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' Tie power f Cniet to rttaUUIt a CtnK f ,h "'rtfJ St' implied nf.aoJ beoca lh diilcttlty utenAlag a jcrH'ian of the question at to its comu tuiiooality, , Puliiicisos Cad H roovent tat to nUe ttit prejudices of the people agiiaat a Uank, and it matters not if tba qoffuoa has beta difiJed by eery coin petrnt tribunal ia Uit eooulry, aad sane turned b such men as Washington and SUlisoa and Marshall, the iU still ring i changes on its nacoBititoiioDal iy, and nuka t of tlua hobby (or their proojouon. To us it seems m clear as Booa-Jay tint Cofrywa hat tha power. The argnmcnt 1 a sipTc one. In the lt ariictt of tha constitution sad the 8th acelion, among the enumeration of the powers of Con grew, it ia saidi Con- grets sVaa we power to pay the CebU and provitlt fr tlie common defence and gtnerat icrtfarmf the United Sutes." Aad ia the 17ih clause of the same see lion, it prot ides, Uiat Congrcas shall have power To make all lawa which shall be mutuary ortl juvper ti cairj'mg into esceulion the foregoing powers, and aH other powers tested by this r oust'uution tn the gwernment of tha United Stages, or in any department os oCker thereoC" la other word: if Congress in proiJlnj fur the general wtlfar finds it necfiio ry a t proptr to establish a Dank or the United Stales, it shall Jure power to do to ThU is too plain to need illustra tion. This much- at to the constitutionality of a Dank. And now to tha nex.1 post- tion. d. if a Ftdtrul measure? We hare BUtedtHkMr. Madison recommended a Dank ia lus message to Congress ia 1815. The rjorrron of the message making this recommendation was referred to a select committee of whi' h John C. Calhoun was the chairman 1 and on the 8th of Ja n nry 1813, Mr. Calhoun reporteJ a bill for a National Bank, which pascd both ho tscs of Congress the same session, and reccicd the signature of President Madison. Tlte question on the 6nal pas sae of the Hank bill in the House of R 'preventative was decided m the alfir tnativo by rote or 80 yeas to 71 nays WuLlnn N. Edwards a d Bvtlett Yan- c?y, of .orth Carolina, voting in favor of the Bank. Classed politically, according to the designation' of parties at that day, of the Republican membnrs iixty-ieea Toted in favor of the bill, and of the Fe deral members thirteen; and of those who oted against the bill, about one-half were Republicans and one-half Fed- ralists. Two-thinU of the Republicans, therefore. toted for the bill, and more than two tkuJ$ of tlvo Federalists agnst it. The quesittn in the Senate wns decided in the affirmative by a rote of 2 ! to 12. Of the yas on litis vote, se macm were Rcpub Iicart! and Jin Federalists; and of the aaya-Zive were Renublicaits and tnen Federalis s. So that lira lAirii of all the Republican roearbers f Congress assist ed to pass the Bank charter, and tire thirdt of the Federalist did their best to prevent its passage. We ask, then, in view of these facts, is this a Federal measure! or was Mr. Daniel wronjr when he asserted it to be snch! There are several interesting matlers in connectntn with this subject which we desired lo allude to, but as this article is already longer than, we intended, we tnust leave them for another number. : Swow District Cot. Barr'mgtr nc mina ed. It is with pleasuro that we have Wannounca that tho true Whigspi ril has prevailed in the sec mi Congres sional District that a noble sacrifice of personal piefeienees has been mad for the advancement of Republican principles and that now we have a fair prospect of seeing that District truely represented in our National Councils. At iheDts this annPuacfAcat, tit Car&iaa Waitk- ass-ddt: -TTwrcwwaneirted!. tJ. - kt - Wr than a2, Onera! LMtny, h u I f rettnt at tit rlare. on btmj otiiSrd trior liearj K. Nub. OUiNUC l 1st Cwarcit:ko,aislCrJ Uh to aJJrrM llcta: th bell inwj, aaa Ui menibcra aaia ateal!rl iafitnsalljr, a&J lif jJeliterr J a tnott rHmiflf aid patriotic speech, (iiln . a w . hi LfarlT acauiccence lo the nominatina Bamnger. and promiio bi eordial aad Bnfiinclinj aupport to nia electio. His speech waa very elo quent aad waa received whh lorsts of ap plauseat Ha codusion, a geademaa stepped urward on the platform and read tha following resolution, which was ooa nimausly carried amid tbuadcra of ap ptanse. i (tocei.Thit tha thanks of the Whig party are do to General Balis M. Edney for the patriotic and mvgnanimous eourse pursued by him in relation to the recent action ' of .tha Whig Convention at this place, and for the eloquent acd manly sentiments delivered on the oecission. We learn that tha Whigs wcat home in tba very best spirits and fully confi dent of anecess. From what we know from other sources and from what infor mation we ran gather through the Mem bers of the Conventioa, who were assem bled from every point in the District, nothing but tha most profound and crimi nal apathy can prevent Cel. Barringer from being elected by a large majority." Fr Ilia RecorJrr. There are five Democratic candidates for tlie Presidency, all differing widely from each other on most of the important sub: a of National policy, viz: Messrs. Calhoun, Van Burea. Buchanan, Cass, and Johnston.; General Daniel, wnh wonderful pliancy, phntaes himself fio- support that one of them (no matter who) which a Convcn ion of juggling partisans may st-Wck Ue has not, so far as we have heard, made known to the people his particular political views; so that we would be at a loss to know what they are but that he avows his preference for Mr. Calhoun. Why doea he prefer him! Unques ionably because he a Imires those peculiar views which consu ute the in ference between Mr. Calhoun and his high Tariff, Internal Improvement, Force Bill, Proclamation friends above men ion cd. So ihat knowing Mr. CVs views. and eomparing great things wi h small, we may umlers end Gen. Daniel. What aro Mr. Calhoun's peculiar views? 1st Nullification. If Mr. Calhoun is elected, and a su e should nullify, (which they mav feel encouraged by his election to du) how will Gen Daniel act? Is il not at least oncer ain? 2d. A Horizontal Tariff, which will impose the same burdens on the Salt, Iron. Sugar, Coffee. &c. which the poor man must have, as on the Silks, Wine, Jewellery, &c. which the rich man may buy. 3d. What his views are on the currcn cy, die following extract from his speech in the Senate on the removal of the de posites exhibits them unless he has changed; (which is qui e possible by ihe bye.) Read it carefully, lellow citizens. r noi omr pru.., . "" '-"; goes trie wnoie ntg lor um but contains a view of the necessi y of a National Bank which is decisive: So loni as tha question is one be tecn a uanK oi tne uniieiiotaiiaiiicut porated by Congress and that system f banks which has been created by the will nf .ih Executive, it is an instill to the nn.Lritaiidin to discourse on the perni cious tendency and constitutionality of it. Hank nf ihe United Slates. To bring uo that rrirslion fairly and legitimately, you must go one step farther you must divorce tlict uovernnieni aw tw oi.iijS system. You must refuse all connexion viik Banks, You must neither receive nor pay away bank notes; you must go back to the old system ot me strong uu, and of ffold and silver. If you have a riuht to receive bank notes at all to tieat them as money by receiving them in yotwr . dues, or paying them away to creditors, you have a right to create a bank. What ever the Government receive and treats as roouey. is money; and, il it be money, then they have the right, under the Con stitution, to iegtUae iu Nay, they are bound by a high obligation to adopt the most efficient means, according to the na ture of that which they have recognized as money, to give il the utmost stability and uniformity of value. And if it be in thA shane of bank notes', the most effi cient means of giving those qualities, w a - w w . ? . . a - ,1 1 at Bank of tho U. states, incorpuraicu vj Congress. Unless you give the highest nractical uniformity to the value of bank Un.. o vmi receive hem in IIVICO 4 mr ,!,ie. and treat them as money, you violate that iroviaioii of tlie Cot.ctitution hioK nmvi.la that taxation, shall be uniform throughout the United States There is no oiher alternative, I repeat, yon must divorce the Governmem euui ly from the banking system, or if not, i ...... Krtimit tft incornorate a bank as i he o-dy snfri and efficient means of giv ing stability and uniformity to the cur rency. .... s- . ; ' ir Hive ot the peopJe dceitter .against se Irrr finnr Lot LnjaVt)? as aal slteraiar.I dot iha o- verBmeat shaf receive and pay Mil bank aotcV that thrt shall ba trea'ed m wo- net! What rood t ion. thea, shall ws eouia la, but that cm Lata a Bank How thi'4 t gn eatt Cj t aiiaf tor saea who will w t for t Estit i Coo r- Co lo tht pulia. then, friends ol j the eoontrj and wraiea oftiuuilxifeerT. WW MT ABf'JH Dfll. SOU WD1C $ We sea it su td that John Nelson, of Maryland, has been appointed Attorney Ceaeial of the United States, in place of Mr. Legare, deceased. THE SUB-TREaSCRY. ' As he MadisoB'sn is iief out hints. i&.t the Pr. stder t di Sub-Tn a ! ssry bd, if paed by Congas, it nay aot t amiss to ak the $!rut iontlrut lionitls, hitfeay all powers anW the CokS'itU'i-B ttr'tn the srecficatlv grsn'eJ. ia wha partf that insutAcm ihcj unu Hi p,wrr vi zxtvt io'n a ma chine ss the Sub-Trtsfurjr, .We wont free Uial Uiey b II derir 11 Yj impH tution (torn ihe f rantrd ponrrs bee.oe a Bank of the United Slates it auihonxd ia the same way, W rule them ap to a iccial grant ol lhpotr, and ak thsw if it is not a litdstrng il at t'is Govem meat should hare ensu-d more ihan fifty jears brfor the discovery f tucb a pow er was nsdef Bat wa Btl qante 'tlie Enquirer on this point the Richmond Enquirer as mm.. .U. PJ . L ... I I wv iwiic.w fie Lin i ii 01 ni'i fuanru;2 io mi oay vu orti opiaiva ai s fi'jecu w awwff hi pmw. Wa bar at jerted ti the SuVTrea ory system o called, that ia the firl place, it t! ENLARGE the Executive pewer, ALREADY TOO GREAT lor s Krpublie; 2idiy, iht n eomnbuies to endanger thv tecurity of the pulUcfund$ snd 3rdly, that it i raleulaied I pro duce ieo rurtnrie a later one fur the peojls snd a hi lu rone lor the Govern ment. The more we read the speeches of tha orators oa both sides, the more fi ro'y ate we suud ef tha strength, ol ihefe oMctiofls. There is NO SE CURtl'Y IN IT. aid it vilt involve heavy and unneceaary exptnuT Wixchctttr ittpublicmx. THAT SWEEP STORY. In his speech here. Gen. Sauuders re lated an anecdote about Mr. Macon and his sheep, which we hope ha will tell wherever he goes. I is dry, to be sure, but the Whigs will laugh at it, if the Lo cos wont After premising that his ob ject was to illustrate tlie propriety of ad hering literally to the very letter of the Constitution "we may relate lh , story whirh ran somewhat thus: , . Mr. Macon, on starting for Congress on one occasion, gave bis overseer writ ten directions as lo the management ol his plantation during his absence, which ho calculated would not be longer than May. One item of the instructions was,, that his sheep were to be kepi in a cer tain field. Well, Ihe overseer obeyed in structions to tlie letter, and tho old gen tleman, when he came home, al somewhat later period than he expected, ca led for an account of his scwardship. Among the rest, "how are the sheep!" demanded he. "Dead, sir," "Dead! how's that?'' 'Why. sir, you told me to keep them in that held, and n hen the summer came on tlie water dried up, and they all died.'' "But why didn't you move them to an other field." "Ob, sir, 1 looked into the paper you gave me, and it wasn't thar.'' We" must say, that we have seldom seen a joko so much relied on by its au thor, so litde relished by his' friends. Thev appeared to be sensible, if tlie Gen. was not, that by his own showing liis great favorite, Calhoun, Jus proved a most unfaithful overseer; fur' ho has ad vocated Protection. Tariff, Bank and In ternal Improvements, though die General asser s, and every body is willing to ad mi1, tha uei her Tariff, Banks, nor Inter nal Improvements is once mentioned in the Constitution. They doubtless thought ton, that rather than all the sheep should have died, the ovetscer would have done well to exercise a little common sense; just as, under tlie 17th paragraph of the 8th section of the 1st Article of the Con stitution, Congress is vested with power to use a little discretion to do what "may be necessary and proper" for carrying on the sovcriiiiiciiL Bui the General's idea is, that the Government had better be permitted to die, than do anything nol txpretsly laid down in the Constitution. Whenever any great goou is to oa ac complishedthe shaep to be preserved from perishinjr lor want ol water up starts some Iiocofoco overseer with ob iections to the exercise of a "doubtful . . -. ii i I...J i power, oui it is an rigm wuon jscmuu and Van Buren violate the Constitution it Anairnre tha nnhli nrrtsnfiritV. " v i-- .', ' r. , a tayetuviue uuservery lion. rmiamA. Graham. We were ratified," says the Ian Raleigh Register, to see this distinguished gsmiemau in attendaLCS upon our Coun this wcck.cn rased in the pnueci't on ofhis jrofrs ou al pursuits. North Caroti is has many wo,iby sons thai n fleet Ittotrs on thfir native Sute, but she can boast ol none with mote just pride ol uualloysd patriot' itm 11. an m. A.Grihaw." Few men have earned a more enviable reputation than this gentleman during the shoit time lie occupied a eUU. Ute o-nit ed States Set. ate. lUeljt have wa met with a man of more amiable- dispi aiton i.nstiniinir el dignified manners, ecru pulitui uiK.nlv, combined with a sound discriminslioi miodand untiring induf tlmi Wa. A. G aSaoD, and ell uiay tt-c i'e VS. C.J Observer ears: f A eonespondeat ia Aasoa eooaty Conns as, that 19$ person have beea added to the Ms hodi-t ( barch at tJli. in cootity; and 223 A the !erWit Church at Wadesborotigh. Kvrry Whif ptper in Georgia t est fjr Henry flay fur Preside&u THC 3X1UKCTS Tobacco I gt ti.OO toS-.?.. Leaf H - OQ to 0.52. The receipts have f. off eoBsWerablr. .lira Cotton Very liule doing, at 6 to 7, i '. 1 faycUcvitlt, July 4. ; Hoar, 4 50 a 50 SsJt (tacl.) ' .25" I (bushel.) Cottoo Beeswax. 50 a Si 25 a CO 6 21 Weekly Ahnnnac. JULY. j i . W 4wi .5 O C O oca EES Id Sunday, 17 Monday. 18 Tuesday, 19 Wednesday oa in i . 4 54,7 e hi 4 55 7 4 55,7 4 50,7- A. V 157 7 3- Priday, " 57i7 5817. " w. 7- - m. r. .22 Suturda? . a a Dissolution. TCTtCKLfr. i OUvOtD br InkIiIm Ser llieir fratelul arknowleiljif ireoit U t the liberal piirpa eiirndtd io lbia;and aa Ibc firm hia btrtm dnulvel b nthlual roi-. aeal, Iticy rqieH Ihnaa indrbiea la liit ut lu al! and clou ilieir aarnnirft. The bnainre will in ftiiure he earrirrf a by A. Mil KI.E. wbw will le. p rnnalanllr hand a moI enpp'y of tiKUl Eli IKS, ' .11 oilier anic!s in In line Juij.it, . gl To .TIcrcIiant a nil r.iyi pi!E s-ili4T!hT demt liryilf in DRUGS a AU aitUlUMfc", ah eli lliev will al waja Tumivb Mrc'ia!i'i and Pltyairiana al i ha lowest win leaate priees. Vi e- a its aid Phvsxiane whn mav favor os wild their ordcra mv real aar ;d of renins all articles frem as wr and e ruit'M and st as low prices as in aov eaai ii.nmrni m in hinu ins aiaie. We lake piiriiettlar case to pi( up Pbvai. ciana' orders or auth Medicines as we knw lo he i ht. liliiw ncin rnninuj nn ning runnoi 'I- 1. .1 L j - i IWDyaS.alTsWIrwGlase.ri inn, renuinvry, ikhihu tin.-, run-, sn.r, in. Piinl. S tae. Tontb, Du.tint, Scrubbing, at d Cluitiea Bmah is, hncj e ' ' "r Tcterehurg, Virginia. Jiwin 10. .. 81- 6 n - Mail Arrangement. 'pHE. Ra'eigli and Western Mail close on li Mo iiT.iy, Weitnesiftiy, and rid'iy e nss at 6 n'ttork. The Franklininn SUil 1 1 .ea on Mnndav evening at 0 oVImk. The Ivor's Mi'le .Will elnsee on tVe.deadsy even ing al. 3 o'clock. The Learbnrg M.il rloeea on Thnrday evening at 4 o'vltM ki And the tuioro man ciotcs tin tuuraaay evening 9 o'clock. THOS. CLANCY, p m.. July 12. 82 Sw P. S. The Post Ofiice is removed lo .Major Palmer's It .nd T. C. t. m STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA. ORANGE COUNTY. Mickle 4- Norwood vt. Nancy Clancy, and j i t'tcrs. ' O.iylna! Bit- I i Equity. ANDREW MICKLE, one r Ihe conip'in " ante. Iiavms rn.nl e oith l'iro ine thai Levi W. Vottoii and ins vluhl Tlio. C. Young are not inhabitants of W elate, eo- Ihat pio cfs eannl be served on them; th'-y are here Hy notified Ihiil unlve they sptear al Iho neat term of ihe C iirl of Eq-iiiy, lo-be held l'r llti count v nf 0-a:ige, on the second I0nd.1v of Seolember next, at the coiil hotxe in lFtlle biT'insb, snd p'cao, answer, riioinr, in nri , will be-iaken pro eonfrsin and sol down for hearing and heard ei narie e m mem. .. . . .VltiS HUUb C. dC X. Price adv. f 4 00. ,. 83-fiw Wool Cardiiiga fl'flfi subscriber has'now in Knacts.-ful ope Mlloi at his Mills near I'lvapel Itll, an approved Wool Carding Machine, under li e management nl S. S. Uayior. lie eipeuta 10 Keep tonatantly on ho ml ltnlls for ale, in payment fur which, and for earding, he will receive heat, Corn, Flax-s rd, B.icon, Lurd, &C. : - .r R. n. WAIIT. Ju'j 3". , fi'J- IT ailed Kfalc District Court ol Aot tli Carolina. fN B.NKRCPrCY: - Notice 10 shnw rause acainsl Ihe Pnti tinns ot the fallowing- Peiiiivneis fr tlu ir di? charse'ahd eerii-aie as Bnukmpis, al N w- bern, on the foiirlh Monday in October next, V,S. : ORANGE COUNTY. DavUl H. Cate, shoe-maker. Noah Hall, farmer. . . Lewis Edwards, labourer, Isham Parish, labourer. Pi:ilic'ion nrdred. 11. POTTER, HJ. 0 S. J). C. June 30.. 81-I0w ! Attention ! ! : 7b the commissioned and noncommis- nioned officer and Muticians belong' ing to the Cane Creek Battalion. WOU are hereby commanded to attend St Maaey Morrow's on Friday the 33lh ol Jn'.v. stll o'clock, for the purpose of dnl nmater and court martini and on Saturday ibe JDlh, it II o'iljck, you will attend, with your especiive conpanes, a'med snd eqnipt as ho laf sire!i, lor bliaiin eaernse. I JOS. U M'MtJRUY, Major, Ju'v3., ' ' ' ' 'V 81- w : j.. , w ni " it E Vr 4f w) l " . lr k4wwtat lw HAw tfk At wt Mb ws.rl ii rtfw tUM , ..!. bC lk MUtlMk tvwM.kkwal jtrwwi4 dl MwSf. www 0 wrW' ia-ji.. tirtw, in p u Ss muktt ,w,u. . i M . MM l a. c. i:cnrorK. BAPTIST A?SCCIAT10X. AT a rawferwee fclj fcw il wn.Kirwf . IN Cwck If ( I m mg ftm-lteaa-w ttrer epfMMalre Iw nrtr Mrf. tea fwi tev C: mn a- s. ad Siraar- rs. l aj anw ar espcvied Iw aitead ik fuai R.r e-iiallww. whith will we fce'd l M ,y f r i "waacwwj Friday fmnMtet ! r-aw !wdy ia Awwa stai, to : lint a f ,r let. V.aawM far Wb. RmwiM BU.kw,ll Ah..rr Parker. D V. TaiS , C. t. Va-ruwi. SL Car Jtia. Waa. Ilrt., lltHtlcauo Pariaak. injimi llerlif tmm W u tv.rf. a will .a great pfeww-rw a pnw r-r bfiues so. eaieiuiaug ail DeW.ua tad wirtg-f. ; Ja 17. $Q. I.. AUentioiiII 7e tit Committicn!, nan-tmihU,hm' td OJicert and Mutinum, it Ion sins to the flack Cretl Jia!al!Um. are hereby rw4waa.'d a Head at Maaoa Hall, a t'.aday ib Mtb Mmtj, etevea o'elw k. araa4 aad ejpr a t laa direH-.Mn- rail aawaaeeaad ivn arnal aad oa batord.y ih I Stht yo will al.aw maU yanr re.p live rwanpawi, e, at tea tmk.fn Bal4-'H tuniae. . - PAISLEY NELVOX. fJ. Cel. Joasia. , , 0 Notice. Tf.TTER3 ef .U uIouImIjob. (aiib it.eai!l aaaeted,) oa Ilia Ka.'atr i.f UAMIL Al UtkiHT, deceased. kai f beea fiaaied lo ibe eubarriber al May T- r, ?3. I liiaage Coni C'ort. be hereby rcquiire al peiawae indtwiad la Said late lo male pavmrt.1 la. hua aiibtnl diUy. aad oU bavii'g elaime Sfainal tlte eaitte t prraeui i..aj wiiliia Ike liwie preearibad 'my law, wa thta aotue .lt le iosiaied wo ia baBrilieimccoery. f DIMEL A. UU.NTUOXE.CY, .fo Jane S. go-Ja - Public Sale. . 11.1. he eold al H.e lale re.idenre of Wil , Its Se.lais, iec'd, aa Teily ik I lib day of July. la.e qntmuy ut ' CORN, BACON, and l.ARD, oa a rredil nf taelve muni da. bend aviib ap prwed aeriirny will be irquircd. I'EITO.N PrUUORR, afJui'r. June 19. 7- i iolicc- Taxes. ff shall attend at Ilia folloaii g iimei and p'a- eea for ihe purpnae el lolU-viuif ibe Taa ii u tur me year int. .1 ,. i ... ' ... I . . - - .,,,-. I'huraday Ihe 6lh, el Mit barl Albriel-l'a Friday the 7th. al George ralteracn e . . S4iaida) IhaSih.al C'. Hm. A, Cari 'gan's Monday Ihe I Oth, al Join. S. Tuireiiiiiit'a Tueadey ihe I lih. ai Uvor;e IVnicH e lVednea.la the I Sib, al Ci.eelry F. Ft urrH'e Thuiaijy the 13ab, allbo Ia4 Jamei Uu'cliio- ; son's ......... FViday the I 111., at Gabiiel B. I. a 'a Sjtur.lay the IStfa, at Maawii Hall Monday lbs 17.1a, al tlil'eWough, i ueaiiay me lain, at Chalk I.erl W.d.irtday ihe I3ih, at Mia. MiKoe'a Thursday Ibe Sl'lb. al Abner Parker'a Fiiday the St si. al William Linsi'iMiibs Saturday Ihe 22J, at tlarria Wilkei ton's Monday ihe 23,1, al Win. N. rnu'a More Tneaday Ihe 24th, at Jis h I.. Morii'f's IVednesdsy iheJSih, at Uilliam Tiu t's ThHrday ihe SS'h, si Chspcl Hill Friday Ihe 87ifi,at Thomas l.oeg'o ' Monday llie 3tsl, l Dinkney Kike's Tuesday Angus! 1st, in IlilUbtroiij;!', lo col lect the Town Tax. tCP The JueliiFs oppai. tei! lo take lie lisls of lasab'i S for 1843, v. ill aiicnd il lie tlutt times snd plarrs; and (nj armm loil'mi lo cive in hie list is tihj"ei by law in pi-y a r?i -ble Ua, anW the Siieiiff is bnuiid lu tollrii it. Punelnalliiy is ipn t.ri ly hII JAMES C. TURENTINE. Sh'ff. J'e 7. ' 7 List of Letters, usmaimng in the 1 ot Uth:e l lliilbr tough, on ll'O fmt day ol July, 1813. which if nt mken nut within three months will be sent lv the Ueneral Pact OrGce as dead k? iters. A Uo A.C'llugheeS J R .berf J'JeaTi-ys Mxruurfl L Johnston l.ydia Joiisoii J.ihn T John! Oil Benjamin Johnston Jordan M Thnnss M't'saiken Mr. M'Lain Elisabeth M'Canhy , John C M'Mary Alexander Meatier P Wi'lism Patker I. K Prat' Jacyb Pce'nr R Eleanor Ann Ray Wm. Kiogflaff H'iflh Heevrs S Charles C Smith T James Thomson David TTinmn v Itaywood VnugliSn James Vlcsnn Archiba'd: ndris Wm. Biwla Tims Burton Evan Ilium Sa. kfi. hl B e vir Jusi'ph B 011 Alex. B .r an I Mias E B oalewsy U J.cob Cl p K. v. J II Christie A cs Cheek John Cabo J'lhn ( arr Lemuel Carrell - Abialiam Crabtree U Jnlin Dnrhauv : John C THingUsa Thoe.J Faueett lohn Freeland Mrs Mary Fliutiff G -Thomas Griffin, jr. 2 George Gnete Lydia Crimes II tool tlowing on John Horner 3 . James L Vlsgnncr -John C Wi'ksnn CJPeron calling for, any ol Ihe above letters will plaasa say thv are advertised. . THO. CLANCY, r. at t . A Fll IiSll SUPPLY OP 1 iKolmstock's VERMIFUGE, Just Received and for Sale al this Office. June 0. ly. TO FA3I1L1E3 Si IN VAilDSl TV fc4tnatag; iw4WwUkV JaJMly teswew da snr t sWa4 al the itls eV atwrew, 4 ewwa m erery rwoetry at, U law auoa. fiowM-aabe m4 merrt ret tweaa suOess tWy bwava Ue tWwiaaU aigjattaea 0 ?rift esftempmi.aJsttra by (be wm aee are baa mpmiam ui cwaa't ii.ak If t anrrviaat wtanrot fwa ha. Cm .' ergs kwa to protwi. tbeta ai tl Caertlaal St ubs' awu ia twits Xtw Ymk, wf l Wl tut Saeav w aaWjr aieaU k art wWl tktm rratesUa BALM1 OF CCLUMSIA.FU2TIIEIIA.lt. erbarb Ct WSf at Sf faCg (, OT fwStwT H M baI4 plaeea; aai wa cUifca swe a grw tpif, or oa uVw a kw kv kwt bur bom evy esuae, , ALL. YE2MIN ibstiaUl We bewie afckWa' ia achoew, ate pvasa4 or kJlad by it at r.J Am wwmw , a rz- i xfl . vyiuiTwjio .n t,sracvr ay k. RtmmmU tki$ eiwwya. RHEUMATISM, U fainvaly eared, aa 7 iknTtllti muatltt tmd haaes srarealaeed, ia it old or fwang, by the laaua TnvTasia Cuxia a Kuva tjnt Ban Lanxtrew ji aever wkhowt the name of Cwmatevk 4 Co. m'O. sn wholly prevented, or governed if the stuck baa seoM on, ifyoa ase ibe ey true Ilits LanurriTara sad every thing relieved by k that sdmi a of aa aai. ward spplkaiiow. It sets like a charm.1 Cat k. "" HOUSES that have Eing-W, Praviis" Wind-Galla, le, are cured by Rooia Srtctrr i and ' ToUmUrtd horses ctuirrty eared by RV Founder OiuUuenl. Mark this, all borsruteo. , ." Salle78 Blagical rain Hr- traCtOr BalVft, The moot extraordinary 1 esmcdy ever invented C all new or old " lB..TVI WfMii :lti i.'t.''i ' 1 a Z seres, sew 'sere f jjfjg 'i It has deji.bied ibowMnds. It will take out all pain in tea minute. , aital no failure, h ill cure Ihe LIN'S SPREAD PLASTERS. A better and more nice and useful article aever was made. AU atiuuld wesr them regularly. , ., , A LI.V8 TEJIPEUA.lCn BITTER! J on the principlo of substituting tha Uif in piece of ,. ihe HimuUnt principle, which hu reformed ee nuny drunkards. Tobeased with . , . '., i XtX'S fllXJilil PILLS, superior tn aH others ft clesnsing tlie system snd the humors affect , mg die blood, and or all irregularities of the bow't ls, , nnliira, thin i " w . DFLSPOHN'3 HEADACHE REMEDY will effectually cure sick headache, cither ftotn the orkilimtt. llundradaof familiaa ara using il with great joy. K DILSPOHrTS ELIXIR OP HEALTH, fur the ceruin prevention of j?j3iTi;l or any general sickness keeping ihe stomach ia ni oat per. feci order, the bowels regular, and a determination to ihe surface. pnins in the bones, hoarseness, and are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying. CORNS. Tlie French Plsster is a sure cure. XijttewfawSimr. miaASwarj SB hair any shade you wnh, but will not color Ihe skin. SABSAPARILLA. comstocxs aw POl'ND EXTRACT. There is no other prcpsra linn of Sarsspsrilla that can exceed or equal this If you are sure to get Comstocx's, you will find superior to all others. It does not require puffing. wvwsaiwjaaSaVwawMawaw - XLwTCa BlICIwaTjaB - CELESTIAL BALM 0FC1IIXA. A positive cure for the piles, and sit external ailinga all internal irritations brought to tht. surface by friction wiih this Bslm ; t in couch-, swelled or sore throat, tightness of the chest, this Balm applied on a flannel will relieve and cure at once. Fresh wounds or old sores are rapidly cured hy il . .. Dr. Barthvlcjkjta'a . -' S3 will prevent or cur. all' incipient consumption. taken in tunci and is a delightful remedy. Keoi'cui. ber the name, and get (Xmttock". KOLMSTOCnVERMifUSE sradicate all kVAvlStTiSa in children, or,, adulia with a certainty quit astonishing. It ' ' ' ' sella with a rapidit almost incredible, by Csmstect d Cen New York. . TOOTH BfiOrS. ' KLINE'S-cure eflcctually. r.ltomlamwil-nrlnartnrConmn. ia the vmr 1P4 brVau,M..I i-Ca,iaUwWlwMoflitt''S0Uwe DntnetofNaw Vw. By applying to. our agents in each town anil village, papers may be had free, eliowing the moi respeetabla nam as ia the country for these facts, a.. thai no one ean fad to believe thorn. ... ... ... AnB sura roa call for Oar Articles, aaa nt be aat off wilk any stories, that others are . good. HATE THESE OR NONE, showld be;, vonr anotto-omi that mtrtr cm bt fret ead eenHii seicAowt our nanus to thm.' All these articles to br bad wholesale eutd retail on.! of as. it CudUnl stn t,nt Bn'sdsy.,Ni Tha above Mrdiainea for sale" by' ; . . .... ........... ..4. . V, ii.akii, iiuisboroegv I J r.