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V' V' .'i!v of Kentucky. Crittenden,
B.C1..""' j 'I' " ' riruwly. Knight, Ijnu.
'.V of hid.. Swift. Tatlmedire,
tf.tSSt-V lay. of
N;S,niril..bbimJ. Kinp. Lumpkin, LJ
x t' 07-le. Norve II. fierce. I'ren-
K r!:S entl -h.-Iuu,c- a"J
-JLUJH-tueJ'with an amend-
atfftlL".. ...rflpni-cnentatives. the
K1-";.,;,,? the Cherokees, fcc.
... r - rsin.lVlDZ ti
Tdi,cwW! without "rrmn2 at a
Cunii''erb1e debate rela-
oU pauper, likewise took
f.. i Senate, the ait,uaKuii
.Brjali ns for' the naval service (or
JUtarrr-.t-fB. was 1 constder
i The nrrttrtii to strike t the P"
st liy a two ui tinmen to
I.'.ll .....a Ae.li.f-... I
1 IIV Ulll VT ng ui ,1.-, .
t rn-roctl. and subsequently read
llliirtl "time ami passed. Tim series
f resolutions Bet eir some da ys S u.v
Mr Clv. requiring tle reception ami
kbtirti-mrnt of the-note of specie
.jfin' banks, by the Government, was
Mile up- An amendment to lite fust
0 Mti;iHy'! resolution, mat
Try ot the 1 reasury shall ta-
Mc no order making tliscriiniiiatuma an
nth.' i.i y or ineiiium op pajmriu
jifilri)!- t.ihe Goveniiiieiif, vasolV. r
e4 bvMr WebsterTntl adopted. Stfv
tral 'other amendments were proposeil,
aistion was taken on them.
In the House, the ilay was consum
t ! nrinclpa lv in a vury warm discus -ti
iawganl to a blackguard article
w'lich was iiiailvrrlenrlrr with other
.liicaro-nts, laid JMore - the House a
n;itha message from -1 lie Pro si -aVal
i tH pauper impt'rUtiott ytetn.
A meW?e lf" the Pres'ulent, giving
an nation of the mistake," wits laid
S-ially adopted to rrturn the ohjpction-
' T UK ST A it
iuLEi(iir,'si.VY 30, im,
Thia i a subic-ct in which tho citt-
ti of N'i th Carolina are deeply in
Vested. Anr pnioitiont therefore,
rllculatftl to awaken and concentrate
t'wir energies lu. unite them upon
greatew-actieabic plan Mtught to
wct'ivo the support of the frienu1 of
tlie cause throughout theJBtate. The
writer of the suhjiimd communication.
liotn the Fayetleville
IHi crvcr, it wil he seen, recommend
a St:ue -Cimveniiuu, ttt hit hflJ at
GtveiiKburo', on the 4ih of July, to
tondtlcr of tuelt uiutei-a aa will" or
-..H.-....m..rul anil avrrieulturai
ijtereHt. We cordially aixwiaiLjUPT;
Miiti-in, eiceplas to thfdc d meet
in?. W think the City of Ualeigh
the mnit suilahle place f r audi a Con
rrntion; and if every section of the
Stfte will arnd delegates, much good
wer result from their deliberatinu.
Let them not be diecouraged I former
fulurea. Tliere is a decUled hiiproife
ment in nuldie sentimentt the niirit f
ph!ic iinprovemenri tnnrvj geiteral'y
iliilWil: it a importance i better tin-
iletstontl; a mure taeorable state of
leeliueiists; and. ever? thing but the
wretched condition of the currency is
Binre pnimisinj. Then, will Hot the
patriota of every Wction come together,
nrl rln aoniething fffr tt5 "Old North"
.Vr. nfe: The recent Comine rciul Conven
tinn bel.l in Augusta, and the one pnpaved to
I held in Virginia in the month of June, have
awskened some interest in the nutter in thia
"Hion of country. The merchants of the In
' trrjoi have fett sorely the difference of exchange
lietweeii this Mute arid New York; for' while
the 8dutU furnishes the basis ef exchange, she
ati'la If om the course of trader aa at breaent car-
innvih she is antrnarfy "taW ahrge-w-
iwuiit in Ihe way of exchange. This It I
hrtttved, would tie obviated, if the. South ex
ported her own products, and imported goods
a return. Tb Cotton and other proilurtions
ef the planting States, if sent to Europe direct',
nd th.-te aold, or exchanged for goods, to be
imparted directly into her own ports, would he
a iimneiiw saving both to the mcrciiaijt and
ti' 'ltntft! South Carolina haa taken the
hi'l in this business, and frorn the eiilefprixs of
'"rciine,,,, stie t i (loulitles carry out the
VUiiiujb.Uh1 In the Augusts .poiitention,
Vifinie, eipially alive- to .her interest, is also
racing, ainl will not stop until she accomplish
Mher part of this great work.' They both
nieces in their' efl'orU to resuacisani ihe
hnt we wish them not to do, it at tbt ex
pease of our own State. She, Wo. Plight o
raw up ,ni hurkle. on her armour. Her re-
smrcea are equal to those of the most favored
' H she tsouires - is a cheap and easy
"mmunication between the Sea board and the
"ei. Let our citizen once agree (o lay aside
t'lcuUocal jealousioK, and unite their efforts on
ejie scheme, ami it Can be accomplished. That
alt. i should he the building of a Jlnil Road from
we head, of steam navigation on the Cae Fear
Koer to th. Western part -of the State, thereby
peniiia; a direct and apiedy eommubicalion
t wween Wilmington (which ought to be tho
pomjof imprirtaiion lot North Carolina,) and
t e counties of the interior. To draw puhlie st
"nti;'n to iM. aunject, and elicit the view and
"pintonD of tmellieent men, in Variotls parU of
U'Stauj, I would suggest ;the propriety of
iwlJinc a Convention, on the J,Hh dap if, July
w. ix tbk tows or Gnaaaaeoaocsa, to
nler of such matter a will prometMhe cora
rcial and agricultural interesU of ouf Bute.
Guilfird e.j A. C May 7, 1838.
.ANNEXATION 'OF TEXAS.
..V COnmenca. in tntXan'a Star, lha nnhlu.d
t'4?4 the eloquent and Interesting apeech
v 1 ton, in support of hi resolution for the
"V Texas to the United Btate: n
ncniy repay an. attentive peruseL
' : , s ,T E X A 8, ' ..l
'We have received file of the Houtten- Tte-4
graph to (he. 2nd May. Coojtcm in atill in
session. ... . . , .
The committee on finance of the Senate hat
introduced, a bill to establish a National Bank,
the capital of which aha! consist of three mill-
of dollar, to be furnished out of the mo
nies which may be received Upon the bonds', of
the Government. .." " "j ' " ?
AUHh aajiaaaeil the Senate- authorizing a
loan of. fife iiilionT"rJTlarVrmnJbfie
IIimim, ailthofiiinff the' iaaoe of proiDwoory
netee'to be aumenled to one million of doUare-
The Hon. M, D. Iamr haa been nominated,
fur (tie officr of President, end Hon. D. Q. Bur
Det for liratoT Vlee Preldmt of the RppiiWie,
by a pulilio meeting held at Columbia. :
" Cbl. Kich4 Sparki, while engaged in loca.
li ig' hud on the Trinity, wa killed by com
Jiany of Indian. . r. ;
At an evidence of the health of the climate
on the upper water of the Colprado, it U staled
that in the town of Bastrop, 7 year old, whose
P"Iul:ujoii before the revolution, amounted to
to five hundred oul, there are only 11 grvei
It Uitatrd in a New ' Orlesn paper that a
resold pion ha pawed trt first reading in the
lYxinn Houm of Reprecntntivc, similar to
that uf ho Senate, withdrawing proposal of
annotation with the United Slate.
A characteristic anecdote is told of Colonel'
Crockett. On bi arrival in Texas, he went to
the proper officer to take the osth of allegimice.
The form prenenle'l I iund him 1o obey "ihe ,
present and future government;" which he re
fused o sign until the word "repuilican" wag
inserted Uefore'tlial of "fJovernment" alleging
that the "future government" rriightbe ilriputic.
TUS VICE PK ESI DfcNCT. . '
Senator TALM ADGE, of New York.'ha
been nominated by the Conservative nrgnn ot
that City for the Vice Presidency. Mr. Tat
madijo is a very clever man;bul we prefer some
body else. The Hjn. JOHN TYLER, or Vir
gmia, is our choice. He would no doubt com
mand the united and cordial support of the
whole whig .party of the South;nJ we can see
no ren'nn why he ahould not receive that of
d-lhe -Nihi - Hi-irawTd-TiuWi
alateaman, a true patriot, and an liocieat man -
virtues which strongly recommend him to the
0-! nda of constitutional liberty throughout the
L'oion. There are, howeter, many other dis
tinguished individual of the whig party who
would fill that or any other station with honor
to themselves and benefit to the country.
. CONNECTICUT. The people have com-
meoceil the "saarrhing operation' in the Sen
te, I Mr. Nile, U. et. Senstor from Connectt
cut, snd "wheel horse" of Van Burenism, haa
received tlie condemnatory vsniict ef hit con
stitnenu. Pannia Kiiaberly, Esq. (Wliig) ha
been elected by the Legislature,- hi auceeseOr
ia the Menale, for six years, from the 4ih of
March next. Voter for Dennis 7,-Nitcs 39?
The .Vnar VnrmuUw, there ia hide
euM, will unshirnottsly support Mr, Clay for
u CnuUn.' '''Ttee Kew York Time. for-
javly aa adminitraiio, paper, and now the or
er the Cauaervaiirea of that State, he
hoted the Clay dag. It will go . for Henry
Clay as Preeidnt, and Nathaniel P. Talmadge
as Vice President of the United State.
tfole Ctuntf Cturt passed an order last
wcvk providing fur the more eonil'ortable- ac
coenmodation of persons imprisoned for debt.
They are to be confined in ah apartment hei'e-
lofore used by the jnjlor, which has no cominu
nUaiion with the other ruo of the prison:
Mr: Alexander Ciinidiell. of Ibis City, was
appointed Hanger, vie Mr. A. M. High.
At the late meeting of the Wilmington and
Rali-igh4Ud Road Company, a reaolutiou wa
adopted directing a reconnoUaiice to be made
with a view to a bri.nch uf the road front a uiiit
J?ar.iUJSj!IM.tt.ss thia Citt.
A letter received at Ch irterteo 21st instant
at ate that Alligator, who bad been sent, o it
boot a month since by Uen. Ttytor, had re
turned with S 17 Indians, men, woman, m
children, and the iiiipee4ion ia that there will
be no more cainnaignug,as it i supposed that
4 tlf dis-Indiens wU m w-wthe.ufsf
MISSlSIPri ELECTION. -
Return have been received Irom all the coui
tics; which give Premiss a majority of nesrly
thousand aud Word from three to five hundred
.They aretiotall official; bpt are, believed to be
oearly correci.' Thia result complete the grand
climax of Whig victories, and ewecpe away
the last hope df Van Dureninn.
The Fredcrickeburg . Arena ay: "It tusn
qut that both the member elect from Mononga
lia ere-Whigs, This enables ur lo take one
from "the Van Huren to add to the whig aide of
the account, and will give whig Majority of
two on joint vote supposing, aa we doulrt not I
will be toe case, tiiaitue two vacancies win ue
filled by whig.''
The sign ol resumption are favorable. A
Convention of the Dank of South Carolina and
Georgia waa held- in Charleston on the 23rd in
stant, whfcti umuiimously resolved to resume
specie payments on th 1st January next. The
Banks of Boston, Providence,. Albany, New
York, and two Bank in New Orleanxha. al
ready commenced," . , T
A Sycct t rro.-,The National Intelli
gencer team front ileNew York Correspond-
ent, that further trouble i apprehended on thej
Northern frontier, growing ''out or the Jealous
and irritahle foeliotrambng individual sui both
J j r .k-Ji.i.r.o. line ht.'t th. United
I fX....I. Thi Cwlins UiKMaaiin.
Hfeste6iasrtyly-trBi sundry persons in
effigy, among wrwrni we an sorry to lesrn nai
the President at the Lmteoiaie Da aunarea
.THE PHILADELPHIA MOB. ;
The snob which destroyed the abolition halt
in Philadelphia waa occasioned by an attempt on
the pajTif thl
tab!ihd barrier -of aoclat intercourse.'
Black men and white women paraded the
street arm in arm, and were seated aide by"
aide "cheek by jowl" in the motly siseembly
of 3000. They were ddresed by Garrison,
Mr." Grimke, Weld, Miaa Mutt, Vc The
moral end reflecting portion of the community
iwere-eoA.lBflajBeil, Jit th4lvtBlrlK.UtSn,tje
proprietiee ef decent ebeiety, that they resolv
ed it should not be tolerated, On the first e-
vening, nilane wee only thrown at the wfii'
dowa; on the second, more than teu thousand
aeeemblodV forcsd the doore, burnt dwif-the
house, and returned peaceably te their home.
An ineflectual attempt haa ainee been made
to burn dawn the orphan school house for co
lored boys. . "
Extraei from a letter to ilie Editor, f -om Jolm
a'on'cnumj, Hated l?ih May, 1S30.
"At goodneoti alwsya acceptable, it mat
not be sibisi to mfq-nt you that there it acararty
su Ailministiatinn man in our fSteveni dis
I'tH. At the ln tJovernor'i clecjinn Gee. K.
it Duillrr received almost a uoamimous vote In
iJ district; only three voles were eiven aeMnst
Im; hI so. at our Ust election .for raentWta to
the ficnrral Aitemnly Ibere was only one vote
given agiuuM Aiaj. r. v u Hams, our v. Ing caii-
ilulKle lor Ilia aenata. 1 think e ihill elect
Whig Members from Jnhn ton to represent us
in lire next twrueral Assembly."
And we bope from cverycftuhty in. the Stale.
Iet n not beeoiileul with a bare majority. Wt
avu every' ennobling mctive lo. animate n in
be approaching campaign, fur, in the language
of a very mgtteiivnt contemporary, 4,Tlie pres
ent is believed K be an important era in the po
tstical liittoiy ol lbe country. " Who Ibis contem
porary Is, or whether, with 'Hamlet to the play-
rs,' he "spake the speech as it was spoken lo
iin," the throniijti saiih not; be this as it may,
was wilt spoken. 'The present is as important
era." And can it be otherwise when the ancient
sages and Isnilmaiks of our system arc threaten-
it vt ltU defilemtnl snd otenhron' The band el
Ihe spniler is upon them. Will not the people,
will not the whigs ol North Carolina act well
ttieirpait in this 'important era'' The Stale re
prices it of tjiem high and weighty eonsiiiera-
lion 'COMMAND EVERY MA TO DO
The Madisonian slates that Mr. Talmndgo
was opposed to the expjnginf resolution, and
only voted for it in obedience to the instriic
liona of hi Legislature. -''
Reuben M. VVIiitney, the great regular of
the pet Bank under the reign of the old hero,
tins appeared in a long letter published in the
Maduomaii, addressed to Senator Wright, de
lending the Banks from certain remarks made
by-lhraid Sarvtfor in ha-Uts long-winded re
port on Mr. Clay's resolution- Reuben 'don't
care a wltit about the bauks, so he can get the
We have received a copy ot the able and
ecortching speech of Mr. 8tanty, in which he
so complrtrly-nscd up-Mn Totrcryv urrthe- Dtp- t
! Report; which we shall take the earliest op.
portuuhy to publish. The spirit and ability
with which ha repelled the attack of the Yan-
Keer, errjwwriiy vr tis-wvswv, ..-(.- .,.
and will find a response iu tho heart of every
troeoo ofNorth Carolina. . "
Tbsre is a report that a whole company, be
longing to one of the regiment lately arrived
in Canada from Great Britain, deserted arid
crossed over, a few days ago, to the New York
aide of the line.
SCRAP TABLE. -
A NewYprk letter says: - - r
bouiberu funds are rapidly improving here.
Some of our bank have ollerej to Southern
bank large credit here, which ha a decided
influence in templing them to the. resumption
of specie payment. I ne t'lillauclpbia tianka I
are W-uudui Southern. P.per. The .x-1
change feel the benefit of these movement.
A Bftldmore paper y thet - hum.8 skele
ton ha been brought to. that city from the
fiacky mouiUaius, Jioar the head watcra of the
Missouri, in height eight teet nine Iridic.' ami
weighing one hundred and eighty puuiid.I
- IJiernl J)anntien The Board of Brokers
ill New. York have voted s donation of $1000
for the suAeres by the late fire In Charhvtou
The amount of contributions to the Charles
Ion sufferers that have been received at our
!-.- .i. .Lu,) coo mm
. The following is from the New York Evo--fring-Poat
m Jackson "Vatf BdrW hapei.-- "
I'll i not to be disputed that our meaanrex
have accelerated the present state ol tilings,
and no party on withstand the odium of such
"If our Master do not r medy the evil that
exist, we are overwhelmed beyouud any per
adventure." ' "The present state of thing is not to be en
dured" - .,.
Truly this is bard "Our sufilerlngs i in
We noiice tho performance nf a very re
markable pedestrian feat en the Union 1 course
at Jamaica. Sunard the )"ankee who accoin
pliahed hi ten mile within the honour, under
took to jlra i a sulky round Ihe couxse in seven
minutes, and performed bia Uuk with ease' in
5 minutes, 45 seconds. ,' 'i . '
- The Treasury Note Bill, having passed both
Houses of Ceugress, and been signed by the
President, i now a law
.Tho public work of Pennsylvania are iq
the full ttthvof successful operation. The tolls
received during the week ending en the ' Atb
inst were f 34,151. From the 1st of Novem
ber last op to the Sth instant, the total amount
of tolls received has been $114,754.
'Com. M. T, Woolsey, of the United State
Navy, lied, last week, in ,U'ic N. Y.
. U'ul intr lime by this Ftrtliick-h good sto
ry is tojd about town.'aay the New York Ex
press, concerning Jesse Hoy I and the Custom
House. A Pat, fresh from Tippersry, his foot
not yet warm on American ground, hearing of
the success of MeUubbtn and other," in get
tins offices in tbe Custom House, went op to
the new Collector with .a ''Please your honor,
is there any' more vacancies! i'm aft her a
something ot other. . Jf I bad not - bad a long
passage I would V been hertayafbre. if you
have'eaoogk for ua all, I'l send for all the
boys if it pie your honor, by the itimer
Americads a swats Country, your honor
Pet, we suppose, i put on' promise, in the
Sixth Ward, v- . --1 -'. " ..
Tbe frcat Arc tie prohlom has' at last' been
aolvecl.. It te now eartaiii that tbera.exisua
water eeataianleauoa betweaa the Atlantic aad
Feci tie oceans around the Northern portion of
the American - Continent. ' To England,
through. the enlrpra. f U-- HaclTOn'a - Bay
Company, belongs the honor of the ad'atr.
Mr, ifs. The Madisonian indignantly
contradicts the report thai Mr. Rives is on the
"stool of repentance;" and declares that be haa
lot! allcmidenct in tht trptrimentm "as
pKlicia;andiH Van Murtnat Vhirf.Wag-U-
trat eiA , Ho they ere separated
and an impassible gulf i fired between - them.
Two French Frigates have arrived in Ilsmp
leh Roads i from Havana.' On board one of
thif nY.-wanlMi Jntie be- iotnvitiib-bitd.
son of Louie Phillips, King of ' lha French,
who Intend to make a toiir through the Uni
ted States. "The prince, and asverat OlTicer
of the French Navy, have gone .to. Wanting
Ion. - ' ' -ft.- 'v - -
,..'' Mil. WOODBURY. h
This gentleman haa been nominated by
Gov. Hill, as Chief-Justice of the Supreme
Court of New Hampshire.- The nomination
will, of course, be confirmed. Rats quit the.
sinking ship. . W have seen nothing more
significant of the downfall of the party.
The Bill, appropriating $300 000 for the
Construction if tho Falm iuth and Alexandria
Rail Road, through the--District, haa p;-.sed tho
Senate, The lonveyaoce of the mail without
charge ia a condition of the grant,
The bill to continue tho Cumberland road
ha pejwed both llousea.
Jtnleiifh, May 30.
Bacon, per cwt.
Corn, er bnshel,
Cotton, per ll.
10 00 a 11 00
00 00 a 00 20
00 7& (i 01) HO
00 07 it 00 08
' 6 SO a 7 00
BO 00 (i 1 0.)
0!) 10 a 11
00 75 a 00 HO
00 10 it 00 12 J
Faufttrvil'r, M,. 23.
10 oo a iroa
00 12J a 00 13 J'
00 00 a CO OH I
00 80 a 00 85
J S3 o 7 50
00 35 a 00 40
00 07 a 00 It
Bacon, per cwt,
Cotton, per. lb.
Com per bushel;
Candle, F. F. Ib,
Sugar, brown, lb.
Bacon, (Hog Round.)
Apple Broody, Last crop,
St. Croix, .
Salt, Liverpool, ,
Iron, swecda, per ton. f
11 to 111
OS a 70
10 a 12
7-4o. M U2
10 a 11
f 2 60 3
$100 to 110
- B4 a 60
3 75 a t) 73
5 SI tt 13 60
SF.XATE OF THE UNI I FIJ 6 t ATES.
Undtr; tho opemtion ol the ptnt ot reliirtH
which now pervtetlie count ry we my exe,i
a renovation in the Senata Chamber tin ihe 4i Ii
of March next. Tbe term ol the f jltiiwmg
Scnatoi t expire on lli:il iU)'.
Ituel Williams r( Maine, l.oeo FocO.
Helij 8wiH",-ot Vermni.i,. log.
LKiniel Webster, of Massaelnucll,, Whig".
. Aiher Uobbina. of Rhoile ltlanl. WJiie. .
John M. Nile, of Coiitieeriem, loeo Foen.
S. I. Tallinaitge, of N. Yoik, Cnnsci valive.
S. U Sonlharil, of New Jeiaey, hig.
Sam'l. MvKeea, of Penn. Conrv:tlie.
Kichwrd II. Uayard, of Deleware whig.
WWtt- XUwwk, of JUabuuVAUti
iV. O. Itivt. of Vhinia, Conservative.
.fl..l. Trotlerjjif Missitiippi, lneo Knee.
- f'elix (jiumiy, of Tmiesare, lye'o Foeo.
Thoma Morris, of IMiio, I jico Foeo. - .
John Norwlt, of Michi;un, llama Vawu. ,
VV. S. FulliMi", of Ai Hausiis, t-oeo Fmor
Making eighteen Senaoii-of whom six ate
'Whig, fnurConwrvaiivet, aiul eigM Ij'eo
l-'oso. Two M the Lfloo . FVeos, Mestr.
firtinilv and Nile, have alreaily received ilieir
d'sreitsal, and Messrs. William Wall, TVol
ler, Xurtell, and Folton, will nioal probably be
ejtaied by iheir respective ta-g'Uiuixs next
wiuler. .Nlissom i we frsr it incorrigible, ami
ibeiefore Mr Tlinrnas ll.'Benion will relaiii his
seat. The Whig Senators will all he rs i h rii-il
nt vuqcenleil by geiillemea of I l,w same politicr,
anil Ihe ' ConUve i)) have in give vj ay to
rleeiiled Whigs .The arxt Senate will 'then
sonsivt of 9S Whigs--a Conservatives, ami S3
L. Foao. Halt. tVArsa. '
ft-xlanJLegfilinn. The Hon.; Metn-
. ,, ... ,. .
??t' Eof trar.rtHajry.'.nd
Minister Pleniniileirtiary'of the Reniib
lie ofTexatopk Idsi-tleiartorfefniin
.W(tliington on yesterday leaving F.
Gen." Hunt, duringhis residence in thi
ttty, won Ihe regard and respect of men
iu private and public stations, by Hit'
urbanity tt-ht manners as a geBtlema.!
r and the dixnily and propriety of his
deportment as a Mint$ter. lie deserves
well of hi country; lor'tt im lie pres
sod the ohlect of.his tnsssiim with a zenl
has tot ctnnprornkted the dignity uf
iiis Government, or the chivalry of -its
people, bv the. least anparanr.e m in-
i rial y or unseemly impiirt unity, .In
every respect iu his private and public
relations, lie has conducted himself
mtirh to his own eredit, and The honor
of his country. He leaves this commu
nity, witli the esteem audeaperl of all
Wo understand that, previous lo his tie
parrtire. a special iuAitulioti was given
to him, by tlie distitiguiehed men in Con
grss fif all political parties, ia a diimer
With them, which was arcepteil. . -
: u : - - .
- ; CANDIDATES - . . '
)Ve are authorized to announce Cel. Bargea
S. Uaither, a candidate lo represent lha dis
Irict composed of lite counties of Burke and
Yaucy, in the Senate of our next Le.iuliture.
. ' . ef .
We are reqnestej lo announce the Hon.
Wm. B. Shepard a a Candidate to reprveent
the Senatorial district composed cf Ih countis
of Pasquotank and Pflquimon, in the next
Legislature. PhnixU , , '..'
,. We'are authorized to- announce" Albert G.
Proctor a a candidate te represent the equpty
of Pasquotank in th Obmwon at the neat
Legialalure. y(, v y
We are requested lo announce Gen. J. N,
McPherson a' a eandidateto- represent tbe
Senatorial District composed of the counties of
Camden and Currituck. Ai'. ,
GranvilU.--John C. Tayor,'in the Senate,
and R. B. Gilliam, H. L. Robarde, and Henry
W. Jones, Ih the Commons All Whig, f
Eilijah Hester,', V B for. common
Carferel and Jonrtsn thai Senatorial Die,
tncl Epoch foy s tb VVbig eandi'late.
JfrtnrfsftA. Junnthsn RedinaV T. Lane, ck
Dr. Wm. B, Laneejehatr; Zebedee Rush, Jes
se. Wslker ami Denj. Hawkins, Commons. All
whig iut twe Mesvitrr. Lane and Hawkina,
"' jaw fSif"
Will be sold for eaab at tUe-CooK Houea in PiUsburoegh, ea .Monday tit tJ r.) ef Jely Ka"rV
th tol lowing v -.-- m
' VMB-Ba aaT A-JS.BSfl nn
ee to mesh thereof at will aatitly lbs taxaa da
M - ii i,n yym'M' v vy M.... e -v,r
Of anveril-Hi, ate. to WHt '. . - '
liu. .. Waters. .
aer' .'. ' . '
-Til lkaie wveek ttesry t-ksloa
9TS : its 'shit iohnstoa
150 ' 4a it H Smith
79 Cain (Veek ' I Itiomas l-jmlley
I VMsrep River
3i flo vie
John Fouslwe; "
4C)ti Pattert'a ereek
60 Uukuoau. "
3)I Itockv river' :
lo Saeileea -fhom.ft
U ru rdirlatwl
' ' do
X. .ttle Hear r"k
-KSi,a.l.Ui creek A Holt -
-M'HfiolTs aretk Unltnnwn
Z.J H or chant
25",H. Uml's er
l.i snl 7.
10 I Vick's eerett
To half acre loisi" the lown i.f llav woi.il, I suu
Jolm,lmi, .v.lned at .1 l;'tin8le x IS. .
Einhiy-five tots in ih" Inwo ol nay wnoo, niini
Amount ol va.loaiio f i t -3, iloiitile tax, yU J 7i.
May 11. 11K3 iU 41
IViee a'lv fit
Ciirl.-rr!. Elijah S. Boll i the Whig can
didate for the loiiiinon.
Orange. The following Van Buren ticket
for the I.C'ri.liiture hue been nominated in Or
angc, vi.: Uon. Joseph Allison for the Senate;
Col. John Slockard, Col. Herbert Siirta, Cd.
lleij mitii Trollinger, and Dr. Jullita Braekeu,
or llie.lluuse of Common. Whtit Ticket,
which has been heretofore published, Mr Wud
dell, fejiule; Menorv VVm A Graham, N J King.
John lloon and Willie P .Miinsum, roimiiiuis.
f'Aoienn Thos U !latt';ltton, for rouitnons
MecklenimrzV H Vrtef M Fox. sen
ate; J M Hutchison and G W Culdwell, c
H.'iii.-n. Cahimbut o.irl lintn..?hk Wm
R Hall. V.
fli imsK.,Cit Dr, F. J. Hill. W. rnm.
,'ro .irisver C Henry, sennte; J T M'd
ler and J ' McAualan, com. all V U
Onitt-w. Dr. Dishongh, W. for ('ommons
Cr(iBeWnm.-Jolin M Lean, Senate; John
Wiitslnw, eonitnnnSi Not complele.
t'liltimbnt. Augustus Smith, W. rnmmnna,
- Brauforl tml lvle. ien. J. O'W illbms,
W. U a rnndidutc to reprsarnt thia Senatorial
moii. , -
CoW.--Jame Kerr, Seiratej Littleton A
G win, Nathaniel J. Palmer, and Levi Walker
LockrilJuw. remedy has been die
fttvei d L r tht ilteaill'il ancction. I
is nothinz but the afiltiration ol warn
a I ion -r L-v made fiotu wmI 41k.'s. 'I lit
put injuied ahould be bathed in the lc;
liequeiitly, and if it lie in a p,rt ol tit
body that. cannot he conveniently iro
mer-iril, apply TCatinele hetted ritli tht
ley. -u anorua sj.eeuy rettei anu gratt
uat cure.' 'This i a very simple reme
dy, but it ia. worth roivjeitibeiin?' ant
trying. Ihe simplest aie ot tt t'y
TrnrstTrfficTpnt agents. M jny caret a;
s nd to have tx-vn wrouaM by thia.
" JlIltKICI. ..
in t'rinre nnwsia nwaiiir "i
JM.lv: bv the Jte. Alr.D-oire.JEev. John l.. .4
vfO. of the ISurtn. varouna t-.rtnierene , ti
Mjsa Bl'-xalwth, daaihu-r of Vu, John t'terk.
On the.Mih int. irt New York, Mr AU-xan-tier
MuirMui f Raleigh, to Mrs Eltxj Guno, ol
Thurso, Scotland. , "
In Lincoln, Mr Ihis Scilz to Miss I-evine R
Linkl In -Orange, Mr. Sander (.'le 4o Mi-f
twaii CticiA., ;
tit Portsniouih, V oi die fllh May, John
Thompson Hill E1 Editor of the "PiHUmouib
Tiwes.V to MiaMary Eli, eldest daughter of
John A ('handler; "R'slf "ofthaf place.-" "t
In Newhem, Dr E It Hubbcrd to Mr Mary
In this Cify, oh Thursday nighl last, after e
brief illness, Mr Tlioin's W Covington, print
er," nged aboirt oO years- Ths-draeased came
to tliis City iu ' ISfl, f niTTTeen emjiTiiyeNV
ever since, without intermission, e a Foreman
of oyr e,tulhsbment. -AtiiofjughsndioliiHil
acquaintance With hiechirracler juslHies us in.
saying, thai though unolliuic' before the
worhl, a better heart then hi riever throbbed iu
human bosom; nor do We brlisve that a single
aellish art ever blotted the even tenar ef hi ca
reer through hfev .Acta of kindness were with
him, die ev'ry-dar results of otiairecied bliilan
tliropy, end their merit wn greatly enliaiiretl
l.'w til. .mlAavi... . miiAjhiI lli.M . l'l .'. irtl. -
cuptuog skumbli! eUJtion hi aorlety', hi nrover
hiwl kindness and inoflenatreneaa, logtiiher with.
a character for strict integrity, made frisiid of
all wbo knew bunt a waa most stiikingry fvi
ilenred by Jli large coucourae of pernoiia that
atlendcd his remains to I lie, tomb, anil the anx
ious intercut manifested by nil for his recovery.
The rrgard buiversally entertained for him, and
the cnmlcsiri exiendea la hint by all rratae
afforded another ilolratio of the truth of the
I'eot'a declaration, that - ' , ' -
Honor and shamcirom ne condition riwr;
.let veil !iur furl llieie all lite hpnor lies.
J " ' 'T --' ' .. 'litfirter.
In Edgeeninh, Mr Sarah Bradtiy.aged about
02 years. . Also, Mr fJeo VV Hsptidt, ag'ii .
bout 3 1. Iir Mocklenbtiry M r Miirgarst Mc
Dowell, relict of the late Hugh McDuwell. to
Iredell, Mr Elizabeth L ilied. wile of MnJ Ru
fus kiud. In'Burk, Mr Elizabeth Uullain,
consort of. Mr Wm lirittain', sgerl 43 years. In
ElixaJuHh Ciry, Mr Jpscph U Bonk, aged aboot
30 year; lit N'''"lk, of Hydrophobia, , from V
Ihe bite of dog. William Henry, eon of Mr r
i.riluo Barnes, aged 0 year and 6 months, ' In
Edgecomhr Mr Jacob N eltle. .-
' COMItllTTED '
' To Jail in Chatham confV, on the 13th Msy,
a negro man who rallshimtell Hamilion llama,
and says J,' is free. ' He is a large )elli let
low, about 6 leet high, supposed between 60 and
90 year of age, jirqbakiy mixed erhts Indian
blood. Ne particular mark diicovereft oa hi
parson, the owner t rcquesteii to prove pro
perly. pay charge, and take biro Into pesiess
ion, or he will be dealt with according to lav,
'- . ,! T JXO. NEAL, flise.
Plttbore, Mya, 1S3.I.- . ftjern
OOic ItalctKli V atn Ititil
Itoi4 Co., 9lajrl3, Witt, y
rfr Orilee of the Board of Director, t shall
offer at Publi Sale, for sash, at iheConrt House
la tbe Ckr of Kaleigh on the $ LMomUy of Jaly
next, all the fcharts of Stock in ilm Uunpny ee
which tb Instalments now tue aball Sot be paid,
before the Bret ilay ntlnTy next. , . rr
. tir.U. TV. MUKIIf-UAI, "re1.
'Hafeigh, May d , ISJ. - tf- '
BLAjfUt for salo Ucre.
irr. : . . -i .
. ' , ', -' '' '
- a -WAVVn Alfl v -
thereon lur tlx year I SJGlojetTierhh th.
iUUM;. lu Sm:-
- tvg lo '
C OH IMJ l
Heir, of KM Mall
. , ;;
MeKentie h Co.
Wsltej-'a hir , "
i to '
J iMcllrjd, heir
- ""'F W 'j 'do i-'.
iLewls'l heira .:.
. . L)mn Muishi0Q
- Brwr:sr T riaraj - -
Johasou thsif Jnhosoe
ill Hhaddoek 1 7i do
Miles HtikM Uuksown
lolin Koustice IJuhn Foushee
lov Sial:iugt , . iJot StuMuig
If llocUnan lit lluclia-M
Evans Ksali's edeie
Itolidav lleiraitf Z tt..iJt Sisi do
H'eknnwn I isi doab'c
tiy A u. i-tiey, tunnn (s twloi g la tTto .
. . ' ' .
ion nmiwr, yu.-vw.j vamvii as raS
JOHN IIAUMAX, Sk'St Cun eewiy.
NKW & BEAUTIFUL SOOlfS
FQJt JV.VK, JVLr .A D JtfGUSTXun.
Reeriii anivals from Ihe CHv ot KeaVjfork.
hsve nlaceil ih nnssesvion nt the ttnilersirned.
A Sew nttd brnisiilsil nartiucnt
of Knmnirr Csoda.
Detignei) prinritwlly lor tlie months ol June,
.Inlv an. I Antuvtt wliicti, owmg lathe great
presMirw in the niupty tt-aHet, were brought re-
inaraal.lv cheap, IM vill cuiiv ipirntly be div
posert ol hje, at priei a to anrresponil,
(iemlemen anil (juir, rteslnriis nf anpplying
(hemvlvrl nil New, (nh and 1'aMy GtMxIs,
will do well to Call e'l examine irie asaortmcul,
aonsisltng in jail, as toltoati
rme llroad Cloths, and Caasimcrcs,
uf evi ty aliade and colour;
Super French lLmibazines,
Crape Camblela and tJaSsimere4,
Plain, Plaid and Striped Drilling,
Sttk, Hatin and MeriailleVating,
Splendid Silks anil ;afW,
Saun Luxors and Challies,
French Muslins an I Calicoes,
Printed I.awJta and Ginghams,
Fiench wmketl Cidlant, -A
A creat vniiefT of heaotifur Bella
Thread Juices and Kdginga,'.
Linens, I.n ns-and Tliread CamU'k,
Swis'sJarkonet and MuO Muslins,
IVmiE, brocaded & Checked Munlins,
" Slocking, half II ise and Glutrt,
U ilt and Shoes. i 3, H
$ Also on hand, jfnoil stock of
read made Clothing, 'to witf, '
Linen Coa'a and Pantaloons,
Cloakaand Over-Cuats, Y '
:i Fn.ck and Press BroaJ Cloth Coats,
; "Tanlalootia r-f every description,;
Vests and Drawers. - v ,. i
8'tirt anl C-ti1la3'l
. Stocks and Uuotns,&c. &ie7''.
- - , B. 11. SMITH.
TUtegh-May 0, 1 B fiB.. - fiwu
Ftewmid ltisoiiabl6 Oootla.
Hi i tiavv juii ricrived froui ttie Ntinb a large
gynfli'f ",; ' ..''V .'''; i-; ''5
""";W Ah KAanfOSAB!.R r.ooD
trhHtH we itteee tnir vowniwrs le sen west we-
tixttrn Oar otoch ssmisiu m siart astoUewst
Bruad Clutha and Caaaimere, of a
very superior tjoalitjr, v -y .
Mualios, CamUnck, j.jce, &tv of
. every ilest riptum, ,r y -: '
fawns, LinetiF, Towelling, heeting
aiidsitiiiiiag.;; -. : .
Domeslic .Goods of every" kind and
i'tuliiy, . ',. yi.
Hard warts and- CutUryr a fipt assort
itnpnt, t - - ; :-; 7- s -.-Plain,
Prrssid a'n'd superior Cut Glass,
Gcntleineu'a fine Bummer Hat, all
j, Beaver, weighing only 31 ounce,
A full supply of DverpooL China .in
LirgeW small setts
White Gilt and Cflti 'China r jha
S!oeS tf t-very ilearriplion, .
- tliir ,Slik Wiiig f ui vim ml pi lntirmtty Ihhj
aotvon. rnaliletui in say, lhal we awe sell a low
ai aoy of our neighbor, ami perhaps lvre.
hiiown at s,ov.
RaleiKh, May 30. 1SJS
L ii,e gj b'eWf ,ie aBnlvertsry ot St
I t.ihn I he Hapiiwf snd the Habkaih day ) thc went'
oVrf a) Uiiluiiibet lxlire. No. lot, hsve screed
to vtlelxiiie lhKU3rd, baluulsv, aeeorilioj jo the
Aneivirf emimnsot the hsierr.ii) tlstrto Jay the
ornie stone'nl thuir 1111- ' It is Iherelore ear- ,
m ly ieMrsisl that (lie member favor tbe oe
easmn-willi' a punsliial attenilsnee. Ihe Iter,
Patrick Dowd, an eminently divtmgnlshrd broth
en. kv fontemed lo deliver publi addrc Bp
jvliesble in the ceremente of the day. - -i
. Brethren at n distanee are retjieslfiilly invfted ,
to attend-Snd eheei fully parlitipate itkl la the
cclebratjon. " .
JAMK9 K CROSBY, ,
. Secrrtnry tf CohimbutjJidg.
The Editor of ehe Faveftevill Ofcearver. Carw
olin ('triut, and HJIsbsrouKb Hcennier are t
qeted tft Insert the above twiil the lrd ol Jene,
and torwanl their assotwU to lb Secret a ry at
FiiHborensh, N. C , .. , ' t
PHtsbori,' May Zl, ISJJ. 8j l -
. ,i 1 1 v 1 " . "'
' From fhe Subscriber, eeaeKinsion. on flue.
1st th 6(b of Mayhems BAY HOUSE end one
BAY MARK, the bone asset ive leet b gh,
betwaea five and acvea year trldi I betieve tb
horse bs white spot en bit back.- The -rnta
bee ae whiu about bee that I reeoileet, bwtbtea
dent in the baad part-ot hv thigh. A reowu.ie
eomnrasstioa will ne-eivcn e atvr persun that
aaay t-ke op lb tame, o ' " ' i
. - - WILL, l-bVIOL
Kiostoa, Msy 94, IMS. 1 . a
Neatly aed eipeditiously. eitcwtedi at ' -
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