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t-.i3a.tba CaaatUaUeB.aat lit X-aae
1 i. caardUae af ir L-kcrii.
Thnrvdaft Aujul SI.
rrnmk miyxiy af WnrUr.tr. af ck
VjJ caaaty w.3 ha ireuirrd oa Tevwdsy af
a rtt Omb'T Coast, to elect Cra iia aria
J Paida KAeaes, I ftxh tba head, af tbt
,ead.-eWf i 1-eTpe.ra.
Astitu. Jos Sarao, Sea.
Wiin er t Serosa Daui.Qei.s-
The teewtMl regtet af U S. D.r,owa.
a.ef tbt eot&tataj af C4.Tif f,in4
pUlinfasfrh taTria. fro Nturi.i
tnchet ( ihe Siih kit. TU CLw:f!t
styt that he j aft u I iusIm il t aa A,
toaia tie LViar.
U t leant thai orders have beta reeeie
ed st Fort Mr Henry. (Oalaaaere.) f
J! ejae Rirfft4J to htdj Lit tnrunjr ef
mounted artery reed ta prarrttl at t
a.ometit' warning to lie Soath eef pot
d to be U Texas.
afacxrrsc Tlttstim. 1 he jxvit ef
the lint bctweea Iew York tad Phlla
delphia bate bee planted at far vp a
L bu a centre to the former ritjr, and aotnt
eonsii'eralle prof rea las bee made in
New Jersey. It it roobmrdated to
b - Tml District, tba Ilea. JaaM Gi
t, .frctaJ eee Otagataa, by a m--7 a t8 '
fa the fcaad District, the Uua. D. M. Bar
pWhig. to re-tlcrtej by a mjonty af S
Mi Charles FkaW, IVtoeeret. -
la the Third District, David 8. Reid, Deaae, is
wry certainly elected ow UclUlaa, Whig.
grai 103 ahead, ad Rorkinghaaa jet la hear
, at but w hae teraivej aAlificwal re-
( fr (tx Cvi"A a'l clrctioa ia this ststa,
tV tbey aaa aat yet coate. We aafaaa J,rt tie Uflf ia pefili'jtt uhin atxtj
at la an &a 6dl Man in ar arit mmi ia ! dar a.
awaa nave, fwL&a &a (jQimiaf aa tba
Fm tla Kacaedrr.
Editor: There art tiet ia tlis
rreirial apLrrt -f ourt, ia alurh inno
rent pleaure mit to durallt as inprrtf
ea our aainda, l!at iht caret, trotbJea and
tieiaaiutdta if lift cannot cflect lie n
jreea apota oa iht aaatt of meniorj ta
wbieb art oftea turn UU 1easrt and
dcJijht. And tUa jIeaarc ia tht ntort
enhanced ia proportion to Uie Cery ardeah
art bat puard through, which all oug
kind bare ia a greater or I rat degret ci
perieoced. Human lift nat bt atlmit
led to be a chequered aeene of good and
rriL and periapt it it beat that it o ;
for if it were uherwUe, our impet. our
aetrrt ana our aapirttiont would be cir
enrarrrtbed bj the narrow boendariet of
thit world. Out I am philotophiaiog,
tba which nothing wat farther fron my
intention when I ftrat tuok up toy grey
goote quill, that oitghty Jaairaioeiit of
' Woman, lovely wrman. thou hut thar
ed the praiaetof immortal verte; thou haat
been tht t'temt or iHuttnmit oralort and
phdntophert; rrea theeynie haaconfeaa
ed thy influence ia deapue of all hie self
denying philoaophy. tvtiat can I My
that bat not already been etid or tunc in
Teaaewee-rew retyma bat Vaaa aW "htlf I I wtll. ho we. er. betlow my
Hat taaa tba ebdiaa ia Taaiaaj-.. Ia tba f uommv m "
amura aumuiaw iu aci. ui iiiuc i hit
approbation etcilet to deede of f me and
renown.' Without thee we thotrfd be like
a etately veee on the broad ocean, with
out biecze or vail Id watt it to die wUhed
for haven. But to the euhject Ntt fifiy
milea from the beautiful and roa antic vil-
U lh FMUta Dialnrt, Ga. AlfrrJ Dorlrry b
kdal ar Wank by a very brra BMay.
Ia tba Ttftk DUrfat, Jaawt C DuLUa, Drma.
m (fervd M BaacLtoa by a ijoriry af WOt.
It tba Kith Dtotrirt, the Kce. Jaaara McKay,
DraM, b axbfted by a C4KMikral4e aaajorhy
la tfca ficica Dbtrir tba Ika. X.B.I. Daa
itiDnaa, b ta alerted avar Bl, Wkig,bya
U tha Ifhtb Diatnc. Ueary & CWi, IVomk
iitkcted evae DaaaaO, Whig.
Ia tba Kintb DUtriel, CaL Aaa Bim Daa, b
afarvJ bt a aaaab awioritr fff Outkw. Whit.
tba DrmocraU have ail aal tba M'biga raaaa.
ant Caapaaaoaal atatrirt, Jobaataa, Draa. baa
hum ra-elrrW; and ia Iba amal aatlbirl dta
tK lUawe. Catkt tad Cr Jake, bath Whiae
snijsl t arretli ttiri t!tf ka tr
2et; fov!J it Lerrif-rr LoJ a t&oie io-
pmmf pait aa trpa ti enttaterHrU tf
ame, n au be ufcirUed fr ta ucreaaet
baaart to de tate tad Uct ef him a ba
rhnauaed Lie irvitr ret. 71c
N. D. C!t!ty waalJ we tiv the taraa
f aa a a eS deer wg tie amiling atCra
gea of tla ladiet, but enfot tuaatrly (m thia
muUdtc.) Ve aae af tie niietuy oaea af
4i, -Lit eaerit tt aalr eanalledbv kit
axtJeety, and La bat Utahingly refueed
DR. Jai E. Smltti, iuai u U
, tttMrtf etrlaclT 4ur af k
ftirmM. i&tm km annas aa (U aO.I, aaJ
a BaOWr men tar caa.
Tba UUaff afffal dkt.Wbif Volea readrra it
aaire Ibaa prababk that Brow a, tba Democratic
candidate foe 0neoe haa beca aWtod; and dial j jna 0f Oxford, there are tOe of.theie
party aba win probaUy bare a nabrity fat tba La- Ln?elio beinra that teera itio-dirttre I
tTbe (u&Wiag prearatamit af tba Grand Jury
af Kowaa eaaaty, at the ba AaraaTena of the
Caart, bringa ta pabGe attention a aubct of rrea t
amaeat, aad oat abicb ormanda UM aeriiNM eon
tdermtioa aiid taa inimeJuU and efficient toy
ratwa af aO iatelfigmt and good aeo. Rowan
county it not tba only county ia the auta where
the evil eibta, and where there am eigna of iu
bereaat to a frightful extent. We are eorry to
aay H, but the bet it ao arrrent to every obarr
that it would ba vaia to deny h-that treat
ing by candidatea forofljee b beeoraing more and
mora popular in Orange, and that it baa now be
rome almoct impomUe to command euceeae with
vA it. Aba that it ehould ba ao; and that tem
perance men abould aid in the work of demoraU
utioa ! Yea, that lempcnuica men ho ill aid in
the woikl Aad bow! We Kara beard it re
marked, that drinking men are truer to their
principlea tbaa tba friend of temperance; per
tona who are ia favor of treating will vote for a
aaa because be don treat, but temperance men
it not vote for a man becauee be dore aof treai."
Aad thus by relaxing their prittciplra, land In
eWtiona which have no connexion with politico,)
trmperanr men aid in the triumph of intempe
rance. How lung thia continue! Truly "it
a high time lor the frienda of good order and mo
rality, and for every Patriot, without dwtinction of
party, to come out and put the frown of eondero-
aition upon the practice.?, Tl Grand Jury of
Rowan have art an example worthy of imitation.
Hear what they aay.
', Auguat Seesione, 1845.
WE, the Grand Jurort ff Rowan, Pre
ent, That the most of the businest
brought before ue during thit Term, hat
been in consequence of Drunkennei. and
that a treat deal of it hat been occasion
ed bt and through the public treating of
Candidate, for public offices at different
timet and nlacee. conaeauently we cannot
help but view thrpract ce aa an evil, and .
a growing evil, for it ia nianilest to every
one that it ia annanlly becoming worte and
wone, and we cannot help but feel alarm
ed for the good order and morality of the
community at larje, if not for Liberty
taelf. for it hat almoat come to pan that
thoie who' treat the moat are certain to be
elected, consequently thoae who are un
able or unwilling to treat, have no encou
ragement to become candidate, at they
are almost invariably defeated no matter
what their qualifications are; and we can
not help but think it is high time for the
friends of good order and morality, and
or every Patriot without distinction of
Pftr, to come out and put the frown of
condemnation upon the practice, and here
after use their influence in endeavoring to
prevail upon alt the candidates to aban
don the practice and trust to their own
nteriu rather than to the merits of the
JNO. McCUCLOCH, Foaaxav.
Ricruta Harris, ; Joum Kooers, .
ButUMiir Fralky, Richard Graham,
Giorqr Wilhelm, Jacob Sktzer.
HlNRT btOOF, . MlCHIAL UOSTIAN,
piNJAKta SVcRLER, (ALER YotT,
9 Henrv Dial. Henry W an elm,
zelio beinra that teem Lie-divrae iW
VajTTatrjTiinenth or am mis
taken. Is it a dream, or is it a realty!
Methinks I hate just ent-rged from a
fairy land, that contains a superior and
mere lovely race of beings than I am wont
to meet in th e cold dull rare-corroding
earth. Kind reader, don't yoa like to
oblee the Ladies! I tuppote you do.
and to do I when I can. But what do
t ou think! I wat lately called on by them
to make a bcccA. Thit wat the first
time in my life that t wat fairly posed.
To make speeches to our peers is indeed
hard work enough; but for me to make a
sneeeh on the wine to a coterie of sylphs
it more, I confess, than nature destined
me to do. If I had, however, supposed
them to be flesh an I blood, like myself, I
would have complied with their request,
though vox harttrat faucibu. 1 ha e,
however, been lately pondering on the
matter, and have come to the conclusion
thai I could make a speech to a certain
one nf ihem,
Whoae lipa are often curled in rosy amilr,
Whoae presence the tciHoue hours beguilea,
Who ailvery voice enchaina the he it,
Anl gtvea an imprtua to Cupid dart-
On a certain surged, which shall be
nameless, but which ran be very easily
gueaeed at. .
During tie bat week, the LHoving
OpiatiMtt were delivered, fix:
By Krrnx. C. J. ia IJirkiaoa.teae
af C oaten . lippitt from New llanotcr.
reverting the joJmei t tad afSroting the
order of the Ciiioty CooiL
Also, ia smith a. lit wl ins, ia Mitr,
from Buncombe, declaring that the injunr
ttoa wat properly rvntinucd to the bear
Also, ia Williamt r.Oalet, from Me k
lenburg ; the judgment of the Superior
Court reversed, and that of Uie County
Court diiomeing the petition, affirmed.
Also, ia Gaihinga v. Williams, from
Montgomery, affirming the judgment be
Also, in gaa r. Sirstnont tt at. ia
Rqoitv. from Raiheifurd, dce trinr the
deeda to the IVfebdant S. fraudulent, and
lite Plaintiff entitled to the Slaves convey
ed ia them, A. -
By Dakiel J. in Buchanan v. Parker,
from Columbus, affirming the judgment
Also, i i Put am v. McGibbony, in
Equity, from Cudfurd, diainiasing the
bill with eoett.
Also," in U-per It. Spsrgin v. Ilamil
Ion St Arm Geld, ia Equity, from David-
ton, declaring plaintiffs entitled to re
deem the Slae, n paying $300, the pur
chase money, and dismissing the bill with
costs as to v-olomon Arnifield.
' Also, ia Mitchell and others v. Walker
and others, in Equity, lromBke,tUamia
ing the bill as to Walker and Keller, with
roe la. and directing a' decree that Pear
ton, and in the event of his inability, Sa
Ur while, repay the purchase money, inte
rest and costs at law. and in this Court.
Also, in Doe on drnvse of Callender
tt a, v. Sherman tt ef. from New llano
ver, awarding a ventre dt noto.
Also, in Ii.rram v. Sloan, from Anson,
affirming the judgment below.
Also, in Haft, C. M. t. v. rascliall.
from Warren, affirming the judgment be
By Nash, J. in Buder and others r.
Durham and others, in Equity, from
Rutherford, directing a reference.
Also, in Crissfnin v. Wrijrhtand others.
in Eqity, from Surry, directing the bill
to be dismissed with costs.
Alao. ia PeUh e. SUxm nd atheea, ia
Eouitr. from Sampson, affirming the
. . . ... .. .. . . r o..
Alao. ill tt all V. i OOiiinson, irom oan
y, retersing the judgment end awarding
a renire at novo.-
Also, in Drake r. McMinn,from lien
deraon. arresting the iudement.
Also, in Doe on demi-e oi trwin ana
Elmes . Coi. from Meck'enburg, revers
ing the judgment and awarding vtnirt
: Step tlio Thief! !
CTuIXX araaa ea aOaraaa. wtJa at ifce
ly, aa aa muk aad a kaifaewta of Eli BaioVa,
mm Ka-kky tgd Ox Igta iataaat, a pair af 8ad
& liS natan iiiing aear 3O0 ia !, a U k
eH a cbftk 2t, anrfc4ic&)c pi Uoa ai-4 kL
t abirt, a Ctay aorlrt katir, aad aoaao gmntea
artL TWeWOk Saga weea af mekialaaMtly
ixd by fatciaaa, Laird ittniafliout wttb wkila
dock, awl sound h aad aaorarea, aad baa a
tadt aa both adt ; my tauno ia wnnea ka prwri
amaiia aadcr tLe flap, taiflirinitly dutinrt to be
eea oa eiamtnatina. Theae baa doubt tbat die
addle bars aaoanr, Ac. wet afadra by aa ko-
ideal aba arived at Mr. Lov'a Wta oa Monday
neaing ca foot, aad k-ft dtuinc the aigttt very
aecaruy, ahoae aaaae 1 did aot ara. Ha waa a
tall, tllm mmm. I abould wppoae about ti yoara of
age, aua h&A tmoured early hair, af grtaeel ap
praraAcr, and rrpmrnird LjjaMrtf aa a acboolma
tre froea Petmmivania. He bad aa a tbaa dreaa
coat of caeeted aaalrrial, a fight c4ond erarat,
and paitlabatta af a daAauluui. al bating aa
tired biai atka a irw to a aeacriaioa, I aia anl I
mim a7 warn von ananuanij unui i
have done; bat I bope thia b aunVieat to lead to
tba rapture tht vulaiu. tliat th proprft of o(h
era may be aalrd (rata lua dutchea. A bheral re
ward will be givra foe the ronuawy ef the proprt
ty atolea, aad for the aj rebewaoa of the tbici
DARN II ART C.LAPP.
Aaifuat It. j , 19 wp
For the Recorder.
Another rem of putrid roe eerenr.
This it a very late discovery in the
vocabulary of Flora, which has been made
in the eastern portion ot ims coumy, ny
a vounz pcnlleman who, in addition to
fine natural tate for the beauties of na
tare, and more narticularl y for those flora
gems with a hich at times she seems pleas
ed" to deck and adorn her solitudes, has
entered an extensive acquaintance with
. t ... .... i. .i.
the lliotisaiiu variues wnicn navo umuo in.
Sunny South the wonder and admiration
of all who have ever roved through its
flower enameled wilds. From the Mag
nolia Grandiflora, with its magnificent
coronul of emerald and pearl, to the my
riads of fa rv blossoms which make the
boundless prairie seem a living pattern of
the Mosaic art, all in their turn have been
seen, enjoyed, and admired, opening a
new world of beauty tt his imagination,
. . i. ;.. I.i;n .l-
anu oy tueir gentie iiiuuenur, ivuumg ad
ditional purity and refinement to his
tastes. ' . . .
In a quiet nook upon the batiks or lt-
alt Creek, a little brawling streamlet,
Inch afierwandenntt for a while througn
one of the be?t and prettiest portions of
the district of St. Mary's, finally .empties
itself into the rocky bosom ol flat Kiver
this modest and unpretending, ouuragrani
and beautiful flower, was nrst seen,
. Smiling within ita cool and calm retreat,
Like cottage maid, who obeenration ahuna.
It were useless for one us unskilful as mjr
self, to attempt to place before the reader s
mvm thia new and blnshinff candidate for the
. - .. . - - t- :.. ..1..-
honors or tue conservawry t out na v-m-may
be in tome measure imagined from the
eagerness with which it was seized upon,
and the close attention it has since receiv
ed, from one so well calculated to appre
ciate iu every excellence. " Dial's Creek
hath hitherto been known only for the
Reported for the Pcteraburg Intelligencer.
Tetcreburg, August 13, 1845.
TOBACCO. The market is not quite so
brisk as it was, but there is little varia
tion in prices, and the quantity inffpect-
ing is quite small.
COTTON. Some lols were sold lat
week at 6 to 7. The latter for a choice
crop. Holders ask these prices, but do
not readily obtain them.
WHEAT. Prime Red 90, White 95,
FLOUR. Town Mills $3, Country ti:
75. " -,:
CORN 45 to 50, as in quantity.
BACON Virginia 9, Western Sides 8
to 9, Shoulders 7i,
IP I do not aril at private aab before, I ahaO of
fer at public aab ia HilUwrourb, ia runt af
any Leather rHore, ea Taeaday of Orange Sep
tember Court, (k being the 9th dav of the aaonth.)
mm a credit of one, two, three, and four yeara, that
tal uable estate, conaiating of Land, Mitta, and
Tea Yard, one aad a half aulce weat of HiUaho
rough, oa the Cireiuborough road. I ail! act
aeachbe the property, u no one will purchase
without peraoual inpectioti. Intereat will be re
quired front the 15th day af November aeit,
whea paeataiiiaai win ba givea to tba ptnchaaer;
the purr hater can hare the privilege of aoariog
wheat or working ia bidea immediately after the
aale, whea drlivery will bo made with reeervatioa
aa above till 15th of November. Bond and un
doubted aecuritT will bo reauirnd of the aarchaa-
er. The MILL TRACT contains KO acrea of
bad, ano hundred ander fence and in good re
pair. Tba. TAN 1ARD contaiaa 19 ease,
reachioc the public road at two potnta.
At the aama time will be aol J that valuable and
highly improved LOT or LOTS in the town of
Hmetoroaglv on wluca I reade. Terma tna
aama aa above, and poaaeaaioa the aame time.
At the aame Uroe my B1UK1S nutst. ana
LOT. near to the new Court Houaai ana of tba
beat etanda ia H'uUaMrough for any kind of buav
Terma the aame, and poaaraatoa toe aame
time aa above.
At the aame time one TR.I CT OP LAND, of
60 acrea. adiotnina Gov. Graham and H. G. Pa
." . . a a n
run, on the atage road; the land is gooa ana weu
timbered, aituate one and three-quartera of a mile
from HilUborongh, and baa a good rock quarry on
it. Terma aa above, and poaacaaion the aame
tllM 'VWW. ...... . .
l At the aame time, on the aame terma, one un
improved .LOT in'JIillkbirough, on the branch
between Gov. Graham and Jaa. C. Turrcntine'a
lota, which eon ti ins one rich acre.
At the aame 'time, and on the aame teime, I
will actl all the right, title, and interest which I
have in the Price'a Creek PLANTATION, in
the neighborhood of Chapel Hill; thia estate i
composed of several tract, and contains two thou-
At the aame time nineteen Quarter Sections
of Land in the state of Illinois, lying in that
high and healthy country in the notth western
part of the state, between the Mississippi and
the Illinoia Rivera, which last river unites, by the
Grand Canal from its head to Lake Michigan,
New Orleana with New York. Here ia an am-
Ele field for a young man to make money. These
inds will be oflercd in separate tracts, or whole
sale, to suit thoae who are desirous of purchasing.
The aaseaaed value of these lamia for taxes ia
about ten thousand dollara. . I will give any fur
ther information I poasesa to thowe who may want
to purchase. To show the growth and eeUlc-
ment oi tne country, l win siaw rouumi m
the land lies, and the number of votes given at
the Harriaon election in 1840. Fulton county
2600 votes; Henry county 288 votes; Stark coun
ty 410 votea; Hancock county 1974 votes; Cal
houn 346; Pike county 2146; M'Donough 899 ;
Mercer county 2836: Warren county 1234; Ad
ams county 2967. I will aril any of thia proper
ty at private aale, and vary the terma to suit pur
chasers. ' ...
The Drooertv must and will be sold either at
public or private aale. The object of the aale is
to disembarrass myself of debt and to relieve my
securities, and the avails of all these sales will be
act apart and applied to the benefit oi my creuu
nn. I will rmleavour to make the property com
mand the best prices. Any person to whom l am
indebted, or any endorser, who will purchase pro-
CACeE a V CKS1-A CUE raa V. OS3U
Mea are k,r afcj tm taa wt 4.-j-r
Wt au ta ti a bead Mil at.a
iMer rrt4Ma , mttmrnf y a,re
Ie to tieaaawaM mi laa avart- tk,s
"e'tee are aaja l-tr.sa atba aWaaita
f oaaj Utey are ee.i!y aaaaanij ikeis4
aairaeaay ba f ft 4 t adct yeart;
lh a aw wirae, a aaa4 I..Um aaatvt;
aad etea. iba immt ike. ad t.e aa. the Ua-ra.
tB woraa, tue. 4-c. TWy eat aa ee
tat tWwa, t aeiMnta tbey it a getter sod
gaaaloatio kaSls; seal lby d a aaa) go
t m ante mmm, vta ikee a sr. at
traagk iba let4Ml eaaat, a W) aay be
ejrtcd by ibo awMiih, aad eea by ita taa. '
tt bea llua bapfoae iba aaiirat m im mm.
daager asth a aa U aaa brtag atroag eviaVa.
thai bis sytleas aa ataagerM!y emacMere
aia tat erpMM. ant aa io.sia. too
I' et too eftxi-aa a baa mm', easy eaaat
iaiaai datl-. ae a abort Hmh taJtog ia
mv .tale death.
Tba taae worat ia alaaaat tlwsysfuoad tlaae.
It as eotoeii wry lg. Tne B aottt-tb
PU!s have braotU litre a at i r SO to I b-ae.
Tba Up raa is flt, j.gtca iWaa fl cod to
t: o 4Uer. Ii isscUxti ir-cird eaiir.
Thoae obo er atfbttc-l atb tay kiad af
werwe heaaalyaanropirii', Ueei
laaitriciee st e)it aia aoaa'iy iu.tj
laey art p-U aad deMled; aa'iaioaaa
auet rab e wearw a oa tUa te-si eienioa. tad
tacr avi4-eMMt arT-tMMa Ci-iUiea art eob-
jon to aaaatl tad ekidJIo worraa; t La
teoea ae tape weraa aa narfptl j f-mmm to
grwwo pets-ma. Versa 'lnes art sifiaa snore
"jjrytUaa b-Ct. they or we eatirety a
cee the wsos, bat by breaking tba aaaaa
wbirb emitaina Ik-ae. aad aa abiek ibty lave
ever beea IWsard. tbey ear araiteiod
aiHoey iba fwlda of Iba iltlaet, picret Ibeir
loan a. tad raast tbt aaoet fatal aceideota.
Ii rrjairea aol t eon mao.oadciataadH g to
caacei.t well Iba esase tad fortaaiioa) of
wuraia. A simple tad aamal ompaiaoa
plainly abowo Iba triciplaa of Ibaie fraaaMin,
Ktery aaa fcaowa lUey are out la bo f aad in
freab meal; aad that, oa iba eomraiy, tbey
art engeadered m opoiled ataat It ia tlea
rviaVoi theyeaat4 be eaeemiered ia t'-e ba
dy ol a arraoa wba bomara tro aouad. bal
ta ibtvae pera-.ot Obly abero bmoo.a aro c r-
iec; ISerel.re, to core aad revett furata
two of wrta. ibobom tra of the b-n'y axaat
be narI -4 raat ba fret -( eorrapiioa.
Braafrsli'a fit's rvrnuvr at oat the wot aia
of wbsiwrr bial. (amt qaalty adapted lor
lb roand ar tape woiea, bat a ao tba b a mors
wbieb fotaa them, ar.d as. a abicb Ibey feed.
Beaidra, ibey have the pe. party of avaeaatiag
every awlxianee ml b lavoe a new for
st oa of a treat by rrgeaeret ag tbt matt af
Zy Agenta'for the tula of Brandreth's PiUss
D. Heaitt, HUUiorough; A. T.Tence, Pitraboro;
Mm.Poahea, Foahcc's store, Chaths m; J.M'Dade,
Chapel Hill: G. A. Mchane, Mason Hall; E. dt W.
Smith, Alamance; J.cV R. Sloan, Greenaborotigh;
James Johnson, Wentworth; Wood & NeaL Ma
dison; Owen K'Aloer, ancey vulej J. R. Call urn.
STATE OF KOETnAHOLLXA.
. - i csti.x ctfim. -. ....
MaTtb Term la E Z- . ; . . ,
f dmmmi hirmiieuk, mmi aicra. . ..
Cmrgt Jbjprta aaf wr, aW atlera.
A mDAVTT Wle axJe aal W aab Oa
X Maav 4t ivtm JL Eeiwam, ea of tU
aVfetsiaaaa ia this cae, je aot aa i--KLjai4 ",
Qua atate, Ml&atioo is aaadc ia tba Hbaxaech
Eicwdcr for ais actke, tkat aadeaa tte aad iocm
IL Eaigwia pmt. soir sr mmma, ea ae ba
fonr tbe aeraad Monday af e irsitr aeat JV!g
meat a ill ba taira ava we afat Laa. aa4
rat eaaat act Com tor tearing or eatr.
JAMES WEBB, C, ii IS.
Prire adv. 4 : 50. . tfttw
SELU.N G OFF AT CObT ! ! ! J
Great nariraiiit to be bad .
nrilC suLsrnber Latin deteiaiiaed to ckae bla
ta Hifiabaeuaiib at ttaeajbrstrrae-'.
oral period, will 6nt and after thia dale, atU Lia
dry coon at cost, ron
nkaaaortaeatwill be found very kre, era- -braenig
the terwaaf and awaf akaaraUr Gaoda,and
indeed every article aeaafly kept in eatsU. Ana-nto ,
He invitea fwrcbaaera ia the Iowa aad country
to fire bia a rail.
Merchants ia want af roods to ill trp, wSI and
it greatly to their iatereU to look, at bis (rale,
P. a RUFH.V.
July 23. 6
FOR SALE. " !
THE tmderaigned oCer for aale a Tract of
Land an tie b'outh fork of Foiled River, in
Dyer county, Tennewwe, about twelve milea south
of LjeriuTf,conUin'u. about 3100 acres. Tba
river which runs through the land ia aavigat le at '
Oit aaual business eeaaona of tht year l be i iA
is aatrrtnrly nra, and m t aurpaased try any
buida in the Veatern district for the cultivation
of tobacco, earn, rye, wtrat and oata, and at Cur(
forcotton. That portion oflhe country is retard-'
ed aa the moat healthy part ef the Western die'
trict, end it aetttxl for tht most part by people
from North Carolina.
The land will be sold altogrther, ar in portione
to suit purchasers, and good land ia thia county
will be taken in payment st liberal credits given.
The title ia undoubted.
J. W. NORWOOD.
July 13. 1 ;6 "
15 Dollars Rcwiird.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
TAiLonixG nsTABLmmnvr. .
THE aubaeribera having located themaclvea ia
the towa of Hill-borough, for the puiposa of
carrying oa the Tayloring Buaineea in sll its va
rious branches, have received the London, Paris
RAN away from the subscriber, about the 8th and Philadelphia Faahiona, (which tliey iU con
of March hat, a Negro Boy by the aama of! tinue to receive twice a year.) and having bad
REUBRN, and sometimes called Boob, about the advantage or mam practice ia tne eastern
22 rears of ase, He ia of a vellowUh complex, cities, are confident of their alaUty to give general.
ion, chunky and thick art, anil bad on whea be aauafoction to all who may please to favor them,
left a mixed jeans frock coat and pantalnona, and with their patronage. Their work shall be exr-
a black hat, though tt at probable that be baa since ' cuted in tna neatest ana most lamionam su.c, u-
changed them. The above reward will be given 1 done by women nor boys, bat by themselvea, or
to any person who wul apprehend bim .and deli
vsr hun to the subscriber.
... BAXTER DAVIS.
TAKEN upon the 12 th of Au
ctist, by William Dickson, four
milea cast of HulaborouKh, and en
's tcred on the Stray Book of Orange
a county, an iron gray HORSE,
with dark mane and tail, three while feet, right ' rpHE subscriber baa a large lot
leg white up to the knee ; baa the appearance of . X frj BACON for aale, which
a worn norse ; supnosra w om n8m r uui. jcu. jow for nA
JOHN A. FAUCETT, Hanger.
August 13. 89 3wp
competent journeymen ; end cannot be aurpasard-
in thia otete or elsewnere. uurpncea wuioeui
accordance to suit the tiniee. .. , - .
Persons wishing to have work done, will Cnd
us at our r bop on East Street, next door to Stray
bom & N'chol'a Store.
All cutting will be promptly attend to.
DUNN & CRAIG.
July 8. V 84 '
Bacon and Leather;
Died, in thia county, on Tuesday the 12th in-
ttint, after a painful illness of some six weeks, thc , anllU tnc mmount applied to hia relief
. r m a t ..... a . ! :i!. aM
Rev. Josiv Paulet, I'AStoT of Uw rairnew ana to the extent of lu acw or lumuijr. w
sivh niiphis nrivatelv OT publicly i of this
Eno Uoneregauons. air. raiawy nuanu u8 ; r, ..' ",;
" ...it trive nntuw tn sll mv crctlitora ami accunties.
among hia brethen in the nunistry aa a theologian, j pergonal Property to sell
and as a man of devout piety; and few pastora are , M:i,. House in Hillsborough, and
more beloved by" their flock than he waa by his. Plantation. I have a large stock of LEATHER
.... . , - ;n 1 for sale: thia 1 will sell at private aale if I can.
,IewMm-eea.oun,.nSu..8 mT'crcaitori hlive the sime offer here., for
the church, ana tne impreee oi uwcawipn " , M KEGROES I will sell for cash.
. a u HVI V J J t m .0. 1 .
lone felt where lie waa known. " Though dead,
he yet speaketh," and the language will be under
atood by hie flock : Follow me, as I have follow
Died, in thia county, on Sunday the 17th inst,
Mrs. Eluabitb Aaa STmroan, wife of Rich-,
aid A. Stanford, esq, and daughter ef William j
Thompson, eaq. She waa an intelligent and ami-!
able lady ; and as a daughter, wife, mother and
friend, she waa dutiful, affectionate and kind, ana
had few superiors.
Died, in Chatham county, on Sunday the 10th
instant, Mr. Taoaas LisnnY.
of the best corn
hich he will sell very
TAKEN up on the 10th of July, by Alex.
Mebane, esq. living 15 miles west of Hillsbo
rough, and entered on the Stray Book of Orange
county, two STEERS, marked with a crop and
. . ... .1. ....
umlerbit in eacn ear, ana a sin in uw ngui, n a
dark red, and the other a red brindle. Valued,
one at $ 5 50, and the other at s ou
JOHN A. FAUUliTT, Kanser.
Aug. 13. 89-3w
IT. also ia workin out hia entire stock ot
I LEATHER, which be will aell at very reduced
prices for cash, or on a credit of ninety days to
thoae who he knowa to do punctual.
. JAMES S. SMITH.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT. '
Boot and Shoe-Making.
I hero offer an estate and mcane the ordinary
value and assessment of which are not lesa than
35,000 dollara, to pay an amount of debt of some
15,000 or 16,000.
I would be much gratified if my creditors were
present at said aale, and if the would appoint a
faithful and competent agent to be also present
and record every sale I make, ana me aisposwou
of the proceed of such sale. I have chosen to be
my own trustee and salesman. In thia I have
done what iajust and lawful to protect myself
mnA all hit pfwlitnn.
JAMES S3. saillHt."-"
0l5 1 sjIh and Lot in the Town of tlilltb
Willi I'w rough, whereon 1 now live. It
ibhr5?s'jk ia well ailuated in the businei
v . . - ... .I. aaii.i kmisfi. anil at
nan i me iowh ,:, ... ....... .. , - -
public timea has aa much caatom aa any noici
in ihe town. The lot contain two at res, with a
Store room and Bar room separate from I It
house. There it aiao a good Spring and Spring-
House, Ire House, blab', enu yorn-crio
Kitchen, Smoke-house, fcc .nn the lot. Thne
ia alao a quantity of Household and hi cl.en
Fornitorr, euch aa beda, 4.v. which 1 will sell
with the lot ot separately, to auil the puicoa
Ct Also one other Lot. -.hereon tVm. llorton
n..w lives, with .comtortableDwelling llonae
and Kitchen, l about one acre, with a ni.t-
Shop oo it; which ha. a custom of fifteen hun
dred dllais per year .,.
I wil-lsoiell wy P'antat.on,on Ihe w. er.
of F.irelvr'a Ceca, n " -
ll.IUb.-r ...ch, eantaioiae 50J arraa, h.a aa it
d Dwilli'g House, ojiiuiw.i.m -
niit.hru;ea. a oa "
Cj" A meeting of the Washington Temperance
Avintv will he held at the Masonic Hall, on
Thursday evening, the 28th instant, at candle
light Our frienda from the country, who may be
attending court, and the public generally, are in-
vitnt tn attend. '
Those having any tiling to aay against the tem
perance movement, or in behalf of intemperance,
will be board. , .
By order of the Committee.
1 1 fi A
August 20. ,
LONG, WEBB, & CO.,
AVE just received a anpply of MOLAS
and SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE.
THE aubaeriber having pennanenuy .
himself inlhetown of Hillsborough, take8"?.1
method of informing hia friend, and ttaWbM
reneraHy, that he intend, carrying
in RiiainMs in U its various branches, having
received, and will continue constantly to receive,
the latest faahiona from the CiUea of London, Pa-.1-
PKii.tiK;. .A New York; and having had
much experience in the art of cutung, he ia prepar
ed, he hopes, to give aa&fection to all who may
faTorUnVwith their patronage. give me
a trial by calUng at my ahop, aecond door above
Cutting promptley attended to at aU umea, Sun
dayexcepUHl. , R fi s WATg0N
..i..' ' 88
w;,h a laree Creek running ibrongn tne re. m
of tt.e cleared l-d. with a q-a''J
.raaodtaad meadow load aa ...
rai,.,n is in fi at rate repair, ai.d in a healthy
ould euil aome eenneman
...;..i.l.l,nnil. and w
In, health. The land IB wet. ..F-
' v J T-l
arowth or Corn, heal. uaie. """17l
grow tn vi . , Caltle,
1 also win - . j" ,
...... !.j swn. t.f first rale breed, already
,,f- . .: .;-r - .,,.;..,. b. ,he Par-
attacneu 10 iv . . r
Phaser; alao my Smith and Farming Too I. of
evar, dr. riptton, wn.cn ar. -
I havean atraiecrepoi vwius.
' VJL j.;..Ki- .,h.ns to Ibo.e who might
.k. ot. .1. linn; also about 300 ouen-
00f it i. lb. Ijrg. b.
o.... . tt iuL aunenor " " .- " -
now have; it w nice j r
wiing it lo aow eaa get i. at my hou.t ia
Hill.lioroogh. . ',,1.
Any peraon wiahing: 10 purchase any or the
sbov 1 Property, would do well to call and ex
amine it, aa 1 am determined to aell tba 1 firtl
opportunity. A rew young negroea would b
taken in part pay at fair pneee. All Jl?"
debted lo ma will pleaae.call and aettle imme
diately, and save coal; aa I am determined to
ctosa buaiaesa ia North Carolina and leave M
the Southwest. ' . . ,,-ov t '
JAMES JACKSON, Jr.
THE subscribers, having entered into copart
nership in the above business, would respect
fully inform their friends and the public generally,
that they have taken the Shop one door west of
me Vvoniecuonarjrsuu "n-""'- - '
and will be prepared to fumkh every variety of
articles in thia Hue, both fashionable and good.
Their materials shall be well selected, and the .
work weU executed ; and they only ask for a trial,
feeling certain that they can give satisfaction.
Journeymen wanted, who are good work
men, and of steady and industrious habits. None
other, need apply- .
WITUERSPOON & CATES.
ffHE next ecssion of the Caldwell Institute, .
1 under the care of the Piesbytcry of Orange,
will commence on Wednesday the 9th of July
the town of Hillsborough, to which place
it haa been removed, and will close on Friday the
28th of November next. i
The Faculty of ihe School consista of the Rev
ALEXANDER WILSON, D. Dn President and
Professor of the Greek Language and Literatuie;
RALPH H. GRAVES, A. M, Professor of Ma
thematics and Natural Philosophy; and the Rev.
JOHN A. BINGHAM, Professor of the Latin
Language and Literature. ?
Tuition Fee, per session of nearly five months, .
U $20. The price of Board, every thing found, ;
wifl vary from $3 to $10 per month.
By order of th e Board of Trustees,
N. H. HARDING, ") V
President of the Board. I Commit- ?
- DRURY LACY, 1 use.
JOHN W. NORWOOD, J
June 17. ;
POUR quarters Stout and Fmo- Unbleached
Shirting.: w . ' "'' ",
Superior Brown Cotton Drilling . .
Four-quartera Bleached Shirting. .
Merino Cassimere, Brown Lincrk.Irish Linens.
Black Lisle Lace, for Veils, '
' Furniture and Low-priced Calicos. ' . ' t '
ELIPTIC SPRINGS, for Buggye and Carry
alia.. v ' -': ' . r " ' '
Abo on hand good Linen Sheeting, etc ,
LONG, WEBB, & CO. ,
June S3. " - - gj
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