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" " Ilir.LSBOBOVOH, - , 1850, My Dk;AR Sib : .After parting with ynu in tliu City of O.iks I came tu this iim e, ami beinjr struck with it appearance, mid the baii tjr of the iurruundin scenery, determined to remain a f.-v days. The town is venerable in it appearance, ami interesting, not only frim its age, but slsti friirn tlio historical mem iries associated witli it. It is said to be the oldest town in the Western part of the State t anil verily, its inhabitants must have the liiiuip of reverence more strongly deveU opud thti tlmsjot aiy other I have met with. They do nm appear to have interfered much in what their ancestors did for them in th matter of house-building. One acquainted wit Hillsborough, or who sees it for the first time, is carried back to the struggles of the war of the Revolution. Here the unfortunate Gates f'luml shelter after (ha disastrous bat tle of Camden, and from it Ornwallis mar ched to meet his doom. The battle f Guil ford, though won by him, was the first link in the chain that led him to Yorktown, All this, however, is foreign to the immediate object of this letter. When we parted, I promised to note down for your amusement or improvement, just as it may be, every incident which might fall in mf way, and was worthy of hcins chroni cled. Upon my arrival here, I took up my temporary abode at Mijor Iloverton' com fortable establishment, where I met our mu tual friend P. He informed me, a.nong other things, that there was to be a musical party that night, at the house uf the li'v. Mr. Bur well, the pastor of the only Presbyterian Church in the place, and invited ine to go with him. Bern assured that the citizens reverenced their ancestors iu their primeval virtue of hospitality , not less than in arclii ectural Uste, 1 consented to go, and was received by the mter and mistress of the family with so kindly a welcome, as put me entirely at my ease. My principal induce merit, however, in going, was that I had heard that Mr. B. was at the head of a Female .School, and that his pupils were to be the iriioruier. ' You know my devotion to mu sic. With Mr. H.'s reputation as a sound olivine and able teacher, I know you are well acquainted. He appears to me, however, to fetf one of innse who is content to deserve access, and will not cnait it. I Inve seen in the pipers no flourish f trumpets concern ing his schnul, bat simply an announcement of its sessions. Hut wast of Mrs. 13? There, yea iiiat excuse me. I kae no talent in Jelineaiiap.etnale character, a defect which I share with the treat unknown. All I can ay is, that there is no truth in physiognomy, if she is ant admirably qualified for the cor rect training of th youthful female mind. I rons the tittle that I aw, and from what 1 heard, I tin satisfied the school uf .Mr. U. is vurp issed by no other in imparting that moral, reJigieis, and literary instruction, so essen tial to the perfection of the female character, Her in impressing those ornamental personal accomplishment which grace the lady. Hut say abject is to apeak of music, that " Ilea en inspired maid." ' The evening was vey inclement, and we found at Mr. U.'i a sm.ill but select company. I must premise tlut tlie musical department is under the direc tion f a Mr Hunt. Us is by birth a Ger man, nut long resident in this country, speak ing English nut fluently, but correctly, a nun of tine presence, ami unmistakeably a ge itlemm of eduction, polished in his man ners, and a master of music. Judging from the specimens he furnished, m his pupils, he must be a mot succesful teacher. I went. not especting much, and was most agreeable surprised, The entertainment waa a rich trrat thro(i2h t. Many duetts ami solus were net formed br the if mng ladies, evidenc i ig strict attention to the rule a of the scece, anJ an execution truly admirable. I he whole was in th highest degree creditable, both to the teacher ami the taoght. Due rounj ladv, who i undertood was from Flor ida, gave us a very long, intricate, and beau tiful piece, which ws well calculaed to ex hibither Uste and knowled'e. Uwaaexecut ed admirably, and accompanied, as it was, by Mr. Hunt's violin, left in the hearer nothing to with. One solo was performed by young dy, apparently not more than foorteeti, wnicn was exquisite, sou, sweri, anu sown ing as summer's breei-. I spent a most delightful evening, and regretted only its ahurtness. 1 have spread out this letter mocii longer than I intended, ami must cuiiclude, 'though 1 could sar much more. 1 neglected to men tion that Mr. Hunt's labors ate not confined to music, but that he teaches both punting and drawing, as I heard. Should I, in my rambles, meet with any thing worthy of notice, I will jot it down for you. A ii J now, farewell, old Hillsborough;! owe thee on happy evening. Peace be within thy b irders, thou relic of olden time, and health and irosperity within thy walls! Your friend, II. " What earthly eicne ran there be fur Fillmore and Donelson Cuths, Fillmore and Donelson papers, Fillmore and Donelson 'ratio-, and Fillmore and Donelson flag t the Mouth at this ctitical time? Are not her institutions threatened with destruction, should the rampant sectionalism that i ar raying itv lf at the North under Ihe black bannrr of Fremont, prove auccessful at the coming election I And have not the great mass of national men everywhere united in the support, of the Democratic standard bearers as the only ticket that can successful ly resist the Black Republicanism that now threatens to swreji away the f.Mindations of the Government." ML,, llmU. ' We have heud of cool things, but this specimen ia ceiiainly one of the most icy since last winter. We know no better ex cuse for Fillmore and Donelson Clubs, than the fact that if poor old Nnuatter Sovereign llurk was in the field by himself, Fremont would beat him ao badly that Ihe vary name of Democracy would be swept from the land the name, aa it is. bcins all that i left of it. We know of no better ctcuse fur Fillmore ml Donelson orators, than that Buchanan ml Breckinridge orators cannot tell the truth and must be corrected and we know no better eicuse for Ml more and Donelson fUzi at the South, than that they are tli fla;s of the Union, the Stars and stri pes, and if the Buchanan flaja alone waved in te breeze, it would be difficult tn tell whether it was America or Holland that the Dutch had ta ken. Aa (o the institution! vt the South belli threatened, wc have only to lay, that it has all been brought upnn her by the Democratic parly which now, in hor time of need, is de serting and betraying her, and that a Demo ciatic President has neither the sense or the courage to direct the whirlwind which his own folly and bad faith was instrumental in creating. The great inasa of the national men everywhere, have united in favor of the Democracy. Great Heaven I A pirty that is Tariff at the North and anti-Tariff at the South ; Squatter Sovereign at the North and anti-Squatter at the South Internal Improve ment in this section and ami in that. A party th it cannot ami will not agree upon any one single , point in their pretended creed, and which, in opposition to the oldest doctrine of Democracy, has just passed various im provement bills over the Veto ol its own President. Call you this national ? Alas, for Democracy, what ugly faces it makes, in its dying struggles. Peace to its ashes. Poor old thins. uamyon vunjeatraie. Wht thev did it. A great deal of affect ed surprise is manifested by the Democracy at the possibility of an alliance upon Mr. Fillmore by the Whig and American parties. The latter party, say the Democrats, pro fessed to rise upon the ruins and corruptions of the Whig and Democratic parties, and therefore the Whigs ought not to unite with the Americans for apy object. It is a bad rule that don't work both wavs With lm w much better gra e could the Whigs unite with the Democrats, who, tint for one but for many years, have been denouncing them as in ruins, as thoroughly corrupt, as guilty of " moral treason," as allies of the foreign enemies of America? In abuse of the Whigs the American party has not suc ceeded in approaching within gun shot of the Democrats. Nothing on that score, therefore, was to be gained by the Whigs by an alliance with the Democracy. Whilst in a choice between the candidates all Whigs in the country, even those who have come out for Buchanan, avow a preference for Mr. Fillmore as the very man they would have chosen, for their own candi date. They do not like M r. Donelson it is true. nut every objection to him applies with equal force to Mr, Buchanan, Fay. 04s. 8t. Louie, Oct. . Latgb ranx Kansas. A letter in the Re publican from !erompton dated the 26th ststes that the armed bands had been disper sed aud peace reigns in Kansas. Business was reviving. Warrants had been issueil for Jones and atrinyfellow and other prominent agitators. Gov. Geary had authorized lol. I itus to form a volunteer battalion to pre serve the peace in the neinhborhood ol Le enmpton. Captain V alker has been assign ed the same duty in the vicinity of Law rence. A wnldinrr came off at the courthouse one day last week, in which the bride was four teen and the bridegroom seveutj odd yeara of age. They were b th children, the one in her first the other in his cecond childhood. There was present at the nuptial ceremony a daugh ter of the " eld gentleman" as old as the bride's mother. tforaiM (.) Herald. l J. Rrnwn, of Storkbridyf, (Vt ) camef to his death in Chicago from blowing out the gas in his chamber at the Massasoit House instead of shutting it off. U was resusci tated by the physicians and believed tu he ou t of danger, but died in a few liutlrs alter wards. E recrs or Worhiiip omthk Ivsaxk. On of our firlwnges says, on the authority if Miss the philanthropist, that among the hu ndreds of ci ay people with whom her sa oed missions hate brought her into compan ion ship, she has nut found one individual, however fierce and turbulent, that coulJ not be calmed by Scripture and prayer, uttered n law and gentle t nies. The power of reli gious sentiments over the-e shattered souls seems miiaculous. IliJIuuyv't mil, a most famous Remedy for tlie Cure of Nervousness and lirnrrj Debility. Jasper M'Cann.of Long Island, New York, was without doubt a severe suuVer from nervous and general debility, the least thing provoked his irritability, put him in pas sion, and laid him up ; thia waa caused by the bad stale of the fluids, and though he tried many remedies lor thia eomplsinl. he was not benefited. At length he had rorourae la Holloway'e Pills, hich quickly per formed tVir ptrt, bv removing Ihe injurious An ids from the system, rteared his head, restored tons and vigor to the stomach, and after fire weeks perseverance, re stored him to Ihe blessings of lirallh. W ORTH KNOWING. Prof. Wood, whose a4. vertisrment will be found in another column, baa dis covered a remedy for Ihe trsy and bald, which ia at nnre praeiiraMe and chcip, requites n dyeing, no wig. nor extraordinary trouble. There can b no doubt whatever of ita efficacy. We have seen testimonials almost without number, and from men of great intelli gence, high standing and moral worth. Those who have been bald for yeara art now wearing their own hair, and appear lea yeara younger than they did sis months ago. Aa in most cases gray hairs and bald headeere) bartn premature and unnatural, it la a duty la remedy them by the natural and undoubted means whicN rrr. Wood has Invented, and now kind ly offers to the affl:ried. Read his advertisement, try hie won-lerlul remedy, and give Ihe I'relessnr a new testimonial. Jiemphit to'lu'gi Till. MARKETS. Petersburg, Orl. 3. corrox, TOIIAU-'U I.ors, 71 91 l-enf, Fine, 9 II 13 15 I 50 I 00 73 80 59 30 CO 00 M 00 WHEAT, i'OHS, GUA.NO-iVrntian, Mexican, Fayelleville, Orl. 1 COTTON, 11, III II.OL'U Superfine, Vine, Cross, Fl.AX-SKKl). CORN, MOLASSES Cuba, N. Oilcans, WHISKEY, 75 85 75 00 DO 47 30 Qi 45 CO Wilmington, Oct. 8. CANDLES Tallow, IG Adamantine, SB Sperm, 35 COFFEE Java, 16 Lagnajra, 13 lli, II FLOCK N. Carolina, 6 IS MOLASSES Cuba, 40 I? St 80 18 14 12; Oil 45 At New Sharon Church, on 8unday the 2 lit ultimo, by D. Phillip, Esq., Mr. A&xxandks Wilkkbsok to Mini Roesrn E. Ham, alt of this county. In this county, on the Sd instant, by John F.Lyons, Esq. Mr. FsagusoN Cols to Miu Maev A. Da mil. In this place, m Monday the 6th mutant, by the Rev. Robert Burwell, Mr. Johs C. Read, of England, Miss Maht RixusTArr. Obi Ilia I'. Died, in this county, on the 10th of September, Hk.nhv Alhasdkr, youngest son of John P. and Celia M. Banner. For six yeara the great Author of every confort spared to the fond parents this gift i but seeing lie ia liow withdrawn, ahull they not say, ' Thy will be dona J" LIST OF LETTEKS REMAINING at the Port Office at Hill.horough, N V'., on tba lat Jay ol October, 1856. John P. Allen, Mr. Andrew, William O. Brown, Joseph Barlow, Henry Baton, Bowera, Dunn & Co. Naomi Campbell, John Carver, 3 Gideon C. Copland, John Cane, W. A. Long, John 8. Moore, Catharine Merrit, Bernard Maun, John D. M amble, N.S.Ncw, John P. Parker, John II . Sykes, W. Taylor, Sarah Thompson, Mary ti. Thoniiton, Henry Workman, John Wilson, William YVilsnn, James W. Wilnon, Martha Warren, John A. Walker, M. G. Wilnon, O. A. Walden, 8 W. Weatherly. blue Day, Uunfiey, (errant, Jane tS. Klliol, Solomon J. Fulton, , William H. rorshee. Charles Greene, Gray J. Jones, Alonzn J. Jerkins, Avia King, William Keen, Jonathan Law, JAMES M. PALMER. P. HI. Oclo'er 7. 68- NOTICE. f WAVING placed my booka in the bands of Mr. John - Turner to collect agent until the ItOth of No veinher lieit. all indebted will nleaaa cull on him. fur after lint lime they will have tn piy him rests. He can be (bund every Saturday at Mr. Lynch'a Shop, rea lly, willing and waiting. JOHN A. COX. October 3. . 69 NOTICE. APPLICATION will be made at the ensuing Sesainn of the Legislature for en amendment to the charter of the Town of Hillsborough. October 7. 89 Always Something New, HEAD THIS-OLD AND YOUNG PROFESSOR WOOD'S IIA1U RESTORATIVE, IS, no d-nibt, the most wonderful disrovery of this age of progress, fur it will leatore, permanently, gr.iy hair lo lis original color, cover lha head of Ihe bald with a mol luxuriant growih,emove at once all dandruff end itching, cure all scrofula, and other cutaneous eruptions, such aa scald head. Ate It will cure, as if by magic, nervoas or periodical headache; make the hair soft, gloasy, and wavy, and preserve the color perlwlly, and the hair from falling, lo eitreins old age. 1 he following is from a distinguished member of Ibe medical pi ofsston; St. Paul, January 1,1855. Paorteaoa O. J. Wood llear Sir: Unsolicited, I send you this certificate. After bring nearly bald for a long lime, and having tried a 11 the hair restoratives ex tant, and having no faith in any, I waa induced, on hearing of yours, lo give it a trial. I placed myself in Ihe bauds of a barber, aud had my head rubbed with a good stiff biuso, and lha Restorative then applied and well rujued ia, till Ibe scalp was aglow. This I repealed every morning, and in three weeks the young hair ap peared aud grew rapidly from August last till the pre sent time, and ia now thick, black and strong soft and pleasant to Ihe touch ; whereas, before, it wasbarshand wiry, what little there waa of it, and that little waa dis appearing very rapidly. I still use your restorative about twice a neck, and shall soon have a good snd perlecl crop of hair. Now, i had read of these things and who has not ! but have not seen hitherto any case wbere any person's bair was really benefited by any of lha hair tonic, &c, of Ihe da ; and it really gives me pleasure lo record Ibe result of my etpeneure. 1 bav recommended your prepsration lo others, and il already baa a large and general aale throughout lha Territory. The people here know its effects, and have confident in it The supply you sent us, as wholeaale agents for lha Territory, ia neaily eihsusted, and daily inquiries are mado for it. You deserve credit tor your disrovery ; and I lor one, return you my lhanke for Ibe benefit it baa done me, for I certainly had despaired long ago of ever effecting any auch lesult. youra. baatily, J. W. BOM), Firm of BonJ Sc. Kelley, Druggists, St. Paul. From lha Editor of tba Real Estate Advertiser. Boston, S7 School Street, March il, 1455. Dear Sit : Having become prematurely quite grey, I was induced, some sis weeks since, to make a trial ol four Restorative. I have used Irsa than two bullies, but the gray baiia have all de-appeared ; and although my bair baa not fu ly attained ita original color, yet the pro cess of change ia gradually going on, and I am in great hopes that in s short lima my hair will be aa dark aa (oemerly. 1 have also been much gratified al lha heal thy motrtura md vigor of the h.iir, which before waa harsh and dry : and n baa ceased lo come out aa hmneriy. Respectfully youra, V. V. M. It H P. raorcaaos Wuua. Carl.le. Illinoie, June 19. IMS. I have used Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, and have admired ila wonderful effect My bair waa be coming, aa I thought, premiturely gray, but by lbs use of hia " Restorative," it baa resumed lie original color, and I have no doubt, permanently so. SIU.NEV BKEKSE, Ki-ScnatorLnitrd Shies. O.J. Wonddr. Uo., Proprietors, 311 IlroadwaV.N. V. and 114 Market street U Louis, Missouri, Sold VVholessle by Purcell, l.add A Co. Richmond, a. Hold also by Long dt Cain. Hillsborough, N. Cand by Druggists generally throughout lha United ftsles. Uctolnir 7. 6 . t AIIl NOTILh 8 hereby given lo all who are Indebted lo Ihe sul- acriher, either by note of account, to come lurwaril and settle, an or before) 7th Nov. nest, snd ave them- selves of cost, and bun of trouble. Herein fail aot. WM.D. FALCETT. Crpt. S9. 6H 4w 9th nonth, 1856. McILWAINE L GRAIUM. IxrORTEIlS ANU UEALF.i! IN DRY C00D9, No. 60 ttycamors) Hlreel, Pelersburg, Va, VNNOl'NCK to the trade the arrival of theii im portationa of English, Irltslt, Scotch nnd French Goodn, which, with large purchases in the Northern and Eas tern meikrts, ensbled them lo offer a STOCK equal. If not snrior to any ever owned by themselves or their predecessors, Paul ft Mcllwsine. McILWAINE it GRAHAM, Agenla far North Carolina Cotton Yarns, 4-4 Hhertinge and Osnshtirga, and for genuine Irish FIsS Threads ' and Uhos Tbiesds, Virginia Fulled Liuseys snd Ker sey a. Heptcmher 19. 67 NOTICE. I.L prisons Indebted to the esstnf Fielding Isralh tra, deceased, either bv note or account, are reqnea- led lo msks Immediate pay menl, ss III suhsci itwr desires to settle up the estate as sprerlily ss possible. JOHN II. LEATHERS, EaV. cVjHemlr 15. 80 NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS, " September, 1S5G. AM now opening a very large Stock of almost every thing, including about jHOOO worth of READY MADE CLOTHING, which I have bought at low price and will be pleased to how and sell on accommodating terms, either for Cash or to punctual dealers. All kinds of barter wanted for goods. JAMES WEBB. Beptember 30, 58 Equity Sales. Ellen Cook and others, ex parte Petition to $ell Real "Jitlatt. IN obedience to the decree of the Court of Equity foi Orange County, made at September Tern, I8&6, 1 shall olliar for sale, on Ihe premises, on Saturday the 1 1th of Octolior licit, the land belonging to the heirs of Ro bert W. Cook, deceased, ailualed on lha waters of Third Fork creek, and adjoining the land of Gray Uarbee and other. Hale, will be at 13 o'clock. A credit of twelve months will be given; purchaser required to give bond and se curity, and title reserved until the purchase money ia paid. T. WERB, c. & m. r.. Hepteinher 1 S. Price adv. $ S ; 00 66 Hampton Dollar and wife Mary, el el. vi. Robert Chris tian, at a I. Petition to tell Real Ettnte. Ml'SUANT to tl.e Decree of Ihe Court of Equity I for Orunge County, made at 8cptemlr Term, t HAS, I shall oflVr fur side on the premiws, on Saturday the 1 Itli day of Octolier next, the land belonging to the heirs of Thomas Christian, sen., deceased, situated in Orange County, and ailj.iiniiif the lands of James Malone, Wil lis Msrcbin, Irael Turner, and John Leathers. Sale will be at 2 o'clock. A cieditofnine months will Ive given. Bond and security required, and the title will lie reserved until the purchase money ia paid. T. WEBU.c. &m. k. Scbtember 1 5. Price adv. $ 2 : 00. 66 Susan J. Hay and others, rx parte 1'etitian to tell ami Estate. IjURSIJANTto the Decree of the Court of Equity for Orange County, I shall offer for aale, al the Court Hnure in Hillnborough, on H.iturday the 1st day of .November, 1856. that valuable tract of Land known as the Hay place, situated on Ihe waters of Eno, adjoin ing lha lands Catlell Tinnen, Stephen Taylor and others. Also one other tiacl, adjoining the landa of Charles Cos and others, containing about four hundred seres. Also, I shall sell, on Friday the 31sl day of October, 1856, on the premises, one other tract of Land ailualed in Person County, on Ihe waters of lljco, adjoining the lands of the late Aleiander Cio.den and others, contain ing about four hundred acres. Said lands are sold aa the property of the heirs uf the late David Hay, of Tennessee, A credit of the twelve months will be given. Bond and security required, and title reseved until Ihe pur chase money is paid. Kale at 12 o'clock. T. WEBB, c. & m. e. Hep'ember 15 Price adv. $ 3 : 00 fi6 LOOK AT THIS!! rTMtE acting partner in our firm is making arranga ' menls to leave the State this fall, and il is indispen sable thai our aecounts l closed up. The copartner ahip eipires by in own limitation Ihe last of the pieent month, and we give timely notice to all persons indebted to us lo make pmmpl settlements, or their sceounla will be prolnly banded nut lor eollec tion. LP. ATM Kits, L.VTTA & CO. South Lowell, Sept. 1 0. 6 Notic -Orange Guards. I' HOSE members of the Company who have not given bond and security for their muskete and ac coutrements, are requested do so forthwith. September 8. 55 JAS. STnKLEV, ALKX. OLDUAX. STOKLEY & OLDHAM, Grocers & Commission Merchants, WILMINGTON, N. C. September 8. 55 SALT! SALT! fi( Sacks Liverpool, laigesl site, pi ice 60 Sacks Wilmington, For Sale for Cash. J. C. TORRENT! XE & September 8. 1(3 00 ,50 SOX. 55 Vinegar and fierh Maccaroni, For .al. b, .p. B. UL'FFIX. July IS. 47 BACON AND LARD For aale for Cash, during the season, bv J. C. TL'KKENTIXE k SON. Maya. 37 CASH FOR WIIKAT. I WANT lo buy 6tH) bushels of Wheat per week, will furniah bags, snd pay Cash. JAMES WERB. Julv 29. 49 TIN AND SHKET IKON MANUFACTORY. rTWE suWtiher has commenced Ihe manufacture of I ... .. , , M. Tin and Sheet. Iron wares of every description, in the building opposite the printing office and adjoining j Mr. I'hilbpa's Pa.Ullery. I Tin ware ol ever satiety for household use, tnanu- ! fsrtured in Ihe mort neat snJ durable style by esperienc- j ed workmen, kept constantly on hand, or made in order. on the moat reasonable teima. Kepaiiing ol Stills and 1 1 1" " are oour on me " w.n. ne la ato repeieu to uriiu iu an wiur,p ,oi Covering nouses rith Tin. and ti uttering, which be will do in a atvle 1 equal (or eiccllrnee and neatuese to that of any ether workman In th Plate. TIN WAR I!. Sssorled. furnished wholesale to mer chants and others, and delivered at their dooia, al Peters burg ptices. JT Old Copper, Brass and Pestlcr taken in eichange for wo k. JOHN T. UOLLOWAY. Peril. IJ. 66- ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. rilHE Subscribers, ss sdminislralora on th ealat of al W 1 ham Uoueli. dreeasnl, win oner lor anie on Tussdat the 28th das of October nrit, all th personal crooertv of the iiiiiidetvasrd. consisting of Horsea, Mherp, Cattle and Hogs, Com, W heal. Hay, Foildcr. Ac. and a vane of Farming Utensils snd Household nd Kitchen Furniture. Trims marl known on the day of sale. W ILLIAM COUCH, Ajll)rJ SAMUEL COUCH, $ PeptcmherU. 67 4 w FOR SALE, ss ev tit IVtlTtnV lin Ima MiUa XmIi i'l llill.lratiah. Annie anon, for I am determined W sell. O. HO0K.KR. Jul" Sit. KM. " m3 aaJslJ yry' 'l -KENT, PAfiS'E fk CO.. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE D4ALER3 Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Not. 163 ai.d 165 Main Street, RICHMOND. FALL TRADE, 1850! BY the barque " Fides" and ship ' Pepperrll," from Liverpool lo thia port, and iy oihei arrival vis New York, we aie receiving our FALL IMPORTA TION of ElimslVFCENClI AND GERM GOODS Purchased on Ihe beet terms for cash, and comprising aoine of ihe richeat and moat desiruble Goods we have ever imported. We are also receiving s full supply of AMERICAS FABRICS, of all the regular aud n.oatappioved mnkes. We are also prepared with a splendid stork of READY MADE CLOTHING, manufactured in Richmond, which in style, quality and price, will compare with any miikeu By the let September our stock vill he very complete, and will be Ihe largest and moat attractive we have ever exhibited. Wemostrespectfully Invite the SOUTHERN l'ainr. lo give lo our stock and to our market s liiir examina tion, with Ihe sssurance that we will sell our goods as low as they can Iw bought in the United States. Orders shall at all times lis promptly and faithlully attended to. KENT, PAINE & CO. August 26. 63. To all whom it may concern. 1 HEREBY notify all persons uaing weights and measuies, either in buying or selling, to bring them and have them tried by Ihe Standard, and sealed, ac cording to law. All persons failing lo have their weighta and measurea and steelyard tried by the Standard every two years, are liable lo a Ane of fii'iy dolla'S, lo be re covered at the suit of the Standard Keeper. JOHM T. UOLLOWAY, Mundard Keeper. Sept. 15. 66 :iw THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OP THE ACE. Dr. KENNEDY, ol Roibury, baa discovered in one of our tomnum putt we wcedt a remedy that cuies Every Kind of Humors; from the worst scrofula down lo a commou pimple. He has tried il in over 1 100 cases, and never failed eicept in two cases, (both thunder humor.) Ha has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its virtue, all w ithin twenty miles of Uoslou. Two bottles are v.arrunttJ to cure a nursing sore mouth. Una to three bottles will cure Ihe worst kind of Pim ples on the face. Two to three bottles will elenr the system of Dilcs. Two hollies are warranted lo cure thu worst canker in Ihe mouth and stomach. Three to live bottles are warranted lo cure the worst i ease of Ervsinelas. ! J ' . ... ,1 One to two bottles are warranted lo cure all humor in Ihe Eyea. Two boitles an wairanted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four lo six bottles arc warranted to cure corrupt and running uleers. One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two to three bottles aie warranted to cute Ibe worst Case Ol ringworm. I Two to three bottles arc warranted to cure the salt i rheum. Five lo eight bottles will cure the worst cases of scro lls. A benefit ia always eiperirnced from the first bottle, and a perfect cur is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Reader, I peddled over a thousand hollies of this in Ihe vicinity of Boston. I know Ihe cHert of it in every ease. 80 aura aa water will exiiugui-b fire, so sure will this curs humor. I never sold a bottle of it but that sold another; after a trial it always speaks fur itself. There are two things about this herli that appears to me ap prising; first lhal it grows in our pastures, in some nlacea Quite plentiful, and vet lis value has never been known until I discovered it in 1846 second, that it should curs all kind ol humor. In order to give some idea of the sudden rise and great popularity ol the discovery, I will elate that in April, 1853, 1 peddled it, and sold about sis bottles per day in April, 1851, 1 sold over one thuusaud bottles per day of il. . Home of the wholeaale Druggists who have been in business twenty and thirty veara, say that nothing in Ihe annala of patent medicines waa evei like it. There ia a univeraal praise of il from all quarters. In my own practice I alwaye kept it strictly for hu mors but since iu introduction aa a general family medicine, great snd won.lerlul virtuea have bceu found in it lhal I never suspected. Several rases of epileptic fits a disease which was alwaya considered incurable, have been cured by a few boliles. O, wbat a mercy if il will prove enetiual 111 all casea of that awful malsdy there are but few who hste seen more of il than 1 have. I know of several ca;e of Drop-y, all of them aged i people, cured by il. For the varioua diseases of Ihe Liver, f i k Heidache, Dyspepsia. Asthma. Fever and Ague, rain in I lie cine, iji-csh-s 01 ine opine, anu pai- lieularly in diseases of Ihe Kidneve, Ac. tlie discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. j No change of diet ever necessary eat Ihe best you j can get and enough of it. DiarcrtoN ros I'aa. Adults one table spoonful per lay Children over ten years dessert sp'Minful Children from five to eight years, lea spoonful. Aa no directions can lie appllicable lo all constitution, lake sufficient to operate ou the bowels twice a day. MAMFAtTiaKD BV no N ALU KKN.NEDV. Air. ISO H'orrcsj HI reel, Jlitbury, VattathuMttl. Price l.t 0. Wholesale Ae-rnts. New York t'ily, C. V. Clickner. SI Barclay NtrceirC. H. King, 193 Broadway; A. U.dt D. fan-Is, 100 Fulton turret. T. W. Dyott A H.,na, Philadelphia; 8. . Hanse, Raliimnre; Cm. M. Kevarr. l'llt.l.nra: A. B. Moore, Buffalo: Hujh Millcr. ToMnfo; Lyman & Brother, I Toronht; John lliite. Moiilual; HrinkinhnlTdt Pentnn, -h.c.go; James Kee.i, Chicago; aonn v, imam, uonuun, 1 1!. W. At detail bv LiHiir ft Cain. HilUborouuh, N. C. and all ress-table Druggists iu the Inilcd Males aud, Bri- li-h Ptotincrs. No ember IS. SAXDFOKD'S IN VKiOIUTOK, FUR ALL rntrtHI or A kTIMI'LATIXU J.IVI.K MEDICINE. rpiIERE hss loni eti-led s drinsnd for such a lemcly lhal could be redd on aa sate and effectual. This remedy baa been prepaid lo meet that demand ; snd an aitenaive tiial ol lis vnines ha shown how universally ii bsa aceomnlishrd the 1 uriwsr tk-signed. Anmng Ui 1 . . '. . . . 11. .1 eompiainis v. um " - -j Ihe liivigoialor we mciiiijn ut.tr 1 ommuir, wnicn ihe cause of many other diseases among whkh a Biliousness, Headache. Tain in Ihe Side ami Lome, un- , t t 1..... 1.......1:... i...i;,.ii..n l.uiut tous r ever, svrr sin, .inwoawwoi guor and lose of Appetite, List!csnrs and Irritalnlit) .11 aTwhleK am esu.nl bv a diseased action of the Liter. The Invigoraloriseonip.iutide.1 w ilh pa. licular rf. rrnce lo lha Liver, and when tbal Uiaresr 1 remo-eo an ine . for the Kile ol Darker a I'ojt.ie Acting r otr ana rest are cured, as Ihe cause of l. em ia taken away. A , ,,f, Pump, iu Ihe munties of t.isnce and Alamance, few doese of lbs Invignrsloi rsrely ever fail In stimulate : Je-noin of gettit g an etccltcnt I'ump, simple, and ihe Liver to s pror anion snd by its ciHiliiined ur lo I , tu. Mnw t,,e semlinc out a ronitnuoua stream of wa iIa Aim. Ii hsa b,en taken with aieat sue 1 ,n m mis hv annlttna to th anhsrrihera. res in esse of i'holic, Dvsrntrry, Huniors, rvio'uU. I'lceta, fte. and for these it has been found a very elli- CKioua remedy. An orrasioiial doso ltmu'sie the stomach 10 s healthy action and reflates the spii'e and -tt .1 ... ... . vigor. Vn docs w ill relieve me BjpiTs-iv ,-uh experienced by eating a hearty dinner, a it exciirs the digestive organs to vigorous action, for a tlebdilsied Mat f the system lb Invtgorator his no equal which esperienc proves, as it rratorea lh eystrtn aud removes the yellowness I'mm the skin, whkh is the result of s dis ml ...1 l.lwr. ! Prepared and nM by fandfo'd ft Co., I Frenl 81 k. Price (I 00 pe' camaining fc.rlv -oUlb,LngaiHlCa.i..H1l4airough.N.l'. I new I or dose. Ab . " WANTED, 4 GENTLEMAN and Lady, of Classical attain. a- ments, to take charge uf Red Mountain Female Academy, at its noit session, to commence about the ISth of January. All comniunicatione sdjressed lo the subscriber will be promptly attended to. UEU. w. JU.NKS, Sec'y. Red Mountain, A uguat 38, 18f.C. 64 3m IJACON AND LARD. CIDES without bone, llama, Shuuhlvis, ull home " mude, in large or small quantifies. Cider Vinegar; a large lot of coarse snd fine Salt ; Country Iron for I'lantaiion ue; Heat Turnip Seeilj r'ieh Hire: Mowing Uladea: liuiiie-tuuned L iiper and Mold Lealhtr. , J AM liS WEBB. Julv 23. 48 D 11 Y U O 0 I) S ! ! ! Tor Tall 1S50. EXfM.USIVKLV AT W IIOLESALK, . IIV STLT.VSO-i & HADIIIXL, I V HO have now iu cHora s superb Stock, em v v bracing French, German, British and Aniericnn Fabrics. All of which have been selected with great ears and ailentiun by one of Ihe Firm, at the very lowest Caah Prices. A mora inviting Pluck for the wants of lha North Carolina and Virginia tiade cannot be eihibited North or Mouth. Punctual and responsible bu? era are invited In give our stock an examination, aud judge for tuoinsclvea of lha styles and prices. io. T9 & 80 Sycamore Street, e I'etersbutg, Va. Augual 30. 65 NOTICE. I? AN away from the auhscrilier on the 8lh of Ibis mouth, a bound boy by the name Jacob Quaeken bush. He ia 17 or 18 years old ' vas hound tn ma by the County Court of AUma. June term, 1850. I hereby forewarn all persona fro, . narhoiing, employ ing or Hading with ihe said Jacob Quaekenbunh, under the penalty provided by the law in si.ee. t :ses. KLISI1A BRAXTON. September 19 57 3 p. To the Farmers of Orange, Alamance, Chatham nnd Wake. THE undersigned have formed a copartnership for the purpose of buying WHEAT. They will al ways givo the highest Norfolk and Petersburg prices, deducting freight and othei expenses. They will pay ' the cash on delivery of ihe Wheat at the Railroad. I To carry out more effectually their purpose, one of the firm will be at the warehouse of each of ihe following named places, every week, on Ihe daya speiiucj: . : :n- . . , Morrisvillo, on r nuay, Durham's, on Wednesday, HilUborough, on Tuesday, Mebane's, on Wednesday, (Jrnham, on Thursday. By thia arrangement Ihe farmeia will receive si horns what their wheat would net them in market, without he ri-k snd trouble of transportation. i : , i -iv . ,l r r-rtir 1 uv umucisikhcu sim, uiitr uicir imccs as vt.r.iia MISSION MERCHANTS lo buy Croceriea. They have made arrangements by which tbey will be enabled lo furnish their customers with Uroceries at an advenes of only three percent, on wholesale prices. They have a commodious warehouse al Chapel Hill, for lbs conve nience of Ihe farmers of the neighboring country, wbere some one will be in attendance at all times. All com munications should be addreseed to ue at Chaps' Hill. E. MALLETT. W. L. SAUNDERS. May 6. 85 Cm SALT! SALT! ! 2f? Af 8jr' of Liverpool Ground, daily expected , U JJ direct from Liverpool. 500 Hacks Liverpool and Marshall's Fine. S.OOO Bushels Alum. for aale by J. & J. L. HATHAWAY t CO. Wilmington, July 10. 47 if HEART LUMBER For Sale. rj'HE undersigned having recently art op a S'eam A Kaw Mill, within three milea of Morrisville Depot. Wake County, would be glad to furnish Ihe citizens of Orange and adjoining counties, with Ihe very best of lleait Lumber, which every body pronounces lo be auch. We will furnish bills upon Ihe shortest notice and most accommodatini terms. Address JACKMiX k. YOUXG, June 16. 43 3m Morrisville, Wake county. FRUIT CANS. Thia desirable ai title, ol all sizes, on hand and for sale by JAMES" UEUU. June 16 43 To Wool Growers. w , ,ilt nines are now n orwr .or varomg . snJ makine cood tub, Those briniine wool their : ,olI well preiiared mav depend on getting good rolls. j IVicea for carding. 7J centa frt pound lor unmixed, jlSJ cents per pound for miving. or one fifth of th i wool. Corn, wheal, fiexsced, berswax, lallow, bacon and lard will he taken in piyment lor Carding, and levcn money will not be furd, as something will be etpected in psymrni beloie Ihe lolls are taken front tba jrtachincs. JOHN F. LYON, F. MCliOLS. Mv firiht Mills arc in the heet oi-Jcr, snd ran ili-pstrb wmk at short notice. Barrels kepi on r v i ninj f,ni r, ru-tomers. 1 i,e ucsi pi us pa 10 lor Jtil N F. LYON. u . fcrl oJ 9trJ e, j une .t June S4. 41 ; . . ! J 1SIVC YOII A 111111 J " j AVINU purchard luan Mr. (irates the so!e right ,Mr, M. A. White, at Mebenesvill. has one of ihraS) ' u;i,pe in o)ralion, which, h wiilee o. performs ad. mif.y. He U auihoiiaed to act as agent for the aale of ! Mt ump in thai section, and any application to him i .. . .1 - .1. ,l ,m Ma . wni meet wrn as prompi aiwn'iin n Kmc o woial iniang turmsneo ai a inning ri-"---J. C. Tt'RREN TINE ft bO.N. May5. RevKicd Code of North Canlina. vTMIOPE desiring ihra Irulv dr.ie.l le wmk. can 4 I I ha iht ' 7, , :'.. .! ilT P s fj iiV J. t . I l RIJLM INF 4. fO.V