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row W , , u ST Ca U fdaenla.r, July 30. Fwn the MaStea dwaairtr. ., -. , 4 f.NIOX DEMOCRATIC TICKET, Rcpectflly recwnme nded to the sup port of those cjpoed la Bctestioa tad pUaniuB, tad la favor tf the perpetuity of our gWioal Confederacy, throu-di-aitthe Jth Cengfcwlwul District;0 I 1. ' f0 COJtOBBMS,' not. titm c:katc, orfasiveil, . A Patriot Sfalesmaa of BBsullird honor, virtue, and integrity, and ar dently devoted tothe Union and the interest of North-Carolina, Maxt Dkxocbatic Voths. Ium S5tb. IS5I. To (be Po!!, Trlrndi or the t'nlonl Oa the 7ih af A agul. lha fi re-urn of ibis tL. bid ar required """v a Representative in t'sstgn-se, tut ihe fMMR then ritaara win ettr cis tme-aimlk M th. paStical paw re af this State id w IniU ffimr.t. !!Wiw4:Rall;H fttt4 C.iMan Hall Reftst J tvj . f u. . w. r., tu r,,f ituf. u 4f. tut u uit k t 4 ifeVcw. & tiu iu nrf iL.a u avWnta.1 . J n ieiecra x.BBi7vr tkaetaoj tie seas imMn u j tU gak-igb a ad Cum Bed Jtaed- ; U't Irera ek tbsl fara fekadtaJ AauHd kt- Tt4kf tl CMilarMf Pattot, aa-; toS iWkKfu-itftf Ui wcref Mr,Gt.e tis have Wn saWrik lit. counties rfNot-i is I Us Aiirt, ssy t5j kas Baar U tbrk Cwdka diroc(ii.rUc tb tmi mmt. TV jertf U txpmt m tbt rfjft, tlwlUtf farther mm ct t kulwt lhuoJ M k i.ff m4 U mij 4 ia It f t-nJ aihrt t nt !( a worthr, tnltr&t, aad By Ut (rtf it. rr.juEnf )rsr. V pfrtMffif. ti c tbU'ic S pK.V UI be hrard kH along tha liar frwa Col-.Ubo. rough l Ckailo-ie,' la tta roanmiiMi ) tiat liiai !, Marrhed ba Nfrii rr-rimrit Pnvu ilant of lh Ud. J-t i!m Baf4 1 , Dirt (, and Crmi I. MradrbhaU. reaMirrr. W7I r i a tainf4k foiTwf t ike i 1 mood and N'or Uib of aUrfi iH OrriU fca- WilLia i!tr laci itt-ui h w lie IrataM nata ika Iffl4Jr," k iWit ixUot aJtaaUja fr iba Wf bepa Uta orcr &JmoU Hoe if -radmail fium lir Wirt, WlUf (JUkErrtL iniiiuticaiprcMon. Ia tMc; tUir ah tLrj . actcMkw wi3 U hadl. PctanUuy baa dnoa t S I'arcjiua. hAi rf f Ury ia brief . .atMLaa a kaaw Aa atauM. tai aiara aarkl aol aav liul BM inr fH ihrw nirom aU nt if cWicJ. .ta U riprfVd wf her. 'Mr. Bui. XorUk will ! af r ' Nlt Carolina !Ui'inat rarfi)r4l.y lha ral. and fro,B Wrltii tn Wilmii.f ion. li I I . .m ni a in-u orawactraiioa tIor.ir rtMikw ta h Ltrn-! l.nrfHr.i l,v uJ twla af taa profUi k wouU U. luUnlj ' br LouU aba aot matfiaconHko,1S5l,M' we1 in Amirtra W pa aiprauoQ r tbnr ariimriiu of aatioa ! raKta ia alfinS it. re-rotfrutlioo! - Sim iuteada iMl.wa!lteMloltwi,lailUftfa awS bat Sea Eaarf and BoaaoU Rm3, CoofiJraraaaJrrt.,,. a i. bout lha u.l .w. v.V..i;. p.:1 B . I M 1 r ahl ,,d. r a aJ.rl. ?,oa Mr. Kin;, of Alabama, nnd the i"' "". 1 .U Jffi;Wc...n road yM t!,da .!,, Ir ra-y and apaady lrae!itif, and w llliak that thm Hwaf.anr nrui f V , - - 11" ".i'....!:.. i . . Southern lKrttutata. he pcrmiri iba Utter riir, by th enUrprwc and A. CtrUimou. tiu lOinMf U. B. U, wriUn, fra.. Catliraw, he b4 ia auUcrioM la tbi. AtaUata. aaJrr dtl af Ja!y S h. atata tbal ia W" roa.em.uanmifaUA Wa.K.K.aj. Iba UlUft ' 7: ,77' Bath brtuaan Maaara. Stanla-.nd Kaf. tt oren aanvca ruj in MKin Mora ui uua - , j ---- at ratify nu a river learner. A FRAUD EXPOSED j In the course of the iIicusion at taatkaua UiU bus ibal eravioaa ta tba ueetina ! af Caunaw wiuter brAx bL ha orruoonJcJ ru,d Arrt fr,M" ith lb hwui in1,i;.i -,-... r iUwwatraftiia.Hinulteklent.wbea lha od a part a&d atrvr aafportertf car RttolttJ, Ttat e detf.!r Jrrfort ear LrotWa BBtlraelr tatc;bt while the srrew, it Uce t ta boa- aebnlfttea ta tlat Sot ereifa pwer which haa cade this brrach la intr rank, and feel earteWra aoleainlr ! renkded ttat life ia ahvrt aal aacef taia. : j Kttohti, Tltt e tender oar nott aiacere and heart-frit rpthiei to hia bereaved fxajly and rtlatnea. . Ji'ttt'ttd, That ia Ukea f respect for ar deceased brother, we w ill wear the asaal bidfe f raoaroiBg far thirty daya. . .,.", Jittohtd. Thai a cont f these ero- reedinga, signed by our V. P. and It. Land for Sale. Xh orrna u ar3 y vevi W Tj f l-i,fttli.f Taa tlta Y aJ tiity-tjar Araia. atjfllr irt w'AleU. aaf. aJ a-ir. ltia a5e kum IIJiAaraaga. aaJ akbia aca aria cf tbafrArbaf-tba iIWL f ia ail 64 baJ. W awy4a anea r1eai4. w9 tend. aa batiea4 ta k lattri apJifd ait liaW Ua aat trart af IW aaaaa ailed wkLia laat t auSea af tmvti. ,, t . A ff ty U Pr. O. f. U j. WILL. A. CSAIIAM. Suj lib. t5l. 3-I" Town Property FOR SALE )R KENT. Li ithaimparuntimere.-HialMd Jf Utter attmpted to pwre that, increasing Coinmoa Ln-a 31 a f5; I. ,ba Haa- af Eepanua.ea rf ,b. fni,e4 Uom lb NoflU. ...j tKrf, , ' . , liberal term, oderej hj ba g.ata ar. eonriJercd. I5?. 1 !? ! "'PR1 ? wbe b. arri.ea in Waab "in" Wb - proCuWe-perbap. pra. I " 'V I' ! - ' m . . . . . . n " a .-- kb . a n r i ii 17 at 1 1 1 . " IDl ' "J ruid " woiiry.M I have rou n tlirn;n- . rA t"Jt" V, ' , r,UPW V .on lH,s .P,,-mt; . 1 ."n. ?rove i UH sales of prim .w,nS m ia j h aben ha awed in Waabinl cry nernc tnion. a.ay. y tha raH they m. P!r.!e4 to r for iba Uua ofthirtv-it eaun! tad acta af ana af lha Sutr whkb aaw It. i!uosbt that n ... .ml ib.i .it Wrbetieva the right apirit it now it work camnuaa it. ba biaughl labia thai hojy C . aaatb of tbal line wouU be tnlf inlal.a Sutea. I wt hof 10 te M " 10 nnoon" ,h,t lh. that tshttiet.m admitted the right to rallied Jeci4on. I law important, tbm, that lb. fiol wltan the Mil rame ap.lha tno.Wr.1 men .11 ' "k k ukr , Secede." aeot4 af ibU DUricI ahmy aekn a irpiwenta. .otej U ilm , fcw bol-beaJed fireeatera from J, W-1 . , DJ In. nPnZ Sanly held the book aiva eaU in raunaeL at the rumt t,.i:.. ...I ' o . ..u , . .. . ! " "" - " , torn 0.1UUI nimr won aatu mr wouia auomit ia ntmM. WentifirJ with at in inlefrat. and abnaeoevaiHm na eoaiprnniar. and take nothing abort of the li- (ID before the auditnre. tinen at thi . ' . . . .. i HlOfena!iiHi5UFalrirf.th.tcon.leraWae. .c wlere i;uirin I,.., ntended to', qd tilled tie ImIL few burera ia muket. prime w ere at 8 c. Corn. Corn is scarce at 65c. Wiir.aT. The receipts are. increase in :. t'nme Ked and IV lute 53 a V5e. rura.0!d Superfine dull at t4i: place where I'untn had orrtended to r;. i;u at" iaih.CaianUUym,do.e., Tw,r.oaV'r1,nfrar.,iotJ.. irom. anu reacler what do yoa Ro.-.prirne Virginia Lard.iakers, lil-a?.saa-WCh there? hy aivcu;,2c. 6 E " " ""wi"" We v " i MflArl lhat Bjl.aaaa I eiuilra aauw.tillw blraliul raa faAati MtiaanMnaa a ... .J" aiva a m Bv a State. inrludin, Mr Venable.wh. advaeat. lha Wo add halite. .tBDth. Uacov,-) trg.n.a caret . hoj: roaaO, d-ctrin. af era4on; and if ,11. the, wiarileaeelB, that lb. bill could nol pa...,d I "P"""-" .PP . pc.cn " . 10U 10ic; Htras I2c. Weatern UaillS f0,miwa4hirdafanrJe.,ai c' 1. Theaudienc were struck dumb with - ,1 , Uic. Sides 9it Shoulders 8c. aaJXarACnwiiatta . , ., . " , . I miiieJtoprenlit,andanmieoliiionwaappi treprrt..itawtM!bCarol1,wiilkCo. reommeu.led the line t V, t.u.mfr4MB..L.'aa honest, intellijrent people in thaP ber mad O.Henn.n.t,.,,, to ,er the Tn Are . 3, 30-. the Cr. ea.er. were the foremost ta ' Kt A ;a ,he Pttit(,L, . piu.e .toUr,nc. h,.! 'Uncil of the Iiat.un. should he gltj yaa prepawd fc dua, Mlow rttoesif V ill you fry out f, th,t Une. But it wa then loo Uw. s Uea Md milef CtMm ow h,nJ wr;en ,,, f rascally a piece if meanness. diad lb. caoU af W'.ft. Mrawo.i By uniting with lha Abnti.ioni.ta the, had defeat. hlm fri)M RnJoI h thia lu, mM Ju t Mr. Stanfj Very effectually ejposed and Jacka,, and pws yaar arf b Mro .a8 a cd the I4H MaWUVm, lha line af 36 8y, ,d ,t lh, ,ppoin, Jlt .lluJtt, nor fJin th, ' J. " f.dL f. tf In .or, and Oomnment which h4a wrured h. Col Ki2. hinir delivered ua the leHer. eon. .. " ., ..... ... Lr.J V ?h,"Sto "tten bv" Jud?e Ma u.Wewin8..ndHvilr6e. Mr Uf ra e..jn5ed'ui,d,,e lha rieW wa. newer able la act tho 1 l.r n assertion that " Behmg by aay peojih'i If not. then ra your ante for uortbrra men int.. lha Irneea apm. The writer Iba Han.Catvta Gaavti. Van osy real wur- Mya Jha will touch for lh. eoncctneaa of this REPORTED INSURRKCT10N IN CUBA, ad. f.om lia well aut.!uhcd chamter. that while j rt,ten-.i, and wry f nificantty a if Mr. Yen-1 The m,m reliable of the New York n wut miutuiiy ai4tw up I ear ngm ba will ..e of Niwth Uarolma. wa not anions the Cra ' T,..;.. An. .o.- - ,n.Jr 1' ....i ru I ty, Alabama ! I ... The question arises is a roan who would stoop to a trick of this sort fit In represent an honest people in ongres,; w 1 4 : Aarf A if Whig, THE aa bat riaar! barina aVter. I A Btiaed ta reoMMa, mtftn U aala re i ' I irnt tba Laf ftaweeewpird by hilt La ia.tba taww mi It.uu.s I , N- wad at Iba camet af Kin ui U -k. ateeeta. Tka i.proeet,t, tonM faUrreaaJ eaatmadiaua DweMina llauw .,J .it S., be sent to the bereaved family of 0l-if , aba an Oi&a eanvemeat ta iba the deceased t and that copies be also f1" stmMm U tba aee. r. k m a. . . . . . ... i aa)kt.1jaLUBt m .1- . ft. k A . . . w. a u-wa wniwrl La ir. Mittl aa anf.il.af Well of -ood water, and a rii ci U uatea barden. Tl.la ia ana ilLe anott . bciIJa lota ia the lawn, and adauraUr eJar ied la It a eaoteiuenca of ibote a ba oy wwb la L ie lanU era. . Oratoiuta tie abuva Biaf.f Lafkawat teat skijt aaat atal. ad front Ml.yW.U at reel, ta aaoibaf Lot. .Na. 133. wbirb ia aU aTErred for aala ar rent. It ia welt adapted ta chi Hum, and baa a it cr n n.r diotM rkatiet and a plat af Lacerae rcrenily agwrt. .. , . - t ...... k Tba fin Lot will ba mM law. and the it. atenta reg'iUirJ to auit lha eonveiiit-nra af t.ur rbMera. Should lhat ba tdd. tb. other will ba aow aa wrm equally reaaonaUe. reraaae aeanaoa of purrLaMng wif! pleaert!l ad eiamina tba pteaiiaea. and ia my atari re. iririrar. nay M vua to Ktrpuea Mooie.eM., who a ill act aa a.rot for me. K. II. CRAVF-S. JulytSd. 1851. B3: forwarded to the editors of the IliH.bo roagh Recorder and Spirit of the Age, with the request that they r ublih them ia their respective papers. PETEESBUEG MARKETS. , Keparted fr tba Inu l!i.eaerr. Friday. July SStb, H5I, Tosiceo. Receipts continse light Sales are small and demand for ail sorts f ' .wwl ... I .1 mmt. ,i. it- r uwn vi nut uga o a unit oi Leaf 7i a Maaufac ton ever favored secession was a. vile slander of the Farther of his Country, In reply to a question. aked him by c..r' r..n! :j l Obituary. Died, in Richmond, Va, on the 16th instant. Mrs. Wiairata Noawooa, wife of lha Ilea, William NorwooJ, D. D., after a very abort ill ucva, iu the SCth year of her age. In the death of this lady, society baa suffered a wry great lost. TU deeesrd was diatinguith. ed for crest prranna! worth. She posseaied by I i ; " j j m m - . Mr. Stanly, Ruflin said he cut the slip ' nature, the highest integrity and uprightness af atA uinfiArt lb. ttniiin. .ntl Mttst'w fr..wM um ' .... t. .t.. t.:it .1 - - .r I I 1 . . T m 1 t.?-! 1 1 , -r1" ctM w;io wiHtn vim m.i iwn n icum .., . nuen.ce in ,me report letegrapnic Abolition sndSecessian,thelwoesiremerkients j by their eo-opcfstjorl with lha sholitionists. No account of which we published jester which .re working together for die destruction of, doubt af ir. He was frequentlT found acting day) of a serious insurrectionary move the aablcst and fceesl government under the sua. ' with UidJings 4 Co. during the action, and in ment havin taken place in the Island Ye Waise alio laa lha rioon.ga to the polls consequence af his eitreme position, which ' of Cuba. The Commercial Advertiser arid vat. for CatvtaGsavu. Thouch he U a 1 b,utt,hi bim in such dose nroiimii to the fa- f Tuesday evening speaks of the ru Democrat, sad diflrrs with yea en eoqic jmpor tanl ejuestiuns, yet by hia elect ion you can secure llie triumph of a great principle in comparison with which lit other. political questions sii.k into iniignifiranre. Indeed, unbae tba Union is pre. ....I .it .i 'I "it tm-t nitirai U(D WIMM rat" aelesa, sad wauld he buried with lha free and happy institutions which hae so hng lieeu our' Grab pride and boast. , ; , fc Ya DsaevasTie Usios Msa.go lathe foils, and vote for Catvt Gistks. On all questions af party politics he ia with )m, and by bis p'u denea and ability win promote your interests quite s e fleet u illy as hU appooent; and al the same lime you will aid in arcaring the permaiieore of the Uuion, and in putting down Hcresnion. Grnersl Jackson pronounced Secession and Disunion to be one; and very forcibly added, M Disunion by armed fitrce is trciiton You reverenced Gen. Jackson irt bis liff-tinie ; da yon vsluJ his coon sets the lr nnw that he is dead ! I.it05 Mr.x. all, rally to the polls an the 7th of Aujut, snd by supNirtng Ctirta Gasrrs you will aid in upholding the Union and the Condi tution.the fair luhcritsitra of your fathers, and which it should be your determination ta transmit uni;nptrod to your c'tilJreii. If you do your du ty, succrw will crown your efforts. , natica an the other side, ha lewivcd a pretty tc. moras foil owst . o i ! tclacastisUrm&omrthcrnitchtc.,, whothen . oorae vague anu coniricuirjr m raie spcesston t sant 10 M lpi ty oil ' " . . b1!vm Str tl ' teliigepce from Havana has throw n at 1n3 Jie inAlh Sl:e. I lV Wither. W t .latary By ho- South Carolina. Opposition in sep character, with the utmost ingenuousness and fmiinet of disposition, &he was also remark Ida for her prscttral good scnat snd uruforia rhecrfulness of disposition. These qualities were cherished and atrengthened by a truly chiistian spirit, and a calm, unwaserirg Irast in the kind and gracious providence of her Heavenly Esther, . t i i !n i.-.i. i .1.. r..:i ...i be Us duty to hie country to bsh such u ilk' with an unsparing hand, into larse letter excitement. Readers !iv. San.tnr fmm ,MilutMWt ami f),i btlased. She wss a warm and a dwnterestrd will probably remember that about ten- j. McCord. an emine.ti . lawyer of Col ! "'hid, evet ready to forego ber awn ease and .1 i.i: i.-.l . '.4.4 ... i .. . . , . ... i ! i r -i ..I. frjA vert liitcrestiiif kttcr from Governor UV" "u wc puuusncu a .luicmcin w umuia,aniini-tn liw ui ianguon uiieve, counon wr iue connicnra nu 7 . " mmmr tn . j-.:,,.:,,,, ,a .j.. ..),. tne enect tnat 01 certain parties name , ,ar wmten ainma loners ajjainsl the iwtlt. erst and a wis and juiiicwuscoueorwinoas ' as rt-Act turn annaniraiv a i PiiArivi 1'rin - .... -1 -. . fl.... --...I I t . . i . i t. . i..: .a a. (a Jn-a-.. x V ivi vis.cps. aav-t . a v a s ... . ry a- r r'HsT1 ir: CleUtT flIMrl. ir t "" . wUO OUglll 9f llCriaCU XtCT slUfKCa will be fount! on oar first ptjje. . '.. i t . i . . . i ; ... nr.non mi tireriMihirouen on nw 111a iQnaiit. . .7. i . . i i . . . . . .... ' - -m - - .in, iiruiniriranrr ika nn rains mnnn. . .. .....I r...... I .....,... ........ j ......... i, w ttliui.nttt M"IH iliw VHll'll P Hiiiirinw I fsin. whara thav found seruritr.' wereMu l..mior.n. m K..uilirn inuiiiuiitm.. .nil We also present in aur par to-dsy s portion Ruppiei wj, j, proviicn from the town, drairuelif e nf lli rununicul prosperiy af an oration delivered by the Hon. Daniel Web . j,a been joined by a few others in. like f the Sisie. star, at Wasliingtou, on the 4th, on Isying the ' danger of arrest, and that an attempt of . . earner stone for the extension of the Capitol, j the authorities to reach and capture The lion. Edward Siai.lev, in a letter Richmond Whig, Died, on the Slih ult, at the raideaca af ber Biother.in Chatham county, Mrs. I'll a Lias mt, aged S3 years, wife af Thomas I.indh-y, The decessed was never beard to cemplein of ps'm, and died without a struggle ai a groan, ap. Kew-York Importe.i and Jollcrs.", FREEMAN, HODGES & CO., 5 IMberfr-Mreet, Dluffn Broadway mnd SeuttU-lUruty- KKAiTHS rtiBT-orricr, " SEW-TORI. WE are teceivng, by daily srrivsls from !! rojie, our Pall and Winter assortment af Kk-n rastionalile Fsney ttik. sod Millinrry Goods - . . t - We laspectfully invite all Cash Purebasrra tlvoroughly to exsmina our fctot k aud Pikes, and as interest governs, we fra) eonrldrnl out.Gomla sod Prices will induce them ta select from our es. UtiJinknl. Psrtlcutsr aitralinn is devoted l MILUNEltyGOODst, and msny of the ani- cles are manufactured expressly to our order, snd cannot be eurpassrd in brsuty, at la end cheap- liess. Beautiful Psris Ribbons, for Hat, Cap, Nrk, and BrlU 8stin and TaAets Ribbons, af all widths end colors. Bilks, Sttfnt, Velvets, and Uncut Velvets, for Hat feathers, American, and French Artificial Flower. Pufllneee, and Cad Trimmings. ' I) i c Trimming, large assortment. Emhniiileries, Cspes, Collsrs, Uiiderslrevea and CulTi. Fine Embroidered Rciiere and Hcmstiich Cambria I'snilkerrhiefs. Cispesj Kisses, Tarlctons, Illusion and Cap Laces. Valetteieaea, Brussels. Thread, Silk, and Lisle Thrrsd Lseea. Kid, Silk, Sewing Silk, I.S.Ie Thread, .Merino Gloves and Milt. Figured and Plain Swiss, Book, Pishop Lawr and Jaconet Muslins, ES-QLISH. rHKNCH. AMERICAN ANB ITAt!At STRAW O OILS. July. 1631. I'tisi Mrttaal ikiuJl IsriV rMlklrM svill flllhiatl ft ikam ltai raifA(t Wal ft nnr hstlfl iAra t itsA V. trill Vf slaa Wliiia iltllilsB ttk 1.11 I'reaLofwhjthit -iU require no persuasion from fully weighing all the statements, that unfounded report lhat lias N-en eirrttla cd j Pant ,rom u l'""s' P'rC 't u.lainduc.m,rrc..lcr.ioP.ru,ke. these are the simple f.cts which hare'in relation lo a spen-li .f Ms. and says; ; U.eJ,all,e5.huH,.tlh.res,dene,fh..&, . Ibeen magnified into "revolution, the' stated, a I ilui.lil inoi distinctly, lMT n "snaoipn, .--i.s waaisr, -gru. The Demomt of yesterday complains thai wa first blow struck, former news confirm what I have sid errrvwhere. North and j J'S", aon of William and Sarah Lindley. lb. i - TUe nitsrepreticntcd.htm in our rem.uks uon his ed, revolt of the PrtnctpanoS, troops.; South, on all neoaions and to nil persons notice af the debate at Cb-pvl Hill. Wherein driven back, with much more o the with wliom J hate eonvrrsetl, tli.it the .h.im mi.rrfl,.n.eJ him wa sre ntterU st a same sort. It is rather too bad this hot .southern people would wiilmttidisiiiietinn loss to pcraive, and we Wlieve if caUed upon ha weather." of parly, regaid tl. lepeaUniiat la w a would U eouslly at a lw to specify. From th. ' confirmation r the above, we re declaraiion on die p irt of Loopes thai f I ... a .....k 1.. tuaw nt Vttonnh al.sk ..si. tv.il.l a.. I ulias r.s Atsatailaasl In a iaa ODSlllll- I pe to nave: lanimn ol war; mat it womu tie treated 6heer fabrication. It at first! with ite satnn spirit ilut we would evince some excitement at Havana, 'shocld Congress rsiahlish order, of nooil .... .i . -i. trivrii lasi, riinm. u way 47.aiiiiii, kjtiniit .intuiu it. "tisr" ..ft"1" lenorofhitrcmrk, we presumed that the ob. VV r,i . .l r.r :. I.i . . Pi...! . 1 .. - .. advices from Havana to the 17th iu t he nrnteciinn aimnnieed bv the I onsi &?!7?W wss tocoun teracl tne ; rmct , . re .. rf ,lauhf.v W(H,ld regard it a. a i iT Ms- 1'liillm a ratnltf tn lie. VasnAta'all. l III at m.e . - . ... , - a ! . . . a a ""--r::-rw -n ,,wn rpfrtitin at Knnci . . .t . a r I!. - ...- BSAai as nntrmii nn ansa s irs m iiiai m ri ii-ia z iiiiij . - been t we prosume the Democrat will nul deny mat inn (.j Cnion Candid it e fur Co grcss In this District. The confi tence of the frion Is of the Union in ( the stronger denrvs are altirded that he will receive the sup p wt of the Unio men of h-th parties. . The scceMouUtf are evidently tieerwtmf .alarm ed st his growing prospects.' The Raleigh Standard, NjL Intel. was his intention. In the wording of his par., goon bsided graph there wss nolli'mj to misrepresent. Vt both erth. aentciice which was intended to convey j ., . .t .,:,, f,oll, WHshinirton. July1 succ-s. of Mr. Giave., seem, lo be growing ; the tin?ieijn that Mr. Phillips, reply had been , 3 f ilV8 . .. eilTn ,lal t1P grcrnment , ) I - . -i-.. .n 4i.; inula aiiar numn s uinimuuii. or 111c in- .ioi4ii imiin mi 1 1:1 wa 11.111 n lies 1011 111 iiijjrr anu .irmijjri wr J ut" I " , . . .. . ,iiii.iv "I ; -- - ,'inuation that he consulted nis pru.iencc in not u,e lnosl prompt and tletermtncu, manner. leptyingtoMi.Venable's ft j inder, were suggest. ; They hare agreed to signify to the Freurli cd hy the Democrat's " esteemed friend," or were ' Government That e ill not permit lliein to his own suggestion, was of but little importance. 1 exerute ij.eir threats in regard to the Smd- . . .. . t ' i.i m.i4. 1 us tinvrriiiiFiii win 1101 .j.... 1 1 11- ...i. ihKin own v sunmion. snu wa , " 4. ine wauing oecession prim in ine oiaic, an'i iuj "" - - . 1 . ., . . I .... .11 .!.-. ........... 4.1,L.ti . incl frill. 'Kin iirrilHt II UemKrst, which obsequiously fbHowam tUwake, aunjecs ... - a. , . ... Vlttnn3a nil(..r . nr w:tl occasion illy manifest their uneasiness, but m-i-j could bestow. ,.-. . -. ' ' U u,leratl the surrender of iho Sand wicti th-r of thsta vanturea ta aiy aujht ajiiast Mr. Th. editor', frequent camplatnla of m.sreme. , j,,. ovvpr whose ft4 Graves. And it i well they do no!; indeed they aentation, ut"'y goundless as they are, we re-, . ,.,Piit, di"piie the United aeem to be corricious that, if they wer. to under grd only indicating a conscious inability to f .MnvA facililici which lake it, it would rebound upon .hem with a crush .ulain by argument the positions which h. aa. . . w , . ini rtfont " 1 aumea. we nave never ih ui IV, ot make a law reKpectnig an fMaiiiisii mctit of religion, or prohiliiiing the free Land for Sale, -"? WILL ba sold at liuMic site, on X) the 36th of August, being 1 uesday of fe Oranir. County Court, a parcel of (:- m . - aa 1 l.nnJ, lormmg part 01 in. mooreneus Tract, contsininit Two Hundred and Seventy. Three Acres. Bsid laud siljoins th. tands nf Wilon Waison, the late UsviJ W illiims ami Thomas i'asiiniTs. This parcel of land is all in woods, snd some portion is well tiuilred. Its IMwition is about one mils ami a half in a direct line fioin the Central Itailro.uI.snU 11 is neiieveu would be Jii.ir.ble in furnisliintr msterials thst will be iiecssarv in the construction of the Road, For Sale, ' AT THE DRUG STORE, , A QUANTITY of Kncon, whkb has just been received. July S3. 83 tTAjmom A Clood Move, (second hand.) tl&r. suited for a dining room, sitting room or church, for sale very cheap. Apply at this 'Office. July 14. 82 Avcoitmioclnlioii. Isiiir ol HACKS. . . .11.. I Will IH! limBsrwtt nil iwiiut.vii exercise thereof. I stated llial the repeal , Twm milk know m ,Uy of Mjr I . . t.:.l. I., t... The Ihiioj party hava Wen particularly forlu-' to roisreprcsenl a single expression waui ... - nale in their seWnm of a candidate. As a sen- used : and we" fed sure ne cannot .p . .r Id bi iiii about revofu Tan Dhkax or a octhkrn Contko ERACY. We perceive llial soine persons still doubt that certain of the ulna of itie rOBth reallv eoiiliinplate the idea of a 1 iirrmil 'Hawaiian independence tit be dea;Siniilierii.l'oiif-dfrai-y. The follow ing . . . .. ..t t t. . .. , .i.t eS'rarl, mnvrver, 1111111 .ui noincn ir time since deli w ml by il.e llou. R. 11. liiieit, is eonelusise : "Within eiolitern inondi f aftT ihe he. giningi.f the end we w ill hate iho w hole South widi us, and more than liat : We will extend our borders: We will have July S3. R. J. ASHE. 4-ts T llemen, Mr. Graves's character and manners are uuexcepti m ihle, a a p liticianr. though a ; a'aunch DimKH-at, no one can doubt his hones ty and integrity, as a Christian, and a memher af th. Baptist church,' he is without th. least reproach anJ altogether he is just such a man as both political parties should delight to tally upon, in order to carry out a principle which should be deanu-j above all party considerations, ia: tht preservation of the Union. And it is becau they have such a candidate anJ such a cause, that the Union men feel confident af sue cess. ."... Th. Dt rn wrat indulge, the hops that Mr. Graves does not sanction the use of hi. nam. in the contest. " No doubt ihe" Democrat is sirfecre. in lha etprcs-ibn of this hope. 'As the iditoi is a supporter of the right of Secession, a defesi of Mr. Ycnabi. Would of course ba fcll by him trs Bo uncyjivocJ censure of the" doctrine a' hsa a tvnr.t.t t,t if tm ill t'tm'K Tttttf il A Demqirat, We sss-jre litm t! st Mr. Grvvc.! a. " ' ' i.:t. A.n .a. Indeed. ni. nu-inri in wmi'ii wo ua.v - we think we can aafely say that there is mere Ucuiah Association. MIE next Annual Mewling of the Beulah Af snci.iti.n will be held with the Church al nHlill Meetinir Hou-e. Forsythe county. N. 1 M nr. Pri.t,. 1444 ttlM tlljlll 8D J.t rUIIIIIIVIH IHS "44 . bath in Augui-t next. N. J. PALMER, Clerk. Miltnn. Julv 22. 12SI. 4 - a To All whom It may Concern. rt'HM is lo give notice to all whom it my 1. eonrein. that I have aiven my soil WIL : LI AM J. HAYES bis freedom, thst he msy I misrepresentation In the fourteen line, of the De mocrat lo which we are now replying, thin the editor can find in aU we have written about th. Democrat from the first day of its existence. The ill-natured remarks in his paper of yesterday in dicate some compunctious iitings of conscience in conaeuuenea of the injustice don. to Mr. Phil lips, and if the editor had carried them out by an open and frank acknowledgment of the wrong, he would have deserved praise lot a manly course ; but tba endeavor lo ahinthe responsibility for the oWectionablc expressions will afford him BO re lief. Wa hojaVbe will profit hy experience, and though he may feci licensed to use strong ex presJirms, yet that he will see the propriety; of tempering them with such a degree or courtesy as will avoid .personalities. -.This is th course which al! tdiUrs should endeavwr lo -purine, if j The North Carolina Rail Eoad. The preparations forcoinmeii on thia Road are being iiijidV; Grecnsbproiigli Pajripi remark", lhal be fore lonsja-ve operations will be joins forward onevery section in the 3rd livi- . 4 I . 4 l , . ston. nor eastern menus mnsi nucsie the business, or we ehall be -ahead of them. . True, we have no great deal of cash w spare, and never promised nmrh ; but wa hive any ainnnnl ot hard work on hand and expect to. Iay II out. witii rigid good will." - - - ' The Slanuarci, remarKin? on mis, oo- ... 4 .i .- i. .r . .. r serves: . " e nave ine saiisiaciiou i informing the. Patriot lhat the. work on a portion-of tho. Uivison embracing: ibis place,; Ims Jilready beeif ,s commenretl. Mesrs. Nixon & Co.i bepin, work week, with Mr. John R.' Harrison, one of hc Company, as Superintendenr. Out Western friends may dir as oiurh hard work" as they ..piease-nud we bo linn w ork NVW-lexieo, Utidl and California. CtaU , at liberty to matte eontracis anu iran nu-...- .i ..Tr..,tr l,.a slaraa: we will marc II lito I ' mmseii in e pr. . .. ------ rtnffwwK v . . t r .l... r..tl .m nf Iwentv-one vears. ana wiiiioui ' 4 .l.f I ..... ...ill ..Kir I lUlll 41 lli.U i I he i aniirin o -.,,. .. ..... -- - .- - , -- - - i . , i . . i- . .w . ,r .i t-ra ....1 i'.s Ve.rcci.!.iliiv ils V ar cap.uiic us of t ie praaa are ineB;cie-at.waieu i " ;.: will haveaUvea.- And what of Mexico Why, w hen we are ready for them, and liet jieople are fitted to cnie amonjf ua. we will forma most glorious Republic more glorious than the Ancient Republic 5? . . .a of Rome, which lasted seven hundred years, and had similar institutions to our own. ... TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. Al a regular meeting f Cedar Grove Division, No. 51, Sons of Temperance, held on the 19th of July, 1851, the fol lowing preamble and resolution were adopted: . ... -'. -j." Wheceas. in the mysteripus dispen utinn nf Divine Providence, it has pleased theHSovereign-Disposer of ho r - - . . L:. d..lL ' ami man events to visit irs oy wcam, um remave. from our tnidat Lmcfi Pick- a a great 'de!d oIIetts, our friend aud betyed brother;, when ' the . c ultc 1 thcrefurc. be it A i .ntr rnnn.iliililV Oil Dlt PS ft, r B.VRNARD HAYES. July S5. 18.11. 9WP FOR SALE. 4D074. fine Phibdelphia Calf Skina. 4 dux. Lining Skins. I dot. Buff Spliu. . ' , LONG & WEBB. July I. j: - - From HILLSBOROUGH, via Oxford, fa UEA'DEHSON. - Carried Thron-b for V without (be loss of fine SlghPi Urrp, riVUE subscriber intends running a line of Hacks from Hill4iorough to Henderson, three times a week, for the accommodation of passengers going North or South, commencing on th. I5lh of August Th. Hacks will leave Hillsborough, immediately after the arrival of tha Stage froib Green-borough, on Tuesdays, Fri days and PunJsys j and will leave Henderson after the arrival of the Northern train, on Wed d.iys, Fridays and Sundays, so as to place pas sengvrs in Hillsborough in time lo rtfrrth them srlvcs with a night's sleep aud be iu rcaiiU't ss for the Stage lo Urccnsborcugh. . It is hardly necessary to -perk of the great ad vantages of thia line in respect lo comfort, aa it will save passenger, tha circuitous rout, hy Ra kish, ilia lost of a night', sleep, and th. uncom fortable jolting over the worst part of the Raleigh and Gaston Road. Passengers will be ratricd through for five dollars. ' (T Horses, Hacks, and good careful Driver. are now kept in readiness to carry persons to any point they msy wish for a reasonable cbsrge. ' (XjThs subscriber would also mention that h. kecks a House of Entertainment io Hillsborough, at which good accommodations wil be furnish"! f. r very moderate prices." ' KUUCK I iV .MUKK1S. - July it. ... . - " si- Oxford Female College. rltE first session of this" Institution will coin msnc. on Monday th. 1 1st -of July ensu ing It la vary desirable lhat pupils who expect ta enter th. College, ahoatd ba present at tba open., ing of the session. : v. ." w t wi - " By order of Ihe Executiv. Committee. , fir.inl. luneS3d. 1S61. 904w -FRESH -TURNIP SEEDr rr of SitfrToriialllT, r -. - r i Far HsW ai" TIU3 4JIT1CE. ATTENTION ! Town Company. wTOU are hereby commanded to attend at ; Hillsborough, on Saturday the S3d of Au gust, for th. purpose of electing a Captain. . By order of the first Lieutenant " " W. M. HAUGHAWOUT, o. s. July 90. ' - ' 91 CAI.T, CORN MEAL, snd HERRING. for sole at ; ; June 18. THE DRUO STORE. . 89 u)ie SO. JUST ARRIVED. r A - : - .AT Til B UKUU 4T VRSi 80 June It. . -. . .