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A KING AND A BRICK-MAKER.
A. TALE. A king, near Pimlico, with Nose and State, Did very much a neighb'ring Brick-kiln bate, Because this kiln did votuit nast smoke; Which smoke I can't say very neatly bred, Did very often take it in the head, To blacken the great house, and try the King to choke. His sacred Majesty would, sputt'ring, say, Upon a windy day, " I'll make the Rascal and his Brick-kiln hop Deuce Uke the smoke the sulphur! Zounds! It forces down my throat by pounds iwy mouths a downright blacksmith's shop." One day, he was so pester'd by a cloud, He could not be;.r it, and thus bawl'd aloud, " Go, (roar'd his ?.l y nto a Page Work'd, like a lion, to a dev'lish rage) " Go, tell the Rascal, who the Brick-kiln owns, That, if he dares to burn another brick, Jilack all my house- like soot, --nd make me sick, Til tear his Kiln to rags, and break his bones." Oil set the Pag;, smdfoon his errand told: On which the'liriek maker a little bold, Exclaim'd. "He break my bones, good Master Pae ! lie s :v, m v Kiln sha'nt burn another brick, Because it blacks liis house, and makes him sick! Go Mive my compliments to master's rage, And say, more bricks I am resolved to burn; .And (if the smoke his worship's stomach turn To stop his royal mouth and snout) N i V, more, good page, his M y shall find, I II always take th advantage of the wind, Aud.durn me, try to smoke him out. This was a dreadful message to a king. From a poor ragged rogue that dealt in mud: Yet, though so impudent a thing, The fellow's rhet'ric could not be withstood, Ktifl, as against poor Hastings, Edmund Burke, This Brick-maker went, tooth and nail, to work, And form'd a true Vesuvius on the eye: Thesmoke, in pitchy volumes, roll'd along, liush'd tliro' the royal dome, with sulphur strong, And then, ascending, darken'd all the sky. Thus did this cloud of darkness daily shade The building, for the Lord's Anointed made, And blacken'd it, like Palls, that grace a burying: Tims was this Wan of Mud and Straw employ'd. And at the thought so wicked, overjoyed," Ofstnoking his Liege Sov'reign like a Herring : Of serving him, as we do parts of Swine, Thought, with garden peas, a dish extremely fine. But lo ! this baneful Rogue of Brick, Fell, for his Sov'reign fortunately, sick. And, ne the wretch could please his spleen and pride, Of turning Mnnarchs into IJncon died. 2. rrT The Subscribers would announce to the pub lic that they have associated themselves together under the style and firm of STARI1 & WIL LIAMS, for the purpose of transacting a general wholesale and retail Dry Goods business. In their store may now be seen the lateststyles of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dress Goods in great variety, including a selection of elegant CHENE SILKS, to which they solicit the par ticular attention of the l.-idies. Also, Gro de Rhines, Gro de Swiss, Charnelion, Fullard, Check and black watered Silks; fig'd &. plain silk and linen tissues; w hite satin; barages; lig'd lawns; grenadines and donalouisas; figured,' col'd and embroidered Swiss, jaconet, mull and' checked muslins; Victoria and bishop lawns; pink, blue, crimson and corn-colored tarletons; clicrie, check and brocade poplins ; pink, crim son, white, blue and green fiorences ; polka, Inneand broead bonnet ribbons; belts; cheue scarN and neck ribbons; black silk lace; French worked and Saratoga collars; lace capes; wrought sleeves; wristletts and elastic culls; mourning sleeve culls and collars; chantilla, Canton-crape", and other shawls ; a superior article of Alexan der's white, black and col'd kid gloves; twisted -silk and long-armed mitts ; embroidered chimi setts; mus'in, blond, Swiss, wove and thread edgings. FOR GE.YTLEJUEJWS WEAR: Black, brown, forest-green, blue, and olive Cloths; black and colored Drab d'Etes; French doe skin and summer Cnssimeres; white and checked Linens; Italian cloth and cashmeret, for summer coats; satin, silk and Marseilles vesting; gentlemen's cravats aud scarfs, a new and beauti ful article. A large assortment of fashionable BONNETS, worth lrom r0 cts. to jjs. Misses' and boys' fashionable summer Hats and Bonnets in great variety. Panama, double and migle brim Leghorn and palm-leaf HATS; fash ionable mole-skin, beaver, brash, coney, angola, and other Hats; traveling and common trunks; umbrellas and parasols, with a large stock of French calf BOOTS; ladies', gentlemen's, misses' and infant's Gaiters, Shoes and Slippers. We respectfully invite those purchasing goods in this market, to give our stock an examination. J. M. Williams' old stand, Hay street, nearly opposite the Fayetteville Hotel. J V J. M. WILLIAMS, J. B. STARR. Fayetteville, March 20, ISoi GOODS . AREY, 8HEMVVELL & CO., Are now receiving direct from New York and Philadelphia, their spring and summer Goods, embracing every article w hich is usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. They would call the at tention of the ladies in particular to their very handsome stock of DRESS GOODS, which have been selected with the greatest care by one of the firm, and w hich will compare, in quality, styles and prices, with any in the mar ket. They will not enumerate, as they have such a variety ; and would say to the ladies that they have no Jenny Lind goods, but would re spectfully solicit a call to see the goods and hear their names. To the gentlemen thev would say that they have the han Jsoinf-st stock of Cloths, Cassimeies and Vest i rigs that have ever been ex hibited in this market. Give us a call. Also, a large assortment of ladies', gentlemen's :nd children's ROOTS and SHOES, and a beauti ful lot of Parasols aud Umbrellas, together with a general assortment of CANTON CKAPC " , white and cold; summer Vizites and Mantilla?; lace and muslin Capes, Collars and Culls; mourning and second inournii)"- ditto So -ar. Cotlee, Tea, Spice,, &.-. March 2, l.0. Nkw Sprung Goods. The Subscriber is now receiving his SPRTVr .AND SUMMER , KING Stock of Goods, :U from the New York f Alil-tnfl f ir 1 1 ITT- - ' . . . .v,u.. nie xNew York and Philadelphia markets, consisting of a gener-al , ........ ..r f nr on t- Kotrat as- SILK GOODS. An'Z-. and imported staple 7 wM i c Hats, Caps, Shoes and Boots; straw Goods a great variety; men's, boy's and youth'sdo. Also, fashionable mole-skin Hats; summer do.; Um brellas; Parasols and Shades; Hardware; Cutlerv; China, glass and crockery Ware; ready-made Clothing; all of which goods I will sell verv TnP a W,I wi prompt when called upon. And I wou d sv tX ti,n..L. ..... . . buy for cash, that thev .h Jl i " lu . u Ji rhoi P m-tAr T f-w-. in. lit I y . goods if I have to sacrifice the " YJ vise buyers at least to call afcj '"' h V, uld ?d" on. My stock is large and weRed ' ' Arril 5, 1H1 642-St W' S' ATTA. j WANTED. J A good Carriage Painter will find steady em ployment and good waes. bv applrinsr imme- Fayetteville, April 12. tf NEW GOODS. The subscriber is now receiving a great van'- 6 SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, i suitable for ladies, gentlemen, boys, girls and children, newest and latest styles, from the I aown at' the head to the sole of the foot. A general stock of GROCERIES, Hardware I and Cutlery ; coopers', carpenters', smiths', and 1 turpentine Tools ; new style of Ploughs; Corn onciicris, oiurt Lim-is, crockery ana uiass Ware, Iron, Steel aqd Nails. 2-3 bbls. Baltimore super-fine Flour. P. TAYLOR, Husks s building, Green st. 4t April 5, JS51. The subscriber having qualified as Executor to the Estate of Mrs Henrietta A. Campbell, at watiu lam, isai, oi me court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland county, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Estate to maKe immediate payment; and all having claims against the same to present them within the time prescribed bv law. or thia ...n t. I i . - ' . ' t.v.wi. -till sG j pleaded in bar of their recovery. , M. V. JONES, Executor. March 10, 1851. FOR SALE, une set saw mill gearing, including an excel- cut iuS L-nain ana cranK. Apply to April r. G33-tf M. V. JONES. Pure Linseed Oil, from Salem, N. C. A few barrels, in excellent order, just receiv ed and for sale by April 5. G33-3t B. ROSE & SON. Wheeler's Histoiy of JVot tli iyai'OIlIta. '1 he undersigned has been appointed General Agent for Col J. H. Wheeler in the 7th Congressional District, and wishes to appoint sub-agents in each of the counties of Kobeson. Columbus, Eladen, Brunswick, Te Hanover, Sampson, Duplin and Onslow, "and asks that applications be made to him immediate ly. M he Work goes to press in August, and the price will be one Dollar per volume, and consist ing of two volumes. . JOHN M. ROSE. April 5, 1351. 632-tf Slate of N. Carolina Cumberland County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions March Term, 1851. Thomas J Curtis versus Robert Cochran. Attachment. Levied on an improved lot in the Town of Fayetteville. It appearing to the court that the defonrtar. Robert Cochran, is notan inhabitant of this State, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the North Carolinian for six successive weeks, notifying him to be and appear before the Jus tices of our Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, at a Court to be held for the County of Cumber land at the Court House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in June next, and"replevv & plead, or judgment final will be entered up against him, and the property levied on condemned to the satisfaction of the plaintiff's claim. Witness, John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court at oflice in Fayetteville, the first Monday in March, A. D. 1S51. J. McLAURIN. pr adv $3 25. G32-Ct FRESH SPR1NK GOODS E. Za, & J- Pemberton Have removed to Mr T J Curtis's new Building, on Hay street, two doors West of Mr James' Kyle's where they are now receiving a complete assortment of SILK AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Consisting of every style and description of La dies Dress Goods, from a 10 cent Lawn or Mus lin to a $.- Silk, Canton Crape Shawls; Broche anil iace do: sup r black Silk Lace Mantillas; a large lot Lace Capes, from S'l to s ; emb'd Lace Sleeves; French Worked Collars and Cuffs; black arid white Thread Lace Veils; Cambric and Swiss Muslin Trimmings; Thread Laces- iinneu ana uotton unto ; i'laid, Swiss and Jacon et Muslins; plain and fig'd Tai Itans ; sup'r emb'd Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Table Covers; emb'd Muslin Curtains; Furniture Dimity; a' beautiful assortment Dotted Muslins; Linen Sheetings; Pillow-case Linens; Table Damask; Toweling, &.c. FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR; Black, green, brown and olive Cloths; Drap D'Efes; bl'k and col'd French Cashmerets, for coatings; plain and check Linen do.; plain and fig'd Linen Drillings; bl'k and fancy Cassirneres; Silk aud Marseilles Vestings; Cravats and Scarfs' &-c. ' A beautiful lot fihioti ib' 'e bonnets : Misses' Flats and other styles. Panama other styles Summer Hats. Leghorn, and ALSO 8 cases fashionable I f ATS, of the Genin and Beebe styles; Umbrellas and Para sols; Travelling Trunks; Hand do.; Carpet Bags and Satchels; Oil Window Shades. Wall Paper ings; Screen ditto. a large siock ot common and French Calf Jioots: Congress Waiters; Patent Leather ditto Ladies' fine Philadelphia made Slippers and Gai ters; Misses' ditto: Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves of a very superior quality, &c. Making, altogether, one of the best stocks of Goods ever offered by us in this market, to w hich we invite the attention of all who wish to pur chase. E. L March 2), 1S51. & J. A. PEMBERTON. 31-tf millBIDWillBIB II. BRANSON & SON Are opening one of the largest assortments of LOCKS ever offered in this market; among which are; white mineral knob silver-mounted Rim Locks: colored mineral knob Rim Locks several patterns; Rim, Cupboard, and Closet Locks, various styles; Stock Locks; a great variety; Pad Locks, 20 different patterns; a heavy stock of Knives and Forks, some rer fine; 25 doz. Pocket Knives, assorted; Hooks and Hinees wrought and cast Butts; w ood Screw s; Planes and' Plane Irons; Sadirons; Shovels and Tongs, as sorted qualities; Augers, Chisels, Hammers, Hatchets, hand Axes; 20 dozen chopping, timber and turpentine Axes, from the best manufac turers; long and short handle Pans; Shovels Spades, and manure Forks. ' Cd-Call and examine our Stock, North side Hay street, near Market Square. March 29, 1S51. i nr. ateatner Chatham n-ni i . every Monday and Thursday atVcLckY M inrj9t ;Pf-': combing at 7 o'clock Monday loth "mat Wilmington, every Tuesday and W , "V IflWlA 1 o'clock P.M. JNO. D. WILLIAMS, Agent Cape ear Steamboat Co Fayetteville, March 8, 1651. 62 J.E.BRYAN HAS REMOVED to Hardie's Building, on Person street, second door from Market Square, and is now receiving direct from New York, a large assortment of CTEOT GOODS, Carefully selected to suit the wants of the peo ple of this community. His stock consists of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Ladies' dress Goods, a variety, '25 cases Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Misses' Gaiters, half Gaiters, Boots and half Boots, of a dozen different styles. ! Gentlemen's finest Calf Boots, enamelled Con gress Boots, &.c. A large lot of ready-made Clothing, Coats, Coatees and Frocks, from 1 to $12, Pants and Vests of every variety, Eur, Silk, Panama, Leghorn and Straw Hats, of latest fashions, Alboni, white chip, French hair lace, white crape, and other Bonnets, Misses' lace and assorted crape Bonnets, &.c. Hardware, pocket and table Cutlery, Trunks, Umbrellas, Baskets, Buckets, Pails, Brooms, Mats, &.c. Saddles, Bridles, Whips and Collars, Blacksmiths' Tools, Iron, Steel and Nails. GROCERIES. 25 bags Rio and Laguira Cofiee, 10 boxes cheap Tobacco. Crushed, loaf, clarified, and brown Sugars, aait, jvioiasses, Slc. 009 medium priced Cigars, French Brandy, Madeira and Port Wine, and Monongahela Whiskey. To all of which he would invite the attention of ouyers generally and his friends and custom ers particularly. Fayetteville, March 22, 1S51. G30-tf IMPORTANT INVENTION. THE subscriber having bought the right for this county, ofWaitman Davis' Patent Self Setter for Saw Mills, gives notice that he is now pre pared to Manufacture aud put in successful operation this machine. He claims the following advantages over the old mode of Saw ing : First One hand can tend the mill and saw as much Lumber in one day as two hands can ac complish. Second By a pecul lar arrangement of the dogs it w ill saw one fifth more lumber from the same stock. Third The Mill is not stopped until the log is sawed up. After the log is once dog'd the dogs are not moved, and the Lumber is of one uniform thickness. One of these machines can he seen in operation at Mr McLauchlin's Mill in tnis town, wno gives it the following recom mendation. H. G. HALL, Fayetteville Foundry. A Model can be seen at the Fayetteville Foundi'3'. March 15, 1551. G20-tf Fayetteville, March 11, 1S51. I hereby certify that! have one of W. Davis improvements on Saw Mills in use on my mill, and so well convinced am I of its utility, that in my opinion it requires only to be introduced to be put in general use by mill owners. I therefore cheerfully recommend its use to all Saw Mill owners who would regard their own interest. ARCH'D. McLAUCHLIN. FOR THE REMOVAL & PERMANENT CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM. Among the many and important discoveries of mis generation, is one whose fame will be writ ten, as with a sunbeam, in the history of the past. SAND'S SARSAPAR1LLA stands forth alone, and by its own works proclaims its power that mute eloquence so irrisistibly 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 the facts 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 simples 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, has given it an exalted character fur nishing as it does, evidence of its own intrinsic value, and recommending it to the afflicted in terms the afflicted only can know. It has long been a most important desideratum in 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 effe.crs upon the vital powers of the system. Although posessed of powerful healiir-' properties, it is entirely harmless, and will not injure the most delicate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect is produced by its use, except an increase of appetite; but when disease is seated 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 suffetingand diseased. SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES Winchester. Ky., Oct, 1S10. A. B. &, D. Sands Gentlemen: I would not have presumed to write to you. if it was not duty to let the public know the almost mi lous effect your Sarsaparilla has had upon me My limbs were covered with ulcerous sorP ' tnai i couia not waiK aurmg the whole Sprint and Summer. In this situation I commenwri !.- use of your Sarsaparilla, and after takin-r bottles was entirely cured. I must also fpll of another wonderful cure. My brother was afflicted with this scrofula in his" head, so bad his physician told him the loss of his sight was ineviiaoie, anu permanent oiindness 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, BENJ. F. BUCKNER. Forsaleby S.J.Hinsdale, Fayetteville; by Dr. A. C. Evans & Bro., Wilmington ; by p p Pescud, Raleigh ; by Dr. A. Malloy, Cheraw and by Druggists generally throughout theUnit ed StatesandCanadas. Feb'y S, 1S51 3m FOR 11ENT, A comfortable-Dwell 1 11 IT, TlencaTi ly situated on Rowan street. For terms apply at this office. wmm mm JAS. G- AND HAIR DRESSER, PAYETTEVILLli, N. C, Still serves the public in the above line, at his shop in tlie Fayetteville Hotel. WANTED, an intelligent boy as an apprentice to the above business. July 20, 1S50. y Still eontinues 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, Hockaways, AND SUL.KIES, 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 tin short time. QCf All work warranted for twelve months, and repaired free of charge, should it fail by bad workmanship or matei lal. CCF Repairing faithfully executed at short no tice, on very reasonable terms. January 19, 1S50. NEW GOODS AND MEW STORE. The subscribers having associated themselves together for the transaction of a general mercan tile business in the tow n of Fayetteville, under the name and style of J. T. COUNCIL & CAIN, respectfully inform their friends and the pub lic generally, that they have taken the stand for merly occupied by Jas. M. Williams, north side ot Person street, (nearly opposite the Cape Fear Bank,) where they are receiving a large stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, HOLLOW-WARE, Crockery, Glass, and Japan Ware ; Boots and Shoes, a good assortment; Hats and Caps; Bon nets; Coffee; Sugar; Liverpool, Alum, and Blown Salt; Iron; Nails; Mackerel and a few Connecti cut River Shad; Crackers; SADDLERY AND READY-MADE CLOTHING, and in fact every thing usually kept in a dry goods and grocery store. Call and you can be suited, both in price and quality of goods. Also, a good assortment of LIQUORS: French Brandy; Porter; Port, Maderia, and Malaga Wines; Gin, Rum, &c. The above goods were bought at the lowest cash prices, and w ill be sold cheap tor Cash, or on time to punctual customers, or exchanged for produce of all kinds. J. T. COUNCIL, Sept 7,1850. tf .R.S.CAIN. v. GOOD! Our Fall and Winter Stock of GROCERSESj HARDWARE; &e., Has now come to hand and is ready for sale. Our stock is large, and well worthy the atten tion of those wishing to purchase. 0C? We will barter for any kind of country produce. COOK & TAYLOR. Aug. 31, 1S50. f.OI-tf MARBLE FACTORY. 4& Nearly opposite to E. W. Willkings' Auction Store. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Jan. 30, 1849 v ENC0URAG E S outlier n Bleclianics. The subscribers respectfully announce to the citizens of Fayetteville and the surro nding country, that they have commenced the Carriage Making- Bsisiu ss, at the old stand, formerly occupied bv S mpson &. McLauchlin, (one door below A. A. Mc Kethan's,) where they are now prepared to manu facture to order all kinds of RIDING VEHI CLES, from a Sulkey or Buggy, to a nine passen ger Coach; which, for style and durability, shall not be surpassed by any establishment in the place. jneynope by a strict attention and a desire to please all who may with a call, to merit a share of the ronage. to business, favor them public pat- REPAIRING neatly executed at short notice, and at lower prices than any other estab lishment in the place. THOMAS V. WHITE, it -it u JUN1US B. RABOTEAU. Fayetteville, Feb 2'2, 1S51 tl SPRING GOODS McKETHAN ijrig y$?f itS , i toi rSn have "ceived, in part, and by the 20th instant expect to have in Store, their entire stock of SPRING GOODS, embracing id most every variety of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR Also, 8,000 pr. SHOES, assorted ; S5 Cases Angola, Silk and Fur HATS 190 doz. Palrn Le.f, Leghorn, & Panama Hats Straw and Florence Bonnets, a larre stock Umbrellas & Parasols; Buttons, Combs etc., etc. UIU8 Sheetings and Yarns always on hand, at lowest Factory prices. ...nesi ande" MiPectfol' s-ited to call March 15, 1S51. Sl E. J. LILLY. 620-Sw I 11 AVE just received from New York, my FAJLLf AND WIXTEIt Stock of Goods, consisting of a general assortment of . , Dry Good-3, Groceries, Hard ware, Cutlery, &c. I will Barter for TURPENTINE, or any kind of Produce. N. KING. 10 miles North of Fayetteville ' Nov 23, 1S50. 613-tf JOS. S. DUNN Is prepared to do all kinds of Wheelwright work wagons, carts, drays, barrows, plows, &c, on the most liberal terms,, at his workshop, corner ofMumford and Winslpvv streets, where persons disposed to patronize him will please call. June 16, 1849. 53S-tf ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. HOUSTON & OVERBY Saddle, Trunk Harness-makers, South side Person sl., 5 doors east of Cape Fear Bank, Respectfully return their thanks to their friends and the public generally, for the liberal share of patronage they have received, and hope by steady application and strict attention to business, still to merit a continuance ka-.(VVS- ot the same. In addition to their former stock, they have just received from Baltimore and New York, a new supply of Saddlery, Hardware, Skirting and Harness Leather, hog and sheep Skins, Saddle Bags, Carpet do., hog-skin horse and mule Col lars, Port Folios and hand-Trunks. They have now on hand, and still continue to manufacture, I ladies and gentlemen's Saddles, boys do., bridles and martingales; silver, brass, and Japan mount ed carriage Harness ; do. buggy and sulky do.; Pope &. Frazier's self-adjusting Pad-Trees; with a good assortment of Whips of every description. We invite our friends and the public to call and examine our work before purchasing elsew here, as we will sell the above-named articles as low as they can be bought in any establishment in this place. Having had 2S years experience in the business, we flatter ourselves with the hope that we can give satisfaction to our customers. All work done by us warranted for any reasonable length of time. $5- Prompt attention paid to repairin' saddles, bridles, harness, &c. Sept. 14, 1S50. v We will give 100 reward for a negro man named HANNIBAL, if delivered to us at Halifax Court House, Va., or $50 reward if secured in jaii in Fayettev ille, or any other jail, so that we get him again. The said negro man Hannibal is about five feet hih, rather a brown complexion. He has a scar over one of his eyes, and has one or two of his front teeth out. About 28 years of age. We will give the above reward to any per son who will secure the said negro so that we ;et him again. POINDEXTER & EDMONDSON. Sept. 1-1, 1S50. 003-tf W. MeLAU SilN TTAVE received, and ilFall and Winter trad re receiving, for the e : tine VV ool- ved fil'L- uiwvw,, ome, green, and b ue Cloths? r-.a; meres ; Jeans ; Sattinets- ICersevs, Rlanket- Hats; Ronnets; Shoes; Umbrellas, &c., with a uenerid variety of Fancy and Staple Drv Goods which we request purchasers to examine, being confident that our prices will be perfect v sat isfactorv. Sept. -2S, IS.'iO 60 5 -tf MANUFACTORY. I r7. !,s"lIer having taken the Establish sue VV.McIntyre's store,) intends carrying on t he CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING BUSINESS in all its various branches, and would respectful ly solicit a share of public patronage Having had considerable experience in the business and having been employed in some of 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 best material the surrounding country afford and by experienced workmen? and should any of itfail, either ,n material or workmanship, in twelve months from the time of its delivery he will repair it free of charge J m- REPAIRING done in the neatest and best manner, and at the lowest possible prices ..:. A'- WHITFIELD. - "to y loOO, 57.4 -tf. REGULAR LINE. The Cape Fear Steamboat Cotnna I" 01 IT rr t t a ii on.-iin.nsi win run regularly between Wil- mington and Fayetteville," commencing Sil2' h, -f-'-ving Fayetteri on Mon- Monday and Thursday at o'oVfock . f """J arriving at Wilmington 1 1 the cars next mornTng at 0 Xcian,VrnJitake Wilmington on TueJays znavZty p. m., giving passengers bv the cars wh Jn rive at Wilmington at 1 o'clock daflv 1 tunity to take the Boat to Farttetifc PPr" The Steamer GOV. GRAHAM w-fi u Boats belonging to the liilf?' the Tow ion with the Chatham maHn connex- the above arrantnV rl l?y. rel. upon the necessary 18 noPefl at the rangement will h ,,,ut-u'reu this ar- rne: otheriVu V,. ?,7 an '"eased pat tnined by theComn... i.?.l p.T??ll)V be .:it ... . t " continuance of i"i -Ll"c" VVUI l to a dis- ivn r 'VV' .running. JNO. d. wir.rjiMo a..... iape t ea Fayetteville, Jan'y 25, 1S50. Cape Fear Steamboat Co. 622-tf BEWARD.. e-r. E. S. HORBSy Commission Mercliant and , -FORWARDING AGENT, Ami Dealer in Groceries. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. March S, 1S51 y - I H W. p. MOOKE eofTarTeJ E. L. & J.Aqp.mber XitXi .MVsti ceived a large assortment of h has Jast-- Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Bonnets, Hats, Shoes, &c, &c. 7uJ Wch he invite, the attention of fam ilies, and the public srenevsllv Iam c j W. F. MOORE. March 29, 1SS1 631-tf CANDLES! CANDLES! ' .,, uol-"l'ei uaving purcnased the "Fav etteville Candle Factory," is prepared to moS best cadfS, and solicits the patronage ofhoil I ha cnK. i : . . 0 KavTT v UIUU1U. A. Cll-tf M. CAMPBELL. Nov. 9, 1S50. A. M. CAMP R E hi AUCTIONEER, 9 J22VD 9 Commission Merchant FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. VERTICAL WATER WHEEL. There are several hundred of these wheel's in in ojeratioii in different counties in Ni ith Ca rolina. For proof of their great advantage oxt't the common flutter wheel, or any other wheels now iu use for saw mills, we confidently refer t0 those w ho have applied them te their mills. We can recummenn mem particularly for their su periority in cases of a low head ji" water, or buck water. We still keep a supply of Wheels, suitable for different heads of w,ler, at Wilmington, New bern, Washington, Edenton, and Fa etteville The wheels may also be had of E. A. Erevan' 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., Fa etteville, N. C. d. McNeill, A. A. McKETHAN. January 19, 1S50. Fayetteville 9 i. . V This large and splendid building ha? now hren iu Miicfssiiii oeration sir.t e ji:,v l&JO, bedding and furnituie of all kind is all i.'.m i lie , said tne rooms convenient and nlcf.s::nt The t;:ble is Iwas fninish with :P 1,, the market iJioids, garden. ided by a line vef; tuLIe hoarders, lodgers, and travellers, w ill fi,1( (?fi,. i;b!e nccoii.n.cdut ion, t-nd :.ttei:tie s, j yl ro pains will be spred to give entii e sati.l; xiu.h 1 amihes can be provided u ith large, nirv li rit double rooms, conveniently and l.Ci;dsi tM lv furnished. J An experience of 20 years will enable il e lessee, she hopes, to gi ve generrl satisfactit n T , ,cr AKN EE OWN. June 1 , 1S50. TIN WARE AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL. WARD'S Old established Ti n A-. Slipr-t. iron Ware Mi anufactm v Is Hemoved To ike south-east corner 0f Market S attar fi. " ' ready with the necessary machinery and materials for making Factory Brums n ml CaiiF, and ,o do all kind of work for Factories; also Hoofing, gutlering, and alj kinds of JOBBING done on short notice, & by experienced workmen. A constant supplv of Tin krrt , i. j wholesIeand re'taii. Counti ' 1 pedlars can he .supplied at the very , west prices Sept o.O T. WARD. Sgt. ' w, .JZZ. J. .6 . I?. Eookbi w. K A 11 15 I R rai i i i,lirjr business in il,. t i I i -. . ceive and execute landing itl a,,y 8tlf. j;' PROVISKWjSTORE. MURPHY & PHILIPS v o c. VJ ine fOSt effice,) inform their friends and have opened a Store ... the public that they whpi-e tlioi- ...,... . the Wasron l art! row, J '"""u lo KeP a constant sjpply of GROCKIUKS AND EATABLES ?JrcMlrrili&.wi,ich,tey "p THOS. R. MURPHY Feb'y 1, JSol. PHILIPS. JL H K RO W T. 1 r i " " m. i jr SAL.OOJV, OR Ti N pin ALLEY. open for the amusement oj - Is genUemen who feel 'Trc,se OI all December 21 1&50 " ' 3 j??me- 017-vvy tlVERy STABLE. The subscriber informs the public that keeps HORSES and VEHICLES hU, lu4 is prepared to furnish conveyances to neighboring towns and villages. His stock is good, and dri vers careful. He will also board horses at mod erate prices. Applv to . J: W. POWERS, Agr., Vho also keeps a good supply of GROCERIFS" of the best quality. A few Boarders can be ac commodated, with or without lodgine bv an pi&"?!9.i95o. tf J' vv' ftrEkp MERCHANTS' LINE. Person ilt lC t0 .h-e 8hP'ng public. dim ieir ?ods wil1 be brought up with dispatch, and at the very lowest rates of freight. a k3m A. W. STEEL, President. T. S. LUTTERLOH, Agent at Fayetteville. 026-tf Feb 22, 1S31