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Wiswall, Washington Goold Hoyt, Greenville or to GEOl HOWARD, Tarboro February 1, 184S. Di Jayiic'.s Fassiily Icdiciucs. Hooping Cough and Croilp. To Parents. Jaync'.s Expectorant, is without exception the most valuable pre paration in use, tor the ahove diseases, it, -iii converts hooping cough into a mild and tractable disease, and shortens its duration more than one-half, and produces a certain. ; aH snpod recoverv. From half to onci 1 j j -tea spoonful, will certainly cure croup in infmts anrl vnnntr chihlrfin. in half an : .T .. rr,, .. 11 r Hour's, time, l ne lives 01 nuntireus 01 ,hlLlr,n ho vnd nnnn.llv. hv nl- i '!: : i i.. c ways Ktrumuji il uu nanu itauv iui un.iv emergency. Bowel and summcf complaint. Dr. Jayne, No. 8 South Third street, i rillimr t c mnrtntoo tli'it Vile rirmlnollro' , .,, ,. , , ! ijalsam will cure diarrhoea, colics, cramps 1 , .: ' 1 ' griping pains, cholera morbus, summer complaint, and other derangements of the stomach and bowels, in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred, and in less than half the time that can be effected by any other jneans. - It is extremely pleasant, and children are fond of it. It is equally' as effectual for adults as children, and when the direc tions are followed, and a cure is noteffect- ed, the moaey will be cheerfully returned. ; Price 25 and 50 cts. a bottle Another Physician's opinion. The following: additional testimony in favor of of Dr. Jayne's Medicines has re- cently been received lrom a physician of , high standing in Lauderdale Co. Miss., under date of August 9t 1S40. "Dr. D. Jayne Dear Sir I am inti- mately acquainted with some oi your pre-! parations,and can safely recommend them, Your Expectorant and Carminative Hal- sam Ihaveused extensivelvin my own practice, and I state unhesitatingly that 1 have used no article, or combination of medicines, that have better answered the purpose for which they were prepared than the above, &c. . W. V. JotrNSoN, M. D. . - Lauderdale Co. Miss." Prepared only by Dr D. J yne, Phila delphia, and sold on agency by GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', Nov. 9, 1847. Where may be had the American Hair Dye, warranted to change the hair to a beautiful auburn or perfectly' jet black, without staining or irritating thc skin. Cotton .Yafh. - r-rrrr-r . I; njlHE subscriber has just received a . quantity of Cotton Yarn, different numbers, which he will sell very low For, cash or barter Persons desirous of purchasing cheap will do well to call and sec. Feb. 4. Geo. Howard. Just Received, no A FRESH ' SUPPLY of1 WhiUerndre's .. 1 conccntrateu vesetaoie syrup, a sure remedy for diarrhea and bowel Complaint also, Herrislcy's worm-destroying syrup, ! ' " anti-mineral pills, ! VVhitiemore's Ainentfari plasters do on paper, Durkee's Green Mountain vegetable Ointment, For sale by Geo. Howard. Tarboro', March 6.1 Abyssinian Mixtiirc. For GoortRiicEA, Gleet, Fluor Al btjs GrAvel, ScC. Letter from t)r. James tl. Galium, dated Milton, N. C. August 14, 1847., tih j. -Kuril Dear Sin " Your medicines have given entire satisfaction 'in this section Of country, the Abyssinian Mixture especially, is highly approved of. it has never fail- ed to cure- in every ease. It sells like hot 5akes. 1 havs hever had enough to supply the demand. ou wl11 P'ao ser(i me a i;irgo suppiy 01 11 n sooa as you arrive at homei Yours, rrspecifully, J P. CAELUM. Mi'.tnn Drr.g Store. From the Milton Chronicle. Uinrtl urovc, (near iiiiion; jam iot 10 1 ; Dr. Kuhl De.r Sir: ' " v J " f in regirtt to leht IHIicCrs tur the -ISorth for Iho faU of your Restorer of th. UIod, an 1 oth- y ,. n . , . r ,. . , , 4 . ! ; Carolina lioi'iment. and the liuamou.s er Mf-ilcue-?, and are h.ppy i stattt they havt; ; m .. .. . ' . give,, in all cas, s 'general MtisfaHioi, particular,; "Mexican Pre .mblc, look up the ques ly the J'.ysnniun Mxlure has given nnivrrsal: l5on of equal sufFit AOE," and presented satiction, so that every one, who has used it,; it in the strongest light to hii large at)il lias received that reliel tint y.-.u nu uvwit. nl in attentive auditory, " lie said ihe prfposi vour directions. Mr: :Jaiiics'"M Vernutu to whom - v r,-n if y,iu ri e-'miiiiMitleJ your Jttor.mtic l.x. n.rf, ir llhe luu,lilsllu buglll a. bouie V u ai 50 tW. and Uvo embronions cured him entifel v, and the disease has never n turned. Your?, rVsp -ciiqUy, KIHBY & ANOLUSON Akents-GCT. HOWARD; Tarl.or , F. S Marshall. Halifax: James Siminnf v 4-ld.i.; C -i T.. i. ' l. b v , h.m- v,. m-n, - ". tj Goodloe, VV arrenton; P. C. Iho.vt, 1, ui.her,' .I'jlm M. Urodie, Franklin Lr uis 11 . Kiuh , Hen. , UCISi'ii) XI I 111 IIUH.IIVM) wi';in May 16. JYoti tec. I A US A P Altl ' . I j A , Cmnstbcl.'s compound rx- Sfc tract; there is r,o othrr prep?.ra1ibn of sarsa- ;.. t, , , . . , ir,.. panlla that eah exeeeil.cr orjual tins. H yon am surc tQ gel camstock's, you will H.M it superior l0 a!1 otnere, t a&es n t r. n;uire ptifflnrf. - Almrirul . 'tin twvt I i , . i The most extraordinary salvo e-er ii.vM)leil lor . f mi i c ,'u- I c, r..e the cure of new or old burns aiil scalds, anl scrs and sore eyes. It has delighted thousands. Ii wdl take ont ail pnin in ten minutes and no fail- ure! It will ettm the piles, .r. ' ?. i? r, stable Elixir-, a sirr and s ife remedy f.r rheumatism, acute and thr:iic, gout, at;:! all i I the chmnic pains of bores, joints a. d muscle, aristorr trom a ton tree use ot mercury, etc . , ' , , Dr. Spnin -s JjUxtr of ikullli, hir the cerlain . ,c ... , preventi' tt of fevers r any crt-npral sjekreas, keep- inrr stomach in ,ost perfect order, the hourds remilaf, and a determination to the surface. Colds, coughs, pains in the bones, hoarne, and drop- y 7' ' f, ' C J '"r.J jjr. pouvs Ague rius, warranieci 10 cure n 11 urn n-ordinfr to tllrecticns: thousands ti ave in t I a --- - - , Dr. Lin's celestial hafm of China a positive eure for thc piies at,d all external ailhigs-all internal irritations brought to the surface hv friction with this balm; so in coughs, swell! or sore throat, tightness of the chest, this balm applied on a flan- " aa cure at once. Fresh wounds ; - 2 xt cr,,utc v.i iiic iinvi.io ... stitnting the tonic instead of the. stimulant princi- pie, which has reformed so many drunkardst J. HO CttCtUClt tlIIt'llC' KJlliWI H-J -M. TOIL . e -r : t. e L,nu renowned for its efficacy in purifying ths breath, and preventing the decay of teeth, and keeping the gums healthy and sound For sale by GEO. HOWARD. Reduced to 75 cents. Dr. Champion's Vcget ibie Jlgitt Medicine, A safo and certain cure for Fevers of every de scription ALSO, Dr. Champion's anti-bilioiis pills PURELY VEGETABLE.: . For sale by s, . : GEO. HOWARD. , Tarboro', Nov. 9. , , ; : : ; : t .. . .' " Xamcs and prices of Dr. Jayne9 Family Medicines, viz: Jayne's Expectorant," per bottle, $1 00; Hair onic, l 00 tonic vermifuge, '25 cts, carminativt' alsam, 25 ctsi sanative pills, per box,-2& ctsv vmerican hair dye 50cts. arterativel 00; agtn pills, I 00. For sale by GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', Nov. 9. From the Raleigh Standard The cH5ussion in Raleigh. Iri'the discussion1 which took place in this City on the 5th instant, between Messrs. Reid, and .Manly, many strong points mere made by the former, and farts t ;nU wer:c advanced, uhich ui0 1 ami aruine latter did not preiend to answer, and which, with-xill his ingenuity, he could not have met, cve.i had he attempted toj do o. Col, Reid, after 1 examining with much forcc niu ricsarne.ss tjlt. Hc-Distrjct ling Hill, the .'onrseof the Ui Lcgis! t.n. tiun Was plain and simple, and could be read 1 1)1 grasped by any one disposed investigate it and to decide for himseM' upon its merits. He had long been in fa- vor of an amendment in the Constitution, so as to permit the qualified voters fo. members of the Ilou-e of Commons to vote alflo for mrmhers of l ie Senate: nn . - amendment winch would not depr.ve the freeholders of any l i-la thev exercised at nresent. but would onlv elevate an enual- Iv meritorious classof our level with themselves. It citizens to a was not true that 'he propcred to interfere wiih the tjsation basis of the Senate, or with the iCvler;ll population bais of ;he CoinuiOus. ii Ihe enn Mrv. hi was hir in Lmis i in- : ," ,, M, , , tion as it stood in these respects, tie de- monstrated that the proposed reform couiu not anu woutu not lmiiriousiy at- , , . i tect the landed interests, bee tuse any tax - imposed by the non-freeholders i upon the landed interests would operate, not only uj)on tenants, who were non freeholders, fj tj t upon all who might be in want of the freeholder's products. How could . i : . ii ..... i tiie lands bo heavily taxed and .ill other , . r , interests escape the eilorts of such laxa- , , , , , -r tiunf ould uut tlu) lanillioldr r, it op- . ' pressed, make .h.in.e!f safu by. increased aemanos upon nts leuanis, an.i- ny nigner prices for what his lands produced? And Mf flnltr tiil I , ' 7 - " - ' i none, inai 11 WDUKl not (IO to irtlSl U1C o rrnn m dorn ff- r.i ila thov .rMitl IIUII II k.VIU'IUCI 'If IUI 1VUI IIIUU'IIK J -XI UIU ', .i i,. . ' ' i be so corrupt and selfish as to oppress the , ,. , , . . . , . . I ' - . ' .' this country, whdit a great Constitut.onal reform w:5 proposed, had a right to sup pose and to act upon the supposition, ! tiata 't T" t . come uuse. acijisii, ana corrupt. r or j his . , had confidcnce in tiic masscc He believed they were honest in their ac - I . .... "11 11 i tion and in their purposes: and he would j r i ? v.nt..w w.m. 'wu.ucuc. cause it was suggested in certain quarters that they might do wrong. Col. Reid also alluded to the injustice and inequality which prevail as the Con stitution now stands in this respect. . , A, for; instance, owned one acre of land worth 210,000and B fifty acres worth but 50; and . yet B could vote in the. Senate while A was deprived of that privilege! Was that just? Was it equal? No Other State in the Confederacy required fifty acres of land as a qualification for an elector of the Senate; and indeed,, almost every State made no distinction whatever be tween voters for the. Commons and the Senate., The qualification required in this State wasa remnant of aristocracy; it had been borrowed from England and it ought to be lopped off. He said, hp had oeen told, by his competitor, that if this freehold qualification .were abolished we i night as well dispense with the Senate and have but one House! Why so? Was the Senate' established for ; the sole pur- about seven, P. M.-r-Coh Reid .roscUasre pose of representing land? And besides, if ply, and was greeted 1 with: loud applause, this idea advanced by his competltorwas! In;ra met Of any vhto whalever, hovV did it happen Jr- Manly on all the-iropQrtant points that where this distinction between frec-rhe vwadea 'Completely anutriy'ri- holdcrs and tton-freeliolders ! had been abolished; the in all its force, :j VVe regret our inaoilitv to do it Col. Reid's remarks on this subject. ! That he convinced many of his hearers of the soundness and truth of his positions, we have no doubt; and we 'have good; reasons for believing that the effects will be - seen in his favor, even here, in' August next, He told Ml. Manl3 in 1 the most emphatic terms, that this; principle of. ,EfluaJ;jSuf- fragc was sure to triumph in . North .CariT lina; and that it would consign the man and the party who opposed it, to perpetu- al retirement. The Vhig. leaders had for I a long time been dcelaringlhat. they werd better Democrats thanx the Democrats themselves; but if they opposed this great reform, and attempted to make a party jllue!,uon 01 the. people wouiu see !ough their conduct and pronounce their doom. Col. Reid spoke at length, ihd with animation and eloquence, upon the sib jcclsoftheMexican War the annexation ofTexas the expenses of the War. so Constantly "harped on" by Mr. Manly; and he vindicated, in a masterly manner, the Administration of President' Polk and the principles and measures of the Demo cratic party ' Mr. Manly opened his reply handsome ly, but he scon began "to" repeat his old " sianR against iur. roiK and the democratic patty. He dealt in gencrali ,!5S amI aPPcareJ lo anticipate aicful ef- M'Cts trom the present condition ot things. lie said JMr. Folk had plunged the coun try into r.n "untit ccsMny and unconsti- fitionaf" W.r- ih-it ' indimirv wis m "T' , ' l,Wt " l"S ,,dlci; dnu "e,s "ng over us: Ilc aPP to ihc pockets of the people, i .i .. 1. 1 i. . ' i and that too at a time when the rights of the country and the national honor were at stake! lie said he was opposed to the acquisi tion of Territory from Mexico, by way fit I II f lit ll IM t t t llllt lin f..l1r -"11.1.1 . J n Messrs. Had seer and Webster in faVor of . purchasing a slip of land with the Hay of San Francisco. lie said if We annexed Mexican Territory the Negroes inMcxico would become citizens of the United States, and Would "vote; and' that we should soon see a Negro Senator from some new State, sitting in our Senate chamber side by . side with Calhoun and Webster! lie said the North was - against the South on the question of theWil mot Pro viso; and he charged, but. did not proVe that Gen. Cass was an "old Federalist" and1 a YVilmot 'ProVisoist. He made a great noise about the services performed bv Taylor and Scott in Mexico:'- but he , u l ' ' c r. scemeu to lorgei inn inese nerocs oi ms ' , . . .. 1 'I hrtd won their laurels in what" he consid- er ered and declared an unnecessary and uriconstittitional" war. He said that Mr. Polk had "intrigued" against Gen Tay- acCount J hh ,aritv lh'al h p - he would not chari,e1hat Sir. Polk desired to see rn . . - , v.- , Uen 1 ,or eteated at liuena Vista, yet ihe bel,eVCt' Mt' 1 olk tWglt.n -HffA rious retreat" on -the nart nf Tnvlnr would dry up the fountains of his popu larity and put him clown1 for ever! - ' ' Mr. Manly merely glanced at the Ones- tion of Equal Suffrage. He did not as - some to speak tor the Whigs generally; but for himself he would M;iha heibas opposed to Equal Suffrage- prefer- red to see the Constitution remain 'as it! ... . n- . was in this respect. His remarks on this .i- . ii i L i , i ,, subject called out no applause- thev fell ubject Caljed out no applause- they fell dead Upon the 'audience. Mr Manly did not pretend to answer Col. Reid on this TU 4 4. -iL , . question. The truth is, w ith a 1 his op- H .. , " i . . , F position to popular rights, and with an 1 . , a ... ,i u -r .u. oumage, " i.uvw Senate was still continued;1110 concUisive, rep y. He exposed, Mr. fust aY the Ilotise had been? i''1 aniy 's, demagoguciamt, 11,1 relation to not Answer niai.'1 So far as lheRe- rx. i x.,. 1 - , Districting Bill, the Field Officers for the 0 . . r x , - r Regiment, and the "Mexican Preamble" B t ' . , , i ,knli were concerned,' he regarded them-as n x ' ; j V a ur r4ll. small shatters, and devoted but utile kWe-rtd'Atentik-toihe' - 1 : At'-i, tvery late hour-edisiussion L . i i t .-i Tiaving coutinued from two o clpck until i r phahtly, routed him., Ve never ( heard a istice toJ cro benatorsJ4trqra Mexicaril errito- r and proyed that cif Negro Senators" I were to take seats i at jWhingtorfl the result of the present Treaty, then Senator Mangum W6uMe responsible . for the outrage J" ToFi?; had pted in jthe Senate ifor fe Col. Reid also-.jaljowedt hat . so ,; far'. from the North, being. agans4h,South. on the ..qucs:tbn:-of,the .W ilmpt Prpyisoj aas, Mr. Manly had alleged, a Jarge portion, otthe j Democracy of the -North ;were 1 with uiopi lnat question; but'.he ,?defieduMr-ManJy' to produce, from ibejrecord,the name of the first Whig from the free States who had ever, voted in, Congress, ogainsUthat Proviso. He vindicated Gen. Cass ogairvt the charges brought against him hy ftjf. Manly, and proved that Gen.,, Cass, in stead of beiiig a.Wilmot Proviso man, had not only spoken against it but had voted against it in the Senate. . He conclud.ed eloquently upon the -question of .."Eq'ual JsuHrage. , 2 .trr The most amusing incident .in ,the dis- cussibn--al ways excepting' Mr. -JVlanly'p stereotyped anecdotes- vvas the "Manly Platform' which was produced and read by that gentleman. What that "Plat form" is we cannot at present inform our reader, as Mr. Manly declined to furnisti Col.. Reid with. a copy, but promised ta do so pn some future occasion; but w$, may say that, as an epitome i tif Whig principles it begins as follows: ".Honest jf and fctir play." Who objects to that? And it closes as follows: ' And finally , JT ut jut . ,V''co uiuiiiy jut JULCt nut . Who doubts that? Is Mr. Manly afraid to let thetpeople sec hL4'Platform"? Upon the-. u hole, the discussion hero was of such a character as to inspiie nev hopes of success among our Dembcfalic friends; dhd if every County in th'e States will do its duty to the cause as faithfully! as Wake County will, Col. Reid will gd into thc Gubernatorial chair by a hand, some majority. . - " - University oj North. Cur oli na: We understand the late. Commencement at. Chapel Hill was quite as interesting as any former occasion, though. fewer visiters! were present than it'134?. - :R The. following yourjg gentlemen graduj ated on the occasion viz:. y -Victor Clayl Barringer George T. Baskcrvill, J, B.i Bynum, Richard. A. Caldvvelt, Jv.VV. .Cam eron, J.X. Campbell,. Bel fiel dj rW. Cave', O. II. Dockery, Seaton Gales, cBryari Grimes, Jr., BSGiiion Thomas H. Holmes, Erasmus R. Hook.er,.;J. Jk Ire dell, William A.Jenkins, P. II. McEa chin, Willie Person Mangu m,-Jr., OifP. Mearcs, J. N;Montgomeryi Hardy ; MurJ free, Maseli Norwood Lorenzo. Dow-Pen-i der,,Thomas Jeffefsdti Person, Nathan AJ Ramsa", Jf KirklandStrange, Rulus S.I Tucker George Washington; John WiL--son anuRobert W, Wilson. H 7- '0 The Annual Address before the two' Societies,, which was delivered! by Wil-T liam i Eaton Jr. Esq, of Warfen,' we have heard spoken of in high terms2 y.The Ad- i ress wili o1' course b printed, - ; Eulogy was.prbnounccd by . SamueT )PS E "eibre the Historical Socie of Norh rolina, on John Quincy Aj ida a; Discourse Wasmade to the graduating Class, by thiRev. John A Greller orecnsborough.-A. . vi i , , "ZrT t " ' i ' loUrned on Wednesday iast.- JXne orfiv J" ? v . , ; , . " i J case of importance .oecitied. byfi it, 'Wtf r T . ' learn was that of James Parish, from, Cas? well, for robbing the U. S. mail, He was ..wl rZJ " 7" ! ' S convicted of the offence, and sentenced to. . -4 i . , 15 five years imprisonment in? the r Jail of , , P . n ' , r ; 7 ake Comrty. Raleigh; Register t niriicfi Mr. A- Pirn l.r- - r y xl iJ r. . . ; the titv of Norfolk, on, the nisiht of the- .-i - & . lh nsl which; consumed . sixtv-two. ,i rP. , r - - - ; Kr? Houses. I he loss of personal :ahd, realf -. .. 4 v-- -i estate is estimated at one. hundred amli :'- - 1 v ; a V wl J'0"'',?: tJSv.. -hundred, ,d?' 'arsVu ? VS 'jPMtLP. Lmte Pr ard, ana is supposed fo have been tm r , ' . Jrtu uccn mp wrn ox -m irreertdtarv.