i . .
u , . t...-.,(t, .3 ami .,. ! ...... '-r ';
I.,n mud falilurnw, u i . in.l.;d u, ll.e oitu-i a.,d I"'"
twucuir..ni.-a ot rr inint uf b....i.ii1 rill.-uin ll-l H-'"1"""
llus uusl ul tAiM.ir.aiuk. Ui-i.o tunic, liu'llig ilif '" T
pied iU ; .11 J tl a,a.m.u which mar t (uui.U lu.: them un.
dor UiK acT .hull bo pa.J uut of any BMBKjra In Uw IrraaMrjr But
.. MberwUa appropriate. . . , .v. . - w
in j, Aiut in U juriKtrnacM, Thai tha Secretary ofwar-
ul mrtuf any ror t " iMaaurr not oUierwi
JVuiua rf Ji. armv, tha aurn.of .k-we hun.irl "tanta.
4r dollart, with iutereat from tha aluta of Juno, l"ttM &-
baa aoouooled to th departaurat, and whlcbaum InclOda. li
BtaM incurred (n enrta to raeerar the aainc. 1
Tjkod htHr fnactmt. That tea a.tttaw.1 of
Km ret-Uainx (iV elaiina of Ue State, of Ooorata and Ala
EiSHdTnc feadt t ifto India. Vg"
ScrTury of the Trc-aaur, pay to Ih. "tata of U-r,.a Itfr cUluia,
w ram'hilit. unpaid tor awney. paid by th. Stau in '"PP""
It hoaUlill- uf th Charokw, Oraelc, and Seminole Indiana, In
Iks rear tiaoWU hondred and thirty-nvo, and alnoa upon proof
hat U,e m. wa. pild by th. Stale; and that the P'oW
lhaartaf gonnwMWlali to Ida ietllement of Jhj e"'
OeoriHfjf military aamcaa, appromi .v.. .-,
hundred and Hftyone, be extended to tha paymeuU to be made
uiidvr Milt act. And that tlwtary of the Trea.ury pay to
l a-aona o . a
the 8 title of A tuba ma, iiim
areM of iilxteeuth Augi
the twenty-tilth Jam
UUtiea of euthUen Ii
and thirty- reit :
Tunc I In 'HI faith
gao. t. And foil
tenant of the corp. o
or ordnance corp, eh
errice ae lieutenant.
tain : 'rwW, Xh
aid corpe h;ill not I
law : A ma pronaea
before thoee who
kindred and forty-two, and
JlUreH anu ioriy-iiiii, "n
of 'Ute Creak lnii hna
Vttlx and eighteen hundred
t made that wld Bute ad
-.-tffl. That whenerer any Ilea-
'j I, eoriM of topograpnical enpnnn
laiii.in);ilJ iit cot-ei4 l i
A. II Sl.rm.erJ ba.l been ficq Jrlil'v l)..!fll
ir. thi.i?iBiittl- Lul Wt lern trqld that
hit nama hould But be feeutd la the cun.
fVUHUVr . ..! , , ... -
Wiiboui dip&rgfmroI lo tba manjr other
cili.cn ut Itlaul ud tluilndion imhe difiricl
w would congratulate friend- ' 'i"1 "'
triet trthe-teieclieff heieetaadaHl. tearet
Col. P. it one of-lbe meet deeered!r popular
men in ite weitern pari ol the State, and bat
Ireqtwmly er4 a roettiW io fce lloutecl
Cummont with great acceptaMHtjr and uteWl.
ne.. (( i a plain, unatiuming farmer, reiir
ing in bit ditpotilion, ratt r arere to puthing
himaulf frrrward in public but on lormer
occasions, when bit fiind have required hit
ervicea, he hi shown a seal and talent ilutl
hat alwayt been lelt in the popular elections.
.....-. v. J
We are auilioiWd to antuMince Ja( W. Hmjuhnk,
Ef., of CliarUte, aa a csnjiJale for ConjjriM in thi,
li ii-! it w ill i.-t ocv:.i.rj..'U ii,
-Xeio Bern jScus.
ftiidU-', l ..t v
I if ever again
Ah I let us hasten the completion of cut
OCT Concord Vfetbytery commenced ,
holJing its semi annual sessions at Tbja-
tira Chorcbrn, this county, to-day, at 11
and brings from 4 to 5 ceHits, on the hoof,
according to quality.
great It. Road, and we shall hear no more
such complaints." The West can furnish
the Eail with excellent pdpfr as well as
jfine potatoes, flour and pork. There are
ton, one at Shelby another at Salem, and
still another near Raleigh; They all -produce
good paper, and we believe cheaper
than it can be boueht at the North.
Rain. Afterseveral weeks of .v.erj drjM4lorovft4ley art? ..remarkably prompt in
weather, we were favored with a most their attention to orders.
delightful rain on Saturday last. The ef- I FROM THE RIO GRANDE,
lint mwajra urcii ivn m y- . j - o-w fl , .
Iii hit own immediate seguon, where he it bett ! fect pi) vegetation js truly refreshing, not The New Oi leant Bee acknovyledget the re
known, ba can probably tecure a larger uie j ony tQ lnnts tbenisetvelC tui"t eVipi .? i',ruiiTlTe papers tthe 30rhulilmo;
tban any other Whig in the district. And all j , prontable for man to observe nd u;cs lUt a rumor wat current in the latter
SSZl dhtrS. r7bCP;; I these things' with more than common in. ; city lo ,.,e , ,1, , ,., ,he ,owno( Edinburgh bad
......n VHtira Mkiitinuoui
re twTw --"-" t ----- i tail iu viuci pani i w .
k.ll t tatv.miitrl to that TtVnk Of k CtiP- I . 1 . . . .I I. I a l 1 Hian ' kAM LnlrAi.til fritrri anm rilllM tfrnWinff 0111 Ol
"Z Y.. 'V7.t rr. in Htherof become of rtonallv acouainiea wi-n mo r "D' . Icrest. A rain was muc uccucu. woo -"""r" "v - - "
ncre beyond i numr ow flj by jf ha faTOritl?t noi l0 much wiih iho parly - w;thbt moncv and without price : Iba new filibu.ier movement. I he rwnor, how
wr, irtm no uiuw r . . . . . i I It I l.u ikom " - - . . . , , a.
Mirw. im K-avt- leant? ri wo dp ncuwtc. mu u i i..v... , , :r ..AA., ;H n aver, rouia noi ue iracca 10 anv reimino iuuivc
" i . i i - . An ii tu Adi mitTn inn v il ni:i:ui uiim iu . 1
v. iAl fu-rthj mjtttt Tlll tnf .'Wretiry oi war . l . L . I . A.nf,.ltta Arl All. " vw" O " . . . .
wttat C b terebi --Uww7-i& & airwrtfi ana-pwiaA-a Jt ji..v.Mjn5.- .j ,1,. ,u,.p nf th Rivr Edinburgh it an American town, ailtiaieo in
eh .f u ean .f rei. ii , mra characier ft pure and mr- r vale and.lhfi CMracterol , t.
1! P. rrr shom he i-jx .nch.mai, ai th. every liriVdrop wasa jew.l most preciousTT w T , .
Ti "bi" tfa ! . ,!. of anv dit.ric. miahl be pruud lo point ! ... ,k ,:, f ,u Hi.m,,..,! . 'd h ben ,aken J a P"' ' law,eM
route for a rallrua.l from the MloMppl river to th. ,roic ocean ; - - , - Ot.lll l.rtl CU IU It. luc ..S"
tht Hi .nm of one hundred anu ntty tnounanu , iu ae lliru ir iitiriininc "..i,..-.-
muchlh-w.nmy be neeeary be mi.l the aame l liy P- f),.moc..g f th 6lh district haB
tUe. A m L-r .i an (..
nl.o t-uxiil luiiii ih cliaiu'i..ii
... . .1 t i i ....
ot Ihe buccajieentii;esit'UitHm agaimimo i"""'" ' i
ba. No man. bred in the principle of W aaliintoii
no native of this laud, who k.vet iiberly in J juaiic. ir
er entured to ultcr the tentimenU he di Not eotilcnl
wilh glorifyuij Fillibutteritiu, b declttraoT la th Sen
at hit opposition to tbt purghaio of Cuba elated that
Spain bad formally retid sovereignty over tlit Island,
tntif J&fcHauA a
lainiug ptttwesaioa of It and, in no equivocal terma, re
commended iosurrectba Uiererw niight psofit by it
fhis it French inoraniy. And thb it the tott of man
tent by thus peaee-toving Adininiwlraliou, to promote
peace, and good-will with one of Ihe power! of Europe.
Y never had any confidence id i French polhict and
French- stateeiuen. With Ibem, might makes right, and
tho eword it the preferred arbiter in every national dis
pute". They hav'nt the remotest idea of Republican,
i i 'i 1 1 . .1 i -. j .
lial ImiiiiH-r ol
.. ,i t) ,. ,
chairman ol ihe Coiniiiiiiee 0) y ' "!';'
(the-most impo.Unt-of alfthv CiT-1
in a similar canaciir i,.t !,:. -It
7 . ; - J VOUIily
Hon. Calvin Graves ha.,ec.nl 'I ' ,
id to a like poti in CatwefL, . , ,,c
j WmVA Wrib .1 NeWjW
Jut ice ol trie I'eaee. a.wl ......i , . oi
So Peace, aud regularly
each County Court, the weighl of , V1
learning and acquirement, lo the1!,.;.,!
Ihe Bench in Ihe trial ol causes.
Eiamplet like ihe.e,i,ik, ut M .
To the above instances mav h .aa.i ..
pute. They hav'nt the remotest idea Of Republican, r oi ine lionv-UKomc Ii. Maducr, wVo'forn,
representative Government.-rand this is proven by two , I)' presided over the; County Conn, 0 y
jit tho moat meinurahh- fiil-r"-"-"""led in hiaUay.aitd and ihe Uon. W jt. ll. Ua m.M . w), mh' '
the present deplorable tyranny which ii scourging their quenlly filled lh same teal how ufum- a,
country. reader understands well enou2h. fsuclc'
Nothing is known to us. in the case of. Mr. Soule, J were more common, the County Courl,
which makes him an exception to the prevailing delects " u ulr ouium ic ,nc
;men. As far at we can tee, he appears ; ten! or Irresponsible men have maniged : "
of hit countrymen.
to poetess all the Gallic foibles, in an eiagerated form.
He is pointed out as the specimen of intensest dandyism
to be found in Washington. The French passion for
ny countiet lo bring upon ihem 0
The price of Laud Warrants is main
.. i.t' .. . a "
4lelCielJei:inonmgliiyp)Siieiiaenim; aim no . Hey are quoted al.Oul as followi
of any money In the treaaury not otherwiw p
Ashtboio' Reporter, We have receired
r!c. It. AdhHfrUrrM1a, Tnai me eneim ..... ....... , r- j .
other rrwo, employed i M "P"'4",, : atieiidaiiCr si Furs) ib Court, and it was said, , ,i,e f,r8 Xu, of a paper ol this name just
iwd"h"rrreptr?S : out ol doors, thai an inlormal meeting or cau. comm.nct.j Hl AshelioroughN. C, by T.
or wefureUetrat Monday in February, eighteen hundred and MJ Tue,J., ..jghl, ,1 which the m",C"CrU " . ....
"Ztti. Aias vW. that in,h.;r.U, ' on. Johl, Hil, of s.okes. ... urgejl to lake B. Woouulrn. Esq. It is Whig in pol.t.es,
of the aotoantof IbaiUateof Vlrihnia, under U.e twelfth tiuo ,.m,r,li- -andi.lhle. under V htinn iheY editor ITiAV tUCCeed.
of the act approved thlrtyflrat Augu eignieen mra . p . - ,
Ideclining ! yexe School Aisembly. The General As-
not scruple ut any time, for trie' saSo'of flllipfay and- to
: . rp. m n......-;iU n I make an impression, to aacriuco u.mmii.i.u m,w
. is darkness the slitter of gold aS canker. ! """" , t ' ' B ! highe- public imeretta Of cour. the aubatratum of
not i is uarkiiess, uie guuer vi sjuiu aa v..r.v. jeU crounded on a letter frnn a cenlleman , . ,i,r.,P wanitv and selfislineas and all ntor-
ty-two,th.eeretaryoi war oe ana n. .. ""' ""-; i tl beliel that he was me tlfotlgesi
fouow the prorMoiM of the act of eecond of June, elrhteen hun- . 7
dredandforty-elKht, proeWing tor the refunding to the ererl could IUII ; bull bat be persisted III
Sutea the amoanta expended by them in raWng regimenU of ol- . , .. . ; ..freed
n Edinburgh. We look upon ibis at very
doubtful newt, and defer further report till we
learn soineihing more definite,
Tho candidates lor Congress, lion. T. L.
Clingman and Col. B. S. Gaiiher, addressed
ihe people at Athevilln, on Tuesday ibe 12ib
unteen for the
III III I
Par. IS, AndbeitfmrtJriurtU Thai the lot of land In ca 0 (J,.orn0 L). Hoyd,'Esq.. of Rotkinghafll
In the eveni that he loo should decline, il was
thought ibat an rlTorl would be made to biing
out Col. Geo. Bower, of Ashe. There are
some of the "Young Americas" of the party in
ibe disirict, ihat would probably, be willing lo
make the $acriji:e,ih chancet ol success were
a. little belter ; but as the chances are in favor
of ihe whigs, especially with such a candidate
as Col. Purrear, ihey are willing, to deter their
claims in favor of ibe older members of ilia
ke ; lemMy of Ihe (N. S.) Presbyterian Chureh j .
araenal ha keen ereclid, and the Mid araeual, be and the ..in.e
are hereby reoonreyed and granted to the truatcea of aaid fuwn
and their ucrceaora. ,
dec. 14. And b it further tnnctfl. That for the porpoM of
enabling the eoramlMiunere of the military aylum to purrhaM
a Miuble aile wiUi the Tlew of etablishin)r thereat a "tern
Biilllary asylum, the ram of ten thousand dollars, in nl.litl..n to
Ihe na In Uie hand! of the commitMonere, ia hereby appr.ipria.
ted out of any money in the treaaury not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, March S, IsM.
ihe United Slates wiil hold its annual meeiing
in BulTdlu on ihelweiitieih ol May aeil,
Lutheran Synod. The Evangelical Luther
an Sj nod of North Carolina will commence
iis lie it annual sessions at Newton, in Cataw
ba county, on Friday be lore ihe first Sabbalb
in May neii.
DUTY OF POSTMASTERS.
We sometimes learn dial
iwill tee Angels you will tee Angels our 'paper it going to an office and is noi call- ..l-fcarleeti
m m Angels Coming Irom tha tpirvt l ed 16r, tot it ailber read by ifte Postmaster or j The aakt n to half-past om
.' Some other matter ol a similar cast i banded out by him l(flhe neighbors, for the , ai 9 a 11 cent.
From the Columbia South -Carolinian, April 19.
NEW YORK MARKET: " "
, 1 N. York, April 18, 1833.
The tales of cotton to-day were (1,41)0 bales, but no
Charleston, April IS, 18.'3.
'clock were 500 bales,
From te Wilmingtou Commercial.
MEhVnG OF RAPPERS.
There waaTiieeting : of ibe Rappera laat
week, in Springfield, Mats. It wat a lerribla
. 1 a at..A k.,nrleaifna
.tl.ir. 1 Here were auoo, ore- , tohtmin from ,be S.and.fd. i. also quotable ch.nfl. ha. reaul.ed nce the .Uamer Pacific
tout present, who were believers anu prac.i- , BuiwUt fo gomo wlLer p4pe. lhl w0 kJ0W Mld,ilin8 upllinj, ,0, Middling Mobile. 10J, Middling
lionirs iu the art and injstery of tpifilual com- , o(-: Orlean. 11. Flour has declined G$. Sterling exchange
inunion. ' Il is ihe duly of Postmasters lo give Edi. 9 J premium. 1
- r. to iU nrranixaimn. a adv arose lort notice when newtuaoers art not taken
a . iu.. . v . . j t
and facing ibe audiewce witb eyet rjosed, taid: ' irom their ofheet
.. . .. . . , ii . .
wat repealed, before Ihe lady closed nar very . postage, in an eucn catea ine i osimaster .a . TJje PeermbHrg in,fnig,nc,r ,hat .he 23dtn
toltmn and interetting obsef vaiions. bound by law lo notify the Ldiior thai the tub- nu1 p ri of Botrd rf Dltrclor,of lh, penurg
Mr. Spear gave tome account of ihe- As icr.oer noes not can lor toe piper, ... .. u. Ra, Road ComptnJi prrwnw , gratifying piciure of
Benton Triumphant. The Missouri elec-
lion has terminated in favor ol the entire Hen.
Ion lickei. which hat prevailed over ibe coin
bined strength ol the Whigs and anti Beuto
DEATH OF EX-GOVERNOR
A Telegraphic Despatch received here
ou Thursday evening last announced the
denth of this distinguished gentleman, at
Eden ton, the day previous.
Hon. Jas. Iredell, bad been Governor of
the Slate, member ol Congress. Judge ol
the Superior Court in 1819, Reporter ol the
Decisions of the Supreme Court lor many
years, and the author of several Law
Books. lie was universally respected and
esteemed. Wc presume that a fitting no
tice of this eminent citizen will be writ
ten hereafter. Wilmington Hcruld.
al cotisideralions are utterly disregarded. ve neara a i
tale, some time ago, from which we inferred that he did j
not bear even a common-place attachment to this laud j
uf l.i. fiAtpluuMaiu! -h..ao brightest interest are now j
confided to "hit hands. According l that report, having
made at much money at he wanted in thia vile Kepub- ,
can cotintry, he et abtait making preparation, lo relurn
to the Monarchical country whence he came, and wu
only prevented from dtting so by diHCovering, on winding
up hi. arTtira, that he lUd not made much money a.
he lii. night he had. If hi. be a true index lo tho atate
of hi ir-riiona, it wiluld Ipave been quite a. wise lo
have rli..-n any lire-euliiig Jacobin ill I'ari., and c.nn
iiiilted to hi. hand, the peace of thit Country Indeed,
il teems lo ut quite at sensible to put a Intub for safe
keeping wtlh a wolf, toetrtrtwt a qoestioH of poace
to .ueh a FrenchMHMi..
Out all lhat we con do i.to hope for the beat. We live i
iu an aire of iiruertt a New llampahire attorney i. in
the teat of Washington, and the prosperity and happi-
100 acre Warrants
80 acre Warrants
40 acre Warrants
av.Tl,.. k.. i.. .
religion in in is communiiy, tliiring ibe pai, ,w,
or three weeks. It commenced in ibe Meihoc'
ial l?lillreh ni.fl llenff.wl ir.lA it.. .A
" " t-onnrrej in.
of ibe Presbyterian and,, Bapiisi thurchei.J
.More than 200 persons have made a pu,i
profession of.relijiion, and have aiuched them,
selves lo ihe 'diflvreiit curctiKji, a, foCow
To Ihe Melbodisl Church Pre.byiei'j-
oj, anu to tna uapiiai ;y i.i ..
rt h Curolinmn,
Curious Machines. Mr. J. Norton hd
nessof this great country the iaxue.of peace aud war j invented a macttlhe Which he ChlNanlo
are in the hands of a French Jacobin : T uicator ot INtfmhers, and Distances, an,!
which is approved ol by the London So-
Tl.a .VW lora 1 ime. tpeaainj; ot .r. no.,,. . .p- ; cjeIy o( Ar,s jt wj, ,e, ,,)e , j
p.t..re. . - -r -v-. n,rnns nass ntr thrnnr), a ,tnnr
' I p,.- "o", vi urate
tocialionsof Hemficence." a tocie.y recently -neglect lo do to. he it Dimteu respont.oi .o , . The receipta eaeeed ih of The Hon. Edward Stanly of North Carol,
orcahiled in ihe tpirit world. Tbt gentleman f lbe UwJof, th. f n, it itrthir crrf at Willard't Hotel, en rouie
did not .ay, where they hold their meetings- are under obligations lo many Po.trnasiera lor ; rf ? f ( a.(, m $7. ot California, where he ...lends purtulng bit
whether up or down .lairs, , foHvarding money, and for promptly delivering frft- (o bf . .- wi ,0 ffductjon o( (he debr . prole...in. TUe high reputation of Mr. Stanly
The Hon. Edward S.'anly ol North Caroli
UilUBI Ulf Ol UUWII Bin, .7, . I.
. a.-' i-.l.. ii. ri,lanrl our oaoer and advisinir us in cases where il
Ohio, there were seven hundred medium, and not called lor Ut ton,, ol ihem have failed
iv hmand disciple.; In C.nctnna.r there -U. Ahtir du.yJr. lb :Uum..
rerre thtsand Uo hundred rnaur lla
cave an io.iance of ihe spirit', splitting a .able tr, and hop. ihey will gi no cause of Com.
II to nieces, in order- lo conviuce a company j p'amt uereauer,
orikeniics. Uracious ! iiot maa wa suppose,
Mr. Gilmer Smith, of Vermont, .aid he bad
never before had the privilege ol attending a
A case involving principle, of general -inter-
Convention of Spiritualists, ihough he had met j e.l was decided in Forsyth Superior Court last
Atrgei-4tiwtHtoti,4se4aHijfa .'bis,gv T4May.Jktdore. Judga SeUla,... Mettra. Boner
lie man know. all about AngeU tery intimate At (iffmerchantt til Salem, bad instituted
ol course. I ul( again.i ine rtlercDiin . oieam uoat ium
which " was incurred in the reconsiraciion of ihe irtek
with iron rails." . Grost receipts far' the year ending
JariuVry Uh lt?53. SWi 9tl.. . ,
From ihe Southern Standard.
Greenville and Columbia II. R. Company.
The Treasurer reports the income of the Road for
March, at followi, viz :
. Freight . $14,276 04
Passage, '4345 3i
f .1 : . k ..mamkatarl tVaaa ft-aainal nnsaail lilt flri.lat
' w ... . a as IjCI II UT iriliriliuvri , hit i w. .r.o i ..a - fcr t
sMmtLm9 ,'nd 9WiP!l'aty bttWttntl'Tngrn V lj7lbJarch, andlh.. rult I think,, look like doing
or in on, ine matter oi eiievnte, lor oaiuars, mrgcu u u. uccu m.. (.
,-r were nut
.X 7 . ... . '. . ..... ... .. .L I. .L-
thi Ji V wat ouiiaiieouelv eublline ana aw. lainea oy ine aeienuon oi tneir goous on ine
"U1WJ B J , . . .. .TL- J.I. -J
ng. Our reudcrt wouia never , river, in ine un u ioju. i m urn; bu
wh) were lo omil ihe following. It milled ; but wat argued at unavoidable, in con.
J-jTrJia racier and opefarioiis of ihe t sequence 61 Ihe cominukl drought and low .late
' ' ul niceline and elsewhere : ! ol the river. The trial occupied the whole day.
k i , n I , . ' and me jury utu noi rerruer incir viruict nil
;e".rKne. the. no, until ihey
liTlcd ! wtn'tey'g. SK iJ
11" $mtol&d ,he damage, a. 175 00.-
Jonx Bei.ton O'Neall,
President G.and C. R. R. Company.
I . ... . .L , kl i lilt, anu iii.iku ius ubii.wilb
iremely ow rn the eeal. of devolopmenl. , In , jeI,Jorer th uauaf lime in deT
V...... Ikatets la Anlt Tllatllifl Wfirftf TOII l()U IlUr U. , . ....
w rilwla lliriu ia a,t. a-..
...Greenville and Columbia Rail Road.-
We understand that at a late sale at auc
tion in Charleston, the Stock of this Com
aold at 814, which is at the rate of 70 per
cent, on thre par value.
LOOK OUT ! LOOK OUT ! I
A fellow calling himtalf Howard hat chiselled us out
of a Cireu potter awl an adrertiaemeot of a rrarJ Clr
cos Company' to exhibit here on 25th April. He " Roes
ahead engaging lodgings lor men ana norses, ana tnu.
for ability, integrity aud legal attainment will-
no doubt place bim al once in a prominent po
sition at ihe California bar. VVo feel that we
inay lake the liberty of wishing him ihe full
success lo which hi. eminent merit, entitles
We copy ibe above from the Richmond
Time, of ihe 15ih instant. Is il the same old
ilory revived, or is ii really true lhat Mr. Stax.
LY is going to leave North Carolina?
OO" The Wilmington and Italeigh Rail Road
Cpmnaoy, have declareda. temi annual, divi-.
dend of 3 per cent, ou it. capital .lock, paya
ble lo ibe Stockholder. 2d May next.
ri'L:. . ,. kuv mi urn innnenre over - r. j
llB .u.au..". -v " - te(J b ,he ,cf 0f GorJ ontw, onrmiee ol Ihe get. hit own, leavmg the. bill, lo be paid by ine com,
.hetons of men. n Mart, .ho condition o incumbent on the Com. P"y; which ha. ".' I-P'y the game i
Ibe-peon e was vastly different. 1 hough noW; I , , , . . . Camden, and lias repealed it here. He mu.t be a prac
.Mhe ' me of derelopmeni. tbey a,e mure de. PBT tha the delay . to caused ; and how Bnd maybe iQ raige lhe
ed than the inha ,.. of he ea,:h . 2Vo1 J
SX'S'"- he;er,nf,, :COrn ViZ!1r'ilrd! W.le.m.fromlh.Soalhth.t.h.Hon.
.1.-1. i. ..La .11 .b. nlanel. he. contract lor tne conveyanceo. Boou.
Cum i mi nj - -
WoiiM tuprmtr they wrr m Keit,
1 1. is derision i. calculated lo make those en
Votid lhat are tlepopuiateu. inisis in coiicc- , . . .
Unreboin the solar centre. All . hi. ".. ;aeTf.Tdrij.ofl-&p.-Fa.ery cau ,ou, ,n r?
i a lire i. on. ... , celvjn rel(,ht when lhe waler in lhe river is
lleman were talking ol a lamiliar and every
, .1 I IM. JI CCfiai1 WMKr. Ull vt
A Strike at Rochester. The Rochester
Feeding Bees. A writer in the Ohitr
Union is requested, by a number of the VulUcalor, alter Uescanting on u,e unpro
profession, to state that there will be a j nobleness of feeding bees on buckwheat
meeting of lawyers at the. Library, on j 'm
SMcrdav afternoon: at 4 o'clock, in lhat with sugar; his plan l.e.ng toptit n
a a - I .. 11.
city, to take, into consideration the pro- rou"u '."ro. Sugt ... U1... . , barrel, less known brands, 6.50
... - .-:i... rv. r... Tk. i wet.it with water, and lay a number ol 9'ou ' '
prieiV Ol n SHHC ir llijun iren. a oc -
oZilemen remarked-Derhnps not for small strips of wood aqross for the bees
..Kliflatmn lhat as things now Stand t lo resl 00 ni.e ai worK. jn every caper
.. . . . . .. .
terd'ay (the -1 1 lh - from . AIantanzaaf ton
board the frigate Fulton. vVe regret to
" FLO UK.
A correspondent of the Charleston Mer
cury says of Southern Flour :
"The demand for Southern Flouf is
daily increasing for export to Australia
and California. Superior Southern brands
of Flour, such as. Richmond, llaxall and
Gallego, sold in New York and Hoston at
' . en ... U n.itilmnra Ima nnt-Kppn
over $5.75, this season in New York or
Boston. . "
. ... .ff.lt is a well knuwn fact that the Flour
of GeorgiaCarolina and Tennessee, will
.v.v. -...v.. ... , "ITi.nir.;.
their comb und.rgeswchange in coruse- . compare itvurau.y. v.... . .
iv. .u hu W ,W.-Jnhn i auence of any thing ihey do to it. If.lhey Flour, and is beyond doubt superior to
Gallagher, of New York, accidentally shot ' re fed with molasses they deposit.e molas-; ort,ej.n pouri ftnJ belter adapted for
his wife dead with a pistol on- Tuesday ses, if with sugar diluted with water, it shipment to a Southern climate and long
. - . , . ....i...
is difficult for members of the legal pro- tmenone pounu o. cc..isuBaf ,,ruuu-
leasion to get an honest living. If that is 1 ""POns Anomrr Mpem
to. there can be no doubt lhat a ref.rrm the contrary, says : j
f H,.r,,. rt !a needed. " hatcver bees cojlect and depos.Te in
' VVe believe al
this to be true, and that
anenidofi. lie look two loaded pistols j is sugatr, and nothing but sugar, when
from a drawer in one hand ; they struck ! stowed away in uie ceus. ui mis any
; .. '! ... . r .'l a. ..,:c. nn enn Alimfv himself hv trvinfr the) eZ-
loireiner : one w ent uu, n.iu iun ..o i - j -j j - -- . . .,, ...
Shot through lhe wrist and abdomen. A j periitient with these or other sweets, as I our Fayetteville Flour will remain seef
coroner's jury declared him guilty of -un- have repeatedly done. The honey o. ong. if not longer, than, other brands,
pardonable carelessness." leoted from flowers is the same -in the Uyhy do noi our friends up the, country
" '. ' L ,al- a If .w, A mm In ilia flrtltfa Wllllhlir IIIU 1 . a '. a t t '
3 i o. ... .o ..w,. , ....j . rharke.f. in not on V macKeiaoie.
W Urn iliHt a liule daiiahter of A. ; modification in flavor, color, or con.sisten
I Urwlerviood, il3rfy,g
7T accidentally came- Xo her death on Tuesl inff bees wjih a substance Ihey rr- e
Tayt pcctlTo ctaug
uruvniiia.?T i tviuc a a r.ce. , . , -i wM.un.
rm a !-..; 1 i . . a ' .
eucr prices i.v.. rvi: ini.nri. .-a., i...M- . -
maA I J " J ' a U kJ-:t. " Tt . "
could Be obtained wethmnve re-row CmWn. The future
C A LI I 'OR M A.
San Franrico paper, of the 15ih ull., stale
ihai th! iillow ing is lhe result ol the census of
lhe ts'it'e tfl' California s
Citizens vl-i 21 year, ol age,
' Indians, domesticated,'
The countries of Nevada, Placer, and Yuba
have reported 9.609 Chinese. The other coun
ties have embraced Ihem, without discrimiua.
lion, under lhe head of foreign. The number
ol Chinese is believed lo approiimaie 25,000.
HEALTH OF MK. KING.
r..Ac,r it is doubt
ful whether Mr. King can survive "many
A Handsome Dividend. Il will be teen that
the Fayetteville & Western Plank Road, the
pioneer work ol thai kind in ihe South, and we
suppose the longest Plank Road in lhe world,
pays the stockholders a semi-annual dividend
olfovr per cent. Beside, this, we learn that
all the current repairs have been paid for, and
10 percent, of all receipts been invested at
part of lhe permanent fund fur re. construction.
Still further, lhe dividend is applied lo about
$35,000 of capilaUeipendod un portion, ol the
Road not paying tolls.
VVe congratulate the stockholders and com
munity on ihete handsome results, but tiill
more on lhe incalculable convenience and pro
fit of lhe road to the country through which il
passes, and loihit place at which il terminates.
We earn lhat the main road will' probably be
finished lo Salem within I wo months ; and that
6i miles of the Deep River Branch will be put
under lull about lhe 1st oI'May.
It is under such agreeable circumstances
lhat the Annual Meeting ol the Stockholders
laket place this morning. Fay. Observer.
!. Soule declared that he would not accept the j ling 111 an "omhlbu'S, and ttllS Cttlelhe TlS
Spamh Mtaaton, except upon ont condition, and that Mlce passed Over al&O. It is easily ad
condition he did not toppoa. Uie AUininitlralioii would . , , . nr-Ilnlln..,i , t -r
errant. I'ooi, beitnr -.,u alioiied as to what il wa., he re- , JUCtl, and IS prOHOUIlCed to Le loUtlltU
nlied that il wa.. that he thuulii hate unlimited voireii . in Its feSLlltS
for the purrhate of Cuba.
We infer, therefore, lhat Mr. Soule ia inve.li d with
-nrrrrnrtcled authority to bargain i for that aland. This
it the object for winch he goet.
If...'. .1 KT .. I. T.I a- "I- r
iU usiciu j.ui-tiii. i ne .. i, Jiusian
Fund Society have engaged Miss E. K
berly. the popular and talented Nbnkw
The Senate (adjourned yesterday ifie , perian reader and actress, to read Mid
summer Night's Hream with the Mfdet
sou n music accorn dian i ine nt ,fo be perform
ed by about one hundred instrumental anJl
die, after a special session of fivjft weeks,
the President having informed it that be
had no further communication to make.
This Executive) session of the Senate has j vocal performers, consisting of tbe fin
been of urmsual length longer than any I artists in Aew lork
other called session within our recollec
tionindeed three times as long as that
of 182U, on the accession of President
Jackson,. when the principle of proscrip
tion, till then unknown in our government
finding a fresh and unknown field, furnish
4 so much work for the ec the. It is not
in the present cask, "we apprehend, that
the changes have been so numerous as to
require so long a session, nor in tbe hesi
C7"We learn that the Democrats hr
a meeting at Winston, on Tuesday -night,
and agreed that George D. Bind. E-a
Rockingham, would be a suitnble candi
date lor .Longress., i xuph l'rm.
Cincinnati. March 29. An imrnrme
mnttu mautiri(r U'saat in MarL-ei Snnarc
(ation of the Senate in giving its consent njgh. ,QB nominate an in(iepfn(ifnl
to ine,.. ; tor .a ,.r,a ut.ur.att.nnt i . j ,jckct fop cj, fficfJ ,Q SUs(ajn ,he ,
there was u.mcu ty ou its pan w.in out ; mon schoo, - )(J ()e e)cwt
.&0.L of Roman Calbolics in regard
ei4 session is to oeiouna aouonesa .tnac..,...,...--, .-6mrl jrBs relbf
H illitn It tr arT eta lol inn en tha nnrt nf thp . i
......vU..j ov..w.. ...ul ;0,,eni Rnd ,he canil(jatfS selecie
executive, unuen. jacksons accession. t ...
uuii trz ij . . n it u
The German, feij
va.- or - V i -k a.- aw r i f K a t.r nit) V ittt'
his party xvas a homogetfeous fscii0i questjon; " f he German:
like, his Canine , " a unit. in n.s se.ee- Calhohc-s and JeW8f participilItd
t.ons lor omce ne nauio consult omj ,s p(J d themsevfS in )avor oJ
own lavor or ine merit o.i no sp"'" i ; pb's Colleges.". Great indignation M
ne naa no criqwrs 10 cnncuiair, nor mc- , ,l
. -.i .... : u "i""cu al
tions to harmonize ; and all went smooth
ly. If any were disappointed, they fear
ed to grumble. And none dared " look re
bellion." The case is now different.
President Fierce was elected by the union
attempts of foreign eccii
siastics to interfere with the common
We coDied a barairranh from the Mobile Wf
Tliurwlav. rele.live to counterleit bills of llif B
(i..m...,..n,l .. .r.,I nnn r,u ,, l harleun, which is, we tmd, ineorretiiasuur-"
elements--a union which we do not mean t rjominatioat of 88 which a -circulated Joa-.
to decry Or disparage and OUt of tills ' bama, in consequence of the scarcity in
- .- - . . -. .n,ul, ...A i... fi hill L.n.- The Uf.aiVf'
circumstance nas arisen numerous ana Bv, ..... ? -. -
... er. we understand, sounou. bill, of that dtui'ui.nn-
almost insurmountable embarrassments ..... r . ... ..enu- nuWt'
of a n
in choosing between Contending Claim- ' mention Ihai they have a vignette of laC1'
ants, bncked by their respective factions, hom-a, while Ihe genuine have an enirinne
if I .I- .i road pasaeueer car : Ihe borders havr a rrprri'
As far as we know any thing of. the sue- j , . ,w.B(i wilh ,. on but ,ie uu.m '
M..ur,l l...liut.l.,ulu I Ii a U.I..I i . m I.ud Itasn ' C r . -l I I ..C t riill lift 00
t. p.Tiui i i i unia, mc oficliiuii ino uccn nyure oi i.iuerty on one siue, niiu .( i"- ,
....... 4' ... i. , .a A.,.l , ,.iK.t rrtu. -j.iitio.rf.Mia. itmrenver. are ull
... . .' J... V. r'om.er. Pr,.i,lein. while the irenuiiie are"''
wraior a t,l,,a&. vatfarild t naa jruihltA- -liarv , --- .
... ...... u3 a . v. u ...v M a . w u.. ,
bihty to the conjecttwa that the North Atlantic Ocean
it probably nowhtre much more than 50,000 falhomt
jnevenrents of that wflr 'tRitrtictan wit! IrWerjsJJ'ffljr. TJn
fnnchTnieiretl hcrra. well M
Of the lew which we deem unfortunate
we wiff hot noxv speak. V" may hav
occasion to express our objectTbm hereaf
ter. - Amongst the additional appointments
made yesterday, before the adjournment
of the Senate, -was that of the Hon. Jas.
Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, as Minister
to England, an appointment which, if the
accomplished gentleman who now repre
sents the country there was to be remov
ed, every .Jbjdyjyjlj approve as eminent
ly fi t and proper.--Sat. Int. April i
Model Iron.-SV e saw a few days eince at lhe
Store of Messrs. Irwin Ac Uuggine, in this place,
a quantity of iron wrought at lhe factory of Ben.
jainin Biiggs, Esq., ol Kings Mountain, which,
il our blacksmith tay the truth of it, mnt be
equal to lhe best In the world. They tay Ihey i
" k'eer Hovee. Treaident: Would lhe MuhW"'"
and all papera thai may have copied its ar"cl "
: euogUlu iuak8 ,Ul ubove correcunn.
- Valuable Cud&LJ&Mg
mi nnus nnraf ra nh is from the Batn la
. A m I . n . 1 ni All,. Ur hose avociw'1
l iiir..i..ui ou.s., .-
i u;m t,.t.l much in the u'"
LUUI I .III., w ,. .. . "
. . .
. i. c . ; V. r a n an. "t)V '
amonisneu us, mow tngi.-i-- .
iling a capital weapon" of attack an
ence. laainjr.iroiii m .g
nr. n rod f i "h H sf OUt Constaufe it t"1" ,
'.I..... ;. - .i th f?round,,n
sirucK it s" Y, .. . f i;i,t hurst f'H
in an instant a uine " ntthal
the end of it. so powerful and brilk""1 (
every thing within a quarter ot a
was rendered visible, and contmu
so for nearly ten minutes.
t,mma. i. I.,..t.. .!.. -r " . -a.Is.-i .1 USeU 88
Hud il f1
eariy ten ijiihu jsa
a life preserver, and strucltj
.1 I 1 T m t hn llfffll.
ine nrfiu oi a
na.1la aa. I Vi.t . U V fi..... I . . a a
..va..t vri.iiuui UI UMULMIK A llW III HIT UrlTa 111 , ..III' a i U vniTIP
il. It such be ihe case, scimaa f i. .h..lrl : been kindled in just the same
used t" i
Copper. Slock, in Copper Mining are all
Ihe rage now at New York and Boston. On
betaken to (he World'. Fain May for eihi- ! ht the instrument may ne - Jf1
lion. Char. Whig. " flo6r an assailant, and a-ftcrwaru
$20,000 WORTH OF
srr.T.iVf: at nfiDUt-ED PBICW
Thk Remains or-Mas. Do.olas. wife of T"
tUuL. nprryman, of the United Slate. Navy, hat, Mondk- a;,monj- -,, 1200 tharet 'in lhe
rformad Ibe aervice of run nine two lines of deep tea q,i,i . .,? .
undines acrott the Atlantic. Tha results eiveplau. S"lh M,nf." Oui-lford were-told, 700 at $10.
' B . ..... T . . i n . Of .1 Alnl I AAA Atnl ' a a
200 at eiOi.and 300 al $10i per.thare (of 5
par, we believe.--Fay. Ob.