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Xtoertmrtl In rtincct ,U the fnowf feasible mode tn ft inch die long-tunamg controver sies fiial nave arisen with regard to Central A merica, unitcr the Clayton Butwer Conven tion, ulioiild bo brought to an raicablevnti tatiafactor termination, ' , A ; .Y -1 ! -, . i . - . National Intelligencer. RETCRff OF THE PARAGUAY EXPEDITION. The United States steamer "Harriet Lone, dpt. Jiihn Faunce, From Montevideo on tha 12th of March, arrived at New York on Wednesday night. . ' The United States frigate St. Lawrence laitetj from Montevideo the day before. The following vessels were t tail Tor the United fitatea a aoon a they could be prepared for sea, and the entire iquadron it wa auppoied would be on their way home by tha lit of 'Aprili Frigate Sabine, (flagship,) Cotnmo. jjore'Shubrick, with Judge Bowlin on board , iloop Falmouth, sloop Preble, steamers At lanta, Memphis, Caledonia, Southern Star, Fulton, Water-Witch, W. W. Chapm, and atnreship Supply, -The Mrtaciii't had been condemned as . anseawi.rtliy, and would remain at Montevi deo till order were received from Washing ton in regard to her. ... - The following vessels will remain at Bra til station under the command of Charle S'.tcdtun, vizt Brig Dolphin, Bainbridge, and ferry, The atoreahip Release will re main on the atation for a few month. The health of of the officer and men of the iquadron wa good. ( 84DaaiN0 or Accovmts with Pmout. The Bueooa Ay re Commercial Tmet, of Feb. 19th, aya that, though nothing it cer tainly known of the term of the settlement of our Paraguay difficulties, they are currently believed to be aa follows t I. "The Water Witch affair i to be apoln giaed for by a salute to tbe American Qtg of twenty-one gun. , , . Ten thoutand dollars it to be paid to the widow of Samuel Chanejr, killed in the affair at tapiru. , 3. Tb treaty of 1853 i to be ratified. 4. The navigation of the Paraguay and Parana i to be acknowledged free. 5. The claims of the Navigation Company re to be settled by a mied commission at Washington. The vessels of the squadron left Corrintes on February the 15th, and on the 20th ome of them pained Rotario on the way to Sat) Jose, Vrquiza Estancia. j The Bueno Ay re paper intimate that wbea Mr. Bowlin ha concluded hi busings at Af unction, be wilt tender hit personal Iriendly office" to secure the return of Bueno Ajre to (he botom of the Argentine Confederation, and to repay I'rquiza'a ' friendly office' in Pangsiy. On the 21 February, (he annivenary of tha birth of General Washington, the Presi dent of h Confederation to give a ban quet to the American Minister, Commodore, , and loma of the nival officers. General Urqniaa arrived at San Joae on the 9th, and at night lerenadea welcomed him in the town ol Concepcinn. United Statra ateamer Caledonia arrived at Bueno Ayrrt on the ITth of Febuary, in fourteen day from Pernambueo, which port, when he Irft, wa in a healthy condition. 8 lie proceeded up the river to fjorrientes to juin the iq'iadron. It seem by deipatchei from Commodore Sbubrich that opon the arrival ol the Fulton at tha fortification at Humaita, both parties manned their batteriei, bat the hip wn al lowed to pan upon information frm two of Commodore Shubrich's aids it to the object of the Commissioner in visiting Atcuncion. J.ATE FROM EUROPE. Halifax. April SO. The rwval mail tteamer Arabia, from Liver pool on the 26th, hti Jmt arrived. Her ad vices are highly important. Lord Derby annnuced in the H'tuae of Lord that the Cabinet had come to a determina tion to dissolve the Parliament and appeal to the country. He commented severely on Lord John Russet's eoure, and likewit cha racterized Iwd Palmrraton'a recommenda tion that the Minister ahouM accept Lord Kissel's amendment In the rrform bill a a direct inault. He rrjnired at tha cenemii aeppnrl the Government had received, and etpreed a rnnvirtinn that, for want f co heaion, the opposition would be speedily d is eolved. TheCablqelbid decided todinIve Parliament aa aoon a Hie public business would permit it. became Ibey thought the country ought to be consulted at tbe pretent criai, and because the intereit and peart of the couot'y would tuffrr from change pf ad ministration. Mr. d'Uraeli md a corresponding an nouncement in the Home of Common. It wa reported that Austria will insist on tha disarmament of Piedmont before tht at aembling of a Peace Congress. The teditioa trial at Belfast resulted in diMgreement of the jury. Bombay telegraphie Hate had been receiv ed ap to March 4th. Tautia and Topee bad disappeared, and hi follower were dispera ed. The financial embarratiment. of the Uovernment wa moat levere, and there wit already a panic in the money market. Cotton hl slightly declined, principally on inferior qualities. Breadstuff very dull . Provisions firm. Coniutt 941 a 9$. The Earl of Malmibury'e remark in Par liament veaterday conatrued into an admit eion of tha hopeleitnei of peaca on the con tinent. The movement of troop and war material (n Franca continue on a large Kale. Twenty-five thoutand troop are on their way to Lyon. A feeling that war it inevitable pre vail at tha French Foreign Office, and it ahared by tome of tht highest functiomriet. Order have been tent to Toulon for aiity tight tetaelt to be ready to put ta ca at a day' notice , and alto eight veaatUh been ordered from Brett to Toulon. All tht mer can tile veiaela in the Adriatic werehaalening home. ' The Pari Bonn wa declining. Tbe Engl. ah Ambitiador atTurin had tod U"lf left for London. , . , Lorwu Wnios.-The Whlga of Iuisi nl, likt their brethren in other section of tht Union, are beginning to move. They bavt listed an address and called Convention to ancatin New Orleam on the teamd We.lne day io June neit, to effect an organization ad to nominate a Stale ticket tube voted for At tht nut election, Their addriil it couch d rn eloquent tennt. We copy from it the following glovrjnff painget ... The Whig party ha lumbered it hat not oieii the wisdom ol it policy; tno conuirvaiiim of it principle,' the unrivalled 'endowment! oi iia gallant leaaer uuy -wim, tor o long and eventful a period bore it honored banner in the thickest ol tht ngnt, ail betokened it indestructibility and the effort we now make to unfurl itt flag once more to tht battle and tht breeze, further evidencei itt vitality, and give token of our devotion to the organiza tion of it choice, gemmed aa i it escutcheon witn tne most Driiiiant portion ol our pniiti ral history. Lives there a Whiz with em a iiuni in inrpiii as noi io leei ins uoaom nenve with patriotic pride, a he reviews the past of our history, studded as every pige of this hiatory it, in characters of electric brilliancy, with the proud name of Clay and Webster? Their geniu impretse itself with iuefTicea. Die durability on the policy ot tne country, whilst their profound stutes'tnanshin, compre hending the diversified interests of this great nation, tub-oruameu them ill to tne solution of the hifrhest problem of political economy in a republican government, (Ae greatt$t good of tht grtatttt number and the wisdom of their policy n proved by this, that It ha inex tricably interwoven itself with the succeed ing affair of our Federal Government, and, like a goldra thread, re-apnear in the cur rent history of our national affairs, alone re denninr them from the just reprobation of a disappointed and suffering people. AH hon or to the old Whig party, tor tha pan oi it history it at lead fecure, " in conclusion, we eihort yon in tht burn ing eloquence of the gallnt Harry of the Wet, Arise, arise, shake off the dew-drop that flitter on your garments, and once mora march to battlt and to victory," The Austrian possession in Italy contain a population little if at all exceeding five mil lion of people, and yet she has an army there computed at two hundred and twenty thoutand meq of " arma; her position are itrengthened by fortification at every im- . . . t - u-:.i. pnrttni point, anil wcac iniucaiiun unuc with cannon. The area-Venitian kingdom, beim the Austrian Dossesi'oRi in Italy, i Stated at 17,511 square miles, while that ofj North Carolina it estimated at 50,70-1 square miles, or three times greater than the Aus trian dominions in Italy about which so much talk is made., . No wonder that the people gron under a rule that requires for its main tenance such a force a ti, being one to every twenty-two of population, including men, women and eniuiren, a proportion greater thin ha ever brfore prevailed in the history of any civilized country. . It can hardly be looked upon a surprising that Pied ninnt'lonka upon this terrible amy of men a menace to her independence, or that ihe should lika to come to aome other arrange ment. With all the talk or peace it I hard to how this state of things can continue, or how warlike preparation should go on at they are still roinr without resulting io aome outbreak at an early day, l.f. I. ill. I.I Mr Prs.rnft to lha MlU. cbesetu Historical Society were formally ....,1 at m tina nl tKaa a,s laat aft Hattl. ilXrnice as iivih we " t- Inn, on Thursday la.t, by Mr. II. Gardner, one oi jwr. rrearoti exreumrn ; um ih these aword wa woro oy uoi. rrecon, me Srandf'ther of the historian, at the battle of ...L. llltl ! !. nlhor ! Pant. I.inTr the grindtither nf Mr. Preacott, who on that day commanded the British sloop-of-wsr Falcon, which wa playing with her guns upon a little redoubt which our countrymen . . j nau raiscu. "SomtTuio New." -Such wa tha device on a red flag huqg out last week at Coving ton, bv two cenlry, hailing from Milledge- ville, who were selling jewelry and watches in rather a novel shape. I hey bad aome two hundred little boxea in a show case, containing various trap from a bras ring up toaiortof watch that passed for silver. They charged ft a grab," each grab enti tling the lucky owner to the content of one of tht boxc aforesaid. Of coarse they had the content ot the boiea so arranged at to make a fine thing of it, but the grabbing of oot or two v a tehee set the boys all agog to try ineir iuck. ana many oi mem paiu vcrj dear for brae ring, pinch back pins, chains, kt. We art pleased to learn from the I'ime that these trllowe were indicted bv th Grand Jury and fined tlOOO ind cost of suit, fir their speculation. I ney win aouoi less take in their aigo after this, AitgvtM Dupaltk. NEWS ITEMS. Sattrrw. Governor Ellia, of North Caro lina, visited the R'ceivine Shin Pennsylvania Thursday afternoon and waa received with the customary atute. Forf.Ik Argue. M. Cukow lit Eholiko, Amnng the item by the Aribia we notice that at Qaeen Victoria's Levee, Senator Clm man, of North Carolina, waa pretentod by Mr. Dallaa. Another of thot outlets for Southern folly known under the disguise of Southern Com merciil Conventions, it celled for Virkt- burg, Mississippi, the 9th of May. Sensible people have been sutUcientiy disgusted al ready with their proceeding.' i ; Wintketer Rrpub. Ifaxr. The Missouri pipers are mention inr , with aome degree nf satisfaction, Uit in dnitry of their farmer in raising large crops of hemp. Nome of them send to maiket over ont hundred and twenty ton of hemp every year, in aunuion io meir grain crop. Fiat it Earner. Tuesday afternoon last, between i and 9 nVlock, the old Steward's Hall at Emory and Henry Cnllegt was dis covered to be on fire. A strong wear wind prevailing! the time, it wit totally con anmed. .Tht most of tht furniture wa ssv. td. The building cot omt t9,000. Fif teen etudenl occupied roomt in tbt house, omt of them lest every thing they bad. The fir will canst oo interruption ol college ei erciiet. - . Abingtm Dtmttral. - Recent advicea from Teiu ny tliatFord'a Rangen, ton sist irg of forty. sevea men, were orpiiard and tarroundeif in the nerthera part of the State by eight hundred Indians, wht demanded their turrender. The Ran ger! refused when desperate battle ensued. Ford, with four other, cut their war thrcorh and ftcipcd. The' event hit produced the greiteit excitement among tht frontiersmen. Tht Charleston If ercory iiyi of the nezt uemocntio rrenuential Uonveotmii rMn. leu it ia limited eccluiivfly todelegatei from the South, it will bo no Convention of th Democraiic party." i. 4t, . Tut RavoLOTiotf tie Cob au a Hpmdoo. Lata advicea from Havana say that .every thing waa ouieton the Island. THE SLAVE TRVDE AND FII.UbL'STERI!M. Hon. John A. Campbell, of the United States Supreme Court, (siyt the New Or leans Bulletin) delivered a charge to the Grand Jury at the opening of tha Circuit Court fo tin southern district of Alabama at Mobile, on the 12th instant, which Is one of the ablest and most decided tint we have ever read. It is devoted exclusively to tha ilave trade and fillibustvrism, and reai serts more pointedly and emphatically than before all the general positions which the same fearless, honest, and independent, jurist assumed in reference to these subjects in his charge to the Grand Jury at the same plate some months ago. Hi t charge occupies three columa in tht Mobil Advertiser, and was delivered, as the paper there inform us, with an earnestness that elicited profound at tention. The Judtre ia thoroughly in earnest. ind Intends tint to far as it denendt on him. tha lwi ehll be fully executed in letterand spirit. That this course of Judge Campbell will raise him in tbe estimation of the great mass of respectable and intelligent cit iens of tht country South and North, East and Hf. - . . r v est irrespective or pany, c.nnoi ue lor a moment doubted. He has shown himself the incorruptible and the fearles Judge, who plainly lay down the laws and calls up on hia co-associate to perform their whole duty in executing them to their " llest ex- lent. He essmines the Have lra"e and he finde it in fact, a well a in the opinion of the great men of tht country, past and pre sent, Plorth and Sooth, as well in to words they have uttered in regard to it a the laws they have helped to.frame to crush it, to par take of the niture of pirary, ind he an regardi it. lie quotes the language of many distin guished Southern men, refers to the trratiei of all civilized nation for the purpose of sup pressing it, and to the ngnr of the laws oi the United States tot lie tame end, and ue- cltrea that " the public conscience hit sanc tioned the rigor of tha laws." ogvamM KrpubUcan. The dissenting branch of the Democracy in Pennsylvania, called the "Bolters" by the Administration premes, but rlaimine to be the real Democracy, have held their Con vention at Harriiburg, and put forth nn off-1 set to the resolutions and platform of their J quandam associates. They hsve proclaimed J i the " popular sovereignty" doctrine, and en- "1 doreed Gov. Packer. They have also repa-l dieted the t'eket put forth by the first Con- vention.and recommended tne call of noth-j er to nominate a reliable ticket. They have ! endoraed the entire course of Senator Due-' I... 6 I Oct of Orrtca. The Democratic Ace, a monthly Magazine published at New York in place we believe, of the Democratic Ke- view, sava that " Gen. Pierre wa fit f.r nothinz. for he fainted in battle, and turned out a mnrompoop in the Presulencv. The remoa or Marry for government alone aaved rTSHE firm ,( Borland A D-nneii i diaaolveJ by mu Pierce" administration from Utter C0n-1 c-neent. All peraone indebted to said (irra tempt." ve shall hear the same thing said ol Mr. Ruchanan, to mnn a his term of office ex pire, and his right to distribute the spoils ceases. WISTAR'a- BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, Curra Brtntiiat AJJtctiune end ell dieratte of tht Lunti. r, n... r .... t...u. i.. ... . . . . , ....... It as perhap. but a atmple act of ju-t.ca t. the pro- ntMrtore at Wi.tare Balaam of Wild Chrrv .r o Io .i. . .. 'i t- ..y, .hat our pert.l experience u. U u of this ar- lirle. hae imnrripM ua favnratiiv. Oi of Ih nrnnrl. , .' . V , 1 jsjatiie ami omar Boll anil ntraw Ma uJl 1W"u'. """."T1 "T ' "TH BON N ETS Cheap, Trimmed cough M four monthe conlinuanec. I.y he aaa oT Ihi. fcH j,ik 8 Lace and BreiJ Balaam, and several of ( frwnda anj acquainUoce,' v hit. -" " wno nnww vn inr enrciv, neve roonn I nv grm aei sic ia relieving them of aevere eougha and ahnrtneae ot breathing, wh which they had been afflicted." IN one (enaiaa unlsee eined I. B V T T 8 oo the wrapper. Bate) w. revoa & to, 13 W aahington Mrrel, Boainn, Propnelora. Hold by Ihcir sgenla every wberr If Tee sale in Hillahomogb by J. C. Hrbb cV Co , hi UieenalHjrough by Dr. T. J. Patrick. TUB MARKKTS. Wilmington, April it. CANDI.ES-Tallow, 16 frrt 18 Adamantine, Sperm. S3 26 35 60 IS . SO 121 131 111 13 t3 7 00 S3 S5 71 0 II J2 COFFEE Java, Laguajrra, Rio, FI.OUR North Carolina, MOI.ASSK.S Cuba. SUGAR Brown. Loaf anJ Crushed. Paleraburg, April SI 10 121 4 8 61 151 I 45 I TO 85 UO COTTOV. TOBACCO-I.ajta, Leaf. WIIEAT-Whita CORN, COTTON, FLOUR Familr. Superfine, Fine, Cross, FLAX-SEED, CORN. MOI.A84K8 Cuba. WIIISKF.Y, Faystteville, April SH 11 SH Hi - 1 M ! 10 8S 27 38 aJiunvi 111.1 mi.uii.ivi -..7 r.ai . m ,m-naa a a m avw-m mm aa nn AiiXLOGnirii. t EK. HOtrOH ia now in HILLSBOROt.UII at MA80XIC lf t.1.1., prepated lo futmab I ke-j Iteneaiaib beat alyloofart. , ... CHL .f. v ? ...1 Zr t ? . rTiuri en II ha bsd eight yaara conrlanl prai oartain h eo pleaao all who favor hits aa. Beoido Ambrotvne on glaaa, arvlo called MEI.A!.OTYPE8, 00 F.M AMEl.F.l) METALIC PLATES, patented si preealy far Ih pur suae a lata imnrnveoienl. and a good one. Aleo NIELLOGRAPH8, ar picture em WATER PROOF PAPER, which eaa Us sent ia letter for com gaoatMfUg. A food picture ia a troarar and - a Joy forever " bar! poor la a naieence and an eyesore, tier gi4 e while yoa can. H will remain but TWO WEEK., a I Pkvoao call, namine specimens, snd ju.'gs for your, elveo. Price fraas $ I lo f 10. Pwnre a aood ia cloudy as clear Weather. April ST. M -lt. NOTICE. rpflB Baaninlne CommittM will eaaat at U Coert Heuae in Hillatmrongb mi 8atnrdiiy ll 14th of MavfihMt. . . WM. II. BROWN, Ch'n. ''"i-'-'A CARD. ; DR. T. E. BESSELUEU will pf.ctice Dentiatry In U)ia plaea during dlia Spring and tha coming 8un)im H has taken an effica at the Orangs Ho tel, aad ia prepared fo treat !l diseaiwa of tha teeth, gums, and lveai j particular taken in tilling teeth when their nerves aie npoaed, and W extracting teeth when alveolar abeess has formed. Th it maet important of all operations, the treatment nf children's loctii, when a regular and XiTCu den tition ahould be produced, hae been diligently atudied and shall be csrafu)lf executed. I.adiea wiahiiia their teeth operated upon at their residsncea, will be promptly attended Io by informing me al my office. Un!eie in attendant upon families at their residen ces, I will be at my oflu-e at any hour during the day. HilUhorougb, April 1 8th, 1850. 87 pd. HILLSBOROUGH MILITARY ACADEMY. T'lIE Serond 8eeion of this Academy will com mence nn May let. for a. Circular containing full information addreaa Ihe Superintendent, Col. C. C. Tew. Apiil 30. , . , 87-3t, Attention Orange Guards. YOU arc commanded to appear in front of the Court . Houe on Saturday the UOlh day nf April, at 10 o'elack, A. M., H full winter uniform, with parade caps, aimi and aceoutremcnte in perfect order for inspection, and ten rounde ball cartridgea, for target practice. - Dv order ot Ihe Caettin. J. V. WIIITTED, 0.8. J April 10th. Z ; T Private Boarding and Day School .. FOR YOUNG LADIES. IIILLSnOROtGlI, !V. C. Under the care of the Misses Nash and Miss Knllnck. THE First uinn will commence on Ihe 15th July, 1859, end end on tha 30ih November. . Tbe cnuroe of instruction will lie thorough, embrac ing all the branches usually taught in Fiist Claaa (School a. Tuition and Doard, including Fuel, Lights, Washing, dec., $100 per een.ion, payable one-half in advance, the remainder at Ihe end of Ihe 8eeinn. Day tScbolara will be Mreired on tli uaual terms. Music on Tiann, $20,00 " Melmlron. 10.00 t; of Inetrumrnt for Practice, A.00 Urawinr. 10,00 Paalet Fainting. 50,00 Grerian P.iniing, 10.00 French and Latin, each, 10,00 Circular containing all nrcesaary information will be fotwanlcd on application, April fO. 87 a-2 m nr a c S H '-I 3 C " EE ROSSET, BROWN k CO. ' WILMINGTON. N. C. BROWN, LE BOSSETfcCa NEW YORK. 6mnnussioit 3'Vltrrbanis. .: 5 i I ?I OB- Zm Sis j tV Particular attention given lo$ Sthe aale of Naval Stores, Cotton i I n I ii 3 j g-l,u uulrl l rouuir Ei April J). w 87 a. I - " - - IilsaMJl.l 1 1U. arc requested to coma forward and make immediate ' payment, aa U ia neceaaary tlmt the tvjsimss should ha cluartf. AKLIIIIiAL.II UOKL.AM), L. I.. BEXXKTT. April Kth, IS59. 87 w. NEW AND CHEAP SPUING GOODS. THE LARGEST and BEST Stock in tbia County, riorchaaed upon ihe very beat terrae, a fear of which t will call attention to. ' Beat French Cloths. Caeeimerre, V eating", and every fa, (.. . Bo. . . L?lo.hi. 1 iiaio rine Hanjarisn, t .. . ? HAFS Fine Midrakin, Cammere, W aahington. . American Plantera, Nutria, Smoke Soft and Straw Hata. and t'ntrimmfd. Bonnet, Coloured Miaaee' and Ladiea Egueitrian and other flats. Black, Black and White, While and Coloured Roach es and Tl. Fine and Cheap Parasols. Pstenl Mell-Adjuatible Coreele and Rubber Biiaka. Ricbardxtn dt Stewart's Linens, lMapers, Uaraask Table Cloths, Napkins, Mieetinga, Ac Urilhanta and Percale tor 8acka and Duatrrs, with White Braids, Cords and Tsserls, Fringes, Ac, for Trimming a.' India TwilN, Dimitr. Engliah Lnag Clolha, Ae. Mualin Collar, and Hleeve in fela. Beragra, Mualin Rohea, 8triea, die. ttrgandiea, Oil: gh i ma, English Prima, Challies, Ac. TaUle anil Piano Cover.. Oak and Roe painted Chamber-Seta. Planiebed Tin, Old Dominion Coffee Pota, Biggins, Tea Pols, Ac. Wa'er Cooler, Talent Helf-Sealing Fruit Cans, Coach and Floor Oil Clothe, Enamelled Maalin and Util'a, Patent Leather. Kchnol Books, Wall and Bor Jar Paper, Fire Sciecne, Window Curlaina. Sola lailier. Calf.kina. While and Pink Lininga and Bindinga, Cochineal B tot to pa, Pel Calf. Mortcco and Ooat Skins, Briallee, Ls.ts, l'eg, Bootweb, Awla, At, Ate. Lard and Tanner 'a Oil. Kemaine Oil, Lamps, Wicks, snd Chimneys. Fine Palled Oil, Eaarnce and Eitract of Coffee, White and Brown Windanr and other Boa pa, K Uracil f Peach, lmon. Vanilla and Cinnamon, Old Englieh Cheese. lndon Porter, Old Jsva and agnyra Couee. Roe Herrings. Raiaina and Figs in . ""a'l bote and drum. Sugar Hooee Syrup, Fins t, . L a,. r.L n . . v.ata, enu wrvrn i rav, vi ..lie ..nrinern nimivn JAMKS WKBH. April 13. . aa. A CARD. n ERE . ITER I itiuat moot rcapectfulljr decline t. amph any of my gootl, or aend them out by ! fervant to be looked at, aa the Ine i loo great tn con 1 tin w. I. JAMr.S M1H. rapri. w. - ew NEW GOODS. April, 1S50. f AM aow opening one of th Largcal and Bed Stock ' "o ' ottered in this pise, which I csn sell t "r syeommo,l.i,.,g term. I Th ambrsce nearly avety article wauled ia tht market, and I ahatl keep my aeeortment eomnlat by frequent addiliona whenever gnml are wattle.1. d.ib e.un. AprilS. S- fJEW STOCK Or DRI GOODS. OCR Nw Stock of Dry Oooda is received, and com priaM quite a varietr of Mualina. Jaconet a, Chal liaa, new Bonnets and Ribbons, Crape Shswls, Man tills Shswta, in place of llio oM atvhj mnnlle. Hats of diflcrent kinds, Ac, alt olTcrrd at low price by I. C. lTllltli.YI INE Si bOS. April 3. CASH AND BARTER Exchange. Tbe Btibscriber baa opened one door above ' The Printing Office," where lib intends keenina; a full ptock of liroceries, Uotmng, Staple Ury Uooda, ahd many other articles, for which Cash or Barter alone" will be ta ken, Wheat, Flour, Corn, Bacon Lard, Butter, Chickens, Ejres, Tal low, Beeswax, Flaxseed, Feathers, Dried Fruit, Tow and Cottons, Wool Janes, kc, bought or sold on commis sion. J). C. PARA'S. April 13. ' 86 LIST OF LETTERS, ft EMAININQ in tbe foat Office at Hillsborough, X. U., on Ihe I at day of April, 1B5J: Thenia Alston, Samuel Johnson, Molly Alston, Dr. Jamea B. Alfjrd. John J. Long, Joseph Lswa, A. J. Lloyd, 5 William Leathern, W. M. Long. f'raneia M, Mclnto'h, A. McKcmie, J. W. McDowell, A.J. McDtde, Durell McCanlaw, John N- Meredith, Jenay McKw, . Willie Teddy. Ednie Khndea, John V, Kalierla, (Christopher Roberts, Rev. William Holieon,' ' John Pmiih, Mary E. Xmitii. Klmira 8, 8milh. Ham, aenrintof Wm. Tale. P. Hi Tsjlor, Murphy W agoner, Margaret Wonda, J. W. Woodward, Klisaheth Wnoda, Jamea Vaughn, W. B. Vincent A Kon, , Capt. A. . WiUon, ' Ann VV'illiama, Jane W ilaon, John D. WiTmma. L. PARISH, P. M. James C. Drown, John G. Brown, Joacphene Brown, John K. Drowning, Mildred Copley, Jamea M.Clark, Andereon Crabtree, Kichard Crabtree, G. U. Clement, Antony Uority, John 0. Denny, Miae J. H. Dan. Dallila Otl At rellanier, lleury 8. Dalliba. . Jamea R. Edwards, Aleiinder riadley, 11. P. Gneea, John Uihson, Robert Urtaom, E. G. Gray, William Garrard. Job C. Hughes, D. If. Hoyle, John IlnpkiiK, tlarkine & Lard, Jnhu Hancock, Major or 1'ippo Juhnson, Benjamin Jack, Jane Jones, John Johnson, C. April S. Important Sale of valuable Lots in the town of Hillsborough, and a Tract of Laml two miles frutn town. Wm. Henry Faucet! et al. ex parte, petition fur eate of Keel Eatale. PURSUANT to a decree ot Hie Court nf Equit for Orange eounty, made at March term, IH.VJ. I will aell at the court houaa door, in the town of Hillalm- rough, on Monday the 35th day of April next, ell llir Real Eatate belonging to tbe heire of Ihe late Tbomae raucett, conaiating of a Tract of Land two rnilra from Hillaborough, adjoining the land' of Wm. A. Graham, John Berry and oihera, containing three hundred ar.d forty-fire ecres, Also, Sixteen l.ate in th town ot Hillrtornngh, all of them improted. Two nf ihem sre on (he main atrcet, immediately oppneit Ihe court bouer, end all the othera base comfortable dwelling kouaea upon them. Twelve months credit will be given, tbepurchsaer giting bond, snd security required. Title reaerved un til the purchaae money ia paid. Kale will begin at 1 1 o'clock. THOMAS WKBH, C. $ M. E, 5 - March S'i. Price adv. $3 : 50. V A N T E 1) , exebsnce for Uoods, any quinlity nl old. coat oil. rpni Machine tew from two apoola. aa ""reheard unwaahrd Wo6!en tlotl.a an I Woolen e, arlt,:l Pnm ,lie ,,,, pairing no rewinding of thread j any kind of Hair, to be oaed aa a manure. jt tUn, rct,C.bcf, md Stisrhca in a aur-rior style, A l.o Cotton and I Lmeo It:.., for paper raaking. fii,liril 0a.-h actim b its own operation, without re. t pper Leather. Hide. Bacon and l ard Old Cset- tU hand-needle, a. ia required bv ether ma- inga.Braaa and I Copper. Feelhem. Beeawax. torn M.al. I r(jf, j, dj ,, ,n,, cheaper sewing than a " ' "" -"'" and almoat any thing elr. Setttementa of all accouuls once a vear. JAMKS WEf.B. March 16. SPRING GOODS FOR UoO. MRS. OWEN announeea to her pntror.a and the public generally, that he ia now in ths receipt of, i t! ; , 1 - I L r i . i 1 :.A LL a.l Hla.,l .l A ,!, Mn twl.l k.in demand, and at prices varying from tha loweM U the! ' Vnt Sheriff ot Orange County bavmg al the present highest that the market ill iuatify . term retur.ied the f.dinw.na Iracla M land huh bo - In ihe MILLINERY Line-She hae Silk Bonncte I l"',lM" t'l,0,.r "T du th'r'"2. .!",! , -priced from S,50 to I0, with almost every ii.ierm.-di- . "'' ur ,,f lJ"' 'mu,hV?'r;, n" ' J0'" aie price , irg the lam'a of J,.bn H. fykea, P. M illiama and oth. Of STRAW GOODS A great saiiety of sfylc. ' eoma.nir. g SO ac rea. n.ote or lew. siippoaed to t . euited to every ago, from ll.e ir.f.nl to old ladie.. at ' '''7 ,n',,rt u du 1'. pricee varjing bom SO cents to ibat of any uut.iity ' 3-"- . wanted. Also one tract of land en the waters of New Hope, - Of DRESS GOODS-She has Mu.lin Robes a. f.d- s.ljxtnint ihe Unda of James Ili.hop and others, con Iowa: Mu.lin Kila A'allaa from (1,50 lo (ti.OO. 'aming 114 acres, more or tea. euppod to belong to Otgindiea from f 1.60 lo 6,t 0 5 Double Volnnts f...m , "hn I'srrall. Amount ol lax due thereon. il : 47. IOto$14; Berage K,d A'allaa atin from 6 to A l- one tract ol land en Ihe staters rf New Hope, $10; Bersge R.do Double Volants from f 10 SlO;' Pmt 'he bind, of Jamea Biebop and olltera, con. Berage Robe ATuniqu. a new deign 1 Berage Role ! ' n 1 'J mmr ' ' wiiMsed to belorg to Datila.a still more novel articles liiduna do. John and liickaon tarrall. Amount of las due lli.;c Black and While Chanttlly Lace Puinls and Man- n. ilea, pritea varying from S,Su lo I Al" ,r' ' 'n'' " ,h' '" " New Hope, All stvles of Steel Extenm fkiria from l.f0 10 1 adjuomg lbs lands of Jamea Bi.hop and ctra. Coa. $3.S0s booglaaa & Sherwood' Tunitite Coraet an.t',",mn ' S acres, more or Ice. suppoaed to belong lj Skirt Supporter. j Mtv t'arrnll. Amount of las du thereon, 51 rents. To lha stticles of Blsck 8 Iks the particular atien-1 Al0 one Lacl .rf land on lb water of llnrhad' lion of n thoae who wiah to wear brautif.il article c",k' ,J"in,n 'r!' of t . lbilU a and at a reduced price invited. Tbia ailicle having wrn '"' eontaiiiii.f one acre, mot or let", tuppoa. I 10 purchased much below lha mstket value-! 5 lo 30 , Kah An.outil of lax due tltmu, ineh ! iStl S. IO r,la In tha Arm vm.l.l'entf r...m S3 Cenl. fH.SO to l-w..rlh much more, according lo the usual nrira of ihe article. Without further patlieularWng. a!! perrons .Wring i trll.h and reamnttMy priceil good, are reqnertrd to call and otamine f.vr them.ele. Tbcy arc aaeu'td that it will pay them for their trouble. juning 'he i.n.ta vl ur. juirn Jtioota ami othera, con- InaddiUjntolhaltraetivene..ofibl(kk.lbsi,s'''"f 18 "es, mora or leas, suppoard lo belong to engaged a Isaly and f.ahionsU lady from abroad l Bl,j, 'i'srd. Amotrnt of tax due tbereon. f : Id. aeM her in making up Dtea.ee and Mantles. w he.eupmi it i ordered by the l',trl, thai the own- To CASH buvera, a liberal dnr.Hini still be ma.Ie, r -f said tracts of land be notified of the .am t.j a auch eon.i.leratirtn i du lho who rtr!r Luring i heanon in the Hifhtwrnnrh Kteo der for .it eucceaa.to I for ch. a il end H furlhet tttmble. i In making oami-lprep.itli..n and onilsv in Cods.! ehc flatter berorlf that he will he appreciated by S lenerou and intelligent con mitntty. C. U. OWEN. Apiil 13. so I . ( ICE! ICE! ! ICE!!! 11 HE BuUrtiber havint llllcd hi. ICE HOIE. ia A. now prepared to furntab b a customera at.d lb public generally wilb ICE. j lie will deliver Ice al hi. Ice House daily frtm sun.' tiae antil eunect (Sunday ayxecpted, and on Sundays' from snnriaa until o'clock, A. M. TICKETS can be had at the alor of th S..Wrilr on East Front etwl. In no caae will L-c l dei.vcied wilhoul hi TICKETS or the CAMI. For lb convenieoe of tbe ciliten of Xewbeftt, tie will, on th li'th day or April tint, and afterward. Ihroughoul lb eeon, .Miter It al the store of M jor Phi bps, coiner of Biosd and Mi Wleetrc,.tlh'tiire of M. W. H. Bumrell. comet of P. .thick and Craven street, at Ihe autre of Thorn . William, oii.er.id Cia- veo and South Front l't. d.iili. from aunriae until p. m. (8undaye excepted.) - on fitn.taya fr.im 7 to o'efock, a. m..t th Mora of M. W. H. Sumrell. Ilia Ice House being bva'ed on an arm of the Rail - road at this place, he will Forward be to other point, in any quantities, ire oi cure cnarge cxcein pacstna and freight, rarltcular and prompt attention paid b' orders from otbet Town and Ceunlie. A. T. .1FRKI.VS. Vewbctn, Mat.b I J. "4 - tiw Sii in g 1 ratio. 1853. STl!7Erj30M, WEDDELL a CO., IMPORTERS AND WnOLESALE DEALERS IK $m$u an& $(mustk grg 6cc)is, N. 78 ended Syesmire Street, PETEP.SBURO, VA. ARE now receiving, and wiH hate in store ly the firatof March, A. very large and attractive Stock of . GOODS. in their Jine, to whii h they wpectfully invito the at tention of the North Carolina, Virginia and Tepne'ecce Trsde. V Ordera 'fieculeil with dispatch. Petersburg, VS., Feb. St. 8S-- Wliolesalc Shoe Trade. 1S09. spring. 1SG9-. WILSON, McILWAINE & CO. ' speccssona to IT, Rt JOHNSON, wiioLrsAi.K tiKM.ras in goofs, ccs, evunhs, 1;tjitr, t. Ac CC iycamorc Strerf, BF'G leve, to announce to the former patrnnaof tli hnua and the trsdf grnerally. that they are now in recniiit of their SPIUNO STOCK, purchaacd for ea.li direct from tbe manufiiclurera. Poaacnaing increased tucililif" for conducting the bit. aineaa, they wiik confidence a.k the attcnlion of bujera to their etock, which ia larpe oud varied, 1'hry will g've prompt pernonal attention to al or dera, and forward tbe gonda without deUy. . JOHN II. WILSON, JOHN Mcll.WAINU, R. W. KOUERTS. Peteraburg, Match 4. "I - FIiaTt, OAKLEY & CO., (Lsi Farmer, Ttruce A Co.,1 ruhlieheri, BookntUirt ami Slalionrrs, No. 21 Murray Street, New York. 1 O. dt fTn offtir at low prim f n ttrh, and lilierat . term, fir approved errdit, a large to k of BANK and OEFICE HTATIDMKRY. BLANK and AC COUNT HOOKS, ltript and Memorandum Bonks. PAPER OF ALL KINDS. Carda, Circular, Bill llcada, Ac. Printing and Lithngnphing executed to order. Bildea, Miwellaneolis. andHchool Bonks. P. O Ar Co., Publish Bullion's aeriea of Grammar. ; Coin'Mi-ii'. norii'. on Ihe hciencea ; Hooker' I'hyainlo. giea! lirockb'sby'a .atronumipj Olney'a Geography, newly rcvimsl; 8outhem t'la.a Kradcra; Patmer'a Bonk Keeping -. and the "cheapest and beat'" Spelling Book ever uied. August II. RJ Cm. GKOVEK & BAKER'S CELEBRATED MILT SEW1XG MiCniSES, -195 Hroartway, New loru. A NF,W STYLE-Priee eam-lte.a can. even if ahe works ftur one ttnl an aowr. J. C. TURRENTINE & SON, Agents, lM!.borou:h. J January H. 71 STATE OF NORTH CALOLINA, On war, CiirxTr. Cuurt of Picas ami Quarter Sessions, February Term, 18.19. A lo one tract of land on Ih walera of MillCrnk, j silj miit t the land nf William S.Mcote and other, cm. I ",8 scr, mnto or lesa, stippoacd to beb ng to t "S' Amount of Tax due thereon. $0 : JS. Ala,, a tract of land on the wsteraof Cin I'mk.sd. " 'hem ot ihe proceeding. Witnra. (lemgo Law. Cletk of our said Court, at ,"''. h "'"',h M ""' ' f t elwnor. ls.,9. I 1:K01U.KI.AV9, v.c.c. Sl-Cw Mir.l. !J. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, OaaKcS I'tiivtv. Court of Pleaa ami Quarter Sessions, Februai; Term, 1859. Joseph McCullorh a. Tliomsa C. Tariah, Ongiml Allitthmtul, britd a Land md Srgrete. ; T appearing to the eatb-faetion of the Cuuil. rbal it. . 1 deicndanl Tbotna C. Pariah. h. rt moved out t,f the Siaie, or w iliacon l or conerafe buuif iit iba xriliii.iv prw. r-f law raniiul b acrved on him: l u nwrefor ordered bv tbe tVu.t (bat publication be Made jn I. Hii..0roogH Iteeoidct for ait nu-cea.it wrtl.. no) f; ilig aaid Thotnaa C. IVi-h ll.t i. i.lr rt he areata ,t the nest tetm of tlua Court, w I b. bl al lb e.-ati houe in l,!Ub.viu,h on II foaith Monday in als neil. then and titer.- l.t rrplesy and lcad arrotrtiiig ! : a. b will be ptocec.ltd (gaitiat in tbe earn oianm r j ,f he bad l-ern aeiv J w itb pt.tce. and bad faikj to pntar and plead. ) Witn, tWg Law a, Clek of our aaid Court, at (.,&,- in Hill.lMroug't, the fourth Moudsa io Februart, ,, i 185S. M:t)i.GK laws. r. r. r. Fehtuat IS. Price adv. l Ua. g-.-l.jv EW sa' VLB MANTILLA SHAW LS, 1 ' SI n V tc C hHl. t ). L. It UUF.N ni A. Mi S Ijiril ,.1. ' r-u 1659.