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UM UaardMasaf ear IJbarty, : . - si-.- -. -t t i" - - : ; -T.-yxswma ' Yv'cdncadnv, Tlnrtk 10. I eg 1 slatlre Canrn-TU Whig f AWaraoce eouuiy, a HI U area by tbt pro - reeduip tf ibrir averting M toother column, pro- mm llxir W'kif Utihitn la Onuij aluB aet iW ! dcWcw ia CtfRrrniiua tt tLu jU, TikUj t Mtj Court, it fieri ca JUatM U wprl lit r ( ta la aeit IjUatuta. We lni4 tiu iLm pomMiia rI9 l4 , , , .. . ,n j .. . . ... , ' ad aUu friwrnrtiUUrta mr t tJ of tb wtn of rrrrj rcbo f tit coutstr, ouU k rark Caia Du4rirt in arpiaMl aVWMt , ,, . lr ; . ' OrmuaaJ AUmtnra wiH ot tosl u, the ' TL J fof nj Te.- 11 ,U. ihro, ttti. J Wk back hrtoMlmiu(mim. . J Mr. 'FIH more. For a time toote Crara were ealertainrd by tie fiirada f a(r. miataea la iKa Ruulh. that ha kid ki. name i. p Ufor. tU Wkij Naiimit CoaieX BWir,U-ever,6... W rU-t h. would ya-M la .he earne- aolirh.tHM-. a hU , . . . , . fnenda, aad we are hamiy to atato that w feaa ;J S..C r . ,:.uj ta the utmiMl ro.ifliUnrr. abirh puto the matter , bryorMl doul Mr, Fillmore aaaia wilt ga be ' tote the Lanvemiua ; and if the wUhaa of tU -'.j. Bouta art eonauhrd, we brfie be will ataad ! raaat wiibout a ria ia that boly. ffelunchol Oecnrrcncev-A al able fataalearrraat. aW Ityeara of age, lie U molioB '"'"1 the wlra bring lakra, property af E. D. M-XaW. ew. of thia Wnity,! then wem " 7-Dot waa aa aererely iKiml oa Souday atomiug laat, , ,UrJ tU tntlu by bar dtaaa eatchiaf on fi.a, that aha died early S Mr ot MW". "wwJ that the rolea aa Monday morninr.1 Shr waa (m4uyl in bath- U "TW en l him to auliit a runtioo ing with eamphire an agrd -m.nl wflrr ing an- wf haiginf the Committre of the Whole on the lr aa attack 'of rheamaliam.' Her bark being rf l'nwa Uom tht further eowkleraiioa lowaLt the fire, her elotliea eaught, 'anJ the ' -"'"f he Srcretary of the Trea flamea bad mad conabWable progreaabWortaha' P7 l" ammnt J"P-f" oltined diaeorered ber dingW.W'iU with affiight; aha Cot WwMl foC P co,Bmi,le1 fled from the kitchen to the hmi. by al.W h Meifcaa war, which had brea time abe waa ,rfrctly en,rlo,d in flame..' Mr. ,b hting beea or- M.irh.4rea i.tducedto rctaro from churrh f?? MJ betora tha com;detian af the aenicaj in eonae. - t a,oenee of the aeemlng indilion of hia little the bill waa poal- oan, an.1 did what be eoukl to ettinguUh the Are, bat tha ariraot u aa aererely burnt that the TVf J1"-reUl,t to rndi" ,flii, 1,1 California ...toocanDceaberrvrrybopa. 7" Uk'B A" "n"Jm,Dl !-. She nngeredough the night, eeemingly r W lawtorf rf eaU,, rflU l-l:i.u . .j ., ,'Ai- upriinlewlent waa agreed to, and the bill read HtHiita w avaiaBf) aua area aaw aavariaa a v awe, aa i . , ' Though it failed to eave tht life af the arnrant, 1 t. ' I 1 1 1. r ..-. t.. i..- I kthcii a pur. lurtit wi HiicricnJBca luai iiiuuc w -n- " ,M w which the aertant retreated waa a bed with ear- .Iaina, ,and other light inflammable ntatcriaUv which aha parted neat, and wtuhl greatly have a aa w. . a a . . -1 'U "" wuiw lana. ly had beeo prraent MnMyAMZt.-xr kar. that on Monday 1.4, Mr. Walter Proctor, eon of Mr. Thoina. Proctor, a young m.n about 19 year, of age, fort hi. hfe by falling through the aleeprra into the pit of Mra. Sima'a Saw Mill, in j tht eaateta part of thia county. He wa. aitting i on the log watching the mw and talking to the negro who attended the niilL A. tht log ap- pt.achedth.MW be moved backward, to .roid it, and brfort he waa aware of it reached the end and fell. off. He waa dreadfully bruir and mangled by tha fall, and died ia a few mororuta after be waa taken up. ' The negro endeavoted to catch him a. he frit, but failed ia the attem4.' He then turned to the rarer, a. aooa aa powible, . and abut off the water, hotjt wa. to hitlt purpnee, a. tha fall hid killed him. The drceaaad i. re-' ' lireeented a. a worth vouni man. and waa em. ployed alioul the mill.' -''He frave. alin'd father,1 ther, in common with the Whigs of the , an aflcctionaie mother; and a btothcr and airter country, hare long contcntletl, are con to mourn their untimely low. ' ; ' ' emative of our institutions ami have . ,';.;,.;.;- ' 1 given prosperity and glorr to the coun- The Right of Way through Orange' County try, are deterininetl to make every hon ; wln mwtcae.Kenerou!y given to the North orable effort to sustain and perpetuate Carolina Rail Road Comjwny. by the jrron.. those principles. In the elections for : through whow land it i to run. Four or Ove'' both - 'SUte officers, which ' only. w. learn, declined doing m. thinking the are to take place during the present aacritice too groat f, them to make The tWf"'.1 f7 'i1.1' t0 bf e duty of pany therefore have inaii.oted proceedingt in our h'SS ,W,k mj 9.the reP; I. . . i. ., . . " . - resen tatives of their principles, and Coun y Court to h.va U,t land in daw. ,e.a ti(llit;e8 ghwllj bJ mAe toM ealued. .ccord.ng to the 87;h asclton of the act . J,e wf the9e . ncv(Trthe. of incorporation, and the following peraona were . 1iav. th.jr preferences among the apiHunted Comini.ionera for the Purpo, m: prominent men before the countrv, and William Lipa.-omb, Hewkiah Terry, StejAen 8. wi rejoiCe if their favorites afiall be Forreat,John w. Garrard, and John Met 'own. .CO.YGRESS. In the Senate, on FrUlay, Feb. 27, the private Whig Conventions, and that there may calendar waa pmtponed, with a view to allow the be united effort in our ranks, a free Senator from South Carolina (Mr. Rhett) to declaration of our preferences should make an explanation. Mr. Rhett then addrcawd he made in primary meetings, and dele tha Senate uutil three P. M. in relation to tome j Sat chosen to express our views in remarka of Mr. Clemen., made aeveral week, the Conventions. i hercfore , , , aineein diacuasing the compromise reaolutiona, . J' 'ofved. That the Unwavering fi Mr. Clemen, commenced a reply, but gave way JJ J,?he Cnst,tUt.on and the emi . ,. ' f 'inent ability, both in the domestic and to a motion to adjourn. Both -prechea were j maiked with conaiderable aevetily." " ' ' ' ' : On Saturday, after the transaction of the mor r ning busineaa, Mr. Clemcna resumed and con i eluded hia remarka commenced yetcrday.' Mr. E Rhett replied, and Mr. Clemcna briefly rejoined, when th. subject waa postponed and the Senate ! adjourned. t: .t' sn h- v.-j :' . On Monday, March 1, Mr. Dawson presented' I ti joint resolution of the Legislature of Georgia, f p.S0f J. p.,; a-, dm tt rrVrt p,,!Vy f Wtl : I : , t W it t't.sl lr. A U':', af fU Irtj-Ji ocwrtej (t aauoe I emUa Session to vi.il tU 6emmi B.kic Thaamttoa f-vtid by vote tf 11 to It. - ' ' - TW iWa koj m m. thee takea'ap, aad Mfc, btH addrt-aed Srat at great lrtm Mr. I'tjerMj eda-aW that the maariu of tke Senator foa CottU (Mr. Dtaaua) had kJ eeee M hit eti&d, arJ Uped the treat v U eJjoara wkhont takiag tat vote. Mr. IMs. at" lewa, Mid V fc4 m truijt to atier ea th . !ect, tat t i, , to adjra, ad ! lb Sea.le to HeAky. " ) Bftft r UrtEfEXTATITE. 0 frkUj. Tea. 27, Mr. Boir,f U.rjW,! Mtl to xMjone tW frrUI onlcf, t!j roi- falio of lU Iwuufj UnJ Ufl, wlwcfc W to iJmU M la Jfw mm toyra to W . yrmtei SoJrf tit rJr. wbra !!, M (1 iacww Wf wit fcr Jrfrmitf th fartfarreea ' ,.,;,-. j . , , -, .; . . ' V . . - ' TU omm fum a' to d p of tU 'WUIir. c, ep lo, ,S, jeeuio. . i m natk to ljr it m lb to, W ( w fai A ,Iouw tjwrMj to Mooj,y. .J. , ,r , Oa MoaJay, March L Mr. Fitch, of Imtiaaa, j B)r4 toauroJ "it ta enable him to !n traJur a reo!utioo L line lha UiwHne cflica " "7" . 17' r' '""r'00 rf 1 " ,U ae, aad of aural tona trorratly enwoeeted aHh ; , 1 Se-' Urj, a nacre ry ad J-o- The yraaand naya bating bera orjrml.a mo- iL r... it .r .t . tr v i . . . it. 7 took pJatr, airs arrclnirnibrra wrre eirnartl. rhirfly aa aeeaaot of ill btalth. " Further pmrmlia-a in, ie&rnre to the eaU were thrn d"ujianj Jth, and the queation oa a a a V a third time and pawed. I paaoed. The Houat then adjourned ta WedneaJay. ' l"K-l IT. tf a wa a .a print by Mera. Ionar.1 Scott dc Co, No. 79, i Fu,(oI, 8teet, K. Y.) and the North Carolina I Umreraity M.ga-Jne for March, ... on our table, j Th. former ii a err iotefeating number t of tha 1 - " UlotmWVUU I jniCmXllW ,1114 Mimi. I IM Mi bjgtt character of tbia work for literary ability wt need not aprak, aa it la ao well known. Tht J"? W.B "umW of rl,"!wii- ' M'S"n ,M "P f"' rcla oa Intment.oa w. partKuIar. ' ly commend. 1 TTIiIs aieetlns la Alamance. A meeting of the Whigs of Alamance county was held in Graham on Wed- 3t 'cll was or ara-oa ai i-a anal arm ava nf ion a.l l.il.a m a. ganized, on motion of Giles Mebane, esq., br calling George Hurdle, estj. to the chair, and appointing Isaac Holt 6ecrctarjr;''1''' '' ' ' ' Attherenucstof the chairman. Giles Mebane, esq. stated the object of the meeting. He then offered the follow ing preamble and resolutions : Tlie Whigs of Alamance coantj, be- j lievili that the Drinciulea for which) preferred as the representatives of the Whig party. That the wishes of the neonfe mav he fullv carried out be the foreign policy, which have character i7.ed the administration of President Fill more, have secured for him our strongest confidence; and that we pre fer Millard Fillmork to all others as the Whig candidate forthe.next Presi dent. v : -'- 2. Jietohtd, That it is w ith the great est gratification that we "have seen the manifestations of pa.rtiality.in different ar t'cmi tsf ii.e fi.wnfr? for ur fjlaw fitieii, ujI-as A. tictu.Att, s th VL (."fiIrtite f.r Vice i'rtau!er.t. A it i tut lae t tkt J-'.a:Is iKat one fef lr t;r. kwsi It fAtctA b tkit ticket, w Ul'Ke ( t pirrr nut, truer V k, cviM U 4ace4 tfcrr tUii William A. Graham. 3. iff forr. That ve rrdUllr p ruie of the rwjwtititiB to hold a bttt Cooeatia i Ralrirfa ea the Crti f April, t aomioate a caa dkJate fr lerotfi ami that the chairwio of this inectiar appoint teal , I)rlf gate t to represent Ala usance run- . ij ta laid CwotentifB. 1 ' ' ' 4. Rtolrt1, Tliat e propose to txjr AVtig tretliren in Orange to Md a Ymrntitm at HiiIUruu-h cn Tuea day af ilar Catirt, t utHutnate catwli tiatra to reprenent the two eoaatiea ta Ukj next lidatorei and tfiat the chaifBiaa appoint twentjr delrjatei to reprteat thia ctxt&tr ta said Cnven Wkea Mr. McUne lad read the res4atiotJ, he adJreited th neetinr. at atwie irnnt id rummrnuaiiua tit tne able and tatriotic adiuiulstralioa tf l'reM!ettt t'iilatote, and ia cHleaina!alitb toiBJiagaadreilmaaraMaa. tioo ad Free, etluta. Filliboaterun, aud the anirit of SrcrMtn and Utaua aua, which, OjasaiIiithiadministra tioa, hare aefved onlj to make ita pit. rttj aad iatexritr wore tninifcC . ilr. Mebane runuaded with a warmeulo. TT oa the character and abilitj of Got.' (iraham. ; w .. , a 9 . ... i ne iiaeauvn wai tuen aaea on inei pre.n.jKlre.ttona.andtWrwm lite tiaeation waa then 'aVea on the ananiniuaIr adupted. " The follow ing person were appoint-. ed ilrlrvatra tu ilia Vbir Stala fun. ! Vention, VlZt Cbealer F. Faacett. Dr. which are Ucvmiug know n ete where rauoU Samuel licit. Ili.bert F. White, Gilea 1 toag be orerlook-d ly the peofd-. . , Mr bane, Jonathan Kcalin, Eli Mtir-J, rar, Cl. Y- A. Crrigan, Capt. Jacwb ! ANOTHER 8t;iENTiriC W OXDER ! G. Dicker, Col. Jamea Graham, and !l,r'IJU!'rL'T,rVTDr-J-a l David Diih. "i?1 True Digrativ. Fluid, or 11 -rtt - i t i i" Jutce, prepared from Rranrt, ar the 1 Vn?w,?5 f "PP0'0. lele Cairth -tomacb of aa Of. after directi.m. of Ba- gates to the Couveutltiw in IIIIbo. ruuh. Ml t John hcott, Dr. M. Holt, J. 8. Houghton. M. D, Philadelphia. Thia ta . C. F. Faacett, f IlenJermn Scott, I),',,U,J'." wonderful remedy fur iiidigentiwi. dya. W. Kerr, G. IJ. Lea, Michael Shoflher. www awava a a a4va( aaaav a aviwiiif7l lit 7f. " , " , , I Gile. Mebane, E. M. IMto' W. U.. 1IK.:..I.. 11.. I 11 ' .,l the O-Otrw Albright, Absalom Haner, Daniel Fount, Jamea Graham, Dr. Pleasant Holt.Wm. Mcpherson, James Newlin, Capt. Jacob G. Dickey, David Dixon, Vin. Murray, and Daniel C. Harden. Hie Chairman and Secretary were added to both delegations. ' The following resolution was unani mously adopted : ' '' 1 " ;'' k Jlttoktd, That the N. C. Democrat, the Hillsborough Recorder and other Whig papers tu the State, be requested io pubfisfi these proceedings. ; "ITie meeting then adjourned. GEORGE HURDLE, Ch'n. Isaac Holt, Sec'y. , The South Carolina and Charlotte Rail Road will be completed front Co lumbia to within 23 miles of Charlotte by the last of this month. ' North Carolina has 28 Cotton Facto ries in operation, with a capital of $10, 058,880, employing 442 males and 1,1 ir females at an average of wages of 91 1 ,C6 per month for the former, and 6,13 for the latter. ; Tha value of their entire product is estimated at 83 1,342. ' ' ' i V" .' " ' ' Times.' ' Hit Wreck of the V. S. Steam Friffdt Mi$ouri at Gibraltar. A lettrr Itom John E. d'owan, Eq , the rnntrarlnr for removing the remains of the U. S. S earn frigate Mtsaonti, dated (iibt altar, Jan. 24 ih, states that all the machinery has been removed excrpl the shafts, which would be taken out in the eprinj. The light which baa been kept for eight yeais has been diipenel with. He further says that lie did more in ihtee week, in remo ving the .learner than the Engli.lt did in three years. Bottm Paper. ' . SUPREME COURT. The following cases have been deci ded, since our last report: . By Rirrix, Ch. J. In doe ex dem, Judith Long v. Orrell, from Davie, af firming the judgment '' - -! Also, in Arnold t. Arnold, from Moore, awarding a venire de novo. ' Also, in uoe ex dem. Crump r. Tt.nmnnn f, n.vl-ln ftt -,; ib. . lllfUIUTUIIillVIU limgVII,KIUIIHIUj, WIV . . r a judsmcnt. . By Pearson, J. In Faucet v. Adams, from Orange, affirming the judgment. -. Also, in Heath c. Heath, in Equity, from Craven, dismissing thebill with costs. ' ' ' ' ' !- '. Also, in Purnell r. Daniel, in Equity, from Halifax, affirming the decretal order. ,, . : ...' .; -, Also, in Strong Menzies, in Equity, from Rockingham, dismissing the bill with costs.-s f: ' s. ' Corporation Proceeding. , At a called meeting of the Board of Commis sioners of the town of Hillsboiough held on tht 28th alt, the following order wa. unanimously adopted t .. T i '! : Ordered, That Mesara. 0. F. Long and P. B. Ruflln bt authorized to purchase, for iht um of Ihe town, suitable Scale, for weighing the Hay dee, which may hereafter be -old in Hillsborough, and that Ihe kind to bt purchased, a. well .. tht price, bt left to their discretion. At a regular meeting of the Board, held on the 6th of March ' .;";' Present, Dr. Thomas Tnmer, M. P, R F. Morris, Dr. E. Strudwick, J. M. Palmer, Joseph Allison, Thomas Webb, Wm. F.Strayhom. Absent, Dr. 8. D. Schoolfield. The committee appointed to settle with the Town Collector and the Treasurer aubmitted a re poit, which waa .received. Tt . ?, if..( it Tu m lit Li L (v iiil, ,.,; f,w --f Vr,wea-- fSsi S5 A nnwl eeSertrd a4 paid Treasurer, SIS t TIm Tnww had aa baad, k Jt l&M, tbt f 133 St Iff St 3S1 It .KtificJ if rioaa tMmt, ' Wbair tcaovol hMrt4,v.J'.. ' riJ et, m rr Mrbrr CH i lt ia lit Umk, S4I 79 OrJrmJ, TWt tt Troovrr ff Cj4. Jofea Berry Juri I ha artt vteri, oa tbc aoto krk) If kin in lL Tco, !! Of mmy mom ia y katxU; imI if (L Tfraurrf rw-irl to a J it at tliat tiro, tkat be It aruirej to fjr ntrfn4 aa tl am- . w - i - - Grtltrtf, Tk4 Tiooua Faot. ktr eaIWtor, W alWaoi atttil tW imt faiviJaj ta Uy to ettlkcl lb anraf wf Ui fcj 1811. , , Jbtrxi . fbajWa aaJ Palmrr amaptwiotod cooMMiitra to raft mm th rrataluiitg Tnwtora of the fitUWi;li Frmale AraJvaty, aiwl rrimt fill tK varaanra ia Ux-ir BarJ.and J AJjowroed ta ?j aVIaik, f. l. oa tL rat ' x-iu,,,x in Awl I . C.A.IIE.inT,T.a la our eotumna any If fuunj the aJmlt. r.l..i .(!.... i .. , , . ' J Cherry FertaraL Ita oucrraa k raring the ea. rajaadUraKraot lite i.aaga la attracting anher. J . . I Un batofthe wh-WaaUc. 1 be anirW; and-uby i. what a pret. ai. . be. a reaW, for Lung Com,..lnta. and the rrmaAahl. cure, it-i. a ; roo IJebig. the great Pbvai.4.,iml CUmiUt, by i 1 ?, K. . c,m,,M,?, """'I""" - w-- - . - -- i phlet. conutning aru-otiCe rri.leoct of iu value, j v -sr B'aua. en, urruiiK-Ui j ia another column. Hoortana'a Gaaaaa UiTT.iawWt would call tht attention of our readera to tht edrerUe menttf Dr. Hoofltnd'a relehratrd German Bit ter preMred by Dr. C. M. Jarkaon, No. 120 Arch at reel, Fhilatlelphia. . In rate, of I4et Complaint, Dynjwi-ij, Uiaeaa. of the Kidneya, and all diaeaaea ariaing from a diaonled alomach, thrir power k not eicelled. if equalled, by any other known preparation, aa tht eurea aite-t, in manv eaiea, after the moat erlelH.ted phyaiciana had failed. We ran ronarientioualy recommeml thia mrdk-ine, aa being what it ia represented, and urge our readeiawba are aftlicted to fx or u re a bottle and they will bt convinced of tht truth wt tatfrt. , . - Virtular. ""-a" a-- Wa-aa-aaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaa Iiidrflnile rotio'irmriit! rpHE auhacriber, on account of authlea recent evrnta, poatponea Ida mU indefinitely. ' WM. S. MOORE. March th. I SSI. ...... ;i . ' jS . So '"; 'No;tice; rTIHE iuWribera, h.vint aold theit entire Stock of Good, to Mrwrm J. J. & C. J. Freeland, would earneatly tequeat an thuve indebted to them to call at tht old aland and aettlt without delay.it being neceaaary to clo. their busineaa a. aooa .. poaniuie. E.M.H0LT&CO. March 10. JS nxsw riRia. THE -ubarribcrs haxing purchaard the entire block of E. M. Holt & Co, reapectfulty in- torra toe public that they will continue the bum net. at the eamt well-known aland, whert the- will bt pleaaed to art the old euatomera of the concern, and their friend, generally. They have purchaard tht Block on term, which will enable them to eel! Goode lower than the- have hereto fort been told in Ibi. murker, and thtg intend awng ao. 1 hey will be receiving a new aupply of freah Good, in a few daya, which will render their atork complete. Call and are before pur chaaing claewherr. J. J. & C. J. FREELAND. March 10. 25 SPEED THE WORK. Manufactory in Oranoe. nnHE undersigned still continues to manufae- ture hia splendid article of Window Blinds, and having extended hi otieration, he ia prenar- aupi'iy "m r pncea varying irom i,oO 1, a. AAA ST .... . .1 I la SIOJIO. No nerann ahniil.l lia without Ihem. as they answer for Curtain, and outside Blinds.) lie will deliver and put them up in any part ot the county free of chare. Order, promptly attended to. ' Speeiinena ran bt aeen on application to tha auhacriber. Ad dress to Diare Creek, Orange, N. C. ; R. F. WEBB. .. Feb. 56. " t4 Cm. . WANTED, ; AN Apprentice to the Tailoring Businesa. A kd from 12 to 14 yeara of age, of induatri out habit and good morale, will be taken by th. subscriber, if application k made soon. L. CARMICHAEL. ' February 16. ' 22" Notice to travellers. npHE Subacriber avaiU heiself of the present -- onpoitunitv of inf irmina her friends and the , public, that she has taken charge of her Hotel in ' Veils. -Pittshorough, and that she U now teady tore-! Honiton, Mechlcn, Valencienea, and Brussels eeive and accommodate boarders and travellers. ' Lace.. 1 Her Tabic shall be supplied with Ihe best that' English and Wove Thread, Smyrna, Liale the country affords. The building is large and Thread, and Cotton Lace, commodious, and situated in the most pleasant Kid, Lisle Thread, Silk, and Sewing Silk, and central part of the V illage. Her br aits Her Stasis are roomy and in good order,, with a well in the ; lot, and shall bt supplied with forage auited to ! the wishes of her customers, and will be attended j by faithful and trusty Ostler. She k determined j to apart no pain, in rendering hei guest, com-, for table, and flatter, herself lhat none, who may j favor ber with a call, will be disappointed. i CELIA O. H0RNE. , Pittsborough, N. C. Feb. 10, 1852. 23 . uining jd) a aketch of bis life written by him C7 Raleiirh Star insert four week, and for-'. aelf, may bt had at this Office. Prict 25 cent.- ward acettsHtta FiKsdrwiS- ,, i u 1 SprfcsSloct. IJsU, Khoet Trtmkt, ic T f. T ia f sr 8jJy f t. rararkf emy art .i cwhkc trd ariik lk ktra kM tova wWrW eajtfu.'Jj aaJ jaJictoaWy tor ar apr w niaa.. Wt wy i oflemS to oar f(i?4 J tka Flr mmnUr, a awr ca4to at fetter ar. I hrtrJ &4oct tttaa Uie aow aSartd to yaar ia Ora f km tu. a Low, rat Lew. Ttm mmin of Mckaata at fMnkWty raOrd to taw Stark. ' DRl'MMONO t WVCIIE. WbWW IWkra. Frtoratojrf . Va. M.nkJ, I85J. - 25 1m CIlEnilY PECTOHAL Foe taa Cora oT , fOCCES. COLDS, BOIESEVE BROirEITIS, VHoomG-corcH, " CBttr, isnraia ixd coxsnircios. MAX V yeara af trial, toatraj of ianpairiae the w n aa arHnmaiaai aau aouHanr or ur ei !. . . r I . ereJiiig tlie moat aaagaioe cxprctatioaa af ba ' , frirod. .N-tUu,, Ut iu iotrinaie airtaea aad tka aBmjJWmM eearrit eoalerred oa Ibeoaaode of, 7 7 . j . . 7 di,dd, aa gair frnd. t eeery -B " I rV.?.Vr eonfrrred beneGt. on the afflict tbW c. acce 'bre - t.andoro.lurfdru.aa loo aora an.1 aa.o.eV.KU Bar. ka aV.a.i While it U a fraud aa the pubHe to pretend that are one meJirin. will IncTtbU, rJ, there ia abundant proof that th. Caa'aatPacr .lt doe. mM 1,71 anial ibi. w ,t invariably, curt the mitaJiee for which k ia em ployed. Aa time mtkea theaa facta wider and better known, thai mnlicina baa erailuallr became tha baa rrtianee af the afflicted, from the log cabin of the American peasant, to tha palacee of Euro-, peaa Ktnga. mrouguout uw entire eountry. ia a w- w- ---- a vwnaiii! wvitw-.iv a a vi tas aa auvw n as tu aJarva remedy eitant for diaea'aea of tht Throat and i,ang, ana in miny loreiirn countnen. it I com. ing to be eitemavely awd by their moat inlelU- gent PhyaicUnii. In Great Briuin, France and Gernuny, where Uiemedicattncea hart reach, ed ineir nignest peiiecuon, CDeiry rectoral la .tiMwuutvw, Hwnni uwv in itiv ArnKi Hosttitala, Alma Houses, Public Institutions, and in domestic practice, aa the surest remedy their attending Phraiciana can employ for tht mora daneeroua affWrtions of the luna. Also in mild. ' er eaaea. and for children it i. aaft. pleasant, and effectual ta curt. !a fact omt of tht most flat. tering testimonials we receive have been from pa. .. . a . . rent, wno nvt lound It rnicaciou. in case, par- ticularly incidcnlal to chiblhood. Tht Cherry Pectoral is manufactured by a practical Chemist, and every ounce af it under his owa eye, with invtriabU accuracy an J cure. I It la sealed and protected by law wont counter.'. n-iia, nBdjuniuT kmm ao ixueu an aa genuine without adulteration. We have endeavored hero in furnuk ika mm. munily with a medicine of such intiink auperi.. ority and worth aa should commend itself lo their ' confidence a remedy at once safe, speedy and effectual, which this hae by repeated and count-' lea trials proved itself lo be; and trust by great ' cart in preparing it with chemical accuracy, of uniform atrenc ih. to afford Phvsiciana a new agent on which they can rely forth, best result,' and tha afflicted with a remedy t-iat will do for them all that medicine ran do, (TT Prepared and 8oId by JAMES CAVER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, I ..will, Mas sachusetts. tt'J Sold in HilUbmmifh at lha Druf Store of Dr. 8. D. SCHOOLFIELD, and by Druggist, and Draleia in Medicine, every where. March 9. ' 25 NOTICE. T1 'E Democrats of Otange are respectfully re - quested to attend a meeting, to bt held in Ihe Town of I illithorough, on Thursday of. niarcn superior court, to appoint delegates to a Stale Convention. March 2. 21 SAVE YOUR MONEY. Charles' P. Freeman & Co., V (LATE FREEMAN, HODOE83(, CO,) , IMPORTERS AD JOBBERS, 144 Broadway, 1 door South of Liber ty street, NEW YORK, ETAVE now on hand, and will be receiving daily through the season. New Good, di rect from the European manufacturers, and eatk Auction, rich, fathionalle, fawy Silk Milline. tff Goudt. Our stock of A7cA Hiblont, compri ses every variety of tht latest and moat beautiful dexigna imported. Many of our good, are manufactured expressly to our order, from our own design, and patterns, and stand unrivalled. We ofler our goods for nrft Cash, at lower prices than any credit Houat in America can afford. , All purchasrra will find it greatly to their in terest to reserve a portion of thrir money and Imakt selections from our great variety of rich cheap goods. Ribbone rich for Bonnets, Capa, Sashe. and Belt. j Bonnet Silk, Satin., Crapes, Liaset and Tar- letons. Embroideries, Collars, Chemisette, Capes, Ber tba. Habits. Sleeves, Cutis, Edgings, and Inserting. Embroidered Reviere, Lace, and Hemstitch Cambric Hdkfs. Blonds, Illusion., and Embroidered Laces for , C.ps. . . i Embroideied Lace, for SbawU. Mantilla, and Glovea, and Milts. French and American Artificial Flowers. French Lace, English, American, and Italian. Straw Bonnet, and Trimming. January, 1852. IIORTON'S POEMS. A FEW Copies of lha Poem of George Hor ton, tht colored Bard of Chapel Hill, con- j March 9ilu lSgt. . ' i . . .. ,' .2o" WJLlaaBWawajB Stra7 Goods for 1E5!L Ko, 7 CwU TUr4 Ctmt, PHILADELPHIA, ; Import era aa4 Maantfaef wrerv ; CTRATTOC0D5, ' era MrrcUaU to tUtr rataa aad tarkd Straw Goods. AUTlFit.lAL FLO WEIW. - TRIM MINGS, tc.&c V ar U Uo wi(4, aad ewvivkg warily, art aailiaf earia aad armm ffM, Earooe, tba larjroj aad aaaot aWr.Ua Ira of GoaOa, parrtard by ana afika rum, ia Ae Friacipal anptaa Marirta, U Caaa aad aia keg aad anKt etprriraee aa a Maaafartarer. togrtbar iw w a M.aaiagra m roaauttif oat Oato atwa'iae to tbe tftiaw Buainaai, wanaala aa ia aaiHi uw wt arar aa aooBtacttuaa iraai but aurc, aad aaruoilarly auck beaare aa aaix ttraw with Boota aad Kbora. , BrakWa beieg tba aotv Haa that Maaafar. tarra. ia UiU or aay other eitT. aad artla tbrit owa Cauda, that Farchaera caa aave aaa profit by bay inc. Jirrrt from a Hoaaa wba Import aad MaauCtdora thrir aaa GooJa, aseat ba plaia to eery Pufrhaacr. Of the edraalagra ta ba gatoed, eaQ aad aaa aa, and jodga tor yoararfrra. (J7 Uidrra arat to aa will aarat wub preeipt atu-ota. aad priraa aa low, aad etykw aa goad. VB wUtaajKM aWatXtdBftJ U WWPla Frbreary S. CENTIIAL DEPOT, C1811I6 ICEIE! JAMT8. FICE XMZH moat refwT, ZLA oaa-i wa-owaa aw Mirta-a., tw--W-iia aaaaaa ajea waa h,t lBy ww cloaing out their atork of We. --7:; JirrtT. kk & r,f7 Good, Booa. hora. 84- pte and Faary Iry Uooda, Boata, Chora, Bad. Jl a. - i a- a . . f 1. wllCT, riwDTf Owl IMM Hf fOC CMD. HiHaMar- 1, J. f!'Ti? a.h'J k' b Al aeit, will bt cloaed out at aub- i' . JTk . . , lYt ""7 .. wiU da waU to attend tha aale. bait pnaitive. Tiaaa 4 month, for all eamaa-er (100, and toontha for euma of f 200 and over. JAMES, RICE & JAMES. ' February IT W-ttA NOTICE. - - - t , rJlJIE aul-iber. lutbg analined. Febraary X Term mt 0aea Count- trurt. IBS a. .JB. 1 0fi Eiacutor of Mra. CMZABETH KUKSi. df . i k4 il- i. .ii ium. ed It iht eatolt to makt immediate pay meal t aad thoaa Uing cbima tgainat tht ertala witl art. .t properly auaaOralad, within the tinit praerilay hw, tt IbkaicewUI bt pli u bar ai tUeaT fftca-ery. I W riDD P- Fewuarv 2X ' 23 vnwtnn i r. . IHE .ubarriber, a. Adtniiiiatr.loc with tha - will annexed, hereby give, notice to the ... n . ...... iege-s oi joua rarroa, ueceated, mat at It prepared to pay, an demand, tht legacies be tjueathed in eaid will, and wilt aot btrtafttr consider himaelf liablt for interest, SAMUEL HUGHES. Feb. 23, . ii pd tubseribtr, having purchased the Into- rest ot Mr. John A. Cot in tht Mock af tha kit firm of Carmichael dr. Col, hereby five, n. lice la his fiknd. and tht public- generally, thai he will continue the business at the same place, (one door from tht corner aad two door, below tht Foil Office.) and will constant Ir keen aa hand a good supply of all the Material, usually ktpt by Merchant Tailor., and will be piepared to cut and make all kinds of clothing for gentle men, in tht beat and moat fashionable at vies. Tbt public art requested to givt him a ealL LEVIN CARMICHAEL. January 24th, 1852. 19-m. HANDS WANTED. A few No. 1 hands, that can bear good treat ment and are willing ta work, wig be taken at Crab Tree, 2d Division N. C. R. Road. DABNEY COSBY." February 18. 22 4w. NOTICE. rpHE anderaigned, a. administrator on the e tateof Dolphin A rmrtrong, deceased, hereby give, notice to Mabcc. AtMTaaa. ant of tha heir, to iht estate of said intestate, that he ia now . prepaied to pay, on demand, bis portion of aaid estate, and that he will not hold himself respoa aiblt for interest after this date. NELSON P. HALL, AdmV. Feb. 26th, 1852. 24-r ATTENTION! " To tht eommiuiontd and nn-cemmitinid Of fictrt end Mtukhni oftkt 4TA Regiment. T0V art hereby commanded ta attend at Hills borough on Satercay lha 13th iaet,arard and equipped for Drill Muster and court Martial, By order of tha Col. W W. KIRKLAND. Adit. March I. UD0LPH0 WOLFE'S AKOHATTO SCfflEDAH SCXLTfAPPS; A PURE and genuine article, manufactured by him in Scai.aaa, tleiuae, expressly for medical use. and strongly racommtnded for a aura and permanent curt of the Gaavtt, and all obstructions of tbt urine, arising from tht Kid neya or Bladder. ,fT Price 50 cent., and $1 per bottle. For aale at thi. Office. February 10. : , 21 Valuable Property, FOR SALE. THE suWribar wishing ta remove, offer for . ale hk Houat and Lot (two ncreO ia the town of llUlaboroagh, well situated, tht dwelling House large and romnaodioos, with all accessary out-b'iilding. and a nevei-failing well of water within a few feet of the kitchen. Also three tracts af Land. Twa small tracta . within twa mites of town; ant adjoining Dr. Hooker and Lemuel Lynch, and tht other ad joining tht landa of Nash Wbitted and other. Tht third tract contain, seven or eight bunded acres, all wood land, lying near Cedar Gioe, ad joining Samuel P. Moors and others. Tht subscriber being determined to remove ta Ibt south west, will svll any of tha above proper ty on accommodating teima. . All persona indebted to him will pleaat rail and settle, and thoea hiving claims will present them for pay meut. STEPHEN MOORE. . Dtceuibtr 3. .