire-proof Buildings thereon, on Hay street, joining Blake and Hooper. 2 Lots, with tire-proof Buildings thereon, on Hoy street, joining Waddill and Hooper. i Lot on Franklin street. 2 Lots on Franklin and Donaldson sts. 1 vacant Lot near the Jail. 1 Lot in Cambellton, above the Bridge. 50 acres of Land, North side of Clarendon Ki-irl 'f. with lour Stores and Dwelling Houses thereon, G comfortable Dwelling Houses on llaymount. 3 J acres of Land joining the same. 51 acres of Land near Union Factory. 100 acres, valuable lor fire-wood, joining Ellis 110 acres do do, joining ditto. 101 do do do, joining ditto. Plats of the above Land and Lots will be ex hibited on the day of sale. Persons desiring particular information about the above Property, w ill please call on Alexander Johnson, Market Square, Fayetteville. Terms made known on dav of Sale. ARCH'D A. T. SMITH. Clerk and Master. Oct. 13, 1549. 551ts GIRLS, READ THIS. You who have pale complexions, dull yes, blotches on the face, rough skin, and are "out of spirits," use a bottle or two of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. It will cleanse your blood, remove the freckles and blotches, and give you animation, sparkling eyej, fine spirits, and beautiful com plexions all of which are of immense value to unmarried lidies. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. Dr. Townsend: My w ife beiii greatly distres sen bv weakness and sreneral debility, andsutler- 7 t . ... v . c l in" continually ny pam ana a sensation oi uMiuig A. Ail ntr of thP wnmh. ana Willi omer uuii- UUU lly ? ' y r-nltips. and bavins: known cases where your me dicinehas efl'ected great cures, and also hearing it recommended for such cases as I have descnb ed, I obtained a botlle of your extract, ot fcarsa. nar and fo lowed the directions you gave me fn a short neriod it removed her complaints, and restored her health. Being grateful for the bene fits she received,! take pleasure in thus acunow ledjrinr it, and commend it to the public. 00 M. D. MOORE, Corner of Grand and Lydiussts Albany, Aug. 17, Is 11. TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES. Tli is extract of Sarsaparilla has been express ly prepared in reference to female complaints. 'o female who has reason to suppose she is ap proaching that critical period, "the turn of life,' should neglect to taKe it, as n 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 period may be delayed several years this medicine." Nor is it less valuable for those approaching womanhood, ss it is calcu lated to assist nature, by quickening the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed, this nie A., -hi. i"iiiv:iln:ihlp for all the diseases to which women are suoieci. It braces the whole system, renews permanent ly the natural energies by removing the impuri ties of the bodv not so far stimulating the sys tem as to produce subsequent relaxation, vthich is the case of most medicines laKen ior iemaie weakness and disease A. A. McKETHAN Will continue to carry on the business of the late firm of Gardner and McKethan, in all its branches, lie has now on hand, and intends to keep, a general assortment, consisting of CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, Buggies, Gigs, Sulkies, WAGONS, &c. Which, for elegance ot shape ana nni&n, ana su rability, will compare with any maue in ine u Qntl'. Persons wishinir to buv, would do well to call and examine his work, as he has determined to sell low for cash, or approved ntes. Having in his employment lirst rate smiiHs, he is prepared to do ?tiy iron work in the above line, on moderate terms He warrants all his work to be of good and faithful workmanship and materials, for one vear 0Cf Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, and on reasonable terms. January 15, 1S4S. MARBLE F ACTO RY. Nearly Opposite Liberty Point. Ti, onlianriher havinir taken the stand lately occupied by Simpson & McLaughlin, respectful ly rt.,ma his thanks for the liberal patronage iT.tnfnri( 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. -Vaggons fcc of the most approved style, which, lor lightness and durability, compare with any made here or 1 ....llAtlA eisenuwi. . Persons wishing to purcnase win qo wen . call and examine them, as I am determined to sen very low for cash or approved notes. j Havine had several years experience in one ot the largest establishments north, I am preparea , to manufacture Carriages m any uesc r.p " -- the shortest notice, wuik " ai1"111" twelve months; and repaird, free of charge, should it fail in point of wokmanship or mater- 'alRPPAlRrG neatly executed at-the notice and most reasonable charge fully received. Q slMPSON.. . .-:n i.n 1.1 m-10. 424-tt JOS. S. DUNN Is prepared to do.all kinds of Wheelwright work. wagons, cam, urays, barrows, plows fcc, on the most liberal terms, at his workshop, corner of Mumford and Winslow streets, where persons disposed to patronize him will please call. June lo, uoa-ti . MILES COSTIn: GENERAL AGENT For the sale of all kinds of coun try Produce, such ass Lumber, Timber, Naval Stores Corn, Bacon, &c. Slc. WILMINGTON, N. C. References, P. K. Dickinson, E. P. Hall, Gilbert Potter. John Dawson, July 21; IS 19. O. G. Parsley, Dr. Thos. H. Wright, Owen Fennell. A. L. Price, Wilmington, N. C. shortest Orders thank- 100,000 Acres'Valnnule TIMBER LAND FOR SALE. The subscriber has purchased all the Lant bclotfing to the estate of A bram Dubois, dec i lvin" principally in Robeson county, and o both' sides of Lumber liver d""". SAND ACHES; a large part finely timbered, and convenient to Lumber river, where a larg quantity of Timber is now rafted to the George town market. i nese iaiius both for Timber and Turpentine, for which pur pose a large part is well suited, being m a region where the Turpentine yields more abundant! than any othersection of the State. The lands will be sold at a low price, and in quantities to suit purchasers. . ifrm,t;,, rarter:tinir the title can be obtain- in:uiiii"n . j - o i i... ....i..:r.r t tli. Hon Robert Strance, J. .-. Dobbin, Esq., A. A T. Smith, Esq., Attorneys T .a v . t nHprstand there are many trespassers on these lands, to nil ol whom notice is hereby given that the law will be enforced against an sucn oi fa 1-k 1-1 VC Application for anv part of the lands can be mde to myself, or t John Winslow, Esi who will be duly authorized to make s;.Ie ol the same. THOMAS J. CURTIS. Jan. 13, 1819. tt. NEW GOOJDg. The Subscriber is now receiving his stock of FALL GOODS, purchased recently in the north ern markets at the lowest prices, consisting in p?rt of Calicoes, Kerseys, Sheetings and Shirtings, Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattinets, Alpaccas, DeLain, and Bombazines, Pocket and table Cutlery, Hardware of all kinds, Florence, Rutland and other straw Bonnets, Gentlemen's fashionable mole-skin Hats, Men's, boy's and children's Hats and Caps, of all kinds, Saddles, Bridles and Martingales, Whips, horse and mule Collars, 20 cases Boots and Shoes; A good assortment ol common C110CKEHY & GLASS WARE, The copartnership of Tulor & Anderson has been dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having claims against the concern, will please present them for sett lement; and all persons in debted, will make immediate pament. DAVID S. TAYLOR T. J. ANDERSON. Oct. lb, 15 lt fj6-2w the most children SCROFULA CURED. This certificate conclusively proves that this Sarsaparilla has perfect control over obstinate diseases of the blood. Three 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 afllicted very se verely with bad sores ; have taken onlv four bot tles: it took them awav. for which I feel myself under deep obligation. Yours respectfully, ISAAC W. CRAIN New York, March 1, IS 17. OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS. Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving orders from physicians in dillerent parts ot the Union This is to certify that we, the undersigned physicians of the citv of Albany, have in numer ous cases prescribed Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla and believe it to be one of the most valuable pre parations in the market. li. V. FUliMi, JU. L). J. WILSON, M. D. R. B. BRIGGS, M. D. P. E. ELMENDORF, M. D Albany, April I, 1S16. Nearly opposite the Tost Office. Jan. 30, lS-in y " FAYETTEVILLE, N. C Fish, Thomastown Lime" nd fine Crockery for sule by April 2S. J. D. WILLIAMS. Rio and Laguira CoflTee, bbls. crushed and clarified Sugars, Blacksmith's Tols, and finishing Nails, Swede Iron, from 1J to 7 inches broad. And a variety ot other articles wnicn nt wotiui be glad to seil for cash or exchange for country opposite Bank Cape Fear Aug. 11, 1S19. 3m. COPARTNERSHIP NOT1CK. Phe undersigned have associated themselves toirethei, under the name and styie oi iciauD &. Warner, for tJe purpose of carrying n a gen eral mercantile busmes. ney intenn i rrp a tenenl assortment ol Dry loo0s, groceries, r t J aw II aall Hardware, Cutlery ana irocKerj, u m as low as anv other house in this place. An ex amination bv the public of qualities and prices ii only neces-sary to insure sales. ROBT. McNABB, D. O. WARNER. IS. 541-tf. Carthage, Moore co., Ail; N. P. BORDEAU, Lumber and Timber 1SSPKCTOK, Attends promptly to all business in his line, and solicits the countenance of his friends and all others engaged in the Timber and Lumber bui ness. WILMINGTON, -. C, July 21, 1S49. ly. IX QUART BOTTLES V11Q GRAYSON KUTTER, '2000 lbs. prime Uutter in firkins, from 50 to 7.N ll8 weight, for pale by COOK Si FOYV'ELL Oct 19 i5 3t More Land for Sale. The Subscriber offers his Land fur sale, 425 acres of swamp land, lying on the north-east side ol Cape le.r Kiver, about 10 miles from Favette ville. It joins the lmds of Messrs Armstrong and McAhster, and James McDotigald and Joel Williams. Also, another tract of sand-hill land, 100 acres. The two tracts are about .) miles apart. Apply to the subscriber personally or through the Fayetteville P. O. W. P. MAXWELL. Oct. 0, 1S49. 55.3-4 1 BUSINESS AGENT. The undersigned will attend to such business a the procuring of discounts, renewal of Notes, procuring ol northern L-necKs at euner oi me Banks in this pluce, and drawing of Pensions, lie will also attend to the collection and estab lishment of Claims against the United States, for soldier's services in the Mexican war, or any other business of" that nature. He will also draw up any instrument of writing where a penman is required, and do any other writing whatever. Apply at the office of the Plank Road Com pany, under the Fayetteville Hotel. Refers to anv of the merchants in Fayetteville. JNO. M. ROSE. Sept. s, 1S40. 550-tf UNITED STATES OFFICER. Capt. G. W. McLean, one of the United States Marine Corps, and member of the New Jersey Legislature, has kindly sent us the following cer tificate. It tells its own story : Rahway, Jan. 25, 1S47. A year s:nce, I wa taken with the influenza, and my whole system left in a debilitated state. I was induced to try Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla, and alter taking two or three bottles, 1 was very much relieved, and attribute it entirely to the said Sarsaparilla. I have continued taking it, and find that 1 improve every day. I believe it saved my lite, and would not be without it under any consideration. G. W. McLEAN. NEW GOODS WM. S. LATTA HAS taken the Store lately occupied by S. I. Hrwley & Son, and nearly opposite H. &. E.J. Lilly's, and is now receiving and opening an ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF GOODS, Selected from the Philadelphia and New York markets, and purchased at very low prices. In the assortment will be found a general and ex tensive supply of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, and SILK GOODS generally; also an assortment of Notions, viz : Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Sec, and a very general assortment of the following goods : Hats, Caps, Shoes, and Boots, Every variety of Hardware and Cutlery. Family Groceries, viz: Coffee, Tea, and Brown Sugar; Clarified and Refined Sugar, Wines and trench Brandy, China, fine Crockery, and Glass-ware, Paints, Medicines, Oils, &c, Travelling Trunks, Pulls, and Brooms, Also, an assortment of Sadlery. The subscriber tenders an invitation to all his old customers (and the purchasers of goods in this market generally) to give him a call, being determined to sell Goods cheap and to accom modate customers to the extent of his ability and means for Cash, Country Produce, or to prompt time purchasers. As he cannot give a catalogue .1 : i it i tn a newspaper uuveriisemeiii, piease aii, uiiu he will show all. This shall cost nothing. Sept. 15, lSl'J. 551-Sw AND FOR THE CURE OF Liven coMp CONSyfPr FEMALE e. OS ni- . f, tow w v r NOTICE. All those indebted to G. & H. McMillan are requested to call and settle by the first Novem ber, as further indulgence cannot be given. October 6. 554-4t New Boarding House. The Subscriber has bought the House (known as the Neill Johnson .house) on the south-east corner of tCourt House Sauare. where he in tends keeping as good a table as can be kept in the place, and his stable well provided with pro yender. All he wants is a call. He guaranties to give perlect satisfaction. E JO,IN STEWART, Oct. 0, 119. 5ol-St. Proprietor. Tsui I BLANKS Of all kinds for sale at this Office TIN WARE, At Wholesale and Retail. F. T- WARD, will carry on the Tiuning busi ness as hererofore, at the old stand, where he will promptly and faithfully ex cute all work in his li ne. f Jobbing of all kinds done with despatch. F. T. WARD, Agt. March 17, 1S49 MISS BINGHAM WILL resume her School at her house in Old Street on MONDAY the 8th Ocber. She will take a class of young Ladies in Drawin nml Paintinir scnarate from her Srhnnl " 1 Spt. 29 1S10J 553-Gw DYSPEPSIA. No fluid or medicine has ever been discovered which so nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva, in decomposing food and strengthening the organs of digestion, as this preparation of Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every case of dvspepsia. however severe or chronic. If any doubt this assertion, we invite them to read the following indispensable testimony of a gentleman of the highest respectability. If this is not en tirely satisfactory, we would be happy to give other reference to some of the first families in the city, who have used it with perfect success in tnis and other distressing diseases. Bank Department, Albany, May 10, 1S4S. or l ownsend, Mr : 1 have been afflicted for several years with dyspepsia m its worst forms, attended with sourness of the stomach, loss of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great aver sion to all kinds ol tood, and for weeks (what I could eat) I have been unable to retain but a small portion on my stomach. I tried the usual remedies, but they had but little or no effect in removing the complaint. I was induced, about two months since, to try your extract of Sarsa parilla, and I must say with little confidence, but after using nearly two bottles, I found my ap petite restored, and the heartburn entirely re moved, and I would earnestly recommend the use of it to those who have been afflicted as I have been. Y'ours, &c. W. W. VAN ZANDT. For sale in Fayetteville t$r SAM'L.J. HINSDALE, Druggist. Also, by J. &. W. JOHNSON, Clinton, December 30, 1615. 511-lv SETTTIT G-LCT3P. Watchmaker & Jeweler, (jXorth side Hay ttrert, midway between the new Hotel and the .Market,) Has just received from the north, a splendid as sortment of Goods in his line, among which can be found gold and silver Watches, from $3 up to $100 ; gold chains; seals; keys; breast pins; ear rings; finger rings, a fine assortment; bracelets; lockets; all kinds of spectacles; gold pens, with gold and silver holders; gold pencils; studs; gold and silver belt buckles; silver combs; coral beads; card cases; a neat article of pocket books; steel beads and steel bags; purses; music boxes; plated cake baskets; plated castors; silver mugs: plated and brass candlesticks, and brass clocks. AH kinds of silver spoons, (warranted pure silver.) MILITARY GOODS. Swords, Epaulets, and military goods of all kinds, from achapeaux to a spur. All ot tne aoore goods will be sold as cheap as they can be bought in any country, at retail. N. B. Particular attention paid to the repair- inn oi waicnes anajeweirv. Sept. 8, 1S49. 3m a-a I offer my Dwelling House and TfJMJ lot in this place for rent for one year J IU from the 1st of October next. Persons wishing to see ine place will call at the Caroli nian Office. nr ,tt- R A- STUART Aug. 95, ISLv fi Tiik Pri'i'i i-lr- l:t - -.prii? mm 1, ;in III brill!?!!!!? Illl-N l- Hilt I-III iff S to its presen! otitic of perfection ; ;ini the experinu-e of fourteen years lias ft;r;i ;lieil tliein tlie most amile op portunity to stutly, in their various form, the diseases for winch it is recommended, and to adapt il rxrt!y to tlii-T relief and erne. Pa tients who wish h sm.t good Me lie.ine are invite. 1 to no it a trial, and satisfy themselves of its superiority, and the inrahiahlo property it poseses of arresting ii-W 'I xnrl e.iirintr disease. The bottle has been t nlareed to hold ONE Qt ART. and in its present improved form may safely claim to be Hie bkt and heafet Medicine of the age. Its progress to the fame it has attained may be Iraeed by a long line of facts and cures, that stand as landmarks and beacons for the invalid, pointing the way to the haven of health. The following is from Col. S. G. Taylor, a eittieman of itili stands n- and extensive acquaintance in the Southern staU-s, and lately apoiulc,! I'otiMil to New Urauada: Messrs. A. IS. fc D. Sanbs: Xrv York. Jnmttry 7. lM. Gentlemen, Having used, and witnessed the eiYects of your exe.elU nt preparation of Sarsaparilla on dirlerent persons in various p.irts of the Southern country, viz . Virginia, IjOiiisiana. Texas, and Mexico, 1 feel iiiu-ii pleasure in slatm? the hich opinion entertained of its great medicinal value. In my own case it acted almost like a charm, removing speedily the enervated stnte of the system, and exciting;, in the most agreeable manner, a Ionic and invigorating intliieiit-e. Your Sarsaparilla is highly approved and extensively used by the U States army in Mexico, and my cousin. GEN ZACll IKV TAVl.Oll, has fo'r the past five years been in the habit of using it. and recommends the same ; he and myself adopted the article at the same time, and il is now considered an almost indispensable requisite in the army. In conclusion I would say, that the better it is known the more highly it will be prized, and 1 trust that its henlth-restoric virtues will make it generally l known throughout the length and breadth ol our wi-ieiy-extenaeu country. ours very respectfully, S. l. 1AII.UII,' U.S. Consul to New Granada. lii ! i; ! ! lijii'i: i in ii ill REMARKABLE CURE OF CCROFULA. Southpnrt, Cona., January I, 1M. Messrs. Pkds : Giitleineii Sympathy for the afflicted induces me to inform you of the remarkable cure effected by your Sarsaparilla in the case of my wife. She was severely afflicted with the Scrofula on different parts of the body ; the glands of the neck were greatly enlarged, and her limbs much swollen. After suffering over a year, and finding no relief from the remedies used, the disease attacked one leg, and below the knee suppurated. Her physician advised it should be laid open, which was done, but without any permanent benefit. In this situation we heard of, and were induced to use Sands' Sarsaparilla. The first bottle produced a decided and favor able effect, relieving her more than any prescription she had ever taken ; and before she had used sx bottles, to the astonishment and delight of her friends, she found her fieaiin quite rtsloreu. il is now over a year since tne cure was enecieu, anu ntr health remains good, showint: the disease was thoroughly eradicated from the system. Our neighbors are all knowing to these facts, and think Sands' Sarsaparilla a great blessing to the age. Vours with respect, JULIUS PIKE. Extract from a letter received from Mr. N. W. Harris, a gentleman well known in Louisa county. Va. : " 1 have cured a negro boy of mine with your Sarsaparilla, who was attacked with Scrofula, and of a scrofulous family. Yours truly, " Frederick Hall, Va., July 17, 1848." " IS. W. HARRIS." The following testimony from Rev. John Grigg, late Rector of the Church of the Crucifixion in ibis city, 'commends itself lo the attention of the afflicted. Numerous certificates of cures of various diseases effected by this medicine are almost daily received : Messrs. Sands : A member of my family has taken your valuable Sarsaparilla fr a severe scrofulous affection, Ac. with the most beneficial effect resulting from its use. It gives me very great pleasure to record my testimony in behalf of its virtue and efficacy, hoping that others may be induced to make a trial of It- JVc York, May 10, 1848. JOHN GRIGG. Messrs. A B. & D. Sands . Xorteick, .V. V., Oct. , 18". Gentlemen Feelings of gratitude induce me to make a public acknowledgment of the benefit I have derived from the use of your Sarsaparilla. I have for several years been afflicted with scrofulous swellings in my head, which at times would gather and discharge at my throat, nose, and ears, and at others would break out in different parts of my face and head. These continued until my throat, face, and head were almost one complete sore, ami for a long time I was so hoarre that it was with the utmost difficulty that I could speak above a whisper. Iluring this time I had several attacks of pleurisy and other diseases. I consulted different physicians, and tried various remedies, but received no benefit until I commenced using your Sarsa parilla. I am r.ow well - the sores are all healed, and I attribute the result entirely to the effects of your valuable medicine. . Yours, with resect and jtratitude, PHEBE CAHOON. Beinc nersonallv acquainted with the person aUre named, I believe her statement to be correct. ' J A M s M- D- CAKK, Justice of the Peace PREPARED ANO FOLD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY A. B. fc L. SANI). Di;ii;:ists and Chemists, 100 Fiitos st., counts or Williax, New Yoix. ci. 1 . ... TftriifTtriKls penerstliv lliroTlirlioiil 11i T ,i i sitaros nnA CinUl' IU1U t -T-. J m-. "OO C3 ' - J (T - ' - -. w.w.v ' i Price per Bottle; six Bottles fr i i For sale by Saml. J. Hinsdale. Fayetteville, IV. C.