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NOR TIT CAROLINA STAR-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 185C.
B A L E IONdT
Wednesday Korainp, Jane 4. IBM.
I ATI0MA1 AmiCil TUTU. -ron
or KtW TOtl. .
ANDREW JACKSON DONELSOS,
, or nrnni, . -
JOHN A. GILMER,
Tram information wa hare received from tha
vYeet, " aayetbeOneaebore Patriot," nnal
iafied that the iMut ia the Standard of the
21st, of tUdiaoontioa ia Cherokee ea tha 8th,
between Gov. Bragg and Mr. Gilmer, ara tissues
of tha most glaring distortionx and aaitrepreeea
tations. Mr. Gilmer, we lean, eimply explained
the-posiuoo ia which ha iu a tha tint ha gon
tha votee alladad to tba duties tbea devolving
oa him, and tba constituency whose feelings mod
wtereete it became his duty to represent, aad
submitted to Mr. Bragg and tha audience if f
was fair that these ihould bow ha used to preju-
The EagUefc DrnVratts
Mack af tha nxalious controversy which for
two at thraa yean has beea going oa betwaea
(bit government aad that of Greer Britaia ia at
tributable ta tba character of those wbje had
aharga of it Then have beea no points of die-
pata which night ant bar baaa tattled by ah;
two intelligent, frank, saagnanisaous gentlemen
ia twenty four boars. Bat English diplomacy U
proverbial lor evaeire aad aqui roc ting tendea-
eiea, aad enluokily wa bare at tha baad of tha
State Department ia thia country a persoa whoaa
pragmatic and pettifogging propcasitioe make
quarreling a pleasant pastime to him. ' Tba prea-
It beoomea oar painful duty !to aanonnca tba
death of ool of oar Boat reapaetad and beloved
citiaena, Dr. Joseph J.W. Tucker, who departed
this Ufa on last Sunday morning in tha bloom of
manhood and la tba midst of usefulness, leaving
large oirolo of relatives and frieodt to mourn
hit departure. Truly may it be aaid, "be died
Without an enemy." Tba funeral aermoa of the
deceased waa preached in tha Methodist church
to large audience, by the Rev. N. F.Reid
Preacher in charge, and eoneignod to tba tomb
by the Oak City Guards of whioh bohvaa a member-
dice him ia tba East, Got. Bragg stated to the I out aspect of the matter it presented in a praeti-
eal and impressive light by tha New York Cou
rier aad Knqairar. We think it will satisfy all
liberal minds that thara U ao quarrel remaining
and thai further dickering ia aa anmanly aa it
would be ungenerous aad anbeooming. Says the
- Baying Votes. -' f
Tha Washington Organexpoaaa one of the me.
tbode of electioneering adopted by the Anti
American party hi Washington city, for the pur
pose of carrying the municipal election soon to
take place there. Tha Organ says : "A baker
who belonged to the American party waa urged
to abandon the party, and was offered a contract
to furnish bread to the Convent in Georgetown
worth some $200 par month, on condition ofleav.
lug the party. . He so told several of bis Ameri
can friends, who remonstrated with hint against
accepting the offer. He said his business bad
suffered he waa needy and must do it. Now if
the baker referred to, will rfrny it oner hi liijuor
tun, we will prove it by so many and by such
credible witnesses a will make hint vho denict it
blink. Now, let tbe issue be met."
If such ril lainous means aa these are uoad by
4he aati-Americnn party at the seat of govern
ment to carry the popular elections, is it not rea
sonable to suppose that like expedients will be
adopted elsewhere ! . And, if ao, what becomes
of the boasted purity of our popular elections !
crowd that they ought not. Aot
uud about whit bai.
Ml. Gilmer opened the discussion. Got. Bragg
commenced bis reply by stating that be had
been Governor for near two years, and that ha
bad aerar heard any complaint of any thing
that Ira had done; that ka had made appoint
ments without reference to party. He concluded
in the same way. Mr. Gilmer ia his reply
minded the Governor that there had been some
complaints, that hs had not been entirely fret
from party bias in tha appointments of the State
Directors of tba N. C. K. Road, and that there
were complaints about the Bridges not being
corered ; the tills and spikes being left scattered
along the Road. Got. Bragg, in a tone somewhat
excited, demanded nr. Gilmer to specify. Mr,
Gilmer in reply, after apeaking of Messrs. Dortch
and Dick aa vary respectable gentlemen, stated
that ha had heard it remarked by a gentleman of
Got. Bragg" s own party, that Got. Reid in ap
pointing them, had passed orer others of his own
party friends, who ware more interested in the
Boad, and of mote age and experience j and that
Got. Bragg had renewed the appointments.
Thia has never been mentioned since: and had
all the gentlemen" wfc-compoae the State Direc
tory been present, they would simply hare smil
ed at the mistake of Got. Bragg, in supposing that
he, differing front all other -men, had escaped
We would ask, in timpe justice to Mr. Gilmer,
that his Eastern friends, and all others, Wait and
bearbiin speak forhimself. We learn that where'
ever he has spoken he has given entire satisfac
tion, and ia considered an over-match on the
stump for Got. Bragg. Our information from the
West ia encouraging. With the Tote that Mr.
Gilmer will most assuredly reoeite in the East
and in the Wast) the Urge Central counties, by
united effort, can triumphantly elect him Govern
or of North Carolina.
A Pleasant Wore from CoaaecUcaL
A correspondent of the Boston Bee writes :
"Mr. Fillmore is gaining friends by scores day
by day, and losing few or none of those who evor
were bis friends. The more his name is canvass
ed, tbe more signs we have of tbe Very high es
teem in which be is held by tbe American people.
Aa intelligent people like tboaa living in Con
necticut a eommerciarand manufacturing and f
industrious community ought to be among the
foremost aad fastest friends of such a man. and
wa predict that they will be true to him in tha
end. Such a people will never go into the sup
port nf Radical Democracy, nor play upon that
ingle-stringed instrument which discourses no
other music but the melody of a sham Republi
can. The Cincluaatl Ceavaatiaa-. .
The XewvYork Herald, after a careful analysis
of the predilections of the delegates to tbe Demo
cratic "National Convention, divides the Conven
tion thus rMr. Pierce 107, Mr. Buchanan 91,
Mr. Douglas 48, Mr. Hunter S, Mr. Dickinson 1,
New York and Missouri are not tatsu into tha
account, iiiMmuoh as both these States aand two
sou of delegates. The New York Softs are said
to be partial to Mr. Duchanan, and the Hards ara 1
certainly opposed to Mr. Pierce, ao that no matter
which is set is admitted, 1t will not hold Mr.
Pierce as its irst choice. Tha Benton faction
in Missouri is aso favorable to Buchanan, and
t ie old liners may be likewise, tat aught wa
know. At all events, Mr. B. seems to stand the
bast olianoe for a nomination but not having a
two-third Majority, possibly soma obscure maa
may again be put ia aominetion,
Aaseretaa Victory ta Wheeling.
Wa are gratified to sea that the gallant Ameri
ins of W heeling Vs., have repaired the injury they
sustained, by anpiaeness and want of eouoert, a
few months since. U the eonteet last Tbartday,
they elected their Sheriff and all the county ofioers.
Tuis result was obtained by acting in concert and
by aot being ia toe great a hurry to act as a party;
and wa hope the success which tba Americana
have bow achieved, will induce tbesa, la future,
aurrounded aa they are by enemies of every aoa
eeivable character, to bare regard to the same
i in all their movements.
Pursuant to notice, a portion of tbe citisens of
Raleigh assembled in tba Town Hall on Saturday
evening last, for the purpose of making a range-
men ta for the celebration of the approaching An
niversary of the Declaration of American Inde
pendence. The following gentlemen were appointed:
On behalf of tht CUamt t
Dr. L. 8. Perrf, .
P. F. Peeoud,
W. h. Pomeroy,
John C. Partridge.
On behalf of &e Sunt of Temperance :
J. W. Howard, P. P. Williams,
J, M. Perkinson.
On behalf of the Military:
- Oak CUy Guard,
Commissary 3. Iredell, Sargt. J. Spelman,
Corporal Wm. J. Browo.
Independent Ouardt i
Sargt. J. Nichols, Sargt. A. D. Tumbro.
Private II. C.Smith
Easting far Dealer rata.
Bedford Brown.formerly a Senator fiom North
Carolina, was ia the Senate Chamber a fsw days
ago, looking tar tba standard-bearers af the old
Dssa oat alia party bat he looked la vaie.
Ia lieu af Forsyth, Beatoa, Wright, Tatewsll,
aad ethers af his eoramnorariea, ha found Maeoa,
Iluater, Job, of Tennessee, Toombs, Pratt, and
Bsajamsw all rampant Whiga during hie
Mr. Brvwa ia a eekrate to the Cincinnati Coa-
veatioa, where ht wiB tad many snore renegades
af the earn stamp.
" IfaaaT. ,
, Serea gmtlemea of A lam ansa county have for
mally withdrawn from tbe American party after
a mag aad todioaa fcyoiay to be releaaedw that
take oat, aad SIX eat af Aa savis bad to make
It ia strange that aa ataay gcatkmea should
sign a paper and only eas smJ4 wrUe hi aamsl
There mast be a "serea loose" somewhere. Tba
withdrawal was published la the North Carolina
Standard. . .
fcr Miaaaaata is tha asadel af a prosperous,
peace M. wsll governed Territory. Tbe Legisla
ture baa jast edjourosd, having dlipnesd, aalie
faetorUy to tbe whale pipulatiea, of all baaaase
brought before h- la reply to elreular addressed
ta the members, la Peat Maetere aad ether par
aoas la pa bits aositioa, ratarae af Use aopekiioa
have beenlUr4dapa May Is. It hi
aaiaad, with leaaeaable aaearaey, to be, 130,000,
mere than su&oUat ts jaetify tbe admieaisa of
avmaaaaWn'mOsV maal aw (WftajaJw
' ' Tha Kattsaal Asaartcaa.
I. Thia paper has asaaad to ha leaned as a daily,
aiuitiognsen aaaaaaissssat made by iw Ji-
tora, ka the isswe af May KHa. It will aareaftar
WUswadaeaTaskly aad Sesai-Weakly. Tba
edimse hwrmg tmU sheir hvtsrswt la the Asserioaa
tokaa laaaaaf the Aaerioaa party b a long ad
gtThs members of tbe above committees are
requested to meet at '"thk Arinorifof Ike Oah-CUf
Guard, this (WEDNESDAY) evening, 4ih Inst.,
at 8 o'clock precisely.
J.NO. SPE LM AN, Pros, pro Urn
Perloaleel Received. ,
STWe are indebted to tha publishers, Mes
srs. Dix 4 Edwards, New York, for tha June No.
of "The School Fellow.a Magasina for Boys and
Girls." It ia a very readable and Ins tractive
number, and well deserves the attention of ail
School Boys and Girls. Terms, f 1 per annam,
payable ia advance.
Putnam' Ituntkl for June baa been received.
Published by Messrs. Dix A Edwards,New York,
at $3,00 par annum, and ia worthy of a liberal
'IIoHtehold Wort" from the lama publishers
is also received. Price $3.
ftar-A destructive Ira occurred ia Charlotte
tbe 2Cth nit., by which aome twelve or fourteen
houses were destroyed, several others were blow a
up before the dames were arrested.
We learned from a passenger on tha ears.that
tha Ira originated la a bakery not far from Sad
ler's Hotil, and tl.s Hotel kept by Mr. Adams
waa among the buildings destroyed. Lose not
One of tha prominent oSoert of tha Costa Ri-
eaa army la a 1 russiaa itaroa of tha name of
Batow. He held a command la tha army of
Blacker wbea it aa opportunely arrived to the
aid of Wellington aa tbe laid of Waterloo. Soma
years ago he took part ia aa emigmuoa aobease
to thia Coatineot, whith did aot, however, answer
the eipeetathma of ita prefeniturs. Afterwards
ha took up hit reskwaea ia CratrafwAaserioa. A
gentleman whe saw him la Honduras several
yean since, states that he ia ont of the moat ax-
pert atarksatea ha ever saw, and expreseee the
opinioa that if thara are many like kirn la the
Costs Rieaa army, a bloody aad doabtful oeateet
ia before toe (ores of Oea. Walker aad his Nioara-
gaaa allies. .. . , "
In settlinc a nersona! dimouttT between rrn
tlemen, the tone and temper and spirit exhibited
are of much mora account than the respective
views entertained of tha subject matter in dis
pute. Iteooneihatiou is much mon a wort ot the
heart than of tbe head, Now tf one gentleman
charges another with an offenea, through servants,
asrainst his riehts and dienitv. and the Utter, af
ter calmly hearing the complaint, replies that it
would be a very met complaint. M true, nut that it
springs from misinformation and misanpnhea
sion that the wrong acta imputed had not oc
curred, and that trespassing upon tha rights and
dignity of the complainant was never contempla
tedthat be had given bis servants express or
ders that they must take all care aot to commit
suoh trespassing, and to practice ao concealments
with his neighbor that the moment be had
discovered there mittnt te aanegr ot trespassiac
through mistake or accident, ha had ordered them
to leave off immediately tha whole business upon
which they had been engaged, and that they had
dona this that, though.be could aot aee that
thev had committed any wrong, "yet if it was
really so, it came from no design on tneirpart or
hia part, and that ha felt sincere regret for it,
that he was anxiows there should be no quarrel
between them, for that thev fluent to be two aa
good triends as wen in the world ; we ask how
long that quarrel would last it SUCH a bearing
were met with a similar spirit?
The latest des natch ol Lord Clarendon, on the
recruitment difficulty, is precisely of this charac
ter. Tha British Minister says literally, in ao
manv words. " tf the British aeents had infrineed
the law and the riehts of the United States, its
Uovernment would have Deen entities, touemana
and her Majesty's Government would not have
hesitated to afford the most ample satisfaction,"
' Her Majesty's Government, however, unequiv
ocally disclaim any intention either to infringe
the law, or disregard the policy, or not to respect
the sovereign right of the United States, and tier
Majesty's Minister at Washington and tbe Con
suls solemnity affirm that they have not commit
ted any of the acta that have been imputed to
thorn ; " Her Majesty's Government gave the
most positive orders that nothing should be done
to infringe in any manner whatsoever the neutral
ity laws of the Uuitad States. " "Ita intentions
and the arrangements made to carry those inten
tions into execution were not oonoeaiea irom we
Government of the United States." " It was sees
that however strict might be the orders of Her
Majesty's Government that nothing should be
done in contravention of the laws of the United
States, and however aorapuloot Her Majesty's
officers In America might be in obeying these
orders, yet a misconception of the precise bear
ing of tnese laws, might lead someot tnose omcers
Ulllllieiiuouailj so uvorswp Hiei, uiaiw , w hw,
accordingly sent out orders to discontinue all
further proceedings In tha matter," ana " tne re
cruiting srrangimente and proceedings bad been
abandoned." " If, contrary to tbeir intentions
and to their reiterated directions, then has been
any infringement af the laws of tha United States.
II!r Majesty's Governmenteipresssince re regret"
"This difference is deeply regretted by her Maj
esty's Government; fur then an not two eoantriee
i i . , , . .1 t L :
which an oouna ur sirunaor un, ur or
considerations, than tha United Slates and Great
Britain to maintain uti broken the relations ol
perfect cordiality and friendship." Now all this
is nndeniahlv. in a marked decree, courteous and
friendlv. Then ia not the slightest trace in the
whole depeih of a falne pride, or of a defiant
will, or of a captious disposition. Kxaatly tbe
opposite feeling is conspicuously manliest, n ny
ttten ought not this dispute to be regarded as in
the fiurest train of settlement f
risen Kaasas Heparts C swarmed.
St. Louie, May 26, A a extra from tba Isl
ington, Mo., Ka press confirms tha previously re
eel red accounts of the destruction of Lawrence.
It states that after mach difficulty. Marshal
Donaldson had entered tha town aad saade ar-
a ofU persons for whom he bad warrants
issued by tha United States authorities, lie then
turned over his posse to Sheriff Jones, whopro-
eeedeo) ta make arrests on warrants under the
'territorial law. Ilia attempts were resisted by
the eitisena, who fired on bis men. Sheriff Jones
then commenced cannonading, destroying tba
Free 8tate Hotel aad the office of the Herald of
l ov aruuerr wan sun nunc ana uiv names 1 i . .. .
lives wen lost. . i
St. Louis, Ma v 26. Later advices from Kansas
nport tbe return of Gov. Robinson and Messrs.
Schuyler and Conway, in oharge of the If. S au
thorities. Robinson was Imprisoned at Leoomp-
ton. Gov. Raeder had aot been heard from.
The Kansas Citv KntemriM. Extra, of the 22d
says that Sheriff Jones took about 20 men into
Lawnaca citv. and at his demand Gen. Pomerov
delivered all the cannons and rifles ha could col
lect, oa which Jones gave a receipt.
Jonee refused to allow Eldrigde to remove tbe
furniture from the hotel, when a posse entered
aad carried most of it into tbe street. Jones
gave express orders that ao private property
should he injured, particularly Gov. Robinson's
bouse was not to be touched.
After the posse left the house was burnt.
Daring the excitement one man was shot:
another killed by the falling of the walls.
Geo. Pomoroy is at liberty in Lawreuce,
. t..- :. tt tha Star. , .
Trfsrate at HeeaeetV
Aanoar Oaa Citv Gcaaaa, )
Bsumm, N. C, Jaae 2. 1H56. f
At a called meeting of the Oak-City Guards,
held thia morning, the following preamble and
resolutions wen unanimously adopted i
WatasJJ)y the decree of Almighty God, our
beloved fellow -etddier. Dr. Joe. J, W. Tucker, the
8TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Court ef'Pteas and Quarter BesMoaa May J eras,
. . - CM,.
AttachaseatXavy aa Deft iaterest in Ceawer Vtlaea.
McLeaeaaa vs. 8. B. Slmmeaa.
IT appearing ta the reUsfaetlea of the Court that
8. 8. Slauaoas realties beyoad the iarisdietiea
o this Cean ar so aosawded er evaeeals himself
Surgeon of our corps, has pasasd from time to I !7T ".T' "...
!i,I7"r' "? TrBi?" " Uhai " ; be made for six weeks la the North Caroli-a Bur, a
, V ,1", .i-..,.. . I newspaper aabUshew ia the oily of Raleigh, notify
-r. ia ni wa sow surjmiMiveiy ro lof a,, la B. 8. Simmons persoaally to he aed
Thggubeeriber desires te gin aetice tkat'se
ass mr sale the Mlewh( new and stmei
ive Colored pnata, which an fatly e,al. if aat
saperior ta say that has hum of. re Ua isned.
LIFE O.N THE WESTERN FRONTIER,
F ram ralatiags by A. I. Tare.
A'ftsWtmi, That bile wa bow submissively to lD. ik. MiJ a g. Mia
Alwisetreatur, we deeply regret , appear at the aext Term of this Court, ta be held ! rest of the baad an retreating befera the viUm f
? . THE PURSUIT- She S i SO.
Brpreseating a sMrnabh ea the Praire. A an.
tl Trapper In full parrot! of as iu M.a Chief,
aectea In His war paint and plumes. The sevse
warrior seems urging his harm ts his eimesl speed
si d attempting tedodtretse impending bullet fiom
the levelled pitei of hit foe. Ia the dittuxrr, the
untimely death of our friend, ' r..r the anaatv afChathaatar the Uoart Hu ia
Who, but a few short days ago was ia our midst, VitUben', aothe 2d Monday la Aagaat A. 1). 1 &.
rejoicing with as in bright hopes of the future. Tbea aad then ta replevy ar the property levied
aemmz, i oat in nia oeatn Ilia Vity
Guards have sustained aa irreparable lues j and
aa tbe cold hand of the relentless destroyer has
sow closed bis eyes and hushed hia voice forever,
that are cherish within our sad hearts a fond re
membrance of tha many m inly qualities which,
enabled hia character and adorned his life. . '
Jiewietd, That we deeply sympathise with,
and offer our oundolence to the bereaved and af
flicted mother and relatives of tha deceased! and
in mingling our lean with tbein would fain
sooths the anguish of their bleeding hearta.
Ketoleed, Ibat we wear tbe usual badge of
Biourn'mg for thirty days.
JietJoni, That a cony of there resolutions, be
sent to the family of the deceased, and also to the
City papen with a request that they publish the
aa will be condemned ta satisfy this reeovsTT.
Witness, W. i. Taylor, Clerk of our said Court,
t ad i pi.ir ,k. .i xinu. r u.
St. Louis, May 28. The St. Louis Republican
and lenioerst, both hav letten nlativs to tha
recent attack upon the city of Lawrence. , The
latter says that stores, and dwelling houses have
been indiscriminately broken open and robbed.
Mr. Johnston had $2000 worth of drafts and land
warrants stolen. Mr. Opliff, oolonal of militia,
appointed by Governor Shannon last fell, waa
robbed of his commission, private papers, watoh,
eight hundred dollar in money, and all of hia
clothing. Brown's Library waa fired twice, but
Tha Republican learns that on the 22nd inet.,.
a hundred Free State men wen collected at
Lawrence. -The garrison at Franklin was prob
ably attacked by tha Prea Stale men on the night
of the 22nd. It is understood that Governor Shan
non would order hundred regulars to be stationed
at Oswattomie, a hundred at Lawrence, and -a
hundred at Topeka. Judge Cato of the Oswatto
mie district court, has been prevented holding the
sessten, by threats of the Free state men, Judge
Fane passed though Leavenworth, on bis way to
The Democrat is informed that Jonee intended
to proceed immediately to Topeka with the in
tention of destroying the town, whore soma new
murdors had taken plaoe.
Advioea from Salt Lake state that tha conven
tion for forming the State constitution, met on
the 24th of March, when the oommittee reported
unanimously for a constitution for the State of
1BRITAI OP THK aTElMER BALTIC !
FOUR DAYS LATFR1
cotton doll aatyniTDr rt sua
Petersburg, May 30. Wheat The market
ia active and we note a good demand fur prima
White at $1,60 loj 1,05 ; a very choice U.t wouhl
probably bring mora fair to good White $1,4(1
to $1,50 1 Common $1.10 to 1.35.
: Cottor. lloth buyen- and sellers an disnos-
posed to await further demands. Wa hear of
nothing doing, and quote nominally at 10f for
good lots, at which quotation sales eould be
Corn. Market dull -salw at 55 to 57) from
tne w nan tor country l,t Q I j 04 w asked.
lonaoco. Ihe breaks fur aome weeks past
have been very heavy. Good to fine descriptions,
in dry keeping order, an in demand at full rates.
Common to fan leaf is lowest, and the decline on
this kind is greater than for oilier sorts. Wa
quote common to good lugs, in keeping order,
$5.50 to G; Leaf $0,50 to $8,50 1 Good to fine
$10 to$li. . ..... .t.
GuaNo. The demand continues active. Hold
err an not quite so stiff, and we quota sales in
large lots at o per ton.
Sits. Tuh-iktini. Small titles at dOeta.
A. 1. 1 Son, aad of Americaa Independence the 80th
W. P. TAYLOR, C. CO.
RSTUm SLtOBTLT DICLIKED
foaarra Coiktt, as perhaps many of ear ran
den may know, reoeived ita name la aoaor af
Cl. Forsyth, a North Carolinian, wlte fell ia the
war of IB12,on the Canada frvolien. Be fun he
oatered the army, the Ootoaol waa ia tba habit
of visiting thia place oa business, and aa one Oe
caaion accidentally left hia tavern bill as paid, at
tha tavern of Mr. S., aa old revolutionary patriot.
At 0e soaimtocamenl of the war of 1812 Mr-
Forsyth rscelved Ue eosnmiseioa of ea plain of a
lino eerpe which be raised ia hia neighborhood
He awebsd to Caaada; waa a Wan aad seres ss
ful omesr, and waa several times promoted for
gallant and sooeaasful engagements with the
assay. For ansa achievement hie former boat
would gin him endit aa b bosks for part of
the debt and wbea, being Cuioaat Fereytk he
fall at the head of hie troops, which be bad ea
eftoa led ea to victory, the patriotic eld gent lo
rn aa finally bsJaaosd hia aaeoaat. , ,
MT The "Roanoke Dsns at ret" is the title of
ape pabliahed fat Mali fas, V. C, by Jasaae W,
Fsaestt, Editor aad Proprietor. It raises the
lag ef tkmoertrf, ..
Firs U Tewa.
On but Monday evening, while our eititens
wen at supper, the two story house oa the corner
of Market and Greene streets, belonging to Mr.
Charles 0. Tales, aad occupied aa a Tie Shop,
waa difeoveredro fin, and ao rapid waa tbe
progress of tba devouring element, that all efforte
to quench the lames proved una voiding. But
fortunately for the town, tha fin waa prevented
from apnading farther.
Greene street being Tory narrow, R nqaired
eonstant effort to prevent Mclver's corner bouse
on the opposite aide from taking fin. And bad
it not been for the large throe -story fin proof
brick building, recently erected by those soter
prising Merchants Messrs. J. A F. Garrett, the
fin would Inevitably have spread East, and the
whole central portion of the town would now
ban been in mouldering ruins.
Tbe evening waa exceedingly calm-not
breeae stirring. The Fin Company were oa tbe
spot with their engine aad buckets ia quick time.
doing good service. And the Inhabitants, white
and black, wen out in full force, doing what they
could, to stay the Ira.
A portion of the tie wart and materials la tbe
shop, wen saved. The large assortment of Tools
wen a early all tost. We an gratified to learn
that purtkm of the loss sustained by Mr. Yates,
ia secured la the Greensboro' Insurance Compa
ny. Mr- Yates la aae of our most aacful oitisens,
energetic and industrious The fire was hardly
done-burning, hefor be had mated another bouse.
aad waa ia the can oa hia way to procure tools
and meierialt to go to work agaia. lie ia tbe
kind of s maa to build ap and enrich tow a and
eeautry, . ,
The large brick boose of Messrs. Garrett,
though steading ia three or foot foot of tbe turn
ing house, waa not eortoealy damaged. lie
window shatters were red hot for some time. Wt
aD (eel that thia house aavad the town.
CrsnaWW rtriat Jfug (Vi.
Niw Yon, May 27. The fine steamship
Baltic, Cant, Cora stock, arrived this morning,
with foodjays later intelligence than was reoeiv
ed by the Canada. The lialtio aailed on Wed
nesday, tbe 14th inet., and bar passengers enjoyed
a pleasant passage, Capt. Com stock proceeding
at usual speeu, nut ooserving great caution.
iter news possesses considerable interest.
A Commercial Treaty bad been concluded be
tween Penia and tba United Stales.
It waa rumored that aa American squadron
would soon enter the Raltio.
On Friday the 9th, Russia, Sweeden and Ol
denburg, signed a protocol at Copenhagen, agree
ing conditionally to theoapitalisatioe ollhe Sound
Russia, it was reported, had demanded sxala-
nations respecting the Secret Treaty, signed joint
ly by France, Gnat Britain aad Austria guaran
teeing tha independence of Turkey, but tbe Intel-
igenee has not anected the stock markets.
The Russians under Moorovieff, were eommen-
mencing a new oampsign against ihs Circassians,
1 ha excitement at Dalgium continues re, peel
ing the interference of France with the liberty of
tbe press, but the latest intelligence by mail says
an agreement with France had been onus to.
The disoovsry of several secret societies in
Franns, had caused the government much suiiety.
Affaire in Italy continue to excite much atten
tion. Cavout had presented two important notes
to the Sardinian Chambers.
Wslksr's battle with the Costa Weens, had
caused but little excitement ia Knglrnd.
Cotton onehanawd. Cloned dull. Salsa of tha
three daya 18,000 bales.
Wheat a trifle lower, with bat little speculative
demand. Had vs. 3d. a 10s. 4d. f white Us. Vd.
a Ua. 3d.
Flour a trifle lower, with but little enerulatln
demand. Westers Caaal 82a. a S44s. i Ohio and
Baltimore 55 a 87.
White eom so roe, and advanced ana shilling.
It It quoted at 80s. a 32s, Mixed declined e shil
ling, and dull at zy a
Tba weather has been Tory favorable for agri
cultural pursuits. .
Consols Vo a raj.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA!
Tuati ban Li via raoa aiauit
Wilmington, May, 31 TuarxNrma We
note a decline yesterday of 15 eta for yellow dip,
and 12 etc for old virgin; with sales of 360 bbla
at 2.60 for new, and 1,08 for old virgin, 2,10 for
yellow dip, and 1,10 for bard, ail per bbl of 280
lbs. No transaction to-day.
Sts Sales yesterday of 125 casks at 43 eta,
and of 248 do at S3 eta petgal. Nothing doing,
to-day that we bear of,
Kobim. There nppenn to be considerable na
tivity in tills artiole, with sales yesterday of 105
bbla No 1. at 2,00 2,50- and 2.80 per bbl as in
quality j and of 8,100 bbla Common, at' 1,10 for
large bbla. Sales to-day of 1,000 do at same
price. . . ,
Taa. Sales yesterday of 125 bbla in order, at
1,40 per bbl.
Pitch. Sales yesterday of 150 bbla at 1,40 per
Corn. A cargo of 1400 bushels received, and
changed hands at 68 eta per bushels.
Salt. A cargo of 3,000 sacks Liverpool, re
ceived direct, sold to arrive, oa private terms.
Fayettcvllle, May 31. We have ao abanges
to note iu the produce market tuis week, liust-
aeas is verv dull.
Then is a good eupply ef Bacon oa market.
The supply of Cor ie light No changea in the
price of Cotton. The supply of Flout is good
Spirits Turpentine SO cents per gallon. Raw
ao. no sates to report.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
. Pitt CJot'xnr. J "
Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessions May Term, '
Petition to sell Lands. "
W. M. B. Brown, Adm'r, vs. heln at Law, ft.
William A. Womble, Dee'X
N this ease, it appearing to the aatifaetlon ef the
voan tnat tteanet WomDie la a non-resident or
this State. It is ordered that publication be made
ia the North Carolina Star, published at ttaleigh,
for six successive weeks, commanding tin) said
Oennet Womble to appear at ear next Court, to be
held for the oouatv aforesaid, at tha Court House
in Ureenvilie, on tha first Monday of August next
men and Uien to answer and show cause, u any.
be had, why the prayer ef petition be aot granted,
or this notice will be takea pro confesae aa to him
and heard accordingly.
Witness, Henry Shepperd, Clerk ef ear aald
Court et office ia Oreeuville the first Monday of
II. BHEPPERD, CTk
May 22, IKM. Si w.
v NEW BOOK S.
Married Not Mated '
Mimic Life by MreRltchee (Meweth,
Ballad for tha Social, by tha Author of Ballad for
Ernest Linwood by Mrs. Carollnia Bsc Hentry.
Annual of Hckuliao Discovery for 1850.
Hogsrs Table Talk,
' Gardening for the South,
A Forest Tragedy and ether Tales by Ones
Bhoopae Rseolleatlsai a wayside Glimpse of A
The Old Dominion by 0. Y. R. James.
Travels in the United States and Cuba by tha
Uon Mlas Murrsv.
Italion Lights snd Psnal Frlnetpin seen taroaga
Americaa Rpeetaeln by domes Jackson Jama.
Harpers Maganne for June
For sale by
W. L. POM F.ROY.
May 27 156. ' 22-tf.
THE Aaeaal Meeting ef the members ef Vsrth Tar
llaa si ami Life lasamaee Cossnaay will he held
la Ihs City ef italtlgk sa sluadsx Us 7ih of July asxt.
at II slots at.
JNO. O. WILLIAMS. Beerelary.
Jans 14,11)1 ' Is id
A. ARNOUX A SON,
M110I AIT TAILOR!
5C7 Aroexheoy ff. Y.
VTVIHl.l. Inaef A. at a. A. Araeax havlag kesa
X dlsselvsd ea the 1st Inet A. Arenas, the faeadsv
at the erlrlaal tne, has assseiated with klaiMir his
sea Wlhl.l AM. (! the hue Irw) fnr lasparpese
ef eeaiiaalag ihs aaMatss sa Msveaaal Talleva. ikef
have tokre Ihs stete Ne. MT Hreadwav, hetweea Iks
Ht, Miehelas aad MstreMliwa lletels, ahsre ih.v have
last epeaas a tat aamtawat af Ulethf, CatslsHns shd
Vseuags ef the newest aiyies.
tMr easawaers are emails' Ike! ear aim win he teta
kaaee ikervMHailaa akiek tny yean aitrallea u ta
slaese has earned Aw the seeler partaeri end that ear
nailsnl ears will he ts have every ganavat avails ap la
a saeanev last, tut style aae wavfaashlp, waaet he
vUnahlieaa Laad Marks. The views and opinions of
Aaierleaa Ptalssmaa ea iBnlgrsllua. Using aeollee
tla ef statlsiies of fupulatioa Pauperism, erlaie e.
With aa enquiry Into the tree eharaetvrs af the II. 8.
OnvernaMBt, aad Its policy, oa Ihe sahjeet of isswlgra
tine, Naiarallsatioa of Aliens As By Juha B. Bamlr-
Blent aad Una ring. Hew unserved, aad Row lesti
By .Henry Clarke, M, D.
n a. Husiak. A Bonn tnat I ev aeaainer.
The Baas kg fapsrs 2nd BsrltSj By Julia Ureuxh
Kiehnead, la Bv Ooas Days, Reaslaieeeaees ef aa
The gnarrew urass Papers Or Life In the Ceentryi
By Frederick B. leaser
Peter flatt, The Cape Ass. glsbermea By 1. Rey-
nlili. M It.
The t eatk or tne oia iMNainien i uy resiaei Hop
HimiiIms A nnrel.
Ths Krroad Marries I Or, A lMMghtrt Trials A
doaivrlle T.ls ef New York Dy aatlaka,--
Tke Feed ef Animals I at Jvkasoa.
Tka Iimi AaMrieaa BalUe I Ov. The eeatest between
Chri.tlearty aad Pelllieal Rnsjenlsa By Aaaa KUa
It. II, TllRflEH.
If. 0. Book Btsre.
Raleigh, May IT, 1C II -
THE LASTJWAR WUOOP.-Siae 23 x 30. j
The unerriiTg bulltt has Iresghi lbs grim war- I
rior to the ground, from which he partly rais
himself to give the last death yell ef drtsnre te his
enemy, who seated ea hissad.lls with the discharg
ed pistol still in bis hand, seems to regard him
with a look of mingled pity ami hate. The Aery
mustang steed of the Indian wildly endeavor to
break the Usee with which the Tia.iper holds him.
The petition of the beautiful hlood bay horse ef the
latter, is particularly tine, as lie rejrar U the fallra
savage with starting rye, ears laid hack, and fore
, feet braced, as if shuddering at the untau thly sound.
Two Rpirilol Jlliutivtient efAmteriemi loh ami
Pari! Smmi. in Winter. '
riEKR SUOOTtXU, "ou the BUattagou" Site 13
. 30. . ',..-.. . i ..
Two hunten in ths forr ground are crouching
behind the thick cedar bushus ens of litem aiming
his rifle at a nobis back wb'n-k with two does seem
to have ceme down to the oppoaiK side of a small
stream to drink. Tk fresh snow on the ground
and fallen trees, broken only by tha hunters foot
marks, ia finely represented, aad tha whole scene
one mat win delight the eye or every lover of
banting and wood eraft. L. , :
TROUT FISHING, throogh the loe.) ea Chate
augay Lake. Site23t30. -.
On the f rosea enrface of the lake la the front ef
the picture, stands aa enthusiastic disciple of haak
Walton, who, through a kola cut in the ice, is
pulling ap a fine Trout to be added to the group of
beauties " of tbe tame sdrt," which are lying on
ths Hemlock boughs beside him." In tha back
ground is seen tbe enow capped bills, and mid way
ths wintry blast whirls ths light snow is a ctond
before ito Thlt is an eitremeiy pleasing and nat- '
ural piolure, ia all its details, and glvss a vivid
idea of our vigorous northern winters.
THK CARES OF A FAMILY. Slse 23 x 28.
From th Original IStiating fcy Jl'f. TAIT, lately
exhibited at the MoMim Athmeum, end at th
.National Academy of eVsiow, ef AV Turk.
A very elegant and interesting picture of a group
of Quail and young, (Ufa sise.) Tha mala bird
mounted en a moss grown leg, with head arret,
and eye intent on the watch, lest danger shall"
mettaoeiiis ekargs, snd tbe mother bending down '
with open mouth, apparently calling her children
to feaat on a tiny By resting en tha grass before her.
Twoof the little II edgings an running with eager
haste to eeeun the tempting morsel, the soimi-.
tnds ef ths parent birds, and the timid reliance of
the young brood are represented in this beautiful .
group in a manner which elicits at snot tke admir
ation and sympathy of the beholder, and would
auoceasiuny i appeal to the Icroesrance ol Ihe
i n. d. tcrner.
- M. C. Bookstore.
Raleigh May, IMfi, 20 tf,
tctrlne; Mac bine Spool Cotton.
ORK'SaV M ACN A U OUT'S
Superior Improved Six Cord BOO Tda
".IDOL COTTON THREAD.
WARKAKTRP t fetd k Be. taelaslve, Mas
pi Has sWs ather Thread said as t Ceraj 4
Cjts m Ka .to twhsstva. IS Mae. aeave ether Tkread,
ara r trwa ae te I Ml.
Vail essertanaU as skis sarevlav artMe, (whl-h Is
fnv katk t'pper sad br Thread) Jeet nIM aad
f r sale ey the case ef tail . er ewkagM af sue sW,
ay SLiSASiiss njM'A.
ha, t fine street, Nvw Terk,
Seaevai Agent tut OB hit a MACRAl'UUT, WlaageW'
Bawple fer trial gl.e tree Ml heyers.
deae (, In, Itlm. .
Nrw Ton, May 28. The Canard steamer
Africa, which left F.urope oa tba 17th int.. ar
rived at her dock la Jersey City about 10 o'clock
t - L . CI.. I J I ' -. .-! . .
mas aigns. cae aau pwen prwvMrasiy reiegvapnaw
ap from the narrows. Then Is aa Tory aaex-
peeled ronton In the ootaiu of her sows,
la a mereantile view of the Africa's aowa wo
lad Catena anchaaged la prices. Bread stuff a
tbe aasac aa Last, aad Flour easier and aotauta
Oa looking over the ether aews we find nothing
of a very speuial imparl anew. The English par,
I lament waa ant la sresiaa ap to 17th. Folium
ware evict aad than waa ao etn lenient na the
Central American sfaira. Ia net, the penple did
aot swasa to anticipate that their Miaieter, Cramn-1 "t T saewtaa to t.e uti.UriUe af
ton, wnwldba diemiaacd by thia UevefaaMrM, ur 1 mat milium TiaeVr. iMatald. I
rtasr ae Waa or ' " iu a,e see aaa
mm EXAMI5AT10M ef the Students af tha
1 Ualvereity of North Caroline, will begla aa
Monday, tbe gOth of May Instant.
Commeaccmcat an Tharaday tth ef Jane.
The committee af Vleltatlee for lnod, eonslata ef
it Kioolisacy THOMAS URAOO.
' Oovctaor ef the Rlste aad Free't et-afficic
na. V. U Bwaln, L. 1 U-, I'ree t ef Ihe Cglltge,
William 1. Aleiaauer,
William ft. Battle, .
James W. Rryaa, f
HanM W. Uaarta,
Jeha W. Caaalafbant,
J-ha h. bcaaall, -
w illam A. ttraham,
Cashing B H.seeli, ,
Bamael F. Hill,
James C. Jehaetoa,
Cadaallader Jaosa, Jrn
Matt. B. Mealy,
George C, Meadeahall,
' Jeha M. Menaced,
Usury l'e ter,
Tlslisr L. Btaele,
eersjery ef ths Beard ef Uireriare.
Raleigh. May t, 18A. lit td
lapsrtait tilttl lilUiisli rnptrlf ll ftl&B,
Spring Slock of Booti tad Sbotrt,
TUB 8CD8CRII1KR begs lean to inform his
numerous friends aad customers, that he haa
Just received a large aad wtll selected stock of the
below named goods i
Ladlea Cnn, Kid Cong's. Rd. Galtera.
Bl'k Fr. L.
C. - -llrown'
" Th kAThiaJ. Llads.
Kid " rarodtea.
" A Mor.
bdlea White Kid Q altera.
- Kid Sllppen,
iluwea Cnr. Kid " Roaetta.
" Bl'k Mor. Hd.- Bootees,
lll k Fr. t. Oaitsra, '
. " tlot'd' , ' ' '
" Kid Mor. aad Gt. Coolest ThTt Bolea.
lira. A I'el'd R. R. "
Cha, Ot Welt 4 Mor mm.
Aas'd. Col d Lace Oaltsn,
" " " Hot, bootees.
Rl'k w w
" . Ank. Ties.
Col'd " "
" . Cash Hd. RuttoaOallert.
. I'at. Lea, Strap hoe snd f umpa.
With a large asennmeat ef tient's Cailera, lleeta
and Hhoea, Alto, Trunks, Vslelces, Carprt Bags,
Matrksls and Ituantt caaea, with every other ar
ticle asaally kept In a regular Bhee Htorr,
All In want would do Well to eaB aad einmlae
heft re baying, as I will sell cheap fur cash or oa
lis months time, to punrlnil dart,
. BmT TUB 8U UNO HI HI) It e-Mlnscs In
faeture ia kisasaal style, all Linda ef tk ia his
Ilea ia the moat faahlonablc aud dor-bk Maim, v
and at the ahertest autlea, and at cheap aa the
timet will atlnri.
LlM)k FOR TUB 6K5S Of TllBniil I'.'HIT,
HtSHV l Ulllt H.
Ralrlgh, May tin, lV, io -lit.
sha loha A. Gilmer, Ksq, the Amotieae can
didate ht Governor, aad Oct. Bragg, are stump
ing it lathe Watt, Hia EteeHcocy ie overly
thrice wsleome to every thing thet he eaa make
eg that maa John A. Gilmer, of Guilford. We
know him a cleverer fellow acver broke bread
be is a pbua maa don't hare a white kid glove
to pull off ia abasing heads with agnwon aad
laborers. Qeeea Uragg doa't lad Uaekery ta
deaata aad would gin ap his emce to puss tea
Gilmer's taUate, '
Gilmer la self mads maa. If be never sold
berries and auto far bread, he has aosnsiatad with
boyt whe did, aed theagbt hitaealf aoae the
arena fur it. Ruing as it were firasa the ashee
ef poverty, ws be bald him a eeadwtete far Oov
eraer, aad one of the ebteet mea la North Care
lias. Gov. Bragg ia geatlcmaav aad eaa af eaace.
ded tokatc, la lofaaey he waa Vothad hi the
cradle of wealth, aad his laiaete owe Ut orlgia
te the dimes aad aot to the maa. ,
. JrWam CAnmirlt.
else they did aot mack care whether I
Americaa stnckl still held firm la tha F.ngli.h
markets, aad the weather was more generally
favorable lit ti e sraaor.
Tbe Africa made a firm ran, and rearbed her
deck at 9 o'clock, p. m. The Kaglish hmrwala
la the govera meat's leterew! et plain Lord Claraa
doa's totter reepaetiag the turn rines tm Cut,
Lea, by saying that ths Rritiah Gonramenl have
sjaaalitira of uld cutsets feraaicaad will be
glad to avewt other raitomare far them besides
Uic Costa Kieaaa. A vary lame apoh-gy.
Ths silting r the Crimean l,iard of MairT
an within a day setae of thctr tavminatiuaj. A
peneiim of S,tlA per anaam had hrwa granted
to the marvels of lhtlbusia, la the F.at India
Co. 'a sarvire, as a reward fr hit having aanatad
the four Kinrlnms to the BriUah nnatsisiiiiie.
The trial of i'alater, the alleged1 puuoncr, was
progreacng ia Loewtuo. and kllrarling much at
tea Urns. The most amiaeat momhers of the
Cagliah bar bad been amptovod oa both sides.
A eu'iireas of rfrmra fna all natinas had
heaa held ia La4a. Robert Owao presided.
Petitions Ac parliameejl and A memorial la the
Uwma had baea ad-otc4.
The aowa from the Cuoueeat of Campe la aa
in ts rem lag
TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Ceatt af Plow aad Quarter Beatieet AprH Term,ltM:
F, W. i agalast Wllllsm Tlacer, DaaUt J. Ilart
th, R-1 1. Kills sad William am, tradlagaaaer
the ana af William Tladrv A CaAiUikmsat,
me Oart rk.i me
i MVau af wis
itiaw. ll w ilirtw, mi oaMiratraa to taaCe
la tke Nrth l aMiaa Caw f- sts wti awilrlai tk
aid d6HMaat l ke aad erew l,tn tk Jae'Uea af
ear aaMOaawaf Pleas aad ttaawr gisinaa m ke keM
tm MVe saM Vmrnrntf. as Ike Can Umm ta WUImmmMi,
ea UW to Maaaay la Jalr sou sa4 reptevy, ar Jeg.
meal teal aiH k aaWirec ap agalasl tkm aad tk
Pywt kvM w,s14i4 tellH stymaM ef Ska tVat.
Wiiawsa. hJsn.nM f mmt I wt, ataakala
W,ih.mumi Ik ta Mly la April, 114.
May ink, lt'4. , f5-
BaliW by Ana Flic CerraH
A Issfeaea af tha Amevtrea fetb-y as sy-paaM U
tfc Eauaaskmtatc af parstgn IJaamaa by Taaa,
- a Raw enJe by -
. ., W. UrOMPtAT
May ff. laid tf '
Ot MONOATTItB tlU PAT OP Jl gg fpreslma)
im ta keanaf It a'etwt, at, aad I vtMh
P. at, will k said a ia snalm a, ik kiriwM k444r
the v.la.1.1. r.fnr ks hTIIW ILtKl t lOTtl,
anrvmsr aim aH las mraltan aad Aamrss
Tk kaiUMag Is eatlnly new cad wH atiaated aad
eaaakle af asiwrnmsitsMeg a large acaiker af gawm
tk dlalag ream ts very snarls, aad repaWt f seat
ing several aeasud asttwas mfftakty, sad lis eaa
MlHm tmikss aitk tke ef tk emeteg jn-
tsal sr aawrrraimS ky ts of say atket etsMt,h
Tk l-t4 CW r ike atevd A Rsaaahs ll
read C lyaay. aad that t Ik aatsigk a MMa
Ballnad I 7. r la Ik kaiMlaa, end kvlag Ht-
aal4 MaswtiaMly aa tk Itstlnas, Ik aath4a4ia,a-
leg tke wkate treat at Ike tl psnis u twratial
aavaalagre t t,vwas wk 4, ire ta gag tk tk ka.
stares f Mate! trag. The kaam It at frtwst saj-y
lag s iwt ta af ka,iaas.
It I atae eaasreaaary m eater late a state aataf 14
oVtsvtptlaa as avvsaas wlekmf ta yarikais am n,a,ass
tad t eaamtae ike presaety tofare tke say el sat.
7 ,s vs. a. II aac ta m Iks la saaal payawalfc
aVMuts wiik ai pv,4 tarerliy aM k rr4.
May ia, ma.
T.J JAhkklT A CO.
( . tM'; f vy
ad f RAVgto
I I ty far ths
he ! li. with fni
M h. I
t ejarf m4 1
Opposite) ths Ha tonic Lodge,
Waal Co, wages, Alswienae a4
Cat flat, Vails at ail at wiiaais aa,
Maare aa4 Ua war. f aat mm a4 sksa. aa 4
T"ka aad Cigwa ataal aa4 Pkaav, 're e4 Peea,
aa4 aha, ead a u a,., wsa! f Pre tWaa. aad
UstM, a4 mmt w thMc ! tjaaf ia o
arire i aU f aaaaj H ka aaM Ita aw ak c
twf P tut i mr wfcfctb tac hrkai rtM ina
w, w, wtMintfc.
B.MSW. Asvll 11. l4.
ward rsasc cfy .
Tag Books. Tax Beoka.
II A VI tm aula a lew Tas naatit. modceipreea-
saMaaf flawaty I aart t Wrnsaad llke.
pnAied hea4taf af cash Item af t !.
prspanv, aMer lac late rvre-ia aat of the Ug.t
tan af thia iiaia. .
H B. Tt'BKP.B,
tUlrtgh, H. C . Mag, aht, e
rukletlll Illr-(lllll lid ttf Ikiflif.
Tltg aaaswsi4 has kaa) ..-4 a aa-y t Mr,
t r e t koiac, sar th mmrwr m at ike
sittr4HS 0 isO 0, kw tke mal waia.
eWi 1 sreuwa wk tmtf a p)Maas a4
wu a area f mttw t; toaiHM
si'" astsaam t bH kaiiaw, at aalr a avt, km
teaawa a btatat atms ef eke aatragv f k r
1 1 A !.!.
gu.ii, ai.i, (-m t,
RlllTM t AtlttlluA
MmImsI a-He lateraare (anpaay
f ItRIB rmpr aatnlawac to toewn the lives ef
X all baaltky w kit fart as aae Ulevea.
I he gvaataM riak tahea aa a staglt Ufa it earner
laere are laewred fee a term ol pas to lt years
tor d tbetr valae.
Ir. fa. R. Jidiaann, rrael-toat,
m. D. Havwead, Vice PreiHsat,
J-drolt Wiliiama, Paawtary,
Wm It, Jaae. Treasurer,
M. II, W. Havfcra, Attareey,
lr. Wm.ll. Msaaa, Csamlalag tttshilaa.
Allloa are paid withia Kdayt after aalitfte
lavy praaf la preaaalae,
alaast aad Pamphleta, eaealaf the alaa af f-
rattan af the tfay, may k k4 a aapHaattae
ot taa INaaa, ar aay af the Agaawtaa. All tettare
ea bcttaett abaoH k 44re red ta
Jtm . ILUAtt", JWg
April It, I not. - It. if.
fTt RB aal sStrsws kr in Ptiy r A .!
1 i a-ir-a Ma r. t k s.i..s t,
T .! I. kt.lka, lavalHH! m tkt
rkxtat, Jaae Ilia, !-. .
P.f f-a- af tMr.
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