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I have just heard (through a friend) of a very gallant and heroic deed, per formed by A young gentleman during the late awful conflagration, and think it is but justice to him, and indeed to our frail human nature, that it should be made known : Passing along one of the streets, then n rrv tr iV rlvnurinr element, his ears were assailed with the agonizing cries of a female, to whom he im mediaetly rushed, and on hearing fiom her that her only child, an infant, was then in tiie upper part of a house qheady in flames, and would inevitably teTmrnt up, if some one did not instantly fly to its rescue, he forced his way up stairs, notwithstanding the repeatedwarnings of the firemen, and other spectators, that he would inevitably perish in the attempt End there found the innocent in bed, who, unconscious of its danger, was playing with its little hands, pleased, no doubt,at the brilliant scene, (for the '.. . .1 2 f room iseirwastnenonirt::; Jgw it, and happily succeeded in effecting his escape, restored it to the embraces or us almost distracted mother, who, with fran tic joy, threw her arms around his neck, exclaiming, with a heart overflowing with gratitude, " My God ! my God ! thou liast not forsaken me I" As such heroism is always accompanied by mod esty, and by feelings easily overpowered by a scene like this, he made his escape from the applauding crowd with as much precipitation as possible; Sut be will, I trust, long have to remember (and when called to uhis account" find them true) the words of one of them, exclaiming as he passed, "Jor that act alone, you have gained a place in heaven V No reward that could be offered to him on earth can equal the satisfaction that such a deed carries with it. But I bear him to receive the following hasty lines as my tribute of gratitude for having ennobled our na ture by his gallant action ; I only wish they were more worthy of him and the occasion: Brave youth ! this deed of thine last night Dost honor more thy name Than if, victorious in ihe fight, Thou'dst rais'd thy country's fame. For. to gain the wreath, which now I lay Upon thy youthful head, Not even envy's tongue ran say One irop of blood was shed. "When, toss'd upon the stormy deep, Thou walk'st thy watch at night ; Or, when in thi'coi" below, asleep, This ' babe" Till be " in hiatal." ight And, like ft the Church" o'er thy path, A f look oni" keep for thee i And. if engaged in " battle's wrath," Ffom danger 'II keep thee free. A " mother's prayers" will now, each night, For thee ascend on high ; And she will have, Oh ! blessed sight 1 Her infant kneeling by ! "Whom she will teach to lisp a prayer, And raise its little hands, To beg that tho.u may'st be the care Of Him, "whom all commands." Nsrv York, Dec. 17, 1833. M. Mr. Louis Wilkins (son of Martin S Wit kins,) midshipman, returned a few months since irom tfirPacific. PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE. A worthy young lover once sought for his bride, A dame of ihe blue-stocking school ; " Excuse me, good sir, but I've vowed," she replied, '' That I never would marry a fool !" " Then think noi of wedlock" he answered, " my fair, Your vow was Diana's suggestion, Since none but a fool, it is easy to swear, Would venture to abk you the question Not so fast, my fond lover, she answered glee, Not prate of chaste Di's intercession ; No wise one will take your opinion of me, .Because you're are a fool by confession with WRITE, WRITTEN BIGHT. (A TWISTIFIOATIOII.) Write we know is written right, When we see it written write. But when we see it written wtight We know it is not written right. For write, to have it written right. Moat n-t be written right or wright, Nor yet should it be writtenjrite, But write, for so 'tis written right. ORATORY. And 'tis remarkable that they Talk most, that have the last to say. Your dainty speakers have the curse To plead their causes down to wore j As dames, who native beauty want, Look uglier the more they paint. IMPROMPTU. Honor to our beloved Chief, Whose heart the whigs would riddle; His Veto saved a nation's grief, And cgjt the claws of Biddle. jOrd firovgham's Epitaph 0n Himself. It is said, we do not know how truly, that Lord Brougham and Vaux, in a playful mood tbe other evening, wrote the follow ing epitaph on himself ; u Here, reader, turn your weeping eyea My fate ausrful moral teaches: rrL : u :.. L v . J ' Could not contain orit half my Speeches." Pennsylvania. We hail with plea sure the satisfactory demonstration in Pennsylvania of the return of harmony and good feeling amprio; the metiers of the Democratic party in that State. A cordial re-union oi the Wolfmen and Mtihlenburgers is rapidly forming, and a fixed determination exists with both parlies, to carry out the recommen bation of ihe National Convention in the formation of an electoral Ticket. fcOCTOR fcAYifc HwSACK. Died in New-York, 22d in&t. nofc the effects of an attack of apoplexy. He was eminent as a physician, and extensively known to fame as a man of science and learning. The New York Evening Star says, "there have been few men so ex tensively known, in our own country and by the professional world abroad, as Dr. Hosack. In medicine, as a sound practi cal physician of great acunness, most ex tensive experience and much learning, we believe it may be said he had not his supe rior. He has been in a great measure the architect of his own fortune. Endo w ed with a strong natural sagacity, quick perception and untiring industry, he de termined at the onset of his career, though unblessed with pecuniary means, to make himself distinguished in the" profession he had chosen. He received his medical honors at Edinburgh, and was there on terms of flattering intimacy with such men as Cullen, Gregory, Monroe, Beattie &c. He commenced the practice of phy sic at Alexandria, D. C. but soon after wards removed to this city, where, becom ing associated with his former distinguish ed preceptor, Dr. Sand. Bard, he soon en- ! tovecl an extensive nraciice, r nn extensive nracuce. wrucn was increased after the death of t)r. Bard, to whom he succeeded. He has always been esteemed at the head of his profession, not only as a practitioner of medicine, but as an ahle, brilliant and elo- quent teacher, during the many years he occupied the distinguished chair of the theory and practice of physic in our dif ferent medical colleges. His immense collection of manuscripts on yellow .'ever, wih a suitable biography, will, we hope, be published by some person capable of doing justice to the subject, In all matters relating to the advance of science and the arts, especially agricul ture, public improvements, horticulture nnd botany, for "which last he possessed a fine taste, Dr. Hosnck made, with his purse and pen, most liberal and valuable contributions. In the his'ory of the Erie Canal, as given in his invaluable biogra phy of Devvitt Clinton, his name will re ceive an honorable distinction to all future time as the inrimale friend of that great man, and of the immortal project whih marked his administration. He was a man cf large robust frame and vigorous constitution, and up. to the hour of his death, which wns from apo plectic congestion and paralysis, the re sult of ton much fulness and inaction, en joyed the most uninterrupted health. His nge Wd8 66: and he would with h'-s fine constitution, have lived to a much greater period, if he had been in tho activo, bust ling life to which he wras so long accus tomed, a lesson he so ofton enforced upon ri -h refired merchant, who have perish ed in the same premature manner. ALABAMA NOMINATION. In the House of Representatives of the Alabama Legislature, on the 9th of Decem br r, Mr. Winston introduced the following Preamble and Resolutions. fVherean, At the session of the General Assembly, certain Resolutions were adopt ed, expressing the confidence of that body in Hu jh La vvson White of Tennessee, aad recommending him to the people of the United States, as a suitable candidate for Chief Magistrate, at the ensuing election ; ana wheTens, such recommendation was made upon the express condition that it was to be considered as withdrawn, should circumstances indicate the probability of the election of President devolving on the House of Representatives: And whereas there is now a multiplicity of candidates for the Presidency, before the American People, and distractions and di visions exist among those whbpe harmoni ous action is highly necessary to the proper administration of public affairs, and the perpetuation of the true principles of the Constitution. Be it therefore resolved by the tfovse of Rfprecnia1ives of the State f Alabama, That the contingencies contemplated in the Resolutions ol the last session of the Gen eral Assembly, nominating Hugh Latoson White Sox the Presidency, have happened, and that the said nomination be, and the same is hereby rescided and rfvohed. Rcsob-ed, That this House depreeate as an evil, the electioaof a President of the U. States, by the House of Representatives of Congress, and that it recommends to the people to pursue such course as will secure to them directly, the election of their own Chief Magistrate. Resolved, That the Speaker of the House be reqursted to transmit a opy of these resolutions, to the Governors of the res pective states in the Union. After sundry motions to postpone, to a mend, fcc. the resolutions passed, by a vote of 48 to 36. ALABAMA ELECTORS. The following are candidates for Presi dential Electors, nominated atthe Democra tic Convention which assembled at Tusca loosa : Hon. William Smith, of Madison. Hon. John M' Kin ley, of Lauderdale. Major Robert Watkins, of Limestone. Gen. Thomas D. King, of Tuscaloosa. Col. AVilliam R. Pickett, of Autauga. Col. William R. Hallett, of Mobile. Hon. John S. Hunter, of Lowndes. THE PRESIDENCY. The opposi tion are-getting on most swimingly in their efforts to select a candidate for the Presi dency; but it is in such a manner that they are increasing, instead of diminishing their dimculties. Judge White has been no minated, it seems, unanimously, by the op position memhers of the Virginia Legisla ture. I his is well. Judge White has now been placed where he properly belongs. tie is witn tne opposition, and the opposi tion in Virginia have united in selecting him as their candidate: He has gone over to the enemy. The enemy have received him into their ranks, and have determined to make use of him to subserve their pur poses. LikeEphraim, he is joined to his idols, and maty lit feft akggb FJROeLAMATIOW 7 $y the Governor of the State of North Carohna. Tbe Convention which met in the City of Ral eigh on the fourth day of June last, having adopted certain amendments to the Constrtufion of tbe State, nd having by an Ordinance, di rected th'ero to be submitted by the Governor to the people, for ratification or rejection ; and the said Convention having directed returns of the votes to be made to the governor, to be by him opened in the presence of the Secretary of State and Public Treasurer, and that in case a majori ty of the votes given should be in tavor ol the ratification of the said amendments, the same should be lorthwiih made known by a Proclama tion of the Governor : and the said amendments having all been so submitted to the people, and returns ot the votes having been made and open ed, and the result ascertained according to the said Ordinance : . . Now therefore, I, DAT1D I SWAIN, Governor of the Slate of Noith Carolina do hereby declare and make known to tbe people oi the State, that a majority of all the votes ho re inmH o. in fvor uf the ratificat ion of the said Amendments, which saul Amendment so nuu ed, are become part oil he Constitution or the State, and will be in full force and effect from and after the first day of January eighteen hun - . . . : c dred and thirty six. - In tesstimoni wtikrsof, I have caused tbe Great Seal of the State to be hereunto amxed, and signed the same with my band. TV, at the Cuv of Raleigh, the third day of December, A. D one thousand eight hundred and thirty five, and of the Independence of the said State, the sixtieth. DAVID L. SWIN By tbe Governor, Wm T. Colbmax, Private Secy. Twenty tire Cellars JReward. Kftanaway from the suwenoer-s pianiauuu . MM Caswell county, about the 1st ot June last, n uporoman named Balam, about 22 years ot are. black complexion, about five feet seven or eight inches high, wen sei ami active, uw en. a small part of one of his fore fingers off, whether right or ten aano, not itoimkww. Thebairon his forehead low. I purchased him r mnn fev the name of Carr, in Sampson eouniy in this State : 1 will give the above re ward of twenty five dollars for his delivery to me in Yancey ville, or lor nts connnemem in nuy Jeal in this Stale, so that I eev lnm again. JOHN C. HARVEY. Yanceyrille, W. C Dv. ZSth. 1S3 666 TT trill sell at the eourt-hnnse in Barnsville, on JfcL the 1st Monday in February next, the follow ing tract of land", (or fo much tnereoi as win bs sufficient to satisfy the taxes due thereon for the year 1831) One tra.t containing 120 acres, valued at 590, not listed, joins the lands of Hi ram Ray and others, lying on the watersof Little Crabtree. known by the name of ihe " Prock place,'' the property of George Lanklord. Given under my hand this 2d Dec. 1835. THO'S WILSON, Sheriff. Bee 1S35. 6:6fi XfEIV AJI BEAUTJtVL, Ensllaii Annaala, For 1930, JUST received and for sale at the North Ca rolina Book Siore. Health's Picturcqae annual Friendship's Offering Christian Keepsake Forget Me Ntt Historical Keepsake London do Album wreath Drawing room scrap book do do Albnm AMERICAN WORKS. Pearl, rr affectioa's gill Language af Flowers -Religious Sonvenier Gift, by Miss Lialie Lilly, a Holrday Present Scrap book, or Humorous annual Robinson Crusoe, in fine binding, intended as an annual American Almanac far 1636 Dec. 22 TURNER & HUGHES. a&mecil tor's Notice. fTHIHE Subscriber havine qualified aa Executor JL to the last will and testament of .fames Speight, deceased. g:ve notice to all persons having debts, cairns or demands against the es tate of the said James Speight, to present them tor payment within the time prescribed by lau-, otherwise this notice will be plead in bar af their recovery. And all those indebted to the estate of said Jamea Speight, are requested to make immediate payment, or steps will be taken to collect the money due from them. P. B. BUR.T. ExW. December 1, 1835. 57 IlOTArfIC mUBMCIHES. THE Subscribers are now receiving, at their Store on Hillsborough Street, fresh supplies or tne above medicines ; which added to their present stock, will make their assortment to consist of the latest collections and best qualitv. Fresh superior Wine and Spice Bitter for the Dispeptic ; and many valuable remedies for Cholic, Disenterrv, Rheumatism, &c. tec. kept constantly on hir.d. Also, family rights to I . a ... . W i nompson-s un tie in Health. LE WELLING & MINNIES. The undersigned, as heretofore, will continue in the practice of Medicine, and hopes to be ahle to render entire satisfaction to those who may be disposed to cation him. E. LE WELLING. ItsJcich, jWp 26, 1835. 56 Hew Ooo?lf. a Bit! Mew Faghlona. JAMES L1TCHFORD, BJ3 AVING just returned from the Northern J2.J& Cities, where he carefully selected and purchased a splendid assortment of Cloths, Cassime7est Vesting-s, fyc. invites his friends and customers, and the public generally, to call on him at his new Brick Store, east side of Fayetteville street, where he flat ters himself he will be able to exhibit to them some of the most superior Cloths ever brought to this market. His variety is extensive, of the latest importations, and of the most approved fashions. He also keeps on hand a variety of Shirts, Collars, Shirt Bosoms, Hals, Hosiery, A-c. As he employs first rate workmen, he can as sure those who may favor him with their orders that hi work will be executed in the most du rable and fashionable style. Gratelul to those who have hitherto so liber ally patronised him, he pledges his exertions to merit a continuance of their favors. Ralticrh. Oct. 19. 1&35. 51 Superior Chewing Tobacco, AND SPANISH SEGARSJnt receiv ed, a supply of Brown's Richmond Tobac o ;alo, a lot of Spanish Segars. For sale by WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD & CO Rahigh. Oct. 26. 1835. 12 Him and Liovk Smith, BELL HANGING, c. 7 THE undersigned, respectfully Informs the citizens of Raleigh, and its vich.ity, that he has established himself in this city ; and is prepared to execute all orders in the above branches of business, in the very best manner. He has on hand all the materials for hMi2 bells ; and solicits a share of public, patronage. All jobs entrusted to him, will be exected with fidelity and despatch. His shop is in the house, nearly opposite the ank of the State, known, as "Perk's Old 25,0 Dollars fTortli of CMOICE 0j, FOR the Fall and Winter Sales of 1835 '36. - Recent arrivals from the city ot New York have placed in. possession of the undersigned, his Fall and Winter Sujyly.of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, selected with great care by himself, amounting to up wards of $12,000 worth and which, with his former stock, enables him how to present to his friends and customers, and the public at large, one of the heaviest, best stlecttd and most elegant assortment of British, French, and American Goods, ever offered in this market, estimated to be worth at least $25,000, and which, upon inspection and com parts-n with other selections, in reference to prices, quality and taste, he flatters himself cannot fail to please the discreet snd intelligent purchaser. THE ASSORTMENT COMPRISES Fine and superfine Blue and Bl'k Golden Olive do 4 Invisible and Rifle Green do do Dahlia and Adelade do doKussel and London do do Brown do do Mixed Claret and Claret and Wine Colored Patent fin ished velvet- f Cloths at from 553 to $15 per ) yard. Also, superior Blue an I Black Twilled Cloths (a new and durable article for Dress Coats and Pantaloons,; Fine Blue and BLACK 8 do Black MixedVand Drab Buckskin do Fancy Printed and fashiona ble Ribbed New style Victoria Drab and Golden Coided mixtures Coburg and Silver do m I ssj 3 Fine Blue and Black ) do Drab and Mixed I Sattlaietts do Lavender and Fancy f (some vry 7 Crimped J superior ) Plain Black and fancy Colored Cut Velvet Black and Green Satin Quilted y- Vesting and Ribbed S.Uc Merino Valencia and Marseilles Superior Draband Mixed Cloth, Petersham and Lyon Skin for ever Coats, Superior Brown, Green and Black Coats, Hair Camb lets tor Cloaks. Blue, Black, Maroon, Scarlet,- Pink, Green. Royal Purple, I Beautiful Lead. Brown and Fawn Colored plain and Freach and En elish Merino Figured J Clot be. J c Rich, new tdyle Satin striped Chillies, (most spler.didly printed) Satin faced Luzon Raw Silk, (brilliantly im pressed with beautiful Colors,) Beautiful Crimson Paramatta Cloth and French Bombazines. Cream Colored Drah.- Ureen, Fawn, Litfht V FVured Damask Dark, Brown, and f Satins, (magnificent silver uray ; oodsi) Plain, plaid and figured Lilac, ) Pm d Sole Brown., Gretri, Bl'k, Fawn. gilfts. Plomb and Straw Colored S Plain Black, Italian, Gros de 1 Sllfrs. Swiss, Gros de Paris and J of Richest Grcsde Rhine Lustre. Plain Black Satin and ChaMies Splendid Painted Muslins and Brilliantine Silks lied ami White Merino. Cashmere and twilled Pongee Silk Shawls, (some printed in beauti ful Colors) Red, Brown, Blue, Black. Green, White and Fawn Colored Chally Dress Handkerchiefs (plain and embroidered) Beau'.iful flemani Silk. Merino Gause do. 400 pieces Calico, (some twilled and superb piwnwi Chally Merinoes and French Cochineal Calicoes Richl embroidered Muslin -Capes Fancy trim d Huslin Aprons Thread and Bobinet Laces, Edffinff and Inser- tions tin great variety) Muslin edging ami Insertion do do Black and White, Blond and Worsted Laces, (or every Color) Black and White Bobbmett Lnce Veils Biack, White and Green Blond do Fine Ganse and Welch Flannels Crass and Corded Skirts Meraaittes Countcrpninea and Dianera BeAUtiful Belt ami Bonnet Ribands Splendid fancy Plaques and Gold Beed Guards,, (to adorn the Ladies) Gold Beed Bars asd Shell Combs FUinand ured Swiss, Mull and Jaconet Mus Ens Fine Sacarilla Cambricks, and Bishop Lawn Beautiful Checked, Corded & Brocaded Muslins Irish Lmens ami thread Cambricks Lawn and Hemstitched thread Handkerchiefs Superior Black and Fancy Stocks fc Suspendeis Fine Cotton, Merino and Silk Hose Cotton Stockings, and Merino Shirts 3c Drawers Kid, Castor, Buckskin and Worsted Gloves Beautiful Insertion and Tuscan Bonnets Superior Gotids for Negro Clothing Rose, Whitrtey, Machinaw and Point Blankets Printed and Ingrain Carpeting, and Hearth Rugs A large lot of Siik and Gingham TJmbrt Ihvs 3 Boxes fine Black and White Hats, and Fur and Seal Caps Shoes and Boots (of every description) Cheese, Loaf and Brown Sugar Coffee, Tea, and Havanna Seerars Elegant China, in Setts, Liverpool do. Dishes and flates Fancy Pitchers, and Tea Waiters Buck handled Knives and Forks Jack and superior fine Pocket Knives Fancy carved Buttons, (beautiful) Guns, Rifles and Pistols Collins and Simmons' Axes iuv.. . . invi vudiiio, lung iiHiiuicu snoveii) and Spades Patent Coffee Mills Stock, Knob and Pad Locks, Brass and Glass Curtain rins Cotton Bagging, Rope and Twine Iron, Steel, Steelyards and Castings Stone Jars and Churns Tiu Ware, &c. ice In addition to the above, the undepirn hn. just finished, in handsome style, his un'ier unfuj, imwcwHCH over me Store, where he ..4Fn .l . 1 wi.c.s, wihj wuicr inirrgs, an assortment oinewxorx KMUY MADE rmTHiNR consisting of, Beautiful Blue, Black, Green and urown uress, ana rrocR Coats Drab and Brown Petersham, and mixed Over Coats Blanket and Lion skin Great Coate Cloth Cassimeresand Satrinett Pantaloons Merino Valentia and Velvet Vests Gentlemen's first rate Goats' hair Camblet Cloaks Ladies' full trimmed Silk. nla?n and RcrurrA Merino Cloaks, dec. Ate And now, in conclusion, the subscriber will take the liberty to observe, that there will be no occasion, in tuture, tor gentle men in this region of country to send their orders to the North after clothing, since, with the first rate supplies of Ulotns, csoinine and Tailors, to he fi,im,l ; Rlaeigh,-if they will onlv try. thevwill find thai they can and will be furnished HERE nn UB gooa u-rms, ana mien in as irood style, as at anv 1 A J - - . 7 ,,(i,.r;ti. iw. tl... tt..: mm . . J ULIICl wivjr ill llic UIIIIMI. JJ. SiTil I'M Raleigh, Nov. 19, 1835, 55 IfOTICE. ramr iTn-ii,.o;,t,w..i 'cs"- w..-6tcu is m want of a P-ootl that understands Ironine- Carriacr, . - . cii.siiinr v..it. r IPgr tuo, u.aria not subject to Intoxica tion. Such an one will meet with a liberal offer ii uiuiickuuh ismaue he ween i ,wi .1 - , ... . -mi U1C uni umjt vi Octimij next. WILLIAM ROLESi WlLUAMS,.HAt wt are now receiving from New York and Philadelphia, their fall sup ply of Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals, Pair.tt, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, Hatters' Materials, dc. &c. All of which may be relied upon as being of the most pure and genuine qualities. Their Chemicals consist in part ot the following : Acetate Morphssi Citrate do Sulphate do Quinine, French Strychnine Pipe rine Ijdine fjrratrine Emitine Phosphorus Caustic Potass Kali Bichromate Potass Hydridate Potass Nitrate Silver ' Ai.timony Kreosote t Black Oxyde Mercu ry Blue Mass (London) Oil Copaiva 44 Cubeba 44 Croton Extr. KahincS. 44 Thridace u c..o.;ii. An ounce of the last named article, added to wet one quart ot water, instantly forms the com pound decoction of Sarsaparilla, of the London Pharmacopoeia. They have also received a supply of superior Trusses, and suspensary liandagts, (for Sports men.) Dr. Oldridgt's Balm of Colombia, the best and cheapest preparation for the Hair ever offered to the public. It seldom fails to produce Whiskers and Eye Brons in a very slrort time, though there were none on the face be fore, and has been found to excel every article that has been sold as a Curling fluuL Indian-Vegetable Cerate; Kephalia; and a general assortment of pure French, Ger man, and American Colognes ; Lavender, Hun gary, Honey, Hermitage Extract, Eau de Por tugal, and Florida Waters with a great variety of Fancy Soaps. Ivory Tooth Brushes, T 1 1 L Imitation ditto ) T" " Chlorine Tooth Powder and Wash, Queen Adelaide's do a superior article, Carbonic Tooth Powder, Dr. D. C. Ambler's do. As their assortment is more complete than ?t has ever been, they feel confident that general satisfaction will be given o all who may favor them with a call. They also return their thanks to the public for the very liberal share of pat ronage which has been extended to them, and request a continuance of the same. As they have purchased their goods princi pally with cash, they would invite Country Merchants and Physicians to call and examine for themselves, as they are determined lorcll low for cash, or to punctual customer. Raleigh. Oct. 26, 1835 . 52 lr. Peters' Vegetable HepcUic,or n!i JSUiens Pitts, IS the cheapest and most approved Fiml) Medicine ever offered to the public "jach box contains 40 pills, price 50 cents. These pills are extremely mild in their ope ratmn, neither causing sickness of the stomach, nor any unpleasant sensation in the system, as is too frequently the result from medicines giv en to act upon the bowels. They act specifical ly upon the Liver, when in a torpid condition, carrying oft' large quantities of bile, through the influence of the excernent function, which, if suffered to remain in the system, would pro duce either Jaundice, Liver cottip faint, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, or some other griev ous bodily affliction, rn afl cases of torpor of the bowels, they act like a charm. In recent cases of Dyspepsia, they are a certain cure. Many persons who were subject to violent at tacks of sick head-ache, have been much ben. efittett, and tcrem! jr!y a weeks, by the use of these pills. TTomen du ring1 preenancv often need a mild laxative ; m 8Ucn cases, these pills will be found snper.or to Southern climate, should by all means take some of these pills with them. Their virtues will remain unimpaired for years in any climate. No family should be without them. A portion ti ken occasionally, would be the means of pre venting much suffering from sickness. It is from neglect of keeping up a regular peristaltic action of the bowels, thus suffering to be absorb ed and mingled with the blood, unassimilated fluids, that most diseases are produced. Dr. P. feels confident bat no person who gives these pills a fair trial, will ever after feel willing to be without them. The testimony of thousands speaking in the highest terms of the efficacy of these pills might be added, but the very high reputation Dr. P. has acquired as the inven tor of the Patent Vegetable Mcdicinse Stomach- icxs Hepaticse," for the cure of Dyspepsia ant Liver complaints, is thought a sufficient guaran tee to those wi8ning to make a trial of then virtues. They contain not a particle of Mercu ry, or any ingredient that does not act in harmo ny with health, and oppose disease. Prepared by JOS. PRIE9TLY PETERS, M D. inventor and sole proprietor. Each box has Dr. P's signature on the labels. LL7" The above valuable Medicines are for for sale, in Raleigh, by Williams, Haywood f-Co.; in wnmington, ny i nomas Lonnfr, Editor : u Charlotte, by Mr. Williams, Post Master; a Lexington, by Mr. John P. Mahrv 4 in Halifax. by F. S. Marshall, druggist 5 in Norfolk, Va by R. S. Bernard, druggist ; in Petersburg, b. Bragg, Jones & Co. ; in Richmond, by E. li Eustice, druggist ; in Charleston, S. C. by W.S Bogue Sc Co. druggist ; and in Columbia, bj Dr. A. Fttch, dmetrist ; where nuroerons cer tificates with regard to tiieir superior efficacy. .an be seen. la' 63 BEClLWITlfl S ANT1-UISPEPTIC TILLS. EOR the cure of almost every varieiy of fnnc- 'jL lional disorders of ihe Stomach. Bowels. Li- verand Spleen; such as heart bum, acid erus- tation, nausea, head-acbe, pain and distention ot ihe stomach and bowels, incipient diarrh cone, naiuience, naDiiuai constiveness, loss of ao- 1 1 I' - . . . . r peine, mi.. ueau-Hcue, sea sir.Kness, ore. fcc. 1 hey are a sale and comfortable anerient f.r Females during pregnancy and subsequent con finement, relieving sickness at the stomach head-ache, heart-burn and many of the inciden! tal nervous affections. Literary inni, aim im.M omer persons 01 sedentary habits, find 1 . T J "'"UlllIB mem very convenient. Those who indulge too 1 ma 1 11 11-1 r 1 a ' 1 , . . luc F'asures 01 cue Table, find speedy relief from the sense of oppression and disten tion which follow, bv taking thp Piil i dinner Pill they are invaluable. Those who are ciruiKing mineral .waters, and particularly those from southern climates and ague and fever dis tricts, will find them a valuable adjunct. Those wuu are exposed to the vicissitudes of wearher on voyages or journeys, can take them at all umes wan pertect salety In filll ddflPS. lllPU'iro a highly efficacious and Clr,e - They seldom or never produce sickness at the stomach or griping. Their efficacy is sironlv ntipstol h .ai.i.fiataB irom the following gentlemen, viy Bishop Ives. Rev Dr. MrPhoior. n w Freeman. Rev. R. T. Blake. fif,v rA. lion. Henry Potter, Hon G. E. Rnrlr. Hon. Rich ard Hines, Thos. P. Devereux, Eq Professor Anderson, Will. Hill, Esq. Secretary of State, Will. S. Mhoon.Esa. late Treasurer. Jas. Grant. Esq. late Comptroller, W. R. Gales, Esq. of the Register, Capt. Guion. Guion's Hotel, Dr. R. C. Bond, Dr E Crosby, Dr. J. Y. Young, &c. Ample Direcuonsoccompany each Box. These Pills are for sale, by appointment, in almost every Townin the United Stales, and Wholesale and Rttail by the Subscribers, to whjin applications may be made lor Agencies. AND LIVER COMPLAINT. . ipERSONS afHircted with these fashionable M. and hiiherto considered almost incurable diseases, are under lasting obligations to the scientific skill and research of Dr J P PETE RS who has, for several yeais, devoted his en tire attention to the treatment of chkojhc or inveteHATB diseases, in different climates ; and has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthe sis, in forming a combination from several prox imate vegetable principles, to uhich he has giv en the name Medicine STOMACHiCjEttnEpAT1JB. which has proved far more efficient un any remedy heretofore discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of the wtwtfomd body, which are generally comprehended under the sweep, ing terms Dyspepsia and Liver complain rs. It is likewise an almost certain cure for enlarge ment of the Sfi.eej. Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia and Liv er complaints, are flatulency, sourness or burn ing in the stomach, melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste iu the mouth; great irregu larity of appetite, which is sometimes vo racious aad at other times greatly deficient 1 thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the sto mach,, acid crustations, palpitation, drowsiness irregularity of the bowels, pressure on the sto mach after meals, pain in the head, dizziness or vertigo ; contusion of mind, attended with los of memory, a gnawing in the stomach, when empty, cmll'mess, aff ection of sight and hearing, pain and weakness in the back, languor, dig turbed sleep, cold feet and hands, tremor, un easiness lr. the throat, cough, pain in the side or breast, &c. . The above maladies lead to organic affections of the s'omach, liver and heart, terminating in Dropsy, Consumption, Apoplexy, &c. accord ing to the climate, habits, age, sex, and tempe rament of the patient. The above Medicines consist of three differ ent preparations, two of which are taken inter nally, the other applied externally over the diseased parts. They are not unpleasant to use, and their qualities will remain unchanged fur years in any climate. Persons journeying- can use them as advantageously as at their own homes. Wo men iu the most delicate situation can Use them without incurring any risk. The Pills aie slightly aperient or laxative, and they possess tonic and deobstruent quali ties in an eminent degree, thus strengthening the patient while they remove obstructions in particular organs. Tne Embrocation is calcu lated to relieve the tenderness and preternauir al contraction of the abdominal muscles, to in crease and equalize the cutaneous transpiration of the parts to which it is applied, at the same time acting iu coiyunctionwiih the other Medi cines in rousing the torpid functions of the chy oipoietic viscera or organs of digestion.. The Tiucture acts upon the secernent func tion, increasing perspiration and equalizing the circulation of the general mass of fluids. These Medicines have been found so effectu al in removing the complaints for which they are recommended, that physicians frequent'y have recourse to tbem for their patients, after having exhausted all their skill to tittle or no purpose. The above riie licines are put up in parcels, each parcel bei included in a box, w ith full directions for u.. .-. A box will 'ast from fifteen or twenty days and only cost $4. From one to three boxes will be necessary to com pie, e a cure. The Patent Vegetable Medicine STOMAcuicnJi et Hehatic.e are pre pared by J P. Peters. M. D. Inventor and sole Propiietoi : Price $4. JOS PHIFSTLET PETERS. t I 1 Uf 11 irii m n rr fnr sale, in Raleigh, by Williams, Mayrcood cj- C7!" in Wilmington, by Thomas Ltiring, Editor ; in Charlotte, by Mr. Williams, Post Master ; at Lexington, by Mr. JohnP. Mahry in Halifax, by F. S. Marshall druggist ; in Norfolk, Va. by R. S- Bernard, druggist ; in Petersburg, hy Bragg, Jones & Co f in Richmond, by E. H. Eustice, Druggist ; in Charle-ton S. C. by W. S. Rogue & Co. diuggist ; and in Columbia, by Dr. A. Fitch, druggist ; where numerous cer tificates with regard to their superior efficacy, can be seen. Iat63 ISan Atwrry FHOM the Subscriber, on the night of the SA October, a Negro man, by the name of Osborn, who was raised by Mr., Robert Jiffreys, and wa sold by a Mr. Dockland to Allen Dunn, of Raleigh, f-cm whom he was purchased by the subscriber. Said Oborn is about 5 feel 5 inches high, between 35 and 40 years of age, of yellow complexion, thin visage, and tolerably large forehead, had on k wlr.te hat, black jeans coat, ai id other clothing not recollected. Os born has a wife at Mr. Thomas Devereux 's,ancl islurking in the neighborhood of Wm. JerTreyV, iu Franklin county ? he no doubt ill try to pass as a free man, and endeavor to make his way for a free State. A reward of trrenfy five dollars will be given for the apprehension and delivery of said Ne gro, or for his being lodged in Jail, so that I get him again. JOHN II. FAUCET T, Hillsbormgh, On. 20, 1835. 56 P MIE Subscriber offers for JL salt, at his Store on Fay etteville Street, 5 doors above tfce Post Office, a rent ral assort ment of articles in his line ; which consists in part of the following, viz : Gentlemen's best plain Saddles, Quilted and Shafted, do. Common Saddles, a great variety, Boys' and Waggon do. Ladies' best plain Paddles, Quilted andSludted do. common do. Carriage harness, brass and silver plated Sulkey harness, all kinds, Carryall and Waggon, do. A great variety ol Bridles and Martingales, English Heads.and Reins, covered Buckles, Best English and American Spurs, An elegant assortment of Stirrup Irons, Iron and wood framed Trunks, Travelling Bags Carriage Gig, and Twig Whips, Drovers and Waggon do An, elegant assortment of Saddle Cloths, A general assortment of Bridle Bitts, Fine polished snafffe, twisted, and plain, do. Attack Bitts, English patterns, Saddle Bags, all kinds, Coat Pads, Sheep Skins, Hog Skins, Moroccodo. Saddle Trees, all kinds, A general assortment of Carriage and Gig Harness Mountings, Coach. Gig, and Waggon Collars, Girlh and Straining Web, lot of best Philadelphia Calf Skins, A lot of Wax upper Leather, Sole do. do. All of the above articles having been selected with care by himself, and mostly manufactured under his own inspection, he believes that he can sell them as cheap and as good as any other establishment in the State. He returns his thanks to his friends and the public, for thejHpKl encouragement he ha: heretofore receivevf and hopes, by a strict at tention to his business, to merit a continuance of the same. Those wishing to purchase anv article in the line, will please call and examine lis goods before they purchase elsewhere. C. W. D HUTCHINGS. QT7 Repairing done in the best manner, and fbtetfrffie', tree 1. BECK WITH 6c JUMP. Jter ft. e. i&Z j at the shortest notice. C. W. W H. RdKfi&i Itifc Iff, 18S5 56