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Act infrv tim U 4 it ui.nct-H Ha4 liar iu V-Caiv cai! rJ t rvii!rJ ariifi l!r tL b!4 tlanjt I juia ia i!ir rwsrv I but r aiiiaMia m U rraJrr aim a:jinr, a at uj U-e prai tlea i!i'J I f t!tt lu! anJ drif at ,U anxrt t prrav.at artosctrf ic f -rmatlfa iLe r1jni, wi'J.ait m t frjrtufi f ary pruuo'it:! is'rrrt ci aari y. fa rwxaii lnir.. tVa, the xitiua tf jestiris, me 3wU not I vo imM ar;y r.fil lint t frf th onr Urat Vir!pthr for the t.a an J t!.e ?nrtiT to fpr-tT au l t:te ptire uf all t t ai!irl4 rut V r-T Lawile. Iltc Mr. ?rI-Ar i4ttp- !y icri Ce4 at t!e rU ar.4 rt sen t& uta trt ia Larlt Mr. r41k L t!t-i'S l.ii it L Mt the laliJ iuua. VLa a x XTcr.KLiTa y.M.Li: VTmw I tJri.pr4 to ll& ra . tildt 4 .Cottoa) at Cl , -'-'W'1 ' Tl mmmnmm" 9 M Vei. Zr t C. 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Finding that l.e nerer i Tbe riorltla Wectloo. V' an Kr)rwed Ut ck at areing a UrUKlit tiiat Mr. tVfl, th. W'Ut e-wiUUte ibr Congnm ia nrvj. haJ bcatra Mr. BrorkruUuH, tit. Iv ri but tlia MaU-aw nt rmnie through Dcmo- rrtir ir e did nut know hut there anight 1 I turn, truth ia it. It aprais now that Mr. J!McliMiS.H)(;h U ckrtrJ, but bj a very alim t jnritv. Hhoukl thw b. rug, it h wrll oWo J, hii party hi but lillkcauat toriulu rUrt tnf with a rhur ajiritT of more than one tlwu al, and aith all tit. advantagra which th. auo trt J hit party rtowhere waaealryUbd to gire, a kM bra tun to aitliin a fcaiebrradih of a aVfat. Anothrr auch r: xj wauU ruin the par It ia Flod la. Ilhe loilowini Unpiape, with aatniirh un roni'trii at !:e aould atltaile 'Yat.lfc liiHHiir ; We !ie already mentioned that a tartflT meeting a aa held at PilUbtirjh ou m the2ltint.ai vhirhihe Il'in.Thoj. j UuriiM!e preaided, A numh?r nf cliaw 1 a a a m . unjrtuMifHi (entictnen oi ti.e wenern and eonld f nt i!it of lit pptr i t!-c tuoru in; until In m-iiliur iiaJ tint ierunl it. he auWriljf.l tur to ecj i". aul bad one regularly mert el at hi ntigh!Mr'a i-u.r, at the fame lime that he roeeiui! Ii own. TLU put t!e ftearapaper bmrwaer, who are alwy. hcu;vnl pfnl, i:st a grent p-waion, hut it tared Ihe i'llncr.her liora. l'infh l.e eeury W Msvr, ahtrh lr lad a ta es;ett ia irbtit tlretn, and wlot k. R brlia-re J Rut teta lrBai!:iL Vr. MrlinW cot j ilie cuaa ta he tiil!l mii!:;"awj if the ra-j r.tor i.-U.h ere ri.f s:!4 trje.aihl.l UUvte iLe crater run re true, be I3 I rrtura to tl.e la".iri uu a it asear'r a e I I'rriuu a prae iu-i4e f mliUy ia May or Tlrre U a!o a raiaor re peetirf eeruia ppipniiit,at n'A ja hate txt-a m-te to Ue tiu". enusekt at V4!ioston, Ity r!-r v( A Bnah Ooieramc-nt, whirli oriler, ii i zuci'u 1, itmi rm!ed ly 0 Ctrat V Umi a ft w djyt ii.cv. -Tl.re rumi-r. in a icore luu !4- f na, hie f.nii.J tK'ir w ar into U;e m-a spar era. The paa cjf thia roomintf roiiuius a ery ehar and ulkiiuil tutf!utal of r.ht ia raid in W II.- UJNTOi r. I rt timt. JCaeaae ff.. ""'"' ' ;" rpHE aiSrtf?.r, taviu. f a ivn.f - ua C.U. lluii al Vt . A. Cfat. la.w a Nr.Va'iD co.vrr.irrn Atoitr. MKXTur co .r.s. axIraXrt 'au t rnr rU! eJj ! ia t!, .-k' t. at I i ! t,-.vl. IX t. J. I. KULUtMTa mm. Ur he wwl4 in " I'm otj KU"fii aa1 f L-a-i k m 4 t-ui hi rfjtk. ,Lkh i3 1 Lm Ik -h.' U wt t! tibww fiTUrilCN JiQGKF. aetjae nee that may, far iVosa pttvent- j J(, .tja, oVi'liA, lit i A". ! eriine, evcniu iuy peril ilie fair atljti'k toU UJrpmdtMt, un4 iofam a ikrncxni I of priiifiiha which taay wor!i t'u-ir way rentre eonnnet wete prevent and iwitiei. ,rom n7 nu,rB auuoyanreirjrn i:i-irtuar- eelinj. The eneeiut ibiu'r XeiT Tork Th. a'ertion in he Suu of New York took place on flu 4th liiat and haa re : aulkJ ia taa auroma of th. Locuf.iroa. F'w rr tam hare yet brea m-nrd. In th. city of New Vork, for Senator, Cm eote. were, for Sanfonl, lo, l.23j BraduA, Whig. 11,735; Ely. Na. tie, a.filS ; TieaJwetl, National Refuraier, CSO. AnJ for the AawmMv, the Lorw. ha-, carried their whol. tkket, 19 memlicra. La4 year there were 16 American Rcpuklicana and 3 Deiaoa. IfCTT Jeraey-Jn thie atate, on th. 4th, an etortion waa hekl for neajera of Ilia Bute Le giatature, and on. rrpreacaUlive it, Congreaa to (ill a eacaury. Tint miiu. ait nut M Lu, t.ut enough ia kaowa to warrant th. coucUiaion that New Jeraey remain. Whij. a - pauu in me meeting. I ne i ji-ct in hol iin? the meetin? acemi tu , , . . i . nave neeir m leaiai tne a iernation or modifieatioa of the tariff of 1812. He do not Lnmirthnt thtre it any intention rf liilurtin tht tariff, at leaat to any grealettent, and theniure do not ace the nrtr'aify of hnkling mast meeiinga upon the auhjeet." We rrpeat that the ahnve ia ahnut at coot aa any tiling we couig unngine in Hiut way. e a nppote it ia a niurh aa to y ihe lcin) Ivania delegation hare na intention of MiIitQrbiiie the larifl. We eall the attention of the, IWth Caro lina delegitiuu to ihia expresiion. Fifty-thteewa:r!8, filleil with thewxTc and rhattlcs, wives and children, of tini. grants in seareh of the promisetl land," rnsscd through thia town on last friduy. The mad ia nt all times literally Mocked up with all sorts of vehicles. .ItffviUt Mat. Tbixitv CitrrxH Own. Soja W may he formed of the magnitude of thia ustrumciit, which cost IIO.OUO, when we state that it U 53 feet high, 3 J feet Ccep, and '17 feet wide. I he forgctt me tal pipe, which will be aeen in the church, ia five feet in C'icuiiifcranee, and thirty eight feet in length. There are to be four separate or;au, known as great or gan, cho'ir organ, small own. and pedal organ, eontainin; in all 2l(i9 pipes, and the entire weight ii e.umated at upwards of foi ly ton. rue bun. Great Fire In WIlmlnsloivA fre lroke out in Wilmington, at about half pant ' It oVU k on tli. jiKun'uig of the 4th inst which, aith the eierptkm of two building, destroyed the whol. of th. aquane bounded by Market, Front, Dock, and Water atreeta. It commenced in a mill ahed-lik. wondca building, in Hendereon's alley, not far from the centre of the aquare, and radiated ia all d jrectiona, and at half paet three o'clock the work af (Wrurtion was done. The number of buildings deatroyed waa between 40 and 4 5, of Which 9 1 or 33 were of brick. 'There were lir time foatiliea living on the equarc; most of the bvJdings being uxed by retail dealer, of diflerent kiada. Tlie larger part of almnet every ; atock of goada waa raved before the fire reached Ihe at ore containing it, and aotne aaved about eve- rj thing. ! The Iom ia estimated, in building at $0,000, and in inen-handue at $40,000; of which about 55,000 ia covered by insurance. The Chronicle statea tliat "during the progrosa of 111. fire, a aid accident bcfrl out worthy and reteemed Magirtrate of Police, Col. John McRae, who,whilathuiii1yengagenn discharging the du ties of Fire Warden, waa caught under the falling wall of a building, and had the bone of hie left leg meet dreadfully fractured. Thia melancholy eau alty haa excited throughout the community feelinga of the profoundcat aympathy and tegrct Fhe United States brig Somers arrived I at Pcnsacola on tne ZCkIi uttliiii,nuiu Ve ra ('ruz, in seventeen days. The United States steamship Mississip pi arrived M Pcnsacola on the 29th ultimo from Vera Crsz direct ,in five days. A Pcnsacola letter published in the Mobile Tribune says: M She brings important communications ffrom the Mexican (iovernment so im- portant, indeed, that the Princeton was 'dispatched with duplicate copies, and ' both steamships were directed to reach Coop. Mny years ago, nor far off, a certein justice was railed l jail to liue rate a wortlilcss debtor by retcivinz his oa Ii that he was not worth five dollars. Wtll. J. lmtiv. s.id the justice, as he entered, "can you saear that you are not worth live dollars and never ill be: "Why," answered the other, rather chagrined at the ijuestion, " 1 cut swear that I am not worth that amount at pre eat- . .. " Well, well," returned the justice; " can swear to the rest; so step forty ard, Johnny." Princeton has not vet arrived, having been beaten hy the Mississippi. "To-ilay being a mail day,theeommu- i nicniion were immcdiatclv carried tin to Pensacola in the United States steamer Gen. Taylor, and thence dispatched to ashtnston M The Mississippi brings no general in- telhgcnce or interest. On the second day of her leaving Vera Cruz the Princeton was in sight, but was not seen alter wards. She is, Irowever, expected in hourly. Our esteemed fellow-citizen Christo pher Hughes, esq., is on a visit to this ci tv. TVe are glad to sec this worthy gen tlcman return home in firm health and sin gular freshness, fiom a thirty year's scr vice of his eountiy abroad. Aat. Intel. The Pottsville (Pa.) Journal says it is . 1 JU .. II I a. IHl'4lllV lllUl HIWIV IMUII U1IV IIIIMIWM .ww Col. JameaT. Miller wa. al e.uSht under th. ( M j th:lt dur. Bamsuiing mam, and i.ad one oi svn con-, i)(f tho p.,sl vrarin making improvements aiderably bruiacl." !t.farious liinds. At lcust six hundred The building h vhieh the fire originated had ww houses for miners have been built, ex been unoccupied for aine weeka, and there i no ' cU8ive of tliose in the large towns. doubt that the liatrou conflagration was caus j . ed by the hand of a diabolical incendiary. The, fltE PlTTSB'RO " StBiKK.'1 The Chronicle aaya two or three attempts had been' "strike" among the factory operatives at made before, within a abort period, to fite the! Pittsburgh, which has recently attracted a mare. a good deal of public notice, has ended After the occurrence of hta fire, the Commit- J as such movements generally do, in con aioneraofthetownof Wilmington paaacd an ordi- firming the old prices and the old order nance prohibiting the erection of any but fire- ngs- - 'c lactones were sioppeu of Ui0.a.a!.ip. V'!rit then hu!l 1 d.Mie in the aleupt to iiitrcJiu-e t!e I e--. ; ... w.w utbu w K 1 m 14. via.. m. a i . ........ .. . t 1 . . . . . .. I m a . rupfay ret lete w t h mo utrrewl Ui l..c . , ri,n,.suiQ1, ... lJlt fo!Um ip- war!t . I t d 5 II O . C T I? , fc ,, . . , ., I The nre.it W cdera, Imwcvw, aaweawwed r r.Ncn "r, t.aiB r-ec-tu Is I .a i wuuUBiem to naesintn IVtUp . . , , , . . . f j 1 tlv uf C.Jfl ;cU a? tu k are f?w,or in fact tions wlta would. have ; jjriii4i4ieuiini,waitiinta i aula BmcH,pia"snw , ttif teiaerity la ina that enaie alwiul J tmuaiV .-.t opja the U' c. " wt hi-.) tri t t be I niiai!ied thsn it new is i:i ihe! Vnt tirUuin now p .' u tort Oft. I.r. rvmc-U frin 7tI5t ii sre.-,i a- jority instances. Bat tint the ' & r!?" " Amrrf W-btU d f.cm 15 m - Koduetion of the Peniteutiarv tvstem is & V-Tri.fl'tf ll !r.?.T VAV-miZZ, A T - desiraMe, i. a cumion fr.gl.l with' con-'"- "ZZrZ: ' fVh1 s !B3 T -:x. x in i.e j,y viii Uir ia r r iw U It O C E R I EH arcrI:ii: to .luXtr.Va w dim tVy are oi-rrd -y ai.y oc ri v W IlliOL COOKS funa Aed to a!I who c:ay at i!y at tl fol -a i : It jj.n a I.ut;iiU uramaiar, M Ldtitt do. " tJre.li do. Wuiwetei. Coiap, Ck-iicoiiry, Aii.wc4rth'a do. 1 levcrett. Latin Liieon, 4 IVx-ncgata's do. 4 Eullioa. Latin ReatJer, , Caw, Gould'a Oxid, Bviwrn. Vir;il, I Andrew a eHHuet, Anthon. Cicero, 1 1'ol.wn'. Iivy,. Creek TiUum nt aud Lei.ii, Owcu'. Xeuuhun, Jlca.oral Uia, Eiiicrwi.'a Aiiihiuau.', thi art, M do. 3d uoit, Tiercc'e Alpelra, t.eometry, Trigonometry, Cicero' Tmr.slaiu.ns Monse'a CScojraj.hy, Mtiii'a Iu't!(v.l'urtioa, Mit.v.i ir A nr. Ueng. A At! Rout's I'enttiiasliip, a-itiJ, Alo a variety of other Cool nut taJ, oi the aainc trrni. R.aland' Bi-t Mill Kwa at fCCO. ; Collin' Cenuiuc Aiew at i Uti. Meat rt le of tf L atlir r at I7 cen'a. In coKlin, t oidy h e to ny to tho- who may eill on me to np-nd ttwir money, that tUy hail not go away dlaappobited. . . .. . , : 11. MCHOI. October S3. ' CO 77ie Chrono-'ltrtnal Su-tetn ofMtii' tint.- Tin new atttrai f inediciit. is aorkmg aondera, says a New York ta per. Dr. Tutier, oi.e of o.r bet rht.i- eians, f rict cra aoltly nu iha ay.tem, and Willi th. uil emiKenisucreaa. 1 be w f e of the writer of ttw parjirj:h was fir gone widi puhu'inarv roiiyi.iiipiiot when Dr. Turnet was el!rd lit pieciibe for her. In less than a toiimghl the was atioiger and beaUhier than ah. had been in five ears before. W. can tell of over a dczn caaea which Dr. Turner lias Ire .ted with tlie like surce. Tl.e Chrouo-Theimal system will entirety change th. prae ice ol medicine and subvert the old syitn uf the regular h,eulty, More anon. i:iu aoiety, anl earrapt aaJ vitiatti tltc whole fountain of jurisprudence. , 1. It is a questioti which will sdaiit of grjve debate, whether the pret nt pains and penalties" d-i not as effectually secure the greater amount of gixtd to the coavict and society is tiie intro.iueuon oi wr u-o-nian enaetmenis could possibly do. The truth is, that if penalties are not propor tioned according to the turpitude of the offence, society commits a legal and moral nmm u.it..li .lilai.l.ina. ttkn rrAlt aTknlirlta. briuro of personal stud aVK'ial nghts, sets tlie whole system to oscul iting, ami anar chy must necessarily enue.. We wul stop here, and drop an inquiry that liny have a tendency to lead the mind to a proper conclusion on this point. It was tlie rcmarlt of ons ol the stauncliest friends cl political and civ.l liberty in another he rniepherc, " that if we wish to understand tlit nature of tho laws, and character ol the ruV-rs, we must look at the people :" a seitimcnt as profoundly just as it-was patio'.ic. Now examine your court dock-, etsland compare them with the rmirds of tny state where the Penitentiary sys ten has been introduced, and wImi will sufjr by the co&parMont Will New Yoi., where the tide of iniquity rolls liU aQootttanu me moral "ana h-at vmc are bren througli without remorse, natch less Cijitri ion ! How docs tlie old " Key stone'istand in thif' respect; their crimi nal prisons filled to repletion, jind its most populjr cliicf magistrate censured by his pointful bssocutes for his wholesale rc prievls, evincing an amount of crime un parall led - in criminal convictions f In whatia plight is Maryland and the Old Donijnion ? Tlie hitter, considering tlie rigid police regulations of her Penitenti ary, iidia-es her convicts to brave death rather than endure " the ills they have." And it it to be supposed, that a system whoscj operations and tendencies cannot suppress crime and throw restraints arouid the vicious ui5re firm and pre venting, fehotild lead us to abandon a well tried system for one hypothetical and pie carious f We had better adopt the philo sophic maxim, that it is " better to bear proof building on the burnt vy penalty. .strict, luidcrahca- " WHIGS THE SAME EVERY WHERE." In our response to the article of the Standard on this subject, the North Carolinan professes to think we made "rathe an unwiae adiniamon." But he does this only throw dust in the eyes of hit readers. . Let him publish our article, and answer it if he ran. His attempt to identify the Whig party with the Abolitionists in the atute. of Massachuaetts, ia perfectly futile It ia known throughout all tlie country, that it was the action of tlie Abolitionists laat fait, to which th. I.ocoa . are indebted for their sueeeas in the Presidential election; and it ia the pie-bald complexion of his party, "held together by the cohesive power of public plunder," which gives them hope of sue tTM in future contests. To thia part of our arti eh t!i. Carolinian has nothing to say; he ia as for a short time, but are all at work again, with more applications for employment than can be met. The strikers have struck their colors, and gone to work again, as many as could get places. It is calcu lated that 25,000 dollars have been lost by the working people, by this ill advis ed proceeding. Heghier. All the ptancts, save Mercury, arc now above the horizon at seven o'clock P. M., and four of them seen with tlie naked eye, not to be mistaken Jupiter in the east, Mars injthe southeast, Saturn a few de grees west and nearer the zenith, and Ve nus in the southwest. Hcrschcl is at a point between Jupiter and Mars, but not distinguishable. On Wednesday afternoon a serious ac cident occurred on the Beacon Race FOREIGN. Eight Days Latrr From Europe, ' Adices from England, by the Cle do- iiia, are to the 19 h of October. No un provernerit in hareti p.0pect. The pn-c of ,fain ha advanced. The potato crop has brn injured in hngUnil, Scot land, and liel-nd, arid alao on the ennti oerit. Tlit cotton market is depresstd. Mr. Newman and his friends have gone to the Church of Koine. The political news is unimportant. The Parisian newspapers are angry with the Engl sh r iheir cmnmeiiW on ihe d' feat of the French troep in Algiers. I he Jesuits and Kadieats or Switzerland tie currying mt a fiticn warfare iu t'ie newspspm a v tr of on!s- In Ger many tlie new Church is atiti exciting at tention and making propter. Tlie papers rtcotd another liaV?r of tlie Fr neh troop in Algiers in which about 409 nu n, out o! 450, were cot down by the murderous fire of tb Arabs under the command of Abd-tl-kader. I now propose ta correct the a'tove sa' luer.t, sccarJin t' the rumor which I have heard, end u hit-h I huve strong reason to b Uevo is wcIl-fi ucdJ. In the first place, the instructions from tlie UrkUh Covt rnine ui. if mere arc any on the fciaiicc!. could not have Lecn receiv ed Ly Ihe Crcat Western, which arrived on the 23ih. because previous to tier ar rival the rumor was circulated in con fidential whimpers. I do not believe that any formal ;. rial proposition has been made, by order or bv authority ol tlie tinl.n uovcrn- ment, to the AdmiLUtration at Washing ton I do believe that fiome Br.av.Uior:zed su one net, bv a distinguished Britis h subject or subjects, and that these suggestion were courteously received. I think it propaMa that tlie ru'neet has been tin sente J to tlie Cabinet vhir their eotisideratton by the panics to wnoin u was originally auegesteu. 1 do believe that the terms and condi tions, as Stated in the Express, are sub stantially what was suggested by tlie un authorized aucnt or agents You may form an opinion of the sensi- tUeia'fs'ol our money market, when I state ilia! the rumor of amicable propositicrW, and the probability of a settlement of the Oieiou difficulties, had the effect of ruts- inj stocks from one to one and-a-half per cent, on an average. A Calm Observer. J. list lfl4lT;V rva, isjaa'-. fc-o J2gstions have been presented to some lie or mure of the members cf the Cabi- 43 to ro 73 to ti 75 ti Oi) 73 S3 75 I IC4 W' b 0 bS 7') 73 1 Jtj 1 ui CO 45 1 IS 10 Mr. Bkchaxan. The Washington U. States Journal says : . The political friends of the present Secretary of State in Pennsylvania, protest most firmly and unequivocally agnins: his leaving his pres ent position.. It is understood that he has fully determined to retain the situation he now holds so all speculation as to who ..h'i.-u: : :.n.. ...i ..: will uu ins suiccbbui, ia iuio uiu IULUi Dmi of Thanlitzivinsr. Thusday, tlie 20ih of Novemlier, has been appointed a a Day of thanksgiving in .Maryland, Pemv svlvania. and Connecticut: and kliso in the the ills we have, than fly to those we , Slates 0f few Hampshire and Massachu know not of." Unusual and vindictive I gPlls, Novemlier Giluwas observed as punishments generally fail in their object, j Thanksgiving in ( harlcston, S. C, by the tor mere ts mucii greater reason to tear j Cnpoiiitnient of the Mayor. that crime will go-unpunished, than it tlie j j,e (j0Vj punishment was milder. Juries will sel dom convict whore they find the law on erous and vindictive. But abandoning this whole ground, which the judicious w ill weigh well before committing them selves, there are so many inherent defects in the system, that serin to be as closely connected witli it as respiration is to con tinued vitality. It is tn violation of the great compact which binds society to gether. I. Its tendencies arc oSvimisly unjust to the mechanical snd industrial portions emor of Ohio has appointed the 20th inst. as a day of thanksgiving in that Mate. Senator Chosen ix Tennessee.- Af ter many balloting?, and " four days and a half of hard strugjle," the Legislature of ; Tennessee on the 25th ult. elected Hop ; kins L. Turney a Senator to Congress tor years from March lat. Ooituru'j-. Die.!, in this county, on the 27t!i ultimo, Mis FROM THE BAY OF ARANSAS. The U. S." Transport Steamboat Mon mouth, Captain Brfker, arrived at New Orleans on the 24 h nit. fritn Amusas B iy, wh'ch she h ft the 16th. The army at Corpus Chrioti, says ihe Picayune, as in go id bed1'!, except that few cues if dysemsry bad occurred. Three hundred Mexicans ventured wiih in 50 m lts of Corpu Chri-ti a few !ay iiice, in puiBvitof a body of Caroanehes, which hd been committing depredations on the settlements. The commander of the Mexicans, being an old acquaintance o.f Col. Kinney, sent word tojiim that he Should have called to see t i n, but was fearful that he might be censured. The parly under Capt. 131 ike had been previously sent on a reconiioissance, we believe. We have no furdier in'ellig'jnce whatever as to the army by this arrival. of society. Bv teaching th Villainous Maav Aaaaaa, daughter of Mr. Thomas Bur- fellow,, who has outraged the law and ; ton, aged 15 years, morals of societv, some trad orother, you j .. seek, by legislative enactments, t.i pour BRANDRETU'S PH LS 'This medicine ia the whole tide of corruption and venality j acknowledged to be one of the most valin.:e ev ainong tradesman and operatives of the j er discovered a a piintiei of the i blood and fluid, commntiitv.no matter what may have been ! w superior to Sareaiwrilla, whether as . Wlo their calling before, or licentiousness since i jf alterative, and sUnd? tiiiimu-ly ljefore all . . , . , r. ,, i ! the ppepar.iUons and comMiiations ot Men-.a'- conviction an l pimihment. Gathered ; rtive ,)roporlies are w of iucaleuWri. thus into one great focus, who is not pre-! yiiiw ,r t!ieje pins maJ. be taken daily for any pared lo expect villany taught a a science, jionod, and, instead of weakening, by the catliirtic and crime perpetrated as a holy day I crtivt, tliey aJd strength by taking away the cause - J '!. . , . ni i. ..r r. : 1.1.. ailllisemeilf. Am Vet Von ca 1 UOOIl US v.eaknes8. .uy nave m...v u. uic mi.K i,.A.v.nmil r,,.r.p5P bv l,o!r,.S!4 frnn- t,,at dead!y mills arid Tan ITard 6TII.L TOR KALE. THIS property, not having knen d'e-po'ed of, ia still oilcred lor sale on th. aime tern s u formerly adverti-rd. I will sell it nil together, or separate th. Tan Yard from ihe Milht,a uiay suit purciiaiier. AIo, a earo Man, at'Otit 25 years or are, a good dirtitter, sound and he.iltby, kucct, and of imtustviou f Ml temperate lml i'. ; Also, good Milch Cows, and a number of fin. Beef Cattle for sale. ALo, a good sew cast iron Bark Mil'., and two Copper .Boilers, for boiling tuu baik, ai.d tin. thiec-kor Wagon. A reasouable credit given on good fen'rity. J. S. SMITH. October 1. ' ( FOR NAIiE. .fVJl- THE subscrilier, having removed to the wcUrn part of the f tate, otfers for 'fif aa!e bis RESIDENCE and a xu.ail -Jut'LANTATION at Ililbdwteugh. Tlie Residence i situated o,i tli.it ! dutiful eminen". at the River, oserlooki.iT 1'ie town. The Houe is a ne.it, well-finh-hed beild:ig. of Four Riwim and a good tVlliir, connected with which is a commodious Olli e wilh Two Roop.s, and all necessary Out Buildings. The Lot con tains 16 acies of highly improved h'j.d. The PLint'ilion is in a few hundred yard cf the dellii!2, and eont.uaa lot aCics of fcrlija land. It has uu it several Bevcr-f.d'ing Sj.. intpi, aixl a valu ible Meadow, which jwld 20,000 lbs. of bay per eunum. A n extended cmlit will I given on the proper ty, it' desired, ca good bond and pcrsoaai security vi;h iiiteitvsU For fuitlier f arti.-ulirs rcf.-rcru-c is ni.ide to Ciy agent, J. W. Noiwoiid, at Iliii'e. U(;h. joscrii c. NOiaviiOD. October 15. . eS tooth are not injured the Mercury. The bones and limbs are Cli-se to ns support, as wora oi pot:u.ai , Mn,ivwjI0; but. instead of the distress- ; i , -i - .. . jmig.iiiwu, aiiu .lory m wiukj hp die t securing associates infamously r criminal. We protest against such a system, whose execution requites us to receive repro bates from the whole fraternity of crime, as equals, equally repugnant to our lecl injjs, interests and inclinations. And yet a svstem like this, wdtich fraternizes crime with honest industry, is to receive the plaudit of society and sanction of leg islation. r There are many views corolla ry to theee which I would desir to pre sent, if yon would favor me with a pub lication of this; but more anon. JUSTICE. rK. Jamr; S. Smith, ii.ten.luig to to I voie Limclf exclusively to Ike liutics of his profes-sioii. ot'irs his .srviecs t.j the ptbiic, tnd will thankfully receive any call. August 19. tf33 'Notice. V"OTICE i given to all H'rsoiii having suits k iu the Cjuuty Court ofOrioijc ".Idch havo been peudin moie than tweWe inontlis, and it w!ii" h co-iU hive u. beeiC ad, that ao licatbu will be made pt the ner term of s.iid laurt tor executions in al! ry'a cases for the .Clerk's Fees; and that i--vi;om have already been oid-.vvjd hi unuy case Jor s lid tl-es, which execution' will he held up unlit next term, after th-it time, unhvS they will eo into the Slieriil 's hautl. All er of medicine; and in bilious allcctioiis, di--pcosii, Vjiersons, and particularly the pi.iintt.r. who aro and in all disases peculiar to women, iney saulJ uitcrestea in tnese suit, are requested ta call en ing symptoins, new lite and consequent animation m evident in every movement of the body. These Pills, for colds, coughs, tighUiess of the chest, rheum iiism in the head or limbs, will be found superior toany thing unaaineiTot the po. be resorted to at once. 1 hese Jlrandceth s Pills will bo found deserving of all praise, j Agents for the sale of Brandreth's Pills:- D. Hdartt, Hillorough; A. Torrence, Pit'tsboro Wm. Fojhec, Foshee's store, Chatham; J.M-Dule, Chajwl Hill; O. A. Mob me, Mason Hall; E. & W. Smith, Alamance; J.& S. Sloan, Gteensborough; Jamos Johnson, WentworthjAVood & Neat, la dion; Owciv M Aleer, Yanccyville; J. Ii. Galium, Mil.on. ' " r; the present Clerk and pay tbi costs. JOHN BANR, HARRISON" PARSER, ' GILES MEDNAE, October 7. C7 Job Printing, EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE.