jfortji CCaroIina Sclliig.
Seventh Census. As Mr. Tt.'s attack lat
been very extensively circulatfld.iu pamph
let form m well aa in tho newspaper, and
ss the character of the Census is a matter
r ir real national interest, we should have
been glad to insert the very satisfactory de- I
fence of the Superintendent, had its length j
; TIIK 1TW-IC EXPENSKS.
With a view of making political capital
for th nest Presidential canvass, the Loco
foco majority in Congress have made a vio
lent attack upon what they call the enor
mous and improper expenditure of the pub
lic money ty the present Administration.
nt exceeded the apace which we could at : golno members threatened even, to defeat
pre'ent spare. Those who are officially en- j altogether the flppropriatiotis for the Army.
.Ti.rcd in devisiuaa idun for the publication : vn 'tIOga ibreiais. Mr. ll jifciii. the Dciuo-
of ""the Census will doubtless read both of cratje Chairman of the Committee of Ways
' WEDNESDAY, .April 21,1
rrWH.t.IAS! THOMP"V, F.sq.," i our a.
fnt i Halliiinrc, authorized to obtain ailvertiac.
in. , aJ milwrni'tMiu, and to f rant receipts.
JJ E W, CARR, Emj., in our ag, I'hilaikl
phia, auiliormsd In obtain advcni-anieutu and pro.
tT V. B. Palmer, Km)., is our autimrircd aecnt
(. receive adn-rtiacniciit and suhacriptiiuia at liis
orrien iu Button, New York and I'lnladiljihia.
FOll rlt K-rKMI)KT,
iLUnm il. GnniinM,
those iiaiK-rs and decide justly.
The returns of populatk.:' and all the
other statistics of the State of Maryland
have been printed, iu the condensed forms,
and submitted to Congress by the Superin
dent, as the plan deemed by him best for
the whole work. In hastily separating,
classifying, condensing, and summing up
such masses of figures and details, it would
be remarkable indeed if in all the complica
ted tables some trivial errors should not
have escaped ; but it docs not necessarily
follow that the plan itself is faulty. With
out, however, questioning that some minor
errors may have been detected in the Mary
land tables, we cannot but think, from read
ing the Superintendent's explanation, that
the assailant of the work has been rather
unfortunate in his selection of the faults he
has pointed out.
Perfection cannot ne expecteu in such a
stud Means, replied as follows :
"Defeat this bill, if you please. Cut
down these appropriations. If you choose,
strike them out. liut, just as surely as God
rules in heaven, you Mill have to pay for it,
hereafter; because you will not withdraw
and disband the army, and, as long as it is
kept up, the expense of keeping it must ex
ist. If we shall jjo into power at the next
Presidential election, which I hope and be
lieve will he the case, wo shall have the du
ty of paving; these accuniulaliusr expenses,
and that 1 wish to avoid. The expenditure
w ill be made, and it cannot be helped. Sir,
these appropriations would bo necessary
even to bring home the army, if disbanded,
if for nothing further. Talk about defeat
in 2 the appropriation, when you cannot
bring the army home without an appropria
tion of some sort, and that, too, of a consid
erable amount. 1 lieu, ueieai me appropri
TAX US IX MIRTH CAROLINA.
Thn .Raleigh Mioirftini and liar have
published the " statement of the Taxes of
the State of North Carolina tor the a ear
1830, eolleetod by the Sheriffs of the respec
tive Counties, and by them paid into the
Treasury during the year IS" I." The ag
gregates under the several heads are as to!
lows, via ;
work; but we are entirely satisfied, from j .,,; 0lMi wi,at ,i we make bv it r We
what we have seen and hcaril. that the re
turns of the seventh census will exhibit a
have to go on, and disband the army, or
we have to pay for it iu some shape or an-
much creater amroximation to perfection, , otl,,,r. !! o-, utlcnien foruet. Thev sav
as welt as vastly more eompreiicii-1011 aim
value in its scope and objects,' than has been
before achieved in that particular line in
our country. -Yf. ltillizt ticcr, inst.
Th- Kditor a-j pardi
fir the M-sr-.-ity ' e-ilt-Week,
oil tiif : iu tl
he is n-t vu v well himsi
cond, that hit link
only tnlera'Jy veil.
Lund Tax, i-M, I0".9 1
Town Property Tax", :!,ti.':.as
Poll Tax, ' oo.l 33.07
Lunatic Asylum Tux, L'tU'T"'.'---'
Interest Tax, a.".007
Dividend and Profit, M.I lo.'i I
Lawyers, Physicians, &c, l.'.'.VUMI
Salaries and fees, )7ti.-)
Stud Horses, ,!loli.-,'7
Gate Tax, - I'-i'i.'M
Hold Watch, WUs
Silver Watch, .n.0-
Harp, :. V-i
Hold and Silver Piute. ,n."i." iV,'
Pleasure Carriages, U-'l'lH)
Playing Cards, 7d.-7
Bowling Alley, -.iii.OO
Store fax. 1 i.-cr-'.ol
l'edlar Tax, :i.."il!)7
Tavern Tax, ."i,Ii.-l.tl4
Exhibitions, &.v 0H.0O
Billiard Table, -:iii.(H
Collateral Descent, !j:io
Foreign Carriage, 17-.00
Drover, ' ' ..Og.'iO
Foreign Insnranccf' inipanies. I I I .HO
IVc.U'iii Trurt.W. ' -t.T"
Toll liridgo. 1.70
Fair, ' 1 11
X SCENE IX THK VIRGINIA CON-1 GOLD WOMAN.
YENTION. A eorrospondent of the N.Y. Tribune tU
The riehmond vapors are filled with the of a lady who ulmost turned into gold, and
possibly would have been very vaiuauie to
her husbaud had she not ceased to breathe
According to this veritable narrator, a
married lady, abuut thirty five years of age,
lately died iu New liruliswiek, in a most ex
traordinary manner. I lor body having been
sent to New York for interment, and tho
mysterious manner of her death having been
mentioned among the professors there, per
mission for a jmat mortem examination was
obtained, at which several eminent practi
tioners assisted. The curious part of tho
deceased' case had beeu that, about three
months before her death, her eyes, which
had formerly been of a blue color, changed
doiuas of the late Locofoeo Convention in
that city, SiuiU scenes of wrangling and
quarrelling over the spoils have, we imagine,
rarely disgraced any deliberative body
except tho I". States House of Representa
tives. They agreed however upon one point
they nil abused the President most bitter
ly, 'the Whig gives the following, descrip
tion of an attack upon Mr. Fillmore by a
Mr. Tucker, who iu " pitching into " the
President, accidentally did the same kind
ness to the, whole Locofoeo delegation from
"Mr. Ran Tucker was called upon for a
speech so a sjnech was to be made. Abuse
of Whi-js iu general had become, stale de
nunciation ot renegade Whigs ot which I ,,, ,,. ,,f .,.l , ...I simulhinnonslv she be
there was a goodly number in the Convcu- . .. tli K(, vollow tears, to dream of vol-
t inn had been exhausted by Mr. Hives on
Mr. Wise, Rut something particular aud 1
racy was wanting so Mr. Tucker "pitched j
into " .Mr. Fillmore. Ho was killingly sav- j
age on the poor President. Ho had done
a great many bad things but there was
one above all others for which he could 1
never bo forgiven one for which ho de-
low landscapes, ami, in short, to be haunted
in every way, with yellow surroundings.
Another peculiarity of her case was that
she was frequently seized with ple.isurable
thrills, arising in the region of the liver, and
passing a delightful electric shock over the
system. It was in the midst of one of these
thrills that she died. Her general health
1 of his patrons
rial matter this
e fir-t place, that
, ar.o, in the se-
Vl TKS Volt PltK-lliKNT IN NATIONAL CoS-
y FNTU'W It mav be considered settlct
now, by the action f the 1'iiited States Sen
ate, that the votes iu the Kiectoral Colleges
lai'ijU'rr Blanche is ,jr the next President (aud of course, the
j number of delegates to be sent to the Na-
i tional Convention) will be counted as fol
States, Vote Kii lsis
Nnlifc to Whi2S-
It seoms that a District Convention to ap-p-.iiit
delegates to the National Convention
will be necessary. We therefore repie-t
that our friends will assemble iu the Court
House, in Charlotte, on Tuesday of next
week, to appoint deb
transact some other business
X. Hampshire, j
MjfeiehtlK Its. 13
: KlifHlr Islulid,
. (rt eetieut,
, N. Ycrk,
;atcs to the same, and j iv,,,',?,,',,
At this meet- IMawarr.
in we will recommend a time and place for ; Virginia,
holding the District Convention. Our Whig i Can.lirn.
friends of the several counties of the dis
trict are requested t appoint their de
to said Convention.
, t .efrM,
Veto Is.Vi l-s
IS 1 5
OCT Wc invite
B,. i.t- of Jit.. :
aiteiiti. n to the aavcrtise
.tn, Jr., Sc Co.. which ap
ipT ; purchasers who aive
I 1 it i i to be satisfied, as
: ! every article usual
at hi- . i -t .
td 9t ."if
B tr tr
II. B. A L.
Yirgiira has resolved iu ber Convention
i that shi- is entitled to but 1 ".
It will be remembered, that there is a
doult yet. under the census, whether t'ali
foruia will have one or two members or
South Carolina. 7 or The largest frac
tion in South Carolina. rr California takes
the greatest number, but Congress, it is
s od, will inerease the number one aud give
members instead of -U". Ai tr vrk
that this money lias beeu xeuJod contra
ry to law. It shows that they have not ex
amined into the ipiest'ion at all. I desire
to read a section of the law, which author
izes the cxin mliture of this moccv. although
I occupy the same ground which I did in! Add Tax of x anet y
mv hour's speech, and believe that the ex- j county sjyii.l
j , peuditures have been enormous, improper, Additional returns, ; ,.tii ' lv
and ainomiiing to anuse. iwi ucic is me j
law, approved March I, 10: f-l.V!,-:i:l.-.-.
"' No contract shall hereafter be made j The above appear; t. be the iie't amount
bv the Secretary of State or of the Treasu- '- of Taxes due and received from ti e Sle -ry,
or of the Department of War, or of the ' rids of the several counties. The state
Navy, except, by a law authorizing the same, ment embodies, in addition. SliOU a- the pc
or cxcciit under an appropriation adequate ; nalty on the sheriif of Vaticey for failing to
jo to its fulfilment, and except, also, contracts ! settle. t his amount, togcttier with some
i ! for the subsistence and clothing of the army j additional returns f..i 1-1!) and f rim r
4 1 and nav v, and contracts bv the Quarter- I year--, added to the above, makes the whole
master's 1'epartmeiit, which m:fy bo made J amount t loT. -'T !,l 7
bv the Secretaries of these di partiuents.' I Deduct Tavern Tax. in d-.-ng-
"'Now. sir, there is the law under which I ing to the literary find, o
this ha.- been ilotie," j
A more complete refutation of the charges j Amount of 1 . Hietv;, 'r,i). s I .l ,7 1 :! 1 :t
against the Administration could not be fur- . We subjoin a few paMieulars which have
nf-lted. Not a dollar has been paid out J arrested our attention u glancing over the
without the express sanction of Congress. : Statement.
If the expense has been " enormous, itntiro-' 1 he largest
ncr and amounting to abuse." as Mr. Hons-
ton savs, who is to blame ! Whv the Loco- 1 next, .V.I-.MM7 ; F.dg. e onibe thii
The ioiit tiitiilcm examinatioii distilaved
her sovereignty and lliany t.uriui, fa,.tH, , ti1B (.ulniinatiug
point was reached at the liver, which was
found to contain a singular mass of matter,
that, alter being carefully separated, by
washing, from animal matter, was discover
ed to weigh four mmuvweights and eleven
served eternal damnation. In the dispute j la,i n.x.n K,V,J jt M.vmtl wjt, the exception
about the Rio Grande, boundary, be had j f the yellow eyes, yellow dreams, and tho
dared to hold the federal sword over Texas, J Uolihiful electric shocks."
ami that too, when a lm. 11111 1 ongrrss
offering a bribe to
This was very eloquent and very fero
cious '. Hut as ill luck would have it, a
member of that Free Soil Congress, who
! had voted for the identical bribe, happened
' to be present in the person of Col. Fayette
McMuihn. lie instantly rose and demands
i d f be heard in defence,
auib'ii aud would be hear
ted for that Boundary bill, aud most of his
Democratic- colleagues had done the same.
lbre was an ugly sr,t of work! What
was to be done! In what hole or corner
1 i.-i rel'ii.c be found ? The noie and con
fusion In came .in j. ottering. Peacemakers
sprung upon every bench with the most
tram parent explanations. No assault was
lie-igned upon the gailai,t Colonel and his
Deiuoeratie associates none at all! hdy
hilling at the Whig Fillmore! The wrath
Colonel w is appeased, and the placid
stream uf harmony ii w. d on."
AM 1 ' '
fHHE Ssiiliscrilicrs have fitted a aintc of room
A lor a first eliiaa IliocKaBr.ujt Ui.i ear, cm.
bracing reception and Killing roonia j JaiUiea n.
let) opi-ratinir and clninieid bpiutimnta j all r,
plete with (lie ncreHaary luniiturri and aa it lp
the tint and nnl v (Jailery ill Wcatern North (-,
lina, wo have upareil nu paim or rjipcHw to makn
it, in all respectf, equal, at leant, to thebi at in ilie
We now, rrapi-ctfully announce to the eitizmi
of Charlotte anil vicinity, our rcadincK lo eiwutr
xIisiatuk-s and )'oth'its iu the tiitcat style,,
and ot niluecd prices.
Our reputation i too well known lit Una Sti,ie,
to require a prolix indiee, but would brii tly n..t:
that imr f'aeilitii in evekt aKurtfT, aa uuerir
I us t r 11 mm 11 1 s, t;lieiniea!s, Stock, &c, a long prae.
tice, and all the improvement! to the preaeu' dale,
enable na to guarantee l.iki 111 ne, m exeeution
and liiuah, decidedly iim nor lo any now taken
in this leetinn, and quite equal to llie nest brought
from the t iliea.
thir atyle of coloring Ilia m ijru, is Tin
Ktatk, anil onr method of sealing up picture!, t.
tirci.y and Ks.TL ctcluUinx lln-m from
dust, Ac., ia tbeoM.v iirrEf Ti.it, mode, aud Dteu.
liar only i. jiirm lvea.
(lurinrire akmirtnif ot of" very fmc Mn
roceo, Papier .Maehic, Sulk Velvet, Toitoiwi Wiell,
and Ivory, 4e., aod uptendid kfiaewtwtd and Maho.
gany frames is entirely new here.
We are denroua, a the larger site picturea han
in the Citn-a la-en atintituted for the entailer mice,
to introdiiec them here, and wanld take tliem an
very nioderatt.' ternia, i'cntoija Crain. oa to dis)iiay
their whole figure or ln , i adiautaji', ilieuld
eboe one of the larffet air.c platili.
lid or imperii ct l.ikiiinn-i (of other opera tori 1
grains. It was sent, " so runs tin) tale," to taken oicr correctly aud put iu llie mum ea ui
Professor II. to be amilvzed. 11 ho declared
lie had been ; ,jiat jt 00,ist,., (,f oxi,,r 0f jroUi phosdiate
lie had vo- ; t,e s.,,i ,.c :,i ,,,,
w hich strongly resembled siilphuret of lead,
yet n as not, unit siidd. Of this latter, there
were forty-three trains. No cause for this
extraordinary phenomenon could be su;r
rest -d, till it came out by accident, that
about a year before, some homnpathist doc
tor had visited th lady, professionally, and
that, it was probable, he mieht have given
her eold uitrntn , that is pold, being one of
the luedieines of that school.
half nfice. and uieturea taken iu run-m aa well i
I3int'iit0s, F.nKravmgii, Djitui rrcotyH-p, at ,
correctly eoned to aoii size. Lado-t and tieniU-.
men are requealt d to f gamine onr production
whither t lt v wiah to ait or not.
f ao rieAi-and Tiioaoeou issraeiTio.sa nitpart, ,
and all iiiutirulj furnished.
Wil.llK & lUK.IITKR,
toamle How. over Trotter" Jt wi lrv Sture
O'i iilliG ! CLOIKH-i
jffer eoiiie rare
T'KATIl lF lil.-HOp IIKDDINt;.
At half t art 11 o'clock, on Friday last.
foeo majority inCencress, whieh passed tin
laws, and the Locofoeo Administration of
Mr. 1'oik ttbich rendered their pa.-eau ne-ees-ary
by its war-of conquest ami auueia
te,n. Hut who arc those men who so freely and
bitterly denounce the extravagance of the
Administration? They belong to the same
party w hich by its lust for conquest created
the necessity- for extravagance. To the
same party w hich is daily sijat-deriui thou- , the n
sands ot ilokarsot the puhjic money in use
less, disgraceful, squabbling over the I resi
uf Cass, I!u h.man, Douglas
To the same r aitv which with
the venerable Jiishor. of the Methodist Hp is- ! 1)U1j proft-.iolis of c-onon'v and industry. ! h
Mde Ck-thin?, Ac Ac.
A. Uetbunc 4 Co.. Merchant Tailors, have
Wen ret-eivhijf arel or-iiii- a- ftie sn as
niiueijt of Casitiiere. Ve-tiris.
Cravats. &c, ic., a we have ever seen in
t..- M-etion of e--uutry. They have ijuite 3
variety of new style Cas-inn re" f r p hlh--ten
a spriiij and sumiucr v fir, niiii h .nr
pa ant tiiirq of the kind we have ever
seen. A" tae goijds iu their line have been
elv-ted with an eye t v durability as well as
taatc i-ive them call and m-e for your-
liietu k J- i,u-t !.. No 1, tiranit-;- ISanie,
have soiue retiiatkaliy liand-omc irood, at
their Store, very cheap, and the a.-ortni.-tit
eaJculatud to mil every one that mav f.ivor
tueui with a call. II,
uicus 01 liiooj-anus oi uonars to stippon a
partisan newspaper, and its industry by an
utter neglect of the public busiues. ; fr al
though half the long ses-ion has passed.
Wc Lave received No-. 1. "., ,3 and 4. new
rtite-fc. of the " .Southern Literary fjaiette,"
piil.j,bcd in Charleston. S. C., bv Walker.
Ejthards k Co , at ii per annum. It is
My e littjauij , . .t.-J 1, t- i . devoted
to Literature, ,-. iein e, the Fine Art, fir-.
Tie fTn-nds of Literature in t!;i- South.
: long and painful iilne.ss. More thau a vear
ago be became aware that he was a victim
of the ili-ea.-e under which he was finally
fallen, and, during the past month or two,
bis end was constantly felt to be rapidly
aj proTiehing. The New York Evening Post
" lii-hoj, lied ling was the cldc.-t of the
five hish- ps of the Methodist Church, ami I
w as revered in proportion to bis years. He !
has been distinguished over half a century '
for bis purity and simplicity ,f character,
hi-extensive lei-rning, and the fi ;. 1 nt ad-j
miration which he inspired, in all those who j
came within the sphere of hi- personal or :
pastoral influence His loss will not be:
mourned alone by those who hi lonoed to
the religi-ius ih-ijomiiiatioi) of which he was :
at once a pillar and an ornament."
eiiuation, to expend the public inoiirv. Ail
DKSTKl'CTIVK CONFLAGRATION AT that lie has done, has bt.-i, to pay "out the
SAVANNAH. j money 31 by the laws of Congress he was
The steamer Ja-per, arrived here venter- j hound to do. If those laws have been im
day, from Savannah, reported that an cx- ! proper, and if the expense directed by 1
tensive fire raging there at her depar- ! them have been 'enormous,' let the blame
, , - ... . - r. it . 1 t
i:,h ujifn me i,oeo;,,eo majority, and not
upon the Administration.
Ihelartrest a-'L-reaiu amount
I by Wake, .-'rj-rj,, , : New- II 1
1, ")-: .1.7 :l :
the least by- Madison, 3o l.7D.
The largest land t:n is j i-.i by Kde
combe, cloli.:hS; IJelfie, TMg. .1 ; U ;ii;e,
!MJ-.U!I; Halifax --4 .34; Inillord -Hfi. I !l ;
the h a-t by Cherokee, PJ.H7.
The largest po!l tax paid bv nranu'de,
$lllo.50; Wake 1IWUH; K-l.'- -'11 . I "I -.-I";
llalif'as ;:".. 13 ; thl l( .1 by W
The f dlewing coutiLes stand high. -t in
turn? of tax on ii U r . vie . Vake,
.-17."-1 ; Craven 15C HI, V,,rreii l .'!ie:o;
Mecklenburg Ig3o l:i; Ft'. .n,'.,- IKI VM;
(iranviile 1 lo7.-7. Nioth.r c-'tn.ty pay
so lunch assi'Hiil. (iuilfird returns '.t.
l-ckingham 1vJo41; Kan-iolph -'.--' ,
Cherokee. Maeou, M , . i u:, I V re
turn no tax on interett.
Fortv-four e-.iiiitle-fuii t i make any re-
liiichanali, ill his celebrated Italti-
uinre eleeti- iiei ring letter, (containing his
fail for the Presidency which will not be
accepted,) s, t the example of an attack on
the Administration for extravagance. The
idea has been caught up by the underlines
of the party in '.-n.-. --. and they have ac-'.-or-lingly
rang the change- on it ever since.
It i.. -,v appears that the arte ei . n I.t ire
'f the present adniMii-tratioii have been
cau-ed by paying off .1,'. ,lrhi for the
Mexican war, Ac. the f .llowina tatemetit.
VIKtilNIA AND Til K NuRTli CAK
LIN'A KAIL IK IAD.
We notice in the Iliehiuotid Dispatch of
the HOth inst.. an article on the ' Danville
Houte," in which article the belief is confi
dently expressed, that North Carolina mil
permit a connection between the liichmond
and Danville Hailroad and our North Curo-
that this North Carolina
TAAT cuii be mti- tUHiuviiijf to him m
fUliiun( ihuM a siiaji f ilfefitUjig- I jt,
Vfftt Of Silift, Ml!!? f iff tM fr, hdtlglfi III Tt, iHfitt?
ll'tw here. To gvotd tiii nui4f;ftr th a.ejJut-
and Ijtf-Aiily, iniVt Vc sts, Kbift, at fatitst !l t
litliV nt;cmiti t'tfT ritUi iurti lo C'1S &l
II II A I v. U lU lA W
April a. IkVJ. t if
Jl'ST rrr eivnl and utill Ihrf came pleuiiid
lis -k of
sriti.rv ami siniir.n
terf hWCel (ifo'eii
iare tm k,a!id it moil U
eld al oi- uriet-
k m 80 eisiliOtali.ia
V. I , I -I, -T
h of Mr. Mrooks.
scarcely a single measure of importance to : turn 01 divi
the f ul iie has ,eeu acted upon. 1 bev be
long to the same party, yea they Hre the
very men. whose votes are constantly re
corded in favor of some .scheme of robbery
of the public Treasury and the od States,
by wholesale appropriations of the public
lanos 111 nr-ier to secure lor tlieir I re.-i
tia' li -iiiiiiee, the siippiort oi t
powerful AW'.-tern States.
The President has nothing whatever to
do with the alleged extravacance. His on
ly power is one of recommendation, an(
reeommt ndatiou- have- been treated with
contempt by the L.e..f',eo majority in Con-
-re--. Ik i; n.j l.oM-.-r, it he h
nd and proit tax.
I-llieeti cr.nl.es : 111 iM tiiiii c,r i.iw-
yers, physicians, &". P- uaLle aud heal
th r .'
two eoumi . t.ike-l t re
iru s and tef
1 county, Y
w it ho
t a -;-l
' 10 1
i lisljed at the sauie
i. which i an
"... i. ;r - -.!'
hes i t,n reeesvefi ae, t
!,e : .! dernoaa-i..;
J ' - ! 1 a daily li,
tt e are thus inf riiied, "
" t.-r ierj-ral has ordered riaiiy wr,i.- on
" tUc nia.il routes from lUIeigihy (ireens-
borouah and Sali-bury to CharbHte, N. C.
" to c maii-iici- w le u the mail j aaiu con
" veyed dally or, the !! .1 i . h andlja-t ,;.
"Kail Rjad. it Ji tie- uiiiier-tandino. ti,al
Witbia two ui.Hitiis to. r. ,t. r, schedule,.
'' of d parwres ao,J arriai- shi ,,rder-
ill. Jam. - 'i
l.l. ,1 - ,
I ' - :- "l-
I v.e-1 (J1 K.tieigh.
that the P-.-tiuas-
tun . e under-tand from a tirivatf- di-
patch, that at about two o'clock yesterday
moaning flames were di.-iovercd issuing
ir.ii' the shed rIj..itiiiiir Mr, A. C, Lamnr'
Cortoji Press, in that city, which, the wind
being hiirh, -pro-id rapidly, ami entirely de
stroyed Mr. Lamar'- w an I,.ni-.. r.,ntaiiii..-;
Cotton pre-.-es and between four and
tlioti-and bab-s ,,f C,,t,,,, 'ph,. -bij,, J,,r
I fata ittiHul and Jnn-Ulla which were aground
at the wharf could Hot 1 removed, and
regr-t to learn that the fjrmer was
marly ci nsnined together with tiie cotton
on 1 . r!. The .'"'-'" -- al-o injured.
Mr. dinar's -ie and pre-- which co-t
r-oii.iHHit were oii!y in.-ure 1 f,r .-Jlt.tillll.
His 1-. - and pup., r.. which Here ii, ;,n ir.m
safi-, werr al-o entirely c uisiijiied. He a-o
bi-t a h- r-e valued at Hoiiu. M, ,-i -. Al
len ,V. Pail hot DMIO bale- cotton, which,
how-, vcr, were insured. Mire ti. W.
'iarmany ,V Co, J.t -on bales, and M -.r-.
K, Molvneaui. A. Iow iV Co., Win. Putter
tax on ,-a
( uly o
'len cfiutnipB only retirn tax
Four counties, to wit : A-Iie, I 'o
con and Yancey report io pian .
q'wenty counties r- pot in- g-d-i and -ih i-r
plate; a:,d twelve Coiiiiie- lei pieasurecar-riae-es.
Twentyo ight countie niak-; no r turn r,f
piay ing i-jrds. High-biv-jaek-aiid-tiie-gam.-probabiy
evades the lav.
No tave-rn tax from ii. -under, Madi.-ou.
atiuga and Yancey,
lax on foreign carrilg-s retinned ! m
f-j'ir counties. Craven. I
lie registered debt
'iiith of November.
i-o'i, was - - .
The pob' ' debt 20th Novein-
t". r, ! -ol . was
Since the Whigs came int
I, 1- If, He . have free-l Ui
an amount of public d-t.t as follows ;
ae'i or.:d M.trrh, l-ij " s;:ii,3uo (Mi
Stock of the l,u f i - t-
Slock of the loan of -ii
act o -g-g,l .)v, 1-Ki
net ofg-fh J lilTuurv. I -IT
M xiean ilideiiiiiiu -,et of
D Hi Align t, 1 - 111
'" I- I - r-p - ... t 11 tit
February. 1-17 - - -7.-, mi
I , . , ! ; Ail -ii win. Ii a ill l- lil ui I
; a siii.-iium: I' r.aiei in orurr to prevent tue it,,, , , ,,,
; neens-ity fir, and ei-iiif-iiueiitly construction
I of. the t'liarb-tte and Danviiie Hailroad;
and it is also remembered or if it i not it
I so in will be when the taxes come along
j that the State has gone two millions of dob
j l ira into the Work, Now, since the t'har
', lotte and Danville Hoad would hr.vc cost
1 the State nothing, and the Central P.ail
j Poad as a eounterprojeet, fir State ebjeets,
I will eo-t her two million, it certain!- show
' a strong faith on the part of the V irgiiuans 1 11' ITU tlir aid of the i.t
want of Male l.rnle anil com,., it. ' " ""
ihein o coiifiiinitlv to aiiticiiiatc ''"i'" .... .
I 11 nei-Mi. 01 t.ie erralei,! uiioitrf ot Hie - s
oil pan., oi ail int- hyiyy , E
t-d. 1 1
!i 7 1
( Hd funded and
debt act Itii i
17!;!, and l.tii
Award- under th
article of the t
M i. . t r w l.i
a waiver on
anu :ter having cumbered ourselves with
a heavy debt, to apply it proceeds in the
fun Iterance of the very project, to defeat
which it was incurred. Have any of onr
leading men been tampering wit!, onr inter,
e-ts? or are we to 1- sold rot and brain h
to our neighbors, and we i..ir-i U. s pay the '
pun-hase money. There imist be son,, thing
wrong, ii-.- the irginia j.r -s would not be i
o confident about the matter ; and if be- :
ho -tn us to kei p both eves and
if we wmiPJ oi tin t a State, in
mere .trip of laud. Viil. Jour ml.
f etjr iloek. H e have ail teHi ,BUnMr kept in
... I, - -birrs.
UK KM JiHI.-Ti,V,
No. ,t.lii!iite (inline.
Chirietf. , Aeril H. ltf
Highly Important to House Keepers !
The Celebrated C nlMiuhfa H'k
hiiilile arte 1
rant raa lio a W tra's WHisi m
nwp, e,,es,.i,j, ,j arrisii rUifr,il aral ue
e,.t. v , ir, W ((.ll
a mui h urinr,i,d ! tunre mhim
than the inane f.rfio, f ,i, nu-j hn ii i
lie t-iiif lliruiiylii.ui I i ei,,n,irv. It I.
llM,fe0., r, ,,e, l,t iT Nlirnili,,!.
IPmiart.e ami Haitw (enerailv. t ill ,j grl m
N.til, ,,j jt a ttm;. t-,llruy ,hj
Tr. ,iar, -J and aoof iov !
CilW VHII f.... J.,
V"lll. le. ,
Heady 3Iaclc Clothing.
s un-ler twell
f the ti-.-aty
I bv II. -tain,.
.1 1 ni
lii.'M l-!) M
d dollars !
O i-tl Tl M' .
several other firms ha 1 difli n-nt
de lroyed, but wc are
that all were in-uri-d.
-tilllflteij at .i:jiiii,lHiii.
" ed, iticreaiiJg the sp. c-i to five miles
"fcoor, hetween Raleigh aud Salisbury."
YV e-athcr from the papers beiow u-,that
the- conveyance on the Kab.igh and Oastou
llijad will probably be again in daily opera
tion by tl firt f June nest. And it is
tated. tbat a line of daily stages ha- been
fM in operation, to conm-et with CLarl'4t:
:md the p'ut where the Charlotte and 'o
bmibi ttail I'oad i comnli ted. m that
nar.oit. ami I harle-ton are within thirty ; r.;ein lib-, at e- j r barrel, wherea-i g.e.d
llleiliot. .,f C.jtt
gratified to b ar
The total lo-- i
II w the lire originated, or whit insurance
.illicc-s sr.- afleeteil e ,aV ,,t b urned.
Ilia rh stijn ('(,ftitrt I-7i.
FLorn nitiM isaltimouk am.cui.n
Pr B the Charleston ('m'rirr we i ip f,e
following interesting item : The up-country
merchants and other', it sei ni-, are im- !
porting their ow d flour and torn. We h-arti !
-t t . .....
iroui me .iimiiiimim r that Hour U at
uours o! eaeU other. A cotemoorarr ma.ll
reiuarki, tli.t a daily communication bein
thiw cp.-i.td to the S -rh and t-a the South,
will prestot mail faeilitu-i and eonveuieucea
for trv. l hieb will be of great iujportanee
to tlie J . fclun the middle and we-teru
poruoti- ot oar State.
Th thank ., the ptiUie are due to tl
.ntrei,,ri, Mcs-ra liiand & Ji,ju1j. f.Jr lu,.ir
epinK-d propodU,;,,.-, ., .-,Jr, .,rt.y,
for bi aftrtitiotn ia tl.i, behalf. I.,.,,,,.
lja.tiiuor flour loay be dclnered iu Green
ville, at from io.oU to iii.7."i, t!jUa cfli-cting
for the purchaser a -sving of gg. 'iu me!
il.i:, jr barrel. Messrs. Swandab- and
Irwin of the Mansion Houae iu that town,
have ordered their nuppae from liaitiiuore. '
The Moutitimiiir aUo Mta that Mr.
Douglas, of Ijreeuulh?, ban bought lit too ;
bushel of corn, in NewJrlemi,., and will
have it delivered at the prex-nt terminus of,
the Grefoville Pail Koad, at abtutfU i-ei.t
TIIK KXI-Kl'ITPcV 'in .1 p
A leading articli- appear- m tin- I.o
'I in"- i f the o.Vih ,,f March, upon the
pose-1 Aniericaii cs pediie.n tl Japan.
i thus rptoinizcij bv the Loiio'.o,
: I ' 1 '111, i , , .i 1
i i it :
An to. p o : .i.t b ainng mticie app -a?
the linn - to-day upon the Aruiiii-aii L
dltloli 1-) Jai.au. I he 1 i s savs ll,.,
tin- cxpoditiori i, e.u n. I out in a .-pint
liumaiiity anl sound p ...-v. without uuiii-ee--,rv
wa-to of ,i. au-l iiinler toe fil
'oi r- - i ,.-i that tie; :,i- of the I,. ., r,,.
Iiii-iit. aiel let tin- ereat mass ,f t... je.pu
iati.,n, are in fault, Coinmodorc Pcrrv will
be baekeu with the sy niiat ines of all p.ttro.
p--,iu Ii o I oii-. - 1 In- enterprise i- uiideria
k. n bv tnci,,,vi i-iiioi iii m ;,.iii,gT,,i in d
one ot the be-t oflieer- on the na-, y li-t of
tiie I mied -tat,-, ha- been appointed t-.the
e tiilii ili'l i n- I line, peak, of tin- I'.r- e
oi l.e i iiij.lo.eu, ami sav- it i, an.p.ly
en-nt for the purpo-o. and the efioa-r
trii-ted will, tl,,- command can have
ditiieiiltv in ii,, tain og their ,,,, terms
at .Nahgu-fki nud J.-iiJ,,. ,., ,-,,.
eiiide- its ainr-ie ,v reimirliiiig that public
ojiiuion, but both biiman.ty and policy ri
eoinineiiij iiiotji. ration in the mid-t of suc
cess. ' c., .-,w. little ,b,ubt that the
I nit. il St u, , xjMidition against Japan will
prove tin- cmiitcrpart of our own late ite
rations in China. .May Commodore Perry
anu in. for. es uni t wnh the like -
and u-e it to as goo, a purpose.
i ii r i
I.ulope to I. a e
aril- toi lv-l : ir ii,
j.h Heranl sav, :
fr .in N,
! en h,r tl
Al Tllni: 1 1' Till I- PPH! U.I.-T.
I '' a ing mettiornndiiiii r- - j . ling
th -r-iiip ,,f the several pap, i- ,,f 'I ie
h i- i . ii lianiled t ithe edit . r of
i ill -cii-
It is ,e:e ( t lie pi i '
ile , ! r i - -1 r .-i 1 1 ( . gane
.-iriti s have been r,.
and u -. ..th a volume of
IliOUht of -pceie shippul
e".V ;-K iiiolie. tin- ;. t
Iiciiriy n- i:mci as , 4 ,
in. i.: ii,i t tie; I l ie ,:
. us t ... a i, t lie mini i.
( one ,, ,.,,r relief ., , ..a
this en. -rin oh drain of ti,.
'il.i ri-e it woiijij ha . i i
it 1 tl . i try 1 1, r
en d the price of our co
ah. I I oi . i our bread-tii'
eim: jii'tltl.-.n Willi tiio-e ot
the where uitjial to pay -h"
ng:iiu-t ii. Nor are we ti
that it will not come to thi
ther gold of Calitoinia. mil,
tiuti of the rxi-t.ng taniT; f.
hoiind.i to In it r v rind c ti
Hiipc-rioij. and mexoral le nf ce-sil
nail .us, to more than individual,
fit by the teaching of (;.periinc.''
I. I , ,
I " .
I ili.es, I
J une- -a
Ililn the 1,1
on the sub
Th.- la-t n. ws from the Cape f
I ll-.pe. receive,! Jjiglaiid. b ads to the
b. lief ihat tin KaiTir War ha ben brought
10 ucl .-e. Ii appear- that the K.ilhr- hi,.
been driwn into a position B Sm h leaves
tlicni w. He. ut means of -,,i,-,., i , r rp.
treat, and that they linn- mini f .f term-.
1 he r. ply was " an um-ondiii uial surren
der," no other promise being given them
than that their lives should be .pared. A
week was alb Wed f,,r their decision, but
thev gav, noan-wer. An advance was ae
eoriiinglv iiiii.l,. upon tin tu. and t his, was
tin- -late of affairs when the mad left. (If
th al - lit, -i i... f ,,. fi.,1 movement
11 aeeoiint lias heell reeeiveil. bill all illl-
pre-.ioi, -. . in- to !,:,.,, prevailed that there
i-an be no d -l I a- to it- r---i I
S, PANTALOONS an,i VKSTs
our own manufacture. An aurt-
lli. iit k-pt miifUntiy no ha,Mi.
A.' 111. J III M i in,
Mi-rrhaiit J ailorit.
Shirts, Drawers, Shirt f ollars Zul i.
Farrey SUk, Kid and Linen Gloves,
Black and Fane? Cravats,
j,-I,' HI tile hue. I t, I,.. Iwip r,l,, f,
in A. Irl
lil .M: A i .
M. tr int Ttl.,r.
" V...I II. !-'.
'"-liK Inn. le r, I-.f. ic exk-tinu m,d0r the
,,....(- li:.l . I i .: ,
n .o n risou m in,, I,,
name ot I i
sua hie in I tiarlnlti , m Ui..,l
eiit. mi Ih. rlli f y ,r, h ...
4 1 mutual cf.li.
I it r-
i.i 1 j -i t f i i r ,
e loriu- r editor of trie
tii M.n. I-K. -tn:.-,
h.- had r. e. n, from
it the huint,, r- of tin
. il i , the scleral au-
i . I , j
I' lianks. J.
i and (..ten
i ot - j a r ii.
Hope, I.- I
inelii -nc l.y
luincs by .Mr.
&r It is now reported that the civil li.-t
of Loum Napob-on. the i're-ident of Fram-e.
will be eight millions of francs, free from
the charge of maintaining the rrva! c-tab-li-hi.ieirt-,
which fell upon Loin, Philippe
I he civil h-t of tiie late King w as twelve
mi.ii.ois of Iranes. Ih- ::.,r of th,. Mjtl.
i-t.-r Secretaries ,.f Mat,. M now to be oi,,
hundred thnu-and tranes a vear. the Mini,.
eor.f iim, ,i I.
3 i oil,, . : l
( hririolU ,
. F liCa
' J. Rii.i;.
N. VH II.I-. .
"OI ill Ih
-li lo! .. la Ho, C'l, In
r.-i;'h Aff.'i an I f War reeciw,,.
on,- huiclnrd and t urty thousand franca a
year from having more h his lr f pn m nUi.
ti'in ttian the other.
a hi in
1 1 . a -
in ni l.i
TIIK COLD P. KG IONS OF AC-THALIA.
Advices .,i'. e
a inoii'ii later m
I ii reeeiveil
date, from w I
THK SKVKNTII CKN.-I S.
v vbaa-rvt-d in the Cnioii of Wedneaday
airlKle from tha Sup.ni.lei,.!, nt of the
'UeJ, 111 rel,l I.. F.t.,,. -
r-, "- - ' .".-( .n .'ir.
A. l.ua-ell. ! .. Vrk, alleging certain
Uraii-!Hn.., Jy the publi.hcd table, of the
A Pk-I'ITK I'.ini and Cl,,nir,, two
sall..r iiti-ly eoiivicled of tdraey at Kiel,.
a , and w-ntenced to l hung at that
on Friday nrf. and f.,r whiirli il,..
CrtT fbcre is tiiiieh foree in remark
made by th- New York " I imes " uw,n the
propo.iii.jti .,f the ' .S.uth Car .lina ' See;..
sioni-t V) confer the lV-iduiitial (jfliee, at
the eu.-iiing Kleetion. upon a South Caroli
nian, and naming f.,r that office a di-tin-guinhed
citizen of that .State. 'J j. " Times"
ay.,, that it would , " willing to ee a
South Caroliurs Seue-ioiii.-t in the 1'risidi u
lial chair, so tar as rany danger of dissolv
ing tl,.- Cnioii would be involved. There
i- a cousi rvative p-.wer in that high office
which would override ml sueh pain -, arid
partial viewa iU.jM, outcf -tnk-u accession
grow. J'tom that gn at height a S.ees.-ion-
lat wom.i a other lines than tlicx wliich
h it aiiiieajs
that the yield of jiold eoiifinucd to . ...,.,.,1 ;
what had been expected. During the pre- :
lading fortnight, !. amount rcecivi-.l ut
.-idrii y and Melbourne showed a production
at the rat- of i- .'.i,mni,(HlO per aiiniim, but
this was probably beyond the ordinary sup- :
ply. Several cargo, - of Coolies aitdChina
men have Lci-n sent f,,r to be i -mpb.yed a - 1
shepb.-rd-, ami o;, .,ip. ',,,-,,1
ill. tin; nieiiei
I inn. Ilamil
voliiiiie of tin
New ) oi k So
ha- been l.ur-
r a- a i rtliia-
'le ." 'lie, Ot for .ol" other less hum, nihil
" In Mr. Alailison'- enumeration, publish
ed long after the death of General Hamil
ton, several of the paper claimed lis Ham
ilton are appropriated to himself "
T ' 1
cm b. -hinging to t!
Library , which volume
1 from the Library eitb
SiMiTlltvi Nkw. Cminoilore Sto,;l;j,,n.
a prominent candid ate f.,r the Locofoeo
ii -.iiii,ation for the Presidency, declared in
" "I ' '" li'lil..ii. a lew dries .nice, that
a protective tariff was a cardinal principle
ol I'. in.., racy Ami Hint wuh an annual
expenditure of -.ill. IMMI IHIII staring us it,
the face, nothing was more ridiculous than
tho vagaries of fr, e trade '. This will he
new to tnc Ih moeraey in this part of the
-Net Public House.
f IJMIK Charlotte and J-oiith Carolina I!., 1
i Load is now completed to Kbi-uexer
!. ,t, wiw-re Ihc nn.nrt onil tr, ,,,x ,,,
riv- i!jiI) . 'I lie i!li riit naa up neit l'l,lit
H-nise w .i tn tt Is, n,l, u IH-r be la ireirel l.,
enl, rtail, the Trv. 11,, I'libiie, o lMi to r r. or Ym.
iri.iiii iit IS- in! i.. 'IV.-.-ta : - ,. j i .,,
loll, M.eae Aeeiiej- ,. j ft. a Itt.llM-, H,t ronviVall.
d p to lllllen lit B,ri Bel-,' 1- tenl.
JullS MH IiSSI.1,.
Kl. ii o r York Ii.,,,,. i s
April 1 I, I-;,
fDIfl-i Tru-tce, of (,vkir JUvcr Acade
H my, re.pe, tfiilly inform the nnblm
tlial tin j have pi,.,,! il ,ve inamni,,,,,; ,,,
I.,. ere nf l'r.,1. .r H,.., ( . I.imlsl. i , Ul, 1 r i
,,. ..i ii 1 1 , rvi . J .i hi
. mm k ni.
.T;r.f .ii Lisbon v,
HAVE llt reeeiveil their atnek of SITilNt;
srVlMKH titXilIS. w leeted bv A. It...
Chi..:,, by way
greatly on tin;
('In e in-t reeoiicd fi oni
i Kiigland, represent- that
f Chinese to 'ajjlfoiiiia j,
llieri a e. Du.il, ' (he t.a t
inoritii iu v ha... I
saueil ; t.-n are
as preoareu. Have been rei,il-,l l j i : i . .
by the Present of .1 i;ftit. .1 t' tor : ZT ' "Thr r l"U.rt.t
. , mmM ins iiUliiiJU Vls-
ioa. X'it. lntrllifur.
paring to lean
Many who had
in i-i-", n nd tl
I ' ' ' l.v' iiiigratcil have
"uh-lantial pi-. ,N ..f their
'-lllIU'SO aiB Hot slow Ii,
followiny the cxa.npl,. of their eo.mtrvinen
when mooy is the m Juceniiiit.
J-'OCTIIKUN JilGIITH CONVKNTION
OK GKOHGI A.
The Democratic Southern Pight.- Convcn
tlon of Georgia met at Milled gcvillc on Wed
nesday la-t. Only forty-five counties, about
half the number in the State, were rcpresen-t.-d
iu the Convention, which wan comnosed
of rather Inore than one hiirulri.,1 I I. I., .... , . .. i eliant Tailor'a Kat ililiahim-iit.
D. S. Still was chosen President. "'! "ft n "KASONAIH.K
Th,. i rl, I, .1 i r i i ,i- .''","'f, "" r w-nnlil call the attention of the pub.
Ihc principal business f.,r which thw lie, eonii,i,.,,tlr Wi.-ving that th, y ,, ",., ,.
oiiiention a-cn,hi, , was to appoint Dele- ; .Im-emeni, tn piireliaie ra tint enimnt be tm-t witb
gates to the Democratic National Conveii- '"1'cw ln ri. Im-iiIU men winhinp any nrtirle f
tioi; and aeommitt.-e having been aiitioint- I ' l,( ''''' 1 N,i in thi iiun-K, minh time an,
e.i to prei,ar,:s,itr,l,e resolutions. ,t w .... I " " " "-I" ' H',7
.i . , : , .- , . . 1 j
in. ,, jireoiniiH-iiiianoii, resoiveil to seiiij fort v 1
in legateg to the find I onventioii. The ,nl(, i
i-oininiitee reported re-oiuti,,i,n re-dllir.,.!,,,, I
tl..- llaltimor... pla; lori.i of 1 - 1 1, w hicl, were! CJ0K9
'-l-"!"'' 1 of there
I In ( i iveliti ,n did not venture ,, i 'inter, I
liooi niisillii utiiMii
Hil I., nil, ,, ),!, ff ,,,,, ,, ,
im HI, le i i! in. , liloe,, . 'J j
alert at liocky l(n,r
Aejd. 1,1 V laailua
t hureb, where there ,
larea. ning r,Pry Sublatl,, Tnitiei, ; n, ,.!
l. .,11 .r M, -.11,11, f fc 1ii),Ibm,pj aJld
wa,!,,,,,. Hi, fH, nioiilli. TIk b, allium w of tin,
'"' car. -t ha l. en ..i.iircl, un. ji rp.
in Iinhle. " he , l.uln.lK- vr j, lkuii;.H mln w
N. ..1..II, ,,f f,. mlb., , J, wmmK., mg ikt
hr.t M,lar nf .M.,y ,,,! S.neml-r. Atit .
SHiili nt In, niter,,! (w hu b can be rtone at anji
tiiiic ) no liciiiriion i. ,na,if . tr-1,,1 fi.f si. kiw-ka
Iliv. I), A. I'l.NH K,
It. H. Miil.'l.'ISfiV,
Ha. t Yltl S A. AI.I'XAMiLR
I). Al f.XAMiKII,
I liVI I'Allhsi,
t in-. W. K. PHAKU.
II K IIIKTATIi l( K. Kr,..,-...
tlllllie in m-rnon. e.inaiatilur nf ev. r v.,, ,,.,. r! I'r.ili su,r I.ili.ol, v nullior,,., i, T,,,., ...
( M m mm m m mmtt U, be found in a Aler. i :i' P"r '""lh ,,r Bii (ironnse, ninralla ami
niemauv, an glnUly reci,t,t, w bctln-r thi f ,n
,ar or not. IJ.Iit
lloekf Hirer Aeatlemy, April I, ln.-.o.
Sniir ( in U At .ult
' D "pencil on Monday, th 1 Bth
V W day of Anril, under the direction
I nf Mi., Ma h Faw. T. rma of Toii(,n fr
j live mnntlia will be
e , , . "T- ( t r. - I F'f Heniliiig, Spilling , Wril
trcic), tmhM) k liiiicncaoi A,.u,n-tf;. . .
" ' . - lw in ier,rr,i,liy, II, Fi
i-nture to ex.
pres., a p.! f.,r liny i andidate for the I " ''"'""'' with trimminga to correiiiini
Presidency, ami bit j.,, Delegation uniii- I 1 ,"ir and .phnilid eMul.liahinent
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be laiight, ,i-B reijinreil, anil' at u.iwl
Hoard eon be had near tl. Ara,,.m, or, mmk,
by ii ri,ir workmen, in tlieliiU-at faahiim.
v i.-.ii.ti, April ll !,",
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