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rT it Tt Tariff wetKs. tnder Ui'n frffi tie editor f tl.e Sun ward comers the price of cotton in ISIS. jf, anJ st present, ami endeavors to lumlHig his readers Into the belli f that tie Jerrrarinj J present low piict of that aricle, at well at of tobacco, is in ronse- ener of w Urifl. "1 be nations of Karop, ttnnotejgri to pay iii ItifU prices, vfiea their ova article which ibey !cire to aell to tie ere shut ut from onr porte by our present hijh H-inY forfeiting the fart ilut our pre ent tarifl Itai been ia operation only ince tle first day of Srptcmber Ut, end firptiing also Uie more important fact thai tbe nation of CurojHj"' place niticli heaiier rate jf duties tipor emc ar tide of eip- rt -oer tobarco, far iutlanre, S33 per eenU, or 3. steilin j per ponn J ; or if miKufocturr d( 1900 per cent., or 0. !rrl!riff per pound. ' If the editor of the Standard finnetily entertains tie rpinien le lis set forth in hie aniclc, he has profiled lit Te by ofcer tation. In 1830 Mr. M Puflie advanrrd the fanciful and somewhat plausible the ory, that in conscience of the tariff tie fotton planter lost ftwty out of every him ircl bales of cotton, or in oiler word., thst lie ptire of hie count was reduced that amount ia convenience of tie opera tion of oar tuiS. But that theory did not uud tie test of experience; a lery few years sufficed '0 shotr it otter fallacy. Under lie operation of tie compromise act of 1832 tie tariff was gradually re duecd ten per cent, every two years, un til 1812, when it was reduced to 20 per cent., with numerous articles entirely du ty free. Dut instead of tie prut of cot ton advancing, as it would if .Mr M'Duf tie's tlcery lad been correct, the price continued elill Cmlet to drvluie. It was evidently, the refore, not the tariff that el ected the price, but a much more natural ud tfllrimt eauae. The editor of tic Standard himself himself Ins statel it. In 1919, lie say?, tie o,nan'ity of cottou exported was C2.471.I73 lbs. iu 1S-J7 it was increased ls 291,310,113 lbs and note he says, lie annual average of the cotton nop may be eitimated at one huittl j led (one thousand we presume he mrans) Bullion of pounds an incrca?c much be yond the actual incrrancd consumption. Every perton at alt conversant with com mercial affairs, is prrfcrtly fcmrliar with the fact that the price f all articles is re f ulaled by the proportion of the supply to the iVinand. If the demand is large and the supply email, the price ad van est; if the supply exreeds the demand, the price till. The price of cottou will not obey any othci rule. The tariff does j not lessen the quantity conjoined. L'n-, dor the operation of a very low tariff a ! larger quantity doubtless would be con- sumed abroad, but so luueh the less would be consumed at home; awl under a high er tariff a much larger quantity would be manufactured at hotnc, with possib'y a somewhat diininiehcd consumptian abroad; but still the mud amount consum ed would be as great. In the one case the profits of manufacturing the cotton would go into 44 the pockets of the rich manufacturers" of Europe; in the other they would be divided among our own citizens. It is a false position to supple that if we buy largely of the manufactu rets they will give higher prices for the raw material. If they go iulo a glutted m.uket to buy.'lhey will buy at the low est pjiccs. This was fully tested during the last ten years. We bought freely of European goods; eft freely that notwith standing the lare exportntiuns i.f cottoa, the country fell in debt to the capitalists of Europe more than two hundred mil lions of dollar; yeltlie price of our great snnthe.'ii staple could not bo kepi up The reason is obvious to any one who las eyes lo .see. The great rush of emi gration to Alabama and Mississippi, and other portions of the south-west, all of whom are engaged in raising coiton, has produced a supply greatly exceeding the demand. The natural consequence is, that the markets arc overstocked, and the price prostrated. The remedy is as plain as die cattse of iho disease. It is to divert capital and labor into othet channels of employment. "We are glad to observe that the subject a beginning to elicit a"ention; and that some of our south-western planters are about commencing tin culture of that unci; profitable articlo Inligo, and with fKwpetU f f SiiCi. Oder .Jt cwr ff uuu u ao he soiht . ,. . .... mm mmumtnvn, a aboU btrodurcO. fhl is tl4 oaly remedy, Tree trd eaaout eaiitj wiaos of nr. p U1 UrewMuti late li4fc tarifii wd a ooe-sided free trade woidd iraia u. vf .t pwi. paralizt oar auBuftUNira, at-d iarolrt ia irneral re'ia s3 tie greai hue resu of the couatry, The Standard quotes a a good ija t!i resoLiioa of a Vaa Carea fanren lioa recently held at Ono'ndirga, NY Y. which declared thai tier were ia favor of a 'ariff, the aefe otjeot of a hicb abU be ret enuej Ia ilia tie Standard srmt tosty.t'at if the same revenue tariff sludl have also for ie object tl.e proteetba fcr owa manufacture front the blirhtini iuHuence of Ibreiga eompetitioB, it ilea becomca! oocow uswtwual aai oppressive. Is ilis ' hie meaning! WiU he tiew with perfect ' complacency a tariff lesitd by a Van Du re Congress (br the $olt purpose C re senucj and yet look, will holy horror op oa tlie i jute tariff lev ied by a Whig Con fress Ceeause of the additional motive of. protection? A the 1-ta term of tla Fuperior Cov rl for hia eoun y. Judge Maxlt presiding, Andrew M. Steel, charged with tie mur der of his mailer, Mrs. 31 ancy Steel, was convicted of Manslaughter, aud sentence! to be branded and lo suffer twelve inoutha imprisonment. The Uud occupied to days of the term. I he prosemlion in be half of the State was conducted by Cad. Jones, jr. and Fries dy ll.Mangura.esqrs. the Solicitor being absent; and the de fence by Hugh Waddcll, Wm. A. ra ham, and Join W. Norwood, esqrs. The trial of ihe iegro Green, the pro perty of Mr. Hugh Wilson, indicted for arson, was not taken up in consequence of the want of time: it was pos poued to the nest term. MIL CALIIOUN IN THE NORTH. 1 he editor of die Petersburg IntcUigen j rtr, at present on a northern tour, writes from New Yoik as follows: The inquiries thai I have made store I lave been here, wtisfy me that Mr. Cal houn is hiiJ on the shelf by tie North ern Democracy. The result of iheyr& cus Convention shows clearly that he do .d in the Empire Stae,aadlunderstand . that the same feeling that produced that re-; stdt pervades the Nmthern, Eastern, wdf Western sections of the reentry. Indeed, he Van llureii men "make no bones" of boasting of their sincerity as to their fa , vorites nomination by Ute National Con vention, and laugh at the idea that Mr. Calhoun tan he at all in the way of the Little Magician, lie, Mr. C, is, I believe.1 Bto.e obnosioM to Northern Ijocu thai ( Mr. Clay. He is regarded as au exclusive , sectional politician, and will be treated as such when the rime comes. The Wh;fs with w hom I have met are in high spirits, and seem sanguine of Mr. f'lay'a success in a 44 fair shako" before! the "people. 'I he favorable operation of j the only Whig measure which we have: been permuted to carry out, on tnc busi ness of the country, is propeily appreci ated in this great mart. Business, say the knowing ones, was never on a better footing than il U at this time, -ihe pre dictions of the nenies of the Tariff lo the contrary uoiurhstanding. Covnftrftitcrt. 'l hrough llevigilance of some of lite good citizens of Hender son county, several persons have lately been arrested, charged with uiakiug and parsing counterfeit money. In one case thev found the implements tor coining, w ith a considerable quantity f con ed and uncoined metal in the posses sion of a man named Morgan, who was arrested and is now in jail. Several oihers have been arrested, most ol whom found bail. We saw some of the coined me al, it ia a compound of silver, copper aud zinc, and well calculated to deceive, with.v.it a close examination. A goott deal tf it, we learn, has been put in cir culation. Highland Mtas. The Resolutions tid Proceeding f d;e Syracuse Cnnvin'ioo my be lo.-kd up on as the Van lWen Manifel in res pons t the South Carolina M.nilisto. We sball som liear clap of thunder Iron S oith Crflhn. The Poughkt enie Ea ftlo well says: 44 The plan evidently is t. break villi Clhoun H hsu-ids. to get Van numiaaied by s many his ,i- nds as cm b mutered st Baltimore, Xhm tlatm that such body if the party Na tonal Convetiiton. The opponenls ol h high rechinu aspirant wilt m ite in a sepuaie body aucl nominate Calhoun, cl,iiiig tiai they re lo the tegular imrty Convention. This will pUce io ramhdfUs nl the same party tn the field, m the inangei expect, snd then ihe) hope lo have the question brought.iuto the House ofKepreseutatives, where they can t-tck the people out of a regular choice. S. leepera me die V-n &Venites, hey care lor nothing but thtir oi.e eandidsle. stud .ReooHcr swiiSctf the pa.ty than rapport any o-.h. r." Mt. If t'i Loc oh cos .ro to Is believed. v, ,!,, L i.iavi!l JotirnU. ihere is no . ar l.lv d"iibt "I t'e oiumpl ant sucee-s ot Mi. . 1AV. The CWuiV paj.cri piuV4" ry itUia.2j tUtJ M. Va iWa lnt.w4 be ntvatlf ifeW, 1&J tU ipSt 111 tk tlreVoo H M. C-IImmi i t ry i.Um Hi e Um m of rstHl.tr. 11-11.11, ol rwfe. U.at M. C1)o ekeJMi is hya4 tli att as aikr of lis rfars suds ay eliseee acer,!iB to tat elrUtha ol ihtlr oa fiUf. Mi, Trcdrtf Fettr4rg-Tlo sd'ertUe aeefff t-ai eichsae el ew ikt tKej sta irt p-nd tj bni rmui ;;!. fu ri lire el all the aitk'ee of rrtig a4 Dairr tie tr.de We vera it !! um.o ed at eeia tim i&taeass swk l Paul i waiae it C p.lf ap frota eel's t gariet. atd et ttMtu'g lotki fie.t a ea-ere of tl en owe ianr oraoea. Wh-t a etnb our aeretaaia ea wi ia New Yoik, wLea ibsy ty he so will tspjle ed acs'er home, ia to iBconprtWosi We. Pehtpa fj.ey ga for a fndie, or m.j be, iliry tb to try the erBfth of tlien roatntuiions s-anl the Velbw Frtei; bat il ihey with to subset re their owa interest, tut) she iaieresu al lie Somhera Siae, ihey had bcites mt at hooie ai.d cboarg' a-Mi'Sia importers J'ttirtLurj lUpullltm. A I Hole-Sotted H'hi.C,ratt Kh beson, eneol the Cssl C-enty W.its that Spanao tand happened ia this eiiy.sona after our late thrtioafor Mesa hers of Congress. Looking over ti e t tt Io tbia Comfy (Wake) ha saw H at at one of ti e Prcri,.rts, (N.i. J..ne.) i,e toie soo-: Leo Fcro S3 Whig 1. He was so strerk wnh this intanre of firm oe, and deoiin to pihviple, adr eircHinstaners wtll ealcblatrd to influence most mtn, that he declared at once, il V ewi.ll find out the person ho gave ti e tO'e, be would wake h m a present. On inquiry, the WLig vote aas ady as certaiued, ai a lun.ed ott tn be aa indi vidul in tery ni di rate rircums lances. Mr. Robeson arcodngly deposited Fie dollars in this City, to purel a-e hiin an lrfc.ot Clay Hau The Hal las beta procuied, and the wearer, displaying it whertver he ges. iys be glorire more tt.an en ia bis Whig pnnc.i,. L'deigh Rtgiittr. Tub Pirrt RExcK 'I le llillbhoroiigl Recorder is too liberal in admitting that Hie Standard's retort about tie misfortunes of Edgecoiiih. was a 44 fair hiu" It had been said, that by the last Census, 40 out of every 100 persons in that famous County, could not read and write. The Standard retorts, that the same may be sid about the Whig Counties of Wilkes. Montgomery and Camden The Hills boro' llecordcr admits that'this ia a fair retort. TXcre i a plain difference. These staunch Wliij counties, aud ecery n h County in the Staff, have adopted tie School Law, and are try ii g to beer me more eoligltenod. Edgecomb, on the contrary, is satisfied with her rgsorance, and has thrice rejected the School l aw. 'I he charge is, not that Edgecomb is ig norant, but that she in in love Svith igno rance, hugs ami cherishes it, and thinks it "folly to be wise." ff7ng Clarion. Counterfeit Coin. The Philadelphia United Staes Gazette states-that coun terfeit American half and quarter dsllara, very well executed, arc iiicimdation iu that city. Truth., well exprrstcd.--Mr. Crown son says, in l' e last number of ihe De mocratic Review: 44 The grand maxim of General Jack son, in his administration, as I collect from the history of that administration, was the Peeple arc sovereign if I gain their sanction, il is enough.' " Ag-iiiu 44 He nppesrs in his administration to have regarded the People as above the Constitution and Laws, and to have held that he secured the highest possible sane lion lor his acts hen he had secured the popular approbation, formally and infor mally expressed. A Confession The Augusts Age, a Locofoco paper, say": The Democrutie forty is rotten, its leaders are corrupt, no good is to be gained from a longer adherence to it, and unless it can be made to undergo some violent and radical change, by breaking it np and remodel ling it, the country is better offun!er Fe deral Domination,'' (meaning by the term 44 Federal" the friends and uphold ers of the Constitution of the United laics.) Htvivalof Iron Manufactures. Tl e Wyoming lrn Work, and the Rolling Mill at Wilketharre, recently purchased by Mr. T. T. Pnne. t re toon to be pul in operation. Other etiablihuienis kn the kind, in iliflVreni pait of t'le Sio , w hich the dull t met ha I brought to a stand, are again to be put in nio iuii. Tlie Lowell Courier sv that the Mer riuiaek Prinl Woikain hatciy iiuinifac ture rising one ihoiisml ieeet of ralieo per dav. The Mernmuk puns ae celebrated alloer Ihe country lor their beauty and durability Mississippi Reforming. Vtcks b'l.g Whitf, ol the lTti ultimo, has tue lollna ing encouraging paragraph-'4 Judge Gliolton, one of ihe Bond ruwnii'.ees f r C-nrc8, has roniueuced the etnv.tt in the north, and is handling Repadiatort without gbives. Very I III doubt exitta that the bnnJ-pnying ncket for dingiest wilt be elected by a la'ge mj'iity." Mr. (lay in Ohio The Oiio Sae J ninml ol the 29'h oil. statet t' at every dxtaration of Mai and Deleg.te Cuti- trau a ilirtat Cli Its lee ia f tWJ Jlr. Cltl asd thai Le ij arr it Suie in 1841. sea est Mr. V Caret. f m.y -iur Dmm9 t4tt it a ajtii faltlaia( as d.4 Gm. HnvMk k IS tO. SITRCUC CCCST. f ioae oor Ust a-iuce of this TnlB-jJ ieo loliewj!( Opiaioaa hue hrea, dtli trred; Dy Crrrur, C. J. ia JuI.okhi r . Kin raid, froaa L'uX3,c4rur,j dctree fur 1-liiMtii. "Alo, io WcLb r. FiiUlire, fmra Oaa lawditectln; a jodgneot to hi envsred forplaiauff. Also ia lie Stale la ate of Eoddie t. Viek and others, front Natl, afirniine the jadgmeal below. Also ia. Slate Sandy, (a fr'ave.) fro at New Iltnover, dkecung ihe judgsarat to bo arretted. Also, ia Fleauoi v. Ssrgia; in Equity, from Hurke, directing tie hill ta be dis missed, so far ae it seeks H have lie deed to D Durgin. Sr. declared void ai d a re- lerrore, u piainuns moose lo lake an ac count of the defendant's mortgage debt, tie. Ah4, in Lewis r. Bnrjia, ia E'luitw from Durke, dirrciing a reference. Also in Crawley e. Timl-rrlake, io. Lquity fteaa,taswcil, direcung an inqub Also, in Mosby a. Hunter, from War ren, airirn ng tao judgment below. Also, in Ives v. Jones, from Currituck, affirming the judgment below. Also, in W alker a. Crowder, in Equi ty, from Caswell. fly DaMCL. J. in Bell a. Jasper, in Equity, from Hyde, directing an inquiry. Also, in State v. Bell, from Edgecomb, direetitig the judgment to i aQamed. AVo. in Hellen r. Noe, from Carte ret, duelling a new trial. Also in Cheshire t Chehire. in Equi ty, from Davie, declaring the plain aiff en titled in me purchase money, alter deduct a reasonable compendium for acllinir tie slaves. By Gmtox, J. in Coxa a Skren, from Davidson, affirming tie judgment below. Also, in Foster r. Craig, in Equity, from Davie, declaring thai die pla ntiff is entitled lo bae ln contract of purchase set aside, and directing the necessary in quiries. AUo, in Saser r. Jones, in Equity, from "Wayne, declaring the plaintiff en tided to restitution of whatever Ae hat lost by teason vt lie recovery at law,&e. Jicgister. We learn thai a case which has excited some inquiry and interest, las just been decided in die Supreme Court of tlie State. It is that of Eringhaus, Cftfhier, 0. H. N. Williams, C.C Green, C. M. Ford, tt. , Williams and Green borrowed, iu June, 1812, about 4,400 dollars, in several noe. of the D ranch Rank of the State of North Carolina at Elizabeth City, and, at ihe ins ance ol Williams and G recti, ihe note were con solidated and amount paid in Virginia notes. It wae proved thai Ute terms were, as to one or the no ($2,000,) that t no borrowers should receive Virginia notes and pay in Not th Carolina notes; and that Virginia notes were between 2 and 4 per cent, belmv North Ca olina note', and 7 per cent, below speeie; but, that Virginia notes were current to purchase produce or goods, the Sheriff receiving them for debt. The court pronounced the agree ment usurious and contrary to the statute, and awarded a new trial. Standard. 1XD1GO A New Orleans paper rays that the low pi ice of cotton has di rected the attention of planters in ihe south-western part of the State to the cul tivation of indigo. Il was formerly a pro-' Stable crop, but has been driven out of the market by the indigo from tlie Urit ih East Indies, Manilla, the Phifipine; I -lands, and South Amciica. It is said that in some places it cm be made a more pi off table crop than cotton or sugar. JEjrportation of Coiton Goods. A Bos ton correspoadeat of the Rochester De mocrat furnishes that pip. r with a state-. .a a a aa' mem, laKentrom toe custom-nonseonoKs, to the amount of Domestics shipped from that part during the last three months. The aggregate amount is 12,803 bales and 39 case, equivalent lo m -ro than nine millions of yards. The total amount of sales of cotton goods alone uf Massa chusetts and Rhode Island manufacture, wi bin three mouths, is estimated at $ot, o.co,oca. . Net? process of Counterfeiting. The Cincinnati JSuii savs: 44 We have heard it asserted tint -a process of counterfeiting! bills has been disco verc-vl in this city by the daguerreotype, which will become a subject for legislation, or the whole coun try will he flooded with notes that cannot be detected, so perfectly are they drawn . Iroin the original. A Loco Foco paper says, 44 the snow has been falling upon the Whig party in Indiana" to which a Whig journal re plies, "So it lias; but beware! when that snow nielteth, then will come a food, that will sweep before it evety trace of Loco Foeotstn." There was a similar Whig snow storm in 1839 but in IftiO the fluml followed, and so it will again. A Mr. Paine of Worcester, Mate., is constructing a telescope which wdl be the 1 rgenl in the world, nearly double the size and power of Hertchcll't; it is expected ihatasironoraic.il science will be vastly enUrged t-nd benefited by the ute ol ihls instiu nei.t Ii is to be lofty-eight feel long, a .d lotir let t in d ameler. ' THE MAnKCT?."- ' f e rsWf, Utfttmtt It. . Tobe friers ird devaward, par ticvlsHy f. Lg ssd low qaal-y Leaf L.-f 11:00 lo t.tr; Uaf 9X:Zi t 7,00. WI.ett-1 m declsoed, Xei TAtt SJ: WU 9 to X Cenoot-Verj ba (blag. at ej lo Z. FlOBf, S3alrT3 . S 25 SO a m 91 a C 23 a Tt Salt (sach.) (bethel. Cettea, Eeeswax, Ciiiluarf.. Died ia WasLirga, Jf, e. oa, Fri day tla 1 2 A instant, of congestion of the fc rein, the Re. CaartL FtTBraTox, Minister ia eharge of the Metludjt roo g regatioa in that plaee. M r. Featherston was 1 act led a year or two ia II iU.boron jh, and was highly redeemed by our citizens. H'w death will be deeply lamented by hlsJ numerous k u4t. - VctLIy Almanac. SEPIEMD'R bun I aa g w w P S m m E riMWMVK i ti Sunday,, 0 Zi Monday, 8 23 Tuesday, 0 Tl Wednesday 28 Thursday,' 0 29 Friday, 6 30 Saturday, 6 1 1 " ',' ,', f I5&J " i 1 1 ... 2 5 28 -e TO m e t rt 3 5 57;w0-,,tt 4'5 8tT on 5 554 5 .Tlcrclinnls. VfY Y rail sttx a ( HATS aad CAPS is now ceeiptele, ) aha 1 1 receive aecctsiona ibrriitf during ibt aitajuaviliree fr mm the ta tiuus Hiauafarmiera wnti hom o wdeia are lIL'. I. deem it eanecettary le enumerate the ea riout stylet and qualities f rnit wloth I h now ia store- s flie it i tit ilitt tn atarl mtut. aa MMial, embraces cvrry article sept ia flat etablietimenl, all ol bich bare baea ae leettd by niftcif, atU-oeJera tkaa out early in I be aataii. I invite my fc.rmer ruttamert and others who expect lu furnith thrmrelvet in the Peter. burf and Richmead warkeu, lo ive a j Mock aa eutuiuaiioa. FRANCIS MAJOR, Syeaaiaie strcU, PeUrtbury, Va. Septenibetli. i 4w Fall Importation. 1843, . THY the arrival d lu an 41 4 Cicbeid Ander - ton" trom Lim tooliu City fomt, and one ol the Liveipui l ana New Vuik Patkeia, we bate been plated in putttttion ol ttr KXTEXS1VI AMD WCLL ASSORTED IMPOR tatlON OP British Dry Goods, n viea iu tiie c giwii, i.mu eitu o.vcii ! kite by una ol our 0 in in pcrtun,nd .unhaa- u in iie iwiuauaiiy ceprtaaau aiaia ul iiiute uiarkeie lor CASH, eaub lug ua lu itTsr r'u rcicu Unui a at urnttt wlneo iuuii oleaae. aud wbieli rl be found, on examination, lu be Tal ly at Iom aa tnej can be (juicliatsd Iruui uu. p r.ert at tho North. Added lu these, our aup by of American Fabrics. pu.tii.aiU 111 lue uiunib fct Aujuei, (in iuuv aijlua a profit tower lliaa lliey ceu uuw be put iiused i.-'l ("tin alloeelbuf a iu. injl tiock ut kooUa, luliy equal, il nok tiijieiii r. lu Dial ol an) house 111 Vnf mia, and wlneh n o v ill tell fur cauli, or Iv ( Uuvliiai eu.lum ait 011 our uauai liberal lern.i, PAUL, McILWAlfiE & CO., ImporUrs end. Ir kattialt Vteters in Ut Gvtiilt, Sycamore Street. Petoitbiitg, Sli. .i. 34- Equity Sale UY virtue of a decree of 1 1 T the Court ol q nty lor Uiai k I wli& eomity, at Ihe Ute term, m lnu .fcayai ct ot Tliuuiua rtucett, auurr u u.i.-.i jjhn uraui ami omare. 1 win ouoi lor aale, el th courl boute in II aViburotigli, on trie 231 i!ay ol October next, to lite lug heel bidder Pr teariv mnev, the STORE" HOUSE AND LOT on Ciitirtnn l;eit in llillaliiirulili, late y ill enpied by Wil iiiin eton, btins ihe properly of Ihe ht'ir at Ijw ol Tiuiiiitt l. Cramtlevd. and tieini! part uf lot N. S6s acioiding lu Hie plan ol in mvr. JAMES. WEBB, c. & si. S member t W- Public Safe. (FN tVe Inrsday the 85ili of October neat, if fair, if nl ihe ih xi fair day.) ai the iae rcf doiuci f illis Sellers, do ea d, wll be exposed to public talc, to tbe highest bidder, all Ihe peiithab'c properly of tbe laid dtccaa ed, rmtci.-li ii of The crops of Cortu Wheal and Oa.isk Four valuable Mules, Four or five good farm Horse, The stock of Cattle, comprising gbod Milch Cows and Beeves. A large number of Hogs, Plantation implements, two agss and dear, Smilh'a Tools, two Still. The Household and Kitchen Furni ture. A credit of twelve inoiitln will bo given; bond with good teeuiity i qmretl. ;tj Al Hie a.inie lino and place the NE GKOF.S belonging lo tbe estate v. ill be hired, ai d tue Land, incluilme a Saw and Grial Mill, rened I'm the remainder ol Ihe present and the whole f lb- ens'iina year. PEYTON P. MOOUE, .fc&n'r. Santi ruber 19. 9i Notice ff A'J away from the tubtcr b r while at Me - eon H il. in Urenyo county, on the 13iii i.islant, a Negro Man bv the name. of JOHN, Iweniy-eiyht year old, tix leel high, atoul hiiilt, Utlerahly blsck, imJ h. t oueor (wo jomlt oft a i.ne one or two of h'wstoc. A roato iabl ruwarl will be given f..r,it apprehention and delivery lo Thus. T- Ma K-in Oranee coon ty, N. C,r to the euh c iVer, in Chettaceouu ty, Union Du r.ci, s. C " . SAMUEL VANCE. Septsnibfr-13. xt ?2- ttJU Toiaca i, int. Frc !t rail HfiY C CCD.. - EDVIIN JAMEH tfsv rctmW-ivVlrrfc'.v - ir .9fT-y a KiCIl. FAN! Y AND STAlLE Dry Gocds, M mmk l. t liae it kaw tttr'nri he ciJ mIm.,1 , mfM Ik lral ru a. ml' U Lr ia f'frM 4mm. Ikfj srepr-.' i ffitrgttai --itbrls, fcf ii pint m pttlsf , tiwir itrmt, Taet iatut al tiunt le titkt I ta.av. MtlkrMIk r ir fa-Hfm''4ie eet espetict Atrfcer ar CULllUILOniS feu, 1 1 10, l-lWf,tllt.M.4K,fc tntnlmf. 5-. 4. t f !? t EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF I1UY GOODS AT PIEUO AUCTION - (fiN Teeta tbtf tk da) tLSepttaiber east, w at lOf'.Uk. 4 s. tt fW.n ftr4 im etl al pblie bm-immi hi iliot. prtefe. berg, the thitt STf'ii S CI CUC lii fMcpere Traaia. L(ttMt and Jkaua. Tfcie h-Mk wa. kt ihe am pat I, ac'etlrd ia tl H mt c Tf i ik bv a eurrie. eJ had Cutri it lm araaua. ti taiaieesiva 'rand lt e-Ntt-d, tHbrt,if ,.rj ttrM-iytf u oc Muaoy itmui ia Hit l'r U. ! bwfiiir, eJ mil ox d i U onb I3(G al tel price. ; We ptei-i-tttai'y iaiiierirj VereltSKla to atlead lite aala. at frnMWit9 taelteil c- pvrtauitv fcf la) tag tti a ft mI atacne cui, aid a Ihe must rrataaabie lertaa attuti on oie rarely i ff. ra. 4 TtKMS-Ute than 1100. eitk, tntwrea f 100 ad S0O. tixi data; belwfta 100 ) 00 iota auuu i ha; over 5tn, tit tttoaiLa, Ar pwved edra d ee(oi table ptprr ia eaek ate. Tbe tale ill reatiaua frern 'tv ta 4 ruitil fretai-UHd ... .. , . . B JOHNSON. jr UiVU HAY, Teuetee tf Va,nuwi Fsirtoo. S.lt eeailiteted Vy JUOS BKVNCtl BROAnct". Petrrrbttr?, Aayuai Ji. , 91 I tla A frcIi supply of ; Spohn's Head ache Remedy, Ilewca' celebrated KUeuuiaiic Nerve and Bone Liniment, " Bartholoniew'a I'ioli Expectorant Syrup, Indian Vepetable Elixir, . Ualley's Magical Pain Extractor, Komstock'a Vermifuge. Jual receiaed and fur aale al tliia elTii e Septembers.' '' ' '90 100 Dollars Reward. TyASaiole freiu the atere of ihe eubaeri bera, ee tbe tvenine l Wedottdayit.e Sfih. till, while we tre at aopper, e Pocket Book, containing ebi.nl one buio'red and aiiy doMara in Baak biPaoribe denomination -f foim one to tn dollar, logtthtr with ibe fol lowioi! nolra it band, a. one ca Ji t ih 1 , r. ner,eq. for f 150. pt)aLle lo Helena k lni mer for bnrroeed mcueyi one oe Stmuel lb I nan for $10, fr borwoed nw-neyt one on C Campbell. eq. for I0, for boirowed )iu oeji one on William IV. AHiaou for fCO, Diado Datable lo Ji.aciili B. Alliaao and endoraMl h i i . - - bira to Ibe tobtt tiberaana on Thoinaa Crtb. tree, peyal le lo L K. Stutf:d, and etaigned tout by 1. 1 in for g (turn i.ol reioUetieu';) one on Pate Se.ileil, poyahle lo Cel. W ni. T. Sliielrli. and acaijned l ta, Ii r or there about; one on Jesta O'Da-Mel An 4: 10, pty able to the eubat ubeia.oneon rreilenek Hor nea: paytl us u.lienry Uatnn eaq for f 4, and one on Jooiea M alitor, jr. payable lo Ri pa Cojijina. for $J4:2J. - All pereona are fore wsrtilreen trading for any of I he Mid note, or the makere from paying I hem io any per ton but oiKaelvea, at aoiie of them have bet a transferred by u. A .r.i i ... I,.,...!...! .t.,it.,. - :n l. ney. with evidenee lo eonvici the thief. NELSON & LATIMER. Septembers. - ao CHINA, GLASS , and Earthenware. 1"ilal Ba uflTTPir .iiw m ciiaajiaa) IMPOHTEn, Sycamore Street, 1'etereluri, Va II tS n w I'pen a full t p ( v f CHINA, of various kinds and qu:li tna. . . fiLASS, Cut, Pressed and Plain. EARTHEN ARE, of every de icripiion. lie will aupp'y himself by importation with Boorlt, and purcheteit who may tavor him w h a call may depend upn having foode of the betl e,italiiy, peeked wi.b great vare, and on leaannehU-. lermt. ' Sep.'ciuber 5. 90 iotice. C1 ENCR AL Iritert of adminitiratinn on tt e M male of W IM IS SH.l.F.RS, dec. having Iwen geaited tn Uie unileiaif ned by ihe t: Oil of Pleat and t(uarerSiaioiisrrOrnge conn ly, August Te.-m, 143 all poiaontiodebied 10 tiie said estate trc lureby notified to onke payment, and thote having claime ayaintt ihe estate to freenl them vri'bin the lime pre tetibed by l iw, or.lhia notice .ll be plead in bar of a m PEYTON P. MOORE, Mm'r. Sep: cn.b r t. , . . 90-- Notice. HWINU qnalifie ' a' AiijSuat rerm. 1 843, at the County Com I ol O- ange, at adnnnia trator on the eatate ..f Col. 1 1 ER3 E UT 5 1 M MS, deceased, a'l pirjona indebted lo aaid oetate are hereby r qt;ii.U to come forward and make Miiinedule payment, aa no iinlnlgeiiee will bo givn; and ail ptrione havii.p alaimt aainrt a iit eatate are hereby ieq lirej to present them fr payme.il, duly auliicnlirai.d, within ibe time prearribod tin law. otherwise (hit nolue will be pleaded n bar of their r-ovory.- C. W. JOHNSTON, .J.V. Sep) ember 2. SJ0 Dissolution. TtftlCKLt, & UKVOUU beg leave to ten der their grateful aeknowledi:emenia l r the liberal patronage exWnded e thin; ai d at the. firm haa been diaaotved by miiteat tor. tent, tiiey ro;aett thote indebted lo them lo eall and close their aettutnta. The bueinea will in futore be etiried on by V. Vll( Kl.R. who will kniiii mmiinllt mi hand a good aupply of CROlEbiES, and all other anielea ia hit line. July 18. . -8 lob Printing EXECUTtD AT THIS OFFICE.