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1733 toe f r,WJ "J Llgy iu.ii.d
IJfnmtft. (kciWiv aciarrior to ant
tVMiufor niup M ibis pltCO. PorSOQO having
gt itapartWt proctt9st. at se&aryled operator
ffc?m epti-tk navl without cyro oad
ht are few &tm ia thia aawiija Wave tvow
tt twre chance of changing tbwoi for one of MV
aipocr Muatitese, paMwiRf a Uljbt, clewr and
uS EVE, far only $ 14! . 04er stylos as!
sum at rtJuerd piece.
lilanteu Ula ti.Vr at well la riowfy a
t tW weather. Foe eLiUrm from 11 u I
'd-trk m bright Vy. - '
Thi opportunity raounwee far est week only.
M Laialu-v for Lrke, Bnsasrptoa, Ac taken
ia bctcr Kt'.e tuJ fiaih thaa elsewhere is tii
WiLDE & DACCHTEI.
Ltsuary, JbiO. . 14
IS Etercuva of iLU iiwiiiutioo will com
snenrw on Moodar tV Slat of January, lin
ger the care of ff;t Enma J. Patlcrvon. a Lady
of Superior ooaltfcaifoot aa a Femal. Teacher.
The bwauon of tlua institution k in a healthy
part of the Country, twelve rui'.es swat of HilUbo
mah. Every pu4U a'trnliou will be piiJ to
srevi rr tb romfoit and promote the advancement
ajf thMho aha3be plated under our fare. TLa
neiirUhorbood ia Oil. la it cannot be surpassed for
fl morale and rebtrinua privileges.
tnih branchea, per session of 8 month, 10.C0
Board per month, 6,00
r GEORiiE T. COGGIN.V
JOHN B. LEATHERS, I
JNO. A.MMINNEX, V Co.-nmrUee.
J AS. . LEA HEU3,
SILAS M. LINK,
Jan. I. .,,. ? It 3w
Ccnstimntk iv Cured,
Tally, ty Er. IlastiBSs' Compound
EYaup op riArnTHA.
f P HE KrJira F.cullT. aa rll aa Uia pjblir.
' ara struck uh wonJir at the ntuneroua
cuie maJ dailf hj tbi rxtraoriijnary tn Jicit.a,
aikl it ia diw a. lnovvleJgfd j msnj of our oicat
f miuent i'hvaicim to be a mtain and apetdy
rur for tubVrculjr consumption, in i'a worst
tijc. It baa beta recommended bjr that rni
ncitt physician. l)r. Molt, and i coiiiiiantly uxd
iu t!ie Marine ll.'ilal at Kavannab. l.'a by Dr.
Arnold, the sruior physirian of the Iiorpital.
Tlie Lmid m Lrtcet, lndin MrtlicnJ Journal,
Praiihasiic's RtHrwrirct, aiul all other of the
London Mrdual Journal, have spuken in raisa
Diiny times of tlw aur.ri-ih efT. rl of
DJt. HASTINGS' PREPARATION. '
It baa been thoroughly tried, nut only in tba
II j; under the i h ;rye of Dr. If sHings, in
I.oii lo.i. but al : by all the first physirioos of
Eagl.tuJ, i!iil l ave lully endorsed it Miiii un
tiv.!r-,l rejitV.y iu Coiwumptioti, 'and nil other
t!ie4ea ui tlie lungs. The following are a f w
pf tie ii:iijn e pressed by the MftVtrol Faculiy
pi Emlscid. Williamson, of Manchester, tilts
ri'Ml-UNDER ITS INFLUENCE
I hse area the emariatnl beiuj, on whocC
brow death had sertnd to have set his apnl. ac
quire inrignration and strength and ejchanpe
his early mornirj of intense scfTaring and dia
tiaaing cough for the soord repose bicb alone
accomparties aMind bealth."
DR. WAKE. OF LIVERPOOL,
Says : I regard Haatinca tSy rup or Naptha as
one of the first medical dineoTeries of any a?e,
nd consider ita spenry in curing consumption aa
established beyond all doubt or question."
A single buttle will prove ill efficacy. All the
proprietor aka ia the trial of one bottle, the action
of whiih will pr6va to the patient the virtue of
Cougha, colds, bronchitis, decline, astiima,
light sweata, and apittin of blond, are cured in
suprisingly ahort space of time; the severe!
colds bavin; yielded to the tre iiment of the Naph
tha Syrup in the short apace of iurty-cipht hours.
To enuTieiato all the cures perforund by this
medicine would occupy a volume, the acco:npa
pyinr having been aelected by the American
agent from a mass of certificates which have been
received by him.
Sirsiparilla and Wild Cherry
X every jntance where a fair trial baa been
midV, Dr. Le Rys Pills have invjri.ibly gi
ven satisfaction,, stlordiu; permanent relief in all
cases of In.li j ftion. and a speedy cure fur Head
ache, Bilimi and Liver Coinpl lints, lc.irthjrn,
Aridity of the H.omaeh, Daprpsned fpirits, Dis
Sleep, Frequent Palpitations, Spasm,
CtV.eral IV'ility, Coslivenesn, &.e. v
i'liev are mild in their opera'ion, under
any circumstances, and thousands of persona can
now bear le.tiinony to (lie benctits to be derived
f'rfm their use. '
These pilla are superior to any ever before dis
covered. Ia a!l bilious corfiplaiiita; in genera! de-
rintrement of tna system; in all diordera which
result from a bad state of tLe blood, these pilla
are a sovereign remedy, l'rice 25 eta. per Bor.
, 1 M PC IITA V R OI ED Y.
Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve.
fpltti (Treat advantages powwfd by this srti
cieover every other, are its certaistt.
lrr.TT, to vtiiisct e.nd tro.tojir. AH phy
slcians admit that great banker is to re apprehend
ed from drugging the eye when in n infl imcd and
unhealthy m.ae. Ituc use of thtinnlve thisoli
j ction U entiiely removed, as no barm can pos
sibly result fro a its use ; it being in all cases ap.
Cued to trie iTitut portions of Rieeye, theie
y avoiding all the inconvenience, psin and din
ger, whic! nei e.irilv attend the introduction of
any pungent ar-.ide ito the eye. 'Its activity
in euhduing inflammation ism great that but few
pses require we use or more t!ian one bottle to
f .fort a perfect cu,re. Qne physician remarked to
us, after having witnessed iu efTccta iu reveral
instances, that it waa a rnarrcT ria t Kinta."
All we ak is that iu virtuea be thoroucrhlv test
fJ, and that the directions be strictly followed.
All the shore named medicines for Sale
Hillsborough by Long & Webb.
January 23. 15 Iy
A PPLICATK1X will be mde ti the next
Cotiniy Court, February Term, 1850. for
an E cction Precinct to be established at White
Jann.iry 13. 1 , 19
f ETTLB voor aecounta. . If yoa have rx t the
t asn, gwe your note, anJ e a recript.
Ba sore to call u LONG &, WEBB, who
must have their aecuunt closed at the end of av
ita. tj 1 ww.'. - iv
- a 1 AaSk
nvrFJMi! irttt ut urn
CfliJ1 ! I
'J'irC e.W-r;'cra are i,w raci".cf l!ir)r eJck
a rat ing of every arride BSbsTy W)U te this
mkti, Ul tUer vi ia aru oo aa gaod amM as
caa bo bad ia the Sute. Psrcita wc-u'-d 5o
wen to mH and examiae for tbeaea UfM
prcfcaausg eWa here, aa they are sVterEincd Ml
te be GJeraold by any cm la tte pbco.
W wU aay to yc cbco saorr, .
lt o want cheap goods call at ear store.
October M. - C4
UEW AND CHEAP
LCXG & WEBB are raw opening a large
siaul eaiB1ete Asaorttnent at
FttU miff Wiutcr Goods,
ku-b tbey are drtrrmusrd to sell low.
TVy invite thrir friends and the robEc cane
ral'y to call end eumine for thenMelvea.
IhlUborocgh, Oct. ted. 164. .
ECLTID HILL -
fTTTIP Mil Kniuia nt tnaf '.l i.ttn vtTlMm.1
J- mAnr. . I t. tk. ish .l.w f r,r,,.,.
neit, and will continue fite toonlha. AH Sto j
d.-nts are reouested to be present nn the frxt dsy )
of the Few-ion. ITie School will be taneht by ;
Miss Martha Dutv. of OsfunL X. C. The nrU
era t ill be aa low lot tuition as any Srhoul in the i
County of the same character. Board can be had
in a few hundred tarda of the School, at from J S
to 9.C0 dollars per month. For any further in
formation wanted, please write to me at Round
Hul P. O., Orange to.
. D. C.PARRISII. -j
Jan.S4.18S0. , . - 17
t LL those bn are indebted to me are request
rj w m ike immediate payment aa I am
bound te have owner. - . . . . .
A. W, II EDGE PETIT.
Jsnusrv 30. . t ?'. f 17
STATE iTF NORTH CAROLINA,
.Court of Plena and Quarter Sescionf,
. Decemlier Term. 1849.
1 T ia ordered bv the Court, that Monday the
' first d.iy of each Term of this Court, hereafter
be art apnrt for the Trsrm-ction of County Bust
nera, anJ that Jurors and Whnessea attend on
Tuesday tli second day of the Term of said
JOHN FAUCF.TT.c c. c.
Janua 30. , . 17 6w
Uicmjxm Miri erd mfe, and often, against
&:mml H. Thon.jjton tnd otheri.
IN olicdienee to the Decree of the Honourable
1 Court of Lqulty Tocrw Cmmiy of Orange,!
made September, 1849, I shall offer for U m
the hinhest I'iilder, hefore the Court House door
in HillsliorotiKh, on the 4th Monday of February
next, the undivided interest of Suoiuel H.Thomp
son in the lands of feamucl Thompson, dec d.suid
being situate anJ lying on tha waters of!
, adjoining the lands of Richard Thompson, I
Abisha Faucett, and othera.
Terna of sale will be cash. ; . I
- - 0. F.LONG.n. &m.i.
Jan. 21. 16 Sw
Land for . Snlc.
f OFFER for sale my Tract of Land In Orange
countv. lvlng on tha cart fork r Enoe, ilout
one and a halt miles from t,e lar Urove. '1 he
Tract contain between evtn and Eight Hund
red Acres. The lund is of pretty good quality,
has enod walcr and hcitlthv siiua'io.i. The plan
tation is in quod repair, the buiMinga ate com
mon ; there is cleared bind to wmk twelve to fif
teen hands on. : I would prefer to sell all togeth
er, but if required il can be divided into four or
Ave Tracts. The cleared land ia movtly tolerably
fresh. Term can tc made cany.
I also request all person that are indebted to
me, by lxnd or open account, to come torwanl
and pay their dues, without my having recourse
to law, for it will he painful to me to go to law,
but if thia notice is not attended to I shall certain
ly do ao.
December 17, 1649. 11-
For S;i!e or Kent,
rpiIE House and Lot now occupied by me,
-- on Queen Street. Persons desirious of k?p-
init a Private Boarding House for boys will do
well to look at the Premiss, as they are well ar
ranged for that purpose.
For particular inquire of the subscriber.
O. F. LONO. .
December 13. 13
N Tuesday the 19th day of February next.
portion ui iiiB Hutu m uic-iKiv ar. jaines
A. Craig, will he exposed at public auction to the
highest bidder, on a credit of nine months, the
purchaser giving bond and good security
Said lands, consisting of three adjacent tracts.
containing in the whole about three hundred and
sixty seven acres, are situated in the Hawnclds.
county of Alamance, two miles south west of the
HawfieliLa Church, near RuQin a Mills on Ha
River, on the Hillsborough and Grcentborough
&lnge road, and are known as the Gaskill, or
Campbell land. The lands are well adapted to
the various crops made in this section ol country
On one of the tracts there is a spinous dwell
ing house, wuh a number of out buildings, and a
This place will make a very desirable residence
for a family wishing a healthy location in a mo
ral and intelligent community.
The aalo will lie made at the GaekiU Mansion
house, en the premises.
One other tract will 1 offered at puMic sale,
on the above terms, at the Court House door in
the town of Hillsborough, on Tuesday of Februa
ry Court. Said tract, containing about fifty acres,
is situated in the county of Orange, about two
miles west of Hillsborough, adjoining the lands of
George Faucett and othera, and known as the
One other tract of 160 acres, on w nite Kier,
Jackson county, Arkansas, ia offered at private
r.II.F.S MKIUXE. ?
PAYTON P. MOURE, S
Jan. 4. HAlt
40,000 ibs. lliHN,
rom the King's Mountain (8. C.) Iron Manu-
fcturing Company , assorted sizes,
, tor sale by
J. Yl. &. J. SLOAN.
3ftnbwpugh,8cyt. IS49, ' v
lock at i m
f AM bm rrri.irg trj eprririg r j
I f AM is-w rerri.ipg ard crying
b'aaotw, PkJadrli-Lia it Kcw Yek ; a ad aa I a
dispocrd to work fucunstl yrof a, lho tbat are
wasting aock anirbra wit! save time and aaooey
by calling and exasMBtag aay aaaorUDeaj toe
prcbaicitlv.br. - ,
JC. B. Aa ! aa eoaBprUrd te rely em nycoHec.
tioea to cootinee y baM&ea,tboboare i
tiebted to me by note er eceowtt are eamevly w'
quested to oQ and anaVe imsBedlale fm meut, as
it ia antra pies tan U-r to receive tba eaaootit froca
sty fricudi thaa U rceort te the be te uke c4
IrctioB. W. K.
Oct. 80. C5
U nr anions: ILc Saddler!
THE rafartxersliip of Fuller & lledgpetli be
ing JiMultrd by BButual consent, t!i subscrv
ber berthy Irndera bis thanks te bis friends and
the public generally for the liberal share of patratv
age they have beretofbrs besued upoa him, and
respectfully informs them that be baa Ukea the
stand one door west of the bhop fonnetly occu
pied by Fuller & HeJpeth, and hopes to recieve
liberal share of their custom still, as ha sims
kP j"J f"!' 'TV,"1 i.
SaUfllfSv Ilrltllr Ilnrilf.
ami every owcr anioe newer in g u we eauuiiog
He ill gt ce eny kind of work ie eicbange lor
Lumber, Shingles, Corn, Flvni, Wood. Ac
He would like to take as an apprentice a boy
about the see of IB or 17, of good habits and of
restectabie famtlv. "
- Octolxttf. - - ' - C4
rPIIE uWrilers would Inform the public, that
they still continue to Jo business at the old
Stand, (Walnut Grove.) eight miles North of
Hillsborough, where they keep on band good
nr.tl Komr Dry fau.il$
i Some Barontbn, Bnr?ici, rarrTalls, ted Wa-
Sons; also Saddlri, tnd uarctu ci
difffrr nt kinds,
PINE LUMBER. AND SHINGLES.
The undersigned will attend to repairs of all
aorta in tlw ii line with neatness and dwpatnb.
' In exchange for the above mentioned ei tides
will lie taken Corn, Wheat. Flaxseed, Feathers,
or good Horses, at market prices.
HURDLE & HURDLE.
October 10. 03
COMrorSB IXTBiCT Of
Wonder and Blaring of ill Age- -TAe mott Ex-
Inordinary Xcdiant m tft World.
el's HIS Extract Is t up iii Quart Bottles: It
is sis limes clieser, pleanter, and war
ranted super.or to any sold. It cures without
vomiting, purging, aickening, or dobilitating the
Patient. . .
I DC great neaury anu wprnnniy oi wis oar
eaparilla over all other medicines is, that while it
eradicates the disease, it invieoratea the body. Il
ia one of the verv best SPRING AND SUM
MER MEDICINES ever known; it not only
purifies the whole eysten, and atrengthena the
Dcraon. but I', trttita new, pun and rieh Hood ,
! a Dower pomesaed by no other medicine. And
1 In ihis lira the grand secret 01 its wonderful anc
I .... . m
eeaa. Il nos penormra wuuin me wn uveyrsrv.
more than 100,000 cures of aevere rasra of die-
ease 1 at least 15,000 were considered incurable.
It bas saved the lives of more than 3,000 children
during the two past seasons.
10,000 eorrr 0 Genircl Debility and went oj
Dr. Townxnd a Sorsaparilla invlgoratee the
whole system permanently. To those who have
lost their muscular energy by the efTecta of medi
cine or indiwretion committed in youth, or the
excessive indulgence of the passions, and brought
on a general physical prostration of the nervous
system, lassitude, want of ami ition, fainting sen
sations, premature decay and decline, hastening
towards that fatal disease, Consumption, can be
entirely restored by this pleasant remedy. This
Sarsapanlla ia far tupenor to any Ii V IUUKA
TING CORDIAL, at it rcnewa and invigorates
the system, gives activity to the ami s and strength
to the rau-cul ir system, in a most extraordinary
' Cleanse and strengthen. Consumption can
be cured. Brflnchiti,Lonsumpuon. Liver Com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Cougha, Asthma, Spitting
of Blood, boieness in the Chest, Hectic r lush,
Night Sweats, Difficult or Piofutc Expectoration,
Pain in the Side, dec, have been and can be
Hem Ynrle. April 28, 1847.
Dr Towsatso I verily believe that your
Saraaparilla haa been the meant through Provj-
ilencc, of aaving my life. I have for several years
had a bad Cough. It became worse and worse.
At list I raised large quantities of blood, had niht
Sweats, ami was greatly debilitated and reduced,
and did not expect to live. I have only used your
Sannparilla a short time, and there baa a won
derful change been wrought in me. I am now
able to walk all over the city. I raise no blood,
and my cough hns kft mc. You can well imag
ine that I am thankful for these results,
WM. RUSSELL, 65 Catherine-eu
Thit is only one of more than four thousand
cases of Rheumatism that Dr.Townsend'tSarea-p-vrilta
haa curjJ. The moat severe and chronic
cases are weekly eradicated by ita extraordinary
James Cummins, Esq., one nfthe assistants in
the Lunatic Asylum, Ulad well's Island, ia the
gentleman spoken of in the following letter i
Ul.Kkweir$ bland, Sep! 14. 1847,
Dr. Tou)nseudDet Sir : I have suffered ter
ribly for nine yeara with the Rheumatism ; con
siderable of the time I could not eat, sleep or walk.
I had the utmost distressing pains, and mv limbs
were terribly swollen. I have used four bottles
of your Saraaparilla, and they have done me
more than one thousand dollars worth of good.
I am to much bettei indeed, I am entirely re
lieved. You are at liberty to use thit foi the
benefit of the afflicted.
Yoiira,repeclful!y, JAMES CUSi MINGS.
FITS! FITS! FITS f
Dr. Townaend, not having tested hit Saraapa
rilla in cases of I ita, of coutae never recommend
ed it, and waa surprised to receive the following
from an intelligent and respectable Farmer in
Westchetter County :
Fordham, Auguit 13, 1847.
Dr.Towsend Dear Sir: I Esve little girl
seven veara of a?e. who has been for several veara
afflicted with. Fitet we tried almost everything j
g bar, Wt mULou! ; U kst. altle)( f '
FALL. " rrmmiwu.ii ll out citvarv
ItiXew IX brrs, tbocglt, as ate a iu
i very ik'&tirf krtfca, are mmli giv ber soma of
1 voif ira:n.U, and are very riJ CmL fcr
it ftot ml restored iter atrr.gtb. b4 aho Las bad
o ret ara of fata, to ear grew re and avr
pnao. Sbo is tVat bscoeung rugged and ferarty,
for aut we Irrt grattiuL .
Yewi, rsjspectfui'y, J0HX BUTIXB,Jr.
'' Dt.Tewsaebds SampariSa is a soTcrc'ca and
apeady cure tor Incipient Cmsuinpuoti, Eairea
asav Pralapaas I'teri, or FaS&ag of the Womb,
CWivettesa, Mr. Leocorrhco, or white. ob
atrucwd ordXcbh MeiwtniaXk. laooetloeoce of
Liuk, ac involun'arj discharge thereof, and tut
the general prostraiioa of the a j stem o ruat
ter wbeihcr we result of icherent cause er causes,
rrtkHxed lj rrregulariiy, Elocaa or occidest
KotLiag caa be coore svrprisiag thaa ita iovo.
rating etircta an we kumaa frame!. Persons all
weakBcse and lassitude, ft oca taking it, at once
become robust nd full of energy under ita to
Cue nee. It immediately eounteracta the nerve
lewdness of the trmale frame, bkh ia tha great
causa of Barrenness. It will oot be expected of
na, ia rasee of ao deUcato a nsture, to exhibit
certicatee of rsrea performed, but we caa assure
the sEic-ted, that hundreds of esses have bee
reported to na, Tbousanda of cacea where (ami
lies have been without children, after nsing lew
bottles of Ibis invaluable medicine, have been
bleated wuh fine, healthy tt-pnng.
TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES.
This Extract of Saraanarifla bas bees rxpreeav
ly prepared in refrreoco to ft-male cotnplainta.
No fcnule oho baa tease to eoppoM she is ap
proaching that critical iriod. mlie turn of hfcm
anouhJ neglect to take it, as it la a certain pre
ventive for any of the numerous and horrible dis
eases to which females are subject at tbia time
of life. This period mug te delayed fur arrereV
year by utivg thit nUdinne. , Nor is it less
valuable tot those oho are approachinc woman
hood, as it is calculated to aaswt nature, bv quick
ening the blood and iuvtgorating the system. In
deed, thia medicine ia invaluable for ail the deli
cate diseases to which women are eubject.
It braces the whole si stem, renews permanent
ly the natural energies, by removing the impuri
ties of the body, not ao Ut stimulating aa to pro
duce subsequent relaxation, which ia the case of
most medicine taken for femalu weakness and
disease. By using few bottles of tbia medicine,
many severe and painful surgical operations may
be prevented. ( ;
Tbia certificate concluMvely proves that this
Sararparilla baa perfect control over the most ob
stinate diseases of the Blood. "Three prisons
cured in one house ia unprecedented.
Dr. Towssisb Dear Sin ! have the pteae
ara to inform yon that three of my children have
been cured of the Scrofula by the nae of your ex
cellent medicine. They were afllkted very se
verely with bad Pores; have taken only four bot
tles; it took them away, for which 1 feel myself
under great obligation.
ISAAC W. CRAIN, 106 Wooster-at.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townaend Ia almost daily receiving ordera
fiom Physicians in different parte of the Union.
This is to certify that we, the undesigned Phy
sicians of the City of AIIny, have in numerous
esses prescribed Dr. Townsend'a Rarsaparilla,
and believe it to bo one of the moat valuable
pieparaliona in the market.
II. P. PULING, M. D.
J. W11.PON. M'. . - -R.
B. BRIGGS, M. D.
- - - " P. E. ELM EN CORF, M. D
Alnany, April 1, 1847. - - -
Principal Office, Clapp St. Townsend, 62 Nas
sau street, lew Jork.
IT7 For tale by D. Hetrll, IlilUbo-
July 18,1847. 91 Ij
A 81 am obliged to raise money to carry on
my business and pay my debts, those who
are indebted to me, by note or account, are earn
estly requested to call and make immediate pay
ment, , .--.-HENRY
N. B. I nave on hand a laige assortment of
well made r urniture, which I will acll low for
I am alto prepared to furnish Coffins at three
hours notice, of the plaincat or finst style, of
wainut or Mfinngaiiy.
Persons at a distance may rely on being served
nere sooner than they can be at home.
Cabinet M Jeer end General Undertaker,
Nov. 13. 07
Lochiel tor. Sale.
TIE eubsrribrr oflera for tale his place lying
one mile norm west 01 Hillsborouch,
There are eleven room in the dwelling, with 1
good cam, ice House, and Kitchen, and two
hundred and hve acres of Land, one hundred and
fifty of which are enclosed. The woik on the
House is executed in the beat manner : the situa
tion is pleasant, and commands a fine view of the
surrounding country. .
There are also one hundred and forty acrea in
a north-easterly direction, which will be sold eith
er witn or without the first mentioned tract.
A long credit will be given, if desired : note and
good security required. .
W M N. W HIT I ED. -October
80. ; 05
11 RS. J. WADDILL & DAUGHTER, most
'-" respectfully tenilcr their thanks to the La-
diet of Hillsborough and ita vicinity, for the very
lilwral patronage they have received at their
hands, and hope, by theii prompt attention to bu
siness, and the neatness and style with which they
execute their work, still to merit and receive a li
beral ahare of patronage.
They have just received their pattern for the
a j 1 . .1 1.
it T , ' "m,e,,ue ,a"1PV
cau anu eee mem, or wnicn may be most satis-,
u .1 1 .1 . 7 V ei- ' Kneumuium, nead-uehe. Ion of Ar.rtttte, 4c.
have them made in the latest and. moot fashion-1 .,,, . ... .
able style. ) Cd" P. CHILDS & Co. Clay, Onondaga
They hare just received the latest and mostl9oun,"'N'.V-,r'heori8inal d nnu
approved Vizette paterns, and at our tnercbantt i"" ."f he Se'rtgn Balm Pills,
have a fine supply of trimmings suitable for lf.KI0.E 85 Ccn,s P' l. f 31 P'". h fi"
making them, we hope we will have some to
make foi the ladies of HilUborough, and vicinity.
Oetotier 10. 2
A CONVENTION will be held in Alemance
county, in the town of Graham, on these-
cond Saturday in February, for the purpose ofst-
lecting a suitable candidate to run for Sheriff, and
it ia requested that each captain's district send up
five delegatea to said convention, to that til parts for
ui ui. CVUH7 n,aJ uo I'"' iv rcpreseniea.
, . MANY VOTERS.
December 22. , 13
EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE.
a tj. g m
Copper, Tin & Slicct Iron
IN HILLSBOROUGH. . '
nnHEaubacTibei would reopectfullT return lis
thanks to th public for the patronage ex
tended te the rm el Hsuchawout it Elliot ; and
aa the business will re continued by Lis in alliu
various branches, at the old stand, Le hopes to te-
eeive the earne liberal patrons t a.
STILLS, and TIN WARE, ofeverj variety
foi household nae,manofacturedistbe anoatnaa)
and durable style by expmrared worki&en.kcpt
constantly on band, or made to order , on the meat
reaaonahla terms. Repairing of Stills and Tin
Ware done on the shortest notice.
He ia also prepared to attend to all ordera for
COVERING HOUSES WITH TIN. and
GUTTERING, which he meagre to do in o
style easal for excellence and aeataeai w ith that
of any other workmen ia the State.
Tin W are, assorted, furnished W holesale tt
aferchanta and othera, and delivered at their
doors at Petersburg pitcea.
- JACOB HA UGHA WOUT.
Sept.SS. ; ; .i :'.. 98
npiIE aubsx-riberrespectfully in form bis friends
nd the public generally.tbat be has on hand,
and will endeavor constantly to keep, a variety ol
well-made Farniture, embracing all the leading
articles, such aa. ( , ' t
Sofan, Sideboards, Ittirrniif,
IlrtNlrntln, 'I a Mm. ;
made of Mahogany, Marble. Cherry TTalnut,
Birch, and Maple.
He would invite attention to bis make of Port
able WARDROBES and BEDSTEADS, which
cannot be surpassed for durability, ncatncsa.and
convenient e. .
He would also Invite the attention of all per
sons wishing to buy furniture of any description,
to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
he intends to at 11 as low as he can poseihly afford,
and' his workmen are all experienced hands.
He has now on hand eight fine Dressing Bu
reaus, with Looking-Glatara, two China Presses,
two Sideboards, six plain Bureaus, eight Candle
stands, one Sofa, and one Secretary and Book
case, and Bedsteads, which he will sell low.
Timber taken in exchange lor Furniture,
aueh at Walnut, Poplar, Cherry, Birch, Maple,
Persons at a distance, buying Furniture,
can have it delivered at their doore. ensured tale,
lor lesa man tney can do it themselves.
He returns bta thanks for past favors, and will
tuanaiui iw cvaunusnce 01 puoiic patron
February 1 .
New Medicines. ,
R. F. HIBBARD dt CO.'S CELEBRATED
Wild Cherry Hitlers,
RecommeJed as highly serviceable in all cases of
uyspepfia, Indigestion, Constipation, Jaundice,
and all impuritiei of the Blood. Trice 75 ccntt
per bottle. t
an unrivalled Medictleompound, a never-foiling
, remedy for - .
Burnt and Scalds, Cuts, Contusions, Bruises,
Ulcere. Rins-worm. Scald Mead. Fi ATn Fel a rut
Limbs, Plmplet on the Ftce. and all emntinn nf
me oain. ? . - . ?
And for all purposes of the Toilet. Ae.Shavine.
Cleaning the Teeth, Canker of the Mouth, Re
moval of bunburn or Tan, Grease, Paint, &e,
Onm Silk. Satin, Liuin, Cotton and Woollen fa-
once. Price 25 cents. 1
' R. F. HIBBARD & CO.'S
the cure of Felone, Pilc..Uleera,Carbunclct,l.ll0WfVcr' ,hf Tvnt, alter the pill and I hi. after
ie in the Breast or Face, Ear-ache, Burns. i!TB,n''nt' ,,0,1 U l,lff in momirig, let
Ids, Rheumatic Paint, Ac. dc Price 85i'"m ,i,.ke ' six, eight ei ten pills, w more.
R.F. HIBBARD'S VEGETABLE
Mi-Bilious Family Pills,
Thit- rtriilttir wtT. . nf k... T:;t. rt.M:.
- -. iiivsi V vi Siaars-n m 1 1 II i,iiiuiiil
.i .11 uJai r.i.-i : o...
mtch. and other digestive oreana. torether with
their prophylactic power, again, infection, ia
commend ihrm ..,--.; i,.,m.;.. i..M
.nd.h, ;,:;;;: r"
dapt them to all climate, constitutions and disea
ses. Price 60, 25, and ISA rente.
w. m an " vm a as tavaa sat 1
R F. HIBBARD'S
one of the most extraordinary ointments of the
age affords relief in all cases, with a certainty
and rapidity wholly unprecedented. Price 50
cents. , .. - , .,- ...
CO The above medicines are for aale at thitof-
ficebJ n tifinrr t.n
September 19. . 48
The Oriental or Sovereign Ealm Pills.
npiIIS invaluable family medicine, combines
more cleansing, healing, and purify ing pro-
perlit than any other pilla now in nse. After
nearly eight yeara experience nf their astonishing
success, we have no hesitation in claiming for
them a popularity and reputation, unrivalled by
any other medicine.
They are an effectual cure for Jaundice, Dvt-
peptia. Liver Comjiliiintt, Pleurisy, Biliim$die-
Fever and Ague, and all l her Feten,
Inkammnfion of the Luncs,
uticcuoim accompanying caen pox.
Brown Town, N. CM Jan. 4th, 1849.
Messrs. P. Childs &. Co. Hiving witnessed
the good effects of your Sovereign Balm Pills in
aoine two en sea of Fever and Ague, by the use
of a single box thev were both cured : also the
headache, several casct; and there Icing none
kept nearer than 10 miles of this rdace. fthat I
know of,) I am thereby induced to write you
for an agency. 1st. because I believe them the
best pill that I know of. and. wish to have them
family use, and secondly, because' I cm of the
opinion that they would eave much suffering from
I ague and fever, and also much expense with em
ploying Phyakiant. Yourt, dc.
j E. E. PITTS,
j For tale in 'Hilltborough by D. HEARTT;
also byjiumeroua Druggitta and agenu tbiough
,ohI the UnitJn. . "
I Land for Kfne.
f. I VTTTAl t -de a lar Trt Of
v ,'1 Lc4 ia I'r.-fcta rouerjr.jttkt over tLe
Y W fcoricm O.-ai i bee.
aTS-' A body of tp-Ul-d, it ia Itark
oe ia tic stWJle part of tbia attte. 1l9
oi land are eU rwUJ. and ia gocd lead j
tbt forest lands eie beavUy tUicd.aLd all wtlj
waterea. v ,
Oa the da are a varkty e eetattstk! !m
provementr Dwelling Hcea, Tr Lcat srd To
Ureo Bar&a, Saw oi bi'm Milla w perfect re
pair. " ,
It wU be eciJ ia parcel le sail any fxrt lrae
PAUL V. CAMKKON.
VtsgvineP.OCrsrfe,Nov.S7. - - C7tl
Notice This! " .
E willtske in exriargefor CooJs, Dry
Hidca, Floor ia limk fern, WLcst
Thrahrd Cats, Flax feed, Latest I Lib of ;
kiixla, &c, dec. -
OctolerlS. ' tUm
UK. KLIII.'S , ,
70S lU core of Catania, Ti.Ci.ti ta, Ccttivce
neaa.pi ts, Crsvel. Ar. Ac-
: For sale attLieCCce. .
Price ft, atd f 2:50 per toltle.
Octoler S3. C4-,
. HUES, Panted.
THE aubscribera will give all kinds af Mar
chaLdixe in exchange for
Grctn md Dry HIDES,
pelivered at thcii Store, oral William H.Brcwg '
MUL LATIMER & JONES-
September 9. 0j
iceommoflation far TravtU
fPHE aubscriberia now prrparetf with a com
fortaWe Carriage, a Hack, and a Buggy, to
convey Passengers from Hillsborough to any oth
er place, or to bring them here, by the dsy, week,
or job. He has good horses and aa experienced
driver, and tbinka he ran give entire aatisfaction.
He can be found at Lis shop, two doors above
the Union HoteL
HENRY EVAN 8.
February I. 18
P. Childs & Co. 's Orlf rial or Coreiei&ii
Read the following from the Hon. N. F. W'ino
low, formerly a Judge of the St. Lawrence coun
ty courts: :-
. I hereby certify, that I havepemonallr. and bv
'my family, used several boxes of Childs &. Cam
- , """'""w wciigo uam rius. Al ursl I uaed
them with an expectation that thev were one of
those quack impositions ao often palmed off upon
the public, but I now feel confidence in eayirtf
that they are an excellent medicine, and should
be kept for use by every family.
Norfolk, May S8, 1848.
Each box contains 31 pills: price ti cent, tad
ia accompanied with eerlijr ties and full dirre
For sale in Hillaboroogb, by D. HEARTT.
BRAKDRIIHS FI1IS ARE A tlRE
CURE FOR INFLUENZA. 0
Thia complaint hat become to frequent, that
there are lew perrons who have not hod it seve
ral times. It is a kind of malignant contageooo
could attended with much fevrr.and great prostra
lion of strength. So soon aa possible, swallow
six or eight pill; a laige dote ia. absolutely ne
cessary to relieve the brain, that 01 gen spiriting
to tuner grcttly in this c mplaint. ten thtj
have operated well, put your fret and Irga in tot
water, or take a warm bath. Be sure tnd bo
purged, life may he the forfeit. Now go to bed ;
and, when in bed, take two more pilla and so mo
hot boi:etct tea, catnip, or balm or balsam, or
tome walcr gruci any of I Joe waim drii ksaill
do ar.d which may 1 left to choice eiibei of
them will help to restore imensildr expiration,
and thit rr.ethcd will pcr.erally cure. Should.
tccording to urcrnrv of svmi kins, ar.d ll.e waim
drinks and fool or general balh, at nipht. My
experience has shown me that the third day
generally Unda the patient well, when this plan
haa been adopted in the begir.iining. But in any
, . .
of the treatment 1 tho
i ,h"! c,n f PI. whether ,t ukesone day
ZZll.T, IZ I , W T !"
bMd. 11 l nev" kt "J'twn or Icthea
pp'!-5 . h.ve. in-
stead of loosing thia "life of our flesh." let tie
iaae more puis, which will lake the death prin
ciple from us, leaving our blood relieved, and
ready to rally all ita life power for our res-loia'
tion, so soon a the purgation has left it fire to,
effect thia object. , .
Dr. Brandreth'a Principal Office, t41 BrotJ-.
way New York. -.',.;.!' v.-
COAgenta for the tale of Brandreth'iPillt;
J.B.M Dade, Chapel Hill.
G. A. Mel ane, Mason Hall.
- A.Mickle & Co., Bingham't 8chool.
Jamet Whitehead, CaneCreek Cotton Factory
Henry Gilder, Lindley'a Old Store.
, G, PaUerten, Patterson't Store.
May 23. 86-
TEE HIILEICF.CUGH JECCHEER,
it jtblishi n w real t
BY DENNIS HEARTT."
T irg. Two Dollars a 3cnr, if paid in re
verter; Two Lollnra aid fifty (cr.ts. if riot laidi
within three months; or 1 1 11 c Dollars, if delayed.'
until after the expiration nf the vrar. '.
" No rarer w ill be disrontinvrd until all arreara
ges are paid, iinleft at lie ct lice cf the pullial er.
IT . . .
ait ir.iirr no jarei will ie rct.l IO a DCW till)-.
scril er out of this state unless payment it made in
advance, or tome person in the state will become,"
responsible to the editor ; and ia no rate wi) tl o
paper be tent to a subscriber out of the stale for.
more than two yeara w ithout a payment. . . "
ADtraTisEXxsTs not exceeding sixtrcn4inet.
one dollar for the fret, and twenty-five cents' for
each tubsrquent insertion ; longer ones in pro
portion. Court tdvertiwrr.ents twenty-five 're
cent higher. A deduction of one-tliird will lt
made to advertieert by the year.
Jdvcrlisin; Ratrs for lit Hillslonrfli Ercordf r
One dollar per square (16 lines) for the firat
insertion.and.se cents for e; ch ccntinurr.ee. l't-t
ductiorts made in favor of standing advertisen.cnta
t Tine i'o. Six Mo.
One square, 1 3 0.0 f 5 00
Two squares, . . 6 CO 9 75 ,
i8 00 :
. 13 00
60 CO '.
Three aq. (J col.) 8 60 14 00
Htlf column, 16 00 22 u
One cplunm 30 00 32