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Ui.th C atMtatiea.aiid tktLawe Us taaraUaas f r jJfecHy, YVrdac z Zafi ftovf (i:6rr ri f "J 44 the e!y ol)vt Souther. Coarrn!, a, ancrf, U UU iacliirat gtrp, to far a . cW.hera Coo-fc-W;- b-atUi; it is U kWJ, according la &audarj"a HiirfjvreUtion, fc,t -vocatcl lit &wibra Caa 'ration a dUonka artW W UHer win mi U dWttd that the ja. mm ia ,, of the X.Ilivi3e Cfstio., , pWipaBy ii wort ef tie aJ.uc.tra f acea- ioew AadilUe factiafjaNtaaaririy,tkali!i WUrnuigtoei A Brora, and acaae oli or;.a of Lll taction, epn!y aowed lb it the inaUluiioaj lit U our tij v&ce to announce, tint oar utaeh repected fallow-citizen, the JiinM, !i ei. rt ( demand hia p.. M ; pot imj Iran ii. no m m iv uia write sua . fu&u-ir r e-i--f r S.HiittawDimu - r II"" t , " -J !) 'snif.t fry ui V,- r iimtr. a ltd f " .f iini. Aiirr lie, an rvtio - ... n l nl .SjHilIiI'.r..!,.. Iiu fA.U . , - - - ("iuukhiui ruu ft f Ti Uf CinUrnteJ W am fully (mu. UuaKia!r,lbous!iia) MVWUCHMW rtlU J-J .- . . . ,A km Mt. ulna harroni uiuLr nrt-..-i . . . . .. . m. oWmixtn. hate rouGmieJ ot ia iLk wniiumr . r. ..... , . .,, . . , 9inmm MnattUmttmif which lU Xadi.ak Can 'ad are itrraume all olamuic aiwl rrfWtln ' . i...' ..... ... 1 , . : wnli a esprrtoj to rr. IM lW Can- t!ie great diflu-wli in lliia pit of ibe Bla, u (ntwa wi U4f4 apoa iih jnUmn thfottb- ol tbt Luton, anj ceriajlj in tbia 8ut. Eil Rer. FibiI L Uriba, D. 1). Prufe- wr of the I a ion Tfcrolwrirf I teaIiarT t Vlurl- afrrrxn Illn'o. i.f .,T 4 ' PlfV- LaPn ireitrJite natri tv-Uodari. Some oiW. anj l!er'P';f-r '"T-il. il1"-," ! armfri aaJ Ain am! pen tUa tAir. f hope, will tie forae " T pCt K'iliiMii.iiPrt, a J tina.IJr ierlarwl fauiti record I the virtafsaad tUntier of ,,M? A""f vw. t ar -rlrrtne f i- Pmf. GnUm. lie r much beloved " f J o Irorr. frtflider rt. ml cf i!..unJ. tr 0.e people ofthi. town. Far more "' !? t't.,;',,d "bJ lu! .UH. ,, ihr h.fr i of Wifrf.Ll uian a vrar ne xt me cuiei miauier: . - - " ra mi fttfa iiir7 in- n if. tmi m . - . I . I,.i...i.iina f 11 fM ru I 1. ... f t .1 ' . a the lrebvteraa church here: tad . . --r-.H uu n,e I,,lll4l thf f.ftlllJ ffre wrj brMk oar citiien will niinsfe ith their m. "o e.Hiai i.. fc Wh ili, (,r. t.f lU Vnum i.. hi rrr ! AH inorieof the tnan irtoef of tlitir:u--r,t,,rl; tU" jiLrif Mm ,.f wr.,. wlinfvrml Mim- derarted friend, their" heartMt hbi.I1" UUn. ain4fT : t.ui U-i u. not h.t, iR f-"1 .. .... . . . .1 v , ; - parr. funic uu Ui decerned tna tmictrd . . . i, v , rp,,if t "" Hie nm are i frt Uiailjr. fW-iri BepvlCout. I .- ' , J , !' " njlri are ' ritii.' rd. try iromtur " Jatn1. j riier any be rasillr mad ! I!azr aiiWi. I AM KOV lECXtTKO ASO OtZlQ Trtl Stock of Tall end Winter '-- GOODS, iW N n beta marieta. coMMHig f ahncnt evrrj artk-S biu"t eomntfj at(H; aU wf Lkh Uj at trr k rale, W eWra of lU IhiIJW- k l riiniiaa aiaBri4 Mix jMiirhiug rU twr. roufhirttt tbrj eaa I'Iraaa la jaliljr a&4 . i . , . r,rlj a aaUcimt! from H. Etea t!t &!. J "u mo.!nale co4, tlie uifreJiruti ntra r t. , ... , nercuary M reruiia Ibe citiautrj aal and !... ... . " -. ,.-,u ... .... . . Caatenlioa hraltate audio the eud give M fertility. All anil aJmit ibat arba the H. . ., .. " . . , " ,.7"".""77 7W J.f Strang ,nj Mr. MRff, ia tVir lrtu-r on hefu14ieJ;aiM if any bar douUa that thai l!w ... ' ,. Special Tern i of the'nperior Courts ! errr exr1SBS pap r wp lrrf.ivei i Nh Judge Caldwell, ttuncombe. firt 6'' 5,!l " Ijudaimr ..f K"!i ndajr ia December, 185 f. Counlnr-aiatlr Janr.oJ almn an rran. I'roJuf, takra ia nrhanga tw CamJm. W.M. XKLS-.OX, - 31. TALL. Ortoarr t9. , 07 fteShl Tcntl. Got. Reid has Vo. aUt eii:,x.u., elinfe aSont a.," ilepemW ui.. i il.e Nmtli wltrilirr pointed the followiBj Judge to hoid,Pidly '' r. Tl.i lime Uiidier -ftall (mui aliojeiher. itiaf.tr tlie . ...... . ll. l - - an. rri i". it t Kit J rid.n and fttrltfaraiire. neare aliali lak " rft'1:-:5! fil-A'm t Irtrili. Sinre ihiie hifi.r i.-h Jllie pl-re f ng naii.'ii. and liannotiv and a V1-..' : ! JoJge EIU, Moore, fourth Monibr lfa rrreir.ri He we irr Lriir-mniir tplare ..f acmJ a.nl lt,ie. 'I .al IJa'iiI 1 'nnt i-)f.f nrc Jin November, 1851. " h ' .l--neinqan.Ihn ril4 li 'e Nnli uuinuin the eoreuanta of U lia IIU.IU vUilllatlvlN I Judge Uattle.WaLc, second Mondar ' "flWjr 'f j'" tial vrarl at le CMuiwi.in Crmlr,aud in fnml faiili. j OflWe cthe Nurth raiolma Hail RoaJ CV, .ia Januarr, 1KJ2. jlm i!ipii1.M.fJ MtrmpiiiM I.- i.i r,,n.;ud wa rhall on nuue'ltear tit hrf Aid ! iiir-iaarooSh, Oct. u, 1851. 5 I Ja.be l);ct. Randtdnh. third Mon tnitr irUe mut rfhi..iii will. n. ' lialrful threat of diaimi..n. : f IDS tl AJtowine ik aa ib line of aaij lnh. third Mon rnitr ifie ourrrhiioiia with hi. 'hateful threat of diaimi..n. IlJ' . a ' " , - l .... i I 1 MM I ;n 1 . .1 .L. r.rt . . ... I ine.a &a oTtlietiaoaiathiiahbothotal rt , ,. 7 -, tlT 10 JllJaarr, 18J2. , noiia wiui ire. are f,ie,JtHv . . " '.. "7 " ..V 7 I " . ul ajou 4ittM- tbain. By jjiU.iju ua of the k. -o. ... . . I I i ' . . .... r tM i.j JucSirCCuOa Oti 5WD a Willie. lninea mill Ukr vUc ataaki t)in. L . M 8WU DlTOTCC-It has beta decided by theV np,.m. IW m. t I l,u, .The fu!lo in- r,mart,i.i 7.1 .x ,u fIL i7J!7 a . a S .fit., a l v; . ; a a aa r -iw aaaa ul 1 aviv auax a-nna T . . . I . petrac Ar tbaraarl: arbilr two orthrra mota ' . i. .. . 7. ... . 't. .Ul",w u;iw v?juu v. v - r".-"- prwiigioua power 01 a hale, IS relatea mo w aaki naaa, tr.rf.;i,t t. i UBj,"ahw '' not New York aad N. eriej in session at 'V "p-ft. It I.a.rrrJbra ntlenian ho hasarrived in Bos- U ,k4 I..3.4.8.Cj 9. to, II. 11, 13, !X ; ;T ' Newt, that r the gospel i'y e.,i.,i,.n ,.f n fS, New vik Xre he ia.ti 'VMl'rV1' ? ,mJ 3i . Vl t , ' f ' v,V": f4cli.- Jt H.r...eninf or idle Wm. has arightto solemnize the marrugf "f--,"'' - H 1..n companr itl, C.pt iUlol. the Joas" .0l 3hol,l -T'r.'-ii h.,,., oo.e-, to tbt toahMni n-rUo. of tba irtJ.HiM. in many mind, at lr. who. ground fni. 0WB wroc5 tfoinr. JjMtrnalfc ' W .h the o...l exsjf-e.aiu.n thatcitTSatnrdajafternoonindestcain. For tb, M-ortry a.Ml bur-ru,. of ih. eirtU.auu,i.g.lublymo,.lreflI,,tth advan- ,ber lb. heart. of fttuthrrn u.rn ... not CUini'. of eXr.te.l f.-t (ln?. e h.re ln apt .,. kh5p Cherokee: ' WSoaring CrSJgra. m, aero. Cr,MW,t .. la-r. Ibr int.lW:ual and i.T-cion rub ura to ',i. t ti. .,.... I The amount f O..M t.ilc-n frnm th wr, Kn"ul! Pki which neither Cant. DrMofa. fifth !ialMh;i in En.i. Back Cratli, aad Haw Kivrr.an tba nnr' till ik lai s -mm I , ... ... a it a mi' art .... . a;iBj atlC aajlilUa VI rUUtlltT t tj , " . wa,eUihcyo,.yU r.ngwia. uw country. lUe formM , wh(m( h rf rt,nJin(r tames of Gold Hill, in Rowan Count 7.' "Tllteo lliea why rnrigratrl in this Stare, -ince their tliscorerr Int'"'--""! hli VtMmgtm. The il ,! rv.n..r.i ....'..i.i.. "wm" .1 l V . U"?M wuf1 For the Maaonry and PapeMructure of iuc sum ui AUgtm last, Wtien in twidga arroaa Ucep Kiw on tba Third Dmi..n. tba Drinornlift narlv. Th nma ' . . .. .. .... ' . j ...... ..... . . . . . -.n. ; mi iir: 11 i a i 1 1 niii n.L .111. r 1 ci .r, oaa aa ourainiHnn eonfrawdly ' ,,- .y. .1 . m-B rf .11 Yh ! 1 84J t' be fBUl.oUJ 84. llie,." " ,, r ' lamoue 3 Uegs. 50 nun. S., longitude roriba Maamtry and Surrtructui. of tha U tm ma.hu i-npruK-nU and aecutnulating CiT. lUnl "Pital invted io MJ near' "7" ' ,!,m,,,'r- 102 t!eg, V., while in parsuit Of -'! h Wh. caMi,tolid.M 80 aj. a correapondeat of "- P' nf whale.,0 of his boat that were out l"irrTl lJU J ' i 1 -r t , 7 orlh V0,,,w1,on bJ Iw !" fwlmfio n,:l, r idrtnlM sT!ltif. and (uraemia 1 fHHirnre in titfrairlt u .ttrLl 1 RN Caudte Owk. and Hugar Cr. k. . onrewatdrd. . Tak. fact-arid wo ax,,. W w ,0 ,h. rff. of iu o,rt h.rmle. aettoo, ' I i. w -riunff ind a al.tne, T S rainyolharaiui.Utbeadlid. .i fr'tenJ infontieJ iMKtM i . , , , . . . .. M at .,.;.a7 1 ' " Mr Pern n CWpIetelr f tttolisli-. tfw. ajrethma, and for aN Iha lirhtges etcei tl- 0. rc,.y. that, urn, wa. 1 faat year to an ' MailSI IWTItt, -The Sihooner ifS"" I ' "."P n1"'" l- iTj' C,PUi FromPt,J "?d out Yadkin tdae. will U ctcd to Jke Jik i 1. t laatriou. Vtiaaa of ihU county Ut 550 do W r ' UJ h,""'r,, Wor,, U g " boLn' Clurlea I). Klh-.f.u.n New Y-rk for WiM i",,h ",e ""T " f '-'".""'y. H . a thwd boat, and proceeded t te assis- th. -mount of ..-half of th-i, Ud, and l.id.hr, ilrWu.c.iI.of hucount,ro,550,loJaa, ilhwtrNrrr.w Uino k at tea oath, lishl ,f. P"" J" fr",rw "f ada.it.i.tra- tance of (lie tnen who were thrown in. ' ,,a,e whal ",oc' U"-T Wd r. or whche, and thia year h. widW. 4. to Wf,t Thi.wa.wbile,h.c,Promia9m...urrawer.l ,7, in,. U the sea br the de.troctinof their .rT- ms, Ual--l.TJiofth-f,,,by,l,.l.Worbin, juvu-ion. VV. dU n ariw. in ... ' J J, -p I J,Z The '-'-m bisrou ntrr- boats,' He'succeeded in rescuing on.ha,,Ua,JCM,.t.akn,.outU J "J, T; Prt. r.ae.a k.,I.Pro..lone. favored l.iui. II. , ,ii.u.,i,m scheme." It waa a recklca. einari- m.wh . we b- Jiere. for merrliaata of FaV- "T ' " . ' ' Rtfl tll becoming more frantic toke, ami at. la what Mock they bid ufonfor haJoetu.r.iai!wraer.jwd m many m-,,! u. make caju..! fur hi. nartr, in whuh ha e-lerille. alned at $2S.I0, Mut miMu'lr . ITi . ' ''''"r'r ,P lth nmediateljr directed his bbil p other portion, of the eout7. But it .how. in.rrd. ..f e..,,.. IV .J,,. to Tt0"1 ,,e l"""1 'M.course fr tlie ship., and struck her w"rd.tcm,.?. 'JWp.. 1 . "in i" ii'- 1 in itiii-imirr 'iiinu'.'icfi 1 i lenmrrn bit ran -s iIj i- i.t JoJ aea$n ; and it mut be borne in miiid that the recent drought waa not eonfioed to thia aertktn of the country alone. I IVcu" Hope nxninit flic I'Inca. Mr. Jamna N. Craig, of If aw Hope, in tbi. cnun ty , raiard tba preacot acivin tigftt'Jiet bualirU t of Swrct Potaloeaon onf-Courth of an acre of land i and a frirmt, who waa preaent and aaw them : nli.uml, aaya thry were of a remarkably tin. ' Site If aay of our friend, in lb. Pinea.whera the soil fa conmilrreJ ao wrtl aJHrd to tlita grta t tte, ran lat thia, we would be ptVaacd to record ' tlte fart. Nor wiO wa otjprt, h railed upon to teat tht. tyiaii'y of each parrel If aan ftut pf in the Stale; and it waa only through the com-J ' freif eourae t-Halle lost ; the captain. ied, by get- manding iuflurnr. of Jwlgea Strange and Satin-! ett ' l twajfrs were Save.1, by (ft .. . -1 at- 0 I V I I fir. for which tbi arUcta 1 now arllinQ in market, would bring $31 a good yield for a tnirter of an acre of land. Tl ia fact auggf-ti a huaaiion which our farmara woulJdo writ to cop. aider: I. there not too litll. attrHtion paid tojhe cuttitration of root cropa, which in tnany caa are va.tly more productive than Cora, and alwaya valuable for home eoniumplion, if not of ready aalo iii the market! STATU ELECTION'S. Elections t"ufc place la at week in the atatca of Louiaiaiiii, Miaiiipi. Maryltnl. New Jcny, iSVw York, Wivonin andIllinoi ; from none of which hs audi tent rc!urntecn rccricd to V enable ua ti m'e a aaiUfjctary report. Ia0'4llana. In thilale the election waa '"PNnnliera of Congrcaa, mom'tor of the I.egi laturcar.t , Atidii.tr of tlie Wale. In the city of New Orloks Vhig candidates for Sena- tor and nirea.titiTea Were elected by large . m.jtxitic. LouiaSujuiDanKcrat, i-.k-ct-ed to Cjnjreaa in the dUirict, anI J. Aristi de Landry. Whig, in tha'arcond. No rciurna from the other dintrict. ill llsNsllnl. The ctfccilnrt Waa for Gover nor an I membra of Cungreaa. Roporla in Ueate 111 it three Uaion camlid.ttca have been elected to dcra, Gov. HciJ. aa we learn, and a km other, that the bcmoriaiie party in North Carulina wa. not ruahed headlong into thia "disunion arben.e." To be aura the Standard haa prafraard a atrong a'tarhment for the Union; he kr.owa audi a pro-' reason I nrcaarary to tnabto him to efli-ct any thinj. But cannot tba Standard perceive, that continued agitation at Ibe South will have quite aa potent an agency in diaaoUing tlie Union, aa agitation at tba North! . The Standard, in a quotation which he now placca before ua, from bia prr of Feb. 1350, aaya, " We AcmanJ, in the name of the people, linjr 01 ho.trd the leinT. was owned in New York. Fayetlrville Oltfreir. European It H wul, -abreast f her foremast. iniurintr her " ' . "liy ndicallv bl T that ahf inetanrl filln.l v 1 ...u . . ----- - r m iuui iiu aa 1 11 a aaaiii iimriuirr uniii a riaa irr 1 a a a - . a ... - i - .-.a ua. v.a - g itnrn rini ami tairi'iH am, 1 mariali.in and All hands toak to the boats on the "ing. efcuile. of tl,e Uwdiw. and MaaonrT.anj asrHrwiuam, .1 lie idea of regulated free- 22d, and were subsequently picked up r'ou. of the Koaxl;andrtiniateaofthe Ma,n- Iftirr. as nruleMiod in the United Suite. is almost nukumeir. Rteu Kwnih con aents ti pliH-p hiiurlf hv tlf aide of aiw li T . -w-i. n i- .- . i rt .1. f a ilu Wp'iu icins as lniii ync and Le- nen, a Koman Catholic Priest, appear-!,!,,, i,..', ..im, , . . . r. ed before the Presbvterr of New York 1 r "'"e"" ' Enmpe at its last session, and after a formal :. Ii1-;,,;.1:i,r1kl.1. . ! . ' renunciation of Popery, and assenting ' J iTZl i ?. , . ""v1" STX to the confession oV faith held by the ,tS Presbyterians, he ei-ceivI n,fu!.ril,,7,T.1 nTb .HM C ,ook n .w- .JLa. ..r 4i.l " . ." . i.Wrf.anl. we ere no help that ibia jura:ioa of ilavaty :b acttkd .noo-. J L I1"" f.trii A sdff! ia harJ .hecutwe it is made nfytcel. Witt tcrns 11' liaav cj.iw.ul ir Copper. The Lake Superior Journal r.m. t7 .nibf f.i.;,Mi wnd -,. .1,. 01 uctouer syth, sajs mat the propeller by the ship Nantucket, Capt.Gibbs. of ? nd 8Ar,rtn!cUire of Bridgea, and tba Kantacket and arrived at' P.yta SeP.;ftVotr, Bkta ntnj be forwar.lcJ by mail, addreared PreKlrnf af the N. C. Rail Road, Grecnabo rongh.N. C ' -, A J. M. MOREIFEAD. 'rtcaident of the 1 C. Rait Road. . CetiberSU. f , t 07 Cw 1 - tember 15th, whence the captain took f wa. . . passage lor mw 1 ork, on hts way home. . ' . - This !a certainly an extraordtnarv instance of the fearful capabilities of uw wuaie, ana we believe the like has occurred but once before, whicjban" pched in the case of a Naptacket ship many years ago. ;-a hft Saut t. . J)' mug wltri on oftite Iaixest1rt.:ii f.,.. . .t :. ti 1 . 1 . 1 M.i.r 111. . nun 11 wi.iiii lip" iriuii.iitr .1111 lhpreaenlCongre,andacUlad f.trev.r." Well, j niontuig With one ol tfte Ir)eest1rt:u MlfJs11lTJw irn ti.tui, in.WityoTwfAwa that Congreaa did. by the anitej action of th. ofCopperever shipped from thecountry, ,,,,tf ihem free, anv mre iliin the .... . ( 1....:...- c ... .t.. ai:o '. on . I . . . . ; . j( Notice Odif. of Ilia N. C n.il RM.l t?rocnboroUL'h. Oct. 23. tfi.M. C hading men of both political panic., Southern . having from the ClifTMine 80 tons, in j f, (lf a .word can change wood into men and Northern men. make a exilement of the anu narret s; iron; mc annnesoia t. diir,clti which ba ao Ion detracted the eoun 3 l""s. m0iUJ,n ases ; irom tlie I'C i- . .. .. 1 . 1 tn.and upon a hai. .uir.ciently broad, it waa " ! u 1 ' " 77 , , . . . , ., frcls. Included in the larce lot of mass 1ihihJ, to arcure crmanen tranquility to the e . r,.. . b . ' I ta IrnnkJIiA I lift mm vucro it (nnrmnnt Uiron. But ia the Standanl antr better aatialicd! I . ... . .. nn 11- . ic Ol the 5ih of N-t August, this pnper hoisted tlie name of Millard Fillinre and tar .a I ron. B . i. .be Standan! any better aatiafic,.! . om fi five , "' -Ho ae,.heJ.- he ,a ,n the comprorni h; ngover 50lbS.each. The larg-1 o'" ,. " -from the beginning;' but doe. he endeavor to it We we!ghei 990 lbs., ,re than i,,n prrai.adehiarfadcralo"acquie:er Haa he not any maM ever beforc ,ent out 0f tjic J,. .I... .u ..... -r 1.:. .. . ....1.... -.t 1'ni'e.i i rather, to the extent of bia pnw. r, endeavored to randcr the compromise acta oJioua to the people, and lent hi. aid to part'mn. who have avowed a determination to continue the agitation! W. coantrv. Otters from Liberia of the 2fih of Jh give accounts of ilt steady progress of of it Id' are very willing to believe that the Standard : the Republic. The prospect of the he w a urere in bia prorcmiona 01 lovo to tho i nmn; srlilcmeiil nt Hi.si'n county were very fa but ao lonj a be coniinuca, in thia raitier of the , vorabln. The haihor which is to ronsli eonproiiii.-, to " run with the bare and I1.1U with the hound, we sltr ll bo force.1 lo Wieve that hia love to tho Union ia weak when in competition with bia love for hia party. If we have miaumlcralood " the position of the Stamlaid, ii ia became, of the iiicoimijtenciea in the tone of ila artir4e-) which have kd otliera into tho aainc error wiih ouraelves. E'en the Waah ington Tnion, a paper belonging to bia own po ll 1 ion I party, wa. led into the aaino view, and Congress, and one S.ccaionijt The toiea for teii very iwvcrcly with the Standard on account Governor cannot yet 18 e.'limttcd ; Davi. U 0f it, disunion proiliviiiea. We have no disjto papultr candidate, ami rttna well ; but Foote, in 1 s;t;on (0 niiorrprcent tbf Standard, and aha'.! sixteen counties bend from, had 2300 nnj tritr. ! brartily lejoire w hen its profusions of love for the Rlarjlnml. The Democrnti have carried Union, shall be followed by concaponding cftorta the city of B.diimoro by a I trgc m-jorily. j l(t ,.ro,note ita tranquility. iivn avi wj. 111 new arrsry inc ciec- lion was for stale and county officers. The Dc moctata ara largely in the ascendant. -A "Tren ton paper supposes that in the Senate thrrc will l 12 Democrat, and 8 Whigs and in the House 36 Democrats and 24 Whigs. ; Wcw Yorh. The Democrats have carri ed the city of New York by nnj vities of from two to fmr thousand. From returns received at Albany on t'ia 7th, it was supposed that the V'hijs hid elected their candiJatcs for Attorney General, Tre.isurer, Canal Commissioner, and Secretary of State ' . " In WlsCOTliIa the Whins have probably elected tho Governor and a mijority in the Le gi.'.l.iture. IIlill3ls. In this stttc tho election was for ntem'icri of tho Lcgislatura, and tipn tho ques. ti.tn of a Free B inkinj law. The Freo Banking liw has probably been adopted by a large ma- irllV. return nt tho nllmr p 11 inn. hiv reiTived. .'ra'iain. fur the oilier of Presi Vice President of the United At that time, we were solidary m. heinsj tlie only paprr in lit atr with iImI Itrkel at the head lorial column?, Il now, more than 300) piper hnve Fillmore name hoisted (f the rresidenry. nu over 50 have the name of Win. A. Graham at their mast lieads fort lie Vie. Preidrney We venuire In .?'. that mtirh nnanim itv scldi'ii ever prersriled, in regard to the iiniiiiiiatum fr iIiofp offices, at early "a peri ui pieced in the Presidential elec lion. . . . . . We lne honeaty d candor enot gh Bottom Jviirnai. ' . 1 11 iii ia..aiwawBBaawssaaswMaBBBsBWMaasM AVIllfl MPI?TfVn lT,wol?V!7l'l,n-idenlandDireetoraof V II lit MJch I IN U. 1 1 th orti,- faroluia Rail Road ('.... of tho Whigs of Orange wiV' tbXtb. Stockholder, pay int. tba Treasury of ,. .- i.... iMn Wrilahof ouch,. '! i?omp.ny ten dollars Ulioa !irh ststr nf J 4oniiH'KJtirrL. tht 5 ) ir,i.h toriAlwlil on Tucml to appoint Dclpe-fv-Mo tho Whi sii. i.. , fore ttm Bth di r3..,uain.-.aJ lion, proposed to be held in r ,, , mf ' p rraf be cha'a" .pon ftny" dclvrrrd ayineut also lo lake into consideration auch oibri mattrra frm and after the 1st day of February, VbU connected with the success of Whig prim-ipli., aa may lie brought before the meeting. November 18. - 09-i lute the seaport at that place, and which has been kepi from the settler by the Jen! ousy of a clii f wlio was an nldully of the slave-lrailt-rs, hud at length been pe-tcchly taken pnsesnsion of. Rmhlings were in the c.niife of errciion, im-ltidin a good ware house, from which it is proposed to sup pi V shipping with provisions, &r. The harbor is deep a id well protected, aud i party i woak'-r thai i:i former years. vessels can, roitspqnpnil v,lisclihrge along-Uml 'tis only hy rtomiiihiing the best, 1)31. 3. 3), QDUDOXTJXlXr iVIiolcKalc und Retail Drugght, HILLSBOROUGH, N C, OFFERS for sale, at low prices for cash, or the uaual credit to punctual dealers, hi 7AS.Ii "fiffOCiK OF Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals, Together with a great vaiiety of Patent Medi cines, Ac, including S mis Saraaparilla.Towna- ends Do., Hulls Uo., Baker, Hutching, and Hoofl.tnd's Bitters, Fanertock and M Lean's Ver mifuges. Ferry'. Dead Shot. Cherry Pectoral, ! liijlttsm ftf W.lil f.llAr.tt P.ndin a. 1ia 1 II. to assert our belief, that Millard Fillmore Ueative Fluid, Surgical instruments. Spring and isllioonlv W hiiiil the UniU'tl Slates w ho .Thuntb'LanccIs, Trucs, Suppoitera, Ac; will ran he e! cled to the Presidency, at t his lime. It U list less to deny that the Whig The StHrt:lartI ami flic Union. The 8tan lir t ihis:. upon it tint we have gar bled its editorials, because we quoted passage allow that it went n for a Southern Convcn, btldly att.l wi h tut rescrv.',". nn l did tinue the q until ion st as to ineludo , lion thai-he believej it to be -1'; side in one-firtli the lime occupied in latitbn rargri at other I.incn in towns. As the place is healthy, nd supplies ex cellent water, it was long a favorite resort for slavers, who g.ie it tip with great reluctance, mid it may probably- now be selected, instead of Monrovia. a a port of rail for the contemplated ecrew-stcamers ictwren England and Fernando ro. It is to be railed Creenn, in acknowledg ment of the labors of .Mr. Elliot ('res&on in promoting Liheriau colonization. EOSSUtH.. It would seem frnm the ae ro .nts received by the Europa, that M. Kossuth has left the U. . Steamer Mis i sisMppi, in dudgeon with Captain Long-. irr cnmiuatiLVr. I lie misiiniiersiaiuiing, is said to have taken place at Marseilles, ("apt. Long, not wishing Kossuth while under the protection ol ilie American nag, to thi anything which might compromise the American government in its relation wi ll friendly power, probably remon strated with him,, and he look offence, and left the Mississippi at Gibraltar. Another pvidanatiou is (iven of the circumstance of his leaving the Steamer." to the effect tbn be left the Mississippi, because the Captain insisted upon steaming direct lo New York, without, calling at Snullwmp' ton. There is a sctew loose somewhere. Ii is even said thai Kossuth has wiitten , loupe. ahuiii!f both Capiam Long and " " . . a American Consul at Marseilles. the annexed dcsptich, wlucli we ami Whin.l" Union. throw t tipoti the aiibjecl. ..... n ........ ir..H.ir ili imireu mi i.o."i assatlor at the - ourt ol at. most patriotic, learned ami conservative statesmen in it raifks, for the Presidency, that it can ever retrieve its former power ami glorv. many other articles. November 12. 09 ' Pnr the rnnvrnirnr nf itoeVhoIilera. tiavment made to tho Bank of the State, at Raleigh, and to lb. Bank of Caps Fear, at Salisbury, to iho credit of the Treasurer of 'said Company, and lb. teruflrat. forwarded to the i rca.urer, will ue derated auflictcnt. ' ' , IC. P. MENDENIIALL, TreasV. October 2S. :.r. 07 4w LAND, CORN, &c, FOR SALE. ON Friday tba 7th of November, tho under signed, as Trustee of William II. Horner, will sell (or cash, on th. premise., the said Hor ner's TEACT OF LAND. lying on the wa'er of Little River, in tba county of Orange, adjoin, ing the lamia of H. Terry, Nancy Dunnagan, and others, and containing about Three Hundred Acres. Also, a quantity of Corn, Wheat, Oats, &c. At the same time and place, the undersigned, W. E. Waller, will also sell a quantity of Corn, Wheat, Oat., Fodder, and Household and Kitch en Furniture. - FRED'K HORNER, Trustee. XV. E. WALLER. October 23. ' 07 Female Seminary. 'fPHIS Seminary will ngnin open on the fust Monday in January next, under the instruc tion of Miss klaaTHt J. Walton, and her sis- Mr. Fillmore, though a Northern man, ; tor from the Warrenton Female Institute. The is shown, bevond question, his tlelermi- !hion will be at former prices. Board will be fiu.i.u ...ui.iii. iv umuuiun ..uii, .u.i.ifi. nation to tin all sections jnsi'c, and lo ad minister the law according to die eonsii. union, as formed by our forefathers. lie is a noble patriot and a wise states man, worthy to be honored by his coun trymen. A!a.Argut. Since tlie fate election in Mississippi fir dtlgaics to the Convention, manv of I until the expiration of the tirst month. No de duct ion for absence except in case of protracted sicklies. JOHN II. PICKARI), November 3d, 1851. " 09 Iw Come and See ! BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS. CCTXhe New Cheap Cash Storc.sa t". . Messrs. Latimer & Brown, HAVE A FILL ASSORTMENT OF Fall & Winter Goos. TT Pleaso call and examine their Stock. They feel grateful for the liberal pntronape which they have received, and hope to rr.crit at continuance of the same. October 21. 0C HISTORY OF i i i a wi ...tr, i.nia nuui, ioiiriintiii, r nwuuMii. ui- v-...., ... measures of the last Congres liavo eomefering. Young Man". Olli-ring, Young Lady', the .ale an forward and publicly acknowledged the Ofleiing. Snow Flake, Dew Drop, The Gilt of Counties a voice of the State to have been decisive- Affection. The Hyacinth, Christmas Offering, 3d, 4;h an :ITE c I. n , : I .., r riTIUS mval mmV hi I'.il YVn.rt ID mil tin i ..... i . . ... I I remans i wis oi iiitenca, iit-nucis , a .v , w her politicians who were most sirenuous 1 MemorVf r,owew of jMn Rcmcm. X naAs to, deliver, io . few .lay. The aub in their opposition to the adjustment t j,jc jaa n00i Jlarmion, Friondsbii)'. Of- scrilicr, having contracted, with the author, for nu ueuvery oi mo satu worK, ior an mo and Towns embraced in the 1st, 2d, and 5th Judicial Circuits, (except Ra- raa a rvi a .i . I. :.U iKvn. na l.ntt MiiitliAal saw t rS A fstK . Iv nrninilniill in f-iwir ..f unniMoenimr i.i 1 "PP" " nilosopny, TraUlllolts Ol me IOe- .lis" ly pronon.teeil in Mvor of ncquiescing in " .,. , t,' n. it;,iM. CuiU would inform his friend and saWrilrs. those measure, and igainsl any furlher;rie 0f GIFT BOOKS for Youth, inclutting that the distribution of the work will comm.nc. I " . . . .i a :. : v i- Arthur's Tale, and other Cheap Publications. . tnis m. n it. iny yi non w.5.i.ng uic ami can OCT To l had at the Drug Store. 0 I procure it from the subscriber. Price to aubscn- Novcmlr4. 08 bers $2:00, non-aultscrilicrs f 2:25. , j Religious, Literary, Temperance and School Books for Sale. Also, General Collecting Agency. SAMUEL PEARCE, Agtnt. Hillsborough, Nov. 3, 1351. 08 agitation of the slave'ry question, so long as the compromise shall be maintained by Congress and obeyed by the people. A mongsl other leading gentlemen who have thus come forward and grounded their j arms is ine uon. vm. iticvviuie, woo, ua a member of the last Cong' ess, fought the coir promise measures to the last, and con tinued bis opposition with equal zeal t home in his canvass for re election. In an address to his constituents, draw n from him hy the result of the Convention elec tion, he has, with the Frankness which be- j longs to his high personal character, avow- j i . . . .t t .: . i eti ma siiiiniitFioii to utr cxre!'cii ftn i- -arm ment of his Slate regarding the vote on , 13 the delegate election as ' havino authori-! nrintei taitvely aud faretcr settled the iuesiton." i November FOR SALE at the DRUG STORE. (For Medicinal Turposfs Only,) 1 BARREL French Brandy, pure. 1 da. Madeira.. Wine. 1 do. - Port do. 1 do. Sherry loi t dfl Tenerilf do. 1 do. Old Rye WLi-key. November 4. FOR S ALE at ths DRUG STOEE. Cy BARRELS Lint Seed Oil, 1 do. Taaneia. Oil, I do. Siierm Oil, 1 do. Burning Fluid, j , f T.. r..... r:i u . I uu. op.i.is UI . UI JCUUIICt WIV. V.., u.w. Uil, toacn arnisn, vopai oo. , logeiner wun at supply of Paints. White Lead, puie, Blake's Fire ! Prool faint, now coming into general use, Kpa- BLANKS! BLANKS ! I LANK DEEDS and Attachments, single or tush Brown, Chrome Yellow, Chrome (been. by the quire, Warrants, Executions, &c, Venetian Red, Yellow Ocbic, Umber, Litharge, ited oh good paper, for sale at this Office. Vermillion, Spanish Whiting, Putly, &c. oyprabcr&. . 03, November 4. C