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SATHJKDAY, JANUARY 8, 1548.
Wc have devoted but little space as yet,
to the proceedings of this body, their
time thus far having; been principally oc
cupied in electing officers and arranging
the preliminary business of the session.
Appearances seem to indicate, however,
that it will be an interesting and a stormy
session the war with Mexico, the aboli
tion question, and President making, fur
nish themes for the windy dcclaimers in
Congress, of which they will doubtless
amply avail themselves. Wc shall note
their prominent principles, and endeavor!
to give a condensed statement of their pro
by his act alone, thrown irilo the halls of
Oongiess a fnischievous fire-brand and
gross assault upon Southern rights "and
safety? Though he would not pledge
himself to all the fanatical nets of Gid
dings, & Co.,iiis first net shows that he will
go with them the farthest in their factious
designs. Even Joseph K. Ingersoll con
tended that the memorial being upon an
abstract proposition, was not in , order.
But it was of no avail; a Whig Speaker
elected by Southern Whig votes has given
"aid and comfort" to the enemies of the
South upon a most vital question. The
full vote we have not yet seen hut the
fact as above stated is uncontroverted."
Mr. Calhoun's Resolutions.
On the 15th ult. in the Senate, Mr.
Calhoun submitted the following resolu
tions for consideration:
Resolved, That to conquer Mexico, and
to hold it either as a province or to incor
porate it in the Union, would be inconsist
ent with the avowed object for which the
war has been prosecuted; a departure from
the settled policy of the government: in
conflict with its character and genrus; and
in the end subversive of our free and pop-
(fJWe understand "that a negro boy, be
longing to the estate of Mrs. Little, was
run over by the engine, on the Raleigh
and Gaston Road, a few days since, and
was instantly killed. ib.
From the Fayelteville Carolinian.
The War. Wc have nothing at all
- - - - f9
from the scat of war this week. The
New Orleans papers failed lo come up,
and when they did come, were far behind
their time. Hut, from papers from other
quarters, wc find no indications of any
new arrivals from Vera Cruz.
A larj;c number of officers have come to
the U. States to recruit for the army.
Among them, Cap!. Jones, who It ft here
last June, has opened a recruiting rendez
vous in FVi vrttnville. and with hi
perseverance will no doubt soon
cd at-Wilminirtoh, by Mr.- William J.
Yppp. It gives evidence of talent and
taste. This makes che fourth Newspaper
in Wilmingtona practical proof of its
increasing busines. ib. -
An important Hint. It is known,
that there has been for two or three years
past, an unusual amount of sickness in the
upcountry, which has not been satisfacto
rily traced to any particular cause. A
very intelligent gentleman, of extensive
observation, informs us, that he has no
doubt it has been produced by the im
mense number of dead Oak Trees standing
on every Plantation; and that there will
be no decrease of sickness, until they are
in the brain, ore the cause of the bovc
dreadiul malady. Four or. five of said
Indian Vegetable Pills, taken every night
on soinc tombed, will in a short time re
move every symptom of inflamation of
the brain; at the same time the digestion
will be improved, and the blood so com
pletely purified, that all disordcrs,hoth of
body and mind, will be literally driven
from the body.
Beware of Counterfeits! The safest
course is to buy of the regular agents only
For sale by Geo. Howard.
BEWARE OF IMPOSITION.
The greater the value of any discover',
t ' 1 r 1 ! il. 4 r ilia
cut down and burnt np. He is, himself, ' u neiu m ine .:.... ...
.cling on this opinion, and is citing down P" .'c ? so m,uh " proportion it that
and burning. he dead timber on his farm. PM '".bIe lo "e.mposed upon by the
As we have never, before, heard thin cause! sl'u"01 5 "' ",
anil tnsnonesi men, wno, iikc me uruuc
assigned, wc have thought we might sub
.serve the cause of humanity, by mention
Robbery by Wholesale. Dr. William
E. Darlington, President of the Westches
ter Bank, was robbed in; Philadelphia, on
in the hive, have neither the ability not4
inclination to think or provide for them
selves, but thrive and luxurate upon the
earnings of the deserving.
The extraordinary success attendin
the use of this medicine in disease of the
lungs, and the many singular cures it has
MIC w w (I 1 51 St. , ci l His villi yc, ( ij 1 1 tii 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 10 j i , i rr . i it A i .i
, ,. effected, nave naturally attrcted the atten-
000 on his Ivink in Chester County. He' . f ... ,. .
J. j tion of many physicians, as well as the
seated himselfin the car for Westchester, , , c . . ' c . . .
a-aiui i v ' whole fraternity of quacks, and caused
and placed the valise at his feet. A mo- - , r. ....,
i niiiii i nil 1 1 ii'i i i i ii i ii 1 . i i fi 1 1 niif i i rii i i 'i i ii rw in
f .-..j.. luuillbllLll.' unit tujiiuivi u . u
Head Quarters, 'iit'XetL N n
Ml ' ,,,,nie,ned Officers of ,u
; Ifmon.. have hrc 'in !'"
Resolved. That no line of policy in the
j good band of patriots. He has already
obtained 4 or 5, line looking men. As
might have been expected from the lonj;
renuez- " - ' sam. c
is usual boat, hut no evidence was found rSlinst Cherry a
nisf him. The notes were of a denomination'.,,
raise a ."(ompou
already Mrom I000 to i5 Chester ( otiutv Hank. um i r
further prosecution of the war should be- mj anUOiis march of Major Lally's train
adopted which may lead to consequences. from ym Cnl7 to plle,a Capt. Jones is
so disastrous. rrjent I v reduced in flesh. He informs us
In reference to which the Union re-, Ibirt k is not known that any officer g;ivc a
marks: Mr. Calhoun made no explana-; general order for the sacking of the solu
tion of his resolutions when he presented cral towns of Atlixco, Huamantla, &.c,
them nor did ' he indicate the course j but that it appeared to be a spontaneous
which he intended to pursue. We shall movement, prompted by the tacts that
wit for his own expose. We presume
he goes against the acquisition of the
whole of Mexico; but, after the course he
took during the last session in favor of a
defensive line, wc take it for granted he
does not oppose all territorial acquisition
and all indemnity. On the contrary.' we
presume after the important changes which
lnve taken place since the last session,
and the great conquests which we have
made in Mexico, Mr. Calhoun will be
rather disposed to extend our acquisitions j
than to disclaim any tcrruoriai mucimnij.
We shall wait his own developments,
however, with the greatest ehecrfulnes.
Pro m Mexico.
We have nothing as yet very important
from Mexico. We see it stated that the
Commissioners, appointed by the Mexi
can Congress at Queretaro, to meet Mr.
Trist,findinc that he had no power lo treat
shots were tired from houses upon which
. i l.Al.....iroln.l iliiinnnmiii
1 ' ! palm oil spurious mixtures, of a similar
. . . i x r .nunc ami appearance, for the cenuine Hal
man was arrested on suspicion at the 1 . ! c ' ' r
..i in. tiiiiii1 f"i i iPM vr in r i i if i
and Tar," "Cherry Pectoral,"
pound Syrup of Wild Cherry,"
M ! I I " i . . r f i i
j"nu i nerry uomircy," ana sundry
c . . . , . ,f . r... : other compounds; to whili they attach a
Snieule unu1l 'tempted Murder. I he i . . r r ,. , A r .
. . ,,. . , , long string of "putls." Hut of such nos-
Nt.'JjO-tiis iiepuhlie.in ives the particulars , , A. . , .
r . . . . . , . Irums we know nothing, it is
ol a tragical ntlair which occurrco there on
the l lih inst. It appears that a Mr.l 7i Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Harrington, connected svith KockwelPs1 A,wne ,!a! performs the cures. Let them
circus, had an adopted son with him who:110 deceive you.
is celebrated for his posturing and perfor-J None genuine, unless signed I. Butts'
man res, and whom he raised and educated. " the wrapper.
Mr. II. had determined to leave the circus ! For sale by Dr. II, Maeiair, Agent
and goto New Orleans. He had taken for TnrboiV, and by dealers in medicines;
were hoisted white fligs, and small Mexi-!"' passage on a boat, the boy with him,; generally.
can ensigns were found there, with skull when Mr. Franklin, another performer, s
tool; out process, had the hoy brought
before a Judge, and was appointed his
and cross-bones painted upon them, indi
cating war without ' quarter. Although
many of the Mexican men were killed,! guardian. Parting with the boy distress-j
he thinks that neither women or children j'd Harrington, who returned again to the
MESSRS. MUNDER & NICHOLS
WILL COMMENCE THEIR
received violence. All the property tak
en was turned over to the quarter-musters
department, and not retained tsy lite
troops as is the case when a general order
is given for sacking.
From the Raleigh Register.
Jrir2tinia. The Message of Gov.
Smith partakes of the great vice of the
Mansion House. 'Franklin went the next O-i Tm?sly 1 1 ill January I8t8, nnl con-
day to Hatrington's room for the childs lu; ays in each week, Tuesday,
, i i . ; " '!' s Iiv and Sa'urchiy afternoons for
clothes, and while there some conversa- , , , .
. , , l ulM , m ise ami Master, commrncui at
lion, (though not of an angry characteO 4 ..Vlork, and on Hie mc evenings for
took place between f hem. .' But, as Frank-- .r,.nt. rm.n 7 o'clock,
lin was about to leave the room, Hairing- Polkas. Mazork s. Plain & Hop waltz
ton fired a pistol at him. the ball of which i"g taught en reasonable terms, if desired.
look effect in, the face, near the riXht! M f N may he seen at .lrs. i.ieg.
cheek hone, where it lodged, inflicting a
serious, but not a dangerous wound. Har-
liti'el, wheie llc t;rms &c. will be
age, so far as relates to such documents! I rinlon Uenl nnmcdiately to the boarding,
0 ' !t r m t 1. it r .1...
and is almost of intolerable lennth. Wc ,,UUMS ,,r " mu rumpa-
ny, where he found Mr. Lake and his
learn from it, that the receipts into the
Treasury during the present. fiscal year,
will pay all ordinary demands thereon,
returned to Queretaro, for the purpose of , including $274,343,75, the interest on the
acquiring power to solicit commissioners Public debt, 295,SSl GG, on account of
from the United States to meet at Havana, Public Roads, and leave a surplus of about
to attempt a reconciliation. Knowing, as! g45,Q00, a sum which, it is presumed. u'ill
they do, the terms proposed by the United enable the Board of Public Works to meet
States, wc hope the presumption thatthay all demands upon them without resorting
intend to accede to our requisitions, is to loans. The Legislature, at their last
well formed, and ibat wc shall have a
A lamentable state of feeling is said to
exist in the army in consequence of the
session, passed Acts which may . increase
the liabilities of the State in the sum of
2,887 S00. Of this sum, about one-fifth
wife, and discharged one barrel of a revol-!
ver, without effect, and exploded the cap'
of another, at Mr. Lake. lie then put the!
pistol to his own head, and exclaimed "eo
me kill myself," fired and fell senseless,1
the ball entcriiic his brain, lie linccred
a while and died. j gjfrt gsUbStVHltV
rPECTFULLY inform the citi-
y , zctinol" RiUicombe and adjoining
The receipt of country produce has counth s that he carries on the
been extremely light since our last report;! TiiLORHYG MJSI.WSS,
so much so that little or no business has at lhc 0, stand next door to the Po.-fc!
participate in the funeral ecremnn ' '
late Col. Louts D WifsoJlT
it will.be a grateful duty, ,hev arM vi"
notified to attend said fiinpi : ,her
form, with musket and nowilJ, 1
The funeral is expected at the 9,l
January. When , i, is of
precise order will be giVcn jr mr
lend when it is aseorlained win "0I' iu
ihemoiiee. v order Ut f'"-
henhy t c Libit,
03" A VOLUNTARTrr
John Van ValkenbuMi P.
I would cheerful!, accent of ,n.
lfep.,l.Ge.l,ih,tif I h.d n t a '!:
your - Brpftlorant. I .bould before "
diyhive been in my srave ,
month of August, mi.lvm
.llaekof Pyph,,, Fever and W
.n ,.Imy Lung., which reduced me Zv
low. Ii, a lew ,.,y,. f 'J
me and I began lo gain Urcnjih; I had
bl cough and raised large 'qu.n.itie, of
mailer from my lungs or on,a(.h. .
my Mre.ij.lh increased, my coush au
increased. I lold mv nhi.;.;.. .1... ' .
wantrcl to take your Kxpectorant. Ue
thought it w is not best.
He made me some syrup for my couRV,
which I look for two or.three week, but
it did ire no good. My cough ?till in.
creased so much that mv stomach ami
lung felt as if they wer .all raw, there
wps Mich a s uenes. raided a very large
amount, and it appeared to mc that I was
as hid oflTi-s many people I have 8rrn in
the I isi Mages of consumption, and that 1
could not live but a short time. I there
fore determined to he my own physician.
I cu to (;sikiil for half a dozen bottles of
your Expectornnf, and commenced taking
it, and in h ss thun tweniy-four hours there
was quite a change in my fetlings. and
before I had taken two bottles of it, 1 was
restored to my usoal health.
I sold two or three bottles of it to a lady
in this place. ' She has lold me within
three week., that she helieve that it has
beert the means nf saving her Iif- If you
ihink what I have Mated, to be worth
publishing, you. are at liberty to do so.
John Fan Faifcenburgh, P. M
Ivxington, (Jreen Co., N Y.
has been, and a very large portion of the been transacted. Bacon his receded in OlfiVe, where will be found a choice assoit.
arrest of Gens. Worth and Pillow and ; residue will have to be incurred. The price; Corn and Meal is scarce; Lard ex
Col. Duncan in a "hasty" manner "by ! Governor suggests an enlargement of the i tremely scarce. Cow and Black Eve
Gen Scott; and public sympathy appears Public Revenues, assuming it as a fixed! Peas arc plenty and a fraction lower. Na-
to be decidedly in favor of the officers: determination of Virginia, to carry on ! val Stores, last sales of Turpentine $2 30
sought to be disgraced.
improvements, which- are requisite! fr oft ann l 40 for hard arrivals very
- elope and secure her resources and ! limited; Tar $1 55 a $1 60. Journal.
to deve! ope
advantages; and rccomends that the Leg
islat urc establish $600,000 as a maximum
Messrs. Munder $ Nichols.
We would invite attention to the ad
vertisement of the above Gentlemen in annual limit or expenditure for thess ob
another column, by which it will be seen, jeets, and that appropriations shall, under
that thev have arrived and will commence no circumstances, transcend that amount.
their school on Tuesday next.
No changes in the weather will mate
rially affect the body if the blood i pure.
Let all who wish to be of a fine healthy
They For this sum, the Treasury, he intimates, , nahit; who wish to have a sound mind in
are highly recommended, and can give may be relied upon for one moiety the j a sound body; who desiie lo be able to
such testimony of their professional abil- other moiety to be raised by loan. 1 heistan(i w i 1 1 o u t imury the continual chang-
ity as cannot fail to satisfy the most scru- present debt of Virginia is 6,447,445, of eg Qf this climate; who desire to have
pulous. Wc wish them success. which $3,799,1S9 is held within the State. heaithy children, use theBrandreth Pills,
This message is the first that has met our which will effectually cleanse the blood of
From the Raleigh Standard. eye, that has boldly taken grounds against all bad or corrupt humors, and restore the
usury laws: and so tar as Virginia is con- human body to the state of health cnioyed
7'he first Fruits On Tuesday, the ccrned, it urges that they be repealed. before tne introduction of mineral medi-
. I . m I r ill I'
-siM insianx, (says the Hichmond Knqutr- 'Laws cannot prevent dealings in usury, cineg Remember Brandreth Pills place
er,) Mr. Giddings presented a memorial asis attested by universal experience. within the reach of all health and lontr life.
from Ohio, against the constitutionality of The ncedx will borrow, the usurious will
the slave laws of the District of Columbia, lend, and die certain effects of attaching
Mr. Jones of Tennessee moved to lay on pains and penalties to such transactions,
the table thi? insulting outrage upon are to swell the premium paid by the
uuuure' m 1 "u vic sioou 97 to 97 borrower, ana to temnt him to become a
For sale by
(and all articles in his line of business,)
which he is prepared to make up, at the
shortest notice and on reasonable terms.
I h.iokful for the favors already received,
he solicits a continuance of the same, assur
ing ail who may favor him with a rail,
that none shall ao away dissatisfied. Cut
ting done at the shortest notice.
N B. Always on hand a few select
aiticle of ready-made clothing of his own
MS. MRU EG AN.
Tarborongh January 1, 1848.
MEDICATED INDIA RUBBER
FOR RHEUMATISM; LUMBAGO, GOUT. &C.
TTN all enses where it is uhought ,advica
le to keen ud nermanpnt stimulant
, , r
impte.'sion on or near the organ diseased.
these DUSlers Will hr fnnml hitrhlv vulnfi.
' Tnflrimnfinn. nf hp. RrniiE is ltnntvnlut i r. n ft
. v w ", x 1 . in an ine oenem mat can
Anti-biitons Family Tills.
Composed of Med cina I Properties pos
sessed by various vegetable
Acting specifically on the Liver and oth
er secretin; organs, promoting digestion,
puril) ing the blood, cleansing the glands,
in short, reviving the pro!nted system,
and diffusing health and vigor throughout
the human frame.
The following are presented out of many
Cornwall y Grange Co. iV. Y. '
M y 19, 47.
Dr. A. Gilbert. Dear Sir: Suffering for
sometime w ith severe bilious affection and
liver complaint, 1 was recommended to
try your Anti-bilious Family Pills; and-1
am pleased in being able to say, that after
using a few doses 1 found greatand perma
To all those afflicted in a similar way, I
cannot refrain from thus publicly recom
mending them, as 1 consider them a valua
ble medicine to possess, especially in the
country where persons are removed from
the opportunity of receiving medical ao-
vice, feigned, yours truly,
We. the undersigned, dealers in medi
cines having for two years past sold A.
Gilbert's Anti-bihous amuy runs
great pleasure in Mating that so Uv as e
know, the meuicine nas ivc.i
satisfaction; and we believe n, worn u.o
several expressions made to. us, tor be me
best Ami bilious medicine now m ust..
Signed) AAU0N A. WING, M B.
A. A. MARTIN.
JAS. NOLLNER, M.D.
Norfolk, Va. May 29, '44.
Wright's Indian VeStable Pills.
Mr. A. Gilbert. Dear Sir: Please send
me four gross of your Pills by me very
first packet, as I am nearly out of them,
n,. .t.m.nil for them is very much mcrea-
a tie and Mr. Speaker Winthrop,eec- dishouest man. Why should a price be by a flushed countenance, redness of thel accrue from a continuous counter-irritant
itru ny oouinern r nig votes, voted in fixed by Jaw on money? It is property eyes, intolerance of light, disturb sleep,pviii be prrxlucrd in the most efficient
the negative thereby bringing up the precisely as is a bale ol cotton or a hogs- watchfulness, headach, delirium, and other! manner by them. As in Rheumatism,
i i r i- ' : I " I ' ' I . ttii .t . ni
wnoie question lor aiscussion. Who w 11 head ofRnanr. nnd flnntnates s thnv dn distrMsJnn- rnmnh nta. v,"4 enlargement oi ine Joints, lnronic
nni.i 1..n Iia llil. 7:1 i n .. I. . . " I , I 1 1 1 t TC I.IVPr Sn son. I.nnnra rr
,,u" "lM " ,1,I,ut viso ad- in value.' WihV Tndi VPtrtnhi P,7o . . . r., r..r . .
olitionist, raised to the th rd highest office U i - - r loiner iniernai organs, in snon, in an oiner nrloans March 7, '45.
Wd, which cm only be rtiribuleil to iheij
leing recommended by those who bit e
been Dcnemicu -
. r U Am mint a.
can draw on me at signi ior u.u --.
.1 ma a I ... a 0 AAfAin fsx nmv A f Kid aI.u I 1 " . . I .
- in our councils, has actuallv nTn tu n.i: u'a vc ,u" w "T ",c,an es wnere warm ng or sirengtnening
. t ,.t . . v J:; . -.. v-uioiina waue is tne ciiolv disease: because thev expel or dr vr ji asters sue benefic a . these will be ound
. .... v,1UMll,6a, anu, name oi a new uenocratic paper, just start- 0ut those morbid humors which, if locked superior to any now in use
ForfaKby OEO. HOWARD.
Tarboro', Nov. 0, IS47.