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from the Union Manf. Cornpanv Randolph county. In- Cull JAS. a. SMITH, f rnr t.- mirii mantirnfr ureJ in tne oUiK and ex-iinine if. you want a good article. H. BRANSON & SON. August 3, 15)30. v)y7-3t $25 He ward. Iv.maway trow, the sub scriber on the 21th June, a negro mnn named RlOS, vlio formerly belonged to John A. Averitt of Onslow. He v. as purchased from Mr Avrrilt y Lewis Wright, of Jupii.'j, of whom the subscriber purchased him. lb: has a wife at Mr Ishatn Carver" in t.umbei land. lie is about b feet 8 or 10 inches high; is quick tnotiori"d, and is apt lo look down when speak inz. His eves are reddish. He hd3 a remark uLie spot of gray hair on the fore part of his head, about the size of a quarter of a dollar ; the ether hair is black. He is 2S or 30 years old. The above reward will be given for hi3 appre hension and confinement in any jail in the State so that he can be recovered. Fifty dollars will be given for proof to convict any white man ol harboring said negro. JOHN T. WRIGHT. All?. 3, 1S-30. S97-tf AND HAIR DRESSER, FAVETTEVILLIi, N. C, Still serves the public in the above line, at his shop in tlie Fayetteville Hotel. Can't Sell Out, and therefore can't go toCalifornia Just received at Liberty Point House, Prenerved Oysters, warranted fresh, Preferred Lobsters, Sardines. A few box No. 1 Claret Wine, f'rh Lemons, Champsgnc in quirt dJ pints, superior, Hum. Oin.auJ French Brandy. "Old N'orth StaNT' Hyo Whiskey. ICL ran be had at ny time in case of sickness. Itejru lar Ic customers will he supplied at suuritie. by leaving t heir orders on the pre ioua day. iCJ-THt. BILLIARD UOOM will be open forjrcntle turu at uil hour-!; and tha same Old "Adam" will be iu attendance lo accommodate customers in every way JOSEl'it BROOKS BANK. Jmu- 1,1S.',0. 6S9-tf DENTISTRY. S. S. GILCHRIST, Dental Surgeon, respectfully informs the citizens of FyctteTiile and vicin ity, that he haa taken an oflioe in the Fayetteville Hotel, where he is prepared to perform all operations in his pro feKiiion. and would be pleased to wait ou all who may favor him with a call. All work warranted. October 27. 1S49. 5o7-tf HEJVEOVikl,. The Cross Creek Manufacturing Company hare removed their Store to the south side of Person street, three doors below the Market Square, what- they will keep constantly on hand both warp and filling; carpet warp, seine twine, wrapping twine, stocking yarn, and cotton batts. They are thankful to their customers, and hope they w jll continue their favors. C. HEN BOW, President C. C.Manuf. Co. 7th month, 20th, 1SS0. 505-tf FOR THE REMOVAL & PERMANENT CURE DP ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN I.M PURE STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM. Among the many and important discoveries of this generation, is one whose fame will be writ ten, as with a sunbeam, in the history of the past. SAND'S SARSAPARILLA stands forth alone, and by its own works proclaims its power that mute eloquence so irrisistibty affecting in the appeals of the suffering for relief have been answered. Thousands of cases of diseases have been cured by this invaluable Medicine, such as are not. furnished In the records of time. These things are not done in secret places. They are brought before the world to substantiate, beyond doubt, the healthy virtues of this preparation; and tlie fjcts untold, although gigantic, are as plain as the light of day. The Sarsaparilla is combined with the most effectual aids, the most salutary productions, the most potent sirnples of the vegetable kingdom; and its unprecedented success in the restoration to health of those who had long pined under the most distressing chronic maladies, lias given it an exalted character fur nishing as it does, evidence of its own intrinsic value, and recommending it to the afflicted in t i- rrt o tKu . 11 ... ti. .J .... 1 .. ! i . i i Q1UIV Lt JIIV K.IIUV. ic ii. is ion" been a most important desideratum iu the prac tice of medicine, to obtain a remedy similar to this one that would act on the Liver, Stomach, and Bowels with all the precision and potency of mineral preparations, yet without any of their deleterious effects upon the vital powers of the system. Although posessed of powerful healing properties, it is entirely harmless, and will not injure the most delicate constitution. When in perfect he.ilth, no effect is produced by its use, except an increase of appetite ; but when disease is sead in the frame, and carrying fast its vic tim along the path of life, then its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindles "new life and vigor, and brings health and strength to the tufleiingand diseased. SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES. Winchester, Ky., Oct, 1810. A. B. & D. Sands Gentlemen: I would not have presumed to write to you, if it was not mv duty to let the public know the almost miracu lous effect your Sarsaparilla has had upon me My limbs were covered with ulcerous sores, so that I could not walk during the whole Spring and Summer. In this situation I commenced the use of your Sarsaparilla, and after taking two bottles was entirely cured. I must also tell you of another wonderful- cure. My brother was afflicted with this scrofula in his head, 6o bad, his physician told him the loss of his sight was inevitable, and permanent blindness seemed to be his fate. Three bottles entirely restored his sight, and we cannot but recommend all simila ry afflicted to use Sands Sarsaparilla Yours truly, SENJ. F. BUCKNER. For sale by S J, Hinsdale, Favcltvil! ; by Dr. A. C. Eva?.s &. Bro., Wilmington; bv P. F. Fescud, Raleigh; by Dr. A. Malloy, Cheraw; and by Druggists generally throughout the Unit ed States and Cauadas. Aug. 1. 1S50 3t CT Persona who adverti. in the nevspaacra h,l,l iuserfaotti; otherwise they oftea forget and lettuT.a vS&t"0'1 r?tt looer th" aweary." when .hi fcrfVeaaesU b settled, ther 1 goaiethinir L!ku coit. And when aa article is 4erte4 IforsaU 7w 2 is ou.thaltler should attendto UkhU the ater, beei, it .aIs tha raaiert f af XV ANTED, an intelligent boy aa an apprentice to the above business. July 20, 1S.30. y FOR SALE, At the lowest Market Prices, 40 Hhds. New Crop Molasses, 1200 sacks Salt, 5000 bushels Alum Salt, 9000 lbs. Cotton Yarn, Oanaburgs and brown Sheetings. With a general atck of articles in the Grocery line. JN'O. D. WILLIAMS. Fayetteville, Feb. 1:3.1850. WASHINGTON HOUSE, Chesnut St. above Seventh St., PHILADELPHIA, IS central, in the immediate vicinity of the most important public Institutions, the best and most fashionable places of business, and the attractive public Squares of the city. In the important requisites of liht and ventilation, two principal objects aimed at in the recent en largement and thorough improvement of this House, it is not exceeded, perhaps, by any es tablishment in America. To strangers, there fore, its position is peculiarly desirable. The Subscriber returns thanks to his friends and the public for the liberal patronage they have ex tended to hiin. and assures them that he will endeavor to merit a continuance of their favors. A. F. GLASS. June 15, 1S30 590-2m SPRING GOODS. 18 5Q, JAMES K1TX-E Has just received a large -general assortment of Among which are, Superior embroidered and printed Lawns, Ginghams and Calicoes, Brocade and figured Silks, Plain and striped ditto, Swiss and Jaconet Muslins, Plain and striped Muslins, Thread and Bobinet Lace and Edgings, Lace Caps, some very superior, Superfine black and other Cloths, Ditto Cassimeres, Merino ditto, French Cashmere Vestings, Irish Linens, Lawns, and Diapers, Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Linen Cambric ditto, Drab-de-ta, French and English, Linen Drilling, Anker Bolting No. 1 to 10, With many other articles, all of which being purchased for Cash by the Package, will be offer ed by wholesale or retail at very low prices. March 30, 1S50. A. McKETHAN Still continues to carry on the CARRIAGE BUSINESS in ail its branches, at the OLD STAND. He re turns thanks for the liberal patronage he has heretofore received, and hopes, by a strict atten tion to business and a desire to give entire satis faction, to merit a continuance of the same. He has on hand a very fine assortment of Carriages, Barouches, Buggies, Rockaways, AND SULIvIES, finished, and a very large assortment of work partly finished, which, for elegance of shape and finish, will compare with any other work. Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and examine the work, as he is determined to sell low for cash, or notes on short time. (X? All work warranted f"r twelve months, and repaired free of charge, should it fail by bad workmanship or matei ial. OCJ- Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, on very reasonable terms. January 10, 1S50. Cheap as possible ! fit 5" The'Subscribers having associated themselves together, would respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they carry on the Saddle and Harness-making on Person street, at Owen Houston's old stand. where they would be glad to receive a share of public patronage. They keep constantly on hand Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Martingales, Whips, &c, made of good materials and by" good workmen. Persons wishing any thing in their line will please examine their articles before pur chasing elsewhere. Prices moderate. CCJ- REPAIRING neatly executed and at short notice. O. HOUSTON, XV. OVERVY. Aug. 11, 1S49. ly. SECOND STOCK. State of X. Carolina Cumberland County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions June Term 1S50. Thomas Avera, William Ennfs and wife, Joel ! Drauglion and wise, Wm. Avera and wile, acd William Avera, vtrsu Lovit Rials, adw'r of Wm Avera, sen., deceased, and John Avera and Henry Avera. Petition for account. It appearing tu the satisfaction of the Court, that John Avera and Henry Avera are not inhabi tants of this State ; it is ordered that publication be made for six week3in the North Carolinian, that they appear at the next term of this Court to be held for the County of Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in September next, and plead, answer, or demur to the plaintiff's petition, or the same will be taken pro confesso, and heard exparteas them. Witness, John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at office, the 1st Monday in June, A. D. 1SG0, and 7-lth year of American Independence. J NO. McLAURIN. July 20, 1S50. 595-Gt State of X. Carolina Cumberland Count-. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions June Term, 1S50. Ann Wilkinson vs. Samuel A. Black. Attachment levied on a negro slave named Harriet, and her two children. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is ordered that publication be made for six weeks in the North Carolinian, that he ap pear at the next term of this Court to be held for the county of Cumberland, at the CotirtHouse in Fayetteville, on the first Monday of Septem ber next, and replevy and plead, or judgment by default will be entered against hirn, and the pro pel ty levied on be condemned to the satisfaction of the plaintiff's recovery. Witnes, John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at office, the 1st Monday in June, A D. 1S50, and 74 th vear of American Independence. J. McLAURIN. July 20, 1S30. 595-6c State of X. Carolina Cumberland County. Coart of Pleas and Quarter Sessions- June Term, 16-30. Colin McRae vs. Samuel A. Black. Attachment levied on a negro slave named Harriet, and her two children. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is ordered that publication be m?de for six weeks in the North Carolinian, that he ap pear at the next term of this Court to be held for the county of Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in Septem ber next, and replevy and plead, or judgment by default will be entered against him, and the pro perty levied on be condemned to the satisfaction of the plaintiff's recovery. Witness, John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at office, the 1st Monday in Jute, A. D. 1S50, and 74th vear of American Independence. J. McLAURIN. July 20, 1S-30. 595-6t State of X. Carolina Cumberland County. Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions June Term, 1S-30. Archibald Graham vs. Samt. A. Black. Attachment levied on a negi o slave named Harriet, and her two children. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, it is ordered that publication be made for six weeks in the North Carolinian, that he ap pear at the next term of this Court to be held for t he county of Cumberland, at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the 1st Monday iu September next, and replevy and plead, or judgment by de fault will be entered against him, and the pro. perty levied on be condemned to the satisfaction of the plaintiff's recovery. Witness, John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court, at office, the 1st Monday in Juie, A. D. 13-30, and 74th vear of American Independence. J. McLAUKIN. July 20, 1S-30. 593-Gt CUT MAILS. W MfTXrrr V R "17 has received aid offers for j . . iAl'J-i -- A sale, cheap, K) kegs Cut iaus ana iiraus. assorted sizes, lor ouuuing. Fayetteville, July 6, 1850. 593-6t PROFESSOR A. C. BARRYS T 11 ICOPH E R OU S OR MEDICATED COMPOUND. Infallible for renewing, invigoratng, and beautifying the Hair, removing Scurf, Dandruff", and all affections of the Scalp, and curtig Erup tions on the skin, diseases of the Glails, Mus cles, and Integuments, and relieving strgs, cuts, onuses, sprains, &cc. W ith this preparation " there is no such word as fail." The frst jour nals in America, medical men of tht highest eminence, prominent citizens of all prfessions, and ladies who have used it for years in their dressing rooms and nurseries, admit rith one accord, that, for imparting vigor, glos luxur iance, and curl to the hair, eradicating L-urf and dandruff, healing wounds, curing coitusions, sprains, tec, anu relieving diseases of 'he skin, the glands, and the muscles, it has 10 emial among me inuimuue 01 compounds adretised in tne public prists, or used in private ractice In cheapness as well as efficacy, Barrv'i Trico- pherous is unrivalled. The immense cas sales of the article, have enabled the inventor t supply il ai reiau ai iweniy-nve cents per bottl, which is from litty to one hundred per cent.ss than the price ot any other preparation no in use. l ne sciennnc ireattse on tne hair and tin (em- uraemg vaiuaDie usrections ior the culure and preservation of Nature's choicest orn ilent,) in which each bottle is enclosed is alone irjrth the money. The affinity between the membratw which constitute the s!sm, and the hair whi4i draws its sustenance from this triple envelop is verv cioe. ah uiseases 01 me nair ongme in the skin of the head. If the pores of the tain are 1 I :ri, 1.1 J t r r ' tiui;cu, ui it me uiuuu aim oiner uuis do not circulate freely through the small vesse which feed the rpts with moisture and impajt life to the fibres, the result is scurf, dandruff,sfceddine- , r a ! : . . i l, i . o oi me uau , rdv uras, anu uaisuness o tie liga ments, and entire baldness, as the cas may be Stimulate the skin to healthful actioDwith the Tricopherou3, and the torpid vessels, rjoverino- a :n t i . . i - ineir acuyuy, wiu aniuniiaie ineaiseat. In ai anections ot tne sum, and ot the sofetrata of muscles and integuments, the process and the eneci are tne same, it is upon the kin the muscuiar nore, ana itu glands, that 1 Trico- pherous has it specific action, and in allTections and injuriesol these organs, it is a iverein remedy. r; OCJ- Sold in large Bottles. Price 25ents at iue principal oiuce, 10 uroaawav, rsewYork-it- c-.. 1 1 . i - - , . . ror oaie uy ui principal Aiercir.f IHave received my second stock of Summer Hats, and am prepared to sell on the most reasonable terms, at wholesale or retail, Boy's and Men's - Panama, Fashionable Brown, Leghorn, do Silk, Tusean, do Moleskin, Palm Leaf, Broad brim, Beaver, 5lc. &c. With a targe assortment of my own manufac ture, of Beaver, Coon, and Wool Hat?. DAVID GEE. May 23, 1S$0. r Our Fall and Winter Stock of ' GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c, Has now come to hand and is ready for nale. Our tock is large, and well worthy the attention of thone wishing to purchase. We will baiter for any kind of country pro- dUCC COOK & TAYLOR. November 3, 1849. 558-tf LOOKOUT FOR THE FASHIONABLE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. CLOTHES THAT ARE CLOTHES. THE undersigned have the pleasure of an nouncing to the Fashionable public, that they have received their Spring and Summer Report of New York and Philadelphia Fashions, and that they are enabled to make up clothing unsur passed in North Carolina. All who are in want of just the thing in the way of a suit of Clothes, are invited to 'call at Graham & Woodward's fashionable clothing establishment, where all kinds of gentlemen's clothing are made to order at short notice, and by the best workmen. You cannot buy ready-made clothes to fit well. Buy good cloth and let us make it up. You will have just what you want, and no mistake. We warrant all work that we make up, as to fit and wormanship. Price cheap, and would always like the cash paid when the work is done. GRAHAM & WOODWARD, West end Hotel Building. June, 1, 1S30. 5SS-3m RIBIT TPT J " has resumed the W JS3LLMrXJ.Gy bookbinding busi ness at the new store next door to. Mr Ueafley. Jeweler, where he will receive and execute binding in any style desired- 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 flutter wheel, or any other wheels now in use for saw mills, we confidently refer lo those who have applied them tw their mills. We can recommend them particularly for their su periority in cases of a low head of water, or back water. XVc still keep a supply of Wheels, suitable for different heads of water, at Wilmington, Nevv bern, Washington, Edenton, and Fayetteville. The wheels may also be had of" E. A. Brevard, 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 &.C0., Fayetteville, N. C. d. McNeill, A. A. McKETHAN. D. J. McALISTER. January 19, 1S50. spring & summEB. GOODS. AREY & SIIEMWELL Would announce to their patrons and the public generally, that they have just received their stock of spring and summer Oar HS J3l& 9 Embracing almost every kind usually kept in the SB'S QS)S 9) to which they most respectfully call the atten tion of purchasers. They return thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore received, and a continuance of the same is solicited of course. North-west corner Market Square, Green st March 23, 1S-30. Classical and. English. This School, situate near the Village of Rockflsb, in Cumberland county, commenced on the 1st day of Novem ber last, and was rather experimental in its origin. But its progress in the different branches of Languages and Mathematics has been such during this first term, that the Trustees feel authorized to recommend it as a useful and flourishing Institution, where boys may be prepared either to enter College, or for any of the ordinary pursuits of life. r A few more pupils may he accommodated, .m.i lrim can be obtained iu the neighborhood at reasonable rates" Tuition for a term of 5 months. $10 15 There will be a vacation of four weeks in July. P. MURPHY, 1 WM. Mc.VllI.LAN. i Trustees. II. MciNEILL. FOR SALE. We offer far sale 3.000 Acres of Land in the County of Robeson. 12 miles north west of the Town of Lumber ton and immediately on Lumber River. This land is situat ed in one of the beet Cotton and Corn growing region of Robeson county, and is well timbered, and wo aid make a Hplendid Turpentine farm. The products can be transport ed by waterand Rail Road carriage to the Wilmington and Georgetown market. As the River divides tbia land into two tracts, to suite purchasers we would sell in that way. For further particular apply to Mr Peter MeLaucblin on the premises or to William C. McNeill sq..in the imme diate vicinity. J. & T. WADDILL. Fayetteville. June 1, 1850. 5S8-tf TIN WARE, At Wholesale and Retail. F. T. WARD, will carry on the Tinning busi ness as hererofore, at the 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, Aet. March 17, 1S49. DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILLS. AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS ! ! THE ENVY OK ALL PILL MANUFACTURERS Because they are safer, better and more effica cious than any others; and because the public will take no others if they, can obtain them. 500;000 Boxes have been sold annually for the last five years, YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE, can always take them with equal safety, without IF PILLS BE NECESSARY for purging and clearing the Stomach and Bowels, and purifying the Blood and fluids of the body, take no others for no other pills produce those combined effects, or contain Sarsaparilla in them EAT, DRINK AND LIVE AS USUAL, and pursue your usual occupation whilst tak ing them, without fear of taking cold, daring ali kinds of" weather. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS are wagered that more genuine certificates (from physicians, Clergymen, Members of Congress and respectable citizens) can be produced of their efficacy than of any others, and TEN DOLLARS will be forfeited in every instance where One Box will not do more good than Two Boxes of any others. FORTY PILLS ARE IN A BOX ! ! and sold at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOX, with directions and much wholesome advice ac companying each box. They have no taste or unpleasant smell, Free from dust or power of any kind, Do not gripe the Stomach or Bowels, Produce no sickness, vomiting or bad feelings, THEY ARE GOOD AT ALL TIMES, And adapted to most diseases common to mankind. DR. N. B. LEIDY, THE PROPRIETOR AND MANUFACTURER, is a regular Druggist, Chemist and Physician, of nireen years experience in Philadelphia; Gra duate of the University of Pennsylvania; Mem ber of different Medical Institutions of Philadel phia, New York, Boston, Baltimore, &c, and associate and corresponding member of several Medical Institutions of London and Paris. Gt3- Principal Depot, Dr. Leidv's Dispensary, No. 114 North FOURTH ST.," Philadelphia and sold wholesale and retail by S. J. Hinsdale, Fayetteville; R. E. Williams, Waynesboro; AVil liams & Haywood, Raleigh; F. Gallagher, Wash ington; and by all Druggist and Storekeepers in the United States. November 24, 1S49. ly FOR SALE. lying principally in Robewn ,Sow' !.CC'd both dides ot Lumber river th. "rrf r,a uniprnt .1-11. OB veys containing over ONF t-ittk-t7,tT z su SAND ACRES; a large TPaiLtED4. and convenient to Lumber river 1 Umh quantity of Timber is now rafted to th! rA a a me oeorcp iuii uwiKi. uieseianas are verv vi., tT both for Timber and Turpentine, for whlch ' pose a large part is well suited, bein in . r, J?' where the Turpentine yields moibiffi; than any other section of the State. The I mil will be sold at n n 1 -"pe lands , " i'4"-c "'u in quantitiQ suit purchasers. to information respecting the title can be obtain n ,bfv.aPP1y,nSt 1I,e "on. Robert Strange, J c Dobbin, Esq., A. A T. Smith, Esq., AttS.y.S fe'nler1 - -SS 0? mof? or Jx! t w,ll be duly authorized to make sale'of tSe slme Jan. ,3.XS49. THOMAS J. CURTIS. jos. sTlrijNN Is prepared to do all kinds of Wheelwright wo,t- wagons. rai-r Hm k the most liberal terms, at his workshop corni of Mum ford and Winsl disposed to patronize him will June 16, 1S49. 53S-tf please call. At December Term of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland county, general Letters of Administration of the Estate of Alex ander C. Simpson, deceased, were granted for ineauDscrioer. All persons indebted to the Estate are notified to make on early payment. Those holding claims, are requested to present them to the Subscriber at this place J. G. SHEPHERD, Adm'r. Fayetteville, Dec. 15, 16G0. 5G4-tf MILES COSTIN, GENERAL AGENT For the sale of all kinds of coun try Produce, such as Lumber, Timber, Naval Stores Corn, Bacon, &c &c. WILMINGTON, N. C. References, P. K. Dickinson, E. P. Hall, Gilbert Totter. John Dawson, July21, 1S49. O. G. Parslev, Dr. Thos. II. Wright, Owen Fennell. A. L. Price, Wilmington, N. C. ARBLE FACTORY. Nearly opposite to E. W. Willkings' Auction Store. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Jan. 30, IS 19 v RockQsh, May 4, 1S50. 5S4-tf. SOMETHING NEW!! Aud the best article known for cleaning ami polishing Brass, Britania, Tin, Glass Sec. Every family will have it when thev know its value. MOUNT EAGLE TRIPOLI. Directions for Use an Jlfetalic Surfaces. Rub the finished surfaces with a little of thp Tripoli on a damp cloth. Finish with a drv fine cloth or wash leather. On Brass, use oil or al cohol; Silver and Gold may also be cleansed and polished with a soft brush, slightly dusted with tne irinoii, ana used drv. For Cleansing Glass Plates or JVindoics. Slightly moisten the cloth for t he Tripoli, with water or alcohol; rub iton llm Ha nH f,,l!,,.- immediately after with a fine dry cloth. For Cleansing the inside of Glass Chimneys fur junips ana tjas nurners . Attach to a stick or wire of sufficient lenerth. a piece of sponge or wisp of cotton, then mnitn with water or alcohol, and add a little of the Tri poli ; this rubbed on the glass will effectually re move smoke, or burnt stains and grease and leave a beatiful lustre. SimpJv rinsinsr in vvatPr completes the process. For sale by S. J. HINSDALE. March 23d, 1S-30. N E W For tlie Manufacture of TIN WARE. The subscriber has commenced the TIN AND SHEET IRON BUSINESS, one door west, of Dip Cape Fear Bank, where he intends to manufac ture TIN WARE of everv descrint inn win oli will he ottered for sale at as low prices as any Establishment in the State. Country Merchants or others wishing to buv to sell again, would do well to give him a call, as he is confident that he can suit them in quality auu Pine. in a iew days he will manufacture some Kakers ot a new pattern, and superior to any ever offered in this place. Call and see them. $3P" jobbijvg r$ Of all kinds, such as making Factory Cans, re pairing Factor Drums, also Roofing, "Gutterinir. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY. Th e Sllflaf?i (mi 1 l-1 r 7 1 t a 1 , - . f !u V,her late A. C. Simpson, (situated oppo .M.ca aiuie,j lnienus carrying on tl je Druggist throughout the U. States aajanaciP and by S. J. HINSDALE, FayettevillN. C. June S, 1S5U 2rrt AYERS' CHERRY PECTOjUL, For sale by S J. HINSaLE Feb'y 16, 1S50. AUtu NEW SPRIjVG & SUMMER GOODS. THE Subscriber is now rweivinchij Km-inn. Kt-b r Goods, selected in Philadeluhia and New Vr.rfc consisting of a well selected assortment of Staple and Fancy Of the latest styles and patterns, of which the following will compofe a part: v.Pl!li-,aJ,dg'i Brages; Silk Tiesnes; plain and ne'd black Mlks; Flowered Silks and Gro. de Rinedos; Linen Luftre; embroided and plain Swiss Muslins; Grenadines Lngheh and Scotch Ginghams; pUin and fig'd Taritons Mourning gooda of almost everv dencrintinn- nl,i. ! printed Jaconets; printed Muslins and Lawns: French English and American Prints. 5 Mending, &.c. &,c, faithfully executed with de spatch and at moderate prices. GURDON F. WEBSTER. Fayetteville, May 1, 1S50. tf. JOHN D. WILLIAMS, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANT, Fayetteville, ar. C. Feb, 2., 1S50. CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS! in all its various branches. and would rn,tri. ly solicit a share of public patronage. Having had considerable experience in the business, and having been employed in some ol the most extensive Establishments in New York and New Jersey, he flatters himself that he can give general satisfaction. He warrants all his work to be made of the Kai",al-the fu"ouing country affords, 7.7 -i'";'iu workmen; and should any of II I I I llf llAr ir wvn-A:-l - . . J . SPRING GOODS. We are now receiving our Stock of Spring a fid Summer Goods, Embracing a great variety of Staple anil Fancy Goods; Ladies' and Misses' TRO V1T17"TC . r,P,,n mens' and Boys' Panama, Leghorn, and'Palm-leaf 1 . . - wmaiismp, in its delivery, he . 1 . - ieie montns from the time of will repair it free of charsre Cd- REPAIRING done in the neatest and best manner, and at the lowest possible prices. p. ... , A. II. WHITFIELD. Fayetteville, Feb'y 2-3, 1S50 574-tf ROOTS, SHOES, &e., FRICES ffer t0 purcha9ers at VERY LOW D. & W. McLAURIN. 5S0-tf April 6, 1S50. MUSCIUITO BARS. W. 3IcINTYRE July 6, 180O 593-t offers for sale il us qui to Bars, 100 pieces. Gentlemen's wear: Veatines. CassimorM riv. r and plain Linens and Drills; CashmereU and Drab-'de-ts- BTuerai assorcment I tteady-mada Clothing, t-.-i Gloves; white iceol'diaee & French wnrfc.1 r.,. .?' . ia Collars; Swiss Jaconet Edcimrs L. In;-.V"uln? white and eol'd Law Muslin Cnrtains; a largel Straw Goods; artifieial Flowers; hem-stiched and 2? rwsi MRan k m Vvwi w.a. z Notice is hereby given that the Bo$ of Su5. lide;l.b & col'd rintinn to th eanital tru-t e ,ut 3 01 I Crane Shawls. t4 fin. mub. h;kC-. " a .r Canton BANK. OF FAYETTEVItlE 27tli Jane, lgf. ' scription to the capital stock of this kept open at the Bank until the 1st d next, on which day the books will be c Uy order of the Board, 2m WM. G. BRO A DFO Feb. JUJUBE PAST 15. For sale by S.' J Will be ac4sandUmb!lL,T;nVrVrr,r'? - P- f Sept. drabandWk median, brim BlrultlRTJi 1 ouLiis anu onuaren 0 Mats; an extensile Mn.n i Shoes and BooU cftha beat mk !7 ?r !0rtmen' lery China and Glassware, an a-nrt!:' Z-?L Kut eeries: Saddlea, Bridles, tUt , Z" " """ l 'ay i Purchasers, to call and examine forthem aelves; they shall have the worth of tfaelr money s. LA1TA. Arfl27, 1850. . mo a. S, Cash'r. JDALE A few bales of Timothy HAY for sale by Julys. 593-tf very superior JNO. D. WILLIAMS. To Colonels of Regiments. By tbe aet of Legislature of 1848. it was made the duty f Colon4s to give ixemt ts under that act, a certificate of exemption. We have supplied several regiments - with blank certificates, and will keep a supply on band at the Carolinian Office. 75 cents per quire. A. M. CAMPBELL, AUCTIONJEEK. r, ' r and v ,.: . Commission 3Iercliant, BUSIJYESS J1GEJYT. The undersigned will attend to such business as the procuring of discounts, renewal of Notes, procuring of northern Checks at either of the Banks in this place, and drawing of Pensions. He 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 w ill 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 any of the merchants in Fayetteville. JNO. M. ROSE. Sept 8, 1S19. 550-tf OLD TOBACCO. 2J B OXES old Tobacco, a fine article, for sale by COOK fc TAYLOK. May 11, 1S50. Ta m m T ISIIM FAYETTEVILLE Fayetteville, BT. C. This large and splendid building has now been in successful operation since May 1S49. The beddingand furniture of all kind is all new, and the rooms convenient and pleasant. The table is always furnished with the best the market affords, aided by a fine vegetable garden. T . Boarders, lodgers, and travellers, will find desir able accommodations, and attentive servant?. No pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction. Families can be provided with large, airy front, double rooms, conveniently and handsomely furnished. ' An experience of 20 years will enable the lessee, she hopes, to give general satisfaction. ANN BROWN. June 1,1650.